Jerry Seinfeld is weighing in on Kevin Hart's decision to step down as this year's Oscars host.
It's December 13, and that means it's Taylor Swift's birthday.
A five-year legal battle over the copyright of the hit song "Blurred Lines" has ended with Marvin Gaye's family being awarded a final judgment of nearly $5 million against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams.
It's probably safe to say Gayle King likes Lenny Kravitz.
Janet Jackson isn't just in control; she's now set to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Cameron Esposito is a comedian, but for a brief moment in time, she wanted to be a priest.
Throughout a long and storied career in one of the most famous rock bands on the planet, Keith Richards has made no secret of his love of drink and drugs.
People are serious about their Post Malone footwear.
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare your emotions.
After flirting with adding a "popular film" category, the Oscars might have an answer for bringing more sizzle to their show hiding in plain sight -- at least if Wednesday's Screen Actors Guild nominations are any guide -- by introducing a "best ensemble" statue.
Ellen DeGeneres is considering ending her run on daytime talk.
The world got a glimpse of Brooklyn Doris Daly on Wednesday.
"Mary Poppins Returns" could just as easily be titled "Mary Poppins Remade." That's not a bad thing, necessarily, but a movie that descends from the clouds with a huge gust of nostalgia behind it only sporadically conjures magic between the title character's arrival and departure. The result is thus perfectly passable, but well short of practically perfect.
Some celebrities are waking up to good news this morning.
Oprah Winfrey has broken her silence about the days leading up to the death of her mother, Vernita Lee.
In the wake of Kevin Hart's almost-an-Oscar-host controversy, Seth MacFarlane said he understands the challenges that come with the gig.
It's been years since Jon and Kate Gosselin and their kids were in the limelight, and he says the picture is not as rosy as it once was.
The Hollywood awards season march continues Wednesday as the nominations for the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards are set to be announced.
The National Film Registry of the Library of Congress announced Wednesday its annual list of films to be inducted and they range from a beloved musical to a 29-second film from 1898 that may represent the earliest example of African-American intimacy on screen.