House and Senate Republicans have passed their sweeping tax plan, and boy, did Seth Meyers have words about that. The “Late Night” host tore into Republicans, the president and the GOP tax bill itself on Wednesday night.
Amanda Seyfried, Christine Baranski, Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan and Stellan Skarsgård star in "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again."
The internet was filled with the dulcet tones of ABBA Thursday morning after Universal Pictures released the first trailer for “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.”
The highly anticipated look at the sequel to 2008’s “Mamma Mia!” opens with Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) surrounded by friends of her mother (Christine Baranski and Julie Taylor) who have arrived to help her with impending motherhood.
But where, precisely, is Sophie’s titular mother Donna, played by Meryl Streep?
As if Prince Harry and fiancée Meghan Markle weren’t picturesque enough, the couple had to go and release their stunning engagement portraits to further show off how picture-perfect they are.
The British prince and “Suits” actress initially shared two official portraits on Thursday to mark their engagement, Kensington Palace said. Then, to show gratitude for all the positive feedback they received, the pair shared with their well-wishers an additional candid portrait via Twitter.
“The couple are so grateful for the warm and generous messages they have received during such a happy time in their lives. As a way to say thank you, they have decided to share this candid photograph from the day of their portrait sittings directly with all of you,” the palace said on Twitter.
Khloe Kardashian is pregnant. That might sound like old news, but what we hadn’t heard was confirmation from the the mom-to-be herself that she and boyfriend Tristan Thompson have a baby on the way. That changed Wednesday.
“My greatest dream realized! We are having a baby! I had been waiting and wondering but God had a plan all along. He knew what He was doing,” Kardashian said, posting a black-and-white picture on Instagram showing Thompson’s hands and hers around her oiled-up baby bump — and she’s still got some serious hardware on that ring finger.
“I simply had to trust in Him and be patient,” she said. “I still at times can't believe that our love created life!”
The saga of XXXTentacion — whose rise as one of the year’s biggest breakout rappers is overshadowed by a felony domestic violence case — continues. He was released from jail days after being taken into custody for violating his bond.
A judge ordered the MC to be released from custody and placed under house arrest on Wednesday, according to court records.
The South Florida native, born Jahseh Onfroy, had been sent back to jail on Friday after being hit with 15 felony counts of witness tampering and harassment in connection with the 2016 domestic violence case that has made his ascent in hip-hop controversial.
Catt Sadler has left E! after failing to agree on a contract with the entertainment network. She blamed her departure on a “massive pay disparity” between her and male “E! News” anchor Jason Kennedy.
“[W]hen E reached out to renew and extend my deal,” she wrote Tuesday on her blog, “I learned that he wasn’t just making a little more than I was. In fact, he was making close to double my salary for the past several years.”
At contract-renewal time, she said, “My team and I asked for what I know I deserve and were denied repeatedly.”
When “Top Gun” and “Batman Forever” heartthrob Val Kilmer was diagnosed with throat cancer a few years ago, he denied the reports on social media.
Now the 57-year-old has opened up about his two-year battle with the disease. He underwent chemotherapy and had a procedure on his trachea that left him with a raspy voice and shortness of breath, according to the Hollywood Reporter, which interviewed him alongside his two kids, Mercedes, 26, and Jack, 22.
But Kilmer said his health and faith (he’s a Christian Scientist) have put life in perspective for him.
“Spotlight” star Mark Ruffalo is not mourning the death of Cardinal Bernard Law, formerly the archbishop of Boston.
“This was a terrible human being,” the actor tweeted early Wednesday. “One can only hope the countless sexual abuse of children he allowed and the subsequent profound suffering he hid will come to an end with his demise.”
Ruffalo was nominated for an Oscar for his “Spotlight” portrayal of a Boston Globe reporter on the investigative team that in 2002 exposed child molestation and its cover-up in the Boston Archdiocese. Law, who died early Wednesday in Rome, was a key figure in the scandal, which spread from its Boston epicenter to eventually rock the entire Catholic Church.