She-Hulk: Jameela Jamil to Play Villain Titania in Disney+'s Marvel Series

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Piers Morgan Is Called Out by Celebrities Following 'GMB' Exit

Piers Morgan abruptly left his role on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday — and some celebrities don’t seem to mind. After six years on the British show, the 55-year-old TV personality decided to step down as co-anchor after he was called out on Tuesday’s episode over some comments he made

'The Good Place': Why Jameela Jamil Is Thankful for Tahani's Trauma

The Good Place made fans bawl with its series finale “When You’re Ready,” proving that when some things end, it can be hilarious and beautiful. For its entire NBC run, The Good Place made us laugh as Michael tampered with his charges’ perception of reality until they became friends. And

Jameela Jamil Officially Comes Out as Queer After Backlash For Joining HBO Max’s Vogueing Competition Show

Jameela Jamil has come out as queer after facing backlash of joining HBO Max’s vogueing competition series. The Good Place actress took to social media to come out to fans and haters. “Twitter is brutal. This is why I never officially came out as queer,” she wrote in a new

Jameela Jamil Credits Kelly Clarkson for Helping Her Cope With Fat-Shaming

During an appearance on ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’, ‘The Good Place’ actress recalls being attacked for her appearance for months when she served as a radio presenter back in her home country. AceShowbiz -Actress Jameela Jamil drew strength from the way Kelly Clarkson fought back against fat-shaming critics to tackle

Jameela Jamil reveals she had abortion and hails it ‘best decision I ever made’

Jameela Jamil has opened up about how having an abortion when she was younger as "the best decision" she ever made. The Good Place actress and body positive activist revealed her experience on Twitter in response to Georgia's 'heartbeat' law. She criticised the controversial law, which prohibits women from having