I have a multiple career. This is something America gave me as an actor. The possibility of doing many different works, that is something in Spain I never had. Once I move here, I do musicals like 'Evita,' adventure movies, action movies like 'Mask of Zorro,' social movies like 'Philadelphia.' ... I love to change.
James Corden and company will let family and others close to Chester Bennington decide whether to broadcast a "Carpool Karaoke" episode that Linkin Park participated in just days before the band's frontman committed suicide at age 41.
Widow Talinda Bennington is grateful.
She thanked both the show and its host via Twitter late Tuesday after Corden made clear that they'd be seeking outside opinions on how to handle the episode.
Amber Heard and Elon Musk have split up, and she doesn't want to talk about it.
"Being in the public eye means having to explain yourself to so many people, so much of the time," the "Magic Mike XXL" actress, whose recent divorce from Johnny Depp generated headline after headline, many of them fueled by her allegations of domestic violence, wrote in an Instagram post Tuesday.
"In this case, I'd like to remain more quiet," she continued. "Although we have broken up, Elon and I care deeply for one another and remain close."
Broadway is about to be jammed with tales of broken hearts and dashed dreams as Bruce Springsteen plans his fall debut on the Great White Way.
On his website Wednesday, the iconic New Jersey musician announced "Springsteen on Broadway," a series of solo shows at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York that will explore the rocker's life through his words and music.
“I wanted to do some shows that were as personal and as intimate as possible," Springsteen said in a statement. "I chose Broadway for this project because it has the beautiful old theaters which seemed like the right setting for what I have in mind."
A clip from upcoming special 'CMT remembers Glen Campbell.'
Networks are lining up to honor the life and brilliant legacy of music superstar Glen Campbell, the singer, songwriter and actor who died Tuesday at the age of 81.
CMT announced Wednesday that it will premiere "CMT Remembers Glen Campbell" on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. PDT. (It will air again on Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 8:30 a.m.)
The special will include footage from Campbell's final interview with the network, filmed in 2011, as well as some of Campbell's performances and tributes from fellow country stars such as Keith Urban, Reba McEntire and Blake Shelton.
James Corden is back in the carpool lane, with Will Smith riding shotgun.
The debut episode of Apple Music's new iteration of the "Carpool Karaoke" series premiered Tuesday. The standalone show is a spin-off of Corden's popular late-night segment on "The Late Late Show."
Corden kicked off the new series' inaugural show the best way he knows how: jamming out. With Smith in the passenger seat, the tunes were hand-picked from some of the actor-musician's 1990s repertoire, including "Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" and "Boom! Shake the Room."
On Tuesday night, Variety published a stirring editorial from a heartbroken Jimmy Webb, who remembered his friend and frequent collaborator Glen Campbell, just hours after the latter's death was announced.
Webb, who penned many of Campbell's classic hits, including "Wichita Lineman," "Galveston" and "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," shared just a few of his many memories about his friend, whom he called "my big brother, my protector, my co-culprit, my John crying in the wilderness."
"Let the world note that a great American influence on pop music, the American Beatle, the secret link between so many artists and records that we can only marvel, has passed and cannot be replaced," Webb wrote, calling Campbell's death both an inevitable certainty and a sudden catastrophe.
The former radio host accused of groping Taylor Swift will remain on the stand Wednesday as the pop star's trial goes into its third day.
David Mueller, the former KYGO DJ who Swift claims grabbed her buttocks during a June 2013 concert meet-and-greet, took the stand on Tuesday to recount his version of events that led him and the singer to court. Swift's attorney will continue his cross-examination of Mueller on Wednesday, then Mueller's witnesses will be called to testify.
During his attorney's questioning, Mueller said that he and the "Shake It Off" singer were trying to reach around each other during the photo op when "our hands touched and our arms touched," adding that he "may have touched Swift’s rib cage, or rib, or ribs," according to the Associated Press.