After striking out on Peyton Manning for “Monday Night Football,” ESPN has considered big names, like Brett Favre, and not as big, like Booger McFarland, while holding auditions as if it were “American Idol.”
Kim Zolciak’s days on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” appear to be over.
With diminished “Good Morning America” co-anchor Lara Spencer frantically trying to make it appear that her absence from the show is by choice — Page Six has learned that “relieved” show staffers are cheering her slashed schedule.
Mariah Carey is facing a lawsuit from her former manager Stella Bulochnikov, who claims the singer sexually harassed her.
Amy Schumer’s new movie, “I Feel Pretty,” out Friday, sounds like a sure bet: a deeply insecure, average-looking young woman (played by Schumer) wakes up from a head injury thinking she’s a supermodel.
Amal Clooney may be a brilliant international lawyer, but she appears to have no clue she is staying in a shady Soho rental.
A “green” activist who was a pioneering lawyer for gay and transgender rights — including in the notorious “Boys Don’t Cry” rape murder case — committed suicide by setting himself on fire Saturday morning in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.
The cross-dressing trust-fund creep convicted of repeatedly raping two unconscious women was sentenced Friday to 10 years in the slammer.
Kanye West is writing a philosophy book called “Break the Simulation.”
Shia LaBeouf is back and opening up about something very personal.