Netflix and Chelsea Handler have come together to create the newest lefty talk show: Chelsea. Having spent years as a traditional talk show host, Chelsea Handler is trying something new with her Netflix spot. The show is Netflix’s first-ever...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The already comedic high standards of 20th Century Fox's Mother/Daughter has taken it up even more with Wanda Sykes joining the Amy Schumer– and Goldie Hawn-led pic, I've learned. Sykes‘ addition to the cast of Jonathan Levine-directed...Show More Summary
Do you want to know who this Becky with the good hair chick actually is? Well, just ask Ellen DeGeneres. The talk-show host hilariously parodied Beyonce's "Lemonade" and aired it during her interview with Ryan Gosling on Friday.
On Friday before sitting down with The Nice Guys’ Ryan Gosling Ellen DeGeneres checked in with tWitch her disc jockey and asked if he’d seen the Beyoncé’s Lemonade video. DeGeneres was afraid her fans missed her cameo in the Hold Up video. Show More Summary
"Becky? I have to go ... But I do love what you're doing with your hair – it looks good," said Ellen DeGeneres in her spoof of Lemonade. The talk show host, along with comedian Wanda Sykes, imagined their roles in Beyonce's audio-visual album Thursday on Ellen. "You will not believe this, but Queen B...
Wanda Sykes also appears in the talk-show host's take on the visual album. read more
Between the macaroni necklaces, popsicle stick picture frames and handprint art, parents receive a lot of... special gifts from their kids. These homemade presents are totally sweet and adorable, but admittedly it can be a little hard...Show More Summary
“I’ve kept ya’ll long enough,” Wanda Sykes languidly remarked in her uniquely identifiable speech pattern towards the end of her 90-minute set at the Chicago Theatre Saturday night. “Let me wrap this up.” The writer/actress/comedian best known for “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “The New Adventures of...
Forget about taking honorary degrees from Bill Cosby? Why not take something away from Cosby that matters? That's what Wanda Sykes suggested when she sat down with Conan O'Brien for Tuesday's episode of Conan. Roll the clip!
The night of the Academy Awards, Wanda Sykes boarded an 8 p.m. flight from New York to Los Angeles. Just before the doors closed, she fired up Twitter to inquire about streaming the broadcast — which it turned out the airline wouldn't let her do. So she had no idea host Chris Rock mentioned her...
"It’s been too long since my last special, but just like a new Sade album, it takes time to deliver pure genius. You can thank me later.”
Gosh, so much! Like Amandla Stenberg and Rowan Blanchard being "The New Activists," two TV pilots centered on lesbians of color (one is a Wanda Sykes project!), the history of burying your gays, girls posing as '90s teen idols and you know, like I said, a lot of things! The post Pop Culture Fix: These Two Sitcoms About Lesbians of Color Though appeared first on Autostraddle.
Following in the footsteps of Mad TV, Talkshow with Spike Feresten and The Wanda Sykes Show, Fox's Party Over Here is the network's latest attempt to take on Weekend behemoth Saturday Night Live. Though it's created by The Lonely Island's...
The 'Late Late Show' host celebrated his first year on the air by restaging one of his earliest stunts.
Corden re-created his door-to-door episode from his second week on air with guests Colin Farrell, Wanda Sykes and Demi Lovato. read more
She joins a cast that includes leading man Justin Long as the coach. read more
Wanda Sykes and Jane Lynch make a toast in a spoof that aired at the 2016 Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday afternoon (February 27) in Santa Monica, Calif. The actresses joined the event’s hosts Kate McKinnon and Kumail Nanjiani in a parody of the award winning movie Carol. Kate did a hilarious impression of [...]
She may have spent the better part of the past decade voicing various critters for animated movies and TV shows, but Wanda Sykes has been in the business for a while, and her impact on pop culture cannot be overstated. Since gettingShow More Summary
Comedian Wanda Sykes will return to the Chicago Theatre this spring, MSG Entertainment announced Tuesday. The Emmy-award winning stand-up comic, known from HBO's "Chris Rock Show" and FOX's "The Wanda Sykes Show," will perform on April 9 at 8 p.m. Tickets for the performance go on sale this Friday...