J. Lo, 46, and comic Whitney Cummings, 32, prove that getting older can be pretty and funny.
Nick Thune, Whitney Cummings & Brendo... 1:43 Faced with a selection of ridiculous images, Nick Thune, Whitney Cummings and Brendon Walsh work backwards to figure out what search terms could have yielded these pictures. Watch full episodes...Show More Summary
Whitney Cummings appeared on NBC's "Today" show on Monday looking a little bit different than she usually does. When the show's hosts, Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, told Cummings they hardly recognized her, she responded, "Well,...Show More Summary
We never know what she's going to say, but we always know we're going to laugh when Whitney Cummings visits TODAY.
While Kathie Lee and Hoda chat this morning, guest Whitney Cummings is stuck in the kitchen doing Pilates. This comedian's antics send Kathie Lee and Hoda into a fit of laughter.
I’m sick of Amy Schumer, but I can’t get enough of Bobo. Can we just see “Trainwreck”? Do we have to endure another three weeks of hype? Amy Schumer was a less than Whitney Cummings beauty who made it on caustic remarks. She was the girl in your class who you hung with and suddenly […] The post Bobo Banned! appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
“In order for art to imitate life, you have to have a life.” – Whitney Cummings “I promise: if you just tell the truth and get your heart broken as a comedian, you will have a house.” – Whitney Cummings This episode how to turn pain and struggle into amazing creative projects. Whitney Cummings (@whitneycummings) is a […]
Whitney Cummings stops by Maron.
As if you didn't need another reason to worship the brilliant and hilarious Whitney Cummings, now she has curated the films for the Summer's LOL movie series with Ann Taylor LOFT, and her movie choices are as immaculate as her sense of humor. Show More Summary
In New York, there's no such thing as recovery from last weekend's art orgy at Bushwick Open Studios. There's just more events. This week we've got what we expect to be a heady exhibition from Whitney ISP, a hypothetical, queer revision of history, and a room full of found and solicited cum shots. Good times!
Whitney Cummings tells a great joke about how men’s sartorial choices explain their desire to watch sports in the first place. “You guys are so obsessed with sports that you will wear jerseys for teams that you’re not even on but you wish you were,” says Cummings. Show More Summary
Chris D'Elia, Nick Swardson, Whitney... 1:57 After seeing pictures of bad-mannered airline passengers, Chris D'Elia, Nick Swardson and Whitney Cummings guess where the travelers are headed. Watch full episodes of @midnight now: http://on.cc.com/17MOT5T Submitted...Show More Summary
Jennifer Aniston and her BFF Courteney Cox leave a girl’s night out dinner at Il Piccolino on Tuesday (May 26) in West Hollywood, Calif. The ladies were joined by a larger group which included singer Sia and comedian Whitney Cummings! The ladies were all seen hugging goodbye at the outside valet station after dinner. PHOTOS: [...]
Rarely has a more terrifying sentence appeared in these virtual pages: Whitney Cummings has landed an untitled pilot inspired by Maureen Dowd’s book “Are Men Necessary?” at the pay cable network… I feel I should have saved some of the invective I used for The Newsroom. Hopefully at least Cummings’s character will be named “Judy […]
Do you enjoy the comedic stylings of Whitney Cummings? Did you like Whitney? If you answered yes, then the rest of this news story will probably delight you. According to Deadline, HBO has ordered a half-hour comedy pilot from the comedienne, and sounds not totally unlike Whitney, but on pay cable.... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Whitney Cummings Maureen Dowd
Vulture is reporting that HBO has ordered a pilot based on a Maureen Dowd book that will star Whitney Cummings. The book in question is 2005’s “ruckus raising” Are Men Necessary? When Sexes Collide. Read more...
Even though Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman have proven that it is possible to say the word “vagina” a lot and be a popular comedian at the same time, Whitney Cummings continues to get work. Cummings’ newest project was announced today by HBO, which has ordered a pilot for a half-hour comedy created, written by, and starring Cummings. Show More Summary
Whitney Cummings created, wrote and is starring in the upcoming comedy
Pretty soon Whitney Cummings will be back on your TV screens: HBO has reportedly ordered a pilot for a comedy starring Cummings based on Maureen Dowd's controversial 2005 book Are Men Necessary? When Sexes Collide, as well as a stand-up special set to air next year. The show is being... More »
Writer/comedian Whitney Cummings hasn’t had the best luck in the last few years: her NBC sitcom Whitney, which centered… Read More