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While inundated with congratulatory messages for winning her first Grammy Award on Sunday, Cardi B accidentally thanked late legend Tom Petty for a bunch of flowers
Nicki Minaj is breaking all kinds of news on Twitter!
Garth Brooks is coming out of retirement and will be taking the baseball diamond once again.
Richard Gere and wife Alejandra Silva have welcomed their first child together, Fox News can confirm.
Pete Davidson recently bid farewell to his Ariana Grande-inspired neck tattoo, replacing it with a word some fans are calling "savage."
Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston announced their separation almost one year ago — but that hasn't stopped a mutual level of respect to remain between the two.
Elizabeth Banks is spreading a message to women about self-love.
George Clooney is set to not only appear in his first TV series — "Catch-22" — since starring in his final "ER" episode 10 years ago, but the Oscar-winning actor will also executive produce and direct his latest project.
Sarah Ferguson addressed the perceived rivalry between her and Princess Diana.
ABC News’ “The View” Joy Behar scolded colleague Meghan McCain on Monday morning, telling the conservative co-host that she was having a “hissy fit” and ending a conversation before McCain had a chance to chime in.
Kelly Clarkson called on Kansas Capitol police officers for backup (singing) during a concert in Kansas City last week.
"Black Panther" star Letitia Wright put her faith and her struggles on full-display when she accepted the only award voted on by the public in England.
Can you believe Jennifer Aniston is 50?
Late "Young and the Restless" actor Kristoff St. John's ex-wife revealed that she was hospitalized after his death.
“Special Report” anchor Bret Baier will debut a new podcast on Tuesday that examines the 2020 presidential field with in-depth analysis and compelling conversations about the White House hopefuls.
"Big Bang Theory" actress Kaley Cuoco is going to have a hard time letting the show go — such a difficult time, in fact, the star says she plans to bring an item home from the set as a memento.
Bradley Cooper dedicated his BAFTA Award for "A Star Is Born" to his on and offscreen loves, Lady Gaga and Irina Shayk.
Michelle Rodriguez apologized on Saturday after she said actor Liam Neeson, who stirred up controversy after revealing he once sought to kill a black person for revenge, couldn’t be a racist because “racists don’t make out with the race that they hate.”
Christina Ricci knows a thing or two about growing up in the spotlight -- and now the former child actress is speaking out against parents who try to 'make [their] child famous."