For those who need more Deen in their lives Disgraced Food Network star, risqué celebrity dancer, and down-home restaurateur Paula Deen is expanding her Southern-centric empire with a new line of foodstuffs. The butter queen has launched...Show More Summary
Blair Brown's Orange Is the New Black character, Judy King, took Litchfield by storm in the fourth season of the Netflix dramedy. She's one part Martha Stewart, one part Paula Deen and a...
The character of Judy King, who appears to be a spoof of both Martha Stewart and Paula Deen, goes some very odd places.
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In a candid, spoiler-free chat with THR about season four, Blair Brown says her celebrity character brings a needed fresh take to Litchfield when the Netflix prison dramedy returns Friday. read more
Disgraced TV chef Paula Deen built an empire on butter and oil before her virulently racist comments came to the fore. Now, she’s pretty much a pop-culture curiosity, but the lady still has to make a living. If that means going on Evine Live, a cable shopping network, and hawking some oversized, baggy blouses in shades like “oatmeal,” so be it. Show More Summary
Three years after Paula Deen launched her charity in the midst of her N word scandal, RadarOnline.com has learned she has finally begun to give back! The Bag Lady Foundation… READ ON
Said Billy Corgan (the rock star of Smashing Pumpkins) (as the screen shows pictures of Michael Richards and Paula Deen)."I could use the wrong racial epithet or say the wrong thing to you or look down at the wrong part of your body and be castigated and it's a meme and I'm a horrible person. Show More Summary
Five things to know today It's Cinco de Mayo, and food companies are pulling out all the stops in an effort to make it seem as though they care about this celebration of the Mexican Army's victory over French forces in the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Show More Summary
Paula Deen, who's had her own line of butter, has sold chocolate butter sticks, and is known for recipes like Paula's Fried Butter Balls, has now launched a clothing line that will help you hide the fact that you've consumed 35 sticks of butter in a day. Paula Deen's Closet,...
We love butter almost as much as Paula Deen does. And it's irksome when refrigerated butter is too hard to spread smoothly over toast, or melt into a cup of morning coffee (yes, you read that correctly). Which summons an important question: Should you refrigerate butter, or can you leave it out on the counter in a butter dish? Hmm... Show More Summary
Five things to know today Happy Wednesday, humans. Yesterday Facebook hosted F8, the social media company's nearly-annual developers conference, and, as expected, Zuckerberg outlined a way in which, one day, Facebook users could order anything — including food! — without leaving the social media platform. Show More Summary
Her focus on shirttails that cover genitalia is truly a gift to the world, but not as perfect a gift as the term "front privates."
If you thought the release of Beyoncé’s Ivy Park was the most exciting celebrity fashion news of the day, think again, my friend, because Paula Deen—TV’s friendliest racist—is coming out with Paula Deen’s Closet, a clothing line designed with some very Paula Deen-specific needs in mind. Read more...
Paula Deen's closet is open for business Already a Southern-fried icon of butter, celebrity dancing, and racism, Paula Deen is adding another label to her brand: fashion designer. Paula Deen's Closet is up and running at online shopping...Show More Summary
The next cast of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" has started to be revealed this week. Previous seasons have had everyone from Kim Kardashian, to Paula Deen, to Jerry Springer. Today, Good Morning America announced the first person to...Show More Summary
Source: Getty / Monica Morgan You might know her as the queen of butter, but there's a lot you don't know about Paula Deen. Keep reading to find out how she got her culinary career started, her words to live by, and her all-time favorite Thanksgiving dish. Her favorite television show is Forensic Files. Show More Summary
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Oh what a year it was. Every year, Eater tracks all of the most salacious scandals that rocked the dining public and restaurant world. This year was no slouch. From major players like Paula Deen, Guy Fieri, and Amy's Baking Company to artisanal chocolate, Starbucks, and Subway, it was quite a year. Show More Summary
It's not even Thanksgiving yet, but Dancing with the Stars is already in the Christmas spirit, judging by this opener. My favorite part is how Gary Busey and Paula Deen are blatantly shoved to the background, with Paula literally commandeering a ship on her own away from the rest of the group. Show More Summary