Host Pat Sajak got riled up on "Wheel of Fortune" Wednesday night, after a contestant questioned one of the puzzle answers.
“Let’s just set the record straight: I did not say that,” the "Wedding Crashers" actress says.
Jameela Jamil, Gabrielle Union and more came to the Duchess of Sussex's defense.
Here’s one more reason to get excited for the return of "Saved by the Bell": The 2020 reboot of the classic ‘90s sitcom will address one of Bayside High’s juiciest storylines — that time that Jessie Spano got hooked on caffeine pills.
After shutting out the overly confident Barack Obama, Stephen Colbert was anything but gracious in victory.
"I’ve been hurt by so many women, and so many no’s in this industry," said Corvo, as she prepared to sing a Diane Warren-penned Cher hit.
The new show will feature the franchise's first transgender character, played by Josie Totah.
When John Legend swooped in to steal Chloe Hogan, Gwen jumped out of her red chair and exclaimed, “I already hate you! I’m so jealous right now!”
"It's pretty easy for me to be sober or in and out of sobriety because it’s like the day I don’t want to f****** do it anymore, I don't," Cyrus said.
Actress's character Cara Dune makes her Season 2 debut amid backlash over her divisive social media posts on the election, trans rights, COVID restrictions and cancel culture, as #FireGinaCarano trends.
Rachel Maddow opens up about the struggle she has had after her partner's harrowing experience with COVID-19,
While McConaughey may have addressed the rumors of a run for governor, he didn’t exactly put the issue to bed.
The "Aquaman" star talked about life in quarantine with his family in the new edition of Men's Health.
Harvey Weinstein is being “closely monitored” with a fever in prison, his reps said today. The former mogul who was convicted of rape early this year in New York is serving a 23-year sentence in a state prison near Buffalo. Weinstein’s publicist Juda Englemeyer, and Craig Rothfeld, his authorized rep from the New York Department […]
"How could anybody believe that he wouldn’t say something like that?" Peete said of the current president.
Claims that melatonin can treat or prevent COVID-19 are misguided, experts say, citing flaws in a Cleveland Clinic study that explored the concept.