Today is Election Day, and stars from all genres of entertainment proudly showed off "I Voted" stickers or encouraged fans to get to the polls.
The fictional Kazakhstani journalist calls out the hitmaker for theft.
On Wednesday, the cop charged in murdering George Floyd on May 25 was freed from Hennepin County jail on a $1 million dollar bond.
"Wear a mask," Mother Monster urged while accepting a lifetime-achievement award on Sunday night. "It's a sign of respect."
The blast in the Lebanese capital yesterday has killed dozens and injured thousands, causing destruction and sending shockwaves throughout the city.
In 2019, the singer-songwriter was announced as a Starbucks ambassador and had a drink created in her honor.
"Rain on Me" is the second single off Lady Gaga's upcoming album "Chromatica," following the release of "Stupid Love" earlier this year.
"I'm fed up with female writers and alt singers saying that I glamorise abuse when in reality I'm just a glamorous person singing about the realities of what we are all now seeing..." said Del Rey.
Proceeds from their single will go toward grants and scholarships for children of first responders who have been affected by the pandemic.
Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a video of him advising his followers to stay at home while feeding a donkey named Lulu and a pony named Whiskey.
"It hurts. It definitely hurts. Because, you know, I've been doing this for like 10 years."
Even winner Billie Eilish thinks Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" album should have won over her own.
The 18-year-old praised Grande during her acceptance speech for "Album of the Year" for "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?"
Fans caused a frenzy on social media after BTS member Yoongi appeared to be missing in an image of the songstress sitting with the band at a rehearsal for The Grammys.
Eminem's 11th studio album, "Music to be Murdered By," unexpectedly dropped on Friday.
Celebrities have taken to social media to stand up for the actress in a flurry of tweets.
"Thank you Senator Sanders for coming to my show, making my whole night and for all that you stand for!!" 26-year-old Grande wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
Here's who has been nominated for Grammys, with artists like Lizzo, Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift expected to win big.
Grande is suing the retailer for using her name, likeness and lyrics from "7 Rings" to promote merchandise.
A Washington state man claimed the "Seven Rings" singer directed him to snip the wires to prevent the KGB from poisoning Americans with nuclear toxins sent through power lines.
She managed to tweet to them via a device her mother could not lock away: their smart fridge.
Are these pop stars the new female, crime-fighting trio?
A conversation is happening behind the scenes.
"I can pull together a performance overnight and you know that, Ken."
"We spent the most wonderful night with favorite friends.. that are our family."