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Last week, Ellen DeGeneres was shown at a Cowboys football game laughing with former President George W. Bush and to her surprise, got tons of criticism for it. Soon after, she brought up the video on her talk show and said that it was important to “be kind to one another”—as she says at the end of every show—and not only “the people that think the same way you do.” Since that show aired, DeGeneres has been receiving almost as much praise as criticism. Some...

Unbelievable spoilers ahead. Netflix recently released a mini-series, Unbelievable, based on The Marshall Project/ProPublica article “An Unbelievable Story of Rape.” The series tells the true story of Marie Adler who was raped and then, when she tried to report her case, was silenced by male policemen and shunned, only to be validated years later by two female detectives. Marie (Kaitlyn Dever) has spent her life in the foster care system and then living on her own. When we meet her, she was just assaulted by a man who,...
  Manny Jacinto arrives for his BUST photo shoot wearing a gray T-shirt and black slacks, not a track suit like his lovable goofball character, Jason Mendoza, sports on NBC’s The Good Place. We meet on a Saturday in the Hollywood photo studio because he’s busy during the week shooting the final season of the philosophical comedy (which premiered September 26). He describes wrapping the show as “bittersweet.” “Everything we do now is the last time,” says Jacinto. The camaraderie between the cast is well documented...
    Lilly Singh has started her new talk show A Little Late with Lilly Singh two weeks ago on September 16. This is exciting – Singh is the first openly bisexual Indian-Canadian woman to host a late-night show on a major network. Not only that, but she’s in the world of late-night, that’s dominated by white men; so, of course, she has a lot to say. Singh debuted her opening monologue to her new talk show right off the bat with addressing the elephant in the room:...
Because of Mariska Hargitay—and her intensely loyal fan base—Law & Order: SVU is now the longest-running drama in TV history. Here, the woman who brought Detective Olivia Benson to life opens up about God, her guy, and grappling with sexual violence both on-screen and off. Inside a vast warehouse space overlooking the Hudson River in lower Manhattan is a warren of rooms as familiar to millions of TV viewers as their own homes. Outside one is a sign reading “Stage B: Special Victims Unit Courtroom.” It’s...

    OK people! The greatest competition show ever, The Masked Singer on Fox, is finally back for Season 2. And since the show is a bit of an obsession here at BUST HQ, you KNOW we have thoughts! We were Egg-cited to learn the true identity of the Egg! He's great. Ice Cream is not someone we're familiar with so we felt nothing when he was unmasked. Note to producers, the game is more fun when the competitors are actually famous. We think the Tree is Ronnie Spector and we are...
  Acceptance speeches can be notoriously long-winded and dull, but last night’s Emmys featured several especially moving and occasionally hilarious speeches. Winners spoke about topics like representation, equal pay, and trans visibility— to name a few. Below we’ve collected the best of these must-see moments: Phoebe Waller-Bridge Talked Representation "It's reassuring that a dirty, pervy, messed-up woman can make it to the Emmys."Phoebe Waller-Bridge is the queen of the Emmys, winning three awards for @Fleabag.Read more: https://t.co/h4f3yNdiY0 pic.twitter.com/kA8fCfYgav — Sky News (@SkyNews) September 23, 2019 Fleabag was a big winner...

  Last year, when national treasure Fran Drescher announced a potential revival of her beloved sitcom, The Nanny, we broke out the sequins and feathers in celebration! Now, it’s been reported that Drescher is in talks with Cardi B’s team regarding the superstar rapper starring as Drescher’s iconic character in a modern reboot. Drescher told ET that Cardi B “would be kinda like my top choice.” Given Cardi B’s natural comedic talent, we couldn’t be more excited about the casting choice. The Nanny aired on CBS from 1993-1999,...
Jim Henson is arguably one of the most famous storytellers of all time. His creations – the Muppets, Sesame Street, and his films like Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal – have touched all our lives in one way or another. In the 1970s, Henson was on a career high, having succeeded at both the beloved Muppet Show and Sesame Street. During that time, he was interested in making a movie that used the craft of puppetry to tell a story for adult audiences, and in 1982, the world saw The Dark Crystal. With the Netflix...
Since the rise of civilization, empires of man have always forced innocent people to be displaced. There are many names we give those seeking a new home after displacements. Refugee, asylee: but no matter what status they may be provided, they are all immigrants.  Immigration is a topic that has been making headlines across the world, and it’s also one of the primary themes in Amazon Prime’s newest fantasy series Carnival Row, staring Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, Tamzin Merchant, David Gyasi, Karla Crome, Andrew Gower, Arty Froushan,...