The "Wheel of Fortune" contestant whose "loveless marriage" intro went viral swears he was joking and is in fact very happily married.
Fans at a one-night-only screening of Elton John's biopic "Rocketman" were treated to a magical bonus Thursday night with the legend and the actor who played him performing memorable duets.
There's still no album yet, but we now have the movie trailer to hold us over.
Paul Rudd may be the most trustworthy man in Hollywood.
Never mind the rules of Zombieland. The rules governing Hollywood dictate that anything successful gets a sequel, even if you have to wait a decade to tap into it. Those have been fruitful years for the stars of "Zombieland: Double Tap," providing key assets to a movie that offers gore, comedy and just plain silliness, but falls somewhat short of a complete meal.
"Maleficent" wasn't especially good, but it scared up enough money to conjure a sequel. Happily, this five-years-later follow-up, "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil," flies a bit higher, building on the central relationship while adding Michelle Pfeiffer's regal presence as a killer queen.
Lady Gaga may have sung "Edge of Glory" but it was the edge of the stage that proved her undoing during her latest Enigma show in Las Vegas, when she plummeted backward into the crowd.
Christina Hendricks and actor Geoffrey Arend are going their separate ways after 12 years together.
Sing it with us: "Rise and shine!"
Country star Kane Brown choked back tears as he honored his late drummer, Kenny Dixon, as he accepted an award at the CMT Artists of the Year awards show just four days after Dixon's death.
Scarlett Johansson describes the proposal from her fiancé Colin Jost as "a very special moment" and "a lovely special thing." But she won't say exactly how he popped the question.
You can't argue with science, right?
Paul Rudd does double duty in "Living With Yourself," a bizarrely twisty, highly inventive dark comedy that, among other things, considers the elusive quest for happiness. The premise, frankly, really doesn't do this Netflix series justice, as the producers somehow keep pulling rabbits -- and unexpected wrinkles -- out of hats.
You won't be able to feel the love tonight from Elton John.
Nicki Minaj has some imagination. After saying she was collaborating on a song and a video with Adele, it turns out she made the whole thing up.
Jennifer Aniston's debut on Instagram started with a bang -- by crashing the app.
If you've ever dreamed about putting on armor and fighting alongside the Avengers, your day has come -- but for a fee.
There something I wish I'd known before walking into an interview with Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey: quoting them would be nearly impossible at the end.
Taylor Swift performed for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series before she heads out on her 2020 world tour. It was just Swift, her guitar and a piano. And she's good.