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The music legend has postponed his European tour dates until 2023 because he has to undergo surgery on his hip following a fall.
The pop star and girlfriend Kylie Prew have a lot to celebrate!
Just two days after returning for a new season of “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” the host reminds fans what they’ve been missing with her take on this retro cover.
Devon Rodriguez spoke to TODAY about his wild rise to fame.
Minaj said Wednesday that she had been “invited” to the White House to discuss vaccines and Covid after her tweets caused backlash.
In a tale of two high-profile conservatorships, one dominated headlines, while the other didn’t get much attention.
Usher, Julianne Hough and Priyanka Chopra Jonas were announced as hosts late last week.
“She’s even better than your sparkliest dreams.”
Fauci said it's "a resounding no" that there's any evidence to the claim tweeted by rapper Nicki Minaj that COVID-19 vaccines cause impotence.
The veteran coaches open up about new addition Ariana Grande and look ahead to a series milestone.
The whole gang turned out for Broadway’s spectacular return.
Julia Alvarez's groundbreaking book has become a classic.
"When it comes to representation on TV while I was growing up, I had a bit of an interesting situation," Gomez said.
The Colombian-American actor opens up to TODAY about the film's message for a younger generation, sharing personal experiences on Twitter and playing Disney's "Snow White."
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re celebrating the styles and perspectives of artists in the Latino community. Here are the stories of 20 inspiring artists, shared in their own words.
Macdonald died Tuesday after a private battle with cancer.
Morissette participated in the documentary, but in a statement issued by her publicist, she said she would not be supporting the film.
The late comedian played Burt Reynolds on the show's recurring "Celebrity Jeopardy!" sketch.
Spears said last month that she would be posting less, citing “pretty nasty” news stories that reported “horrible and mean lies.”
Union's character, Isis, was the only lead character without a last name.
Aniston does not plan to attend this Sunday's ceremony despite the "Friends" reunion being nominated.