09:55 PM EDT 11/18/2014
Originally posted 05/06/2014 11:40AM
PEOPLE Deputy Editor JD Heyman gives an inside look at the annual bash
Originally posted 05/04/2014 11:00PM
Was the place-to-be this weekend at the White House – or in Memphis?
Between a very royal wedding and a star-studded D.C. affair, here's what you missed:
5. In Case You've Ever Wondered What It's Like to Kiss Andrew GarfieldSo, this usually plays out a little differently in our dreams ... but on this weekend's edition of Saturday Night Live, things got way sticky and Spider-Man himself needed a little help laying the moves on on-and off-screen girlfriend Emma Stone. Or a lot of help, but who's counting?
Watch to find out who saved the day!
Originally posted 05/04/2014 10:30AM
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Originally posted 05/04/2014 12:00AM
In case you missed it: President Barack Obama pushed politics aside Saturday night in the name of some good, nonpartisan fun.
Democrats, Republicans – no one was safe from the jokes (or able to hold back the laughter) when the commander-in-chief took the lectern at the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.
And if Obama's opener wasn't enough to unite Congress, well, the event's emcee, Joel McHale, might have sealed the deal. When you're done ogling the stars' best looks of the night, here are the best lines of the night.
Originally posted 05/01/2014 01:15PM
The White House Correspondents' Association Dinner has come a long way since its inception in 1920. (For example, did you know that until 1962, it was only open to men, even though the WHCA's contained women? That year – at the urging of Helen Thomas – JFK refused to attend until the ban on women was lifted.)
In its early years, the dinner featured a mix of singers, dancers and comedians as performers; not until 1983 when Mark Russell headlined did the practice of having a comedian host the event become the norm.
Since then, the Dinner has become a springboard for politically inclined comics to showcase their best material. Here are our five faves. Good luck to this year's host Joel McHale: He's got some big shoes to fill.
Originally posted 05/02/2014 09:00AM
Politics may make strange bedfellows, but Washington D.C.'s most star-studded night always makes for some interesting table talk.
Originally posted 02/14/2014 11:40AM
Something tells us this year's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner will be particularly entertaining.
Originally posted 11/20/2013 11:00AM
It's Joel McHale's birthday Wednesday, and we'd like to take this opportunity to wish the star of The Soup and Community a very happy 42nd!
Here are five reasons we love him.
Originally posted 07/14/2013 03:20AM
Hollywood was left stunned Saturday at the news that 31-year-old Glee star Cory Monteith was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room.
"Speechless," Taylor Swift Tweeted. "And for the worst reason."
Glee's executives producers released a joint statement: “We are deeply saddened by this tragic news. Cory was an exceptional talent and an even more exceptional person. He was a true joy to work with and we will all miss him tremendously. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones."
Here's how Hollywood paid tribute to Monteith on social media:
Originally posted 06/22/2012 11:15AM
Joe Manganiello bares all for his role as a stripper in Magic Mike, opening next Friday. But even now that filming has ended, he's still not shy about stripping down – sort of.
Manganiello, 35, appeared on The Soup this week, donning a prosthetic beer gut.
"That's right, ladies," the True Blood star deadpanned. "Soak it in. The six-pack is here."
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