Kristin Chenoweth is asking fans for their support through prayer after suffering unspecified health problems this week.
While the 46-year-old actress only hinted at the health issue, the star noted that she is "unable to move" with a tweet posted in the early morning hours of Monday, Aug. 4.
One of the original "Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast members will be back for the upcoming season of the reality show.
Nene Leakes spoke with Realitea and said that she definitely will be back for Season 7 of the show. Leakes is perhaps one of the few stars in the franchise who has made the successful leap to acting, as she was a series regular in "The New Normal" and a recurring character in "Glee."
"Every single season, somehow people think I'm not coming back. Somehow, I'm the only one who people ask, 'Is she coming back or not?' But I think that people don't understand it's not really our choice like that," Leakes explains. more >>
Otaku House, a Singapore-based online shop that sells cosplay costume made a statement on their blog that the long-awaited second season of "Attack on Titan" will air on July 26, 2015.
However, to the dismay of the avid viewers and cosplay patrons, the Otaku House blog post on the series has been revealed to be a prank.
The prank reached far and wide faster than wild fire on a very windy afternoon. Blogs, new sites and may other online entities shared the news thinking that the date mentioned is the real deal. Most of this spread is courtesy of social media sites, of course. more >>
Kirstie Alley took to Twitter Sunday defending against Mak Chmerkovskiy's recent claims that their friendship ended over the Church of Scientology.
The 63-year-old actress shared several posts on Twitter that address the "Dancing with the Stars" pro as well as other believers of "nasty gossip," but the rant ended with Alley taking the high road.
"To those who believe nasty gossip spewed by others, please stop following. To those who know me, carry on," Alley began on Aug. 3. "I have a great idea!!! Why don't we all confess the things WE have done, INSTEAD of what other have done. #cowards" more >>
Ken Ham, founding president and CEO of Answers in Genesis, responded to the premiere of the world's first ever all-atheist TV channel last week by blasting the efforts at "not just targeting adults with a hopeless message of godlessness, but … also trying to indoctrinate children into an atheistic worldview."
"I've always found it fascinating how they think their purpose is to impose their message that there is no purpose onto people!" Ham wrote in a blog post in response to the launch of Atheist TV, an initiative of American Atheists.
"Well, this new TV channel highlights the growing intolerance toward Christianity in particular — and other religions, with the exception of their own," Ham wrote. more >>
Jada Pinkett Smith recently revealed that changing her understanding of gender roles as they relate to marriage strengthened her 16-year union with Will Smith.
The "Gotham" star, 42, and the "Fresh Prince" actor's almost two decade-long marriage is somewhat of a rarity in Hollywood and subsequently it is often subject to media scrutiny. In a recent interview Jada revealed why their union has lasted so long in an industry where most marriages fail.
"Will, to me, encompasses everything. It's almost as if calling him 'my husband' is too small of a word for what he means in my life — and especially how I feel we, as women, identify the idea of a husband," she told Net-a-Porter's The Edit. more >>