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Roger Mathews and estranged wife Jenni "JWoww" Farley had a romantic evening less than a month after she filed for divorce.
Fans of the singer can breath a sigh of relief. A report surfaced that Bublé was hanging it up, but his rep tells TODAY it isn't true.
The coach and 12 boys from the Thai soccer team rescued in July after 17 days trapped in a cave spoke with Ellen DeGeneres about how they survived.
From back to school to cross-country flights, Sheinelle Jones has one packed schedule.
"The Tonight Show" host joined viral rapping sensation Post Malone at the Olive Garden in New York City's Times Square.
Jenna Bush Hager thought she was smiling for a photo with her sister on her wedding day ... but their father had other plans!
Rita Wilson opened up about her journey with breast cancer, and the key to her 30-year marriage to Tom Hanks, for TODAY's One Small Thing series.
This will melt your heart.
The actor showed his love for Gideon and Harper when they turned 8.
"Team Fati" is out in full force after the reality TV contestant revealed her cancer had returned in September.
"A Million Little Pieces" star Ron Livingston looked back on his time playing Jack Berger on "Sex and the City" in an interview with TODAY.
The actor and his wife used the power of social media to honor his accomplishment.
What better way to celebrate International Day of the Girl than finding the girl who's your new best friend?
The "Greatest Showman" star is poking fun at himself on social media.
The princess invited several of her celebrity friends to her wedding at Windsor Castle.
It's no longer just smoke and mirrors in the new "Aladdin" trailer.
The pop star's treatment comes a year after a kidney transplant in her battle with lupus.
KLG and Hoda are going to give 5 lucky viewers a special prize each week.
The Barefoot Contessa's Food Network fairy tale certainly didn't happen overnight.
Drescher is definitely thinking out of the box with this casting choice.
The veteran correspondent takes a closer look at a subject you'd least expect to see in the true-crime spotlight.