We sometimes toss around the word "hero" too loosely at The Hollywood Gossip. We've used it to describe the person who started a GoFundMe page to keep Betty White alive in 2016. And we also used it to compliment a woman who went undercover...Show More Summary
Get a load of the guest list on Todd Rundgren's new album White Knight: Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross! Daryl Hall! Dâm-Funk! Donald Fagen! Betty LaVette! Joe Walsh! Joe Satriani! And most relevant to our purposes today, Robyn, who lends her voice to a heartbroken, synth-driven pop-rock power ballad called "That Could Have Been Me."
In 1951, a controversial Jackson Pollock exhibition at Betty Parsons Gallery in New York featured paintings made by pouring only black enamel on white cotton duck. The work was panned as emblematic of a hugely important artist hitting the skids. Parsons could barely give them away. Since then,...
Writer Gabrielle Bellot introduces us to Helen Kane, "Baby" Esther Jones, and the court case over Betty Boop that revealed her origins.
Betty White returns to Bones as Dr. Beth Mayer in "The Radioactive Panthers in the Party." Also in the episode, Aubrey takes the reins on the case involving an aspiring writer/director. According to FOX, "When the burning, bruised body...Show More Summary
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RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that Betty White has found love — at 95! White was recently spotted returning from a night on the town with a silver-haired mystery man, who… READ ON
Part of the enduring appeal of Golden Girls is the way that a show that centered around senior citizens found a way to talk about contemporary issues. Perhaps nothing illustrates this as well as when the show talked about the AIDS epidemic in a historic episode titled “72 Hours” that originally aired in 1990. Following…
It’s one thing to read “Where the Wild Things Are.” It’s another to have it read to you by Barack and Michelle Obama. To celebrate World Read Aloud Day, which inspires “children, teens, and adults worldwide to celebrate the power of words and [create] a community of readers taking action to show...
This week, the patriarchy raises its ugly head, Josie refuses to put up with white privilege, Ethel gets justice, Jughead gets all True Detective, and Betty… oh, Betty. “Body Double” was written by Yolonda Lawrence and directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Continue reading…
Here are all the charming things Betty White shared with us in an interview that aired Thursday on CNN: She thinks Melissa McCarthy and Tina Fey are the “best” comedians working today. “They’re craftsmen,” White said. “They know what makes it work. Show More Summary
The long-awaited Golden Girls cafe soft-opened in Washington Heights last week, boasting themed treats and a hefty collection of memorabilia. We stopped by to check out the goods, which include, among other things, "Rose's Proposal Scones" and Rue McClanahan's 1987 Emmy award. [ more › ]
Almost two decades ago, Melania Trump (then-Melania Knauss) told The New York Times she'd like to have a traditional role "like Betty Ford or Jackie Kennedy" if she ever lived in the White House. At the time, her boyfriend Donald Trump — whom she married in 2005 — considered running for president. Show More Summary
Betty White just took a nothing day and made it seem worthwhile in a tribute to her friend and former co-star Mary Tyler Moore. Dozens of celebrities have posted messages about the legendary actress following her death on Wednesday at...Show More Summary
Hollywood is still mourning the loss of Mary Tyler Moore. And we don't blame them! On Thursday, Miz Moore's longtime friends and former costars, Betty White and Valerie Harper, took to social media to pay tribute to the late TV icon. Awwww. Related: Oprah Remembers Her 'Role Model' Mary Tyler Moore The Golden Girls alum got nostalgic about [...]
Mary Tyler Moore died Wednesday at the age 0f 80, leaving friends and fans distraught at the loss of the comedy icon. A day after Moore's death, Betty White is publicly joining the mourners with a simple but moving tribute to her Mary Tyler Moore Show costar and longtime friend. ... More »
Betty White is speaking out to pay tribute to her late friend and former co-star Mary Tyler Moore after the legendary actress passed away this week. The ladies worked together on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Betty joined the show mid-way through the series in 1973 and won two Emmys for her work. Betty shared [...]
In honor of Mary Tyler Moore, PBS will present an encore broadcast of the 2015 documentary Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration. Featuring interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Betty White and more, Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration looks at her more...Show More Summary
Mary Tyler Moore's last scripted TV appearance was perfect, in a way. Moore, who passed away at the age of 80 on Wednesday, Jan. 25, was last seen on a TV sitcom: Hot in Cleveland. But this...
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