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'Star Wars' Co-Stars, Other Celebs React to Carrie Fisher's Hospitalization
Carrie Fisher 's former co-stars and her fellow Hollywood heavyweights have taken to Twitter to express their concern for the iconic " Star Wars " actress, who was hospitalized Friday night in Los Angeles after going into cardiac arrest on a flight that originated in London. "We just need to tell
Women Top List of Grammy Nominations
Beyonce leads the way with nine Grammy nominations, while Amy Schumer, Tig Notaro and Margaret Cho earn historic nominations for best comedy album.
What's New on Netflix and iTunes for September
It's the first of the month and that means new titles on Netflix and iTunes. September is an especially good month to stream new films and shows! From classics like "Footloose" to new hits like "Captain America: Civil War," there is a lot to look forward to this month. So, without further adieu,
'Ghostbusters' Star Leslie Jones Quits Twitter After Online Harassment
Actress Leslie Jones announced on Twitter overnight that she's leaving the popular social media platform, citing a barrage of online harassers.
'Fashion Police' Returns With New Segment Dedicated to Joan Rivers
It's as if Joan Rivers never left. On Monday night's return of "Fashion Police," the first show since March, the team tackled Sunday night's VMA Awards, but the late comedian was never far from their minds. Daughter Melissa Rivers, who was stepping into her mother's shoes, introduced a new segment
Margaret Cho Defends Golden Globes Character
Margaret Cho is proud of the sketches she performed at the Golden Globe Awards , though some viewers slammed them as racist . In a recurring bit throughout Sunday night's Golden Globes telecast, the comedian played a North Korean Army officer and Hollywood Foreign Press Association member who
2015 Golden Globes
ABC News Entertainment Editor Lesley Messer breaks down the highlights from the 2015 Golden Globe Awards.
Dr. Evil Returns; Lance Bass Marries
Dr Evil Returns, Talks Kim Jong Un Mike Myers made a much-lauded return to “Saturday Night Live ” and resurrected his character Dr. Evil, best known from the Austin Powers movies. Why bring the evil villain back? To talk about his pal, Kim Jong Un. Dr. Evil said he knows the North Korean dictator
Margaret Cho Urges Women to #TellYourStory About Violence
Actress and comedian Margaret Cho is urging women to come forward about rape and abuse on social media, using the hashtag, #TellYourStory. Cho, who has been outspoken about political and social issues in the past, said in a tweet late Monday that she is a victim of both rape and child abuse. I am a
Music Review: 'Weird Al' Yankovic Releases 'Mandatory Fun'
The Singer Released His 14th Studio Album, Featuring Songs Like 'Tacky,' Today