Another of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged victims has opted out of a class action settlement deal.
Pop singer Justin Bieber was reportedly asked to leave an exclusive gym because singer Taylor Swift wanted to train alone.
The list of performers at the 2020 Grammy Awards just keeps getting longer.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s father, wrestling pioneer Rocky Johnson, died “quick” of a “massive heart attack”.
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” has returned and Larry David has found all new ways of pissing people off.
In an interview at an event, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said he would be interested in working with the famous couple.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson says he is “full of gratitude” for the love and support he’s received in the wake of his father’s death.
Breakups can be heartbreaking.
Caitlyn Jenner says Kim Kardashian West plans to open her own law firm and employ legally-trained former inmates.
Robert De Niro and LeBron James might seem like an unlikely team, but both have offered clear messages about celebrities speaking out about politics: Just because I’m famous doesn’t mean I’m not entitled to an opinion.
Madonna has canceled another concert on her “Madame X” tour, as she battles an undisclosed ailment.
Fans can now “creep” up on some hard-to-find Radiohead songs.
Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston were seen sharing a kiss and holding hands during their reunion backstage at the SAG Awards on Sunday night.
(This Jan. 19 story corrects spelling of Gudnadottir and of Todd)
Local designer Laduma Ngxokolo joined in on the “Phoyisa Challenge” and did it in the city that never sleeps.
Praise poet and musician Jessica Mbangeni is set to perform at the Bob Marley’s 75th birthday event in Jamaica.
The party was modelled after the very popular Major League Gardens series of events hosted by DJs Bandile and Banele Mbere, aka, the Major League DJs.
Marvel fans are in for a treat this weekend as an exciting, thrilling show kicks off at the Sun Arena at Time Square, Menlyn Maine, Pretoria from Friday, 24 January through Sunday, 09 Feb 2020.
Britain’s Royal Mint has issued its first commemorative coin featuring a British rock group, in a tribute to the late Freddie Mercury and the three other band members of Queen.
Her announcement left fans disappointed, with some vowing to stop watching the show.
The Hot Creations label-head and respected taste-maker will be making his South African debut.