Amy Schumer may not be giving up comedy for a legal career, yet she took a turn in Judge Judy's seat during a recent visit to the set of the syndicated courtroom show.
Richard Simmons filed a libel and invasion of privacy lawsuit Monday against the National Enquirer and its parent company over stories that said he is now living as a transgender woman.
Police in Ireland are refusing to comment on a blasphemy complaint and investigation involving comedian Stephen Fry.
American actress Meghan Markle's attendance at a celebrity polo match in which Prince Harry played is increasing British press speculation about their relationship.
Robin Thicke and mother Gloria Loring arrive at the 2nd Annual "Dear Mama: An Event To Honor Moms" in Pasadena, California, on Saturday, May 6.
Rap superstar Kanye West, long a prolific user of Twitter, has disappeared from social media after months of erratic behavior. The husband of reality television star Kim Kardashian appeared to have deleted his accounts on Twitter and Instagram, with searches Friday for his handles turning up error messages.
"What a view!!" Britain's celebrity chef Jamie Oliver exclaimed under a photo he posted on Facebook of a salmon farming cage nestled in a snowy fjord.
Robert A. Wilson, father of actors Luke, Owen and Andrew Wilson, and a landmark public television station executive who introduced "Monty Python's Flying Circus" to its first American audience, has died in Dallas. He was 76.
Diane Keaton will receive the American Film Institute's highest honor next month.
Country music legend Loretta Lynn has been hospitalized after having a stroke, her publicist said Friday.