Adele is going to the Super Bowl just to see Rihanna and doesn't even care about the score.
Prince Harry has been asked to give evidence in Samantha Markle's defamation trial against Meghan Duchess of Sussex.
Kim Petras thinks the world is "going backwards" with its attitudes toward sexual expression as she defends fellow pop singer Sam Smith over the backlash received for the 'I'm Not Here to Make Friends' music video.
Julianne Moore thinks that violent movies are "not to blame" for gun crimes and explains why she feels complelled to campaign for gun control.
Hailie Jade Mathers "didn't understand" her Eminem's because she was so young when he made it big but admitted it is now "fun" to look back on memories with the 'Lose Yourself' rapper.
You know Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill' from 'Stranger Things' and Linda Ronstadt's 'Long Long Time' from 'The Last of Us,' but what about music from other shows?
Sasha Walpole, who claims to have taken Prince Harry's virginity behind a pub in 2001, has recalled how the teenage royal seduced her with a birthday card and a Miss Piggy toy he had won at Thorpe Park.
Sasha Walpole, who has revealed that she is the "older" woman who took Prince Harry's virginity, says that their romp behind a pub was fuelled by alcohol and heartache.
Alexander Skarsgard found filming his cloning sequence in 'Infinity Pool' "kind of boring" because they were so technical.
Hollywood actress Kate Hudson had a revelatory and emotional experience at Glastonbury Festival last year when she was watching Sir Paul McCartney perform
Sasha Walpole, who has identified herself as the older woman who took Prince Harry's virginity behind a pub, felt that she had no option but to make the revelation after Prince Harry's candid description of the incident in his memoir 'Spare'.
Meghan Trainor found out she was pregnant "so fast" after taking her pregnancy test, as she shares the emotional video onto her social media platforms.
Priscilla Presley has urged people to stop "disrespecting" the legacy of her family after she contests an appeal against the will of her late daughter Lisa Marie Presley.
Joey Lawrence is "happy'" for his brother Matthew amid his new relationship and the pair are planning a double date.
Ronnie Wood, Sir Rod Stewart, and Sir Tom Jones were among the rock royalty to attend Jeff Beck's funeral as their fellow icon was remembered in a church service on Friday.
Armie Hammer says he contemplated suicide after he was accused of sexual misconduct but was stopped when he thought of his children and now worries that he will "never be hired again" in the modern world of cancel culture.
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie are expecting another baby and are trying to explain to their two-year-old son about the concept of pregnancy.
The Temptations, the Isley Brothers and the Four Tops turned back time, singing and dancing as if in their prime at a reunion of Motown stars. The occasion was to honor Motown Records founder Berry Gordy and singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson for their musical achievements and philanthropic efforts as MusiCares Persons of the Year. It's the first time the charitable organization honored two individuals in the same year. Gordy and Robinson's friendship dates back more than 65 years to when they first met in their native Detroit.
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The actor claimed he did nothing criminal but said he was “one million percent” emotionally abusive to women in his life.
In the upcoming Hulu documentary, Shields says an acquaintance sexually assaulted her in the 1980s. ‘I just thought, stay alive and get out,’ she recalls.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly planning to move away from autobiographical work after the release of their Netflix documentary and Prince Harry's memoir 'Spare' and work more on scripted output, including romcoms.
The Bruce Springsteen fanzine Backstreets will shut down after 43 years, due to disillusionment over Ticketmaster’s dynamic pricing model and what has been described as a "fan freeze out".
Gregory Mann brought to life the title role in Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio but his voice broke shortly after filming ended