Anyone feel like they didn't hear ENOUGH about Kaley Cuoco's partnership with / love of Panera's new Beverage Station? Well, lucky for you, there's a lot more where that came from. Beyond Kaley's love for low-cal beverages, we've got an explanation of why James Blunt appears to be *everywhere*, why even a SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD didn't get Katy Perry's "Swish Swish" video, if Swipe Up is the new Link in Bio, and why John Stamos was hanging out with Nina Dobrev and Chord Overstreet at an '80s Labor Day party.
Look, we know Catherine Zeta-Jones is a Them, but her new line of home goods, aptly named Casa Zeta-Jones, is *absolutely* a Who. After exploring her minimal--though immensely satisfying--internet presence (have you ever SEEN an Instagram grid as good as hers?!), we move on to stories about Derek Hough's love for veganism, the way Us Weekly covered Abigail Anderson's wedding (Spoiler: they don't show the bride's face), and play a special Labor Day game of 'Labor Day or Labor Nay'.
First we tips from Fame Game author and all-around celebrity expert, Rachel McCord, by reading her website. Then, we use those tips to investigate the recent (and past!) scandal's of Louise Linton—yes, the Instagram getting-off-the-plane lady. Plus, did LOST produce any Thems? And we discover the most important thing that happened surrounding MTV's VMAs this year. (No, it wasn't any of the actual awards.)
Well well well, Bobby finally sat down and watched not ONE but TWO movies about an unexpectedly romantic season in a vineyard over the weekend, and has plenty to say about the experience. We chase that full-bodied cabernet sauvignon with a little chatter about Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi's 100% totally real engagement, Jessie J's love of Cheetos, Dylan Sprouse's (the non-Jughead Sprouse) hypnotic non-admission of guilt, and--after a rundown of this year's Whoiest VMA nominees--the most UPSETTING Rita Ora story of 2017.
Are you ready for Summer in the Whoniverse?
We're back after last week's technical difficulty—which may have been caused by the eclipse? What else was caused by the eclipse? The sudden resurgence of Bonnie Tyler (and her back-up band, DNCE). Plus, some bonus goss for our weekly Kevin Can Wait Update; CBB's Gemma Collins and Sarah Harding, Jenna Bush's brief stand-up comedy career and a disgusting candy store called The Sugar Factory.
Fam, did y'all watch the Teen Choice Awards? Cool, cool, cool. We didn't either. Not one second of it—not that it'll stop us from talking about it. Congrats to Musers(?) like Max & Harvey for...showing up? And to every cast member of Pretty Little Liars (but not Chad Lowe). On today's episode: Italian playboy Gianluca Vacchi, future college classmates Brooklyn Beckham and Sailor Brinkley Cook, Who? Them? Dick Wolf and What's Rachael Leigh Cook Up To?
Did you hear the news? Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder had a baby! Did you hear the other news? They named it Bodhi Soleil Reed Somerhalder! Did you hear the other *other* news? They're taking "one month of silence" without visitors or phones, so it looks like we won't be hearing from them! (We doubt they'll make it more than a couple of days.) Also featured in today's episode: The Kevin Can Wait Update (a new weekly feature), Jeremy Meeks, (the hot felon who has a scorned wife and a billionaire girlfriend), and RITA—whose album was delayed *yet again*.
On today's call-in edition of Who? Weekly—we're shook over The Bachelorette finale (but mostly by her #spon); we're shook over how Anna Faris and Chris Pratt released their break-up news (Are iMessages the new Notes app?); we're shook that YouTube legend is living in the Celebrity Big Brother house; and we're shook by the breakout star of The CW's The Bold Type. (HINT: She's an icon and a legend.)
We couldn't help ourselves. Today's episode begins with even more chatter about Erinn Hayes, the ***FORMER*** star of Kevin Can Wait who was cruelly killed off by bigwigs at CBS who think America would prefer Leah Remini. (They're not wrong, but we're still sad about Erinn.) Later, the smelly pu...vagina story heard 'round the world--or at least in the general vicinity of Bravo--has finally come to an end. Next up, Lindsey makes Bobby play a game about two very recent Wholebrity weddings. And finally, Rita was allegedly chosen by teens.
First, the new Jessica Biel USA show that has us asking...Why are we seeing the poster for this wherever we go? Then, speaking of new TV shows, we get the full rundown (from a local!) of MTV's Laguna Beach knock-off, Siesta Key. Plus, who's Poppy and why is the internet obsessed with her? And why is Justin Bieber cancelling his world tour to hang out with a sexy preacher named Carl?
Welcome to the world, Gravity Blue Smith! We're so pleased to have you here. As your first duty on this planet, we're gonna go over all the Boys in Charli XCX's brand new music video "Boys". (It's a lot of boys, am I right?) Get yourself some breastmilk to go, because it's going to be quite the ride. Then, do you know who Deidre Ball is? Don't worry, I didn't either until this week. We're so proud of you and hope you grow up to be what Cindy Adams would call "a non-person"!
First, an A-Block like you've never experienced (and never will again, hopefully)...Doctor Who-Gives-a-Fuck, am I right? Don't answer that. Then, Girls Trip breakout star Tiffany Haddish, Jake Paul, a breakdown of the "Whoiest name", Bella Thorne v Bella Hadid and Kardashian hanger-ons Scotty Cunha and Simon Huck inspire us to invent a new acronym: THAMPS. You'll have to listen to hear what it means!
Two Monday interviews in a row? You're so lucky. Also, we were *so* on vacation, but more on that in the intro. (Which, by the way, doesn't sound GREAT because idyllic cabins aren't great for recording, so please forgive us.) Joining us in this episode is iconic wine drinker, complainer, podcast host, author, and Harry Styles fan Matt Bellassai! He talks to us about what it's like to be a Who with a VERY unique internet fandom, the Whos and Thems of celebrity wine brands, and--how could we forget--Christy Carlson Romano.
From Full House offspring to someone's god-sister getting the DO NOT DATE HIM warning of a lifetime, welcome to yet another episode of Who's There, in which we take your calls and try not to get stuff wrong. Today: Can you name any members of Imagine Dragons? Can you name the new Doctor Who? (Hint: It's a woman.) Can you name anyone in the 1999 film, "The Blair Witch Project"? We don't talk about that last thing, I was just wondering if you could.
In honor of Canada's 150th birthday (you don't look a day over 100, queen!), today's episode features the star of legendary Canadian export, Degrassi, Lauren Collins! That's right: PAIGE. Lauren chats about Canadian whos, how often she's recognized in America, and her most famous former classmate, Aubrey Drake Graham.
R.I.P. Ghenghis Kahn (the original), who died what we learn is a horrible death. On to more cheery topics, Lele Pons (Remember her?) tried to donate her weave to Locks of Love and Christopher Nolan "has no idea" who Harry Styles is...err...was...before he cast him in Dunkirk. Plus, are there Them bands with all Who members? And when was the exact moment in time when YOU realized that Oliver Hudson was Kate Hudson's brother? Find out in this week's Who's There!
Instead of boring you with dozens of Shookus puns, let's just get right to the point: this week we discuss Ben Affleck's new girlfriend Lindsay Shookus (specifically why she reminds us of Nina Katz), Khloe Kardashian's favorite florist (he's a Cleveland teen), and Julianne Hough's wedding--WHICH FINALLY HAPPENED. Plus: we play a "game" about celebrity dog names.
Oh, and one more thing...Rita's writing a movie.
Back from a long holiday weekend, and we missed a Nikki Blonsky Instagram livestream? WHAT? Catch up with us on that journey, as well for details on Brie Larson's music career, which Haim sister is Bobby's favorite (HINT: it's the Who-iest one), Suki Waterhouse's latest starring(!) role, the Whos and Thems of nuts and what exactly is WhoSay and why do some celebs still use it?
This week on Who's There? it's true, we're catering to YOU. First, more on Rihanna's new hook-up, Hassan Jameel, and whyyyyy that explains her 'feud' with Naomi Campbell. Then, who remains a Who post-Pretty Little Liars? Is it...all of them? Some of them? A newly-mommy'd mommy vlogger named Acacia Brinley who does some of the most impressive Instagram #spon we've ever seen. James Packer gets himself into some trouble with the Israel government? (And Mariah has no idea what we're talking about.) Ed Westwick got a new girlfriend and her name SOUNDS familiar? Anyone? Bueller? Teresa Giudice Vagina Monologues?
Amina and Shani are back this week for another installment of Who Dat, and there's SO much to cover. From the basketball player whose last name is literally Ball and whose company branding looks like the Better Business Bureau logo to whether or not Blair Underwood is a Them. (SPOILER: HE IS DEFINITELY A THEM, YOU MONSTERS!) P.S. if you know the person in charge of Rachel Lindsay's Instagram account (or of you're Rachel Lindsay herself), please get in touch with Amina IMMEDIATELY.