RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Robbie Turner has finally come clean about that mysterious Uber accident she reported on social media. Robbie somehow got Entertainment Weekly to conduct an exclusive interview, the results of which are riddled with inconsistencies and sprinkled liberally with WTFs. Ultimately, Robbie says she was drugged (possibly, maybe) and had “a very vivid dream”. Robbie also took the opportunity to take her critics to task for “calling out” which she says is the new bullying.
Season 8 RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Robbie Turner, whose actual name is Jeremy Baird, might be the fishiest queen in Drag Race herstory. And that’s not because Robbie’s tuck is sublime, it’s because a story Robbie posted on Twitter and Facebook about getting into a fatal accident while riding in an Uber, sounds fishy as fuck.
Eduardo Yanez, a Mexican telenovela star, is being investigated on assault and battery charges after he slapped a reporter upside the head during a red carpet interview in L.A. No, Univision reporter Paco Fuentes didn’t ask Eduardo to stick his hands in the Mani-Cam, he asked him about his son Eduardo Yanez Jr.
Angelina Jolie is a fickle pickle. One minute she’s spilling her guts to People and Vanity Fair; the next, she’s ALLEGEDLY getting all prickly during an interview with Juju Chang for Nightline when asked about her divorce from Brad Pitt.
People can’t quite seem to get enough of the British monarchy on TV and in the movies as evidenced by the staggering number of Queens Elizabeth we’ve seen in recent years. Playing The Queen must be catnip to an actress what with the gowns, the Oscar/Emmy bait and the bottomless cups of Twinings on set.
Margot Robbie is the latest actress to make her royal dreams come true and don the crown on the silver screen as The Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I in the upcoming movie Mary Queen of Scots. Starring alongside (or more likely, in the vicinity of) Taylor Swift’s trick of the month Joe Alwyn, Margot gets all dolled up for the role of a lifetime. Only when I say dolled up I really mean dolled up.