The celebrity-driven worlds of entertainment and sports are set to collide Wednesday at L.A Live's Microsoft Theater for the annual ESPY Awards, which honor the year's top sports moments and achievements.
Chris Tucker is the rare celebrity who makes almost as much noise with his exits as with his entrances.
The legal team for comedian Bill Cosby warned a Pennsylvania judge last month that if decade-old court documents stemming from a sexual abuse case against its embattled client were unsealed, they would "generate a firestorm of publicity." The lawyers were right.
Husband-and-wife team Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker will never forget the debut of their syndicated daytime talk show -- though they may not be smiling when they look back.
Laurence Fishburne has been set to play Alex Haley in A&E's new version of "Roots," a reboot of the acclaimed miniseries based on Haley's novel about his African ancestors who were captured and forced into slavery in the New World.
PETA has lashed out at the CBS summer series "Zoo," saying that the network and producers ignored the animal rights group's pleas to not exploit and inhumanely treat wild animals.
"The Game," BET's sports-flavored comedy, will cross the finish line next month with an assist from two MVPs: Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Pooch Hall.
This week Henry Louis Gates Jr. once again found himself in the middle of another national teachable moment about race.