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Following Kanye West and President Trump's meeting on Thursday — in which the "Ye" rapper covered everything from Superman, the 13th and Second amendments to North Korea — celebrities took to Twitter to voice their distaste with West's visit to the White House.
Jason Biggs is coming clean — and staying clean.
MSNBC “All In” host Chris Hayes took to twitter with a bizarre conspiracy on Wednesday, pondering if wealthy Saudi Arabians are shelling out cash to President Trump in exchange for the authorization to kill critics.
Julia Roberts is getting honest about the hurtful nature of social media.
Selena Gomez is seeking treatment at an East Coast facility, Fox News has learned.
NFL legend Herschel Walker wants to know why CNN hasn’t fired Don Lemon over a controversial segment in which Kanye West was called “the token negro of the Trump administration.”
The creator of the Fyre Festival, a highly publicized and famously failed music bash in the Bahamas, was ordered Thursday to spend six years in prison by a judge who called him a "serial fraudster."
CNN political analyst April Ryan raised eyebrows when she evoked the name of a man who once made a sex tape with Kanye West’s wife when evaluating Thursday’s White House meeting between the famed rapper and President Trump.
Eagles' guitarist Joe Walsh had some stern words for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
As musicians from all respects gathered at the White House for the signing of the Music Modernization Act, country singers Craig Morgan and John Rich took the time to address the public and voice how important the new legislation is to them.
Jami Gertz discussed how her career went from acting to becoming the owner of the Atlanta Hawks with her husband.
“Bachelor” alum Amanda Stanton entered a plea of not guilty after being charged with one count of misdemeanor domestic battery last month in Vegas.
The event is included in a 10-year contract to hold live events in the kingdom as the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman loosened the rules on bringing Western entertainment to the country.
Kanye West – one of President Trump’s most famous and vocal supporters – will meet with the president at the White House on Thursday to discuss matters including prison reform and gang violence.
New WWE superstar Ronda Rousey has a bone to pick with Bella Twins and now she's ready for her revenge.
With the 2018 midterm elections rapidly approaching, celebrities, politicians and everyone in between are taking to social media to encourage people to vote, including Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak. However, the game show legend accompanied his message with a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor....
CNN is under fire after a segment on “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon” has been labeled racist after rapper Kanye West was referred to as “the token negro of the Trump administration.”
Princess Eugenie, the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, gets ready to marry tequila company executive James Brooksbank on Friday morning.
Arnold Schwarzenegger admitted he “stepped over the line several times” with women in the past and regretted calling his political opponents “girlie men.”