The family of actor Anton Yelchin has reached a settlement with Fiat Chrysler, the manufacturer of the SUV that crushed him to death in 2016. No details of the settlement were disclosed in the filing in Los Angeles County Superior Court. “FCA US is pleased that we’ve reached an amicable resolution in this matter,” the […]
The "Flip or Flop" star and the British TV personality were caught snuggling up outside of a hotel in Hertfordshire, where Anstead is from.
Sister Rita Callanan explains she's "not going to give up" despite the fact that she's now the lone person blocking Perry from purchasing the convent for $14.5 million. Whose side are you on?
Reese Witherspoon turns 42 today, and while she's gotten a lot of love from her celebrity friends, none compares to Jennifer Garner's tribute. It involved a saxophone, a shako, and a serenade.
The actress has a long history of ire toward the president, and her collection of anti-Trump artwork, for sale on Etsy, shows she hasn't made peace by any means.
The model, who works out regularly with a personal trainer, says she exercises to stay healthy, get rid of jet lag, and clear her head.
The "Modern Family" actress Sarah Hyland has been open about her health struggles since 2012, when she underwent a kidney transplant.
The cover, released Thursday and photographed by Annie Leibovitz, is the first under the magazine’s new editor Radhika Jones, and suggests a major shift in the magazine’s largely mainstream focus by showcasing an up-and-coming black, openly lesbian woman
John Stamos “can’t wait” to become a father as he shared a funny Instagram photo of himself wearing a fake baby bump.
The 37-year-old model certainly has a lot to share, from her pre-modeling days, to her marriage to Tom Brady, in the new work due out Oct. 2.
"I'm really, really fond of goats," says Tessa Thompson. "I want to adopt a pygmy goat and name it Gal Dagoat, because Wonder Woman rocks."
Amy Schumer, Connie Britton, Olivia Wilde, Skai Jackson and Yara Shahidi are among the speakers set to take the stage at the Los Angeles March For Our Lives rally Saturday, with singer-songwriter Charlie Puth among the musical performers slated.