Kathie Lee Gifford is the latest celebrity to allege that Bill Cosby had an inappropriate interaction with her while the comedian's daughter is coming to his defense.
Cosby, the 77-year-old comedian who became popular on the 1980s and 1990s family sitcom "The Cosby Show," has recently been the subject of media scrutiny due to the rising number of allegations brought against him. Lately, a number of women have come forth, alleging that Cosby sexually assaulted them years ago.
While many women claimed Cosby drugged and raped them, Gifford's story is a bit different. The 61-year-old t.v. host, actress and singer spoke on the "Today" show about a time in the 1970s when Cosby attempted to kiss her. more >>
In light of Christmastime, "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson and his family bought a house for a family in need at their church recently.
During a special Christmas-themed episode, the 68-year-old patriarch announced that his family would be providing a home for an old family friend this season. First, Phil's son Willie shed light on the 40-year friendship between his family and the Lewis's – an African-American family that attends their church.
"I thought we could be the secret Santa and get a special gift for a special person," Willie said as the Roberton family opens Christmas gifts during the episode, entitled "A Home for the Holidays." more >>
The Rev. Franklin Graham says Christians should never deny Jesus Christ in order to spare their lives from slaughter by terrorists, such as ISIS, and further asserts that doing so would be a betrayal against martyrs who stood strong for their faith, despite persecution.
"Christians have been martyred going all the way back to the Romans when they fed them to the lions. We would be betraying every person who stood for their faith, who stood for Jesus Christ, if we turn our back on Jesus Christ. … I think we take a stand for our faith," Graham said on Fox News' "The Kelly File" when host Megyn Kelly asked if Christians should lie in order to save their lives when confronted with death at the hands of Islamic terrorists.
Noting that Christians who live in countries where they're the religious minority are the most persecuted people in the world, Kelly commented on a story about four Iraqi Christian children who were beheaded by ISIS militants after they refused to convert to Islam, a story reported by The Christian Post earlier this month. more >>
Recent cast rumors on the hit police-procedural TV series "NCIS" Season 12 pointed out actress Pauley Perrette, who has been engaged to real-life fiancé Thomas Arklie for about three years already.
Perrette stopping by the TrevorLIVE benefit show held in Los Angeles over the weekend to which she talked a great deal about her life and on how this would affect her career in the TV program.
Radar Online revealed much of the star's plan about whether or not she'll be walking down the aisle anytime soon and that will the fans be expecting a pregnancy after. more >>
Marvel's most awaited new crime-fighting drama offering "Agent Carter" season 1 is still a few weeks away before it kicks off its premiere episode. However, to fully satiate the eagerly-awaiting fans, Marvel released yet another sneak peek video over the weekend.
The clip features Peggy (Hayley Atwell) tidying things up at home and getting ready for business when roommate Colleen (Ashley Hinshaw) arrives from work, looking kind of exhausted.
As revealed, Colleen's boss fired 10 women workers in her office leaving her hands full of their remaining tasks. Peggy, who looks like trying to facilitate the conversation evenly, asked her housemate what forced her boss to fire them. more >>
Selena Gomez offered a deeper look at her emotional American Music Awards performance last month with a video diary released on Monday.
The former Disney star attended the awards show on Nov. 23 where she delivered a powerful rendition of her latest single, "The Heart Wants What It Wants." The performance ended with Gomez mouthing "Thank you Jesus" before shedding tears on stage. Today, the singer is sharing more about the Justin Bieber-inspired song and the important tear-jerking performance. The five minute-long video starts with the preparation for the performance where Gomez reveals her anxiety.
"On the day, it'll be such a release, I'm just excited that people everywhere who are feeling what I feel will get to see that and I just want people to be able to relate to that," she revealed in the video diary for Entertainment Tonight. more >>