All five members of the iconic girl group are said to be "very involved" with the project, which will feature many of their hits.
The "How I Met Your Mother" star recently celebrated the 15th anniversary of his first date with husband David Burtka.
The "American Idol" veteran and Oscar winner will portray the Queen of Soul in an upcoming biopic.
Hello, gorgeous! Celebrity impersonator Steven Brinberg will mark the milestone with a New York performance.
The magician also has heartwarming plans for his $1 million prize money.
The "Almost Famous" star will never look at a magnolia the same way again.
The out athlete has a special place in mind for his ensemble to be displayed.
"I feel pretty close to normal," said the "Cry Pretty" singer.
Mark Saltzman now says he never intended the characters to be definitively seen as a same-sex couple.
Rob Sanders' latest will be released in time for the uprising's 50th anniversary.
Mark Saltzman said the iconic characters reflected much of his own, real-life relationship.
Seeing the out "White Collar" star as the Man of Steel would "be really incredible," Haynes wrote.
The two Texas students say "Crazy Rich Asians" helped inspire a fake ad they created.
Shelly Fitzgerald said her job at Indianapolis' Roncalli High School remains "in limbo."
The rapper said he was angry over earlier criticism when he recorded "Fall" for his latest album, "Kamikaze."
Carmen Yulín Cruz recalls the moment that changed her outlook on LGBTQ rights more than a decade go.
The "Frozen" actress joked, “I just can’t figure out what’s hanging where."
The U.S. Open champion also revealed the identity of her celeb crush, prompting Ellen to play matchmaker.
Don't expect him or Timothée Chalamet to be landing any peach endorsements, though.
Catch a sneak peek at Daniel Haack and Isabel Galupo's new queer-inclusive children's book.
The Oscar nominee tells Vulture he "exists on a spectrum."
The "Too Good At Goodbyes" singer said he's "never had so much fun" shooting a video.
"Relatable" celebrates the comedian's return to stand-up after 15 years.
Robin Williams' 1993 smash hit is being adapted for the Great White Way.
One episode, "The Landlady," found the characters pretending to be lesbians to avoid a rent increase.