This new television show on E! is crazy. The hosts are funny, and the daters have no boundaries. Here’s a sample of a barely athletic endeavor on a date: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3Sp0VUtARU The gay dates are so funny. Here’s an example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDRmr12S5ps The show is good. The panelists are good. You will laugh out loud. I saw
Here's a clip of that show where she talks about having Michelle Williams' Golden Globe at her house: ABOUT E!’S BUSY TONIGHT Hosted by actress, The New York Times Best Selling author, and social media sensation Busy Philipps, and from Executive Producer Tina Fey, E!’s “Busy Tonight” features comedic commentary, interviews, and segments
The new season has some real fireworks right out of the gate. In Episode 1, the family relocates to San Diego and speculates what the new rules will be for John Cena & Nikki’s house. This was the start of things to come for Nikki. In Episode 2, Nikki is cleared
Check out this interview with wrestlers Cody Rhodes, Brandi Rhodes, C.J. Mosley and Kesha Norman . We talk about wrestling, the NFL, concussions, Vegan diets and their show on E! Kesha and C.J. have CTE worries: https://www.youtube.com/embed/l0gtu265isc "WAGS ATLANTA" AIRS WEDNESDAYS AT 10 PM ET/PT ONLY ON E!
They're baaack! The second season of WAGS Miami is about to bring heat big time. In the all-new supertease above, returning cast members Ashley Nicole Roberts (recently wed Falcons linebacker, Phil Wheeler), Claudia Sampedro (goes out with Panthers star, Julius Peppers), Hencha Voigt, Darnell Nicole, Metisha Schaefer and Astrid Bavaresco are
E!, WWE® and Bunim-Murray Productions’ “Total Divas” returns for its fiery sixth season this Wednesday, November 16 at 8pm ET/PT. Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, Eva Marie, Naomi (Trinity), Natalya (Nattie) and Paige will continue to give viewers an inside glimpse at the non-stop action of their professional careers and the
Michael Phelps may not be fighting for any more gold medals after the Rio Games, but that doesn't mean he's completely ditching his swimming roots. While speaking about his retirement following the 2016 Olympics, the Team USA swimmer tells E! News' Will Marfuggi, "Even though I'm done in the pool, I'm not 100 percent