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We're practically purring with excitement.
Roseanne Barr said her former co-star Sara Gilbert "destroyed the show and my life" with a tweet that ultimately led to ABC canceling the "Roseanne" series.
The Oscar-winning actress is feeling a lot of love on her special day.
The mom of two and stepmom of two more is about to welcome baby No. 5 to the family.
The pastry chef and TV personality posted a beautiful message about the man who taught him how to bake on social media.
2019 SXSW had a little something for everyone, from stars like Lupita Nyong'o and Jordan Peele to a supermodel experience
The singer shows off an array of impressive moves — both on and off the ground.
Your living room will be the hottest place to be for the big games!
In an interview with Busy Philipps, the former "Friends" star revealed that her journey to motherhood was not easy.
The former president shared some words of wisdom with the engaged couple.
"Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke wrote an essay for The New Yorker detailing two brain aneurysms she had.
The "Real Housewives" star admits she made "thoughtless comments."
Could this BE any more exciting?
A planned follow-up to the 1994 classic had Forrest popping up in the O.J. Simpson car chase and dancing with Princess Diana.
The singer turned to her fans after losing the shirt she's adored for decades.
The comedian hopes sharing her husband's story will help others and remove the stigma of having autism. "The tools that we've been given have made his life so much better."
Trisha Yearwood chats with TODAY’s Hoda Kotb about her favorite quote (by Rachel Hollis!), husband Garth Brooks, how she deals with negative social media comments and more on this episode of “Quoted By … With Hoda.”
Hanks is, of course, a total shoo-in for the role.
Jessica Simpson welcomed her third child with husband Eric Johnson, a girl named Birdie Mae.
Lori Loughlin's popular Hallmark series is being retooled, and the stars remaining on the show are thanking their fans for support.
The new film, called "Bill & Ted Face the Music," will mark the long-awaited return of the beloved slackers.