Beyoncé posted a video to her Instagram calling on her fans to take action in the wake of George Floyd's death and refuse to "normalize the pain." HLN's Melissa Knowles reports.
CNN's Chloe Melas explains the ways summer concerts might still be able to go on, despite heightened safety precautions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Los Angeles Police Department called actor Denzel Washington a "good Samaritan" for helping out a distressed man who was caught in a busy intersection, according to the actor's representatives.
Singer Madonna was criticized online for posting a video of her son dancing as a tribute to George Floyd, the unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis on Monday.
Superstar DJ David Guetta speaks to CNN's Chloe Melas about his upcoming coronavirus relief concert in a secret location in New York City.
Tracee Ellis Ross (Diana's daughter, in her first singing role) and Dakota Johnson play a singing star and her assistant in the drama. David Daniel reports.
Morgan Spurlock explores religion and millennials' growing trend toward atheism. For more, tune in Sunday, 10pm EST.
Richard Herd, a veteran character actor who appeared in dozens of films and television series, has died. He was 87.
There's a new reality show from the Kardashian-Jenner family, but it has a twist. The show centers around a 24-year-old performance artist who has risen to fame over the past five years with his parody Instagram account, where he pretends to be the fraternal twin brother of Kendall Jenner.
Musician Fred Yonnet connects his own neighborhood and the world in an unexpected way during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The FX documentary "AKA Jane Roe" sheds new light on Norma McCorvey, the woman at the center of the Supreme Court abortion-rights case Roe v. Wade.
Broadway actor Nick Cordero is recovering after having his right leg amputated following complications with coronavirus.
Brian Austin Green shared details about his split with actress and wife of 10 years, Megan Fox.
Gregory Tyree Boyce, an actor who appeared in the 2008 film "Twilight," was found dead in a Las Vegas residence, a spokesperson with the Clark County Office of the Coroner/Medical Examiner confirmed to CNN.
CNN's Chloe Melas talks to actress Drew Barrymore about life at home with children during the coronavirus pandemic and the taco Tuesday event she's hosting online to raise money for kids in need.
Shad Gaspard, a former WWE star, is missing after swimming at the reopened Venice Beach in California.
Ken Osmond, an actor best known for his role as troublemaker Eddie Haskell on "Leave It to Beaver," has died at 76.
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have separated after spending 11 years together.
"Bachelorette" star Hannah Brown apologized to fans for saying the N-word while singing along with a song on Instagram Live.
Director Lynn Shelton, known for the films "Humpday" and "Your Sister's Sister" and the Hulu series "Little Fires Everywhere," has died at 54.
Grammy-award winning artist Snoop Dogg turned heads on social media when he posted himself listening to the song "Let It Go" from the Disney film "Frozen" while hanging out in his car.
Actor Fred Willard, known for his roles in TV sitcoms including "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "Modern Family" and movies "Best in Show" and "This is Spinal Tap," has died.
Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos divorced in early 2019, theirs is the most expensive split in history. Here are some of the other priciest breakups.
Country singer Keith Urban held a private drive-in concert outside Nashville, with more than 200 first responders from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in attendance.
Actor and comedian Fred Willard has died at 86, his daughter confirmed to CNN.
Beckett Cypher, the son of Melissa Etheridge and her former partner Julie Cypher, has died, a representative for the singer told CNN. He was 21.
In an interview with Irish radio station Spin 1038, Matt Damon talks about how his family is coping during the pandemic.
Actor Nick Kroll and YouTube Star Lilly Singh speak to CNN's Chloe Melas about how they are using their platforms to raise awareness for coronavirus relief.
The original Broadway production of the musical 'Hamilton' will begin streaming on Disney+ on July 3.
John Krasinski surprised fans on Zoom with a reunion of the cast of "The Office." The fans got engaged in a similar way to Jim and Pam in the show.
Known for some of its wacky storylines that become reality, "The Simpsons" predicted a pandemic and violent bees in the same episode 27 years ago.
CNN's Chloe Melas speaks with country star Tim McGraw about his newly released song "I Called Mama."
After a social media hiatus, Adele has returned to Instagram by sharing a picture to mark her 32nd birthday.
Daniel Radcliffe and other celebrities are taking turns reading chapters of the "Harry Potter" book series, as part of J.K. Rowling's new online reading hub.
British pop singer Adele told fans that she may not be touring anymore during a concert in Auckland, New Zealand.
Cady Groves, a pop and country singer and songwriter, died over the weekend at her home in Tennessee, according to her record label.
Actresses and stuntwomen came together for a virtual fight challenge to post online for fans.
Tory Lanez spoke with HLN's Chloe Melas about using the success from his Instagram Live show "Quarantine Radio" to help families struggling to meet their immediate needs during the Covid-19 pandemic.
'Saturday Night Live' cast member Cecily Strong received a Michigan-themed care package in the mail after she portrayed the state's governor Gretchen Whitmer in a sketch.
Singer Avril Lavigne took to her home studio during the coronavirus pandemic to re-record her song "Warriors" to focus on individuals working on the front lines. CNN's Chloe Melas reports.
The cast members of NBC's hit sitcom "Parks and Recreation" came together for a special reunion show in hopes of raising money for Feeding America.
CNN's Anderson Cooper reveals that he has become a father. His son's name is Wyatt Morgan Cooper.
It has not been a good week for "Jeopardy!" contestants when it comes to pop culture.
The cast of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" reunited on Will Smith's Snapchat series "Will From Home."
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith reveals truths behind their relationship on Jada's Facebook Watch series "Red Table Talk."
Journalist Katie Couric recounted the story of her 2004 "Dateline" interview with actor Denzel Washington that she said left her feeling shaken.
Stephen Colbert and Jake Gyllenhaal shared their newfound affinity for bread making during stay-at-home restrictions.
In a surprise appearance, Brad Pitt played Dr. Anthony Fauci in the opening of Saturday's "SNL," which was produced remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"Jeopardy!" contestant Sarah Jett Rayburn broke new ground on the game show by interrupting host Alex Trebek during a key part of the show.
Upcoming drama series "The Morning Show," which stars Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell, is set to debut on Apple TV+ on November 1st.
Reality television star Ashley Ross, known as Ms. Minnie on Lifetime's "Little Women: Atlanta," died Monday from injuries sustained in a car accident, her publicist Liz Dixson told HLN.
Meryl Streep, Audra McDonald and Christine Baranski livestreamed themselves in their bathrobes singing "The Ladies Who Lunch."
Americans consume over a half billion dollars worth of pretzels a year. April 26th is National Pretzel Day in the United States.
"American Idol" contestants and judges continue with the singing competition from their homes. HLN's Melissa Knowles has more.
CNN's Chloe Melas speaks to Nigerian music star Davido about his pledge to donate proceeds from his new music video from the song "Dolce & Gabbana" to coronavirus relief efforts.
Alicia Keys, a 15-time Grammy winner, debuts "Good Job" during a CNN global town hall addressing the latest developments in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Meghan McCain talks to CNN's Van Jones about her relationship with former Vice President Joe Biden.
HLN's Chloe Melas details how celebrities are giving back during the coronavirus epidemic - including actor Wilmer Valderrama, who started an Instagram series to honor farmers, truckers and other front-line workers.
Bret Michaels, Poison front man, reveals his identity after competing in a banana peel costume in the singing show,"The Masked Singer."
Actor Val Kilmer spoke with ABC's "Good Morning America" about his battle with throat cancer while promoting the release of his new memoir, "I'm your Huckleberry."
Turner Classic Movies' Alicia Malone explains how digital cameras and computer generated images have changed how movies are made. Watch CNN's "The Movies" Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT
"The Office" actor John Krasinski hosted a virtual prom on his YouTube channel for the class of 2020.
ABC's "Disney Family Singalong" got a boost with a surprise Beyoncé performance of "When You Wish Upon a Star."
Singer LeAnn Rimes spoke to CNN's Chloe Melas about how she is trying to help her fans cope with the Covid-19 pandemic through music and meditation.
Super producers Swizz Beatz and Timbaland spoke to CNN's Chloe Melas about how they are giving back through music during the coronavirus pandemic.
HGTV's new show "Celebrity IOU" centers around celebrities giving back to the "unsung heroes" of their lives. The show debuted with Brad Pitt giving back to a makeup artist he has known for over thirty years.
Actor John Krasinski brought former Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz on to his new show to give healthcare workers the surprise of a lifetime.
Jennifer Lopez and Diddy reunited for a joint Instagram live dance during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Actor and comedian Ty Burrell talks about how he is giving back to those working in the restaurant industry in Salt Lake City and his predictions for a "Modern Family" spinoff show.
Lady Gaga came back on NBC's "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" to explain what happened when she appeared frazzled and discombobulated on the show the week before.
Pop star Pink said she and her 3-year-old son are recovering from the coronavirus. The singer told Ellen DeGeneres it was "the scariest thing I've ever, ever been through in my life."
Actor Leslie Jordan is posting funny videos on Instagram to entertain the masses, ranging from painting his toenails to story times about his celebrity past. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19.
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt shares how collaboration on his online media platform HitRecord can help keep people motivated and creative while staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan and his wife Jeannie share the unique ways they are giving back to the health workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Singer-songwriter John Prine died on April 7th due to complications related to Covid-19. These are some of the songs that were loved by fans and influenced a number of other artists.
After CNN's Chris Cuomo tested positive for the coronavirus, he shared his chest X-rays with Dr. Sanjay Gupta to demonstrate how the virus impacts the lungs.
The Academy of Country Music Awards are delayed until September due to the coronavirus pandemic, but music stars still came together for fans online for the "ACM Presents: Our Country" special.
R&B legend Bill Withers died on March 30th from heart complications at the age of 81. These are the memorable songs he left behind.
Comedian Larry David put his complaint skills to use in a PSA urging Californians to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Jack Black is the latest in a stream of celebrities, including Gordon Ramsay, Justin and Hailey Bieber, joining TikTok since the coronavirus crisis began.
Actor Christopher Meloni will reprise his role as Detective Elliot Stabler in an upcoming "Law & Order: SVU" spinoff.
Actors John Krasinski and Steve Carell reunited on Krasinki's new YouTube show "Some Good News" and reminisced about their favorite scenes and moments from the workplace comedy.
Social distancing didn't stop the Backstreet Boys from coming together for Elton John's iHeartRadio's Living Room Concert for America.
Grammy award-winning musician Zac Brown tells CNN's Chloe Melas why he opted to cancel his upcoming tour during the coronavirus pandemic.
73-year-old musician John Prine is in hospital in critical condition after a sudden onset of novel coronavirus symptoms, according to a statement from his family.
Actor John Callahan died at the age of 66, his ex-wife Eva LaRue announced on Instagram Saturday.
Television host Andy Cohen says being separated from his 13-month-old son is the worst part of having coronavirus.
Kim Kardashian West posted a series of videos to Snapchat that appear to show her husband, Kanye West, talking to Taylor Swift over the phone about his controversial song "Famous."
Country music stars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood hosted a Facebook live concert that garnered so many viewers it crashed the site, multiple times. CNN's Melissa Knowles reports.
"Wonder Woman" actress Gal Gadot organizes celebs singing "Imagine" as the world confronts the unimaginable virus. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Actor Kevin Bacon started a "six degrees" social media campaign challenging viewers to tag six people and post who they are staying home for during the coronavirus pandemic.
Kenny Rogers, whose legendary music career spanned nearly six decades, has passed at the age of 81, his publicist Keith Hagan tells CNN.
Country music stars Garth Brooks and Tricia Yearwood hosted a Facebook live concert that garnered so many viewers it crashed the site, multiple times. CNN's Melissa Knowles reports.
Meghan McCain announced that she is pregnant with her first child and she is self-quarantining out of an abundance of caution over coronavirus concerns.
Watch to find out which celeb was underneath the Swan costume.
Country music star Brad Paisley announced that his free grocery store will be delivering to seniors during the coronavirus outbreak.
Rafters went off to the wilderness and away from the news for 25 days. They were shocked to return to a pandemic. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on going from paradise to chaos.
Kathy Griffin shared on her social media accounts that her mother, who she called her best friend, passed away on St. Patrick's Day.
In an effort to stay safe in the age of the coronavirus, late-night host Stephen Colbert taped his "Late Show" monologue from his bathtub.
93-year-old comedy legend Mel Brooks and his son Max shared a light-hearted video to explain the importance of social distancing to protect older generations amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have been released from a Queensland hospital in Australia after being treated for the novel coronavirus and are now in self-quarantine at their home there. CNN's Chris Cuomo has more.
Actor Idris Elba announced in a Twitter post that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Singer Gloria Gaynor shows how you can wash your hands to the beat of her hit "I Will Survive" in order to combat the coronavirus.
Actor Tom Hanks says he and his wife, actress Rita Wilson, have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus. Their son, Chet, posted a video saying they're doing fine, and he isn't worried about them recovering.
"The Bachelor" Season 24 came to a close with a failed engagement for Peter Weber and some stern words from his disapproving mother.
An appeals court threw out a jury's decision that Led Zeppelin's 1971 hit "Stairway to Heaven" is not substantially similar to Spirit's 1968 song "Taurus," which will send the battle back to court.
Angelina Jolie talks to Christiane Amanpour about taking the complex issues of equality and conflict home.
Late-night TV hosts James Corden, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert laughed off President Trump's rosy take on the coronavirus outbreak.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez "Flip the Switch" (and their outfits) inspired by Elizabeth Warren's moves. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
An "American Idol" contestant named Lou Dawg says he's "stumped" when asked who Lionel Richie is and says he thinks Luke Bryan is Justin Timberlake.
Model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez helped the NYPD set up a sting operation against Harvey Weinstein, but the district attorney didn't press charges. She overcame the backlash and now wants to empower others to speak out against sexual harassment.
Country music icon Dolly Parton says she wants to return to the cover of Playboy Magazine for her 75th birthday.
Post Malone has been a regular on the music charts over the past 4 years. The singer/rapper also had a collaboration with Crocs that sold out in 2 hours.
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are expecting their first child, the US singer revealed in her latest music video on Thursday.
Stephen "Old Man Steve" Austin has amassed hundreds of thousands of TikTok followers thanks to his cooking videos.
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek choked up after a contestant used his Final Jeopardy answer to send him a loving message. Trebek has been battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
Contestants from the last season of "The Bachelor" reveal the online hate and threats they received after filming the show.
Pop star Harry Styles told Howard Stern on Valentine's Day a group of guys surrounded him and demanded his phone and money.
Marie Osmond says none of the money she's made over her lifetime will be left to her children, but will instead go to charity.
Public Enemy has fired founding member Flavor Flav over a dispute about support for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
Justin Timberlake started a fierce debate on social media when he declared Samoas to be his favorite Girl Scout cookies over Thin Mints.
Actress America Ferrera will be leaving the comedy hit "Superstore" at the end of the current season, NBC announced. HLN's Susan Hendricks has more.
Actress Sofia Vergara signed on with "America's Got Talent" as a judge just as the Emmy-winning show "Modern Family" airs its final season.
David Beckham appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" and shared details from when he first asked out his wife Victoria Beckham in 1997.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers questions on the novel coronavirus, including how the virus spreads and precautions to take to avoid getting sick.
E! released a clip for the new season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" that appears to show Kim Kardashian West getting into an argument with sister Kourtney and throwing a punch.
SNL's Pete Davidson revealed Mac Miller's death as a factor in the end of his engagement with Ariana Grande.
Rosanna Arquette, one of the more than 80 women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct, reacts to the disgraced film producer's conviction. Watch "Full Circle" every weeknight at 5pm E.T.
Dozens of women have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault and harassment. Here are some of their stories.
Netflix has released a teaser for season 4 of "Stranger Things" with a surprising spoiler.
"Billy Elliot" actress Julie Walters said she survived a diagnosis of stage three bowel cancer in an interview with BBC.
A 20-year-old man was shot inside a home in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles and later died of his injuries, according to Capt. Steve Lurie of the Los Angeles Police Department. A police official and federal law enforcement source told CNN the man was rapper Pop Smoke.
Actress Lark Voorhies told Dr. Oz that she feels "slighted and hurt" about not being included in an upcoming "Saved by the Bell" reboot.
21-year-old rapper, Dave, won album of the year at the Brit Awards, where he released new lyrics to his song, "Black."
Ja'net Dubois, an actress and singer who left her stamp on television playing beloved neighbor Willona Woods on "Good Times," passed away at age 74.
Kawhi Leonard of the Los Angeles Clippers wins the first Kobe Bryant All-Star MVP award for his performance in the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. CNN's Andy Scholes has more.
Amie Harwick, a Hollywood sex therapist and ex-fiancée of comedian Drew Carey, was killed over the weekend, Los Angeles police said. An ex-boyfriend, Gareth Pursehouse, has been arrested as a suspect in her death, police said.
The actor was known for voicing Mikey Blumberg on Disney Channel's "Recess" and appearing on "Roseanne" and "7th Heaven."
Actress Kellye Nakahara died in her Pasadena, California, home after a short battle with cancer, according to her daughter.
These tracks were selected by The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as Ozzy Osbourne's best
The former host of the hit British reality show "Love Island" died by suicide, a lawyer for the family told PA Media. She was 40-years-old.
Watch to find out which legendary singer was beneath the "Masked Singer" costume.
The actor made the announcement on his Instagram account. He played Dr. Wes Maxfield on "The Vampire Diaries," Elias Harper on "Quantico" and Det. Eddie Thawne on "The Flash."
"Twilight" star Robert Pattinson is being seen for the first time in costume as the Caped Crusader ahead of the 2021 release of "The Batman."
Daniel Craig and other stars from the 25th movie in the James Bond franchise gathered in Jamaica to give us a glimpse of the upcoming film.
Tributes to Kobe Bryant, political embroidery and moms as dates. These trends dominated the Academy Awards red carpet.
ABC's "The Conners" aired a live episode as the results from the New Hampshire primary rolled in.
"Nanny McPhee" star and climate change activist Raphael Coleman has died at the age of 25.
Former NBA star Dwyane Wade spoke with Ellen DeGeneres about the moment his daughter came out to him as transgender.
Rebecca Black ("Friday") and Tay Zonday ("Chocolate Rain") didn't expect to go viral, launching their careers. But sudden fame was both a blessing and a curse.
"Parasite" made history with a Best Picture win, and actors Laura Dern and Joaquin Phoenix took home their first Oscars.
From Iowa to snubbed female directors, the movies weren't the only thing on the minds of the 2020 Academy Awards attendees.
Tributes to Kobe Bryant, political embroidery and moms as dates. These trends dominated the Academy Awards red carpet.
Pitt, Pesci, 'Parasite' and more: David Daniel shares some trivia tidbits for this year's Academy Awards.
CNN's Don Lemon talks with Julie Reichert and Steven Bognar, the directors and producers behind the first documentary backed by former President Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama.
From "I'll have what she's having" to "Say hello to my little friend," these are the most memorable movie one-liners of all time and how they've infiltrated our daily lives.
Actor Robert Conrad talks about his experience working on the television show "The Wild Wild West" in a 1994 interview with Larry King.
Find out what films were nominated as the worst of the worst for this years Golden Raspberry Awards. CNN's Lisa France breaks down The Razzies.
In a clip of an interview with WNBA star Lisa Leslie, "CBS This Morning" anchor Gayle King asked about a 2003 sexual assault allegation against Kobe Bryant. Now King is responding to critics saying she's "mortified" that moment was taken "out of context."
UK television host Phillip Schofield has revealed he is gay. Schofield has hosted This Morning on ITV since 1992.
Actress Jameela Jamil announced that she is queer in a Twitter post after receiving backlash for her involvement in "Legendary," an upcoming HBO Max ballroom competition show.
Before President Trump delivered his State of the Union speech, "Pose" star Billy Porter criticized his policies during his LGBTQ State of the Union address.
Madonna offered to sublet her New York apartment to The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in an Instagram video.
Nick Lachey spoke about his ex-wife Jessica Simpson's new memoir, "Open Book," during an interview on NBC's "Today."
Actress Shannen Doherty announced that she was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer during an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America."
Former One Direction member Louis Tomlinson objected to sensitive questions he was asked during an interview on "BBC Breakfast."
Pop star Demi Lovato spoke about coming out to her parents on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM radio show.
Joaquin Phoenix, Rebel Wilson, and BAFTA president Prince William criticized the lack of diversity among the nominated creators and performers this awards season, saying the issue can no longer be ignored. CNN's Isa Soares reports from the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Michael Strahan is leaving his hosting gig at "Live with Kelly & Michael" to join "Good Morning America." Here's the best of his last episode.
Actress and comedian Janeane Garofalo said she was told she missed out on a role in the 1999 film "Fight Club" because actor Edward Norton didn't like her for the part.
Fans of "The Bachelor" franchise, now going on nearly twenty years, love the shows so much they call themselves "Bachelor Nation."
In an interview with NPR, pop star Selena Gomez accused her ex, fellow pop star Justin Bieber, of being emotionally abusive. HLN and NPR have both reached out to Bieber's team and have not heard back.
Twins and former WWE wrestling stars Nikki and Brie Bella announced that they are both pregnant.
ESPN anchor Elle Duncan shared a moving story on "SportsCenter" about how much Kobe Bryant enjoyed being a father to his four girls.
Model Irina Shayk opened up about her relationship with Bradley Cooper and being a single mother in a rare interview with British Vogue.
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani released a music video for their duet "Nobody But You" ahead of the 2020 Grammy Awards.
The 62nd annual Grammy Awards show was full of tributes and triumph. See the highlights.
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences paid tribute to late NBA legend Kobe Bryant at the 2020 Grammy Awards.
Rachel Slawson, Miss Utah USA, is the first openly bisexual contestant in the pageant's history. Her platform focuses on destigmatizing mental health issues.
The red carpet predates the Academy Awards -- or any awards -- by over 2,400 years. At least.
The 2020 Grammy Awards is focusing largely on up-and-coming stars but that may become overshadowed by controversy surrounding allegations made by Deborah Dugan, the former head of the Grammys, in her lawsuit against the National Academy of Recording Arts.
Pop star Taylor Swift reveals she struggled with an eating disorder in the Netflix documentary "Miss Americana."
Former "Bachelorette" contestant Tyler Gwozdz has died, according to the show's producers.
"Monty Python and the Holy Grail" has achieved cult film status. Here are some of the funniest moments.
Actor Harry Hamlin says when he portrayed a gay man in a 1982 film, it 'completely ended' his feature film career.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, who were married from 2000 to 2005, shared the SAG Awards stage. Pitt joked about his failed marriages during his acceptance speech.
Hall of Fame wrestler Rocky Johnson has died from a heart attack at 75. "Soul Man" was a pioneer in the WWE and was the father of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
CNN's Stephanie Elam shares what to expect at the 2020 Screen Actors Guild Awards from the red carpet outside of the Shrine Auditorium.
Actress Rebel Wilson says she's making 2020 "The Year of Health."
Actress Jennifer Garner posted a video of herself on a roller coaster with some of her co-stars in the upcoming movie "Yes Day." The actress included a voiceover commentary track of exactly what she was thinking.
Celebrities took to Twitter to express their grief at his death.
Eminem surprised fans by tweeting news of the release of his 11th album. The album quickly became controversial because of lyrics in the song "Unaccommodating" that reference the bombing of Ariana Grande's Manchester, England, concert.
Sandi Toksvig, a co-host of the widely popular British cooking competition, is leaving the show to work on other projects.
Talk show host Wendy Williams is apologizing after comparing a scar on actor Joaquin Phoenix's lip to cleft lip.
Actress Issa Rae threw shade at the lack of a female nominee for Best Director during the announcement of the 2020 Oscar nominations.
This year's inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame were revealed. HLN's Robin Meade reports.
"Morbius," starring Jared Leto as the vampire villain from the Spider-Man comics, is the latest Marvel film to expand beyond Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Actor Will Smith got candid about his feelings regarding wife Jada Pinkett Smith's relationship with Tupac Shakur in a radio interview, saying he was jealous of their childhood bond and Shakur was "the image of perfection" to her.
Model Gigi Hadid was among 120 potential jurors called on Monday for the Harvey Weinstein rape trial, according to a pool reporter inside the Manhattan courtroom for jury selection.