Spears' Instagram account vanished without an announcement or any fanfare on Tuesday.
Prolific toymaker Robert Klamer died at his home in La Jolla, California, on Tuesday.
"Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star Caitlyn Jenner barely broke the top 20 candidates hopinh to replace California Governor Newsom.
During his stint on "Jeopardy!" Yale Ph.D. student Matt Amodio has seen a number of guest hosts come and go—including scandal-ridden Mike Richards.
Beloved presenter Alex Trebek, who died in November, served as the host of "Jeopardy!" from 1984 until 2020.
Mexican actress Lyn May, 68, caused a stir when she claimed in August that she was expecting a child with singer Markos D1, 30.
Pop icon Britney Spears, 39, has stated in a new Instagram post that she felt "controlled" in "basically almost everything [she] did."
Brandon Ashur, known to fans as Bashurverse and Toasty Time, revealed on August 15 that he was battling "COVID and pneumonia at the same time."
Rapper Nicki Minaj tweeted on Monday that her cousin's friend was rendered impotent and "his testicles became swollen" after taking the COVID-19 vaccine.
Mike Richards shot just five episodes as host of "Jeopardy!" before stepping down—and one contestant has shared details of his time on the set.
Meteorologist Kelly Bates announced her departure from Rhode Island TV station NBC 10 last week.
Matt Amodio, a Ph.D. computer science student at Yale, was tested on his general knowledge during a video chat with Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont.
UFC fighter Conor McGregor and rapper Machine Gun Kelly were seen getting into a heated showdown at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday.
Pop icon Britney Spears, 39, and actor, model and personal trainer Sam Asghari, 27, announced their engagement on Instagram this Sunday.
Rhode Island meteorologist Kelly Bates announced her departure from the station on Tuesday—prompting fans to launch a petition demanding her return.
Eagle-eyed social media users have compared Landon McBroom's Instagram posts with seemingly identical images from other platforms.
Nicki Minaj revealed she would not be appearing on the MTV award show on the same day her husband, Kenneth Petty, learned he faced a possible prison sentence.
Mother-of-four Kim Kardashian took to her Instagram Story on Thursday to share a photo of her son Saint, 5, being pushed along in a wheelchair.
Former "Buffy" and "Angel" actress Charisma Carpenter has criticized her union SAG-AFTRA for its "egregious failure."
While fan favorites Pat Sajak and Vanna White will be returning for the new season of "Wheel of Fortune," viewers will see notable changes.
Actress Jennifer Garner told her Instagram followers that two of her three children had received their COVID shots—and she hopes to get the youngest vaccinated soon.
Meteorologist Kelly Bates, who had been with WJAR-10 for 17 years, announced on September 7 that she was "no longer employed" by the station.
Emmy-winning actor Michael Constantine died of natural causes at his home in Reading, Pennsylvania, his family has revealed.
The famous "Jeopardy!" lectern has been left empty in the trailer, after Mike Richards' blink-and-you'll-miss-it stint as the show's host.
In a video posted by Frankie Jonas, a host of stars were shown posing with a chain from the Church of Scientology.
"Emily in Paris" actress Lily Collins tied the knot with Mary Steenburgen's son, Charlie McDowell, over Labor Day weekend.
The singer's father, Jamie Spears, has asked a Los Angeles court to end the pop star's 13-year conservatorship.
Fans of the Nickelodeon favorite "Blue's Clues" were taken on a trip down memory lane by the preschool show's original host Steve Burns.
Austin Wallace approached Logan Paul for a job following the star's most recent boxing match in Cleveland, Ohio.
Dr. Dre and his business advisers have filed a lawsuit against Nicole Young, accusing her of taking money from one of the star's companies.