Meghan’s half-sister was bothered by the royal couple’s appearance at the Nelson Mandela exhibition.
Helsinki was a disaster, but Anthony Scaramucci is looking on the bright side: “So far, I haven’t been kicked out of a restaurant, though, so that’s good.”
Anthony Scaramucci goes on the record to offer some advice for the president about how to right the West Wing ship. His first suggestion? Fire John Kelly.
"For either party to welcome campaign meddling . . . is to accept a world in which Americans can no longer have faith in the legitimacy of their vote."
Trump’s continued denial of Russian election interference sets a dangerous precedent in this era of cyber-warfare—and practically guarantees that it will happen again.
Smitten with Cher’s long-lost lover, played with elegant panache by Andy García? Writer-director Ol Parker and the actor explain what it is about Fernando that lights everyone’s fireworks.
Find yourself a jaunty Panama hat and tune in to the new episode of In The Limelight.
Also on this week’s *In the Limelight*: Thomas Markle has more to say, and analyzing Prince Louis’s christening portraits.
The actors who could play Elon Musk in any or all of the prospective Thai cave rescue movies.
Half a dozen films based on the story are in the works—and we’ve got a Musk dupe for all of them and more.
There's a rich backstory behind Tad Devine’s appearance in the Mueller filing.
Tad Devine’s presence in Mueller’s case against Manafort smells less like collusion than it reeks of the swamp.
A dispatch from a "true Hamptons Goop fantasia."
Leslie Mann, Jessica Seinfeld, Rachel Zoe, and more were served by Jean-Georges himself at Chez Paltrow for a Goop x Cartier dinner.
Turns out even the cast of Mamma Mia 2 was starstruck by Cher.
Director Ol Parker joins the Little Gold Men podcast to explain why he was genuinely shocked when he was asked to direct the musical sequel.
Helsinki was a failure—but, says Anthony Scaramucci, "The people who think it’s over are going to be shocked when [Trump] gets re-elected."