The beloved singer Darius Rucker’s first country music song was actually about Burger King, as he starred in a 2005 ad.
The singer and actor Pat Boone is warning that America is “going down the tubes morally” as he celebrates 70 years in show business.
Charlene Tilton is crediting her church with saving her from the downsides of fame after her show “Dallas” became a hit.
Tom Brady is a devoted parent to three children, and he thinks it’s important that they all experience failure at some point in life.
Tom Brady lost his temper when he was asked about his possible retirement during Monday’s episode of his podcast.
Tom Brady became emotional last night after his NFL season came to an end. It’s unclear whether he will play another season.
Lady Gaga stopped her concert in Dallas, Texas to preach about liberal politics, saying that the state must “go blue.”
Kane Brown brought Randy Travis onstage during an Oklahoma concert on Saturday, performing “Three Wooden Crosses” for him.
The NFL star Tom Brady is lashing out at his media critics for their negativity, saying “f*** you guys, f*** you TV!”
Chris Paul got into a fight yesterday with a fan who allegedly pushed his mother during The Suns game against The Mavericks.
It’s time for another SmackDown in a Nutshell, and you can’t help but notice that Dallas is getting closer and closer by the minute!
The NFL comeback of Colin Kaepernick may become reality as a renowned trainer says “at least” five teams have expressed interest in the QB.
Faith Hill is recalling the terrifying moment she forgot the words to the National Anthem right before she was to sing it at a playoff game.
The former Cowboys star Dez Bryant said he’s been trying to Colin Kaepernick for years, but has gotten “no response.”
Ex-Cowboys star Dez Bryant says Colin Kaepernick hasn’t done nearly enough to help those who supported him and asks “what was gained?”
Whoopi Goldberg slammed Bill Maher for “complaining” about the black national anthem being played at NFL games.
Bill Maher torched the NFL for playing the “black national anthem,” calling this “segregation under a different name.”