Gilda Radner -- one of the most influential cast members in "Saturday Night Live" history -- played a pivotal role in shaping "SNL," forever changing the course of comedy.
Forget the game. Let's discuss Lil Wayne's outfit during the College Football Playoff National Championship halftime show.
For Dream Hampton, who served as executive producer of the much-talked about “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary, the explosive revelations in the film were just the tip of the iceberg.
It was supposed to be "A Star is Born's" night. Instead, top honors went to another popular movie about the unlikely rise of a powerhouse singer.
"The Bachelor" returns on Monday, meaning countless tweets and recaps will be devoted to its dramatically structured quest for love.
If you listened to Kris Jenner and were "prepared to be moved" by Kendall Jenner's revelation Sunday, you're probably not too happy today.
According to the Seattle Times, musical artist, counterculture figure and guitar legend Jimi Hendrix will have a post office renamed for him in his Washington state hometown.
It’s official: Carrie Ann Inaba will permanently fill Julie Chen’s vacant seat on The Talk, CBS confirmed Wednesday.
Houstonians won’t soon forget 2018. It was the year of surprise upsets as a number Democrats unseated long term Republicans resulting in the first Latina and woman Harris County Judge, Lina Hidalgo; County Commissioner Adrian Garcia, first African American mayor ...
Although he’s been sidelined for the next several games with a groin injury, it hasn’t overshadowed the moves LeBron James has made on and off the court.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expanding their family again. A source close to the couple told CNN Wednesday that they are expecting their fourth child via surrogate this year.
Tiffany Haddish on Tuesday tweeted an article from The Root about how she bombed during her New Year's Eve stand-up performance in Miami.
Kanye West kicked off 2019 by reaffirming his admiration for President Donald Trump and generally riling up Twitter.
Former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight muses about what might have happened if the architects of that business "were friends, instead of destroying each other."
Fabolous made Christmas come early for kids in the Madison Square Boys and Girls Club of Brooklyn this year with his annual Christmas Toy Drive