Madonna, Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift have been named the top-earning females in music in 2013.
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" plans to add one and possibly two black female performers to its cast as soon as January.
The pop star has scrapped plans to perform in Miami on the last night of 2013 and instead she will take the stage just before the crystal ball drops on 2014 as part of Ryan Seacrest's annual U.S. New Year's Rockin' Eve TV festivities.
Tragic actor Paul Walker, who died in a car crash last month, will be cremated and his ashes buried in a private memorial service this weekend, according to reports.
All 13 of the Beatles' albums released in the U.S. are going to be boxed up to mark the 50th anniversary of the group's first trip to the country.
Actor Mark Wahlberg almost missed out on his big break opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in The Basketball Diaries after treating the star badly at a charity event.
For the most part, though, "Hours" is practically a one-man show with Walker alone on-camera for lengthy stretches talking to his baby, or himself, and dashing between battery-cranks while on beat-the-clock explorations and supply runs.
The long race to the Academy Awards is especially steep this year and it's no surprise that an ample list of notables were left empty-handed in the 71st annual Golden Globe nominations on Thursday.
Actor Ryan O'Neal's attorneys have concluded their defense in a lawsuit aimed at making him relinquish an Andy Warhol portrait of Farrah Fawcett that he says he has owned since 1980.
Perhaps the only people connected to February's Super Bowl who aren't worried about the weather are the NFL's groundskeeping staff.
Nominees were announced on Thursday by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards -- the winners of which will be announced on January 12.
Celebrities reacted on Thursday to the 71st annual Golden Globe nominations, announced in Beverly Hills, California in advance of the awards ceremony next month.
Blake Shelton's "Mine Would Be You" and Miranda Lambert's "Mama's Broken Heart" are both nominated for best country solo performance, doubling his chances of nabbing a golden gramophone in his home.
The two surviving members of the rap trio filed a lawsuit of their own Tuesday in Oakland federal court claiming toy company GoldieBlox unfairly used the popular song as a jingle to sell its products.
Universal Studios is adding eight new restaurants to its CityWalk dining and entertainment area in 2014, including a North Carolina-based burger and sushi fusion restaurant.
An auction company says Michael Jordan's shoes from the famous flu game of the 1997 NBA finals have sold for more than $100,000.
Tom Hanks put his Hollywood nice guy reputation at risk on late night TV.
Oprah Winfrey fought back tears as she was honored at the 22nd annual Women in Entertainment breakfast in Beverly Hills.
To protest a Nativity scene, a Florida man has put up a Festivus pole with beer cans at the state Capitol.
From "Sunset Boulevard" to "In a Lonely Place" to "Barton Fink," we've often had the writer's perspective on the painful life of movie scripting. Now, in Disney's "Saving Mr. Banks," we have the studio's.
Producers of a new musical version plan to stage their show at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta in September 2014. Academy Award nominee Ron Shelton, who directed and wrote the movie, has adapted his screenplay.
NFL linebacker Manti Te'o said his rough rookie season has nothing to do with the flack he's faced over getting fooled by a hoax involving a fake girlfriend while at Notre Dame.
A Southern California city is gearing up for a heated debate over a Vietnamese new year's parade that would exclude the community's gay and lesbian residents.
The family of a reality TV producer, who has been accused of killing his wife in Mexico, and the woman's sisters have settled a dispute over her estate.
Christopher Evan Welch, the actor whose roles on New York stages led to a series of film and television roles, including a regular spot on AMC's "Rubicon," has died in Southern California.
California safety officials have issued more than $50,000 in fines, against an elevator company whose employee was killed while working on the new San Francisco 49ers stadium in Northern California.
Nominees for the 20th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced on Wednesday, and include several of the year's most critically-acclaimed films.
"12 Years a Slave," "August: Osage County," "Dallas Buyers Club," and "Lee Daniel's The Butler" top the list of outstanding performances for the 20th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards with three nominations each.
A second man has been charged with stealing a piece of the car wreckage in which "Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker died, authorities said.
Jim Hall, one of the leading jazz guitarists of the modern era whose subtle, mellow style of playing strongly influenced younger proteges such as Pat Metheny and Bill Frisell, has died at age 83.
Singing and hard-hitting football is the formula for success for NBC, at least for one week.
A spokesman for the Rev. Billy Graham says the evangelist has generally been weaker since his 95th birthday celebration last month but his vital signs are good.
1980s pop star Kim Wilde had a close encounter with a UFO as she mourned the death of pop superstar Michael Jackson four years ago.
Tragic actor Paul Walker's remains have been claimed by his parents and transported to a local mortuary, according to a report.
Actor-turned-director Dexter Fletcher has been handed the job of bringing Freddie Mercury back to life on the big screen in a new biopic starring Ben Whishaw as the tragic Queen rocker.
Singer Demi Lovato has opened up about the extent of her past drug issues, revealing she used to smuggle cocaine onto planes because she could not go an hour without a fix.
The Sundance Film Festival will premiere 117 independent feature films and 11 documentaries at its 30th anniversary next month — a lineup representing the 2014 fest's most prestigious films.
The 52-year-old Australian director still has another movie to go, so he can be forgiven for not wanting to ponder too deeply the 16 years he's already spent in the service of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Drew Barrymore isn't exactly feeling the pregnancy glow. She and her husband, Will Kopelman, are expecting their second child. Their daughter, Olive, is 14 months old.
Major League Baseball star pitcher Matt Cain wants to do his part to help the next terminally ill child make good on a dream, by donating $50,000 to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
A Los Angeles man who placed prank calls about job vacancies for prominent professional coaches has been arrested, authorities said Tuesday.
Draft figures from a San Francisco Bay Area research group show that this year's America's Cup sailing races generated far less economic activity than expected.
More than 18 million television viewers watched Carrie Underwood perform the role of Maria last week in NBC's "The Sound of Music Live!" But actress Julie Andrews, who starred in the 1965 blockbuster film, wasn't among them.
A California court has scheduled arguments next month for Michael Jackson's doctor to appeal his involuntary manslaughter conviction, after having already served his prison sentence.
Former NBA player Lamar Odom has pleaded no contest to a drunken driving charge and accepted a sentence of three years' probation and three months of alcohol abuse treatment.
The grandmother of a member of the U.S. Olympic Luge team has been killed in a weather-related car crash in upstate New York, authorities said Tuesday.
Florida A&M University is no longer on probation. The accrediting organization voted Tuesday on FAMU's status, and officials said voting to lift the university's probation was the best possible option.
Media baron Ted Turner said Tuesday that he is shocked the Atlanta Braves baseball team is moving out of the ballpark named after him, after just 16 years of occupancy there.
Leonardo DiCaprio has co-founded an eco-friendly motor racing team with Gildo Pallanca Pastor, the owner of electric carmaker Venturi Automobiles.
George Clooney has sent protesters in the Ukraine a pre-Christmas video message, wishing them success in their bid to persuade President Viktor Yanukovych to sign a treaty with the European Union.