Miley Cyrus came to Mexico "like a wrecking ball" -- to quote her hit song -- offending fans at Monterrey concert and prompting a federal investigation.
The cardiac arrest leading to Joan Rivers' death happened as the comedian's doctor performed a biopsy on her vocal cords, a source told CNN.
Matthew McConaughey is out of 2015's "Magic Mike" sequel, according to the film's director.
The real story behind the "Cosby sweater" and why it still rules.
Darrell Hammond will be the new Don Pardo. Comedian is rejoining "Saturday Night Live," this time as announcer.
Jimmy Fallon's latest lip-sync battle featured "The Voice" coaches Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton.
"Saturday Night Live alum and "Stefon" mastermind Bill Hader will return to the show, which is now entering its 40th season, as host for the October 11th episode. Indie-soul singer Hozier, whose self-titled debut comes out next week, will appear as the episode's musical guest.
"America's Got Talent" found a magical winner for season nine.
It seems there's no such thing as time off for Jay Z and Beyonce.
Sharon Osbourne vs. U2: "The Talk" co-host went on a Twitter rant about the group's recent free release of its new album on iTunes.
The Manhattan clinic where Joan Rivers suffered cardiac arrest is still open although an accreditation group is calling for it to suspend procedures.
At the "Facts of Life" reunion Monday, a little good, a little bad and a whole lot of nostalgia were in play.
Eva Mendes was pregnant after all. The actress gave birth to baby girl on Friday with Ryan Gosling and did it in low-key way that she's handled pregnancy.
Lupita Nyong'o wants children to understand something she didn't when she was growing up: Love the skin you're in.
Lolol Jones' elimination took the "Dancing with the Stars" cast down from 13 competitors to 12.
"The View" returns to TV with a new set, two new faces and a pair of returning hosts who've spent their time away focusing on their health.
Bill Murray popped up at a birthday party over the weekend, getting down with the crowd to DJ Snake and Lil Jon's hit "Turn Down for What."
Kanye West has fired back at those criticizing him for an awkward incident involving a wheelchair-bound concertgoer.
After a dust-up last week, Rihanna says she doesn't want her performance of the song "Run This Town" to air on "Thursday Night Football."
Returning to late night after more than half a century earns Barbra Streisand an entire evening for herself.
"Dancing with the Stars" got off to a fresh start Monday with actor Alfonso Ribeiro taking the lead in the season 19 premiere.
Kanye West has been criticized for insisting the audience stand during a concert in Australia.
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts defended her refusal to show her ID to Los Angeles police before they handcuffed her last week.
Fans eager for more Katniss Everdeen got a sneak peek of the heroine in action in the first official trailer for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part I."
Summer 2013 was blurry for Robin Thicke, according to what the "Blurred Lines" singer told lawyers in April.
Lauren Morelli says writing for "Orange is the New Black" helped her realize she is gay.
Netflix has proverbially kissed "Gilmore Girls" fans in aisle 3. By the ant spray. (That's a good aisle.)
Beyonce and Jay Z appear determined to keep fans guessing. The conversation has gone from "Are they over?" to "Are they overjoyed about a pregnancy?"
"No Good Deed" and "Dolphin Tale 2" bumped "Guardians of the Galaxy" from the top of the weekend's box office.
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"Married ... with Children" may have ended in 1997, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of the Bundys.
Chris Brown has some words of advice for suspended NFL player Ray Rice.
"Curly Sue" actress Alisan Porter has an admission to make: "Hi, I'm Ali, and I'm an alcoholic."
"Saturday Night Live's" Weekend Update is getting an update of its own. Comedian Michael Che will be the segment's new co-host in its upcoming 40th season.
Nicki Minaj isn't feeling welcomed at her old high school -- or at least that's what she's saying on Twitter.
Despite all the buzz, Ellen Pompeo is not retiring from acting. Not yet, anyway.
A Rihanna song was dropped from the "Thursday Night Football" pregame show to make time for a Ray Rice discussion.
Richard Kiel, the actor best known for playing the James Bond villain "Jaws," died Wednesday, a California hospital spokeswoman said.
Over time, all cartoon characters evolve their look. But for "The Simpsons," now entering its 26th season, the difference between how Homer Simpson and family first appeared (and sounded) when they debuted on "The Tracey Ullman Show" is staggering.
Zack Snyder releases a picture of the new Batmobile that will appear the upcoming "Batman v Superman."
"The Sixth Sense" star Haley Joel Osment is starring in Kevin Smith's new movie "Yoga Hosers."
George Clooney will soon be a brief part of "Downton Abbey," and for a good cause.
"Real Housewives of Atlanta" husband Apollo Nida has reported to prison to start an eight-year federal sentence for a fraud conviction, after a side trip.
Most people need encouragement to remove their clothing. For Justin Bieber, boos from the crowd did just fine at the 2014 "Fashion Rocks" in Brooklyn.
The Manhattan clinic where Joan Rivers suffered cardiac arrest disputed a report that it happened during a biopsy of her vocal cords.
Charlie Sheen, once TV's highest-paid actor, is offering $1,000 to a waiter who got a 20 cent tip from wealthy football star LeSean McCoy.
"Saturday Night Live" is recruiting some breakout star power for its 40th season debut.
Charlie Hunnam didn't drop out of "Fifty Shades of Grey" because he didn't want to play the lead, Christian Grey.
"22 Jump Street" cheekily proposed humorous possibilities for yet another follow-up. It looks like "23 Jump Street" may happen.
Britney Spears is now single and ready to mingle -- maybe even on Tinder, with help from Jimmy Fallon.
Actor Shia LaBeouf has settled charges related to his summer meltdown on Broadway by agreeing to get more alcohol abuse treatment.
"High School Musical" star Ashley Tisdale is now Mrs. Christopher French.
When faced with a dare on "The Talk" on Tuesday, co-host Sara Gilbert picked truth instead.
For culture obsessives, fall is the best time of year. We've highlighted 50 things you should look for.
A virus is forcing Cher to postpone the opening of the second leg of her "Dressed to Kill" tour this week.
Comedian Adam Carolla settles a lawsuit filed by a high school friend who accused him of cheating him out a share of his popular podcast.
U2 surprised the world Tuesday by releasing "Songs of Innocence," their first album in five years.
Actress Molly Glynn, whose played an ER doctor on "Chicago Fire," died after a tree fell on her during a storm, her husband said.
If Bill Murray doesn't want to star in another "Ghostbusters" movie, maybe he could be the casting director.
George Clooney sees no reason to keep his upcoming nuptials hush-hush.
In October, Taylor Swift's transition to pop music will be complete.
Howard Stern cried. Margaret Cho laughed. Joan Rivers' funeral brought out the emotions in everyone.
Simone Battle, who appeared to be on the verge of realizing her dream of stardom, hanged herself Friday, the Los Angeles County coroner's spokesman said.
The charge that Justin Bieber assaulted his limo driver in Toronto in December has been dropped.
Here's a look at the life of actor Charlie Sheen.
Add Gene Simmons to the list of people pulling the plug on rock 'n' roll. "Rock is finally dead," he said in interview.
After weeks of speculation, CBS has confirmed that James Corden is the next host of the network's "The Late Late Show."
Neil Patrick Harris is officially a married man.
We hope your DVR is ready for this: The onslaught of fall TV is about to begin.
Joan Rivers is getting the "Hollywood" funeral she wanted, "a huge showbiz affair with lights, camera and action."
Simone Battle, an "X Factor" finalist and G.R.L. singer, was found dead Friday in a Los Angeles home, a coroner's spokesman said. She was 25.
More studies will be needed to determine the cause and manner of Joan Rivers' death, the New York City medical examiner's office says.
With the cooler temperatures comes another eagerly awaited period: Fall TV season. What looks good?
AMC isn't settling for just one "Walking Dead." The network has ordered a pilot for a companion series, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Joan Rivers could turn anything into a joke, and that includes her own funeral.
When Joan Rivers had her star-making 1965 appearance on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show," he told her, "God, you're funny."
Carrie Underwood's 2012 hit "Two Black Cadillacs" plays out like a movie.... And it didn't take long for Hollywood to catch on.
Comedian Joan Rivers died in a New York hospital Thursday afternoon, a week after suffering cardiac arrest during a medical procedure, her daughter said.
Joan Rivers didn't consider herself to be one of the boys. And for that, we can be grateful.
Joan Rivers dies at 81; sassy comedian's gossipy "can we talk" persona catapulted her into a career as a headlining talk-show host and red-carpet maven.
Everyone's favorite "Game of Thrones" giant, Hodor, and his best buddy, Bran Stark, will not appear in the show's upcoming fifth season.
The death of Joan Rivers on Thursday left some in Hollywood nearly speechless.
The outpatient clinic where comedian Joan Rivers suffered cardiac arrest during a procedure last week is being investigated, a health official said Thursday.
Betty White is alive and acting despite trending on Twitter as having died.
It soon will be a brand-new "View," with three new co-hosts in a new studio and with a new boss behind the scenes.
Tom Hanks and Sting were among the honorees selected Thursday to receive the 37th annual Kennedy Center Honors.
The new cast of "Dancing With the Stars" features a "Duck Dynasty" star, a race car driver and one half of the comedy duo Cheech and Chong.
A hacker's invasion of dozens of celebrity iCloud account has lessons for us all. Here are five things you should know.
Justin Bieber was arrested on assault and dangerous driving charges after his ATV collided with a mini-van in Canada Friday, police said Tuesday.
Walt Disney Studios is chipping a new "Frozen" film off the old block.
The reboot of "The View" is now complete, with ABC announcing that actress Rosie Perez and political analyst Nicolle Wallace will be the new panelists.
Joan Rivers has been moved out of the intensive care unit and into a private hospital room, her daughter said Wednesday.