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Chelsea Handler Admits to Using Tinder for Hookups: 'I'm Not Really Looking for a Boyfriend on Tinder'
Originally posted 08/19/2016 09:50AM
[YOUTUBE "2zpcwyfFBCs"] "I'm not really looking for a boyfriend on Tinder," comedian Chelsea Handler told the dating app's co-founder and CEO Sean Rad.
Interviewing the 29-year-old tech mogul on Friday's episode of her Netflix show 'Chelsea", Handler admitted that she only uses the app to hook up with guys she'll "never have to see again."
"If I'm in different areas of the world, and I'm like 'Oh who's in this area...' " she said.
Originally posted 08/15/2016 01:15PM
Jodie Sweetin, aka Stephanie Tanner, opened up in a new interview about the possibility of having Michelle Tanner (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) make an appearance on the Full House spinoff, Fuller House, and it isn't promising.
Originally posted 08/03/2016 06:25PM
Stranger Things is the perfect summer binge watch – fun, suspenseful and beautifully shot, with heroes and heroines that make you say, "she looks like this person I know" – and then they're up against a super creepy monster. It's the kind of show that makes you feel sad when it's over (there are already rumblings about a second season). Kate Hudson called it "all kinds of awesome." Plus the music is cool.
Is There a Pregnancy on the Gilmore Girls Revival? Mysterious Apple Sets Instagram Ablaze with Theories
Originally posted 08/03/2016 01:45PM
A version of this article previously appeared on EW.com.
Snuggles on Set! John Stamos and Dave Coulier Take a 'Quick Power Nappy' Before Taping Fuller House Season 2
Originally posted 07/29/2016 10:50PM
John Stamos, 52, took to Twitter Friday to share an adorable picture of him and his costars Dave Coulier, 56, and Elias Harger, 8.
"Quick power nappy before taping @fullerhouse w/ the boys," he captioned the shot of the three snuggling in a twin bed.
Michelle Yeoh on Inspiring Marco Polo Role: 'It's Very Important to Empower Women to Believe They Can Do Things Without Men'
Originally posted 07/22/2016 07:00PM
Former Bond girl Michelle Yeoh isn't arm candy any longer.
The 53-year-old, who joined Netflix's Marco Polo's second season this year, has her own leading role and continues to kick butt on screen.
Yeoh tells PEOPLE her role involves a lot of stunts, which she "loves every moment of."
"In the past, the action sequences that we do, we work very closely with the stunt people," she says. "It was fabulous because I had some amazing stunt people from China, of course, and all the Mongolian stunt people, from Germany, from Kazakhstan. It was fascinating to be part of the group and working so closely with them."
Originally posted 07/21/2016 04:35PM
Thanks to upcoming roles in the highly-anticipated new Netflix series The Get Down and on the big screen in next year's Baywatch movie, the up-and-coming actor, who's also fresh out of Yale's School of Drama, is primed for the big time – even if it all still seems surreal.
"I woke up two months ago and said "Whoa, whoa whoa! I'm an actor, how?" Abdul-Mateen II tells PEOPLE in this week's issue. "A few months ago I was still in school and no one knew who I was and now I'm on a show and my publicist is calling me! It's so exciting. I'm just taking things day by day."
Originally posted 07/15/2016 10:25AM
The Gilmore Girls actress opened up to PEOPLE on Thursday after announcing the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards nominations alongside black-ish nominee Anthony Anderson about the feelings she had returning to the beloved series after nearly 10 years.
"I relished it, and I'm ruined for life because there's no more perfect fit I feel like for me than that writing and that show," she said. "I'm so glad I got to do it again. I just can't even explain it. It was everything I wanted it to be and more."
Originally posted 07/14/2016 09:05AM
The Orange Is the New Black star appears in a video for Teen Vogue in which she shares, "You are 18 years old and you're getting ready to embark on the greatest journey of your life. This is what I want you to know ...."
Originally posted 07/12/2016 02:15PM
"The kids were amazing – it's really their show," Ryder told PEOPLE at the premiere of the atmospheric adventure/horror series in Los Angeles. "They were just remarkable!"
The series, set in small town Indiana in 1983, follows a set of preteens and a set of teenagers in the wake of the paranormal disappearance of a local boy.
"It was really nice to see that these particular actors genuinely enjoyed acting," said Ryder, 44. "A lot of times, I've had experiences with kids that were sort of pushed into it, and maybe didn't really want to be doing it, but ... there wasn't any of that. So it was like this genuine [experience]. They just genuinely really, really loved it. Which I did, too, at that age!"
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