“America means a great deal to me. I’ve been the recipient of an enormous amount of reward in this country, and I’m acutely aware of that. I was born to a single mother and raised on her hard work and food stamps, and so I have my own particular view of this country and the promise within it.”
Diane Keaton says she owes everything to the rom-com "Annie Hall," as she's honored with AFI's Life Achievement Award on June 8.
Singer Katy Perry is used to fielding questions from the press, but it’s a whole lot cuter when the journalist is a 7-year-old. In a recent interview for W magazine, Perry spoke to Poppy Browne, a budding young reporter who wasn’t afraid to ask the tough questions. Browne is a second-grader at Village Community School in New York City and the daughter of W’s features director, Alix Browne.
Though Kirby Jenner hasn't achieved the same level of fame as his "siblings," he does have more than 645,000 Instagram followers — and his popularity is growing.
Julianne Moore lit up the Empire State Building to honor National Gun Violence Awareness Day with Everytown for Gun Safety.
Andy Cohen opens up about the explosive "Real Housewives of Atlanta" reunion, in which Phaedra Parks admitted to spreading drugging and date rape allegations about Kandi Burress.
Laura Dern finally figured out how to impress her kids — by being in “Star Wars.”
Yahoo Celebrity put Melissa Joan Hart and Soleil Moon Frye's friendship to the test by having them ask one another about all the firsts in their lives.
Vanessa Hudgens (aka the unofficial Queen of Coachella) just spent a weekend at the music fest, where she continued to impress with her flawless style.
The singer has been smoking marijuana recreationally since 21 but didn’t learn of its medicinal benefits until years later when she was battling cancer.
Jessie J loves working out, cooking, and babies — and she hopes she doesn't turn into a crazy cat lady.
Jordana Brewster is putting the Fast and Furious franchise in her rearview mirror. The Fate of the Furious opens Friday with the splashy new addition of Charlize Theron, but without Brewster, who played Mia from the early days.
Josh Duhamel loves the great outdoors. Josh Duhamel‘s love of the great outdoors stems from his childhood in North Dakota, where he played outside year-round with his friends. You can’t be out as long, obviously, especially when it’s supercold, but when spring came, we were out from sunup until sundown.” This is why Duhamel partnered with Claritin to launch the “Be an Outsider” campaign, which encourages people to get outdoors.
Drew Barrymore signed on to be the face of Crocs’ “Come as You Are” campaign because it’s “an optimistic brand” and “universal,” she says. Drew Barrymore grew up in front of our eyes. The Santa Clarita Diet star, 42, is as effervescent as ever talking to Yahoo Celebrity about being the face of the new Crocs “Come as You Are” campaign, which emphasizes being comfortable in your own shoes.
Goldie Hawn has not appeared in movie since starring opposite Susan Sarandon in 2002’s The Banger Sisters.
The spawn of Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet has forged a successful career as a model and actress, but she says she still has to deal with racial stereotyping.
The 36-year-old said that he “comes from the school of very stern rules and a lot of respect.” He credits studying martial arts with helping him to learn discipline. “It teaches you values like integrity and perseverance and courage and respect.” Nick says his children now practice martial arts to help them learn the same fundamental values.
Fifteen years ago, on March 5, 2002, MTV aired the premiere episode of The Osbournes, which followed the foul-mouthed rocker family through their mundane lives. Thanks to both their family dysfunction and their family chemistry, the show became cemented in pop culture, and you still might get a few laughs if you mumble like Ozzy. Kelly Osbourne spoke to Yahoo Celebrity about the show’s legacy, especially the way it paved the way for reality TV — a genre that was still gaining in popularity in 2002.
Just a few days before he shocked fans (and NBC) by announcing that he planned to quit his “America’s Got Talent” hosting gig, Nick Cannon stopped by the Yahoo office in New York to talk about the many, many things on his plate. At the time, he was particularly psyched about his new music (the video for “Hold On” is dropping shortly, and there’ll be two more releases this year), his movie “King of the Dancehall,” and his Showtime comedy special — the same one which featured a joke that the multi-hyphenated entertainer says drew the ire of his AGT network and motivated him to take action and leave. ...
With the exception of some old music videos and a trailer for High School Musical 3, the most popular video by far is her duet with her BFF and HSM co-star Vanessa Hudgens, which has a whopping 17 million views. “With Vanessa specifically, I just wanted to make sure we weren’t singing a love song to each other,” Tisdale, 31, told Yahoo Celebrity, adding that Hudgens wanted it to be “superdark.” The end product definitely has a moody feel to it. Tisdale’s last solo album was 2009’s Guilty Pleasure, and her absence from the music scene inspired her YouTube videos.
As a multi-hyphenated entertainer, John Cena barely has time to sleep. He’s a WWE superstar who is preparing for a mixed tag-team match at Wrestlemania 33 in April. He’s an actor, with credits in films that include Sisters and Trainwreck. He’s a reality show host for Fox’s American Grit, hosted the 2016 ESPY Awards, and is about to host the 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards. And yet somehow, he’s still finds time to play video games.
Jason Momoa may be intimidating, but he says he’s a pretty nice guy. Jason Momoa is human after all! The 37-year-old actor might be one of television’s most intimidating tough guys, but even he gets starstruck in front of his idols. “[Tom] said, ‘That’s a cute baby,’ and I just stared at him and I’m like ‘da da da …’ I couldn’t talk because it was Tom Waits! He means a lot to me so I was having a little trouble talking.” Though he looks back at the memory fondly, Momoa joked that it wasn’t his most composed moment in life.
The spot is for Tide and proves either that Tambor can make anyone funny or that the Patriots’ tight end is secretly a comedic genius.
World Cancer Day is on Feb. 4, and Black Eyed Peas star Jimmy Luis Gomez, better known as Taboo, is honoring it by sharing his story of strength and resilience in the face of cancer, which he says has been his greatest challenge in life. Jimmy Luis Gomez, far right, performs with the Black Eyed Peas. Gomez thought he was healthy when he was diagnosed with stage II testicular cancer in 2014.