'The Voice' live shows began this week, and Monday's top 12 episode was literally one of the best performance nights in the series' 13-season history. So get ready for perhaps the least shady episode in 'The Day After' history!
Nice and slowly, the R&B sensation Usher Raymond (better known as just Usher) has quietly carved out a fruitful acting career on the side.
Nick Carter has been accused by former teen pop singer Melissa Schuman of rape.
On "The Tonight Show," Adam Levine from Maroon 5 joined Jimmy Fallon for a little incognito subway station performance.
When Jim Jefferies challenged the guy who took out Osama Bin Laden to a watermelon shootout, something kind of unexpected happened.
On "Drop the Mic," the Backstreet Boys and Charlie Puth went head to head, roasting each other about their age difference.
"Olaf's Frozen Adventure," an animated short that opens this week, follows the eponymous snowman (voiced by Josh Gad) on a journey around Arendelle to explore holiday traditions on behalf of royal sisters Elsa (Idina Menzel) and Anna (Kristen Bell).
On night one of the "Dancing With the Stars" finale, four couples competed for the final three spots heading into the second half of the finale.
The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor was awarded to late-night legend David Letterman. Last year's recipient, Bill Murray, was on hand to pass the torch.
Every time I thought I’d witnessed the performance of the night, the next contestant came along, shattered my expectations, and set the bar a notch higher.
The Beach Boys' Mike Love recently stopped by BUILD Series in New York City to discuss a variety of topics, including his new solo album, "Unleash the Love" (released Nov. 17). In an untimely twist, Charles Manson, whom Love detailed meeting in his 2016 memoir, "Good Vibrations," died the night before the interview.