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Director Benh Zeitlin said her role in the Oscar-nominated film "was very much inspired by her."
The actor said he “had no idea” he was attending a taping, and was “not equipped mentally to deal with” sitting in the front row.
Fortunately for Bullock, the 2014 break-in happened to take place the night her son was staying with his nanny.
The Foo Fighters frontman wore a tux cut down to there in his reworking of the karaoke classic for his "Hanukkah Sessions" series.
"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" put a taunting political spin on the reality franchise.
The "Late Show" host reimagined the former White House chief of staff's memoir name in light of his revelations about Donald Trump's COVID-19 results.
“Sadly, testing positive for COVID was the only positive thing he did in four years as president," said the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host.
The "Big Little Lies" star also got some birthday love from stepdad Jason Momoa.
The Bravo star is returning to the cast of the series not a moment too soon.
The former "Bachelor" confirmed this week that he and Brown, a political strategist, have been in a relationship for several months.
“I’m going to be taking time off for a little bit to make sure that I replenish and rest,” Santana said.
"Omicron, welcome to LA!" one person on the street gushed when told that "omicron" would be joining the NBA team.
“I have to think about what they’re going to experience leaving the home,” the "Unforgivable” star said.
As the director of photography on Issa Rae's HBO series, Berkofsky has helped to redefine what half-hour comedies can look like.
The actor stars on the Peacock series as Lexi, a Bayside High cheerleader and brassy queen bee who happens to be trans but won't be tokenized.
The Maroon 5 singer assured his followers — and his mom — that the ink wasn't permanent.
The live TV event will also re-create an episode of "Diff'rent Strokes."
"It is a good story," the actor said of reconnecting with Jennifer Lopez. "It’s a great story. And, you know, maybe one day I’ll tell it."
James D. Beeks, who played Judas in the musical, inspired a new version of the song.
Baldwin spoke about the fatal accident during his first sitdown interview, airing this Thursday.