The Duchess of Cambridge has showed off her tennis skills -- to none other than Andy Murray's mother.
Though Sam Smith has mingled with Hollywood's elite thanks to the success of "Writing's On The Wall" -- the Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe-winning James Bond theme song -- he feels like the glitz is just a bonus.
Madonna made surprise visits to two Manila shelters for orphans and street children, taking selfies with kids a day before the start of her two-night concert stint in the Philippine capital.
Spike Lee is endorsing Bernie Sanders for president in a U.S. radio ad.
Two basketball stars and a brainy sitcom actress will be among the judges for TBS' tech-competition series, "America's Greatest Makers."
"Creed" director Ryan Coogler, Ava DuVernay, Janelle Monae and other Hollywood celebrities have big plans for Oscar night. But they have nothing to do with the Academy Awards. Coogler and company will be 2,300 miles away in Flint, Michigan, attending a benefit for residents affected by the town's water crisis.
Country singer Sonny James, who recorded romantic ballads like "Young Love" and turned pop songs into country hits, has died. He was 87.
Bill Cosby's wife answered questions under oath for lawyers in a Massachusetts defamation lawsuit brought against him by seven women who say he sexually assaulted them decades ago, and she will answer more questions next month.
A former Miss America contestant died early Monday, a week after her car spun off a New Jersey highway and crashed into trees.
Nicole Kidman has won best actress in a play honors at London's WhatsOnStage Awards for her depiction of a real-life scientific heroine in "Photograph 51."