"It was like, holy shit, people actually recognize us. We exist. After a while, I was like, that's not enough, I don't want to exist like this. I'd rather not exist than if it’s just this one thing."
The Soul Crush Crew sketch features appearances from Questlove and Common
Skylar Grey stood in for Beyoncé, Dido, and Rihanna during the medley
“I want to become the Mariah Carey of Thanksgiving.”
David Cassidy is in a Florida hospital with organ failure, his publicist JoAnn Geffen confirmed Saturday. The 67-year old pop idol and “Partridge Family” star has been suffering from de…
“I keep telling everyone it's my last show, but no one seems to believe me”
Tyrese win restraining order case and can now see his daughter Shayla.
"The Incredibles 2" opens in theaters on June 15th, 2018.
They played two tracks from Soul of a Woman, their final album with the late singer
Malcolm Young, guitarist and co-founder of AC/DC, died Saturday at the age of 64 after a battle with dementia.
Cable channel E! is conducting an internal investigation into an allegation of misconduct against Ryan Seacrest. The allegation stems from an alleged incident reported by a former stylist who worke…
“Do you want it to stop?” Elizabeth Smart asks. She is facing the camera directly, making eye contact. We are listening to the sound of her being raped for the first time — in Lifetime’s dramatizat…
Meghan Trainor will fill the remaining seat on FOX's new singing competition "The Four" ... TMZ has learned.
"Gun Powder" premieres December 18th.
David Fincher has been known for his meticulous attention to detail and it really shows in this VFX breakdown of "Mindhunter."
Rae Sremmurd's excellent single "Perplexing Pegasus" didn't do too much damage on the charts, but it's at least earned a new music video. The psychedelically shot clip finds Rae Sremmurd in an anachronistic party that blends '70s style afros with the gaudier looks of the late '90s. They also manage to throw in a pegasus. Watch below.
As he approaches the finale of "Dancing With The Stars," Frankie Muniz's biggest fans contemplate his life and career.
St. Vincent "Pills"—the MASSEDUCTION highlight that features Cara Delevingne and Kamasi Washington—now has a music video. The video is just as brightly colored and idiosyncratic as the other MASSEDUCTION clips, “New York” and "Los Ageless." This one follows couples on some type of drug trip that makes them move in mannequin-like swivels. Watch it on TIDAL below.
Things go from zero to sixty while Saget promotes his new comedy special "Zero to Sixty."
'SNL' alum Bill Hader and his wife, Maggie Carey, are separated and getting ready to file divorce docs after 11 years of marriage.
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