Mariah Carey revealed her bipolar disorder diagnosis to ‘People’ magazine. Although she was first diagnosed in 2001, she “didn’t want to believe it” and only recently sought treatment after “the hardest couple of years I’ve been through.” She’s now in therapy and on medication.
Tina Fey hosted the ‘SNL’ season 43 finale over the weekend, reprising her infamous role as Alaska governor and presidential contender Sarah Palin. Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda offered a behind-the-scenes look at Fey's new Tony-nominated Broadway musical, ‘Mean Girls.’
Promoting her cyberbullying campaign, Melania Trump warned of “destructive” and "harmful" social media. "This is why Be Best chooses to focus on the importance of teaching our next generation how to conduct themselves safely and in a positive manner in an online setting," she said.
The ‘New York Times’ published a piece on Uma Thurman accusing not only Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault but claiming her ‘Kill Bill’ director Quentin Tarantino forced her to do a car stunt that resulted in injuries, spat in her face and strangled her with a chain.
Shonda Rhimes met critics’ expectations for her ‘Scandal’ series finale, with main character Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) distancing herself from politics. Along with ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ the show is the last at ABC for the series creator, who said all future projects will be with Netflix.
Charlize Theron will play Megyn Kelly in a new movie about former Fox chairman Roger Ailes and his forced resignation over sexual misconduct allegations. The former Fox News anchor rose through the ranks and was reportedly pressured to publicly support Ailes, but she refused.