John Legend's new music video for "Wild" came with a surprise announcement: He and wife Chrissy Teigen are having a third child.
Celebrities posted social media tributes to congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis who died on July 17 after battling pancreatic cancer.
In a powerful Juneteenth performance on Instagram, John Legend and Alicia Keys battled hit-for-hit.
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Statement, written by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, calls for more spending on education and health care
John Legend and Kanye West previously sparred in 2018 regarding the rapper's support for President Donald Trump
"After seeing you in the Ed Hardy show, I was convinced you were the woman I wanted to spend the rest of my life with" John Legend wrote on Instagram
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend wished their "little guy" happy birthday on Instagram.
The star talks about her new Quibi show "Chrissy's Court," in which she renders verdicts in ridiculous cases. She also talks about quarantining with husband John Legend and their family.
“I don’t know how many of you have been to a wedding between two stuffed animals, but what I’ve found is they are everlasting," Chrissy Teigen said of the ceremony
James Corden is to present a primetime Late Late Show special after production on the CBS talkshow was shut down earlier this month due to the coronavirus crisis. The entertainer is hosting Homefest: James Corden’s Late Late Show Special on Monday March 30 at 10pm. It will feature the Brit in his garage, chatting with […]
John Legend says live streaming concerts have one distinct advantage, he gets immediate feedback from the audience.
Who is DJ D-Nice and what is "Club Quarantine"? Inside the internet's most high-profile dance party.
For Hollywood’s entertainers, the show will go on amid the coronavirus pandemic — even if the venues have changed.
Patton Oswalt, Coldplay's Chris Martin and John Legend vow to entertain while self-quarantining amid coronavirus concerns.
DJ Khaled, John Legend, and Kirk Franklin will also pay tribute to the late rapper, who’s posthumously up for three Grammys