As this weekend's SNL host, Woody Harrelson got a surprise visit from his Mockingjay co-star Jennifer Lawrence during his opening monologue. Spoiler alert: she totally stole the show.
Rumors have been swirling that Kathy Griffin has been offered Joan Rivers' spot on Fashion Police, and Griffin just confirmed that she is, in fact, considering it.
Jennifer Lawrence appeared on The Colbert Report last night to promote Mockingjay: Part 1, but ended up planning her "downward spiral" into drugs and crime instead.
Towards the end of their interview, David Letterman coaxed Jennifer Lawrence into performing a little duet to Burl Ives' classic holiday tune, "A Holly Jolly Christmas."
The Game of Thrones costume designer is joining a panel discussion at the Met Museum.
High Maintenance: The Duo Behind The Web's Buzziest Series Talk Casting Apartments And Cross-Dressing In Rachel Comey
High Maintenance, the buzzy web series about a Brooklyn pot dealer, is back with a brand-new Vimeo deal, and we talked to creators Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld about the new episodes—and how they got Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens into a Rachel Comey dress.
Rihanna visited the White House yesterday, for reasons that still remain unclear. From the looks of her newly resurrected Instagram account, she had an absolute blast.
In part to promote Coco Rocha's new modeling book, the 26-year-old supermodel appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers yesterday to give the show's host a little modeling lesson.
Over the weekend, HBO released a promo video for its fourth season that does a fantastic job at picking up directly where we left off.
Zooey Deschanel discusses how Kobe Bryant once appeared on New Girl's Los Angeles set—and the set of her sister Emily's show, too.
On David Letterman's Late Show yesterday, Swift told him that she hasn't "had any lousy boyfriends in the last year and a half."
Always one to embrace spontaneity, Benedict Cumberbatch performed a full-on imitation of Beyonce's "Crazy in Love" strut. You know the one.
In her nearly 10-year career, Taylor Swift has battled stalkers, bitter music critics and John Mayer, but she's kept her biggest fear totally under wraps—until now.
If you haven't already binge-watched Amazon's new series Transparent, you should get on that, stat! It's brilliant. It's addictive. And it deals with personal style in a way that's unlike any other show on television now.
If you've been spotting our hidden references to the show in our past 10 issues starting in November 2013—and even if you haven't!—you can enter to win a glorious prize pack fit for a king.