As she prepares to end her talk show this week after nineteen years, Ellen DeGeneres is opening up about her toxic workplace scandal.
For his Top Gun: Maverick cameo, Val Kilmer was able to recreate his voice after losing it to throat cancer
Jennifer Lopez is reportedly "stressing out" about her wedding to Ben Affleck, as she feels his attitude is too laid back.
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Steven Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith, has re-entered rehab following foot surgery. The band has had to cancel their Las Vegas residency
Thomas Markle, the estranged father of Meghan Markle, has reportedly suffered a major stroke that has sent him to the hospital.
Ricky Gervais is in danger of being canceled today for jokes that he made about transgender people in his new Netflix special.
Bill Cosby is about to go on trial for sexual assault once again, this time in civil course for allegations from the 1970s.
Three American tourists were found dead at a Bahamas resort. Authorities were initially unsure of what killed them
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Will Smith admitted to having hallucinations that his career would implode in an interview before his Oscars slap.
Chris Pratt and his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger just welcomed their second daughter on Saturday, naming her Eloise.
The man who tackled Dave Chappelle onstage earlier this month is speaking out to reveal the real reason that he did it.
Mike Tyson is speaking out for the first time about punching a fellow passenger on a JetBlue flight last month.
While filming their show "1883," Faith Hill reportedly had to constantly remind her husband and costar Tim McGraw to shower.
Madonna is throwing a temper tantrum today after she learned she's been banned from Instagram Live for her nude posts.
Brad Paisley appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" for the final time on Thursday, and he praised her for having "changed TV."
A former aide to Queen Elizabeth is saying that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new television show "smacks of desperation."
The new series "The Terminal List" stars Chris Pratt who is out to prove that he is "not crazy." It premieres on July 1.
Colin Kaepernick is about to become a doctor, as he's being given an honorary degree by Morgan State University.