Drama, drama, drama!
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Where's the love?!
Being EXTREMELY outgoing, Griffin never has a problem sharing her true feelings which is exactly why Jimmy asked her about the beef she has with Ryan Seacrest.
Kathy, who Kimmel claims refers to the American Idol host as "the devil", dished that she has actually buried the hatchet with Seacrest, despite constantly referring to him as "she". LOLz!
Still, Griffin goes on to dish about Ryan and tell a HIGHlarious story about having dinner with the radio DJ!
Ch-ch-check out the comedienne's side of the story as she shares a bit of animosity for the beloved E! host (below)!
Needless to say, it's been a crazy month for Khloé Kardashian.
In a photo shoot that took place before Lamar Odom's October 13th overdose and interview with Yahoo Style editor-in-chief Joe Zee shortly after, the 31-year-old opened up about a variety of topics — including her complicated relationships with Odom and James Harden, her weight loss journey, and her plans for children.
"We had a great love story, so I think people want to see that for me again. There is so much more medically and emotionally that we have to go through in order to even think about anything romantically."
And as far as Harden, she said she's keeping it a little more private this time around:
This is absolutely AH-Mazing!
Hispanic Heritage Month started last Tuesday, so it couldn't be a better time to release a wonderfully catchy and upbeat song that also promotes awareness about unity.
And that's exactly what Emilio Estefan and his wife Gloria Estefan did when creating the song and video We're All Mexican!
The music power-couple tapped several of their friends to participate — including Carlos Santana, Pitbull, Thalia, Wyclef Jean, Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas, Banda El Recodo, Carlos Vives, Angelica Maria, and of course Gloria as well, among others.
The video also features celebrities such as Kathy Griffin, Whoopi Goldberg, Amaury Nolasco, Eva Longoria, Carlos Ponce, Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias, and Kate Del Castillo. Oh yeah, and if you peek around 2:08, you'll see a friendly, familiar face too!
Emilio said of creating the song:
"As immigrants, we have a love and appreciation for this country and for the freedom that it represents. We need to lift up our pride and show the world all the great things we're doing. I wrote and produced this song to communicate a message of uniting all immigrants, not dividing them."
We're All Mexican serves as a metaphor to show that no matter who you are, anyone can be a victim of racism and bigotry much like the Mexicans who've been recently targeted by some media outlets as well as political leaders.
Ch-ch-check out the video (below) and let us know what you think of the new song and share your pride!
Is it possible?? Could the Fashion Police feud finally be over??
And over six months later, Brad Goreski is saying it's over!
On the topic of the Kelly and G's feud, the FP co-host confessed at a New York Fashion Week event on Wednesday:
"I think it's nonexistent now. I think they both said what they needed to say and they're both doing great things. I think we're all a little too obsessed with feuds and ugly things going on between people, and we have so much to celebrate with the show, and Kelly has [so] much to celebrate on her own that I think we all just kind of need to move on, baby!"
Well, he's definitely not making it sound like they've made up, but that they're just moving on!
Guess Kelly calling out Giuliana for being a "liar" may have hit her too deep to come back from. Yikes!
At least the lavender-haired beauty and Brad are still close! He shared:
We can't say she didn't have it coming!
Last night's Fashion Police was a bit more anticipated than previous episodes as it was the show's return after a multi month hiatus that saw Melissa Rivers, daughter of the Joan Rivers, take her mother's set on the panel.
But that was soon forgotten about as one of the guest panelists, Margaret Cho, stole the spotlight.
Everyone was playing it pretty safe with what they said seeing as how Giuliana Rancic's racially insensitive comments on Zendaya's dreadlocks at the Oscars blew up and resulted in Kathy Griffin as well as Kelly Osbourne leaving the show and lead to the show's hiatus.
But Cho wasn't going to let that get in the way of a good old jab at the host! On the show, Cho was talking a bit about Miley Cyrus when she said:
Well isn't this a hairy situation?
Fashion Police has had a lot of cast shake-ups recently following the exits of both Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin, but the Late Night talk show host finally came back on Monday, and with it, the snark that made it famous in the first place.
While Margaret Cho and NeNe Leakes joined Giuliana Rancic, Melissa Rivers, and Brad Goreski on the panel to judge the VMAs red carpet, it was the very first scene of the episode that shocked us the most.
That's because the show opened with Melissa cleaning the carpet with a lint roller when she says she's busy cleaning up "old messes" and holds up some pink and red hair!
You know… as in Kelly and Kathy! LOLz!!!
It's pretty mean, especially cause both women left on less-than-good terms, but it certainly made us laugh.
Ch-ch-check out the hair-raising burn (below)!!!
And much to no one's surprise, it didn't go over well!
If you don't remember, these two previously had a spat after the comedienne said the Cool For The Summer songstress was the "biggest douche celebrity" she had ever met.
So when Kathy decided to take to Twitter to call out her singing abilities during the show on Sunday, Demi didn't keep quiet!
Here's what happened: