Sandra Bullock has insisted she won't walk down the aisle again because she doesn't need a marriage certificate to show how much she loves her man.
U2 bassist The Edge reveals how the band needed to "double down" with their innovative sound on 'Achtung Baby'.
Britney Spears has thanked Lady Gaga for voicing her support for her during her conservatorship legal battle.
Brooke Shields didn’t take painkillers after her horror fall earlier this year, becuase she was worried she would develop a reliance on opioids.
Dax Shepard admits his wife had every right to doubt him at the start of their romance.
Sir Paul McCartney did not realise at the time that the first song he wrote had "the possibility of it being subliminally written about" his mother, who died from a embolism.
Rebel Wilson feels much better after losing weight over the last two years.
Robert Pattinson has revealed he had to be "drained of liquid" after nervously sweating in Val Kilmer's batsuit.
On Sept. 29, Parton took to Twitter to share Lil Nas X's cover of her song, "Jolene," accompanied by some kind words.
Chrissy Teigen has recalled the "greatest pain" of losing her son Jack on National Son Day.
After postponing their wedding twice, Wells Adams and Sarah Hyland have no plans to scale down their big day.
Steve Harvey thought his daughter's boyfriend, Michael B. Jordan ,was playing a “game” when they first met because he was “so kind”.
Jennifer Aniston insists her new approach to wellness extends well beyond nutrition.
Zendaya has heaped praise on her 'Dune' co-star Timothee Chalamet, describing him as a "good friend to have".
Jordyn Woods used to think of her boyfriend, Karl-Anthony Towns, as a "brother" but that idea is "disgusting" to her now they are a couple.
Camlia Cabello has revealed what it was like making her acting debut and how the movie world differs from being in music.
Ciara says sending her children back to school this year will be bittersweet, as she's excited to see them head back into the classroom, but will miss spending every day with them.