Johnny Depp said that "no one is safe" from cancel culture, adding that things have now gotten "out of hand."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were hit with backlash after they made Time's 100 most influential people list and they're on the magazine cover.
While opening the 2021 MTV VMAs, Madonna gave fans a good look at her backside which Megyn Kelly described as "huge" and "perfectly round."
The judge was not happy with the lawyer representing Prince Andrew; he made it clear that the Royal couldn't duck being served the lawsuit.
Whoopi Goldberg slammed Bill Maher for "complaining" about the black national anthem being played at NFL games.
Candace Cameron Bure just revealed how being a "woman of faith" got her through the COVID-19 pandemic this past year.
Country music star Darryl Worley opened up about about his 9/11 song "Have You Forgotten?" on the twentieth anniversary of the attacks.
On Monday, Netflix dropped the first trailer for the new "woke" Colin Kaepernick series "Colin In Black & White."
Sharon Osbourne said that cancel culture is why she'll never return to TV, adding that "it's not a safe place to be."
Bill Maher torched the NFL for playing the "black national anthem," calling this "segregation under a different name."
Rose McGowan called out Democrats and Black Lives Matter as she campaigned for the Gavin Newsom challenger Larry Elder.
Steve Buscemi opened up about his 9/11 PTSD after volunteering as a firefighter in the aftermath of the attacks.
Prince Harry's plummeting popularity "adds to his anger" and leaves him and Meghan Markle "more trapped than ever," an expert says.
Rose McGowan ripped into Gavin Newsom's wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, for allegedly pressuring her to bury her Harvey Weinstein allegations.
Bill Cosby has a new TV show in the works after spending more than two years in prison; he was released after his conviction was overturned.
Monica Lewinsky, who had an affair with Bill Clinton, is taking on cancel culture in a new documentary for HBO Max.
"Wheel Of Fortune" has announced some major changes involving host Pat Sajak and more ahead of the game show's new season.
Meghan McCain scored a new job with DailyMail.com after leaving "The View" where she feels she can share her opinions "without fear."
At 91 years old, Clint Eastwood shows no signs of slowing - he produced, directed, and starred in the Western "Cry Macho" coming out soon.