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Lena Dunham’s Saturday Night Live had something for everyone — even her 94-year-old grandmother. There was pixilated nudity, Bible stories, Jon Hamm and Liam Neeson cameos, an obnoxious Gps that didn’t like Dunham’s singing voice, and Liza Minnelli impressions. At the end, Dunham said she wanted to french-kiss the audience, a Benigni-esque declaration of emotion that I don’t doubt for a moment. (After all, her granny was practically a third-base coach back in the day.)
The Girls star wasn’t fazed in the slightest by hosting the show, which isn’t much of a surprise — Dunham doesn »
- Jeff Labrecque
The Real Housewives of Atlanta went to Mexico on Sunday's episode, but there was more shade than sun. "Mirror, mirror on the wall, I'm the shadiest of them all," said Kenya Moore, who organized the trip to make amends for helping to turn NeNe Leakes's pajama party into a brawl. Greeting the wives in a bikini and poncho, she announced, "I just want the tequila to flow and everybody to have a good time." But Moore certainly didn't play the perfect hostess at the welcome dinner, where the focus quickly turned to Porsha Stewart and whether her failed marriage »
- Wade Rouse
This year has already seen quite a few celebrity baby births , but even more are coming. PopSugar rounds up 13. A sampling: Kerry Washington 's baby bump has been on display on the red carpet quite a bit during awards season; she and husband Nnamdi Asomugha are expecting in the spring. Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Baskett are expecting their second child; they already have a 3-year-old son. Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas are expecting a baby —and they're also planning a wedding . Ciara also showed off her baby bump on the red carpet (for her, the Grammys); she's expecting »
- Evann Gastaldo
Those who are generally into Dunham’s work were probably amused on the whole, even if they also wished Lena had broken out of her comfort zone a little more. (Perhaps unsurprisingly, Dunham played a bunch of girls — immature, fast-talking, hyperbole-happy variations on her HBO persona — and one serviceable Liza Minnelli.) But if you’re one of those people who can’t stand cable’s wunderkind — here I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt, and assume that dislike »
- Hillary Busis
Scott Bakula loved his scene in the bathhouse on Looking. He got a chance to catch up on something he felt he’d missed. “This was as close as I’d ever gotten to a real bathhouse. Just hearing about it in my old days in New York in the mid-‘70s, you know that was a huge deal. That’s where Bette Midler started and that whole scene! My gay friends would be off to Sunday Tea, and then roll in at 9 the next morning after the bathhouse. But that was about as close as I ever got. But I thought this was a great scene, a great way to introduce the character. I love what that scene was about. But no, I wasn’t shocked. In terms of having my clothes off, »
- Ed Kennedy
Jennifer Lawrence is the best friend everyone wants (and pretends) to have, so can you imagine what it would be like tagging along as her date to the Oscars?
Now you don't have to imagine, because her date to the 86th Academy Awards was her actual, real-life Bff Laura Simpson, and she wrote a hilarious tell-all essay about her star-studded, surreal night at the ceremony and after-parties. Originally published on MySpace, Simpson's essay spans the entire day of prep, all the way to when she arrived home at 3:30 a.m.
Lawrence and Simpson met exactly how you'd expect them to: bonding over pizza. "How did I get invited to the 86th Academy Awards, you ask? Well, my best friend took me as her date," Simpson writes. "I met her seven years ago at an event where we both didn't know a single person. We hit it off over a mutual respect for Chandler Bing, »
It’s a well-known fact that everyone wants to be Jennifer Lawrence’s best friend. Who among us hasn’t imagined scarfing down pizza with the American Hustle star while laughing at fart jokes and oh, yeah — hanging with Bradley Cooper like it ain’t no thang? But we never knew what it was actually like to be J. Law’s best friend — until now.
Lawrence’s real-life Bff, model Laura Simpson, was the actress’ date to last week’s Oscars, which led Simpson to write a pretty epic MySpace post about the night. Truly, it may go down as »
- Amber Ray
Admit it - at one time or another you might have fantasized about what it would be like if you were Jennifer Lawrence's bestie. Well, Laura Simpson is, and in a post on MySpace, she reveals that it is everything we could have imagined and then some. Simpson was the American Hustle nominee's date to the Oscars on Sunday (along with JLaw's on-again boyfriend Nicholas Hoult). But you might know her as the girl in the black dress who Lawrence grabbed as she almost face-planted on the red carpet. She uses "my freshly done Lauren Conrad up do to break her fall, »
- K.C. Blumm
It’s no secret that Scandal is a big hit in the United States — but Jimmy Kimmel would like everyone to know that there’s also a Spanish-speaking version of the Shonda Rhimes drama, and it’s kind of a big deal in Mexico.
Welcome to … Escandalo! For Kimmel’s version of the show, he enlisted actual Scandal actors to create a telenovela that’s just a smidgeon crazier than Shonda Rhimes’s actual show. Whatever you’re picturing, it’s even better. Plus, it has Guillermo in the role of El Presidente. Let’s just say, Kimmel has this handled. »
- Samantha Highfill
We open on Fitz (Tony Goldwyn) and Olivia (Kerry Washington) doing what they do best … bitterly arguing in between bouts of boinking. The sheets aren’t even dry following some hotel room romp and they’re already making with the bickering. The gist … she’s still upset he made Jake Command, and he’s all jealous about her making Jake her beard.
And it doesn’t help matters that everything out of Fitz’s mouth is some offensively derogatory term, as he calls Liv a “Hen” and “Prize” (not to mention “Sweetie,” “Honey,” “Doll,” “Tootsie,” and “Toots”). Hey, Liv, don’t be so upset! He also uses those terms of endearment with waitresses, lap dancers, and the Israeli Prime Minister.
- Steven Frank
Loved the style on Scandal's March 6 episode, "We Do Not Touch the First Ladies?" Lucky for you, Us Weekly has tracked down the episode's best looks. For the opening scene, Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) wears a Marni jacket with a black and white pattern that retails for a cool $1900 on Marni.com. However, thanks to Washington's real-life pregnancy and some strategic camera shooting, we never got a full shot of the jacket. In fact, the blazer's criss-crossing pattern screams out conflict, making it perfect for the [...] »
Viola Davis has been tapped to star in Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers' How to Get Away With Murder at ABC, Romany Malco and Anthony Anderson will top the network's Kevin Hart and Kenya Barris comedy pilots, respectively. NBC has The Office's Craig Robinson and Deception's Meagan Good leading the call sheet in Mr. Robinson and sci-fi drama Babylon Fields, respectively. At Fox, Lee Daniels' Empire pairs Hustle & Flow duo Terrence
- Lesley Goldberg
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
The president of the United States is having an affair with his campaign manager, who is hiding the truth by dating the head of a secret Black Ops division of the government, who is in turn chummy with Potus. Scandal has one messed-up love triangle.
Scandal Postmortem: What's next for Mellie and her old flame?
It gets more complicated because Olivia (Kerry Washington) might actually have...
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- Natalie Abrams
From philandering president to criminal polygamist -- What would Olivia Pope think?
"Scandal" star Tony Goldwyn -- President Fitzgerald Grant himself -- is set to play the infamous Warren Jeffs in Lifetime's upcoming movie "Outlaw Prophet," THR reports. The film tells the true story of Jeffs, the leader of a Fundamentalist Mormon polygamist sect who ranked on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List for more than a year. After eluding authorities, he was ultimately apprehended by a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper.
"Outlaw Prophet" is based on Stephen Singular's best-selling book "When Men Become Gods," which tracks Jeffs' rise to power following the death of his father, Rulon Jeffs. Academy Awards executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron ("Bonnie & Clyde") will serve as EPs on the film alongside Judith Verno ("Lizzie Borden Took an Ax"). Lifetime has yet to set a premiere date.
Outside of "Scandal," which is in the midst »
Kristen Bell brought a burrito to the Oscars. Kerry Washington packed snacks in her purse. Since the annual ceremony doesn't serve food, many stars in the audience were forced to fend off their hunger during the long show with their own travel-sized treats, and Jennifer Lawrence was no exception.
The lover of Doritos and junk food in general brought a bag of Pop Rocks into the Dolby Theatre with her for the awards show. Surprisingly, though, she wasn't the one who had packed them. Instead, it was the folks on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" who gave her the Pop Rocks she took into the Oscars.
"When I'm presenting, I'm going to pour them into my mouth," she told Us Weekly on the red carpet before the show. As we now know, she didn't follow through on that claim.
But since she is Jennifer Lawrence, the Oscar winner also came with protein-filled snacks of her own. »
We all saw that Jennifer Lawrence brought her boyfriend, Nicholas Hoult, to the Oscars on Sunday, but he wasn't her only date. Jennifer's best friend, Laura Simpson, was along for the big night as well, and she shared an honest - and hilarious - account of what it was like to attend Hollywood's biggest event as a non-celebrity. We learned a few things while reading the article: You Don't See the Real Red Carpet on TV Highland (between Sunset and Hollywood) is filled with barricades with different entry points so no crazy person can plow their car through, killing everyone on the red carpet. Guarding each entry point through the barricades are men in head-to-toe camouflage with gigantic automatic weapons (rifles? I don't know guns). I try to take a photo of one, and I'm stopped immediately. Completely lining the sidewalks of Highland are the Jesus freaks. I am not »
- Lauren Turner
Jonathan Martin whined so much about getting bullied ... Richie Incognito got cut from the Dolphins -- but Martin was totally cool with bullying Justin Bieber on the Internet. Hardcore hypocrisy?Plus, Kerry Washington and Nnamdi Asomugha finally appear in public ... Together ... Pda included! Will this finally quiet all the scandal rumors about their marriage?And tennis stud Rafael Nadal is risking his career by hanging with his smoking hot gf on the beach? Yeah, some people think so. »
- TMZ Staff
This story first appeared in the March 14 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Facing a huge NBC marketing blitz behind Jimmy Fallon's shift to 11:35 p.m., the other men of broadcast TV's late-night landscape are fighting back with what they know best. As Fallon's Tonight Show averaged a big 6.9 million viewers its first two weeks, ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! countered with a mix of aggressive guest booking (Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, faux nemesis Matt Damon), corporate synergy (Scandal star Kerry Washington, the debut of Disney's Guardians of the Galaxy trailer) and another viral prank (Live!
- Michael O'Connell
After low ratings for its second airing, “Mind Games” could become the third Tuesday ABC drama to get a quick hook this season.
The network has done Ok with “Marvel’s Agents of Shield” and has high hopes for “Resurrection,” which debuts this Sunday, but otherwise has struggled mightily with its high volume of new dramas this season. Even some shows that finished their runs, like “Betrayal” and “Once Upon a Time in Wonderland,” have been ratings lightweights.
The drama failures have dragged down a net that still has pockets of bright spots like “Scandal” and “Shark Tank.” For the season, ABC is in fourth place in key demos as well as total viewers, down nearly 10% from last year.
Tuesday at 10 p.m. alone has seen lottery drama “Lucky 7″ get the ax after two low-rated outings in the fall (including a 0.7 rating in adults 18-49 in its second week), and »
- Rick Kissell
Ellen DeGeneres wasn’t the only Oscar photographer this past Sunday.
DeGeneres’ famous Oscar selfie — which included Brad Pitt, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, and many others — became the most retweeted message of all-time (3.1 million) after Ellen posted it during the Academy Awards.
But Ellen was not alone on Instagram and Twitter. Here are some of our favorite social-media pics from the 86th annual Academy Awards:
The Academy (@TheAcademy) March 05, 2014
The Academy tweeted a photo of Jennifer Lawrence trying to wrestle the Oscar from winner Lupita Nyong’o backstage.
Backstage at the #Oscars in the #ArchDigestGreenRoom with @JessicaBiel photobombed by Anne Hathaway http://t.co/k3gusKxQ8o—
- Francesca Bacardi
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