"The history of drag is a long and winding road," Doonan told Newsweek about the history of drag.
"It is my hope and goal that we do an 'Office' reboot," Bonnie Hammer, Chairman of Direct-to-Consumer and Digital Enterprises for NBCUniversal, said.
"She is going to be in a big, huge room with bunk beds, tons of them," Miller said about Huffman's first night in prison. "That's where they first put you to get acclimated to the prison life."
"For a film that is a complete fiction to be honored in a nonfiction Emmy category is a complete farce," the estate said.
"After a lifetime of being at war with my gender I've decided to embrace myself for who I am, inside and out," Smith said after announcing their gender pronouns to be "they/them."
Scaramucci has turned his very short tenure with the Trump administration into a profitable position for himself.
If you can't get enough of watching 'The Office,' you're in luck: 'Office Ladies' is coming to your favorite podcasting platform in October.
"My heart stopped," Teigen told Ellen DeGeneres about the moment President Trump attacked her on Twitter Sunday night.
From 'Selena' to 'Out of Sight,' Jennifer Lopez has long been just shy of getting that elusive Oscar nomination. That could change with her performance in 'Hustlers.'
"While our problems get worse by the day, our current representative [Ted Lieu] is busy writing his next tweet," Fricke said in a campaign video.
'RuPaul's Drag Race Live!' will start at the Flamingo Las Vegas in January 2020.
The new "Little Shop of Horrors" production will run at the Pasadena Playhouse in Southern California.
Washington, who was famously let go from the ABC drama "Grey's Anatomy" for using a homophobic slur, told Fox News on Wednesday why he left the Democratic party.
Daniels worked with some of the music industry's biggest talents, like Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Whitney Houston, Drake, Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson.
"I have been very direct with him, and he's very direct with me. He maintains his innocence and I believe him."
"The View" returned from hiatus and it's still just as confusingly passionate as ever.
Nyong'o graces the cover of the October issue of Vanity Fair, dishing on her personal style and the "vomit green" dress she was going to wear the night she won her Oscar.
The unemployment rate for disabled workers (currently at 8 percent) is still higher than unemployment for non-disabled workers (3.7 percent), but employment of disabled workers has seen steady growth.
'Norman F**king Rockwell' is Rey's fifth major studio album.
Larry Johnson warned of the NFL and the NBA's "effeminate agenda" in a series of tweets. Johnson has been arrested multiple times for violence against women.
Peter Meijer, a Republican candidate for Congress in Michigan, canceled a performance by the group Drag Syndrome because people with Down syndrome are "special souls" who need to be "protected."
Polanski was charged with drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl in 1977. He later pleaded guilty to unlawful sex with a minor, a statutory rape charge.
"The Two Popes" tells the never-before-told story of Pope Benedict's efforts to groom Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio to become Pope Francis.
Zach Braff played Dr. John "J.D." Dorian on the NBC sitcom "Scrubs," and Braff couldn't help but have a little fun at the name's similarity to Hurricane Dorian on Twitter Wednesday.
"Somebody has to sound the alarm," says Meryl Streep as Ellen Martin in Steven Soderbergh's "The Laundromat."
Could Joaquin Phoenix win an Oscar for playing the Joker? Yes, it's happened before and it might just happen again.