Long before Taylor Swift started writing songs about her ex-boyfriends, there was the original breakup anthem: Carly Simon's "You're So Vain."On Saturday, Simon joined Swift onstage in Foxborough, Mass., to duet on her 1972 hit.
Natasha Henstridge has filed for divorce after two years of marriage, TMZreports.The Species star cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the end of her marriage to Darius Campbell, from whom she separated on April 10.
Even from rehab, Lindsay Lohan is hard at work plotting her big comeback. The actress will kick off her first week post-treatment by hosting Chelsea Lately on Monday (11/10c on E!), Entertainment Weekly reports.
Justin Bieber has become the poster child for paparazzi attacks, partying and reckless driving — a far cry from the innocent, devoutly Christian singer he was six years ago.
So what happened? Check out our timeline of The Biebs' downward spiral and figure out what went wrong.
NBC is developing a documentary about Tonya Harding's notorious attack onNancy Kerrigan at the 1994 Winter Olympics, the network announcedSaturday at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.
Grammy winner JJ Cale died Friday at the age of 74, according to his website. The musician suffered a heart attack and passed away in a La Jolla, Calif.,hospital.
Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly and husband Doug Brunt have welcomed a son, Us Magazine reports.
Thatcher Bray Brunt was born on Tuesday, but fellow Fox News anchor Shannon Bream didn't share the good news until Friday's episode of America Live.
Teresa Heinz Kerry, the wife of Secretary of State John Kerry, was released from the hospital Saturday, The Boston Globe reports. Kerry had been at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston for almost three weeks, following a seizure at her home in Nantucket, Mass.
John Williams is returning to score Star Wars: Episode VII, IGN reports. Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy announced the news at Star Wars Celebration Europe on Saturday, where Williams shared his excitement via a pre-recorded video.
Denis O'Hare has joined the ever-growing cast of American Horror Story: Coven.
"Very pleased to announce that the Emmy nominated Denis O'Hare is joiningAHS: Coven," co-creator Ryan Murphy tweeted Saturday.
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