Because a month in 2018 wouldn’t be complete without someone in power in the entertainment industry being exposed as an (alleged) pervy lech, the rumored New Yorker piece by Ronan Farrow on Les Moonves, 68, has come out. And it’s exactly as advertised. Several women have come forward to accuse the CBS Corporation’s chairman and CEO of sexual harassment. People reports that Les’ wife, animatronic Big Brother and The Talk hostess Julie Chen, has elected to take the stand by your man route. Maybe there’s an air-tight prenup? Continue reading
Back in February, Rose McGowan’s book tour for Brave showed signs of possibly going down in flames. So Rose decided to take a little time out from the spotlight. Rose is back to promote the next episodes of her E! docuseries Citizen Rose, and clearly she’s been storing thoughts like a squirrel stores nuts for the winter, because she’s got a lot to say.
The 2018 TIME 100 Gala was held last night in New York City to celebrate Time magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people. And whether the people were influential or not, the red carpet fashion pulled from a variety of sources. Like Leslie Jones in Christian Siriano, who is giving you Grace Jones after stopping at Studio 54 while thinking,”I wonder what the rent is on this place? Do they pay monthly or yearly? You know what, hand me my coke spoon and purse, I’m leaving to pursue a career in commercial real estate.”
Ronan Farrow’s latest exposé for The New Yorker is all about Donald Trump and his cheating ways. Much like Stormy Daniels’ story, this one also involves an alleged NDA and a pay-off, and a timeline that puts it not too far away from when Melania Trump gave birth to their son Barron.
Two years ago, Ronan Farrow – son of Mia Farrow, estranged son of Woody Allen and possible son of Frank Sinatra – had a show on MSNBC called Ronan Farrow Daily. It aired for a year before getting canceled. He continued to work for NBC, but according to Page Six, his deal with NBC and MSNBC is up. Ronan is coming off a hot week, thanks to his own exposé about Harvey Weinstein for The New Yorker. And apparently that has caused other networks to circle Junior Blue Eyes.
When Woody Allen was promoting Cafe Society at Cannes back in May, The Hollywood Reporter published an op-ed piece by his son Ronan Farrow in which he shat on Hollywood for celebrating and throwing money at the alleged pedo prune. Ronan brought up the allegations that were made by his sister Dylan Farrow and called out a few of the stars of Cafe Society, like Blake Lively and Kristen Stewart, for working with Woody. After it was published, Woody told Variety that he didn’t read it and sort of shrugged it off like it was a bad review. Fast forward to three months later, and Woody is talking about it again.