In what appears to be a new annual tradition, Elvis Presley’s record company will be releasing another album featuring the King's vocal tracks posthumously wedded to accompaniment by England’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer faced plenty of questions Wednesday night in his first late-night TV interview since leaving his position with the Trump administration. And he spent much of his time on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” continuing to defend the president.
Introducing Spicer as someone who “survived one of the worst jobs ever” and who was “free at last to speak about it,” Kimmel launched into a topic that Spicer probably would never like to revisit: the crowd size at President Trump’s inauguration.
I want to be a part of a system where an artist can create the art he thinks his audience wants. That is difficult because the studios have become huge corporations where scripts, ideas and casts go through so many hands it ends up not being your vision.
Jessi Zazu, the singer and founder of Nashville's rowdy, country-leaning indie band Those Darlins, died Tuesday at age 28 after a long fight with cancer. The band unveiled the news on its Facebook page.
Zazu, whose full name was Jessi Zazu Wariner, was public and candid about her illness, sitting for a long interview with the Nashville Scene in the months before her death and continuing to make visual art about her struggles with the disease.
“She maintained a sense of humor and a commanding presence up until and through her final moments," her bandmate Linwood Regensburg told the Tennessean. "She was in the company of those who cared deeply about her and who she cared deeply about."
Scarlett Johansson has finalized her divorce from French journalist Romain Dauriac.
The "Avengers" actress and Dauriac submitted a sealed settlement in Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday, according to the New York Post's Page Six. The settlement is believed to have resolved their custody dispute over their 3-year-old daughter, Rose Dorothy Dauriac.
Johansson was seeking primary custody of Rose, but Dauriac opposed it because he planned to move back to his native France with their daughter, Page Six reported. Additionally, Johansson's travel schedule reportedly strained the former couple's informal every-other-week custody arrangement.
A bevy of music legends are banding together to remind the world that you don't mess with Texas.
Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Paul Simon and James Taylor will perform at the "Harvey Can't Mess With Texas" benefit concert set for Sept. 22 in Austin.
The event will be broadcast on YouTube and will raise funds for Rebuild Texas, an organization that supports both short- and long-term relief efforts after the estimated $100 billion damage from Hurricane Harvey.
Two-time Oscar winner Olivia de Havilland will be getting her day in court this fall.
The 101-year-old Hollywood icon, who sued FX and Ryan Murphy over her depiction in the Emmy-nominated docuseries "Feud: Bette and Joan," has been granted the speedy trial she was seeking due to her advanced age.
De Havilland's jury trial will begin on Nov. 27and is expected to last five to seven days, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Holly Kendig ruled Wednesday at a hearing for the actress' motion to fast-track the lawsuit.