Cher’s choreographer is suing her, claiming that the Oscar-winning entertainer said there were too many black people onstage, the gossip website TMZ said Thursday.
A defense lawyer in Iran says six young Iranian men and women videotaped dancing to Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” and the video’s director have been sentenced to suspended jail terms and lashes.
British rock band Queen has unveiled its very own “Killer Queen” vodka to celebrate late frontman’s Freddie Mercury favorite drink of choice.
“Tusk,” writer-director Kevin Smith’s tale of torture and transformation, is horrific, darkly comic and deeply bizarre, often all at once.
A familiar face — former cast member Darrell Hammond — is taking over for a familiar voice at “Saturday Night Live.”
Mexican authorities launched an investigation of Miley Cyrus after her performance Tuesday in Monterrey included dancers pretending to whip her posterior with tiny Mexican flags.
The Pentagon is mulling new measures that would prevent Hollywood from tapping into the active military force to provide assistance — including on-screen acting — for new movies without written Department of Defense permission.
Sharon Osbourne, the wife of famous rocker Ozzy Osbourne — and a co-host of “The Talk” — slammed music band U2 for its members’ decisions to give away its newly released album on iTunes.
Joan Rivers’ personal doctor reportedly performed a biopsy on his famous client without her prior consent — and then snapped a selfie of himself next to her while she was under anesthesia — just moments before she went into cardiac arrest, a new statement to investigators revealed.
“Baby killer supporter” and “Ms. Abortion America” may not be common monikers for beauty queens, but those are a few of the names being hurled at the recently crowned Miss America, Kira Kazantsev, after a pro-life news website exposed her 2013 internship at Planned Parenthood.