It’s true, Pete Davidson says: He and Ariana Grande are engaged.
Announced with no fanfare this week, Jerry Spring will stop making new episodes of his memorably raucous talk show.
Jimmy Fallon is opening up about the personal anguish he felt following the backlash to his now-infamous hair mussing appearance with Donald Trump.
Jay-Z and Beyonce are keeping up a family tradition, dropping a surprise album before anyone knew it was coming.
As Kanye West well knows by now, controversy sells.
Warner Bros. is cracking down on local Harry Potter fan festivals around the country, saying it’s necessary to halt unauthorized commercial activity. Fans, however, liken the move to Death Eaters sucking the joy out of homegrown fun, while festival directors say they’ll transmogrify the events into generic celebrations of magic.
D.J. Fontana, the drummer who helped launch rock ’n’ roll as Elvis Presley’s sideman, has died at 87, his wife said Thursday.
Los Angeles police are investigating reports of elder abuse against Marvel Comics’ Stan Lee, court documents showed Wednesday.
Oprah Winfrey will serve as godmother of a new Holland America ship called the Nieuw Statendam.
Police say former reality TV star Farrah Abraham was arrested early Wednesday after attacking a security guard at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
The American, grown-up musical “The Band’s Visit” outmuscled the acclaimed and sprawling British import “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” for the most Tony Awards on Sunday, capturing 10 statuettes, including best musical, on a night where the theme of acceptance flowed through the telecast.
With a bleep on live television and double fists raised in the air, Robert De Niro got the theater crowd on its feet at the Tony Awards with a rousing political introduction of his old friend Bruce Springsteen that was focused squarely elsewhere: on President Donald Trump.
Actor Vince Vaughn was arrested Sunday on suspicion of drunken driving and resisting arrest in a Southern California beach town, police said.
Mindy Kaling took on President Donald Trump in her Sunday commencement address to Dartmouth College graduates, suggesting he may have “tweeted us into war” with Wakanda, the fictional country from “Black Panther.”
Former “Roseanne” executive producer Marcy Carsey weighed in on the revival’s recent cancellation Friday at the ATX Festival.
A new documentary quotes David Cassidy as saying he was still drinking in the last years of his life and he did not have dementia.
Kathy Griffin paid tribute Tuesday night to Kate Spade by dressing head-to-toe in the late designer’s apparel to accept an honor for her activism and fundraising for LGBTQ causes.
Law enforcement officials say New York fashion designer Kate Spade has been found dead in her apartment in an apparent suicide.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife, the singer Ciara, have joined the effort to bring Major League Baseball to Portland.
After delaying its airing in the aftermath of February’s Florida high school shooting, Paramount Network is permanently scrapping “Heathers.”
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