The Beatles legend took to Twitter to mark the occasion with a throwback image of the pair in their heyday.
The Fox News host launched into a tirade against the former first lady who this week released a scathing attack on Donald Trump ahead of the U.S. election next month.
The rapper shared the photo to tweet about the support he was receiving from friends, writing: "Friends writing me in."
The Vice President is the subject of yet another meme as an old "X-Men" joke surrounding the politician emerged after last night's debate.
After killing the fly, Obama declared: "That was pretty impressive, wasn't it? I got the sucker," during a 2009 interview with John Harwood.
Amid all of the memes and hot takes from viewers and celebrities, one recurring one was centered on actor Jeff Goldblum famous for Jurassic Park and of course, the 1986 David Cronenberg film, "The Fly."
As Americans tuned into the debate, many celebrities were also watching and tweeting their takes with some of Trump's most famous critics like Bette Midler and Jim Gaffigan were not impressed with the vice president's performance.
The media mogul made the comments in an interview with author Isabel Wilkerson, who wrote the book "Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents."
Michelle Obama said that the Trump presidency was accompanied by "a constant drumbeat of fear, division and chaos that's threatening to spiral out of control."
Adult film actress and producer Daniels has laughed off Melania Trump's "porn hooker" insult after secret recordings of the First Lady were leaked.
The singer and beauty mogul came under fire this week after many Muslims expressed shock and outrage that a song used in the show sampled words from the sacred religious text.
The audio leak from Melania Trump's former friend and aide Stephanie Winston Wolkoff was played on Michael Cohen's "Mea Culpa" podcast.
The president's balcony stunt has angered many people on the left. Here's what some celebrities had to say about it.
The President's latest photo stunt since being diagnosed with coronavirus has been widely likened to the famous balcony scene from the musical "Evita."
The popular beauty influencer has been accused of "blackfishing"—and it's not the first time.
Several well-known anti-Trump celebrities have not minced words about the stunt—here's what Alyssa Milano, Jim Gaffigan, Bette Midler and more have said.
The recent Fenty show featured a Hadith sped up and mixed with dance music which was played as models walked and performed on the runway.
Upcoming James Bond film "No Time To Die" has been delayed again for an April 2021 release—plunging the cinema industry into further uncertainty.
The trial of the century spanned nine months yet the jury found Simpson not guilty of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in under four hours.
Here's how top celebrities and famous faces have responded publicly to Trump's positive coronavirus result.
The author and psychologist didn't address her uncle directly but instead acknowledged his past downplaying the seriousness of the pandemic.
As news spread of the President's positive coronavirus diagnosis so too did memes—but did "The Simpsons" predict Trump's death?
"I just hope it doesn't interfere with him being elected out of office that's all," West said on live TV.
Bette Midler has responded to news that President Donald Trump and Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus.
The First Lady confirmed that she and the President are "quarantining at home" after testing positive for the disease but are "feeling good."
The highly anticipated Sacha Baron Cohen satire is going to be released later this month.
The couple named their son Jack and shared a poignant statement announcing the sad news this morning.
Newcomer Iman Vellani who will make history as Marvel Studio's first onscreen Muslim hero, Ms. Marvel.
"We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we've never felt before," the couple said in a shared statement.