NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre surprised President Trump on a Town Hall where the two discussed whether fans want politics in pro sports.
Terry Bradshaw helped his daughter Rachel sing publicly for the first time at a NASCAR event since losing her husband NFL player Rob Bironas.
Kid Rock and John Daly brought celebrity status to the presidential debate audience as guests of Trump, plus Nashville afterparty video.
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Scott Baio, famous for his role as 'Chachi', shredded the pro-Biden 'Happy Days' reunion and torched John Stamos as an "elite marxist."
Long-time FSU football Coach Bobby Bowden said that he wanted to beat COVID so that he could "vote for Trump."
Sheriff Jones is making a bold move by offering to pay one way tickets for celebrities who threaten to leave the United States if Trump wins.
Bill Cosby's team has fired back after a mugshot went viral, releasing a new image to "reassure his family and supporters" that he's ok.
While promoting her new book, Dolly Parton brought late night host Stephen Colbert to tears with a folk song her mama used to sing.
Fans are calling for the Dallas Cowboys to sign Colin Kaepernick after a huge loss to the Arizona Cardinals at the hands of Andy Dalton.
Matthew McConaughey shut down a TV host who tried to make him bash President Donald Trump, adding that we need to "embrace" election results.
Kyle Larson is cleared to return in 2021 after NASCAR lifted his suspension for using the n-word; now the question is driving for which team?
Politically motivated arson is suspected after a Nebraska farmer's harvesting equipment caught on fire after flying Trump flags.
83-year-old Bill Cosby looks unrecognizable in his latest prison mugshot which ignited a heated Twitter debate over sympathy for him.
Former "Cheers" star Kirstie Alley told Sean Hannity on Fox last night about how she deals with hate from anti-Trump liberals.
The married couple of 60 years ago were finally reunited after spending 215 days apart during the pandemic.
The list of celebrities in Hollywood brave enough to risk their career to endorse Donald Trump for president in the 2020 election is growing.
Family restaurant Taste of Sicily fought back against Pennsylvania Governor Wolf's "unconsitutional" lockdown mandate in court and won.
"Cheers" star Kirstie Alley had a message for the liberal Hollywood elite slinging hate after she tweeted support for President Donald Trump.
Brian Wilson and Al Jardine have spoken out to slam The Beach Boys for performing at a Donald Trump fundraiser over the weekend.