Authorities returned to Heather Locklear’s home on Monday for a medical emergency just hours after the “Melrose Place” star posted bail for a weekend arrest.
Ventura County sheriff’s deputies and Ventura County Fire Department officials were called to the actress’ Thousand Oaks home about 2:45 p.m. Monday after receiving a 911 call describing a medical emergency, officials said.
“A person was transported to a hospital,” said Capt. Steve Swindle, a public information officer for Ventura County Fire.
I’ve always gravitated toward comedic actors to work with … hell, to live with … to be friends with. And there’s a reason. Who wants to be around serious people? Is there anything more boring than a serious person?
Richard Harrison of “Pawn Stars,” known as “the Old Man,” has died after a battle with Parkinson’s disease, son Rick Harrison confirmed Monday. The elder Harrison was 77.
“Richard Benjamin ‘The Old Man’ Harrison passed away this morning surrounded by those he loved,” Rick Harrison said, in part, on Instagram. “He will be tremendously missed by our family, the team at Gold & Silver Pawn and his many fans the world over. He was my hero and I was fortunate to get a very cool ‘Old Man’ as my dad.”
Richard Harrison was known for his dry humor and would joke with everyone around him. A prominent member of the team, he was never seen without his classic fedora and black suit.
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie wed in Scotland over the weekend, and we’re happy to report that this “Game of Thrones” wedding was neither red nor purple. In fact, it was fittingly off-brand, very British and quite lovely.
The English actor and the Scottish actress, who respectively play Jon Snow and the wildling Ygritte in the sprawling HBO fantasy series, got married on Saturday with a church service and a celebration at Leslie’s ancestral home, the nearly 900-year-old Wardhill Castle in Aberdeenshire, according to the Associated Press.
Jimmy Fallon is taking the high road, rather than engaging with President Trump in a Twitter war of words.
After a busy week during which the administration’s border policy of separating children from their parents sparked intense public outcry, the president was able to find time Sunday night to engage in name-calling online.
The president called out the “Tonight Show” host for a recent interview in the Hollywood Reporter where Fallon restated that he never intended to “normalize” Trump during the notorious hair-ruffling interview of 2016.
I don’t think there was a halcyon time [for women in music]. … There was a little movement — it just wasn’t a movement that changed anything for keeps. It was a movement that led into imitators who were not respected, except as people who could sell records and look good.