It seems Bea Arthur fans will take any opportunity to shout their love for the iconic "Golden Girls" actress from the rooftops lanais.
Barr, whose rebooted ABC show was canceled last year after she sent a racist tweet, slammed the freshman congresswoman from New York for her political views as well as her appearance.
In the wake of the fresh reports in the quickly evolving case, many recognizable names spoke out.
The former football star explained what allegedly happened via Instagram Stories on Thursday.
Chris Pratt saw Ellen Page's comments about his church last week, and the "Guardians of the Galaxy" actor has a lot to say in response.
J.Lo shared a behind-the-scenes snapshot featuring A-Rod and herself still wearing their fancy party duds, with the pair relaxed, done with their glam celebrity lives for the night.
Viewers who watched Thursday night's episode of "The Big Bang Theory" to the very end got a pop of politics where they may not have expected it.
Actor Matthew Perry sent a tweet Wednesday that caused a lot of concern.
While a lot of people go to great lengths to keep the grays away, the actress Salma Hayek is happy to point hers out.
Comedian Rob Delaney shared some serious thoughts Monday, as he marked 17 years of sobriety.
Fiji Water Girl Kelleth Cuthbert, whose photobombing on the Golden Globes red carpet became an Internet sensation, is suing the brand, claiming they are using her for marketing without authorization. Cuthbert (real name Kelly Steinbach) is suing Fiji Water Company and The Wonderful Company. The suit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, claims a cardboard cutout marketing campaign was created the day after the Golden Globes using her image without authorization. They…
Ryan Reynolds enjoys trolling people on Twitter, and he especially relishes a good hit at Hugh Jackman. The "X-Men" star is happy to tease him right back.
A former child star from the 1994 "Little Rascals" movie is blaming his Twitter outburst during Sunday's broadcast of Fox's “Rent: Live” on a mental health problem.
A few days after posting about the brouhaha between a Native American elder and Catholic High School students, the singer addressed some of the hateful comments she's been receiving.
The "Melrose Place" alum, who has dealt with substance abuse, arrests and mental health issues in the past year, was back with an image of her adorable pup, Mister.
The model shared a lengthy statement Thursday about having been "anxious, helpless and insecure" because of her acne in the past.
All the hate led Glanville to address the "mean girl backlash" over her butt selfie on Twitter.
Baby, you can drive my car, but you might run into a pothole, specifically one that resembles a certain British music legend.
Although a lot of celebrities who've participated so far don't look a whole lot different, Jenner certainly does, because she transitioned during that time.
While Ali requested prayers, she also asked for forgiveness from people she may have hurt in the past and thanked the people who have given her joy.