Jennifer Lopez was filming a music video on Sunday with Pitbull in Fort Lauderdale when gunshots were heard nearby.
We’re hearing Carrie Underwood will replace Faith Hill in the Sunday night football opening song.
NBC will expand “The Office” finale to 75 minutes.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie admits he secretly underwent lap-band stomach surgery in February.
A new “Bonnie & Clyde” miniseries is set to run simultaneously on A&E, History Channel and Lifetime.
Anne Hathaway showed up at the annual Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art as a blonde.
Even though she had an 18-month relationship with a woman, Lindsay Lohan has played down speculation she’s bisexual in a candid new interview with The Daily Mail, in which she says that she’s straight and likes boys.
Matt Groening, the creator of the Simpsons, lost his mother this week. Reading her obituary, you can see a lot of the names that inspired that cartoon series: his mom’s maiden name was Margaret “Marge” Wiggum. His dad’s name was Homer. His sisters — Patty, Lisa and Maggie.
Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill was sentenced to three months in prison for failing to pay about $1 million in taxes over the past decade.
Charlie Sheen’s twin sons with Brooke Mueller will temporarily live with his ex-wife Denise Richards while Brooke goes back in for treatment of an addiction problem.
Pfizer is going to start selling Viagra online.
Crystal Bowersox and her husband of two and a half years, Brian Walker, are calling it quits.
Chris Brown was on his way to the East Coast to attend the 2013 Met Costume Institute Gala when the private jet he was on had to make an emergency landing in Burbank, CA, after the cockpit filled with smoke.
Reggae legend Cedric Brooks has died at age 70.
Al Pacino has quit mid-way through recording voices for “Despicable Me 2,” citing “creative differences.”