All the attention is on the famous names she drops in the lyrics, and no one was safe — from her ex Meek Mill to 50 Cent to Cardi B.
One actor, one restaurant, and one photographer: These ingredients somehow added up to a dispute, with people taking sides and the police being called.
The two are finally clarifying what exactly went down in a new video on Kardashian’s app, released Monday.
Howard Stern blasted Leslie Moonves throughout his radio show Monday, recalling his run-ins with the CBS chief and gloating over the current investigation into him for alleged sexual harassment. “I know his true nature. He’s a shark,” Stern said on his Sirius radio show, adding that Moonves “had no humanity behind those shark eyes.” Stern, […]
Kim Kardashian's dis gift to "hater" Chloë Grace Moretz backfired. Moretz said a handler took care of it, so it never even reached her.
It's Whoopi Goldberg versus Jeanine Pirro, round two. Following Thursday's blowup at “The View,” Goldberg and Pirro went to their TV homes — ABC and Fox News, respectively — to rehash what transpired on the talk show.
Of all the celebrities disturbed by President Trump's Monday summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, movie star and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger might have been the most upset.
Sarah Palin calls Sacha Baron Cohen "a proven liar," escalating their war of words ahead of the premiere of the comedian's Showtime series.
Someone shaded Chance the Rapper's cookout proposal, so Chance slid into the person's DMs let him know he wasn't OK with the criticism.
The rapper has started a GoFundMe campaign to sue the "Gladiator" star for a 2016 hotel incident that began as a small party and turned ugly.
UPDATED: On Sunday, President Donald Trump took to Twitter to attack “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon for recent remarks he made regarding Trump’s 2016 appearance on his show. In the Tweet, Trump told Fallon to “be a man” after, somewhat incoherently, asserting that Fallon was “whimpering” about the “hair show” — referring to the September […]
Ted Cruz and Jimmy Kimmel bumbled, stumbled and sweated their way to an epically ugly display of basketball on Monday night's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" -- and while Cruz came out on top, in the end both stars' charities were the winners. Kimmel challenged the Texas senator to a game of basketball after taking a shot at him on Twitter comparing his photo to a blobfish. The one-on-one contest was held Saturday at Texas Southern University in Houston, but aired Monday night -- about the time both men had regained their breath.
In probably the least surprising news ever, President Trump has responded to Robert De Niro's swipe at him from the stage of Sunday's Tony Awards.