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The "Eyes of Tammy Faye” star opened up about how she "struggled as a kid" while being raised by a single mom who gave birth to her as a teen.
"I’m pulling for him, because he’s a really good guy,” the “Family Feud” host said of Jordan. "But at the same time, I got my eye on him.”
The thorny double band is a reminder that "love is pain," the "Bloody Valentine" singer said in a new interview with Vogue.
Mimieux is best known for films like “Where the Boys Are,” “The Time Machine” and “Light in the Piazza.”
The former Vogue creative director and editor at large died this week, leaving an impressive style legacy.
The comedian, talk show host and political influencer is the 23rd recipient of the award.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced Wednesday that the Grammy-winning rapper had offered the financial relief for victims of the fire in the Bronx, where she grew up.
Anderson, 68, was diagnosed with a type of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
William Jackson Harper, Lorraine Toussaint and Brian Tyree Henry pay tribute to the heroic life of the pioneering actor and activist.
The former Vogue editor-at-large advised designers, dressed celebrities and made a splash in the fashion world for decades.
Apparently, Garfield is really good at keeping secrets — even from his ex-girlfriend and “The Amazing Spider-Man” co-star.
A Nora Roberts mystery novel adaptation and sci-fi thriller are also trending on the streaming service.
The new seasons of "Cheer" and "Queer Eye" are also trending on the streaming service.
"It’s been a journey," the comedian shared of getting liposuction in a candid Instagram post.
"Weird: The Al Yankovic Story" will explore "every facet" of the actor, comedian and pop music parodist's "incredibly true, unexaggerated story."
The two walked alongside eight other actors, chosen by the designers to represent “real men, recognized figures."
The living legend delivered a blunt message to the Senate.
It's not exactly a Hollywood ending.
“It was something that I’ve never dreamed of,” O’Ree said. "It's just simply amazing.”
They claim the person who showed up at the event appeared to be shorter than the "real" Donald Trump.