The model and muse of Alexander McQueen was found dead on Thursday.
“Roger, there’s only room in this band for one hysterical queen,” Rami Malek says as Mercury.
The “Call Me By Your Name” star talked about his Broadway debut and Donald Trump with Stephen Colbert.
The news comes just days after McPhee apologized to fans for missing performances of the Broadway show “Waitress” due to a “family emergency.”
“Doing all he can to satisfy his daddy Vladimir,” the song parodist sings in his latest Trump takedown.
Schwarzenegger has made it clear in the past that he’s not a fan of Trump.
According to Rawson Marshall Thurber, Dwayne Johnson can do anything.
The “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” star will be a “different” kind of dancing queen, however.
“Trump says the negotiations went great.”
“Tree of life,” the pop superstar captioned the picture.
The “Hostel” filmmaker and actress Lorenza Izzo married in 2014.
The late-night host sees Vladimir Putin as Donald Trump’s KGBFF.
“However low your expectations were, Trump managed to go lower.”
The host of “The Late Show” also shares what it was like to be under surveillance when he visited Moscow.
If the U.S. hadn’t held an election, none of this would be a problem.
Get the scoop on Steve’s new job as well.
He asked fans for video of the “10 second giant s**t fall.”
The biographical film hits theaters this December.
The show’s star spoke to HuffPost about reality TV, the Me Too movement and saying goodbye to the show.
“She is a really special girl and I am very lucky,” the sports hero told ESPN.
The Hilton Hotels heiress doesn’t seem to think her famous name had anything to do with her success.
“There is only one answer to this and it is Clue and Tim Curry,” said one person on Twitter.
College Humor wants to help.
“We are all ‘self-made,’” Kim said in response to the backlash.
Sydney Davis cited irreconcilable differences.
“As a child — boys have cooties. As an adult — ALL people have cooties and should be avoided.”
Fans demanded to see makeup applied to a fish, and the “Last Week Tonight” host obliged.
“It’s not rape if it’s your wife,” the shock comic says in “Who Is America?” echoing a lawyer’s denial that Trump raped his first wife.
Sasha Obama was also in attendance.
Once she got going on her ex-hubby, nothing was sacred at the Comedy Central taping.
“It’s a godda**ed Bruce Willis movie!”
Here’s a first look at Colman’s role in the new season, with her replacing the Emmy-nominated Claire Foy.
Marina Zenovich, the director of “Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind,” explains the bittersweet experience of making her documentary.
Thomas Markle said the Duchess of Sussex is under too much pressure as a royal family member.
Pom Pom was often seen on Griffin’s reality TV show “My Life on the D-List.”
Sony’s animated feature topped the domestic box office charts with $44 million while Dwayne Johnson’s “Skyscraper” washed up with a paltry $25.5 million.
The U.K. comedian plays a character who developed a training program for toddlers to use guns.
Trio accuses countess of failing to set up trust for kids as stipulated in divorce settlement.
The surprise proposal happened at a meet and greet during T-Swift’s “Reputation” tour.
Ottessa Moshfegh’s new book, “My Year of Rest and Relaxation,” holds up a fun house mirror to the self-care fetish of the privileged.
Except maybe Jonathan Chait’s deleted “BOFA” tweet.
The Netflix smash will be set in the Midwest when it returns in 2019.
“Africa is not a country.”
The actress will no longer star in the film based on the life of Dante “Tex” Gil following backlash.
Bo Burnham’s new movie is what happens when filmmakers get the selfie generation right.
The second single off the upcoming album “Sweetener” is a banger.
Twitter users had mixed feelings about the “Queer Eye” star citing Russia’s anti-LGBTQIA propaganda laws as a reason not to do magazine spreads.
Maggie Smith, Michelle Dockery and Hugh Bonneville are all expected to return.
The ball will be back on FX in 2019.
We get the feeling no one can top this.