Sinéad O'Connor's mental health drama continues to play out on Facebook, with an unidentified person assuring fans late Monday that the "Nothing Compares 2 U" singer was being taken care of after posting a troubling video begging her exes and children to come get her and take care of her.
"I am posting at Sinead's request, to let everyone who loves her know she is safe, and she is not suicidal," an unnamed person wrote Monday night on the same Facebook page where O'Connor posted the startling video Thursday. The singer is "surrounded by love and receiving the best of care," the person said, and she "asked for this to be posted knowing you are concerned for her."
Jury selection in Taylor Swift's groping trial has overflowed into Tuesday, when opening statements are expected to begin.
Selection proceedings began in U.S. District Court in Denver on Monday. Administering a 15-page questionnaire and hours of questioning, attorneys for both sides tried to determine who might be biased against either the crossover star or former Denver radio host David Mueller.
Mueller, who went by "Jackson" on his morning show, claims that Swift falsely accused him, defamed him and pressured his employer to fire him after an alleged groping incident at a June 2013 Pepsi Center meet-and-greet.
With acting, I didn't know if I was any good -- for many years -- but I knew that that's what I wanted to do. You know, I was lucky -- I got 'The Graduate,' and a light switched on from unemployment to stardom.
"Seeing is believing." The first trailer for Darren Aronofsky's hotly anticipated "mother!" has arrived, giving audiences a tantalizing peek at the Sept. 15 psychological thriller starring Jennifer Lawrence as a woman absolutely unraveling after the arrival of unexpected house guests.
Paramount's crafty marketing roll-out has been deliberately stingy on the details of the Aronofsky-Lawrence team-up, which marks the director's first film since 2014's "Noah." But the film's two-minute trailer (and poster) promises dark and delicious suspense more akin to "Black Swan," Aronofsky's Best Picture-nominated ballerina thriller, which nabbed Natalie Portman the Oscar for best actress.
"Mother" -- stylized as "mother!" for reasons that should reveal themselves when the film premieres at the Venice and Toronto film festivals next month -- stars Lawrence and Javier Bardem as a seemingly happy couple, seemingly happily ensconced in their sprawling country home when the arrival of Ed Harris and Michelle Pfeiffer heralds disturbing goings-on.
After waiting seven seasons to introduce Daenerys Targaryen’s (Emilia Clarke) dragons to Westeros, Sunday night’s “Game of Thrones” finally unleashed the fiery fury on everyone’s favorite gold-handed Lannister.
A battle so big and so hot it may have topped last season’s epic “Battle of the Bastards.” And that’s with just one dragon — Dany’s got two more waiting in the wings.
Three people who say they had unprotected sex with Usher are suing the R&B star on allegations of fraud, sexual battery, infliction of emotional distress and more, alleging that he was positive for the herpes virus and didn't tell them in advance.
"He never warned me about any STDs," said Quantasia Sharpton, speaking in New York on Monday at a news conference where she said she had unprotected sex with Usher Raymond IV after a concert she attended around her 19th birthday.
Sharpton and two anonymous plaintiffs — one male, one female — are named in the lawsuit, which was filed Monday in Los Angeles. Attorney Lisa Bloom said at the news conference that one of her three clients had contracted genital herpes.
"Lucy and Desi," Aaron Sorkin's feature project about iconic small-screen stars Lucille Ball and her former husband Desi Arnaz, has been acquired by Amazon Studios, according to Deadline. Oscar winner Cate Blanchett has been attached to play the beloved, Emmy-winning comedian in the authorized telling of the sitcom stars' romantic and business partnerships.
Escape Artists and the couple's children, Lucie Luckinbill and Desi Arnaz Jr., will produce the film about the lovable redhead and the Cuban bandleader. The project written by "Moneyball" scribe Sorkin was first announced in 2015 and has been making the rounds since.
If the promise of never-before-seen Prince portraits weren't tempting enough, Afshin Shahidi's "Prince: A Private View" gives you another reason to check it out: a foreword by Beyoncé.
The forthcoming photography book pays tribute to the late pop icon who famously kept his private life exactly that.
Shahidi was a close friend of Prince's for the better part of 20 years and served as his photographer for 10. In the aftermath of his untimely death last year at age 57, Shahidi has unearthed images that showcase Prince in moments both intimate and public.
At least that was Steve Martin's stopgap solution now that his newest play, "Meteor Shower" -- whose earlier productions received mixed reviews -- is headed for Broadway. And reigning comedy queen Amy Schumer is going with it.
The brassy personality behind Comedy Central's "Inside Amy Schumer" will make her Broadway debut in Martin's offbeat, four-person production, which moves to the big leagues in November. "Meteor Shower" is a zany marital comedy that chronicles one bizarre 1993 evening spent watching a meteor shower in Ojai, Calif.
Carly Waddell and Evan Bass, who met during the fourth season of "Bachelor in Paradise" and were married in June, are expecting a baby.
"SECRET IS OUT GUYS!!!!," she said Sunday on Instagram, after issuing a statement to People. "Evan and I are SO EXCITED to announce we are HAVING A BABY!!! What a beautiful, wonderful, wild year it has been and the adventure continues Feb 2018!"
Bass, 34, already has three boys from a previous marriage: Nathan, Liam and Ensley. He and Waddell, 31, told E! News in April that they planned to have kids, with her saying they'd keep trying until they had a girl.