The music numbers need work in Fey’s musical version of her cult hit film
Tina Brown’s ‘The Vanity Fair Diaries’ dishes on Donald Trump, Shirley MacLaine and gossip star Liz Smith.
“It wasn’t my business to pry into what he did after hours. I had no idea what was going on.’’
Tina Turner detailed the frightful night she ran from her violent husband Ike back in the ’70s.
One of the Broadway season’s biggest events is trying out at the National Theatre.
Adrienne Warren has been cast in the coveted title role of the rock goddess in the new musical “Tina.”
“The real Harvey is fearful, paranoid, and hates being touched,” the former Talk magazine editor wrote. read more
“Mean Girls,” the Broadway musical co-written by Tina Fey and produced by “Saturday Night Live” impresario Lorne Michaels, has locked in a Broadway run that opens in April at the August Wilson Theater. Based on Mark Waters’ 2004 teen comedy, which Fey wrote, “Mean Girls” had already looked like a lock for this Broadway season…. […]
Tina Fey returned to SNL‘s Weekend Update desk on Thursday, where the University of Virginia alumna spoke out about the recent white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville. “It broke my heart to see these evil forces decsend upon Charlottesville,” Fey began. “Then our president, Donald John Trump — which I don’t think people talk enough about…
Tina Fey had some advice for frustrated Americans in her return to “Saturday Night Live Weekend Update” — buy some cake, and eat it, too.
Beyoncé shared the first photos of her twins with JAY-Z – Sir and Rumi. And now, her mom, Tina Lawson, shares details from the twins’ first month, as she stepped out with husband Richard Lawson at Holly Robinson Peete’s 19th annual DesignCare 2017 event, benefitting the HollyRod Foundation.
“You can have an opportunity that confronts you and you can choke,” she recalled to us on Monday.
The less Tina Fey has to act, the better. The writer and producer says her goal now is “to be in hair and makeup as little as possible.”
Richie, best known as a reality star, is surprisingly hilarious on NBC’s “Great News,” from the producers of “30 Rock.”
Bravo’s move to green-light a six-hour scripted series, “All That Glitters,” on the friendship and rivalry of Tina Brown and Anna Wintour, is already spawning a revision to the 1994 book “Newhouse,” which is the inspiration for the series. “We plan to re-issue the Newhouse book with the new name ‘All That Glitters,’ with a…
NBC has renewed freshman comedy “Great News” for a second season, Variety has learned. Season 2 will consist of 13 episodes. Created by Tracey Wigfield, “Great News” hails from executive producers Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. The sitcom is set in the world of television news, centering around an up-and-coming news producer, played by Briga Heelan, who finds… […]
“Divas back then were just better than divas are today. Know what I mean? They didn’t have Instagram. They just had sass, voice, souls.” read more
Tina Fey is not happy about the university-educated white women who voted for Donald Trump in the US election. Speaking in New York at an event hosted by the American Civil Liberties Union, Fey said white women “can’t look away” from the election outcome. “The thing that I kind of keep focusing on is the…
Tracy Morgan, Amy Poehler, Jon Hamm, Jane Krakowski and Uzo Aduba are also lending their star power to the Friday night event. read more