A 21-year-old man was found dead in the swimming pool of Demi Moore Saturday morning.
Moore and her family were not present at the time of the incident. A Neighbour told TMZ that the house has been the place of numerous parties, "every day, day and night".
There were apparently five people in the house at the time of the incident. Police believe the man slipped into the pool and could not swim. According to TMZ, Moore's caretaker was holding the party. They also reported that the caretaker and the others went out at some point, leaving the victim behind, and they found him at the bottom of the pool when they returned.
Lena Dunham would like to introduce you to Lenny.
The newsletter, which she is launching with her Girls showrunner Jenni Konner will launch in September and feature a wide-array of topics, from politics, to feminism, and face masks.
Honestly, it sounds like just about any other newsletter you could subscribe to from women's sites and publications right now. It feels a little 'privileged rich girl doesn't have enough to do'. Granted, here I am writing this on an entertainment site (because there aren't enough of those).
This is just a note to Dunham that what she's doing isn't revolutionary and certainly isn't unique. It also maybe didn't need a two-month advance notice.
And one last thing - for a newsletter that focuses strongly on a female perspective why is the CEO a male? (Benajmin Cooley, Konner's ex-husband and a producer on Girls will be the CEO and the only man of the operation). Just wondering.
Today Serena Williams won Wimbledon for the sixth time (aka her 21st major title). She's one of, if not the, most accomplished athlete living.
This is the second time she's completed the "Serena Slam" (winning four straight majors). If she wins the US Open, she will be the first player since Steffi Graf (in 1988) to complete the calendar year grand-slam.
Yet, all of that is not enough to stop the internet from talking about what they think is the most important thing: her body.
Luckily, we have J.K. Rowling there to shut them down (perfectly), so that Serena can focus on celebrating this momentous occasion. #whoruntheworld
As Amy Schumer continues to promote her film Trainwreck, this week Jon Hamm decided to step into the role of Bill Hader for an interview with Extra. There is no more that needs to be said.
I believe there is a rule that says: If JLaw says it, it must be true.
We can only hope this is the case, since she is personally willing to raise funds to make Amy Schumer the next Bachelorette. (Schumer has said the show is 'dark' and would never do it, but maybe this will change her mind?)
Lawrence said this during an interview at Comic-Con. (Where she also discussed how The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is not trashy TV. Because we are clearly soulmates).
The best part of all this, however, was Amy Schumer posting her own reaction to Jennifer Lawrence saying her name.
Next best thing to a Schumer/Bachelorette mashup is perhaps a Schumer/Lawrence collaboration?