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Catch up on the latest pop culture headlines, including an accusation of sexual assault against Sylvester Stallone.
The estate of Michael Jackson sued ABC and parent company Disney on Wednesday, saying a two-hour documentary on the singer's last days improperly used the King of Pop's songs, music videos and movies. The lawsuit alleges at least 30 violations and seeks unspecified damages and an injunction against further use of the estate's intellectual property. It frequently cites Disney's aggressive defense of its own copyrights and its normally narrow view of "fair use," the doctrine in copyright law that says short excerpts can be used for news, criticism and research.
Michael Jackson’s estate has released a statement accusing ABC News of violating its intellectual property with its planned special about the singer’s final days. ABC is set to air the two-hour documentary “The Last Days of Michael Jackson” on Thursday, exploring the King of Pop’s life and legacy, from his complicated childhood to the record-breaking comeback concerts, “This Is It,” that he didn’t live to perform.
Paris Jackson responds to critics who shamed her for not attending Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, where Janet Jackson received the Icon Award.
If you believe that MJ invented the moonwalk, you probably also believe that Diddy invented the remix. The real story goes back further and involves more players.
Michael Jackson's iconic first-ever televised moonwalk in 1983 almost didn't happen — until the producers of "Motown 25" broke a rule.
Ed Alonzo (Max on "Saved by the Bell") has some surprising connections to some major Hollywood stars.
A clip that Paris Hilton shared from Kathy Hilton’s birthday party got people talking about the fact Paris Jackson was sitting in a prime spot at the family soiree.
Quincy Jones has issued an apology after recently giving interviews in which he trash-talked Taylor Swift and the Beatles, said he dated Ivanka Trump, and declared that Michael Jackson “stole a lot of songs.”
Brooke Shields talks about her touching reunion with Paris Jackson at New York Fashion Week and her last contact with Michael Jackson.
Paris Jackson gave a rare glimpse into her and older brother Prince's childhood on Tuesday, sharing home video of the two goofing off as kids.
Quincy Jones seems to have been sipping on truth serum — his last two major interviews turned into salacious tell-alls. So why hasn't he said anything about his old pal Bill Cosby?
The iconic music producer makes a bunch of crazy allegations in a new interview, which arrives less than a month after his previous crazy interview.
From playing peekaboo with Elvis to her romances with Michael Jackson and Nic Cage, the most famous photos of Lisa Marie Presley in honor of her milestone 50th birthday.
The matriarch of the Jackson family filed the papers in court earlier this month.
In recognition of Michael Jackson’s landmark “Thrilller” video, now 34 years old and a Halloween classic, a look at some of the best, and oddest, tributes.
Corey Feldman insists that no, he never brought Michael Jackson’s pet chimpanzee Bubbles to the set of the 1989 horror-comedy The ‘Burbs… which means, no, Bubbles never deficated all over Feldman’s trailer. It’s a claim that’s lived in infamy on the internet, and was repeated by the film’s own helmer, Joe Dante, when he visited Yahoo Studios to shoot a Director’s Reel interview in 2015. “Bubbles was not big on hygiene, and so one day they went in to clean the trailer, and it was completely covered in monkey s**t,” said Dante, who had previously directed Feldman in Gremlins.
When Sheryl Crow took to the stage at the espnW Women + Sports Summit, she managed to touch on both tragedies and uplift the audience at the same time following the emotional day. “We’ve all got heavy hearts tonight not just about Vegas but from losing someone close to us,” Crow said during her twilight performance at the Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Beach, California. The Grammy winner went on to belt out her hit “If It Makes You Happy” as a tribute to the millions of people who the late singer made happy during his solo career and also with The Heartbreakers, and succeeded in getting the crowd — including ESPN talent and top executives — up and dancing.