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The "Little Fires Everywhere" actress learned about this recipe from Kerry Washington.
The song "I Called Mama" was recorded before the coronavirus pandemic hit, but the track has a whole new meaning now because of it.
"Ooh, look at the time!"
Archie Williams told TODAY he wants to “make up all the lost years” now.
"I was quite grateful ‘cause I didn’t have time to dread it," the late-night host said of the procedure.
It's the perfect summer binge.
The story is about a fierce child-eating monster with extraordinary powers who lives an imaginary land known as Cornucopia.
Even her family couldn't resist teasing her!
"It was so fabulous," Hawn recalled.
Like so many others who planned nuptials before the pandemic, the star is dealing with the disappointment of not knowing when she’ll say “I do.”
The model wrote on Instagram that she's learning to appreciate herself: "I'm proud as hell of my body."
The comedian needed only a few words to let people know how much Shelton means to him.
Cheyenne Jackson said he’s dreaded the day this “horrible secret would be revealed” for years, so he’s sharing it now to free himself from “shame.”
The 13-time NBA All-Star is the latest celeb to debut a fresh lockdown look — right alongside his tween daughter.
Gaga and Bennett have a well-documented friendship after working together on their Grammy Award-winning album "Cheek to Cheek" in 2014.
Kendall Jenner's "fraternal twin" brother is stepping into the spotlight with his own show.
Hedren, who starred in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" and "Marnie," began rescuing lions and tigers in the early 1970s.
The Duke of Cambridge talked about losing his mom and becoming a dad for a new BBC One documentary, "Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health."
"The virus is afraid of Betty!" a representative for the iconic actress told TODAY.
When she first shared the photo, fans immediately began asking about the man above her right shoulder covering his face.
Ben Stiller reflected on how his famous parents first fell in love as he looked back on the life of his late father, Jerry Stiller.