"Spent the Day in Bed" is the new single from his forthcoming album, "Low in High School," and its electric piano-driven riff is a bit of a departure from his usual palette.
It also has some useful advice for staying sane in these trying times: "Stop watching the news / Because the news contrives to frighten you / To make you feel small and alone / To make you feel that your mind isn't your own."
Hold your breath, make a wish, count to three: John Stamos and "Weird Al" Yankovic will headline the Hollywood Bowl's live-to-film adaptation of "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory" in November.
Stamos, a star of Netflix's "Fuller House," will play the titular confectioner, the role made famous by the late Gene Wilder in Warner Bros.' iconic 1971 film, and will sing "Pure Imagination." Song parodist Yankovic will sing the parts of all the Oompa Loompas, which begs the question: What is this, Hollywood Bowl? Some kind of funhouse?
"Willy Wonka is the first movie I ever saw," Stamos said in a statement Tuesday. "The film was released at a time when you could bring your own popcorn to the movie theater. I filled a whole grocery bag full of popcorn, but never touched it because I was so fascinated with what was going on behind Willy's eyes. Gene Wilder as Willy was pure magic."
“This was the moment everyone is talking about,” Kimmel said. “Melania was charged with giving her husband an introduction. And the result was perhaps the most uncomfortable display of affection between any husband and wife this year.”
Careers are not just about talent. They're about other things. And then there's luck. But I think luck has to do with balance. Luck is the result of a mixture of many things. I think we all get chances in life, but probably a lot of us don't notice them. Don't notice they've happened, don't notice we've missed them.
Kate Walsh turned from TV doctor to real-life patient in 2015 when she and her medical team discovered a tumor "the size of a small lemon" in her brain.
The "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice" alumna opened up about her health scare during Monday's "Today" show, sharing that her tumor was benign and that she underwent surgery to have it removed.
Walsh, 49, was diagnosed soon after she wrapped her TV comedy "Bad Judge," which she was starring in and executive producing. She said she was exhausted all the time and caffeine and working out didn't help. Her Pilates instructor noticed that her right side was dipping, she started swerving while driving and soon after that, she experienced aphasia, becoming unable to find her words and finish her sentences.
The group announced Monday morning a Bennington tribute concert at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 27. Though no lineup details have been revealed, the band said in a statement that they'll be joined by a number of artists who knew Bennington or were influenced by his music.
The band members will donate their performance fees from the show to Music for Relief's One More Light Fundin honor of Bennington. Pre-sales for the show begin Tuesday, with regular tickets going on sale Friday.
"The View" has lost yet another panelist: Jedediah Bila, the talk show's lone conservative voice, announced Monday that she will be leaving the ABC talker.
"So this is my last day at 'The View,'" Bila shared, thanking her co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Sara Haines, Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin, whom she described as "friends no matter what."
"I want to thank you because I'm a little eccentric and you put up with me, and this has been just an amazing journey and I appreciate all of you," Bila said. "And I want to thank the viewers, even the ones that write me the hate tweets. This is what I'm here for. I'm here to shake things up in life and television."
My husband has been baffled by this forever. I remember him asking me, 'Jada, what do you want? I don't understand why you don't want to be the biggest actress in the world.' But I never came to Hollywood for that. I really, really don't like boxes. I've only wanted to do what I want to do.
Kevin Hart posted a video to his Instagram page yesterday after an alleged extortion attempt suggested he may have cheated on his wife.
"I'm at a place in my life where I feel like I have a target on my back," the comedian said in the video. "And because of that, I should make smart decisions. And recently, I didn't."
The video comes in the wake of a failed extortion attempt where an unidentified person allegedly demanded millions in exchange for keeping a sexually suggestive video from going public, according to TMZ.