At 51 years old, the actress says she's in "best shape of her life," and that's thanks to working out five times a week and sticking to a ketogenic diet.
Although she was first diagnosed in 2001 (when she was hospitalized for a physical and mental breakdown), “I didn’t want to believe it,” the superstar singer-songwriter said.
Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson is sharing about how a bad breakup and being cut by a football team was the "absolute worst time" of his life and triggered depression.
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.
Tesco issues statement after a Black Panther costume being sold on its website was mistakenly described as a “Dark Panther” outfit, goes viral.
We talked to a baby name expert who weighed in on Kylie Jenner's "surprisingly retro name choice" for her newborn daughter.
Dylan Farrow, daughter of Mia Farrow, has given her first television interview to Gayle King of “CBS This Morning.”
For more reasons than one, Sunday’s Golden Globes were a lot darker than usual. Many celebrities are participating in a “red carpet blackout” — a purposeful black fashion statement to raise awareness about sexual harassment and gender inequality. Responders on Twitter (and perhaps, eyes on the red carpet) are calling out Blanco for going against the all-black dress code.
The Golden Globes red carpet, typically a stage for sartorial statements, was about so much more than just that. On Sunday night, most actresses wore black to address sexual harassment in the entertainment industry and beyond. Men joined in too, wearing Time’s Up pins on their lapels. And because of the deeper meaning, everyone’s a winner.
One by one, women subjected to Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct during his decades in the film industry are speaking out.
The "Game of Thrones" lovebirds are getting hitched — and now here's the proof in black and white.
The reality star hits the VMA red carpet with her young daughter, and raises eyebrows around issues of exploitative parenting;
Heidi Klum talks about adding plus-size models to "Project Runway" as well as lingerie and how she's at work on her Halloween costume.
Gal Gadot tells New York Times she rejects complaints about skimpiness of movie costume, recalls how close she came to quitting acting
Saban’s Power Rangers, Life, CHIPS, and Wilson. Up first, Power Rangers (PG-13) reboots the ’90s series about kids, played by RJ Cyler, Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, Becky G., and Ludi Lin, with superpowers.
Stephen Colbert was in the middle of his opening monologue Tuesday night on "The Late Show" when Ryan Reynolds abruptly interrupted him to call him a liar.
Amal — apparently with a baby bump — and George Clooney arrive in Barcelona with his parents on Feb. 1. Apparently Julie Chen has an in with the stork, because she reported on Thursday’s episode of The Talk that George and Amal Clooney are expecting twins. While there have been rumors recently that the powerhouse human rights attorney was pregnant, Chen “confirmed” the reports on the CBS gabfest.
Mark Hamill has long been a defender of George Lucas’s prequel trilogy, and 18 years after the release of Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace, he still takes the insults personally. In an interview with Vulture at the Sundance Film Festival, where he was promoting his comedy Brigsby Bear, the man who plays Luke Skywalker said that he still can’t fathom the vitriol directed at the films. In particular, Hamill said, he’s “still angry” about the criticism directed at young Phantom Menace star Jake Lloyd.
Moana, the title character of an upcoming animated film, sounds like a classic Disney princess. “We don’t describe her as a princess,” producer Osnat Shurer said.