Last month, Kim Kardashian graced the cover of GQ, and got uncharacteristically shady toward Taylor Swift in the interview. We all know of Taylor’s history with Kim’s husband, Kanye West, but always the well-trained media darling, we’ve never really seen/heard Kim publicly bash anyone like that. Guess those claws come out when you mess with Mama Bear’s family!
By now, we’ve all heard how badly Rich Homie Quan butchered Biggie’s verse on “Get Money” during his tribute performance at Hip-Hop Honors on Monday night. While discussing the flub on her show the next day, Wendy Williams attempted to give the Atlanta native a little rap lesson – problem is, she didn’t have the words right either! “You wanna sip Mo’ on my living room floor,” Wendy rapped – so far, so good. “Play Nintendo with Cease A Leo.” Incorrect, ma’am!
Dr. Miami will soon be taking his plastic surgery from your Snapchat screens to your TV screens! WE tv has officially ordered 6 hour-long episodes of a forthcoming unscripted reality series about the popular plastic surgeon and his practices. “We love this show because Dr. Salzhauer is a completely unique and authentic individual who is at the top of his profession and using social media in an innovative and powerful way,” said WE tv president Marc Juris. “Plastic-surgery shows have become a staple of unscripted TV, but a surgeon using Snapchat and other social platforms to literally bring fans into the operating room represents a bold and fresh twist that connects old and new media and will give us additional opportunities to attract and engage WE tv viewers.”
After just eight episodes, Mike Epps and Nia Long’s ABC comedy Uncle Buck has been canned. Though the show had pretty decent ratings over its four-week run, it was panned by many television critics and ultimately did not make it to season two. Check out reactions from Epps and more in the gallery.
Donald Glover, or in hip-hop Childish Gambino, has his “Atlanta” FX series set to premiere in September. With the anticipation building following the release of the trailer, we get an official date for it’s release.
Parents and kids started losing their minds last week, after Disney Junior’s list of renewed shows for the upcoming TV season did not include the beloved Doc McStuffins. This prompted the hashtag #RenewDocMcStuffins to start immediately trending, but fear not – it’s not going anywhere!
Marc Lamont Hill will join Amber Rose as new personalities tapped by VH1 to bring them into the late-night talk show market. Unlike Rose, however, Hill’s show will not focus around sex. Instead, VH1 Live promises to deliver a pop culture spin on entertainment news and gossip.