John Legend trended on Twitter as he was named People Magazine's #SexiestManAlive, but not everyone was in agreement with the decision.
A young child's display of altruism last night has gone viral, with multiple celebrities expressing their admiration.
Model Chrissy Teigen railed against the far-right conspiracy theory group QAnon, ridiculing countless forums and posts connecting her and husband John Legend to Jeffrey Epstein.
The ACE Family may be known for their mansion, but in the latest video, they decided to try out work in the service sector, drawing mockery on social media for play-acting as working class.
David Letterman, Paul Rudd, Jon Hamm and more go between two ferns for interviews with Zach Galifianakis in the new Netflix Original.
"My heart stopped," Teigen told Ellen DeGeneres about the moment President Trump attacked her on Twitter Sunday night.
The singer shared an image of the first lady and Canadian PM looking intimate in response to Trump's Twitter tirade.
Model and presenter tried to get her own phrase trending on Twitter after attack by president.
"I need my Renner."
This comes after Chrissy Teigen urged her fans on Wednesday to boycott Equinox and SoulCycle.
"This is humanity at its best!" actress Kristin Davis added.
"These aren't demons, these aren't people that are monsters," Teigen said of immigrants.
"Yes! We can live-tweet me burning something in the kitchen," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
"A president intent on unity does not call the press the 'enemy of the people,'" said Alyssa Milano.
The singer also shared his thoughts on why other musical A-listers opted out of participating in the Lifetime docuseries.
Thanks for the memories, Chrissy.
The outspoken critic of the president said Trump had driven her to take extreme stress relief measures.
People were confused why Stacey Dash was at the Oscars—but none more so than Chrissy Teigen.
Queen Bey flew in to save the day on the popular dance-off show, which launches in the U.K. on Friday.