Adams has been nominated six times but has never won.
"Worrying about what time to post on social media so I can maximize my likes or being mad at myself that I don't look the same way I did when I was addicted to pills is a complete waste of why I was put on this Earth."
2018 was a great year for female comics, but once again women trail men in pay disparity, with only one woman making Forbes' list of the highest-paid comics in the world: Amy Schumer.
"The artists are saddened as they were very much looking forward to performing for their fans at KCON."
"Shia LaBeouf, or whatever his name is—I think it was him, it looked exactly like him—I walked by and he calls me trash," Fox News host Jesse Watters claims.
The indictment comes less than 24 hours after Todd Chrisley came out on Instagram with the "cloud hanging over" his family: that a former employee allegedly stole from and scammed the family.
Todd Chrisley reveals he and his family are the subjects of a forthcoming federal indictment for tax evasion and "probably a bunch of other financial crimes."
The drama of early-morning talk shows is coming to Apple TV+.
Marvel Entertainment Chairman Isaac "Ike" Perlmutter is a longtime donor to President Donald Trump and other conservative causes and candidates.
Ariana Grande made a surprise appearance at Barbra Streisand's concert at Chicago's United Center.
There's no better place on the planet to spot a celeb than at various places around Los Angeles
"The reality is that Benny just likes different things."
Could it be true? A possible 'Happy Endings' reboot is in the early stages of a reboot at ABC. "That is a dream of a lot of people at ABC," Karey Burke, ABC entertainment president, said at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour.
At 97, Norman Lear is as busy as ever. Two new "Live in Front of a Studio Audience" are set to air on ABC in the winter of 2019 and the spring of 2020.
Singer Pink's Instagram post of a poem called "America is a Gun" drew a quick backlash from Fox News' Britt McHenry.
"When you're a kid... you don't know anything about sexuality yet," said the 45-year-old actor and TV personality. "You're just a kid."
Netflix's 'Mindhunter' returns after a two year wait on August 16. The second season will cover killers Charles Manson, the "Son of Sam" David Berkowitz and the Atlanta Child Murders.
Ariana Grande's "Boyfriend," which features the pop duo Social House, will be released August 2. The "Thank U, Next" singer teased the video for the single on Twitter.
Confusing your child for another one of your children is one thing, but confusing your child for a total stranger? That's what happened to director Ron Howard.
Kyle Richards blasts back at Lisa Vanderpump's husband Ken Todd and none of the women seem to understand Camille Grammer's strange breakdown.
The Focus Features film stars Janelle Monáe, Leslie Odom Jr. and Cynthia Erivo as Harriet Tubman.
Paul's Fox Business interview with Liz Claman jumped from YouTube to pink eye to Paul claiming he's the "quickest man on the planet." He's not.
It was widely believed Tarantino and Thurman would never work together again after the actress revealed the horrible accident on the set of "Kill Bill."
Don't hold your breath for a reboot of 'The Office.' If this makes you sad, don't worry, that feeling is only "human natural," as Kevin said.
Broadway star Patti LuPone attacked Republican Senator Lindsey Graham on Twitter, calling him a "disgrace" and suggesting he was in the closet.
"This musical is timeless," Taylor Swift said in the first look at the musical.
Camille Grammer is still talking about her marriage to 'Frasier' star Kelsey Grammer, even though they've been divorced for eight years and she's since remarried.
The Memphis Grizzlies center, who was on the injured list most of last season, was the subject of a lawsuit by a man who claimed they had a romantic relationship.
'Game of Thrones' is getting all the buzz for most nominated show, but the big Emmy story are the many LGBTQ honors .
Cosby, labeled a sexually violent predator by the court, has tweeted regularly from prison. He was sentenced in 2018 to three to 10 years in a maximum-security lockup prison in Pennsylvania for drugging and sexually assaulting his victim.