HERE'S THE RUNDOWN
- Jim Carrey: V-Day Pics Will Help Beat Lawsuit!
- Justin Bieber In Major Legal Trouble
- Fifth Harmony Singer Attacked In Mexico
- Cedric The Entertainer Marches For Change!
Ta'Rhonda Jones, who plays Porsha on the show, came on "TMZ Live" to talk about the new season ... and addressed Fiddy's repeated shots at "Empire." Her take on it was pretty awesome -- she went right after the rapper/TV producer and flat out called him a "weirdo."
Taraji already went back at 50 after he claimed "Empire" ratings were slipping -- but she was kinda gentle about it. High road. Ta'Rhonda, on the other hand, lit into him and then gave him some advice.
The lawyer for JonBenet Ramsey's brother laid out exactly why he plans to sue the crap out of CBS for airing "experts" who concluded Burke Ramsey killed his little sister.
Burke's lawyer, L. Lin Wood, came on "TMZ Live" and accused CBS of using "phony experts" on its documentary ... just so it could profit off the impending 20 year anniversary of JonBenet's unsolved murder.
Wood explained why he believe the evidence completely refutes the findings of "The Case of: JonBenet Ramsey." As we reported ... Wood intends to sue CBS for defamation.
D.L. Hughley is demanding the Tulsa cop who shot and killed Terence Crutcher suffer serious consequences -- and he wants opponents of Colin Kaepernick to speak up about it too.
D.L. came on "TMZ Live" to call out celebs whose priorities are out of whack ... in his eyes. He had some harsh words for people who don't see injustice in what happened to Crutcher.
Check out the clip -- Hughley's sticking to his guns, insisting certain famous faces are way too silent right now, and need to check themselves.
Carl came on "TMZ Live" to talk about 'The People v. O.J. Simpson' cleaning up at the Emmys. Marcia was there with Sarah Paulson, who played her and ended up winning a trophy. Sarah made a special shout-out/apology to Marcia during her acceptance speech.
You gotta hear Carl's take on Marcia getting hammered by the public in the wake of the trial.
Fair to say, he enjoyed Marcia's moment in the spotlight more than he did Jimmy Kimmel's crack about Cochran being in hell.