Ever since Kim Kardashian and Kanye West tied the knot on May 24, Wendy Williams has been telling the world that the union wouldn't last more than 72 days (the length of Kardashian's previous marriage to Kris Humphries).
Cut to 114 days later, and not only is Kimye still going strong, but Williams is eating crow – literally!
Proving she's a woman of her word, Williams went on her talk show Monday and cooked up some crow gumbo with the help of a gourmet chef. Williams then donned a crow bib and dug into the bird food, which she described as "not so bad."
The post-Barbara Walters version of The View made its premiere Monday on ABC, using Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" to greet the new panel: "The haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate… I shake it off, shake it off."
This seems like a rather defensive posture for a show starting its 18th season.
But then again.
Other than new host Rosie Perez talking about how she learned kung fu "just in case I had to kick some ass," the hour didn't go too well. It was stiff, polite and airless, like one of those Taiwanese parody cartoons that "dramatize" news scandals.
There is nothing warm and fuzzy about doing hard time, unless you add the right music.
Genius YouTube user Robert Jones created a new intro for Netflix hit Orange Is the New Black by replacing Regina Spektor's tune with the Golden Girls theme. The new ditty transforms the cavity searches and cold showers of Litchfield into '80s comedy fun.
Karina Smirnoff is a former Dancing with the Stars champion, having won the coveted mirror-ball trophy in season 13 with J.R. Martinez. The pro dancer is now in her 16th season on the show, and will be blogging for PEOPLE about competing with actor and retired mixed martial arts fighter Randy Couture for season 19.
Preparations for this week have been going amazingly. I've been a fan of my partner, Randy Couture, for years. My dog, Randy Smirnoff, is named after Randy Couture! When I saw he was my partner, I was like, "Oh my gosh, my dad will be so excited." Randy's his favorite fighter, too.
Being an Olympic wrestler as well as an ex-soldier, Randy has discipline and dedication that are unbeatable. For a man of Randy's stature – he's tall, very muscular, very built – it's not the easiest thing to be light on the feet and to be a "twinkle toes." He's been working so hard and has made progress, and how much he's done since Day One is amazing. I'm very proud of him.
Lauren Morelli, a writer for Orange Is the New Black, and her husband of two years, Steve Basilone, have split – and she's finding love with one of the show's female stars, Samira Wiley.
Morelli and Basilone filed for divorce jointly and split amicably, according to documents obtained by TMZ.
In May, the writer penned an essay on Identities.Mic about how she realized she was gay while writing for OITNB.
"I realized I was gay in fall 2012, one of my first days on the set," wrote Morelli.
Things got real for The Real Housewives of New Jersey Sunday night.
Breast cancer survivor Amber Marchese received stressful news after going to see her doctor for her five-year checkup.
"This is always a time of stress … you always fear the worst," Marchese said at church during Lent before her tests. "I'm always praying I'm healthy and have a long life with my children."
However, "the tests were inconclusive," an emotional Marchese told her husband after her doctor called about her bloodwork. "He wanted me to return for more testing … that's never happened. If I have a relapse, it doesn't look so good. You know that."
Tennis superstar Zina Garrison is used to being in charge.
How do you get to Sesame Street?! Twitter users want to know, and Jimmy Fallon went straight to the source.
The Tonight Show host recently asked his fans to tweet their childhood confessions along with the hashtag #WhenIWasAKid. Instead of reading the silly entries himself on Thurday's show, Fallon brought out the masters of childhood entertainment: the furry residents of Sesame Street.
They're already doing group hugs on The View.
The talk show released the first official photo of its new hosting panel to PEOPLE in anticipation of its Sept. 15 return to ABC.
Veteran panelist Whoopi Goldberg will be joined by three personalities – the returning Rosie O'Donnell, actress Rosie Perez and former MSNBC analyst Nicolle Wallace – for the show's 18th season debut.
Expect lots of getting-to-know-you talk among the newest fearsome foursome as they prepare for life without Barbara Walters, one of the show's founders in 1997. Walters left the show in May.