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His demands? First, the attorney says Edmonds must retract her statements that Ayers is “faking” his cancer. Second, she must say that any claims he forged his record are false. And third, she must say she has “no personal knowledge” of his condition. All of these statements must be made “on national television,” the attorney insists… Continue reading Shut Up Or I’ll Sue! Brooks Ayers Sends Meghan Edmonds Legal Letter Over Cancer Fakery Comments — ‘RHOC’ Star’s Threats Exposed

Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband, Kris Humphries, got an unpleasant reminder of what life was like caught up in the reality family’s drama when he made the bad decision to tweet about Bruce Jenner’s ABC interview with Diane Sawyer.

“Man, I’m glad I got out when I did. #Gottadoyou,” he wrote his almost 900,000 followers.

Humphries message was instantly met with mostly hostile responses from fans who lambasted him for his… Continue reading Kim Kardashian’s Ex Kris Humphries Apologizes For Insensitive Comments Following Bruce Jenner Interview — ‘I Was Too Vague’

The comment section is a scary, scary (and, sometimes, rather funny) placeand now E! is going there with Comments Section.

The network has given the greenlight to the pilot, which will be executive produced by The Soup host Joel McHale and will star comedian Michael Kosta. In the pilot, Kosta will comment on comments in a probably snarky mannerthink @Midnight or, well, The Soup. 

There’s no date set yet for… Continue reading E! greenlights Joel McHale-produced ‘Comments Section’

A&E broke its silence on Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson’s anti-gay comments late Wednesday.

The cable network announced Robertson is off the hit show for the time being.

The network issued the following statement to EW: “We are extremely disappointed to have read Phil Robertson’s comments in GQ, which are based on his own personal beliefs and are not reflected in the series Duck Dynasty. His personal views in no way reflect… Continue reading ‘Duck Dynasty’ star suspended for anti-gay comments

For “Titanic” fanatics, reliving the biggest cry-fest of your adolescence was kind of a dream come true. But when the film rolled out 14 years later — and in stunning 3D — something was a little off.

Hardly anyone blinked when the 1997 juggernaut raked in another chunk of change. What was new, however, was Kate Winslet, the film’s heroine, sharing her very candid, eye-rolling, vomit inducing-feelings the second time around.

So… Continue reading James Cameron On Kate Winslet's 'Titanic' Comments: 'Get Over It'