US President Donald Trump has revealed that he will "take a look" at pardoning Tiger King's Joe Exotic from his prison sentence.
"Housewife of the Year looks a little different these days," the Open Book author wrote alongside a photo of herself with arms full of cleaning supplies
Modern Family premiered in 2009 and has won five Emmys for outstanding comedy series
Rebecca Gibney has lead a bunch of Aussie celebs in a huge singalong video to 'Love Is In The Air' amid coronavirus pandemic.
Her family said she has a seizure on Wednesday "resulting in respiratory failure and cardiac arrest"
Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes have surprised patients at a children's hospital with virtual visits. Camila and Shawn teamed up with the Ryan Seacrest Foundation to pull off the kind deed on Tuesday (07.04.20). During the calls, Camila and Shawn, 21, answered a few questions, including one from a patient who asked the 'Havana' singer what social distancing with her boyfriend has been like.
Halsey is donating 100,000 masks to medical professionals amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 25-year-old singer has "acquired and purchased" 100,000 three ply masks for healthcare workers who are battling against the virus, as many of them are running low on the much needed personal protective equipment (PPE) that will keep them safe as they treat infected patients.
"I felt like this was an opportunity for people to see a different side of me," the unmasked performer said after revealing their identity on Wednesday's episode
"Sorry, I don't know why I'm crying," she shared on Wednesday's episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan
"I knew I was doing something right, but I also got angry. But the older I got, I realized it’s a good thing," The Weeknd told Variety
"I have dated a lot of different types of people. I don't really know what the future holds," Rebecca Black said
Rita Ora was bullied when she was younger for being a "refugee". The 'How To Be Lonely' hitmaker came to the UK as an infant from Kosovo, Albania, when her parents fled persecution against Albanians connected to the disintegration of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s. And although Rita grew up in Notting Hill, London, she still faced "prejudice" from those around her, who used the word refugee as a "derogatory" term.