BY Olivia Harrison
on Sep 09, 2015
It seems like epic envy over celeb female friendships has been a major theme for me this summer. When I saw the recent video of Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer dancing on a piano at a Billy Joel concert, I could barely keep it together. And my desire to be part of the "Bad Blood" squad got even more out of hand when I saw T-Swift and all her ladies at the VMAs last weekend. But I don’t think I’ve ever experienced as much jealousy as I did when I heard the news that the SNL ladies have a group text. Read More
Over recent years the media has been buzzing about the lovely and talented Emma Thompson, as she graces red carpets and interviews alike with her heart on her sleeve and a wit that won’t quit. Winner of multiple Academy Awards and Oscars, this vivacious actress has become known for her talent as well as her innate ability to speak her mind in the most unapologetic way that can only be described as awesome.
One thing she is not afraid to speak on: feminism. “I’ve been a card-carrying, radical feminist since I was 19,” she says. Read More
BY Elizabeth Ollero
on Jul 15, 2015
The hilarious duo of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler is back with their new comedy, ‘Sisters.’ Two Jersey girls – and by girls, I mean adult women – return home to empty their childhood bedrooms after their parents sell the house. Before they say their goodbyes, though, they have to throw one last party.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey plan an outrageous, American teen-esque rager that I’m going to assume goes wrong... not before funny shit happens, though. Plus, Cena tells Fey’s character, “My safe word is ‘keep going. Read More
Stop the presses. Another man has an opinion about funny women.
Michael Eisner, former Disney CEO, told an audience at the Aspen Ideas Festival Thursday he thinks that funny, beautiful women are hard to find.
This opinion was shared during an onstage conversation with Goldie Hawn about why she'd been so successful in Hollywood. Eisner said, "From my position, the hardest artist to find is a beautiful, funny woman. By far. They usually — boy am I going to get in trouble, I know this goes online (ed. Read More
BY Kathryn Hensch
on Jun 24, 2015
The comedy goddesses have answered our prayers and it has been done: Maya Rudolph did a Rachel Dolezal impression. The actress blessed us with the impersonation recently on Late Night with Seth Meyers and killed it.
Via USA Today
In case you’ve somehow successfully avoided the media frenzy around her, Rachel Dolezal is a woman who was born to white parents… but has been saying she’s black for around ten years. Maya bears a striking resemblance to her. Read More
In anticipation of San Diego’s Comic-Con on July 9th, toy company Bif Bang Pow! has created action figures of your favorite superheroes: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.
After all they've done for women in comedy—and for the constant LOLs they've given us—it's no question that they deserve representation as action figures, which are defined as "dolls representing a person or fictional character known for vigorous action, such as soldiers or superheros." Vigorous action? Absolutely. Superheroes? For sure. Read More
BY PRINCESS WEEKES
on May 08, 2015
Being “beautiful” is a lot of work and sometimes the things we wear to look good can almost seem medieval. Tina Fey, on her last appearance on “Late Show with David Letterman” the lovely former BUST cover girl stripped down to her Spanx just to show what goes on underneath pretty clothing.
Proclaiming this to be her last fancy dress (because who dresses up for Jimmy?), Fey took the time to properly model her blue number. Read More
BY Evelyn Chapman
on Apr 23, 2015
Our love for Amy Schumer is no secret, but we almost exploded when the comedienne, Tina Fey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Patricia Arquette all appeared together on Inside Amy Schumer’s first episode of her third season last night.
In the skit, Schumer runs into the glamorous trio as they are celebrating Julia’s “Last Fuckable Day”—a day on any female celebrity’s imminent horizon. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Apr 15, 2015
“I’m sorry I don’t know more about you!” Ellie Kemper says, baring her perfect teeth in a broad smile as we wrap up our lunch at Little Dom’s, an Italian place near her part-time home in Los Angeles. “That’ll be next time.” But after talking for nearly two hours over bread, salad, and piping hot arancini, she does know about me, because she asked—about where I live, my family, my dog, how I got into writing, how I started at BUST, even what TV shows I like. Read More
BY Veronica Santos
on Mar 26, 2015
Our new issue is out now (yay!), and we've packed quite a few goodies into its pages for you wonderful BUSTies:
- The adorable Ellie Kemper, star of Tina Fey's new show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, talks to BUST about where she's been, the culture shock of Bridesmaids, and "girl roles" in the acting industry.
- Spring is beginning to rear her lovely head, and we have some new fashion trends for you to check out! (Hint: leggings, rings, cat shoes... and flowers, duh.)
- We put together a thoroughly researched (you're welcome) vape guide for cannabis usage. Read More