Fox News

Piers Morgan took yet another jab at Meghan Markle while responding to criticism from a follower who seemingly alleged he was fired from ITV.

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TODAY

James Michael Tyler, who played Gunther on 'Friends,' told TODAY's Craig Melvin that he had first been diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2018.

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New York Post

Graphic memoir tells story of boy who survived infamous headmaster “Sir” Terrence Michael Lynch — a serial sexual abuser who manipulated students into “cuddling” after fondling and beating their nu…

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New York Times

How did the ratings board overlook songs filled with lust and damnation? “Maybe we bamboozled them with gargoyles,” one filmmaker said.

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HuffPost

The reality TV star has kept her love life private because “I think it makes my life a lot easier and our relationship a lot better."

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INSIDER

Last week, Nick Cannon welcomed twin sons, Zion Mixolydian Cannon and Zillion Heir Cannon, with the DJ Abby De La Rosa.

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Fox News

Chrissy Teigen’s followers believe she threw shade at Michael Costello in an Instagram post referencing the film “Clueless.”

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The Mercury News

If the invitation really had been lost in the mail, she should have contacted us.

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New York Times

The actor and other stars will start a school to train teenagers for jobs in Hollywood, the latest in a series of entertainment industry donations to city schools.

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NBC News

The royal existence Harry and Meghan evidently sought to escape will follow the couple, and the royal family is likely to be defined by their new life.

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TMZ

DMX's funeral costs were covered by Def Jam, which shelled out over $35k.

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Daily Mail

The television personality's first shot showed her spending time with her father and young son Elvis, aged one, while her second was a selfie that had been taken by her late husband, Nick Cordero.

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TMZ

'Gorilla Glue Girl' wants to be the Kylie Jenner of hair care products.

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The Wall Street Journal

Fans of the post-grunge arena rockers filled the roughly 20,000-person venue for its first full-capacity show in more than 15 months

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Deadline

The Tribeca Festival wrapped Sunday night, its last event a retrospective screening of Raging Bull with a video (pre-recorded) of Leonardo DiCaprio interviewing Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro about the iconic 1980 film. The director called it, “the culmin…

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