Courteney Cox sent legions of "Friends" fans into a frenzy this Thanksgiving by recreating her iconic turkey head dance.
The singer-songwriter began the day by announcing "Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions" on social media.
D'Amelio's follower drop didn't last long at all.
"I know it's been a tough year to be a cop, but I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep our communities safe," Shulman wrote in the now-deleted photo caption.
Kemsley, who trains with actor Jonny Lee Miller, wrote that he restrained the man for about 15 minutes, while waiting for park security to come and help handcuff him.
A look back at the very public back-and-forth between the singer and the executive who bought her older music catalogue.
A popular brand of laxatives happens to share the name of the social media platform's new service.
The just-launched Twitter Fleets--what it is and how to use it.
Melania Trump made a statement that Trump is supportive of gay marriage, but that hasn't always been the case.
The photo-sharing app says the message, which was deactivated last night, displayed today due to caching error.
The musician's Instagram feed is full of Trump support.
The pop-culture icon shared an Instagram post on Monday wearing a face mask promoting Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Despite restrictions limiting Halloween celebrations this year, celebrities are showing off some of their costumes, including classic throwbacks and detailed tributes to favorite TV personalities.
She expressed gratitude for all the support she's received both from those she's close with and strangers, following her miscarriage.
West shared a screenshot of a "Vanity Fair" article about one of Aniston's recent Instagram posts, where she told followers not to vote for Yeezy.
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.
The fictional Kazakhstani journalist calls out the hitmaker for theft.
The rapper took to social media Sunday to declare his support for the republican while also extending insults to Democrat nominee Joe Biden over his proposed tax plans for top earners.
"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.
The superstar just teased the launch of her new clothing collection with images on social media.
"Looking back through this time, I was ashamed of my insufficient words and actions," she wrote.
Mattel took to Twitter to explain why the photos of her voting at a ballot drop box were deleted from the app.
"After waking up to that disgusting trailer...F**K @wetv and whomever else participating for using my pain for their pleasure and ratings‼️" Tamar Braxton wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
"I was committed to loving myself unconditionally, and that is something no man could take away from me," she wrote on Instagram.
"Mom goes blonde (temporarily)," Ayesha Curry captioned an Instagram photo debuting her new blonde hair on Sunday. She had no idea trolls would immediately accuse her of trying to look like a white woman.
Clery released a book regarding her own addiction in September 2019.
Guthrie's performance during the NBC event drew praise and criticism—and gained her thousands of new social media followers.
While clever and quirky, this Instagram user's Homer Simpson Halloween costume certainly raises a few questions about whether or not the costume is even safe.
The "WAP" hitmaker was immediately trolled and defended after the leak, with the photo being shared hundreds if not thousands of times across Twitter and other platforms.
The social media platform appears to have taken action after the former U.S. Marine promoted a "Patriot Muster" protest in Denver last weekend that resulted in a man being shot dead.