While many other famous names were being floated as better choices — that happens every year — an "anyone but her" sentiment seemed to be popular this time around, given the whole five-times-in-28-years thing.
Julia Roberts is very beautiful. But she is not "5 times named Most Beautiful Woman in the World" beautiful. Give someone else a turn
Nobody messes with the heart of Titus Andromedon. And if one does, be prepared for the wrath of his very own "Hot Sauce," Beyoncé's infamous baseball bat from her "Hold Up" video on the visual masterpiece that was "Lemonade."
This is one of the many storylines teased in the new trailer for Netflix's "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" released Wednesday.
"Don't overreact," Ellie Kemper's Kimmy says to Titus after he thinks he's caught his boyfriend cheating.
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel continued his skewering of United Airlines for brutally dragging passenger David Dao from a flight last week.
Dao, apparently, has an unlikely sympathizer: Oscar winner Matt Damon.
Kimmel spoofed the carrier with an ad on Tuesday with a little help from his faux archnemesis. Damon, whose storied history of getting bumped from "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" has become a thing of memes and awards show infamy, was the ideal celebrity spokesman for Dao's plight.
New Prince music is on the way — unless his family can stop it.
“Deliverance,” a six-song EP of previously unreleased songs by the late pop star, is scheduled for release Friday, exactly one year after his death from a fentanyl overdose at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota.
The songs, including the bluesy title track (which you can hear below), were recorded between 2006 and 2008 with producer and songwriter Ian Boxill, according to a statement.
Alec Baldwin — whose career and credibility owe much to NBC, producer Lorne Michaels and "Saturday Night Live," a show he has hosted 17 times — wandered over to CBS' "Late Show" on Tuesday night to promote his new memoir, "Nevertheless."
Since the end of "30 Rock," his most regular gig, he has been playing the president on "SNL," following in the footsteps of Phil Hartman, Darrell Hammond, Taran Killam and Jason Sudeikis.
But none has owned the role as he has, and after Donald Trump himself, Baldwin is the "President Trump" one is most likely to picture, and the impersonation one is most likely to confuse and conflate with the real thing.
Some days you feel more confident than others. But insecurities always creep in; we're human so it's a natural thing to have happen .... [But] is it worth expending energy to work from a place of fear? No, I want to understand why I'm feeling this way and try to move past it.
Richard Simmons was reportedly hospitalized earlier this week for digestive issues but according to his manager is already feeling better.
The fitness guru — who has been out of the public eye for years but making a number of headlinesrecently — checked into an undisclosed California hospital on Monday "after a few days of battling severe indigestion and discomfort while eating," his longtime manager Michael Catalano told ABC News.
It wasn't an emergency, according to a TMZ source who said no ambulance was involved. Simmons had a three-day hospitalization last summer for what his camp described as dehydration, the website said.
Kevin Spacey will host the 71st Tony Awards, to be held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City in June, CBS announced Tuesday.
Spacey brings stage chops to the hosting gig: He has a Tony for "Lost in Yonkers," was artistic director of the Old Vic Theatre Company for more than a decade and has hit the boards on Broadway and in London's West End frequently.
The "Pay It Forward" star joked in a statement that he was the "second choice for ‘Usual Suspects,’ fourth choice for ‘American Beauty’ and 15th choice to host this year’s Tony Awards."