Patrick Schwarzenegger has joined the Miley high club. The Terminator Jr. engaged in PDA with Miley Cyrus in front of his own mom, Maria Shriver, and 93,000 USC fans during his school’s big win against interstate rival Cal. Schwarzenegger even appeared to take a selfie of the big kiss, indicating Miley isn’t the only exhibitionist in the relationship. BIRDLAND STILL FLYING HIGH After signing a lease to reopen legendary Birdland on W. 44th St. in 1984, owner Gianni Valenti promised Charlie Parker’s … read more

Oprah Winfrey reunites with The Butler co-star David Oyelowo in Selma, a biopic about the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that contains scenes that may seem chillingly familiar to many viewers following recent current events. The first trailer for the movie, directed by Ava DuVernay and co-produced by Winfrey (and Brad Pitt), was released on Thursday. Oyelowo, a British actor, played Oprah’s son in The Butler. In Selma, he plays King, one of the most famous American civil rights leaders in … read more

Matthew McConaughey turns 45 on Nov. 4. So what do you get a guy like McConaughey for his birthday, anyway? Well, without realizing it, Kate Hudson and Jim Carrey recently teamed up to honor Hollywood’s most talented bro in the exact same way: with impressions of him. First, while presenting at an American Cinematheque gala honoring McConaughey, Hudson let loose with her take on his trademark drawl as she experienced it on the set of their movie Fool’s Gold. Then, while hosting SNL, Carrey offered … read more

So about that anger management program… Chris Brown went on a tirade against Adrienne Bailon today after the talk show host voiced her opinions about his relationship with Karrueche Tran on The Real. While Bailon didn’t really say a whole lot, she did express her belief that Tran’s friends should have intervened at some point to protect her, but she also thinks they probably haven’t said anything because of the pull they have being a part of Karrueche and Brown’s entourage–Something the R&B … read more

This month, New York City played host to one of the biggest food events of the year—the New York Wine and Food Festival. From raw vegan events, such as Fresh & Raw, inching over to a carnivorous frenzy with Meatopia and The Blue Moon Burger Bash, the city had it covered. Not to mention every food celebrity was out on the town, like Restaurant Impossible’s Robert Irvine. We caught up with Robert to talk all things burgers, sammies and what he’ll be cooking up this fall.   What were some of … read more

“Real Housewives of New York” star LuAnn de Lesseps is having an estate sale at her Bridgehampton home on Oct. 24, where she’ll be casting off designer furnishings, antiques, art, accessories and collectibles. “I am sad to let go of the house that has meant so much to myself and my family, but it’s time to move on to a new chapter of my life,” de Lesseps said. “It’s empty nest time for me. I have always loved spending time in Bridgehampton, but love to be on the water and very happy … read more

Darrell Hammond was a “Saturday Night Live” cast member for 14 years, and during that time there was nary a politician, media figure or aging white man he didn’t impersonate. To mark Hammond’s return to “SNL” as announcer (and his 58th birthday), we’ve taken a look back at 35 of the most memorable impressions from his record-breaking tenure on the show. It’s amazing how many roles he filled over the years, from Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush (before Will Ferrell made it his own) to Donald … read more

Martin Short, who plays a “hedonistic dentist” in the new film “Inherent Vice,” directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and based on a Thomas Pynchon novel, loved the book but admitted to [email protected]: “Even if I hated the book, I still would have done the movie because of Paul.” The movie, set in 1971 L.A., involves copious amounts of cocaine — something in which the frenetic Short never partook. “For some reason I was hyper enough,” he said, laughingly. Eric Roberts, also in the film, … read more

Which of these doesn’t belong: Laurence Olivier. Peter O’Toole. John Gielgud. Lindsay Lohan. “Speed-the-Plow” officially opened at London’s Playhouse Theater on Thursday, where the onetime child star again tried to revive a career that’s long been secondary to her dramatic, destructive behavior in nightclubs and on reality shows. At one point on stage, Lohan’s character exclaimed, “I know what it is to be bad, I’ve been bad.” But Lohan wasn’t so much “bad” as she was just, … read more

During a standup routine Tuesday night former “The View” host Sherri Shepherd made a confession about her reaction to getting fired from the show. “She said when the news came down, she made a quick decision: To steal everything she could from the set — framed photos, Louis Vuitton shoes, basically anything that wasn’t nailed down,” an audience member at Carolines on Broadway in Times Square told [email protected] “And she concealed all of the stolen stuff in Bounty paper towels, wrapped … read more

Don’t believe the Heigl haters. Katherine Heigl’s “State of Affairs” co-star David Harbour told us at a Cinema Society outing in Chelsea that working with the controversial actress on the new NBC show is good fun. “I know that the press has sort of had a field day with her in the past, sort of about her being nasty and stuff,” he said. “But once you get on the inside of something and you start to see all of the personalities … and once I see her point of view, I somewhat understand … read more