Host Tom Hanks proclaimed, “When our former presidents unite like that, much of the rest of the world must marvel at what America is, at what Americans can do.”
It’s out with the old, in with the new — and celebrities are emotional about the change in American leadership.
President Joe Biden's inauguration has Amanda Kloots crying happy tears for the first time in months.
Harris is the first woman, the first Black person and the first person of South Asian descent to hold the office of vice president.
On Monday, Alex Rodriguez appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," where he discussed Jennifer Lopez’s upcoming performance at the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
“Obviously we have heard and understood the reaction to the print cover and I just want to reiterate that it was absolutely not our intention to, in any way, diminish the importance of the vice president-elect’s incredible victory,” Wintour said on Tuesday.
While some are angered by Republicans who downplayed COVID-19 getting early vaccinations, Harris believes it may help urge people to do the same when available.
Tucker Carlson doubled down on his insults aimed at the future first Lady and her education, this time questioning her ability to read and write.
On "The Oprah Conversation," the former president addressed the long-running false claims — perpetuated by his successor, Donald Trump — that he wasn’t born in the United States.
“I cried a tear or two — or 10,” the actor said. “But they were all very manly. All my tears are manly.”
"Some of your former favorite rappers have been taken in by these lies," John Legend said. "I think they even founded a new supergroup, it's called the Sunken Place"
Ice Cube appeared on "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah", Wednesday, to discuss his political initiative known as the Contract With Black America.
"Our current President has decided that racism is a non-issue," Aniston wrote. "Too many people have died."
The actress and activist spoke out about anxiety leading up to election day.
The dig came after the Democratic vice-presidential nominee, Kamala Harris, said in a recent interview that Tupac Shakur was the "best rapper alive."
Bill Burr's controversial monologue took aim at cancel culture and woke culture.
The feat comes after the action star and former WWE wrestler endorsed Biden-Harris in the upcoming presidential election.
Pete Buttigieg helped prepare Kamala Harris for Wednesday’s debate with vice president Mike Pence, and right afterwards he appeared on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” and showed showed off his perfect Pence impression.
As the fly that landed on Mike Pence’s head during the debate gained buzz, Joe Biden saw it as a chance to fundraise and to mock Pence.
Maya Rudolph describes what it was like being introduced to the vice presidential candidate recently. Asked if she'll play Harris on "SNL" before the election, Rudolph said, "and it better be after."
Joe Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris appeared on MSNBC Tuesday night, where she discussed Trump's message to white supremacist groups.
Kamala Harris questioned whether Trump owes money to anyone who would be impacted by his decisions after Trump’s massive debt was reported.