Youre here, London Rose Daly! (A little late, but you made it.) Congratulations on a strong start. Your birth made national headlines. You beat baby Vales weight by an impressive 6 ounces. You snagged the same birthday as Al Roker. Good hustle. But lets not rest on our laurels here. You've met the rest of your family, so you're aware that you are not the first child on the scene.
Eight months after it rocked the social media world, Pharrell Williams' giant brown hat is still making news.The towering top hat, which grabbed headlines when the musician wore it at the Grammys in January, is headed to Washington, D.C.'s Newseum, where it will go on display as an exhibit of pop culture history.
The cold clips just keep coming! As more and more celebrities take the Ice Bucket Challenge in support of ALS awareness (and in support of bringing big bucks to the cause), they nominate more of their star-studded friends.And that means more fun for fans, as the latest entries prove.
Chris Prattdoesn't just play a hero heisone!The actor worked with Marvel and Children's Miracle Network Hospital to arrange a special screening of "Guardians of the Galaxy" for patients, families and staff atChildren's Hospital Los Angeles Wednesday.While the movie played, Pratt snuck out and dressed up as his character, Star-Lord.
Last month, Olivia Newton-John extended a special invitation to TODAY's resident "Grease" superfan, Natalie Morales. The singer, songwriter and actress said Morales could come out to Las Vegas, join her on stage as an honorary Pink Lady and sing before a live audience, and that's just what happened."Have you been warming up your voice?" the four-time Grammy winner asked when Morales arrived.
You may not know her name, but if youve ever admired the visages of men like George Clooney, Jon Hamm and Ryan Gosling, you have to give props to celebrity groomer Diana Schmidtke.The hairdresser and stylist has worked with the full range of Hollywood's leading men, from A (Adrian Grenier, Ashton Kutcher) to Z (the Zac/Zachs Efron, Braff and Galifianakis).
"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon has shown off his dancing skills (or lack thereof), ability to sing, aptitude inpranking his band and generally making people laugh, but on Wednesday, he revealed a new expertise: beard trimming.
Want to curse a woman? In the "Scooby-Doo" universe, apparently all you have to do is plump her up a few sizes. At least, that's the message of "Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy," the latest direct-to-video offering in the long-running, beloved mystery series for kids.
Seems the Wolf of Wall Street has a few economic ideas for halting climate change. In a new documentary called Carbon, released online Wednesday, narrator Leonardo DiCaprio contends that trillions of dollars worth of fossil fuels are awaiting commercial extraction from the ground and that if we burn them, our planet is toast.
I can still remember the day I found out my hair was curly.I was 12 years old and recovering from a terrible short haircut, the kind of close crop my mom called a pixie to make it sound better but that made waitresses direct me to the boys bathroom, or led my science teacher to ask, when I tripped down a flight of stairs, Hey, is that little boy OK?
Billy Crystal has had "no words" on Twitter since the death of fellow comedian and actor Robin Williams on Aug. 11. But at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, Crystal will speak for many when he leads a special tribute to the late actor.
The Ice Bucket Challenge videos for ALS awareness are coming in faster than we can mop up, but a few celebrity offerings are worth pointing out. Zoe Saldana tops our list today, namely because in her video, the actress finally addresses her pregnancy.Standing poolside, Saldana, 36, pivots to reveal a profile of her baby bump and rubs her belly.
Many of the TV shows nominated for Emmys this year aren't exactly kid-friendly fare, but that didn't stop the folks atMom.me from getting several talented tykes to reenact scenes from those grown-up dramas, including "True Detective," "Game of Thrones," "House of Cards" and more.
Elizabeth Hurley does not mince words when it comes to her new soapy drama "The Royals," in which she stars as Queen Helena, head of a fictional family of royals in modern London. "This is an extreme, sexy adventure into royalty," she chuckled to TODAY Wednesday during a sneak peek of the show.Mrr-wow! Many enjoy soaps and love PBS' "Downton Abbey," so "Royals" E!
Pierce Brosnan was one smooth James Bond when he took over the iconic role from 1995 to 2002, but there's apparently a deadlier 007, and his name is Jimmy Fallon.When the actor visited "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday, the comedian revealed that he was a huge fan of the Nintendo 64 game "GoldenEye 007," based on Brosnan's first Bond film. "This is a childhood dream of mine ...
No one can really predict what videos will go viral. But when producer Chris Fleck got an assignment to create an ad for the East Hills Mall in St. Joseph, Missouri, he knew exactly how to elevate his production above the rest and get tons of views. He had to make a terrible, terrible ad."The whole time we pitched this idea, we said, 'Maybe it would go viral.' Boy, it did," Flecktold KNPN.
Fanny packs have been the butt of too many jokes, and it's no longer alright. Alright? Alright. Matthew McConaughey, we've got your back in defense of the much-maligned fashion accessory.The Oscar-winning actor was interviewed in the stands at Fenway Park on Sunday during the Red Sox game against the visiting Houston Astros.
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul have ditched the meth business for the pawn business, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a long way from the White House in a fun new spoof video ahead of the upcoming Emmy Awards.
David Letterman paid tribute Monday night to the late Robin Williams, with whom the Late Show host shared a friendship for almost four decades.Letterman devoted a 10-minute segment to Williams, who died last week of an apparent suicide. The 63-year-old comic actor had appeared on Lettermans shows almost 50 times.
Southern belle and Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon plans to renovate a historic mansion she bought last month in her hometown of Nashville.The home was built by a prominent Nashville family, and when it came on the market last year, local automobile scion and GOP donor Lee Beaman and his wife, Kelley Beaman, wanted to save it from being torn down and replaced by a mega-mansion.
Milla Jovovich is best known for kicking zombie butt in the "Resident Evil" film franchise, but the actress has revealed that she's putting the upcoming sixth movie on hold because she's expecting her second child with her husband, director Paul W. S. Anderson."I imagine the only thing I'll be killing in the near future is an endless supply of cupcakes," she joked in aFacebook post Monday.