What had ETonline readers buzzing this week?
On Tuesday, a quote from Taylor Swift's Vanity Fair interview garnered a fair bit of attention as the singer slammed Tina Fey and Amy Poehler for the light diss they lobbed her way during the Golden Globes.
After the interviewer brought up the joke (where Fey warned Swift to "stay away from Michael J. Fox's son,") the 23-year-old singer recited a quote Katie Couric told her: "There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women."
First, Poehler, 41, responded (read that here
) and now ET exclusively has Fey's reaction to the comment.
"If anyone was going to get mad at us, I thought it would be James Cameron," Fey, 42, told ET exclusively at the New York City premiere of her new movie, Admission, on Tuesday night. "I did not see that one coming. It was a joke. It was a lighthearted joke."
ET has exclusively learned that Kelly Osbourne has had a seizure while filming her E! show, Fashion Police on Thursday, and has been rushed to a Los Angeles-area hospital.
It all started when Kelly wasn't feeling well during the taping. Her co-host Melissa Rivers recognized the symptoms of a seizure and Kelly was placed on the floor in front of the studio audience. The seizure lasted for approximately 30 harrowing seconds. Melissa and crew members, as well as an EMT who happened to be in the audience, all rushed to Kelly's side to help. She awoke on the floor, and was shielded by blankets on her way out of the studio to be taken by ambulance to the hospital.
Melissa comforted her during the experience, telling her that everything was going to be okay. Her Fashion Police colleague Joan Rivers was also on set at the time that the seizure occurred at the end of a one-hour taping, and observed the whole thing.
After Kelly was rushed to the hospital, her mother Sharon was seen arriving at the medical center, speaking on a cell phone and appearing concerned.
According to her rep, Kelly is currently "awake, alert and in stable condition." As a precautionary measure, the star will stay in the hospital overnight for observation.
Kelly herself addressed the events of the day late Thursday night in a tweet to her fans thanking them for their support.
"Thank U all 4 UR beautiful well wishes," she wrote.
"Yes I did have a seizure they are just trying to figure out why."
Kim Kardashian isn't ready to flaunt her baby bump just yet, admitting in her new "Mommy Blog" that she is "struggling" to find maternity clothes that don't make her look heavy.
"For me, I've found that I've gained inches and I've gotten wider but my belly hasn't popped yet," the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 32, writes. "At this stage I guess I'm more focused on concealing the weight gain than I am about dressing the bump, just because it hasn't popped yet."
However, Kardashian adds that she's excited to share her maternity style tips. "Once I start showing more I'll be all about showing off my bump, and I can’t wait! I’m definitely having a lot of fun with my maternity fashion and love trying new things. I want to share my pregnancy fashion tips with other expecting moms out there and I know it's different for everyone; some women start showing sooner, others don't start showing until later, but I want to share my own personal experiences with you guys along the way."
With the Dancing with the Stars season 16 premiere just over a week away, we've got a first look at the new contestants and their professional partners!
The Mary Tyler Moore Show star Valerie Harper revealed that she has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
The 73-year-old actress, who played Rhoda Morgenstern on Mary Tyler Moore Show
and its spin-off, revealed to People magazine
that she learnt of the news earlier this year, Jan. 15, after a number of tests revealed she has leptomeningeal carcinomatosis. According to People
, this is "a rare condition that occurs when cancer cells spread into the fluid-filled membrane surrounding the brain."
Her doctor has given her three months to live. This is Harper's second bout with cancer, who also battled it in 2009. "I don't think of dying," she said of the diagnosis. "I think of being here now."