Brandt Jean told "Good Morning America" that "everyone has steps towards forgiving" and noted he may have done that faster than other people.
Mathew Knowles reveals diagnosis at start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
"The comment I made about dance was stupid and insensitive and I am deeply sorry," Spencer said
Lara Spencer addresses remarks on Prince George's ballet lessons, writing "My sincere apologies for an insensitive comment I made in pop news yesterday."
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's rough 2020 campaign hit another hurdle Thursday as police union and pro-labor protesters chanted "liar" outside his Good Morning America appearance in Times Square.
"Little awkward to say I admit, but it's going to look fantastic on his hat," said Colbert.
The former vice president gave his first full interview since announcing his intention to run in 2020.
Buttigieg, who is expected to announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination, attacked Donald Trump's labeling of things he does not like as socialist.
Fox host Jesse Watters praised King for her jaw-dropping interview with R. Kelly which aired earlier this week, but got her mixed up with Robin Roberts from ABC's "Good Morning America."
"We recently got invited to perform at Coachella, which was unbelievable and we're really, really excited, and I guess we thought it would just be the right timing to kick off our US tour," said Rosé.
Fans voiced their disappointment on social media after Crews came to Neeson's defense.
The British actor revealed that he had sought revenge against any black man that crossed him following the rape of a loved one.
"I will not be the villain of his story," Michael Cohen told George Stephanopoulos on ABC's "Good Morning America."
Olympian Cullen Jones said he's started teaching swimming lessons to children of color as a way to reduce child swimming deaths and to erase the stereotype that "Black people don't swim."
Kimberly Snead said in her first TV interview Monday that she'd struggled to find words when she saw Cruz after: "Really, Nik? Really?"
Bill Cosby has a strange, rambling response to the sexual assault allegations against him.