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Country star Trisha Yearwood shares the empowering message of her new single, advice for aspiring singers, and how women in country music band together in the latest episode of "Women Who Rock: Music & Mentorship.” Created by TODAY with our sponsor Citi.
The actress and mom of three says son Noah has a passion for fashion and he no longer cares if his peers try to put him down for it.
The reality TV show veteran continues to mourn the death of his wife, Beth, who passed away in late June.
The actress shared the touching news on Instagram.
Carson and Siri are expecting another baby! "We couldn’t be happier to share the news that our family is growing by one this spring," the couple said.
The actresses look more than just "Friends" ... they look like twins!
Kris Jenner and Yolanda Hadid teamed up in a "Dynasty" inspired photo shoot for Harper's Bazaar.
Lopez got a few well-wishes from his old "Saved by the Bell" co-stars.
The "Flip It Like Disick" star said she's the "most special girl in the world" to him.
A "significant portion" of the proceeds from the auction will help fund a scholarship honoring the award-winning chef.
Netflix is packed with more programming than anyone could consume in a lifetime. So where should you start? Check out this month's handy list.
Hard to believe it's been 17 years since she won "American Idol"!
Ralph Lauren is celebrating the '90s series with this collection, full of fun pieces and workwear staples.
Dion lost her beloved husband and manager, René Angélil, three years ago.
The 50-year-old actor thanked friends, family and fans for their well-wishes.
Weber, the second runner-up on Hannah Brown's season of "The Bachelorette," will star in the 2020 season of "The Bachelor," ABC announced Tuesday night.
See how he channeled his inner Joanna Gaines!
The fashion designer opened up about her new beauty line and letting her guard down.
Pink's feeling homesick but not for her own home.
Three cheers for this great idea!
“Please keep me in your good thoughts and prayers," the "Jeopardy!" host said. "It really means a lot.”