Win or lose, Hollywood's biggest stars will be looking forward to Oscar once again at Sunday's Golden Globe Awards. But not necessarily THAT Oscar.
A parade of somber stars visited the next-door homes of Debbie Reynolds and daughter Carrie Fisher on a gloomy Thursday afternoon amid reports that a private memorial was scheduled at the compound to mourn the late actresses. Meryl Streep, Meg Ryan, Ellen Barkin and Ed Begley Jr. were among those entering the property in the Coldwater Canyon area of Los Angeles
Letters sent by Britain's late Princess Diana -- including one in which she described a young Prince Harry as being "constantly in trouble" while at boarding school -- sold for thousands of pounds at an auction Thursday.
Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill have apparently broken up.
Greta Van Susteren's absence from cable news proved short. MSNBC said Thursday that it has hired the former Fox News Channel anchor for a daily, Washington-based news program at the dinner hour.
Pharrell appeared as scheduled on Thursday's "Ellen DeGeneres Show" without fellow singer Kim Burrell. But the gospel star, who DeGeneres had disinvited days earlier, didn't go unmentioned.
Tony Award-nominee Joshua Henry, who has been playing Aaron Burr in the Chicago production of "Hamilton," will take his character on the road in the show's first national tour.
Sam Lovullo, who as producer and co-creator of "Hee Haw" brought country music and homestyle humor to millions of American homes, has died at age 88, his publicists said Thursday.
Acclaimed Indian actor Om Puri, well-known abroad for his role in hit movie "Gandhi," died aged 66 after suffering a heart attack Friday, reports said.
J.K. Rowling is not done with the story of "Fantastic Beasts."