The more you engage with [planning a career/image], trying to figure it out and cut just the perfect path through it all, then the more time you've wasted thinking about something that isn't really what you care about.
A portion of former Denver DJ David Mueller's case against pop star Taylor Swift has been thrown out.
A judge ruled Friday that the ousted KYGO-FM host, who Swift accuses of groping her in June 2013, couldn't prove that Swift herself got him fired after the alleged incident, according to the Associated Press.
Mueller named the "Blank Space" singer as well as her mother, Andrea Swift (who served on her management team at the time), and their radio liaison Frank Bell in his $3-million civil suit that is being tried in U.S. District Court in Denver this week. Mueller accused the trio of ruining his career and pressuring his employer to release him after the incident.
Following Taylor Swift's testimony that former radio host David Mueller grabbed her bare behind during a pre-concert meet-and-greet, Swift's then-bodyguard took the stand on Friday to back up her story.
Greg Dent said he saw former KYGO-FM DJ David Mueller reach under the singer's skirt during a June 2013 meet-and-greet session, according to the Associated Press.
Mueller, who names Swift, her mother and their radio liaison in a lawsuit, denies that he groped Swift. He is seeking $3 million from the singer as compensation for getting fired and for what he calls the ruining of his career. Swift countersued seeking a symbolic $1 to set an example for other women.
Young Queen Elizabeth II endures crises at home and abroad in Season 2 of Netflix's historical drama "The Crown."
"I've learned more about humiliation in the past few weeks than I hoped I would in a lifetime," says Elizabeth, played by Emmy-nominated actress Claire Foy, in the series' new trailer.
"I've been queen barely 10 years. And in that time, I've had three prime ministers. Not one has lasted the course," she says, referring to the retirement of Winston Churchill (John Lithgow) at the end of Season 1 and the calamitous resignation of prime ministers Anthony Eden and Harold Macmillan that will unfold in Season 2.
It's been more than three months since Jimmy Kimmel made an impassioned plea concerning healthcare legislation, via a 13-minute monologue sharing the intimate details of his newborn son's cardiac crisis that led to emergency heart surgery for the then-3-day-old child.
In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter published Friday, Kimmel gave the world an update on little Billy.
"He's doing great," Kimmel said, before admitting that, like most nearly 4-month-olds, Billy's range of interests and abilities is limited.
Kristen Bell — whose charming marriage to Dax Shepard went on social media's protect-this-couple-at-all-costs list Monday after Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced their own breakup late Sunday — has offered some sound advice to help heartbroken fans get a flippin' grip.
At least they tried. And, she said, they had "lovely years" together.
"If there are two people that decide not to be together, it shouldn't really be a heartbreak for everyone," the "Veronica Mars" actress told E! News at an event Wednesday.
Jennifer Lawrence is standing by her 2016 sci-fi thriller "Passengers."
The Oscar-winning actress said she was proud of the project despite its tepid critical reception. However, she agreed with the criticism that it might have benefited from a major edit: Her character should have woken up first.
Co-starring Chris Pratt, the film earned more than a respectable $300 million at the global box office but was slammed for justifying rape culture because Pratt's lonesome character -- aboard a spaceship hurtling into the future -- roused Lawrence's character from her suspended-animation slumber without her consent.
In its special prime-time run, "Saturday Night Live"-lite wasted little time in satirizing Anthony Scaramucci with a little help from Bill Hader.
It hasn't quite been three months since "SNL" aired its season finale, but the news cycle in that time has had many wondering what could have been on the late-night comedy sketch show. A special four-week prime-time run of "Weekend Update" attempts to get a handle on some of it.
Kicking off the first of its four Thursday episodes of "Weekend Update: Summer Edition," Hader returned to his old stamping grounds to play the former White House communications director who left quite the impression during his brief tenure -- thanks in part to that NSFW phone conversation with a reporter from the New Yorker.