Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers earned more laughs as he continued his guest-hosting gig on "Jeopardy!"
We just learned a lot about Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley's relationship thanks to this Disney World trip.
Aaron Rodgers is ready to take the Jeopardy! stage on Monday, April 5 to guest host the long-running game show.
Aaron Rodgers, who is "recently engaged" to Shailene Woodley, says he can't wait to be a father someday.
The actress/Packers fan also tells Yahoo Entertainment that she didn't set up Rodgers with fiancée Shailene Woodley and says he's already texted her about his revenge for thanking him in her acceptance speech. "We'll see who wins."
Mike Richards stole the hearts and minds of 'Jeopardy!' fans everywhere after only one night hosting, with many already wanting him to become full-time host.
Green Bay Packers fan and legendary actress Jodie Foster appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," where she discussed Aaron Rodgers NFL MVP acceptance speech.
Shailene Woodley has been spotted in Montreal, marking the first time the actress has been seen since news broke of her engagement to football star Aaron Rodgers. Keep scrolling to see the new photos.
"It’s relatively new," a source says of Aaron Rodgers's new relationship. "Who knows how serious it will get."
"I think this is the most iconic thing that I will ever do in my career," the 45-year-old actor told Fox News of the high honor.
You learn a lot about a person when you’re stuck in quarantine together, so it’s no wonder there were quite a few celebrity splits in 2020. While the coronavirus pandemic isn’t to blame for every celebrity relationship ending, it may have sped a few of these along.
Danica Patrick has taken some time to reflect after sharing cryptic posts about relationships amid her and Aaron Rodgers' split.
Danica Patrick and Aaron Rodgers split after the professional driver unfollows the Packers star on Instagram this week, which caused speculation
The Green Bay Packers quarterback also finally confirmed where he actually appeared in Game of Thrones' penultimate episode.
Can you call a “Game of Thrones” promo a “Game of Thrones” promo if it has no “Game of Thrones” footage or cast members? On Wednesday, HBO dropped a new video teasing the upcoming eighth and final season of the fantasy epic, which featured Jimmy Kimmel, Kristin Chenoweth, Aaron Rodgers and T-Pain — all superfans of the series — sitting on the Iron Throne, playing with props from the show. In the one-minute clip, these four celebs reveal they’ll be binge-watching Season 1 all over again “For the Throne,” as part of a marketing campaign coordinated between Twitter and HBO.
Olivia Munn is getting candid about her ex-boyfriend, Aaron Rodgers', much publicized rocky relationship with his family.