She led discussions of many parenting issues on her talk show, and she runs an academy for girls in South Africa, but Oprah Winfrey doesn't regret not raising her own children."If I had kids, my kids would hate me," The talk-show host and actresstold The Hollywood Reporter.
Red carpet events are always a welcome excuse for stars to don their most dramatic ensembles and for viewers to ogle them. But attendees at Tuesday night's American Country Music Awards really upped the glitz: There were glittery gowns, shiny blazers, even a pair of sparkly leggings.
Donny Osmond knows a thing or two about being a teen idol, and in a new interview with Closer Weekly, the 56-year-old singer lobs some advice at Justin Bieber, a teen going through his own idol struggles.
The Voice will have a new winning coach this season because three-peater Blake Shelton is officially out of the competition after Cole Vosbury was eliminated Tuesday.But that doesn't worry the country superstar, who was concerned only about his artist.I'm bummed about it. I wanted that for Cole.
Dr. Jen Arnold, star of TLC's "The Little Couple," revealed to People magazine that the cancer she has came after a non-viable pregnancy."The one time I get pregnant, I get cancer," Arnold, a Houston neonatologist,told the magazine.
The 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations were announced Wednesday morning, and if the list is any indication, two series that have already said so long "Breaking Bad" and "30 Rock" will be a couple of the big stars of the show when the ceremony takes place in January.
Demi Lovato is speaking out about her past drug use in a very candid new interview with Access Hollywoods Kit Hoover. The 21-year-old star, who wrote her memoir Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year, opened up to Hoover on the set of The X Factor.
There will be no four-peat for Blake Shelton on "The Voice."On a night that saw his former champions Cassadee Pope and Danielle Bradbery return to the "Voice" stage to perform, Blake's sole remaining hope for this season was sent packing.
It was a night when country music devotees declared their favorites with the American Country Awards, which are given based on fan votes, but LeAnn Rimes stole the show with her tribute to legend Patsy Cline.
Oscar winner Kate Winslet and husband Ned Rocknroll (born Ned Smith) welcomed a baby boy on Dec. 7 at Sussex County Hospital in the United Kingdom, her publicist confirmed to TODAY.The boy is Winslet's third child and the first for her husband.
Beyonc may have bitten off more than she can chew in her quest to temporarily try veganism along with husband Jay Z. The singer is now being scrutinized not just for what she eats, but what she wears out in public.
Danny Noriega didn't win "American Idol," but he would have handily won "Sass Idol." Noriega is the 2008 contestant who became famous for his neck-rolling"Some people weren't liking it" comment directed at judge Simon Cowell's criticism of one of his performances.
Long before fame and fortune came his way, Justin Bieber had his mind on money or maybe his mommy. In a recent Q&A on Twitter, the pop star's mom, Pattie Mallette, revealed his earliest chatter.That wasn't the only Bieber-related tidbit fans learned during the #askpattie session.
Britney Spears has two sons Sean Preston, 8, and Jayden James, 7 but she's hoping there's at least one more baby ahead. Spears, who appears on the January cover of InStyle, revealed her goals for the coming years in an interview with the magazine.
Kim Kardashian pays tribute to Elizabeth Taylor in her latest Instagram selfie, posing with a white towel on her head and her giant diamond engagement ring on display. In the background is an iconic photograph of Taylor striking the same pose.
Miranda Cosgrove has a monster movie franchise hit on her hands thanks to the success of "Despicable Me" and its sequel, but that doesn't mean she can't be nostalgic for her "iCarly" days. Specifically, the crazy food they ate, like spaghetti tacos.
The winds must have changed ... Mary Poppins and Bert the chimney sweep are back together again, nearly 50 years after the release of the classic "Mary Poppins" movie.Stars Julie Andrews, 78, and Dick Van Dyke, 87, reunited at Monday's premiere of "Saving Mr.