The former President Jimmy Carter is leaning on his faith after three months in hospice, according to his grandson Jason.
At the time of this writing, Jamie Foxx remains in the hospital in Atlanta, Georgia three weeks after a mysterious medical emergency.
Jason Aldean, one of the most popular country music stars around today, is admitting the one tattoo regret that he has.
Tom Wopat has never forgotten his time on “Dukes Of Hazzard,” calling the show “a blessing” in new interview.
Jason Aldean’s two young children are finally at the “perfect age” to enjoy Christmas, and he can’t wait for the holiday!
Joy Behar attacked Herschel Walker on “The View,” claiming that he was “relieved” after he conceded the Georgia election last night.
Chris Pratt is in mourning right now after the death of a crew member on his latest Netflix movie “The Electric State.”
Jennifer Lopez has dropped a major bomb, alleging that her and Ben Affleck’s wedding video was “stolen” from them.
Joy Behar recently recalled a near-death experience that she had in 1979, saying emphatically that she “almost died.”
Jason Aldean moved to Florida with his family earlier this year, and he’s speaking out to say that they “love it down” there.
Larry Strickland, who was married to Naomi Judd for 33 years, has broken his silence for the first time since her tragic suicide.
As rumors swirl that Tiger Woods may play the Masters next week, a surgeon weighs in on his golf return chances in time for the major.
The former basketball star Shaquille O’Neal played Santa over Christmas, giving over 1,000 Christmas gifts to underprivileged kids.
Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks, and more coutry music greats pay tribute to Charlie Daniels on his new posthumous album ‘Duets’.
Charles Barkley spoke out this week to trash cancel culture and “politically correct people” after he’s tagged for “big ol’ women” joke.
“Squidbillies” actor Stuart Baker was just fired for an “offensive” post about Dolly Parton following her recent Black Lives Matter comments.
A bystander caught a woman on video in a Georgia Walmart telling preschool children, “I hope you all die” for not wearing masks.
Amazon is considering removing the classic 1980s television show “Dukes Of Hazzard” from its streaming library because it depicts the confederate flag.