"My son was in a bad accident and didn't make it. My heart is just so broken," said his mother, Tassie, in a posting on his Instagram.
Animal rights organization PETA caused a stir when they tweeted a graphic illustration to drive home their opposition to the dairy industry.
Current "Jeopardy!" champ Matt Amodio boasts an eight-game winning streak—but his phrasing of answers has become a big talking point.
David Banda, 15, is seen belting out John Denver's 1971 country classic "Take Me Home, Country Roads" in a new post on Madonna's Instagram account.
Comedian Kathy Griffin, 60, made the public announcement via a heartfelt Twitter post.
Heavyweight boxing champ Tyson Fury had expected to meet then President Donald Trump after his February 2020 victory over Deontay Wilder.
Model Chrissy Teigen, 35, revealed at the end of December 2019 that she had made the decision to go sober.
The actor revealed in an interview that he continued to use the slur "f*****" until his daughter spoke up.
Piers Morgan stormed out of the "Good Morning Britain" studios in March as he clashed with a co-host over Meghan Markle's Oprah Winfrey interview.
Simone Biles, the most decorated gymnast in history, has pulled out of two gymnastics finals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Odenkirk, 58, reportedly collapsed while shooting scenes for the final season of "Better Call Saul."
Conservative commentator Steven Crowder, 34, took to Instagram and Twitter to share a photo of himself as he recovers from an operation.
Musician Prince, who passed away in 2016, recorded "Welcome 2 America" back in 2010, but subsequently opted to shelve it.
Jennifer Lopez ad Ben Affleck have been the focus of much attention after recently rekindling their romance.
Rapper DaBaby has been criticized after comments he made at Rolling Loud Miami on July 25 were circulated on social media.
Musician Mike Howe died at his home in Eureka, California, on Monday morning, according to a statement from Metal Church.
YouTube star Gabbie Hanna had previously vowed that she was going to go "offline entirely" just days earlier.
Jennifer Lopez recently rekindled her romance with Ben Affleck, almost 20 years after they first got together.
Kanye West unveiled tracks from his upcoming album 'Donda' at a listening party in Atlanta on July 22.
DaBaby was seen dodging the shoe as he performed at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami on Sunday.
Misia, 43, wowed as she took to the stage at Tokyo's Olympic Stadium to perform "Kimi Ga Yo" on Friday.
Juliette Ashby recalls growing up with the musical icon in London and the pain of her friend's death 10 years ago.
"13 Reasons Why" star Tommy Dorfman announced in an interview published on Thursday she has been living as a woman for a year.
Kanye West, who unveiled his latest album on Thursday, famously supported Donald Trump during his presidency—before running against him in 2020.
Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein pleaded not guilty to 11 counts of sexual assault in a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday.
The 58-year-old fashion designer told his 1.6 million Instagram followers that he'd had the cosmetic procedure, posting a selfie from his doctor's office.
YouTuber KSI, who made his boxing debut in 2018, has previously suggested he's the "best boxer in the world."
Chrissy Teigen and her husband, John Legend, announced that they had lost their baby son, Jack, in fall 2020.
Eric Clapton, 76, announced his boycott plans in reaction to U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's statement on vaccine passports in 2021.
Madonna, 62, has been working on a movie based on her life and career with screenwriter Erin Wilson.