Bee told BuzzFeed News that Comedy Central "didn’t have a super great track record at the time of looking within their own talent pool and figuring out who to bring forward."
Thorne opened up about her past and present in a collection of newly published poems, she told BuzzFeed News’ Profile.
"It's just things that used to matter just don't matter anymore," Audrina Patridge told BuzzFeed News.
The Parks and Recreation and Good Girls star opened up about fighting typecasting.
“She was my angel,” Odom said during an interview on BuzzFeed News’ Facebook Watch show Profile.
"It’s a very strange sensation when you're pissed at the same person you’re concerned about," the actor said of his former Roseanne colleague on BuzzFeed News' Profile.
The talk show host also revealed that a "staggering" number of celebrities have sought his help privately.
Omarosa Thinks Kamala Harris Is Running A “Historic” Campaign That Trump Would Try To Shut Down With Racist “Undertones”
Omarosa also told BuzzFeed News’ Profile that Trump is “very sophisticated in his deceit.”
As Georgia holds its breath, Abrams suggested to BuzzFeed News' Profile she would have made a decision by now if she weren’t selling a book.
California's Governor Thinks Democratic Presidential Candidates Should Commit To Taking Federal Prisoners Off Death Row
"That should be part of the conversation of a presidential damn campaign," Gavin Newsom told BuzzFeed News' Profile.
Johnny Depp had been attached to play the title role, but now Moss hinted to BuzzFeed News that the remake will follow an invisible woman.
Pete Buttigieg, Asked About Joe Biden Calling Mike Pence A “Decent Guy,” Says Pence Has “Absolutely Fanatical” Views
The Democratic presidential candidate told BuzzFeed News' Profile that Pence's rise "chills a lot of us, especially in the LGBTQ community, to see that somebody like that can be in that kind of position of power.”
The comedian opened up on BuzzFeed News’ Profile about comedy in the age of Trump.
As of its Feb. 28 episode, Grey's Anatomy will become the longest-running medical drama on television. Chandra Wilson told BuzzFeed News the episode will please fans of the show.
Now with 50 million users, Whitney Wolfe’s Bumble apps are surfing a Serena Williams Super Bowl ad into a new wave of hype.
"It gives me goose bumps," she told BuzzFeed News' Profile, "because I just love that there's a women's revolution, and it's just going to get bigger from here."
Serena Williams Said It’s Important To Always Stick Up For Yourself In This Negative World We’re Living In
“I’ve always done this since day one,” Williams told BuzzFeed News’ Profile.
“His art is literally interconnected to the actual heinous acts that he is performing.”
The Star Trek: Discovery star said on BuzzFeed News’ Profile that he wants to help more men say #MeToo after he came forward with his story about Kevin Spacey.
But Quinn also said it was “obviously” too soon for Louis C.K. to be attempting a stand-up comeback after his sexual misconduct controversy.
The Top Chef host opened up about the show, her fight to raise awareness about endometriosis, and her own #MeToo story in a new episode of Profile.
In an interview on Profile, Jeong also opened up about his time on the sets of The Hangover and Community.
“I'm finally playing a superhero and I'll be 48 in a couple of months.”
Tyra Banks Claims Producer Jerry Bruckheimer Reneged On Giving Her Another Film Role After "Coyote Ugly"
The supermodel turned TV host told BuzzFeed News’ Profile that in order to convince her to pose for the Coyote Ugly poster, Bruckheimer promised her a role in one of his upcoming movies.
The Hunger Games actor told BuzzFeed News’ Profile that saying "real news is fake news ... [is] really scary."
"Some people say my 15 minutes of fame are over. My 15 minutes of fame haven’t even begun yet."
"It was interesting how through the critique of this movie I’ve seen sexism and racism in a way — even when the review is positive."
The actor spoke about her time on the set of Die Another Day, as well as her upcoming film, A Private War, in the latest episode of BuzzFeed News’ Profile.
The actor took the president to task on BuzzFeed News' Profile and told a story about running into Steve Bannon on a plane.
"We see a guy sitting there, screaming that he may have mental health issues, but everyone wants to cancel him."
The comedian pointed out on BuzzFeed News' Profile that very powerful people accused of sexual misconduct — like President Donald Trump — still have large support from women.
“With what’s happening today, we all have to fight harder for what’s right and what is just — and you can call that identity politics, you can call it anything you want, but it’s the right thing to do," Christine Hallquist told BuzzFeed News' Profile.
“It really was millennial votes — people that were not familiar with who I was,” Crowley told BuzzFeed News’ Profile.
Camerota told BuzzFeed News' Profile host Audie Cornish that harassment and bullying were rampant at the network.
“Everything I was teaching him to be, and I thought and assumed that I was grooming him for, I’ve ended up assuming that role,” McBath told BuzzFeed News' Profile.
Michael talked to BuzzFeed News' Profile host Audie Cornish about his past as an artist and addressed Louis C.K.'s comeback.
Drew Dixon, in her first on-camera interview, said Simmons was a predator who harassed her at Def Jam Recordings, then violently raped her in his home in 1995. He denies the claims.
The comedian opened up about her postelection activism in a conversation with BuzzFeed News' Profile.
The Democratic megadonor said that 30% of the 200,000 people polled by his group believe the president should be impeached for corruption.
"It's so relevant to today," Seymour told BuzzFeed News' Profile, saying the show dealt significantly with immigration in the US.
"I think my perspective is anything I’m making, I think, has me in it in a way that’s kind of non-negotiable."
"He looked really great. I just really want to know what happened."
For starters, getting his hair highlighted during a family vacation when he was a boy changed his life.
Profile by BuzzFeed News is hosted by Audie Cornish of NPR’s All Things Considered and will air Sundays later this summer.