Celebrity

“He was a little bit of a celebrity in my mind,” Evans said of the “Succession” star whom he acted with in high school.
The “Don’t Look Up” star may have taken a three-year break from acting, but she was still pretty, uh, productive.
“He was the most loving,” Cannon said of his baby Zen. “We called him Z Chilling. He was always smiling. He had the most beautiful spirit.”
Holland said he still needs to read the Astaire script, which just came in a week ago.
The “And Just Like That” actor said he feels “very protective” of the “Sex and the City” co-star who played Big's love interest.
“Most mornings there’s a massive fight between Charlotte and George as to what song is played in the morning," the duke said.
The couple wore matching head-to-toe looks that the actor described as "glam space twins."
"To this day, I still do not know what came over me," the Duke of Cambridge said.
Bieber’s model wife, Hailey Baldwin Bieber, posted a supportive video on Instagram of him on stage, with the words: “Go Baby.”
Holland joked it was hard to "look cool" doing one scene with his taller co-star.
Mariah Carey, Dwayne Johnson and Elton John are just some of the celebs whose side hustles could make great holiday gifts.
“As far as I’m concerned, someone put a live bullet in a gun,” the actor said. “A bullet that wasn’t even supposed to be on the property.”
The Maroon 5 singer assured his followers — and his mom — that the ink wasn't permanent.
The "Big Little Lies" star also got some birthday love from stepdad Jason Momoa.
Fortunately for Bullock, the 2014 break-in happened to take place the night her son was staying with his nanny.
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.
Director Benh Zeitlin said her role in the Oscar-nominated film "was very much inspired by her."
“I’m going to be taking time off for a little bit to make sure that I replenish and rest,” Santana said.
“I have to think about what they’re going to experience leaving the home,” the "Unforgivable” star said.
Stations in Philadelphia, New York City and Cleveland have pulled the show to avoid “equal time” rules that give rival candidates the ability to request matching air time.