Or, at the very least, the head of his record label didn't.
And it's hard to ignore.
Winfrey on saving her network—and letting go of the imperative to uplift constantly.
And actually comments on the prospect of NikkiFinke.com.
And the drama continues.
They've misspelled Ke$ha's name.
The former Village Voice film critic will now write for ARTINFO.
Haven't you ever wondered what Us Weekly doesn't run?
The Silver Fox is not too happy about the rapper's new rom-com.
We wish her luck out there.
The 'Vanity Fair' editor has been spotted filming with Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon.
O'Brien: "What is wrong with you people?!"
Plus, Bruce Springsteen discovers that he and Jimmy Fallon suffer from the same kind of insanity, on our regular late-night roundup.
They didn't ask "cute-ass questions."
'Glee' creator still doesn't feel 'Newsweek' has offered proper apology for article.
Ryan Murphy pushes for boycott until the magazine offers an apology.
She "was shocked on many levels" to see a "horrendously homophobic" article on its website.
We've been trying to digest the new 'Village Voice' music poll, but instead, let us regurgitate it.
Superagent Andrew Wylie is "an ice sculpture of a tropic general, a moisturized fist of virile elegance."