The first Democratic presidential debate took place on Tuesday (Oct. 13), and in addition to front-runners Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, casual observers were introduced to Jim Webb (former Virginia senator), Lincoln Chafee (former Rhode Island governor) and Martin O'Malley (former Maryland governor). Celeb observers were also in the mix, chiming in during the CNN telecast on Twitter. Here are their thoughts.
Kendrick Lamar and Big Sean were big winners at tonights (Oct. 13) BET Award Show. Each won three awards and were followed closely by Drake who won two, including MVP of the year. See the full winners list below:
Before Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders or any of the other Democratic Party's presidential candidates got down to their speaking points in Tuesday (Oct. 13) night's Democratic presidential debate, Sheryl Crow took the stage to sing the national anthem.
Miley Cyrus and the Flaming Lips are hitting the road next month and -- according to an Instagram post by Lips' frontman Wayne Coyne -- they're planning one show with the performers and audience appearing completely in the nude.
It looks like God made girls to get engaged -- or at least that might be what RaeLynn's reprise would say if the "God Made Girls" singer released a part two. The former Voice contestant announced via Instagram on Tuesday (Oct. 13) that her boyfriend, financial adviser Josh Davis, proposed.
"How do you defy some of the conventions of business travel?" That’s the question that Renaissance Hotels is asking with their new original film, Business Unusual, written and directed by Daniel Malakai Cabrera and Caine Sinclair. Created in conjunction with Marriott’s Original Content Studio and dance and collective Substance Over Hype, the 12-minute comedy stars Yoshua Sudarso (Power Rangers Dino Charge) and Jason Gerhardt (General Hospital, Mistresses) as ad execs competing for a Chicago client and staying at the newly renovated Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel.
In an interview with DJ Whoo Kid on "The Whoolywood Shuffle," T.I. prefaced some controversial statements with "not to be sexist" and then preceded to be sexist. The 35 year old rapper went on to say that he couldn't vote for a female president because "it's kinda like, I just know that women make rash decisions emotionally – they make very permanent, cemented decisions — and then later, it's kind of like it didn't happen, or they didn't mean for it to happen."
Brian Wilson spread good vibrations at the DVD release party Monday night for 'Love & Mercy,' the Bill Pohlad-directed biopic about the Beach Boys singer's life, music and struggle with mental illness.
From Metallica talking Napster to John Lennon chiding his fans for mistreating Yoko Ono to Azealia Banks' headline-making interview, here are excerpts from 10 fantastic artist interviews Playboy did over the years.
The spring exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute will focus on technology's impact on fashion, and the May 2 gala benefiting the institute will be co-chaired by Idris Elba, Apple's chief design officer and a designer himself, Jonathan Ive, Taylor Swift and Anna Wintour.
CBS is expanding its relationship with writer Paul Downs Colaizzo. The scribe, who last season saw medical drama LFE go to pilot, has sold a pair of dramas to the network -- including a Ryan Seacrest- and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges-produced marching band entry.