Hollywood's leading men are increasingly getting a little help to look their best on the most high-profile red carpet in the world.
Former teen idol David Cassidy said on Monday he was suffering from dementia, a day after weekend performances in California in which he forgot his words and appeared to fall off stage raised concern about his health.
Britain's most revered TV naturalist David Attenborough, 90, is returning to present a sequel to "The Blue Planet" documentary series, 16 years after the original illuminated the depths of the world's oceans.
Harrison Ford has been involved in another plane incident, this time a near miss with another aircraft.
"La La Land" scooped the prize for best film, while Emma Stone and Damien Chazelle picked up awards for best actress and best director
Adele swept the Grammy Awards on Sunday, taking home statuettes for the top prizes - album, record and song of the year
A surprise loss didn't stop Beyonce being centre of attention at the Grammy awards, as the pregnant singer delivered the night's most anticipated performance.
George Clooney and his wife Amal are expecting twins, actor Matt Damon said on Thursday, adding he was so thrilled for the high-profile couple that he "almost started crying" when he found out last fall.
Prince and George Michael will be honored at the Grammy Awards on Sunday with separate tributes, but organizers did not say on Wednesday which musicians will perform them.
Time Warner Inc reported higher-than-expected fourth-quarter results, largely due to box office hits such as the "Harry Potter" spinoff.
Lady Gaga hit back at cyber bullies who made fun of her body during her spectacular halftime show at Sunday's Super Bowl.
Malawi's High Court has given approval for Madonna to adopt two children, bringing the total to four children the singer has taken into her care.
Kanye West, one of Donald Trump's biggest celebrity supporters, appeared to have deleted his tweets about his meeting last year with the then U.S. president-elect in which the two discussed multicultural issues.
Standing atop the roof of Houston's NRG Stadium with drones illuminating an American flag in the night sky behind her, Lady Gaga kicked off her Super Bowl halftime set on Sunday by singing "God Bless America" as a subtle message of inclusion and unity in a deeply divided United States.
Black Sabbath have played their last gig in Birmingham after a 50-year career.
Singer Michael Buble has said his three-year-old son is making good progress with his cancer treatment.
Pop superstar Beyonce has confirmed that she and her husband, rap star and entrepreneur Jay Z, are expecting twins, sending social media into a meltdown.
Fourteen years after their last onscreen pairing as mentor and Neo in the Matrix trilogy, Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne have reunited in John Wick Chapter 2.
David Beckham has rejected suggestions he and wife Victoria stay together for commercial reasons - the Beckham "brand" - saying they simply love each other.
Veteran British actor Sir John Hurt, star of "The Elephant Man", has died at the age of 77.
Madonna has denied reports that she was in Malawi to adopt two more children, saying her visit was strictly for her charity work in the African nation.
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