Betty White is spilling the beans on the secret to her long life. The Rose Nylund depicter on “The Golden Girls” will turn 99 on Sunday, January 17, and days before reaching the special milestone, she revealed the tips on what keeps her forever young.
Dr. Dre is still in intensive care, a week after suffering a brain aneurysm.
More than 10 million people celebrated the arrival of 2021 by tuning in to BBC One for London’s spectacular fireworks and light display.
Wham!’s Last Christmas has topped the UK singles chart for the first time, 36 years after it was first released.
Joe Louis Clark, the former bat-wielding principal of Paterson’s Eastside High School whose strict disciplinary methods inspired the 1989 film “Lean On Me,” died Tuesday at the age of 82, his family said.
Dionne Warwick’s may help her and Teyana Taylor score a deal with Netflix with one of her latest tweets. The singing legend, who has been catching attention with some of her playful shout-outs to fellow artists, has made it clear whom she’d like to play her should her life story be turned into a movie.
American country music star Charley Pride has died aged 86 after complications from Covid-19.
Dionne Warwick lashed out at Wendy Williams as soon as she noticed that the TV show host made some bad remarks about her on her show. Taking to her Twitter account, the legendary singer shared a fiery message for Wendy.
The 2020 election defeat is a hard pill to swallow for Donald Trump. Even though it has been a month and two days after the presidential election, POTUS has yet to concede the election. On Wednesday, December 9, he asked the Supreme Court to let him join the state of Texas’ lawsuit instead.
The Duchess of Sussex has revealed she had a miscarriage in July, writing in an article of feeling “an almost unbearable grief”.