Today the Obamas circled back with the official lineup, which includes Black Girls Rock founder Beverly Bond on the ones and twos, and a live discussion with Leonardo DiCaprio about his 'Before the Flood' documentary.
Throwback Thursday is only fun when you dig deep down in the vault into unknown territory. This week, we did just that with some of our favorite celebrities.
Stacey Dash clearly hasn't finished riding the wave of her first (and last) Academy Awards appearance, because she just can't seem to stop bringing up the awkward night that happened weeks ago.
The real show took place after the cameras stopped rolling and the stars broke off to the after parties.
Leonardo DiCaprio finally got the overdue recognition he deserves.
Will Smith may not be attending this year's Academy Awards, but he is impressed with how the Academy responded to the backlash following their lack of diverse nominees.
Rihanna might be keeping her involvement with Leonardo DiCaprio quiet as its kept, but a picture is worth 1,000 words. There have been whispers about Rihanna‘s flirtation with Leo since last year, and they only got louder when he threw her a birthday party. However, there hasn’t been much to talk about in months since […]
Rihanna has a lot of titles and accolades attached to her name. Now, the Bajan beauty can add "most marketable celebrity in America" to her list.
Ricky Gervais hosted the 2016 Golden Globes on Sunday night, and according to reports, he's been slated to helm the award show again next year, making it the comedian's fifth time as Globes ring master.
Barry Gesser, the man Jonah Hill perfectly captured in the movie "The Wolf Of Wall Street," was found dead in his West Hollywood home.