Troubled singer Chris Brown was arrested in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Thursday night after performing at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre
The class of 2018 went all out this year with creatively designed caps paying homage to favorite singers, actors, and shows.
Wake up this Wednesday to news about the just-announced bridesmaids and page boys for the royal wedding, and why shoppers are complaining about Rihanna's new designs.
Sarah Paulson was on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and embarrassed herself while trying to befriend Rihanna on the set of "Ocean's 8."
Celebs have been known to give their family matriarchs elaborate gifts, often noting that they want to pay back some of the love they received.
Did you see the Oscar winner wearing that crazy headpiece? Well, now see her dancing in it. And not just dancing — getting down.
An all-female heist squad targets the Met Gala in the latest trailer for the much-anticipated spinoff from the Clooney-powered crime capers.
Her outfit deserves its own highlight reel: a cleavage-exposing leather bodysuit and chaps, fishnets, and spiked stilettos. The topper was her silver sci-fi snakeskin-pattern coat.
There seems to be a pattern of optimal greatness here, and it's crystal clear why Fenty Beauty was also awarded "Invention of the Year" by Time in 2017.
There are lots of things to discuss regarding the highly anticipated (and gossiped about) Cardi B debut album!
In Lil Dicky’s new NSFW music video (which features explicit language) for his song “Freaky Friday” featuring Chris Brown, the reality star and model makes a surprise cameo in the last 20 seconds of the song. After morphing into Ed Sheeran and DJ Khaled, Lil Dicky transforms into Jenner in the video, which pays homage to the classic film Freaky Friday (in which a mother and daughter swap bodies for a day). “I’m Kendall Jenner / I got a vagina / I’m gonna explore that right now / Holy s— I got a vagina / I’m gonna learn / I’m gonna understand the inner workings of a woman,” the 22-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star raps as Lil Dicky.
Snapchat came under fire earlier this week after an ad appeared on the app asking whether or not users would want to "slap Rihanna" or "punch Chris Brown," referencing the night Brown assaulted Rihanna in 2009.
On Monday, Snapchat apologized for an ad that asked users if they would rather “slap Rihanna or punch Chris Brown.” The social media app was alerted to the ad, which references Brown's highly publicized 2009 assault of Rihanna, after users flooded Twitter with screenshots of the "game."