Robin Thicke claims he was high on Vicodin and alcohol during the recording of “Blurred Lines,” and that Pharrell Williams is the one responsible for writing the hit single at the center of a major copyright dispute.
Leonardo DiCaprio has been tapped by the United Nations to be its Messenger of Peace on Climate Change, the international organization announced on Tuesday.
Joan Rivers had agreed to do a special comedy project with Jerry Seinfeld, just nine days before she went in for a fateful surgical procedure that ultimately lead to her death.
Comedian Jon Stewart ripped into President Obama during his recent “Daily Show,” calling into question the commander-in-chief’s discombobulated approach to dealing with Islamic State terrorists.
Former CNN host Piers Morgan Even is the latest in a growing number of liberals who say President Obama has gone too far with the golfing getaways.
Long before the “rock stars of bluegrass” Dailey & Vincent took to the stage at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, Virginia, this weekend, you knew it wasn’t going to be your usual contemporary concert.
If the idea of Christian hip-hop music sounds like an “Anomaly,” then Lecrae’s seventh studio album is aptly named.
One of the National Gallery of Art’s collections is generally referred to as “works on paper,” the 120,000 or so drawings, prints and watercolors coddled in cabinets to prevent them being damaged by strong light.
Kanye West gave an onstage rant against the media during a concert in Brisbane, Australia after it was reported that the rapper harassed two handicapped fans who didn’t stand for him.
Rapper Kanye West shocked his audience Friday night during a concert in Sydney when he reportedly stopped his performance and singled out two handicapped fans for not standing.