NBA All-Star LeBron James spoke to the press today, after Sunday's peaceful protests at NFL games, in which many players took a knee during the national anthem in support of equality. "It's powerful what all these athletes are doing," James said. "If NFL fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting our Flag & Country, you will see change take place fast.
Since Jimmy Kimmel began speaking out about health care reform, many people have expressed their distaste for his political activism. It seems his wife, Molly McNearney, has been the recipient of several cruel messages as well. On Monday, McNearney, co-head writer for "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" hit back at "trolls" who have said mean things to her in the wake of recent news.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived holding hands at the Invictus Games Monday afternoon and cheered on athletes in the wheelchair tennis competition. Harry, 33, and Markle, 36, arrived to a wheelchair tennis match between New Zealand and Australia flanked by members of their security team.
Barbara Corcoran never considered herself to be an emotional person, but all of that changed when she signed on to the 25th season of "Dancing With the Stars."The "Shark Tank" star told ABC News that for the first time in 25 years, she's found herself crying out of exasperation.Dancing, she explained, is nothing like the deal-making she's used to in her real estate business."It has been very difficult because I use my mind in my work. I’m always analyzing things and running from my gut," she said. "With dancing, it has nothing with the mind. ...
Everyone's favorite "Last Jedi" Mark Hamill turns 66 today and it's hard to believe Darth Vader's son is really in his mid-60s. You can't do a list like this without mentioning Hamill's stellar work over the years voicing the one and only Joker in animated Batman films. In fact, Hamill's been voicing Batman's nemesis for almost 25 years, dating back to 1993's "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm." If you look on IMDB, he has almost 50 credits to his name under Gotham's creepiest villain.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was the latest friend of President Donald Trump's to speak out against his comments this weekend about NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem. "If NFL fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting our Flag & Country, you will see change take place fast. Fire or suspend!" Trump tweeted on Sunday, which followed similar comments he made Friday at a rally in Huntsville, Alabama.
Meghan Markle turned heads when she attended the opening ceremony of the 2017 Invictus Games Saturday to support her boyfriend, Prince Harry. Markle, 36, chose a $185 dress by a Canada-based fashion brand to make her debut at her first public appearance with Harry, 33, whom she began dating last summer.
Kris Jenner is speaking out for the first time about the rumors that her youngest daughter, Kylie, is expecting her first child - and the momager is saying, not so fast! Several reports claim that Kylie Jenner, 20, is expecting a child with her boyfriend, rapper Travis Scott. ABC News reached out to a rep for Jenner, but didn't hear back.
Stevie Wonder is among the celebrities speaking out in response to President Donald Trump's criticism of NFL players who kneel in protest during the national anthem.While performing at the Global Citizen Festival in New York City, the iconic musician made a symbolic gesture in support of kneeling players."Tonight, I'm taking a knee for America. But not just one knee, I'm taking both knees," Wonder, 67, said onstage Saturday. "Both knees in prayer for our planet, our future, our leaders of the world and our globe. ...
Meghan Markle showed support for her boyfriend, Prince Harry, tonight attending the opening ceremony of the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. Markle, 36, watched the opening ceremony from the Air Canada Centre seated with Markus Anderson, who reportedly introduced the couple a year ago. Prince Harry was seated several rows away with various foreign dignitaries including U.S. first lady Melania Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Prince Harry is preparing to kick off the 2017 Invictus Games, the Paralympic-style sporting event he founded for wounded service members. Harry, 33, will welcome the service members and their families before kicking the games off Saturday in an opening ceremony featuring the Canadian Armed Forces and celebrities including Sarah McLachlan at the Air Canada Center, an arena in downtown Toronto. Harry met with U.S. first lady Melania Trump, who is leading the U.S. delegation to the Invictus Games, before the official opening.
Jimmy Kimmel's war of words with Republican leaders over the party's latest proposed health care legislation continued Thursday night. "And that is true, I'm not qualified to talk about this, but I think those people forget -- Bill Cassidy named this test after me.
Jerry Seinfeld has said it before and he'll say it again: don't expect a "Seinfeld" reunion.Despite a Super Bowl ad from a few years back, Jerry, Elaine, George and the gang will probably never grace the TV screen together again.Read: Jerry Seinfeld explains why he snubbed Kesha: 'I don't know every pop star'Related: Jessica Seinfeld opens up about cooking for her family and her new book 'Food Swings'"Entertainment Tonight" recently asked the 63-year-old whether he would capitalize on the current trend of reboots and reunions like "Roseanne" and "Will & Grace. ...
Jimmy Kimmel continued his battle with Sen. Bill Cassidy on Wednesday, one day after the talk show host accused Cassidy of lying to his face about what the senator would demand in a health care bill.Last night Kimmel used a portion of his monologue to rip Cassidy, a co-sponsor of the latest GOP health care bill, for introducing a plan that Kimmel said backtracks on the promises Cassidy made in a May appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"Read: Jimmy Kimmel slams senator for lying about new health care billEarlier on Wednesday, Cassidy said on CNN that Kimmel didn't understand the new bill. ...
The singer told People magazine that it's been difficult trying to promote her new album, "Double Dutchess," when interviewers kept asking her about her marriage. Fergie, 42, and Duhamel, 44, revealed last week that they were ending their eight-year marriage.
El Moussa, 36, a real estate professional and an HGTV star, doesn't make it clear when the photo was taken, and in recent pictures, he looks to be back at his normal weight. El Moussa ended his post on a positive note. NOT embarrassed to share!!! This was one of the absolute lowest points of my life!! After beating cancer twice I had a horrific back injury.
The "Hand in Hand" hurricane relief benefit is estimated to have raised more than $55 million for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The star-studded telethon was broadcast on Sept. 12 and raised $14 million in the first hour, organizers said today, and within a few hours increased that amount to $44 million. Comic Relief USA will manage the grants made from the telethon and distribute them to charities including the Rebuild Texas Fund, Habitat for Humanity, Save the Children, Feeding Florida, Feeding Texas, Direct Relief, ASPCA, Best Friends Animal Society, United Way of Greater Houston, United Way Irma Recovery Fund and the Mayor's Fund for Hurricane Harvey Relief, which is administered through the Greater Houston Community Foundation.
Boxing legend Jake LaMotta, who inspired the 1980 Oscar-winning film "Raging Bull," died on Tuesday. LaMotta's wife, Denise Baker, confirmed his death to ABC News and said he died from complications of pneumonia. LaMotta was a world middleweight championship in the late 1940s, but was a well-known brawler before winning the title.
It's been 26 years since the critically-acclaimed film "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," the last time Linda Hamilton played Sarah Connor, the warrior mother doing her best to keep her son John away from time-traveling robots sent to kill him. Cameron commented on guys like Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone and asked why women in their 50's and 60's couldn't also be headlining action films today. Cameron won't be behind the camera for this film, it will be "Deadpool" director Tim Miller, but he'll be producing and writing the story.
TV personality Billy Bush and his wife, Sydney Davis, have decided to separate after two decades together. Bush, the former "Access Hollywood" and "Today Show" host, married Davis in 1998 and the two are parents to three daughters: Josephine, Mary and Lillie. The 45-year-old journalist made headlines last year after a 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape of Bush and President Trump discussing women surfaced before the presidential election.
For Victoria Arlen, "Dancing With the Stars" is more than just another reality competition show, it's a reminder of what she's overcome in her young life. Arlen said the conditions left her in a vegetative state for almost four years. "When I was 10 years old, 'Dancing with the Stars' premiered, and I told my mom, 'I’m going to be on that show one day,'" she wrote for People.
Thirteen celebrities and their professional partners strutted their stuff Monday night in their bid to win the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy, on the season 25 premiere of "Dancing With the Stars."After a splashy opening production number, hosts Erin Andrews and Tom Bergeron welcomed the new cast and revealed some changes for the landmark season. This year, there are only three judges: Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli. Because of time limitations, the judges will be limited to one comment per couple. ...
Jedediah Bila, the sole conservative-leaning panelist who joined ABC's "The View" last August, announced today that she's leaving the show. The news was also confirmed in a staff memo sent out by the show's executive producers this morning. "So, this is my last day at 'The View' and I want to thank these ladies," Bila said of her co-stars/on-air sparring partners Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, Joy Behar and Sara Haines.
After being hospitalized last week for "severe physical pain," Lady Gaga has postponed the European leg of her Joanne world tour to take care of her health. A statement from tour promoter Live Nation says the pain has "impacted her ability to perform" and that her doctors have recommended the postponement.
The former "Grey’s Anatomy" and "Private Practice" actress revealed to Cosmopolitan that she had a benign brain tumor removed in 2015. “The words ‘brain tumor’ were never in my zeitgeist,” Walsh told the magazine.