Monica Lewinsky Details #TheClintonAffair In New Documentary

Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky
A photograph showing former White House intern Monica Lewinsky meeting President Bill Clinton at a White House function submitted as evidence in documents by the Starr investigation and released by the House Judicary committee September 21, 1998.

In a three-night A&E documentary series that details the events leading up to Bill Clinton’s 1998 impeachment, Monica Lewinsky is finally telling her side of the story. She had previously spoken with Barbara Walters, but she was far too young for pointed reflection. With fresh eyes and a firm memory, she walks us through the suicide-inducing horrors that included the threat of prison.

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Podcast Reveals Truth About Kim Cattrall / Sarah Jessica Parker Feud

Sex and the City

The Truth Behind Cattrall’s Demands

The third chapter of James Andrew Miller’s Origins podcast explores the now infamous feud between Kim Cattrall and . . . seemingly everyone else involved in HBO’s Sex and the City. According to showrunner Michael Patrick King, the issues arose over money and marketing.

The show doesn’t exist if Sarah Jessica wasn’t the blond star of the show, that’s No. 1. Kim was not at the height of her career, Kristin was under her in terms of notability, Cynthia was a theater actress — and their contracts reflected that status

As for why Sarah Jessica Parker was the solo player on all the movie posters? Michael Patrick King explains that because Sarah was the legitimate movie star when the show launched,  it therefore makes sense to utilize her star power for all publicity-related materials.

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Lorde v. Kanye: Battle of the Boxes

Kanye West and Es Devlin
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Lorde Have Mercy

Kanye West is an easy target, and he’s the subject of some much-deserved criticism as of late. But don’t touch the man on the music front. Lorde recently took to Instagram to proclaim that Kanye and Kid Cudi (the Kids See Ghosts rap duo) lifted Lorde’s floating stage in the shape of a box, saying:

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Busy Philipps Calls Noah Centineo a Ghoster

Busy Philipps and Noah Centineo on James Corden’s Late Late Show

TMZ reports that Noah Centineo’s segment with Busy Philipp’s on James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ got heavily edited down when his team immediately feared that the ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ star’s image would take a hit when word got around that he ghosted Busy’s friend (a writer on her show). Noah clearly knew the girl in question given his reaction, which you can see below. As for Busy, she seems to take great pride in exposing the antics of others.

Though Noah is certainly a good looking guy, I love everything about this story. For starters, if you take one look at his Instagram, you’ll notice that it’s basically Kim Kardashian lite. In fact, you’d learn absolutely nothing about his friends, his adventures, his outings, or his interests given that it’s inundated with sexy selfies. And hey — I’m all for a good pic, but selfie overload is a serious swipe left. I’d need a little more details on their interaction to impose serious judgment on the ghosting, though. Perhaps my readers can weigh in on the length of dating time it takes to move past ghosting. I vote one month.

TV Tunes: Jessica Lamb’s “Just Don’t Have the Time”

Jessica Lamb singerDiscovered the gem that is Jessica Lamb while watching Teen Mom OG (don’t judge), and the Shazam-worthy moment brought me to “Just Don’t Have the Time,” which you can listen to below. As for who she is behind-the-scenes, there is little to know information on her personal page, so the music will have to speak for itself.

The New York Post Viciously Attacks Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith

Will Smith and Jada Pickett Smith Red Table Talk

Jada Pinkett Smith launched the hugely popular Red Table Talk on Facebook as a vehicle for honest conversation. While many other talk shows present the same premise, this might be the most authentic of its kind. I knew it would take off while watching Jada reminisce with Will Smith’s first wife about the tumultuous start to their journey, followed by unconditional love for one another now. In fact, the power couple have long been pioneers of co-parenting, publicly insisting that it’s possible to get everyone in a room together for the holidays — on behalf of their children. So what could be negative about such a talk? Just ask the New York Post.

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Sarah Silverman Drops Jimmy Kimmel Bombshell on Howard Stern

Sarah Silverman visits Jimmy Kimmel The news of Sarah Silverman’s Howard Stern interview is largely focused on the revelation that Louis C.K. used to masturbate in front of her WITH her consent. She chalked it up to mutual freakdom and thought nothing of it, but she made it clear that because they were both up-and-coming at the time, there was no objectionable power dynamic that blurred consent. While that’s certainly interesting, I’m far more intrigued by her more subtle revelation about Jimmy Kimmel.

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Jane Curtin is a Serious Badass on WWHL

Jane Curtin and Harvey Fierstein on Watch What Happens Live
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Jane Curtin is a badass. As an original cast member on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ she’s a pioneer who paved the way for many of the women who came after her, and by all accounts, she’s normal. If you ever read ‘Live From New York’ written by James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales, you’d learn more about her legendary status, with one select quote from Rosie Shuster, a writer on the long-running series who later married Lorne Michaels.

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HBO’s ‘The Sentence’ — A Gripping, Powerful Documentary

HBO Documentary, The Sentence ‘The Sentence,’ a new documentary by Rudy Valdez airing today on HBO, is one of the most powerful pieces of filmmaking I’ve seen in years. The documentary focuses on Cindy Shank, a woman who was sentenced to 15 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Though the cocaine belonged to her boyfriend at the time, she broke the law by not reporting it. Her boyfriend was later murdered.

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