Fran Drescher married Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai over the weekend.
The Happily Divorced star and Ayyadurai wed at their home on the beach in a small ceremony, People reports.
Another Big Brother wedding is in the works — and the proposal aired on Sunday's episode of the show.
On Friday, former contestant Jeff Schroeder popped the question to his girlfriend and Season 11 castmate Jordan Lloyd in the Big Brotherbackyard. "Five years ago we met here, so I wanted to come full circle," Schroeder told Lloyd, before getting down on one knee.
Guardians of the Galaxy became the highest-grossing August movie ever this weekend. The movie took in $10.2 million, bringing its total to $294.6 million, and stayed at No. 1 for the fourth time. But overall, this was the lowest-grossing week at the box office in two years, according to Box Office Mojo.
Serena Williams cruised to victory at the U.S. Open women's final Sunday, defeating Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3.
The No. 1 player in the world didn't drop a set over the entire two weeks of the tournament and never lost more than three games in a single set.
Joan Rivers' funeral Sunday in New York City was a star-studded event — and, by all accounts, exactly the kind of glitzy, laugh-filled celebration she would have wanted.
Bad Judge, NBC's new fall comedy starring Kate Walsh, has lost its showrunner due to "creative differences," Deadline reports.
Riddick's Matt Nable has been cast to play the iconic villain Ra's al Ghul on The CW's Arrow, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Legendary comedienne Joan Rivers died Thursday after being taken off of life support, her daughter Melissa told The Associated Press. She was 81.
File under: More things for McKayla Maroney to be unimpressed by.
The Olympic gymnast, who was one of the celebrities victimized by the latest nude photo hacking scandal, now says she's underage in several of the photos that were stolen and published, TMZ reports.
Two familiar faces will be absent when Game of Thrones returns for its fifth season.
Kristian Nairn and Isaac Hempstead-Wright, who play Hodor and Bran Stark respectively, are taking a year-long hiatus from the HBO drama, Nairn told Yahoo News in Australia.
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