The iconic actor has teamed up with Lil Nas X for his highly anticipated new video "Holiday" appearing in a commercial teaser for the single.
As Donald Trump's chances of being reelected are slipping away from him, celebrities have been having their say.
Thursday night saw President Trump deliver a deeply controversial speech where he alleged that Democrats were attempting to steal the presidential election.
In Michigan, the "stop the count" demonstrations began Wednesday night outside the TCF Center in Detroit causing police officers to push back crowds.
Famous entertainers were dealing with the anxious election saga like most of the country; some with hilarious posts.
The "Real Housewives" reality star confirmed her divorced to E! on Tuesday.
"The thing that makes me mad is they're terrifying people 27/4 but they don't have any additional preventatives," Alley said of CNN.
With less than a week to go until the election, the hip hop world has been thrown into a state of political disarray as a number of prominent artists have controversially voiced their support for Donald Trump.
A lowdown of the idyllic private island that allowed KK and her guests to "pretend things were normal" at her 40th Birthday party.
A few of high-profile names how sat out the last election and where they stand now.
She expressed gratitude for all the support she's received both from those she's close with and strangers, following her miscarriage.
There is officially just one week until the 2020 U.S. Election and millions of Americans have already cast their votes—here are the celebrities who have already cast their votes.
Sharing a close up of his face with blood trickling down from his temple, The Rock used the opportunity to motivate his millions of followers.
"I used to LOVE putting on my dad's wrestling trunks, boots, jacket and championship belts—dreaming of one day becoming a pro wrestling champion," Johnson wrote on Instagram.
Chris Pratt has found himself at the center of a social media frenzy as his politics and religion are scrutinized and other controversies from his life and career are forced under the microscope.
Supporters and critics of both candidates were out in force voicing their views on how each performed.
The former Sex Pistols frontman is of the opinion that Trump is "the only sensible choice" in the upcoming election, per an interview with The Observer.
The rapper had planned to go on the podcast last year but it never happened, now the long-shot presidential hopeful is ramping up his bid for the White House and wants Joe Rogan's hit podcast to help.
"The Wire" star, 50, was spotted in Rome with James, 31, publicly kissing and holding hands—raising questions about West's marital status.
There are still a couple of pairs you can snag.
Several well-known anti-Trump celebrities have not minced words about the stunt—here's what Alyssa Milano, Jim Gaffigan, Bette Midler and more have said.
Jessica Alba has revealed in a recent interview that she was told not to make eye contact with the cast of "Beverly Hills 90210" during her 1998 guest appearance.
"We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we've never felt before," the couple said in a shared statement.
Outspoken anti-Trump celebrities had a strong reaction to the remarks with Alyssa Milano labeling the incumbent a "f****** racist" while Jim Gaffigan called him a "racist pig."
The "Glee" actress tragically died in July while on a boating trip in California's Lake Piru with her and Dorsey's son.
The television personality and wife of singer John Legend, 34, was admitted to hospital in Los Angeles after suffering heavy bleeding during her pregnancy.
The actress, who played Samantha Jones in "Sex and the City," previously called her co-star "cruel."
The Killers returned to television screens Monday night for the Monday Night Football playing the halftime show on a rooftop above the Las Vegas strip.