End your day with the latest stories in pop culture, including Christina Aguilera's criticism of "The Voice," and more bad news for Bill Cosby.
On Thursday, many observers made a point of highlighting what turned out to be a noteworthy personal fact about Andrea Constand in the case: her sexuality.
The TV personality says she doesn't judge her longtime friends after their respective sexual misconduct scandals.
Long before allegations against Harvey Weinstein surfaced last October, Bill Cosby faced accusations of sexual assault from more than 50 women. Lisa Bonet played Denise Huxtable for seven of the sitcom's eight seasons. Cosby, 80, was accused of sexual assault and battery, the drugging of women and engaging in sexual abuse with a child.
Lisa, known as the “Hollywood lawyer,” just hired a "brilliant feminist attorney" — who just so happens to be her daughter.
The Hollywood producer has joined the likes of Roman Polanski, Bill O’Reilly, and Donald Trump — powerful men called out for sexual harassment or assault.
With 29 rooms, a tennis court, swimming pool, a wine cellar, a game house, a movie theater, and a grotto, the $200 million dollar price tag for the Playboy Mansion may seem rather reasonable. But the Los Angeles estate comes with one fixture that most potential owners might not bargain for — 89-year-old resident Hugh Hefner. Yep, the Playboy patriarch has made it so he stays in residence until he moves on. But the robe-wearing, pipe-smoking octogenarian isn’t the only thing the Mansion has housed over the years.
The Huxtables’ Brooklyn brownstone in The Cosby Show. Monica Geller’s impossibly huge Greenwich Village apartment on Friends. And Don Draper’s move from fifties suburbia to sixties midcentury-chic Manhattan on Mad Men. Let’s face it: we may know the interiors of some TV shows better than we know certain rooms in our own homes!