As hip-hop and streaming change the power dynamics of musical celebrity, Jepsen and other artists making traditional pop have embraced a new kind of boutique stardom.
A cameraman takes some very strange creative liberties to capture the reactions of the cast of "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" as they receive a standing ovation at Cannes.
We wouldn't dare go up against either of these pros in karaoke, that's for sure.
In this clip from Mulaney's Netflix "Kid Gorgeous" special, Mulaney reveals what we've always suspected: famous people are weird.
Natalie Portman has something she wants to get off her chest - namely reports the musician Moby made about her in his recent memoir which claim that the two briefly dated.
The Fresh Prince at 50 talks about what it's like to be made into an animated blue genie. They also *briefly* talk about every other aspect of his wild career.
The king of the talk show, as it turns out, is a fantastic talk show guest.
It started with "Aladdin" and Robin Williams. Or, more accurately, it started with the Walt Disney Company screwing over Robin Williams by going against his wishes to market the movie around his star power.
An oral history of an iconic band.
Where else would he get his lyrics from?
"Corporations are the one thing Republicans don't want to regulate... so [it's time to turn] your business into a business."
James also forces Céline to give away her shoes to strangers on the Vegas Strip as her shoe collection is totally out of control.
Keanu Reeves always seems to have the best answers.
The pop star has spent more than a decade in legal bondage. How did this happen?
James invites his esteemed guests, Anjelica Huston, and Halle Berry, to partake in a game of Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts, where each takes turns to mak...
Noah sits down with fellow late night host Jimmy Kimmel to talk about his passion for computers and how his mom still calls him for tech support.
After the huge critical success of her last album, "E•MO•TION," the Canadian singer returns with "Dedicated," a collection of songs that shows the full extent of what the 33-year-old star is capable of.
Howard Stern turns over a new leaf.
Larson may be an Oscar-winning movie star, but that doesn't mean she doesn't find meeting Stan Lee as exciting as us normies.
It's never made more sense to dress like it's 1994 — and you're a movie star headed to LAX.
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