Bobby Brown is finally ready to unveil his “Masterpiece.”
The New Edition singer has released a date for his latest project, according to Billboard, and it's slated to arrive on June 5.
It's the R&B artist’s first solo album in 14 years and, judging by the title, he's clearly proud of the work he put in.
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Kelly Osbourne might soon be tempted to follow in her brother Jack's footsteps and right into parenthood.
The “Fashion Police” co-host has said that she’s been wanting a little one of her own ever since she met her newborn niece, Pearl, two weeks ago.
“I’ve got baby fever after I saw [her],” the new aunt said Wednesday on Anderson Cooper's daytime show, "Anderson." Little Pearl Clementine was born on April 24.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Against Me! singer Tom Gabel speaks out on being transgender, and shares her plans to transition from a man to a woman.
The punk rocker has been privately struggling with gender dysphoria, and will soon start taking hormones and receiving electrolysis treatments, Rolling Stone reports.
Gabel is the highest profile musician to ever come out as transgender, although not the first overall, as MTV notes, and she tells Rolling Stone that's precisely the reason she's publicly sharing her story.
After two movies playing Thor's villainous brother Loki - most recently in the record-breaking blockbuster "The Avengers" - Tom Hiddleston says the chances are "very high indeed" that the character will return in "Thor 2." (As for the just-announced "Avengers" sequel, that's still anyone's guess.)
The actor's fan base - the "Hiddlestoners" - has grown exponentially since "Thor" and "War Horse," and audiences raving about the film have seen that Hiddleston was up to the task of taking on multiple superheroes.
But out of all of them, he particularly enjoyed going toe-to-toe with Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow.
Johnny Depp has made a career out of playing quirky characters - there’s Edward Scissorhands, the infamous Captain Jack Sparrow and now the vampire Barnabas Collins in “Dark Shadows.”
But it turns out the inspiration behind one of his most memorable roles - Willy Wonka in 2005’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” - came from someone who once occupied the Oval Office.
The actor spilled the beans on "Ellen" Tuesday, saying his zany character in the remake of the 1971 classic “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory” was actually modeled, in part, after former President Bush. (In the clip, Depp didn't specify whether it was the senior George Bush or his son George W., although many assume the latter.)
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