Gowns by Oscar de la Renta, the iconic designer who died Monday, have been practically obligatory for Hollywood's most fashionable for decades.
Good news, cable subscribers: All 552 episodes of The Simpsons are now available to stream online and on smartphones and tablets.
Details about the Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 soundtrack, which was curated by Lorde, have remained a secret since Lionsgate selected the singer But on Tuesday, we got a glimpse of the "Royals" singer's handiwork when the track list popped up on iTunes.
And now a moment for the "Facepalm Hall of Fame." ESPN talking head Skip Bayless is no stranger to outlandish statements and extreme bloviation.
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Kelly Clarkson just put her spin on the ballad of the year a.k.aSam Smith's "Stay With Me" at Symphony Park in Charlotte during her first solo concert since giving birth in June.
Floyd Mayweather has gained quite a reputation for posting winning gambling receipts online, like that time he took home $200,000 after betting on Johnny Manziel (remember him?
Warner Bros.'s new short-form digital production unit has a name and its first development slate, which includes live-action versions of Mortal Kombat and Static Shock and a series based on 1986's Critters.
Finally, the NBA is back. As hoops fans prepare to watch all of the basketball, many questions hang over the 2014-15 NBA season: Do LeBron James and Kevin Love make the Cleveland Cavaliers instant title contenders?
Streams and tweets will count as votes when VH1 pits 11 artists from "You Oughta Know," its franchise that promotes fresh voices, against each other to determine the fan favorite from this year's crop of newcomers.
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Of course Ice Cube wants baby spinach in his breakfast smoothie. He's mad you even had to ask. The rapper and actor dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday and turned sweet statements about rainbows and apple picking into the harshest of insults with just the narrowing of his eyebrows.
NBA rookies’ Instagram accounts are just like everyone else’s Instagram accounts — except a lot better.
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Where last week’s Dancing With the Stars performances brought us a night full of surprises (and by that I mean letdown, lackluster performances, even from the good ones), Monday night was quite the opposite: The top stars shined as always, but some of the regularly low-scoring couples brought their A-Game.
American fashion icon Oscar de la Renta died Monday at his home in Kent, Connecticut, after battling cancer.
Oscar de la Renta, a fixture in American fashion who designed evening wear for first ladies and starlets alike, has died.
Gerard Parkes, an actor best known for playing the beloved Doc on Fraggle Rock, died Sunday, according to reports.