Start your day — and week — off with the latest pop culture headlines, including Janet Jackson's rousing Billboard Music Awards performance.
Chrissy Teigen posted an Instagram photo of her baby boy, whose birth she announced in a tweet on May 17.
Catch up on the day's headlines, including a death that's being blamed on a vape pen and new details about a "Smallville" star's ties to an alleged cult.
A Reddit user shared a short audio clip that quickly caused internet controversy after YouTuber Cloe Feldman asked the now-infamous question, “What do you hear?! Yanny or Laurel” When the video played, some people heard “Laurel” while others clearly heard “Yanny.” As the post made the social media rounds, many were left dumbfounded by what they did or didn’t hear. Celebs got in on the action too, including Ellen DeGeneres, who heard “Laurel.” But Chrissy Teigen, who initially joined the debate on Twitter, and even got her parents involved, quickly led the charge to end the internet madness.
Many of us spent Tuesday listening to an audio clip that says "Laurel"… or it says "Yanny," depending on who's listening. And so did some celebrities, it seems.
Many demanded an apology from Wolf, saying she took her jabs too far. Several celebrities, however, thought asking for an “I’m sorry” was rich considering what Trump has done and said in the past.
Kanye West took a private text exchange about politics with John Legend and posted it on Twitter.
"Roseanne" is back on television whether you like it or not – and some people really don’t like it at all.
“Who bit Beyoncé?” is quickly becoming the “Who shot J.R.?” of 2018, and oddsmakers are getting in on the action.
Model Chrissy Teigen summed up her response to the fake image of Emma González ripping up what appeared to be the Constitution with just one word, and the internet quickly responded.
Oscar-winning actress Kathy Bates had everyone hyped on "Lip Sync Battle," where she channeled Bruno Mars and Naughty By Nature and nailed it.
NEW YORK (AP) — A 64-year-old man has been convicted of stealing Grammy winner John Legend's Louis Vuitton bag containing $25,000 Cartier cufflinks from an airport luggage cart in New York.
When Chrissy Teigen stopped by "Ellen," she revealed that she's not always in the loop about her husband's career.
James Corden's parents visited the Grammys and beatboxed with Common, serenaded members of U2, and sang "Happy Birthday" to Rick Ross.