Last February, the Westworld actress claimed on Instagram that the musician had been emotionally, physically, and sexually abusive during their relationship which lasted from 2007 until 2010.
A jury sided with the 29-year-old rapper after she sued the social media personality, real name Latasha Kebe for conducting a "malicious campaign" against her, including a rumor that she had cheated on her husband Offset and contracted herpes.
Julian Lennon is selling Beatles and John Lennon memorabilia as non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
Back in May 2021, the Layla hitmaker declared he had experienced a "severe" reaction to the AstraZeneca vaccine and later went on to insist he would not perform at venues that require concertgoers to be fully vaccinated against the virus.
'Night School' star Tiffany Haddish jokes she prayed for "a new man" before she got arrested by four "in uniform" earlier this month.
Neil Young told Spotify to remove his music from the service, accusing it of providing Joe Rogan with a platform to spread COVID vaccine misinformation.
Emma Thompson is the latest A-Lister to slam plastic surgery, as the British star recently termed the practice a form of collective psychosis.
Chris Evans has been enlisted to star alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in the upcoming holiday flick ‘Red One’ being developed at Amazon.
Taylor Swift won’t stand for anyone putting down her songwriting skills, and recently set the internet on fire when she issued a scathing message to rock icon Damon Albarn after he did just that.
Jack remembers his mother on an emotional "This Is Us," while the "New Amsterdam" staff reunites to pay tribute to one of their own. Aziz Ansari returns to Netflix for an intimate surprise stand-up gig.
NEW YORK (AP) — Can a music scene still develop the way grunge did in 1990's Seattle or hip-hop did in the Bronx in the 1970s? Or has the digital makeover of music made such geographical-based explosions obsolete?
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.
NEW YORK (AP) — CBS News says it is retooling its streaming service to better incorporate programs and personalities from the television network.