Rapper Ja Rule was sentenced Wednesday to serve up to two years in prison after pleading guilty to attempted criminal weapon possession in December, The Associated Press reports.
Ja Rule , whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, will begin his sentence Tuesday.
Ja Rule pleads guilty to $3 million tax evasion
"See y'all later," he told family and friends in the courtroom as he was handcuffed after his...
Leonard Stern, a producer, writer and director who helped create The Honeymooners and Mad Libs, died Tuesday of heart failure, Variety reports. He was 88 years old.
A New York native, Stern got his start in Hollywood in the '50s writing film screenplays, including Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion, The Jazz Singer and the Jack Lemmon film Three for the Show. His career shifted to TV, and he began writing for The Jackie Gleason Show.
Stern went on to...
Tristan Prettyman and Jason Mraz
Jason Mraz and fiancée Tristan Prettyman have called it quits six months after getting engaged, the "I'm Yours" singer tells The Daily Beast.
"My greatest mistake right now is, I've been clinging to my art," he told the site. "In that, I have victory for my art and a great loss for my heart. At the moment, my beautiful fiancée is no longer my...
After four weeks of brutal battle rounds, it's the first live episode of The Voice. Will Team Blake reign supreme or does Team Christina come out on top? And what songs will the two coaches choose to perform on stage with their singers? The four remaining contestants from the two teams face off tonight, with two players from both Team Blake and Team Christina going home next week. After a rockin' Queen medley from the four coaches, it's time to let the first quarterfinalists do their thing. Let's see how they did.
Raquel Castro, "Blow" (Team Christina)
This show is all about the voice, so it's a little troubling to see Raquel choose a fast dance song originally sung by someone not at all known for her vocals (Ke$ha FTW). Add some rather demanding choreography into the mix and it...
Matt Bomer and Willie Garson
To catch a thief is hard. But to catch a thief on the new season of White Collar is going to be a tad more difficult.
The third season premiere, airing Tuesday at 9/8c on USA, picks up right where the show left off three months ago when Neal (Matt Bomer) discovered billions of dollars of stolen art and jewelry left in a warehouse for him by an anonymous friend. After getting our hands on the episode early we pick five (non-spoilery) reasons to get excited for what's ahead.
What's next on White Collar: Neal's big decision, his future with Sara, the origin of Mozzie
1. Neal faces temptation: The tagline for the new season says it all: "Choose a side." While Neal has always struggled to...
Andrew Gold the singer-songwriter behind The Golden Girls theme song "Thank You for Being a Friend," has died. He was 59.
Gold died in his sleep Friday from an heart attack, his sister, Melani Gold Friedman, told the Los Angeles Times. She said he had been responding well to...
Trace Adkins' Brentwood, Tenn., home burned down after a fire that ignited in the garage spread to the attic, CNN reports.
Adkins' three youngest daughters, their nanny and his dog all escaped the Saturday evening blaze, his wife told the cable news channel. Rhonda Adkins was driving a few blocks away when a neighbor called her about the fire. When she reached the house, she found all three children safe on...