“Your elegance has been truly remarkable -- better than mine,” Adam Levine told Reagan Strange. “That's a lot for a 14-year-old to deal with. I'm almost 40, and I can't do it as well as you can.”
Six days after the biggest scandal in "Voice" history, Adam Levine and Reagan Strange unsuccessfully attempted to address the fallout.
Kevin Hart has stepped down as host of the 2019 Academy Awards because of backlash over his past homophobic comments.
Many fans have already declared Kennedy the next winner or even “the next Whitney” and have demanded, “Give her the damn trophy right now!"
"Give me a little baby hint," Underwood's co-host Brad Paisley pestered. "Johnny or June? Keith or Nicole? Garth or Trisha? George or Tammy? Tim or Faith? Waylon or Willie?"
“We want to take a second to remember her infectious spirit and her undeniable talent. Beverly, we love you so much," Carson Daly announced on the first live results show of Season 15.
Anthony Bourdain took a look back at his past heroin addiction when he visited New York's Lower East Side in the final "Parts Unknown."
Laura Ingraham, Fox News, and even Stephen Colbert trolled Taylor Swift after the Senate candidate she endorsed lost.
On CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, the host responded to criticism he received for comments he made earlier in the week saying white men are the biggest terror threat to the US.
Kim Kardashian acknowledges that she and Kanye frequently fight over things that are "really stupid" — like how to organize her Instagram profile.
Hillary Clinton warned that Trump could go on a firing spree in November and that he'll be uncontrollable if Democrats don't take back at least one congressional chamber.
Julie Chen returned to her hosting duties on "Big Brother," where she made a powerful statement indicating support for husband Les Moonves.