Everything about the birth of Jimmy Kimmel's son Billy was going great, according to the late-night host -- until things got really scary.
William John Kimmel, born April 21, had a congenital defect that sent him to open-heart surgery within days of his birth, the new dad shared Monday on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
Kimmel tried not to get emotional but failed as he talked tearfully about Billy's color not being right and tests being run and more and more doctors and nurses and equipment showing up in the neonatal intensive care unit at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
“It came right down to the wire” between the Writers Guild of America and the major studios and networks, said one person close to the talks who was not authorized to comment. “We didn’t get everything we wanted, and they didn’t get everything they wanted, which is usually the result of a successful negotiation. We made real and substantial gains for writers in a number of areas.”
In a statement to members, guild leaders said the agreement, which was reached early Tuesday morning, provides gains in minimum pay as well as increases in contributions to the union’s health plan that “should ensure its solvency for years to come.”
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the exhibition "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between" was held Monday in New York, bringing out some big stars wearing some outrageous fashions.
The Season 5 trailer for Netflix's "House of Cards" dropped on Monday with Kevin Spacey's sinister President Frank Underwood sharing a disturbing vision for the next six terms — yes, you read that right, six — with an Underwood in the award-winning drama's fictional White House.
"The American people don't know what's best for them. I do. I know exactly what they need," says POTUS, speaking to Claire (Robin Wright), his running mate in the fictional 2016 election, which will continue in the upcoming season.
The complaint highlights a number of the social media posts that went viral on Thursday and Friday about the situation in the Bahamas. (May 1, 2017) (Sign up for our free video newsletter here http://bit.ly/2n6VKPR)
Well, that didn't take long: Organizers of the Fyre Festival have been hit with a $100-million class-action lawsuit alleging fraud and breach of contract.
The complaint, filed Sunday in U.S. District Court in California, alleges fraud and breach of contract by Billy McFarland, Ja Rule (real name Jeffrey Atkins) and Fyre Media Inc. It highlights a number of the social media posts that went viral on Thursday and Friday about the situation in the Bahamas.
The music and lifestyle festival, billed as "the cultural experience of the decade," melted down spectacularly as thousands of guests who'd paid thousands of dollars to enjoy the weekend arrived on a private island to find that preparations were nowhere close to finished. Organizers canceled the planned two-weekend event on Friday, but not before people who'd flown out found themselves stranded.
Actor Eric Dane is battling depression, and he's taking time off to manage it.
"The Last Ship" star, best known as Dr. Mark "McSteamy" Sloan from "Grey's Anatomy," is taking a break from his TNT naval drama to deal with "personal issues."
“Eric asked for a break to deal with personal issues,” his representative said in a statement to The Times. "He suffers from depression and has asked for a few weeks of downtime and the producers kindly granted that request."
Shannen Doherty is celebrating a "moment": Her breast cancer has gone into remission.
"What does remission mean? I heard that word and have no idea how to react. Good news? YES. Overwhelming. YES," the 46-year-old actress wrote on Instagram over the weekend. "Now more waiting. As every single one of my fellow cancer family knows, the next five years is crucial. Reoccurrences happen all the time. Many of you have shared that very story with me. So with a heart that is certainly lighter, I wait."
The "Charmed" and "Beverly Hills, 90210" alum, who was diagnosed with cancer in March 2015, shared an image of herself sitting on the floor, concealing her face. She is still considering whether to have reconstructive surgery as well as taking a pill for the next five years that "comes with its own set of problems and side effects."