It’s tough to let it go when you never had it in the first place. Just ask Ellen DeGeneres and Kristen Wiig, who attempted to belt out the hit song from Disney's “Frozen” on the “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Monday despite being clueless about the tune.The duet came about when both comedians admitted they had been living in a kingdom of isolation concerning the ubiquitous power ballad.
Spare me your Blake Livelys and Taylor Swifts — it's Jane Fonda who is ruling the red carpet these days.The Oscar winner, 76, has been showing off her Barbarella-esque body these days, and color us impressed: she must be using her own workout tapes or something. She looks fantastic.
Dreams? We make them come true.On TODAY Tuesday, Miss Ohio Mackenzie Bart — who went viral during Sunday's Miss America pageant due to her charming ventriloquism skills — got the chance to try out her ideal job: Al Roker's.The beauty queen, clad in a tiara and sash, helped Al deliver the weather with the help of her puppet, Roxy. And they were both, as expected, naturals.Watch your back, Al.
As the first film of 2014 to cross the $300 million domestic box office line, "Guardians of the Galaxy" has turned out to be one of year's more surprising blockbusters. So what put this movie over the top? A talking raccoon? A toned Chris Pratt? Or was it the backstage presence of ... Play-Doh?
Clive Davis, the five-time Grammy winner credited with discovering Whitney Houston in the early 1980s, will release her first-ever live album nearly three years after the death of the legendary singer.
Robin Williams' longtime friend, Billy Crystal, says memorializing the late comedian during the 2014 Emmy Awards was the toughest assignment he's ever been handed. "He’s my closest friend, and to do it with some humor and only in a short period of time that I had to do it was difficult," the comedian and actor told Matt Lauer in an exclusive interview on TODAY Tuesday.
After a 51-year break from "The Tonight Show" stage, Barbra Streisand returned for one memorable appearance Monday night.The last time the legendary actress-singer appeared on the show, it was 1963, and she shared the stage with guests Don Adams and Marlin Perkins while then-host Johnny Carson presided.
Television star David James Elliott, whose most recent turn on the small screen was as Dave Wooster in “Mad Men,” is selling his Brentwood, California mansion for $9.895 million.The nearly 8,000-square-foot home on a double lot was custom built for the actor and his wife and “JAG” co-star, Nanci Chambers, in 1997.
Paris Hilton's newest pet is one of the cutest and tiniest...and apparently costs the same as many compact cars.The 33-year-old Los Angeles heiress, known for her many pets and who famously appeared with her pet Chihuahua Tinkerbell on the reality show "The Simple Life," has purchased a tiny, white Pomeranian puppy originally named Mr.
Tantalizing sneak peeks have been released, but on Monday, the first full trailer for "Mockingjay Part 1" was posted, and things are reaching a boiling point in Panem.Katniss' (Jennifer Lawrence) "Hunger Games" boyfriend Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) is a captive of evil President Snow (Donald Sutherland), forced to make a video urging the rebels to put down their arms.
British-Lebanese human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin stole the heart of Hollywood's most eligible bachelor, and we can see why — she's accomplished, talented, beautiful and effortlessly chic. Though it's her impressive humanitarian work that has charmed the world over, we can't help but also notice her bold and fun fashion taste. Behold, a few pointers from the future Mrs.
Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name, whether it's a bar, 1950's diner, or Seattle coffee shop to hang out with your neurotic brother. Fortunately, over the years TV shows have given us several such ideal hangouts. While the locales (and shows) may be long gone, here are 7 spots where we'd most like to become a regular.Central Perk on 'Friends'Oh, the "Friends." They had it all.
LC is married! Lauren Conrad and William Tell have officially tied the knot, her rep exclusively confirms to Us Weekly. The pair said "I do" in an intimate ceremony in front of close friends and family along the coast of California on Saturday, Sept. 13.
Paul Walker's daughter commemorated her father on Friday, on what would have been the actor's 41st birthday."Happy birthday, I love you," Meadow Walker wrote on her Instagram page, with a photo of herself as a baby and her father, who died in a car crash last November.Walker's brother Cody also shared a touching social media message in memory of his brother.
Alisan Porter was just 10 when she played the cutie-pie little star of the 1991 John Hughes comedy "Curly Sue." But now Porter, 33, is coming forth with some very grown-up revelations about her life."Hi, I’m Ali, and I’m an alcoholic," the theater actor and singer wrote this week in a blog post on lilmamas.com.
Willie Geist is needed on set! The set of "The Mindy Project," that is. As show creator and star Mindy Kaling gears up for the third season of her hit sitcom, she's dreaming of creating guest roles for some of her biggest celebrity crushes. And the TODAY anchor is at the top of her wish list."I love him," Kaling gushed to Matt Lauer on Friday.
Everyone loves Noah Ritter, the 5-year-old viral video star who charmed the world with his scene-stealing ways on live TV and his apparent love of the word "apparently." But what does Noah Ritter love?Dinosaurs.The tyke stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Thursday and came face-to-face with one of his favorite creatures. Sort of.
After 39 years, "Saturday Night Live's" Weekend Update is getting its first black anchor, with Michael Che to take the seat next to Colin Jost when the show's new season kicks off later this month.Stand-up comic Che, 31, rejoins "SNL" following a brief stint at Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," where he was hired as a correspondent in April. Prior to that, Che contributed to "SNL" as a writer.
Grandmaster Flash would like to wish you a happy birthday. Grandmaster Flash needs your address to send you a letter from your dad. Grandmaster Flash really wishes you'd stop using those offensive words on Facebook.OK, those notes aren't really from Grandmaster Flash, the hip-hop pioneer and Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame member.