• Clinton Kelly and Stacy London aren't buds

    On Wednesday, Clinton Kelly tweeted a photo showing that Stacy London had blocked him on Twitter. "Alllll righty then," Kelly wrote. Kelly and London found fame on the hit TLC series, which ended its run after a decade in 2013. Fans of "What Not to Wear" loved how Kelly and London appeared to be in sync.

  • Comcast has approached 21st Century Fox about a major deal

    Rupert Murdoch is serious about selling 21st Century Fox, and he has suitors. Both Comcast and Verizon have approached 21st Century Fox about acquiring most of the company, sources familiar with the talks told CNN on Thursday. The news comes ten days after revelations that 21st Century Fox had previously been in talks with Disney about a similar acquisition. Disney is no longer in talks with Fox, though those talks could be revisited. 21st Century Fox shares jumped by more than 8% in after-hours trading on Thursday. Sources familiar with the talks said Comcast and Verizon were interested in acquiring the same assets that Disney had expressed interest in: Fox's movie and television studios, entertainment

  • Scandals provide reason to distinguish stars from their work

    "I can't listen to it now," Colbert said regarding Cosby's albums. "I can't separate it." More recently, Louis C.K.'s admission to misconduct has prompted soul searching, with some revisiting favorable reviews of his critically lauded TV series "Louie" in light of the revelations. Notably, even Louis C.K.'s now-shelved movie, "I Love You, Daddy," grapples with similar issues. In the film, the comic auteur plays a TV producer who is star-struck by a legendary director obviously inspired by Woody Allen -- played by John Malkovich -- until the "old perv," as he's described, begins a relationship with the producer's 17-year-old daughter. Chalk it up, perhaps, to years of exposure to the entertainment

  • U.S. panel accuses Chinese journalists of spying for Beijing

    Life could become more complicated for Chinese journalists working in the U.S. A new report by a U.S. government panel has called for staff members of Chinese state-run media groups in the U.S. to be made to register as foreign agents. The U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission alleged Wednesday that journalists at some Chinese media organizations engage in spying activities, feeding information back to the Chinese government. The report comes just days after the production company behind the American version of the Russian state-funded network RT officially filed as a foreign agent following pressure from the Department of Justice. The report Wednesday by the commission, which was

  • Old Vic reveals 20 Spacey allegations

    The Old Vic theatre says it has received 20 personal testimonies of alleged inappropriate behaviour by Kevin Spacey, who was its artistic director between 2004 and 2015. Those affected said they "felt unable to raise concerns", and he "operated without sufficient accountability". The London theatre said it "truly apologises" for not creating a culture where people felt able to speak freely. The BBC has contacted Spacey's legal representatives for comment. The Old Vic's announcement follows recent allegations of sexual harassment and predatory behaviour made against the double Oscar winner and former House of Cards actor while at the theatre. Spacey has not responded to them. The actor's behaviour

  • Rose McGowan surrenders to authorities on drug charges

    (CNN)Actress Rose McGowan turned herself in to authorities in Loudoun County, Virginia, on Tuesday in response to an arrest warrant on charges of drug possession. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority obtained the warrant on February 1, 2017 after authorities allegedly found traces of narcotics in her personal belongings that were left behind on a United flight in January to Washington D.C. "There is a warrant out for my arrest in Virginia," she tweeted at the time. The actress is one of dozens of women who came forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment or assault.

  • 'Veep' production postponed amid Julia Louis-Dreyfus cancer treatment

    (CNN)Production on the seventh and final season of HBO's "Veep" has been postponed as star Julia Louis-Dreyfus continues treatment for breast cancer. Executive producer Frank Rich confirmed the delay in an interview with Sirius XM's The Press Pool. "The expectation is we will shoot again," Rich said. "We have one more season we're doing, which we're incredibly excited about." Louis-Dreyfus announced her diagnosis in late September, just days after she made Emmy history for her sixth consecutive win in the best actress in a comedy category. HBO said at the time that the show's production schedule would be adjusted to accommodate Louis-Dreyfus' heath needs. While undergoing treatment, Louis-Dreyfus