Brooklyn residents who happened to be in Supreme Court were excited to see rapper Fetty Wap walk into the building for his pending case.
I’M A CELEBRITY… GET ME OUT OF HERE! contestant Jamie Lomas may have dealt a major blow to his ex-wife Kym Marsh as he faced the possibility of finding love in the jungle.
The New Yorker revealed that Baldwin would donate half the check from a lawsuit with an art dealer to the Sag Harbor Cinema.
The pop icon picked up an award at the OUT100 Gala but raised eyebrows with her new look.
Comedian Kevin Hart publicly apologized to his pregnant wife and children after being caught in an affair, according to TMZ.
The pop megastar deleted all of her social-media accounts and her website Friday, sparking a frenzy.
But all attention was on the former Denver country DJ who allegedly grabbed the superstar singer’s bottom at a 2013 meet-and-greet. read more
Songstress Taylor Swift is about to sing in a whole different way.
Brace yourselves, Noah Syndergaard is coming.
“The woman showed up and was dealt with immediately by police, who had been forewarned,” a source says.
On the eve before the Parks and Resort panel at D23 Expo 2017, it appears that the name of Disney’s upcoming Star Wars Land may have been prematurely revealed. Find out more below. A few hours ago, an eagle-eyed Redditor noticed that the source code for a post on the official Disney Parks Blog seemed […]
Stephen Colbert made an appearance on Russian TV, where he appeared to jokingly mull a presidential run. In a video released Friday, Colbert appeared on “Evening Urgant,” a late-night style talk show that airs on Russia’s Channel 1. The back and forth between Colbert and host Ivan Urgant took place partly in Russian, partly in… […]
The ‘Late Show’ host appeared on the popular ‘Evening Urgant’ program during his trip abroad. read more
A new Madonna biopic is officially on the way, but the Queen of Pop doesn’t seem to be singing its praises.
Actor Hannibal Buress appears to be using his celebrity to help a friend get his stolen TV back.
Rod Stewart has apologized profusely for filming what appeared to be a parody of an ISIS beheading in the desert.
He’s definitely not saying sorry.