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The star of "Midsommar" might be a perfect match for the Material Girl.
The stigma of "rebel flags and racism" in the musical genre is changing, he suggests.
Believe it or not, there will come a day when Sajak will not be at the wheel of the classic game show.
The disease has the lowest survival rate of all major cancers.
Between his surgeon and his hit-maker wife, the biker and off-road truck racer is in good hands.
Growing older or growing better? The superstar entertainer shares her thoughts about aging in a handwritten letter to fans.
“I have a question: Is he nice to you?”
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“It doesn’t matter how much money you have ... you can’t intimidate people to make things go better for you,” Jennifer Hough said.
The singer gave Johnny Rivera Jr. a 16th birthday gift he will never forget.
Rachael Ray said her New York City apartment "melted" during flooding from Hurricane Ida.
The late couple’s big day was actually a small and sweet affair.
The stars of "Law & Order: SVU" and "Law & Order: Organized Crime" talk about whether romance is in the future for Benson and Stabler.
Is there an impression that Fineman can't do?
The "Sex and the City" star reacted to an emotional social media post about Garson's death at age 57.
Owen Wilson, Rami Malek and Jason Sudeikis will also serve as hosts of the upcoming 47th season of the show.
The Netflix documentary, titled "Britney vs. Spears," will examine the controversial conservatorship the pop icon has been under for the last 13 years.
Heather Rae Young also shared a loving tribute to her future stepdaughter.
"That was a real process," Pinkett Smith said of her relationship with Smith's ex-wife, Sheree Zampino.
Garson, the actor who played Blatch on six seasons and in two films of "Sex and the City," sadly died at the age of 57 on Tuesday.
She's had a lot of experience in the public eye, but says "Jeopardy!" is a whole new spotlight.