We really wish the Internet would stop trying to kill celebrities.
In her starring role in Robin Thicke's newest single "Back Together," rapper Nicki Minaj name drops Hillary Clinton: "Used to call me Hillary cause I ride 'em," which is a play off of Hillary Clinton's maiden name, "Rodham."
Forget 2016. Kanye West says he's planning to run for president in 2020.
After what seemed like months of buildup, we finally got to see "Fear the Walking Dead" on Sunday night. Fans of the original show, about a group of human survivors in a post-apocalyptic Southeast U.S. overrun with zombies, tuned in to learn about the origins of the outbreak. This companion series to "The Walking Dead" explores the early days of the zombie apocalypse in Los Angeles. The story is told through the eyes of a blended family whose members are just beginning to realize that something around them is going terribly wrong.
Halloween is a long way off but one costume already has emerged as controversial. Several retailers are offering Caitlyn Jenner Halloween costumes featuring variations of the ensemble worn by the transgender trailblazer for her iconic Vanity Fair cover.
What do you get when you mix two of the coolest and most beloved female celebrities? Hopefully a great movie. According to the New York Times, Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer have teamed up to write a screenplay in which they star as sisters.
Continuing her run of inviting surprise guests to join her onstage during her current tour, Taylor Swift performed duets Wednesday night with Selena Gomez and Justin Timberlake.
The next Disney princess to travel on a voyage of self-discovery will be arriving next year, and the head honchos at Disney hope their Polynesian princess is as popular as the Snow Queen-inspired duo.
If there is money to be made, you better believe Hollywood will make sequel after sequel of a successful film.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa is claiming his use of a "Back to the Future"-esque hoverboard got him in big trouble with customs in Los Angeles.