"We were convinced we were going to win, just because it deserved to win. But of course it didn't," chuckles Garbage's Shirley Manson.
"It's something about [Stevie's] charisma, something about her truthfulness and her honesty and the visceral nature of the way she performs. She’s like a wild animal of energy, which I love.”
When Franklin saw the set with the massive orchestra ready to go, she told Ehrlich, “This is gonna be fun.” Says Ehrlich, “And it was. It was amazing.”
Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment in 2003, the pop icon offered an unexpected answer to that loaded question.
Twenty-four years ago, Navarro made his live Red Hot Chili Peppers debut ... with a 60-pound light bulb on his head.
The crew behind the year's most shocking scene explain how they pulled it off. Plus, inside details of Cap's beard, Thor's ax, and those spacy visuals.
Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez used to ruin her dolls trying to make them do gymnastics. Her Barbie is fully articulated.
"You have no idea how that makes me feel, just parent to parent, to look someone in the eye and say, 'Thank you for loving your kid no matter who they are.'"
One vintage album inspired the Stray Cats' unique drumming — although Phantom didn’t learn the story behind that album’s cover art until years later.
Squire Fridell, who played the fast-food spokesclown for McDonald's in the 1980s, looks back at the "E.T"-inspired bomb that earned Ronald a Razzie.
This International Cat Day, the "internet's premier cat rapper" is on a mission to erase the stigma against female feline fans.
John David Washington would reenact his father Denzel's film "Glory" for hours at a time when he was a kid. Now he stars in Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman."
Thirty-six years later, the world has nothing but love for “Africa.” It’s gonna take a lot to drag fans away from this song.
"Star Trek" icon bit his tongue while the thrice-married, "famously unfaithful" Donald Trump told the gay actor he believed traditional marriage could only involve a man and a woman.
The always political filmmaker explains why he explicitly connects his 1970s KKK drama to the deadly 2017 incident during an alt-right rally in the Virginia city.
Jobriath was one of rock’s greatest tragedies, dying of AIDS 35 years ago. But now he's a cult hero for other musicians -- gay and straight -- who owe him a debt.
The Warped Tour — which ends this Sunday, Aug. 5, after a 23-year run — always presented fans of pop-punk, punk, emo, and hardcore with an annual showcase of the best and brightest acts in the industry. But Warped founder Kevin Lyman wasn’t content to simply hold down the fort for perennials like Pennywise, Dropkick Murphys, NOFX, and Bad Religion. Over the years, the tour was also a proving ground for fresh faces in hip-hop, including Eminem, D12, and the Black Eyed Peas (before Fergie joined), as well as veteran rockers like Joan Jett and Billy Idol. Lyman has also premiered new faces on the scene like the Pretty Reckless, who are fronted by ex- Gossip Girl actress Taylor Momsen — and, back in 2008, a virtually unknown singer named Katy Perry, who had yet to kiss a girl and like it. Yahoo Entertainment talked to Lyman about some of the most unusual acts to play the Warped Tour and what he remembers most about their inclusion on the festival. Read on, in Lyman’s own words. (Photos: Getty Images)
David Boreanaz, now starring in CBS's hit "SEAL Team," expresses support for upcoming "Buffy" relaunch, which has come under fire on social media.
"It was basically through his loss that I gained, in a terrible way, but he gained as well — because it meant he could carry on working.”
Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon say those looks of "fear and horror" on their faces in "They Spy Who Dumped Me" are genuine.
Find which ‘80s star was originally supposed to sing "Take My Breath Away," why Moroder was intimidated in the studio by Freddie Mercury, and more.
"Whenever I hear the Buggles' 'Video Killed the Radio Star,' I get goosebumps. I practically want to cry, every time. Every. Single. Time."
In wide-ranging interview with Yahoo, Gabrielle Union explains their reconciliation, discusses her struggles with infertility, spills on her early anniversary present for Dwyane Wade, and offers a status update on her upcoming "Bad Boys" spinoff with Jessica Alba.
Henry Cavill and Zachary Levi tell us who'd win a smackdown between Superman and Shazam (and Batman).