Country music star Kane Brown dropped a new music video for his song "Worldwide Beautiful" calling for unity a month after defending police.
Musicians Melissa Etheridge and Jackson Browne are teaming up next month to headline a gun control concert.
In a replay of 2016 celebrity promises, singer John Legend suggested that Americans might want to leave the country if Trump wins.
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A tweet by Colin Kaepernick about the Louisville grand jury's decision in the Breonna Taylor case was followed shortly by George Clooney.
NBA greats Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal draw Twitter fire from liberals after defending police in the Breonna Taylor case.
Rose McGowan dubbed Alyssa Milano "the leader of Karens" after a 911 call linked to the "Defund The Police" advocate caused "squirrelgate."
NBA legend LeBron James issued a disappointing and overdue response to a challenge from Sheriff Villnueva to help his ambushed officers.
Harry and Meghan were named to the Time 100. The pair continued breaking with Royal tradition by encouraging voting in the 2020 election.
NBA legend Michael Jordan has announced that Bubba Wallace will be the first driver on his new "inclusive" NASCAR team.
Alyssa Milano heard gun shots and, even though she's been on a "defund the police" rant, she called 911 when she thought she was in danger.
The "woke" 2020 Emmy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel posted a record low for ratings with just 6.1 million viewers tuning in.
Mark David Chapman had a message for Yoko Ono during his 11th parole hearing for John Lennon's 1980 murder.
Sylvester Stallone's mom Jackie, famed celebrity astrologer and former GLOW promoter but her proudest role was as mother, died at age 98.
Resurfaced video footage shows Ruth Bader Ginsburg once ripped Colin Kaepernick's NFL anthem kneeling protest as "dumb and disrespectful."
After Michael Moore called for a SCOTUS "tsunami", Patricia Heaton of "Everybody Loves Raymond" fame set out to warn her fellow Christians.
Basketball superstar LeBron James lost it after learning Lori Loughlin is allowed to serve her two-month sentence at a cushy prison.
Maurkice Pouncey wore the name of fallen Pittsburgh police officer Eric Kelly after denouncing the Steelers decision to honor Antwon Rose Jr.
Brandon Berry's epilepsy limited his life until that all changed after Christian pro athlete Tim Tebow prayed over him at a baseball game.
Steve Harvey just defied the outrage mob to defend Ellen DeGeneres, saying that she's "one of the coolest and kindest people.