Famed NY gossip columnist Liz Smith dead at 94

Longtime gossip columnist Liz Smith, who started her column at the New York Daily News in 1976, has died, according to the newspaper. She was 94.


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‘Gossip Girl’ Turns 10: Looking Back At The Show’s Most Iconic Moments

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Turns out, when it comes to binge-watching, we're all have more similar habits than we realize. In a new study, Netflix revealed that the pilot of a show is rarely the episode that gets us…


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Fetty Wap Blasts Gossip Website: “Suck My D***”

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Earlier today (Aug. 23),  a seemingly agitated Fetty Wap posted a video to his personal Instagram account. In it, the “My Way,” rapper refuted rumors by MediaTakeOut that he was robbed and that his locs were pulled out. According to the sensational website, while he performed in Washington D.C. at Club Stadium he was allegedly confronted and brutalized by a group of goons.

In a candid caption that accompanied the video, the Patterson native added, “@mediatakeout suck my d*** 

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‘Gossip Girl’ Star’s White House Petition To Bring Her Kids Home Hits Crucial Goal

Actress Kelly Rutherford’s petition asking the White House to help bring her children back to the U.S. hit a key goal — 100,000 signatures — on Tuesday after other stars promoted it on social media.

A petition on the We the People website needs to reach that number of signatures to garner White House review.

Rutherford is locked in a six-year custody battle with her former husband, German businessman Daniel Giersch, over their two children. A California judge has signed off on the children living with Giersch in France, Entertainment Tonight reported.

Her petition, which was launched at the end of April, has been backed by star power, including tweets from her former “Gossip Girl” cast mate Ed Westwick.

Kim Kardashian also tweeted her support for Rutherford on Tuesday, saying she sympathized with her as a fellow mother.

Other celebrities, including former “Gossip Girl” cast mate Matthew Settle, Marcia Cross, Selma Blair, Lisa Rinna and Cindy Crawford have all voiced support for Rutherford in her custody battle.

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Why The Royals Is the New Gossip Girl

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Flash back to the year 2007: Bangs were sported by everyone from Kate Moss to Reese Witherspoon, Prada made turbans chic (especially when paired with a banana-print skirt), Valentino celebrated its 45th anniversary with a lavish three-day soiree in Rome, and television had been forever altered by the release of Gossip Girl. A cast of relative newcomers—Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Chace Crawford, and Penn Badgley—took to the screen and captivated audiences with tales of New York’s super elite for six seasons. Since its finale in 2012, television has been waiting for a new show to fill the decadent void left by Gossip Girl, and now we have our successor: The Royals.

The Royals, the first ever scripted show from E!, turns tabloid fodder into plot lines: A princess’s dalliance with a bodyguard? Check. Two redheaded cousins who are battling it out for the throne? Double check. The royal kids’ lives being filtered through handlers? Indeed.



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But the show doesn’t only traffic in splashy scandals. Elizabeth Hurley, who plays Queen Helena, gives the show its polish. Her stiff upper lip is paired with high-wattage, form-fitting dresses and clever barbs. While she now plays a queen on television, Hurley, an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust, has spent a lot of time with a real life royal and assured us that the show is entirely rooted in fiction.

“Prince Charles is just fabulous,” Hurley said at the show’s New York premiere on Monday, wearing a Lorena Sarbu dress. “He must be everyone’s Mister Right and I think he’s going to make an excellent king one day.”



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Hurley’s onscreen son Prince Liam, played by William Moseley, claims his posh costar has some things in common with HRH Queen Elizabeth II. “They’re both very, very majestic ladies and very polite” said Moseley in a suit by The Kooples. “I think Elizabeth Hurley—in our show—is depicted as very tough.”

Moseley, who plays a playboy prince (sound familiar?), captivates on-screen with his Cheshire cat–like grin. But nobody takes fun to a new level—on the show at least—like Princess Eleanor, played by Alexandra Park. The first episode follows the fall-out when her penchant for partying winds up as front-page news. A wild side certainly doesn’t scare away Park, who says her favorite royal is Prince Harry. “Just because he’s more of a badass, I think he’d be fun,” she said.

The show’s buzz has reached a fever pitch and the network has taken heed: The Royals has secured its second season before even airing. Not even Gossip Girl pulled that off.



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The Royals airs on E! Sunday, March 15, at 10:00 p.m.

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Fleetwood Mac's New Music Will Override 40 Years Of Gossip

Fleetwood Mac's New Music Will Override 40 Years Of GossipThe most interesting narrative of Fleetwood Mac — one every music writer hopes to chronicle and every fan dreams about when reading between the lines of "Rumours" — involves romance and adultery. The stories behind lyrics of heartbreak and betrayal and love and acceptance are well-documented, but in recent interviews with Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie, the bandmates assert that the past is just that. Fleetwood Mac released its best-selling album "Rumours" 40 years ago; Christine McVie left the band 16 years ago.



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