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Zoe Kravitz stacks up just fine against "Are You Gonna Go My Way" ... "Always on the Run" ... "Fly Away" or "Let Love Rule." The "Dope" star was hanging on South Beach in a little black bikini -- reminding us Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet's music, movies and TV shows are Not their only legacy in entertainment. Definitely not their hottest either. American woman ... please come knocking around our door. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
On Saturday, Miley Cyrus pulled double duty on the season 41 premiere of Saturday Night Live by hosting and performing. The singer kicked off the show by singing her way through a hilarious monologue that bids farewell to all the Summer scandals of 2015, including Lenny Kravitz's #Penisgate incident and Ariana Grande's famous doughnut-licking controversy. At one point, Miley even threw a bit of shade at the people mentioned, saying, "We'll never think of these people ever, ever again." Watch the snippet, above, then check out what would happen if everyone was a part of Taylor Swift's girl squad. »
- Monica Sisavat
Megyn Kelly isn't too thrilled about a presidential candidate's recent comments—and this time, we're not talking about Donald Trump. The Fox News host publicly expressed concern about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's responses to Lena Dunham during an interview together for the actress' newest venture, Lenny Letter. At the start of the women's conversation, Clinton jokingly admitted she was expecting to speak with Lenny Kravitz, given the name of Dunham's project. As comedic relief, the Girls star quickly broached the topic of Kravitz's pants splitting and "stuff" falling out during a previous concert costume malfunction, to which Clinton »
Uh-oh. Fox News host Megyn Kelly blasted Hillary Clinton over jokes she made in a recent interview with Lena Dunham about Lenny Kravitz’s wardrobe malfunction on Aug. 3, when he split his pants onstage in concert. It all started when Dunham, 29, invited Clinton, 67, to interview for the actress’ latest venture, Lenny Letter, an email newsletter project. The presidential candidate began by joking that she expected to speak with Kravitz, due to the name of Dunham’s new written project. The Girls star then brought up the rocker’s [...] »
Hillary Clinton was a bit confused when she accepted Lena Dunham's offer to do an interview for her Lenny newsletter, thinking she'd be chatting with Lenny Kravitz rather than the Girls actress. In a hilarious mock promo for the interview, courtesy of Funny or Die, Dunham says, "Madam Secretary, I cannot tell you what an honor it is for me and for all the Lenny readers to be able to speak to you in this way." Clinton responds with a confused facial expression, "I thought this was an interview with Lenny Kravitz." Of course, Dunham couldn't help but remind the presidential candidate about Kravitz's latest mishap—when his pants split on stage and gave the audience and »
Lena Dunham‘s interview with Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton strayed from the big issues and landed on something even bigger — Lenny Kravitz‘s junk. In an interview for her new site, LennyLetter.com, Dunham asks Clinton if she saw the viral video of Kravitz splitting his pants onstage which exposed Little Lenny to the world. “No, I missed that,” Clinton claims. “Do you think I could get that on YouTube? I’ll look for that.” In a previously released clip, Clinton said she is “puzzled” by women who do not identify as feminists. See video: Hillary Clinton Tells Lena Dunham »
- Joe Otterson
[[tmz:video id="0_taewp0ux"]] Cookie Lyon was damn near upstaged on the season premiere of "Empire" by Bravo star Miss Lawrence ... who, coincidentally, got the gig because of his spot-on Cookie impression. Lawrence tells us, he got the role of a lifetime while goofing off with co-star Bevy Smith on the "Fashion Queens" set. Bevy recorded Lawrence doing an homage to Taraji P. Henson's character, and sent the vid to her pal Lee Daniels ... with the message, "Hire him! »
- TMZ Staff
It's baaack...with more star power than the Emmys. Empire finally returned for its highly anticipated second season on Wednesday night, reuniting us with Cookie (Taraji P. Henson), who brought out a bunch of her famous friends for the premiere. While Kelly Rowland, Ludacris, Lenny Kravitz and Mariah Carey have yet to make their debut, viewers got to see a whole new side of major stars like Chris Rock and Marisa Tomei, among others, in "The Devils Are Here." Fortunately, Empire's laundry list of guest stars didn't overshadow or take away from the Lyon family drama, which is the show's beating heart. Still, there were a lot of quick cameos, thanks to a huge concert »
On Today's Show Caitlyn Jenner's Car Crash Fate May Be Decided Soon An Emmy Winner's Awesome Act of Kindness Nick Cannon Shows Off a Post-Mariah Female Friend Lenny Kravitz Gets Caught Up in the Volkswagen Scandal Skype Us Tmztvshow Tweet Us Tweet to @Tmzlive Read more »
- TMZ Staff
[[tmz:video id="0_xp79pzxp"]] We can hear the trailer now -- "From the man who brought you Nwa's epic story, comes ... the Marvin Gaye you never knew." "Straight Outta Compton" director F. Gary Gray broke the news to us -- no, he's not rushing to do another biopic, but confessed the one person that could change his mind is Marvin Gaye. Gray started riffing about the ex-Motown superstar the second our photog asked what he'd like to do »
- TMZ Staff
Just in case you need a reminder, "Empire" is returning for a second season that kicks off tomorrow, September 23, at 9pm. Emmy nominee Taraji P. Henson, Terrence Howard and the rest of the starring cast are back for what I'm sure will be another wild rump - a full season's worth unlike its first season! The show's list of famous faces who'll appear during season 2 include Reverend Al Sharpton, fashion icon André Leon Talley, Marisa Tomei, Pitbull, Mariah Carey, Chris Rock, Lenny Kravitz, Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, Ludacris, Adam Rodriguez, Andre Royo, Tyra Ferrell, and whoever else I'm forgetting, and/or will be a surprise, like maybe Oprah »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Just in case you need a reminder, "Empire" is returning for a second season that kicks off tomorrow, September 23, at 9pm. Emmy nominee Taraji P. Henson, Terrence Howard and the rest of the starring cast are back for what I'm sure will be another wild rump - a full season's worth unlike its first season! The show's list of famous faces who'll appear during season 2 include Reverend Al Sharpton, fashion icon André Leon Talley, Marisa Tomei, Pitbull, Mariah Carey, Chris Rock, Lenny Kravitz, Alicia Keys, Kelly Rowland, Ludacris, Adam Rodriguez, Andre Royo, Tyra Ferrell, and whoever else I'm forgetting, and/or will be a surprise, like maybe Oprah Winfrey. Season 2 of "Empire" premieres Wednesday, September 23, at 9pm on Fox. Three clips from the episode, titled "The Devils Are Here," follow below:
- Tambay A. Obenson
--Judy Greer cuddled with a canine while hosting the second annual More Than A Cone event to help animals in need in L.A. --Serena Williams and Drake took Patron Silver shots and partied in a private room at Lucky Strike NYC. --Kelly Osbourne stood on a stool to appear taller next to the statuesque Laverne Cox at the Panasonic Beauty Bar before she got a manicure by Colour Prevail during Nyfw in NYC. --Lenny Kravitz rocked the Greek Theatre in L.A., belting out hits including "American Woman," "Fly Away," [...] »
Blazing a trail in 1995, Hackers tackled web culture on screen before the internet really took off. The cyber-thriller helped kick-start the career of a major Hollywood A-lister and swiftly became a cult classic thanks to its Hacker Manifesto.
As Hackers celebrates its 20th birthday today (September 15), here's what happened to the six stars who made up the cyber-punk crew.
Hackers handle: Acid Burn
In 1995, Jolie was a fast-rising 20-year-old actress with Cyborg 2 and some big music videos (including Meat Loaf, Lenny Kravitz and The Lemonheads) on her CV. New York Times critic Janet Maslin was non too plussed about Jolie's performance, saying of her character: "Kate stands out. That's because she scowls even more sourly than [her co-stars] and is that rare female hacker who sits intently at her keyboard in a see-through top."
Now, the 40-year-old is an Oscar-winning superstar with humanitarian work spanning more than a decade and »
[[tmz:video id="0_5hm8n4n6"]] Lenny Kravitz wasn't taking any chances Friday night at the Greek Theatre in L.A. ...he was covered from head to toe. No chance of another special guest star ... like the one that popped out of his leather pants which split last month during a concert in Stockholm. Last night Lenny was wearing what looks like a sherwani -- traditional Indian garb. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Empire fans, get ready to meet more of Cookie’s family. Vivica A. Fox (Kill Bill) is guest starring in Season 2 of the hit Fox drama as the older sister of Taraji P. Henson’s fan-favorite character. According to EW.com, which first reported the casting news, there are no details regarding what brings Cookie’s older sibling to town. In Season 1 of Empire, we met Cookie’s sister Carol, and as the show’s executive producer Ilene Chaiken tells EW, “Cookie’s other family members are troublesome to say the least,” which means that fans should be expecting more drama between the two sisters and less hugs. Fox’s past TV credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Raising Hope, and Alias. She is just one of many high profile guest stars Empire has lined up for Season 2, joining a guest cast that already includes Chris Rock, Marisa Tomei, Kelly Rowland, »
- Chris King
"Empire" is back in less than a month (September 23rd!), and Fox has released a bunch of photos in anticipation -- including a few of one of our favorite gay characters on TV right now, Jamal Lyon (Jussie Smollett). Set guest stars Alicia Keys, Chris Rock, Oprah Winfrey, Common, Mariah Carey and Lenny Kravitz are nowhere to be found, however. Though this is still enough to hold us over for now:
- Jamie Gates
--Jennifer Aniston and Kathryn Hahn attended the She’s Funny That Way premiere afterparty at the Sunset Tower hotel in West Hollywood, where guests sipped on Jose Cuervo margaritas. --Viola Davis celebrated her 50th birthday with her How to Get Away with Murder on-screen husband, Tom Verica, at Hutchinson Cocktails & Grill in L.A. --Carmelo Anthony and chef Michael White co-hosted an exclusive dinner to celebrate Altamarea Group's newest New York hot spot, Vaucluse, with the Wine N Dine app. --Lenny Kravitz and Gary Clark Jr. rocked out at Brooklyn’s [...] »
It was some 15 months ago that Ilene Chaiken was recruited to help build a mighty Empire.
What the L Word alum (pictured at right), as showrunner, proceeded to develop with series creators Lee Daniels and Danny Strong was a frothy sudser set in the music business, one that would churn buzz at the proverbial watercooler as well as grow its audience every single week throughout its 12-episode run.
Every. Single. Week. Culminating in a same-day finale audience of 16.7 million total viewers.
RelatedFX to Air Empire Season 1 Marathon
As one could imagine — especially since Empire lives on a network that has »
--Jennifer Aniston and Kathryn Hahn attended the She’s Funny That Way premiere afterparty at the Sunset Tower hotel in West Hollywood, where guests sipped on Jose Cuervo margaritas. --Viola Davis celebrated her 50th birthday with her How to Get Away with Murder on-screen husband, Tom Verica, at Hutchinson Cocktails & Grill in L.A. --Lenny Kravitz and Gary Clark Jr. rocked out at Brooklyn’s Afropunk Festival. --Russell Simmons talked to Leonardo DiCaprio about producing a new show about Kosher Soul stars O’Neal McKnight and Miriam Sternoff at a house party in [...] »
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