Hosted by Matt Rogers and Dave Mizzoni, the new competition series aims to be a forward-thinking, inclusive diversion in challenging times.
The singer told fans to still expect the album sometime later this year.
The Bravo personality is set to resume his talk show duties from his home, with guests including Nene Leakes and Lisa Rinna joining him remotely.
"Right now, to be alone is to be responsible, heroic even; so now let us find heroism in the act of getting off for ― and with ― people on the internet!"
"Last year, I came out as nonbinary, and this new experience of gender is rapidly altering my relationship with feminism."
The video, from the 2019 album "Runaways," is about those who escape themselves "through drugs, alcohol, boys [and] sex,” he said.
Ralph Drollinger, who leads a Bible study for Trump's cabinet members, claims homosexuality, environmentalism and atheism are signs of God's wrath.
The pop superstar jokingly compared herself with Alyssa Milano and Charlize Theron after revealing a fresh, if amateur-looking, buzz cut.
The former "Empire" star sang a Stevie Wonder hit while alluding to the date he claimed to have been attacked in a racist and anti-LGBTQ hate crime.
While hospitalized, the comedian said she was being denied a COVID-19 test and called out Donald Trump for "lying."
Attorney General William Barr sounded off on a lawsuit filed on behalf of three Connecticut teens who say they've been forced to compete against trans rivals.
The "Lip Sync Battle" host's banana bread swap with comedian Chris Klemens adhered to coronavirus pandemic protocol.
Two dozen senators urged the Trump administration to not forget domestic violence survivors as the government addresses the pandemic.
The "Watch What Happens Live" host is missing his 1-year-old since testing positive for COVID-19.
As more people are stuck at home and reality shows pause production, the search for love continues via our screens — and Instagram feeds.
Collins, who in 2013 was the first openly gay athlete in a major American professional sports league, believes he caught COVID-19 during a NYC trip.
The Tony Award winner lost his life at age 81 to complications linked to COVID-19.
The 11-time Grammy winner promised the follow-up to 2016's "Joanne" would be a "most bombastic celebration," but didn't specify a new date.
With the two megastars feuding again, Swift pal Todrick Hall tried to shame Kardashian over her infamous sex tape.
The actor said he had "difficulty breathing" and fever for 11 days in isolation from his family.