Hollywood super couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie is adopting another cause to their growing list of philanthropy. Somalia announced Monday that the Jolie-Pitt Foundation donated $340,000 to help impoverished people in the country.
The family of the late gospel singer Mahalia Jackson is fuming mad after the off-screen scandal of American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino. Fantasia will play Mahalia in a biopic movie.
Country group Sugarland announced Friday that the band will perform a free benefit concert in Indianapolis. The concert will be in honor of the seven victims who perished in the stage collapse in August.
Oprah Winfrey’s latest venture has proven to be not as easy as she thought it would be. The Discovery Channel, which has ownership in the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), is throwing $15 million towards the struggling channel to save it.
Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp is apologizing after his comments comparing a photo shoot to rape set off a firestorm of criticism.
Following the massive wave of controversy from various groups regarding television show “Playboy Club,” NBC has now decided to give in and officially cancel the drama series.
Country legend Hank Williams Jr. is coming under fire today after his controversial statements Monday comparing President Barack Obama to Nazi Dictator Adolf Hitler.
Sean Parker, Facebook’s former president has officially crossed social media lines and joined rival Twitter. He used his first tweet to make a statement to his former company.
Christian recording artist TobyMac is back with Christmas in Diverse City a brand new Christmas album that was released today.
The latest rumors regarding the release of the new iPhone, has insiders wondering if Apple is going to debut the iPhone 5 or the iPhone 4S. Sources connected to BGR.com state that both versions would be released to different carriers.
“I Got a Feeling” that hit group the Black Eyed Peas are celebrating after raising a record $4 million in a charity benefit concert in New York City Friday night.
After its second week in theaters, Warner Brothers flick “Dolphin Tales” fished out the competition to top the box office this past weekend.
The latest news coming from sources connected to Apple notes that the computer giant is planning to have the iPhone 5 released into consumers hands no later than October 18th.
Can former President Bill Clinton dance better than Metta World Peace? The world will never know since Clinton revealed Tuesday that he turned down an offer to appear in the thirteenth season of “Dancing With the Stars.”
The actual necklace from the Titanic has been stolen, and this time it’s not a plot in a James Cameron movie.
With convicted murderer Troy Davis set to be executed on Wednesday evening, celebrities took to Twitter to show their support and use their power to help influence the Georgia Parole Board to rethink their clemency denial.
The figures are in and Hurricane Irene took another hit on the wallets of the citizens of New York City. The hurricane which led to a shutdown of the MTA subway system and evacuations caused at least $55 million in damage, officials said Tuesday.
“Dancing With the Stars” co-host Brooke Burke is no more. Beginning with last night’s season premiere of the series, Brooke officially began using her married name: “Brooke Charvet.”
Simon Cowell, the infamous mean spirited judge who entered our television screens ten years ago on “American Idol,” will be front and center in his new show “X Factor.”
Zooey Deschanel is what some would call a triple threat. She has stared in hit movies such as 2009’s “(500) Days of Summer,” and more recently this summer’s release of “Our Idiot Brother.” Some may recognize her voice as a part of the collaboration band “She & Him,” whose album sparked a top ten hit last year.
Actress Frances Bay dies at the age of 92.
NBC ‘s new show “The Playboy Club has riled some critics to labeling the network of presenting “pornographic material over the public airwaves,” during primetime hours when children are present.