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“I never rank,” the show’s creator said. But he thinks one alum is “definitely in the top two or three.”
"Cats are now cryptocurrency each cat is worth one billion dollars"
The former One Direction singer was accused of grabbing Yolanda Hadid and shoving her against a dresser, according to court documents.
The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star and her daughter, True Thompson, both tested positive.
The "Quiet Place" star joked that serving the Barefoot Contessa's “oniony, garlicky” recipe to Krasinski was "all it took" for the "Office" actor to propose.
The former One Direction star pleaded no contest to harassment charges stemming from a physical altercation with Yolanda Hadid.
“It’s so stupid," the actor said of her husband's intense preparation for a role.
“Take a wild guess who loves protesters blocking traffic now," Trevor Noah's team wrote in the supercut caption.
By dropping out of Sony’s comedy “Oh Hell No,” the N.W.A. rapper also turned down a winter in Hawaii.
Ferrell said there was a very specific reason he couldn't do the sequel.
Merriam-Webster announced the newly added words on its website, saying “Just as the language never stops evolving, the dictionary never stops expanding.”
The "Late Show" host has a simple way of handling the social network and its upcoming "metaverse."
The No. 2-ranked Bearcats unveiled their next ensemble in creepy style.
The "Love, Simon" star hopes "Gods of the Disco" inspires fans to celebrate their "inner freak" — just in time for Halloween.
The late-night host really doesn't like this presidential tendency.
A little rain didn’t stop it from being a beautiful day at Rollins College in Florida as school officials unveiled a sculpture honoring the beloved children’s TV host.
At the British premiere of "Eternals," the 15-year-old showed she has inherited the family's impeccable sense of style in an upcycled Dior gown.
“Will and I have NEVER had an issue in the bedroom,” the “Red Table Talk” host said after comments she made on her show were taken out of context.
The former first lady, who will reportedly play herself, said she's long been a fan of the ABC comedy's “wit and all-around brilliance.”
"I feel like you have to have a real reckoning politically and socially," he told co-star Rachel Bilson about the possibility of a reboot.