The announcement of Isan's appointment to the Golden Globe role, which will see her partnering with a nonprofit to do charity work in addition to assisting at the awards ceremony on Jan. 6, has put a spotlight on the teen. Here are a few things to know about the young woman.
Batkid has saved the day once again, offering a happy update at a time of otherwise sad news.
Serena Williams deleted her social media after the U.S. Open: "I just don't want to be involved in other people's opinions."
Bhad Bhabie, whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, launched a drink across the room in Boulevard3 in Hollywood, where fellow rapper Cardi B was hosting a party, on Wednesday.
Just how big a deal is J Balvin? His song “Mi Gente” tells a great story of his success. The video for the Colombian artist’s collaboration with Willy William has over 2 billion views on YouTube.
Stormy Daniels is sticking with her attorney Michael Avenatti after his arrest in a domestic violence dispute — at least for 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?"
"Tonight, let's celebrate their lives, let the music unite us with love and their enduring memory," Brooks announced at the start of the ceremony.
Mrs. Oleson was nosy and gossipy, but the woman who played her for nine seasons was loved by everyone who worked with her.
Jessie J took to the stage in London on Nov. 12 to make an emotional confession to her fans before performing her song "Four Letter Word."
Stan Lee's final message to fans is touching. In a video posted to Lee's official Twitter page Wednesday, the comic-book legend is captured on camera sometime before his death explaining how much his fans mean to him.
As if the devastating fires taking lives and ruining homes in California weren't enough, people are also dealing with looters. That includes celebrities.
Out Magazine announced on Wednesday its 24th annual Out100 list of the most influential LGBTQ public figures of the year. Curated by executive editor R. Kurt Osenlund, cover stars include Billy Porter, who wins the organization’s performance of the year for “Pose”; Sophie for artist of the year; and activist Emma Gonzalez for newsmaker of […]