Trump is a complete coward: CherAmerican singer Cher says she is ready to do her part to help those affected by President Donald Trump's decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme.
In reaction to the news, Cher labeled Trump as "complete coward" and vowed to give shelter and protection to "Dreamers" and urged others to follow suit, reports people.com.
You still feel like my girlfriend: Keith UrbanMusician Keith Urban, who celebrated his 11th marriage anniversary with actress Nicole Kidman, feels she is still his girlfriend.
Urban and Kidman completed 11 years of marital bliss on Sunday.
The 49-year-old musician gave a tribute to his wife on his Instagram post with photographs of them cuddling each other, reports dailymail.co.uk.
Urban posted a series of selfies,...
Wanted to turn my divorce into a positive: Gwyneth PaltrowOscar winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow says her split from Coldplay frontman Chris Martin was incredibly painful, but she wanted to turn her divorce into a positive.
Paltrow opened up about her divorce in an interview to The Edit magazine, reports dailymail.co.uk.
She said: "I wanted to turn my divorce into a positive. What if I didn't blame the other person for anything,...
Clooney not looking forward to 60th birthdayActor George Clooney isn't looking forward to hitting 60 in five years' time. He is convinced he will probably celebrate it by crying in his bedroom all day.
Clooney, who will be seen onscreen in Jodie Foster's forthcoming directorial venture "Money Monster", is "bothered" with turning 60, reports etonline.com.
"(I'll probably celebrate...
Blake Lively slams Cannes gala for Woody Allen `rape` jokeActress Blake Lively has criticised the Cannes Film Festival for allowing a controversial rape joke about filmmaker Woody Allen to be part of the opening night ceremony.
French comedian Laurent Lafitte drew gasps from the audience with the joke that referred to the sexual assault allegations against the 80-year-old, who is in France to promote his film "Cafe Society".
American Idol will be back: Chris DaughtryMusician-actor Chris Daughtry is convinced that popular reality talent show "American Idol", which bid adieu in April after 15 seasons, will be back in a different form.
The Daughtry frontman, who stood fourth on the fifth season of the show, thinks that the makers of the show "will repackage it another way", reports bangshowbiz.com.
"From the day that...
TV acting is an entirely different animal: Jane FondaTwo-time Academy Award winning actress Jane Fonda, who stars in American comedy-drama series "Grace and Frankie", says television acting is foreign territory for her.
“Episodic TV is an entirely different animal: Being in every episode, working very long hours, not entirely knowing the arc of the entire season, having to learn lines very quickly,” Fonda told...
Great to put alkaline in body early morning: AnistonActress Jennifer Aniston shared her morning ritual and says that “it's great to put that alkaline into your body first thing in the morning”.
The 47-year-old, who is married to “Zoolander” screenwriter Justin Theroux, says that “we've got to really be conscious and mindful around what we put inside our bodies”, reports people.com.