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Source: Fulton County Police, Getty / Paras Griffin Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams was arrested last night on an outstanding warrant for a vicious fight with costar Kenya Moore in late March. See her mugshot above. Will Arnett filed for divorce from Amy Poehler, requesting joint custody of their two children, Archie and Abel. The two separated 18 months ago. Khloé Kardashian's ex-husband, Lamar Odom, is moving on - to the Knicks. The basketball star signed a deal to play for his hometown NY team. Reese Witherspoon still loves Legally Blonde as much as you do. A Mrs. Doubtfire sequel is in the works, and we have so many questions. How old would those kids be now? Is there a new nanny? Miley Cyrus will remain in the hospital for an indeterminate amount of time, canceling her tour dates due to an extreme allergic reaction to medication. Scandal star »
- Alyse Whitney
Welcome to Instagram, Joe Biden! The Vice President of the United States joined the photo sharing site on Wednesday, and surprisingly enough, Biden is quite the Instagram pro. #Seriously. In the pic, Biden is seated at his desk mulling over a bit of paper work (presumably in the White House) and the fancy angle of the photo highlights his trendy Ray Ban aviator shades. "Vice President Biden's getting ready to head to Pennsylvania with President Obama this afternoon, where he'll lay out steps we can take to train America's workers with the skills they need for good middle-class jobs. Follow @VP for the latest from the Vice President, and the occasional aviators pic," reads »
Vice President Joe Biden has been known to have bit of a wild streak in D.C. circles. And now he's joined Instagram in the coolest way possible. See video: Joe Biden Makes Leslie Knope Giggle Like A Nervous School Girl on ‘Parks and Recreation’ (Video) Biden's first post was a photo of himself hard at work — but with his signature aviator sunglasses in crisp focus in the foreground: Here's to more awesome posts from the Vice President of Cool. »
- L.A. Ross
The city of Boston and people around the world are remembering the Boston Marathon bombing anniversary today, and paying tribute to the dead and injured. The city will hold a moment of silence at 2:49 p.m. Et — the moment the first of the two bombs went off. ABC News is livestreaming the tribute. Figures including Vice President Joe Biden have already spoken, telling the city that the tragedy proved it is “Boston Strong.” Also read: Obama on Boston Bombing Survivors: ‘We Recognize Their Incredible Courage and Leadership’ “America will never, ever, ever stand down,” he said. You can watch the livestream here. »
- Tim Molloy
Today marks one year since the Boston Marathon bombing, and this year, the city is making special efforts to remember those lost in the tragedy. Families and friends of victims participated in a wreath-laying ceremony near the finish-line site on Tuesday, with flowers and handwritten messages lining the street. During the event, Vice President Joe Biden delivered a few remarks, closing with some powerful words: "We will never yield. We will never cower. America will never, ever, ever stand down. We are Boston. We are America. We respond, we endure, we overcome, and we own the finish line. God bless you all, and may God protect our troops." Visitors also gathered at the Boston Public Library to view the memorial exhibition Dear Boston: Messages From the Marathon Memorial, where flags, objects, and handwritten notes for the victims have been collected and put on display. Boston College students paid their respects over the weekend, »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Baby's got back! Julia Louis-Dreyfus is nude on the cover of the April 24 issue of Rolling Stone, wearing just one thing truly befitting her Veep character: Words from the Constitution inked across her back. "In my defense, 'I was in a drunken stupor,'" the actress, 53, joked on Twitter, adding, "#crackexcuse." Dubbed "The First Lady of Comedy" by Rolling Stone for a career that has spanned from Saturday Night Live in the 1980s through Seinfeld and The New Adventures of Old Christine, the interview with Louis-Dreyfus is as revealing as the cover. "It's unbelievable, because whatever I do, people just assume it's true, »
- Wade Rouse
Oh, so that’s where they keep the Constitution: on Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s naked back.
The Veep star, sans clothes, covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone. In the accompanying interview, the multiple Emmy winner chats with the magazine about how she got from Seinfeld to HBO, how she deals with the industry’s sexism — “I just pay it no nevermind and say, ‘Get out of my way’” — and her meeting with real-life vice president Joe Biden: “I loved that dinner. There was no cynicism, just a very earnest jubilation about being there.”
Check out Louis-Dreyfus’s interview with »
- Ariana Bacle
The Vice President just got butt-naked -- and, thankfully, we're not talking about Joe Biden."Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus stripped off all her clothes for the brand new cover of Rolling Stone, where she's seen flashing a little booty and a whole lot more while sporting a giant tattoo of the United States Constitution on her back."In my defense, 'I was in a drunken stupor,'" she tweeted about the extremely revealing cover, which calls her "The First Lady of Comedy."We gotta say, she looks great for a 53-year-old woman ... or a woman at Any age!Video: Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Embarrassing Horror Role RevealedAs someone who's been in the business for quite some time now, the former "Seinfeld" star opens up about some of the hurdles facing women."There is sexism – I'm not denying its existence," she tells the mag. "But I'm saying that I will deny its effort against me. »
- tooFab Staff
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is wearing absolutely nothing but the immortal words of America's founding fathers on the cover of the next issue of Rolling Stone, which hits newsstands this Friday.
Contributing editor Vanessa Grigoriadis scored an equally revealing story from the 53-year-old star of the HBO political satire Veep, who has anchored two other shows since her smash success in Seinfeld – Watching Ellie and The New Adventures of Old Christine – and recently appeared opposite James Gandolfini in his final film, Enough Said. »
Barbara Walters is known for turning her interviews into sob sessions, but as she exits the business she’s known all her life, she’s determined not to do that. When the legendary broadcaster retires next month at age 84 from ABC’s “The View,” following a groundbreaking career that’s featured more than 50 years in front of the television cameras, she’s adamant she won’t shed any tears.
“I’m not going to cry,” Walters says, from her corner office at ABC News in midtown Manhattan. She recalls watching Jay Leno’s misty final appearance on “The Tonight Show” in February. “I think Jay felt that he was pushed out,” Walters says. “I don’t feel like I’m being pushed out. This was my decision.” Walters says she settled on a timeline for her departure three years ago, as rumors about her retirement began to swirl.
It’s been a long goodbye. »
- Ramin Setoodeh
With Veep‘s third season beginning tonight on HBO, we couldn’t help but think about the similarities between fictional vice president, Selina Meyer, and our actual V.P., Joe Biden. They’re both former senators, they both took on vice presidential duties after vying for the highest office in the land, and they both have penchants for fumbling their public statements.
If you’re not convinced that politicians sometimes miss the mark when connecting with the public, watch the clip above to catch the cast of Veep recall their favorite real-life political flubs.
Remember, being the vice president of the world’s greatest nation is a tough job! Anyone would crack under that kind of pressure. However, when we hear Selina and Joe go on the record, we can’t help but pore over their gaffes, hot-mic truth telling, and otherwise cumbersome quotes.
So if you were put to the test, »
- Rahsheeda Ali
As has become the standard, the end of the sketch featured a list of corrections from earlier in the broadcast. Check them all out below.
-Ukraine was not Frasier’s brother on the show Frasier.
-Game of Thrones is not an adult version of musical chairs.
-There is no such restaurant as “Ruth’s Chris Christie’s.”
-Jackson Browne is only one person.
-Malaysia is not the female version of Asia.
-Neal deGrasse Tyson »
- Erin Strecker
We know what you're thinking…how does Joe Biden get his ridiculously sensational skin?! That's precisely what Rachael Ray asked the Vice President of the United States of America during his guest appearance on her daytime talk show. "I have to ask you: You have the most glowing, perfect skin of any person I've ever seen," she told him while giggling. "I really want to know what moisturizer you use. I love moisturizers! My husband is a moisturizer, as well. Would you tell me what moisturizer you use?" And while we're fairly certain it's 90 percent genes (that's our highly scientific hypothesis, anyway), Biden spilled the beans on his skincare »
Hollywood’s role in promoting enrollment in the Affordable Care Act was on display in the final hours before a deadline for coverage this year, as John Legend, Jared Leto and Kerry Washington were among a wave of figures tweeting a link to Healthcare.gov and a top administration official once again defended President Obama’s turn to pop culture to spread the word.
Monday was the last day of open enrollment, with more website problems reported due to a software bug and to a surge in traffic. Nevertheless, a scramble for signups had been expected, and the site reported record volume.
As the enrollment date approached on Oct. 1, the White House sought to tap into pop culture, drawing on Obama’s base of entertainment industry supporters to send out tweets and other types of social media messaging, for YouTube stars to promote signups, and for administration officials to appear »
- Ted Johnson
Vice President Joe Biden took his final pitch on the Affordable Care Act to Rachael Ray's syndicated program Monday and found an emotional, effective pitchwoman in the daytime talk show host. Ray began to tear up as she described to Biden and her audience how her family used Healthcare.gov to help her brother find a new insurance plan after he was diagnosed with an auto-immune disease. »
- Matt Wilstein
Does Allison Argent on Teen Wolf deserve to join the rare ranks of independent female characters like Buffy? “It shouldn’t be groundbreaking for a female character in a supernatural romance to have the degree of agency that Allison was afforded. And yet, we’re so used to seeing characters like Allison defined in relation to the male lead. There was something truly transgressive about the way she surpassed her original role as love interest, eventually dumping Scott at the end of Season 2. By the time of her death, her past with Scott was nearly incidental.” Of course, at the bottom of the article, Buzzfeed tags it “More news about Tyler Posey” so maybe not.
Nathan Phelps, the estranged grandson of Westboro’s Fred Phelps says that he will »
- Ed Kennedy
Vice President Joe Biden is calling for an end to workplace discrimination against gays, among many other things. The politico addressed a crowd at the Human Rights Campaign gala in Los Angeles Saturday, saying it's "close to barbaric" that in some states "an employer can fire you just because of who you are or who you love." "It's time for Congress to move on and pass Enda now," he continued, referring to the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which prevents employers from firing someone because they are gay or lesbian. "It's outrageous we're even debating this sucker." "I've traveled to most countries in the world, and I can tell you »
With Michelle Obama traveling to China with her daughters, President Barack Obama is fending for himself in the White House. Fortunately, the commander-in-chief has a concerned friend eager to check up on him: Ellen DeGeneres, who quizzed the Potus on his well-being at the First Lady's behest. "Mr. President, Michelle said she's out of town, and she wanted to know, did you make your bed this morning?" DeGeneres asked via satellite on Thursday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "That would be no," Obama answered. "And when she's out of town, things tend to get a little slovenly around the house. »
- Michele Corriston
As with Sunday night's "Lost" panel, I stepped in to do a little TV duty this week and attended tonight's "Parks and Recreation" panel at the PaleyFest. I'm not sure there's a group of characters that I like spending time with each week as much as the "Parks" group right now. Pawnee has taken its place right alongside Springfield as one of the most fully-realized comedy communities in TV history. Each year, we learn more about the people of Pawnee and we learn more about the main characters and we just plain dig deeper into the roiling cauldron of weird that is headed up by the great Leslie Knope, played by the also-great Amy Poehler. After a very spirited round of interviews on the red carpet, I headed upstairs where they were just starting to screen this Thursday's new episode, "Galentine's Day." After this, there are only six more episodes this year, »
- Drew McWeeny
Pawnee went Paley on Tuesday night as Amy Poehler & Co. hit the stage at PaleyFest to talk all things Parks and Recreation — and bask in some crazy fan love. The Q&A panel, held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and moderated by comedian and Parks visitor Patton Oswalt, included wine, assorted memory lane strolls, a hint about the finale, ample guest-star shout-outs, and more. Read on for the highlights:
• Best entrance: While Adam Scott scored laughs for not-quite-moonwalking across the stage and awkwardly trying to sit in a seat (a nod to the third installment of his Greatest Event »
- Dan Snierson
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