Another iconic move for a fashion icon!
Another iconic move for a fashion icon!
We had no idea it was this bad!
Corey Feldman has had an incredibly tough time recently between the HUGE news about his former best friend Corey Haim allegedly being raped by an A-lister and his controversial performance on The TODAY Show!
If you missed it, the former child star gave a pretty bizarre Michael Jackson tribute on the daytime talk show last week to promote his new song Go 4 It… and unfortunately, Corey received A TON of hate for it.
Well, after appearing on The Talk on Tuesday to chat it up with Sharon Osbourne about his recent scandals, the 45-year-old opened up to US Magazine on Wednesday about his immediate reaction in-studio, saying:
"[The girls] were thrilled. They were like, 'Oh, my God, we did it!' I'm like, 'Good job, everybody.' And then I get on the plane and I immediately start sobbing. They're all looking at me like I'm crazy. They're like, 'What's your problem? We did great, right?' I said, 'You did do great. Unfortunately, nobody seemed to like what I did. But that's all right.'
They just dive in with the worst, the nastiest, the filthiest comments I've ever read. Like, 'The wrong Corey died,' or, 'Why don't you just go OD?'"
It was so bad, in fact, that Feldmen sadly admitted that if he hadn't faced negative backlash before, this could have led to him harming himself, adding:
Miley Cyrus doesn't want to blow you a kiss… at least not when she's being told to!
That catcalling nature is just one of the reasons the pop star is never walking a red carpet again, a boycott she stood by when appearing on Friday's episode of TODAY.
Clarifying her original comments, she said:
"It's really not about the color of the carpet. It's more about, especially women, we get yelled at to blow them a kiss, and I don't feel like blowing you a kiss. [The photographers] yell, 'Blow us a kiss!' Like what is going on? Who are you? And then you're just kind of putting yourself out there for people to talk."
And talk they will!
We all know the 23-year-old is no stranger to being the center of media attention, especially when dressed in
Nothing says good morning like a fresh batch of avocado pudding…
Kourtney Kardashian may be part of the kraziest family on E!, but even she can't keep up with NBC's resident winos.
As you may remember, the eldest Kardashian stopped by The TODAY Show way back in April to chat with Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford about all things Scott Disick.
In a bonus scene out Friday, kameras give us the chance to see exactly how taping Hour Four of the daytime talk show works!
…and let's just say Kathie Lee and Hoda almost make Kourtney seem tame! Almost.
Ch-ch-check out the KUWTK scene that didn't make the kut (above)!!!
Not only has the Hollywood couple taken trips with their kids, but Ben lives in the guest house on the property and they STILL haven't filed for divorce — despite a source has saying "nothing's changed."
While we don't exactly know what's going on with Miz Garner's love life, she did talk a bit about her family situation in an interview with TODAY, saying her household is "definitely a modern family." The 44-year-old then went on to touch on visiting Affleck in London with their kids recently, saying:
We've got another daytime TV scandal on our hands!
For those of you out of the loop, people first started suspecting an affair when Natalie announced that she would be adding a hosting gig over at Access Hollywood to her already busy NBC schedule.
You see, people close to the talk show believed Natalie was forced out because her rumored relationship with Matt had gone sour, but now both hosts are denying ever having slept together.
In fact, the married mother-of-two issued a statement defending her 18-year marriage to Joseph Rhodes on Wednesday, saying:
This would be so amazing!!
There's no doubt Bryan Cranston is a great actor — he takes it to another level in his new upcoming flick The Inflitrator — but we would really like to see him play the role of a lifetime: Donald Trump!!
The former Malcolm In The Middle and Breaking Bad star is no stranger to playing real-life characters; he was nominated for an Oscar for playing the title blacklisted screenwriter in Trumbo and just played late President Lyndon B. Johnson in HBO's All The Way.
So when he went on Today this morning, host Carson Daly asked him a very simple question.
The host pondered which real-life person Cranston would most like to play next, and he immediately and definitively named Trump!! He said: