Boxing great Muhammad Ali was hospitalized with a mild case of pneumonia that was caught early and should result in a short hospital stay. The three-time world heavyweight champion, who is battling Parkinson’s disease, is being treated by his team of doctors and is in stable condition.
Kourtney Kardashian just posted the first photo of her newborn son with Scott Disick, while also revealing the little guy's official name...Reign Aston Disick.
Although anonymous sources claim they will not release the tape in full, they made it very clear that they have an “x-rated” tape involving a much younger Iggy Azalea.
Richard Simmons is still MIA ... nearly a year after he was last seen, and there are no signs of Christmas or even life at his home. His friends are more worried than ever. They haven't heard from or seen him since January 11. He hasn't been to his exercise studio in 6 months. Simmons' rep told us the exercise guru was depressed over a knee injury and that's why he has gone radio silent, but his friends are convinced it is far more serious.
Elton John married his longtime partner David Furnish at his Windsor home in England on Sunday, Dec. 21.
Lance Bass & Michael Turchin got married over the weekend. Just days before they headed down the aisle, the loving couple gushed to PEOPLE about every detail of the festivities, which will be televised as part of an E! Special, Lance Loves Michael: The Lance Bass Wedding, airing Feb. 5 at 8 p.m.
Those anxious to see the James Franco/Seth Rogen comedy that was the cause of the massive Sony hack can rest easy. On Sunday, Dec. 21, Sony's company attorney David Boies said that The Interview will be released, just not in its original slot for Christmas Day. Following Sony's decision to pull the movie, numerous celebrities have spoken out and President Obama also made a statement on the subject saying the company "made a mistake" by caving to the demands of the hackers, who have since been linked to North Korea.
Harry Styles and Kirsten Wiig killed it on the dance floor at the Saturday Night Live after-party -- even jumping up on a table top to dance to Dirty Dancing's ("I've Had) The Time of My Life!"
Satellite TV provider Dish Network Corp. is no longer carrying 21st Century Fox’s Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network after the companies couldn’t come to terms on a new distribution contract.
Legendary actor and "Dallas" star Larry Hagman has died.
ON TV TONIGHT
“Monday Night Football” … 8:30 PM on ESPN… Denver Broncos take on the Cincinnati Benglas.
“The Great Christmas Light Fight” … 8PM on ABC.
Cameron Diaz is engaged to her boyfriend, Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden, multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly.
Ashlee Simpson and her husband Evan Ross are expecting their first child together, Us Weekly can confirm.
At the People magazine awards last night, Lisa Kudrow won Television Performance of the Year (Actress) ... Kevin Hart won Comedy Star of the Year … Kate Upton won People’s Sexiest Woman … Jon Hamm won Television Performance of the Year (Actor) … Kate Hudson won Role Model.
A former staffer for Mariah Carey claims the pop diva acted like a slave-driving sweatshop boss — working her to the bone seven days a week without meal breaks or fair pay, according to a new lawsuit. But despite her hard work, she claims she never got a dime of overtime from the multimillionaire singer.
Amanda Bynes has her sights set on USC and the psychology department ... but this time not as a patient. Amanda took a VIP tour of the campus Wednesday and we're told she told the folks with whom she interacted she wanted to enroll in the school as a psych major.
Steven Colber signed off last night from the ‘Colber Report’. He launched into a rendition of “We’ll Meet Again,” joined first by fellow Comedy Central host Jon Stewart and Randy Newman on piano, which slowly grew into a relative who’s-who of media, Hollywood and politics, with the likes of Bryan Cranston, Jeff Daniels, Katie Couric, Ken Burns, Charlie Rose, James Franco, David Gregory, Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, Ariana Huffington, Bob Costas, Eliot Spitzer — even a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo by New York City mayor Bill DeBlasio.
Jay Z threw a holiday ice-skating party in Bryant Park this week for his Roc Nation staff.
Looks like Kris and Bruce Jenner's 22-year marriage is legally over. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars, who first announced their separation in October 2013, finalized their divorce on Tuesday, Dec. 16, less than three months after they filed documents with the L.A. Superior Courthouse.
The recent Sony Pictures hack revealed Marvel and Sony's plans of a third sequel for "The Amazing Spider-Man." However, producers made it clear that they'd want a fresh start for the movie. Sounds like Andrew Garfield is out and Tobey Maguire is back as Peter Parker in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 3'.
ON TV THIS WEEKEND
"Saturday Night Live" . . . from 11:30 P.M. on NBC. Amy Adams hosts and One Direction performs.
"Sunday Night Football" . . . from 5:30 P.M. on NBC. The Arizona Cardinals host the Seattle Seahawks.
Sony has canceled the December 25th release of "The Interview" because of the threat from . . . well . . . North Korea! Seriously . . . the U.S. has determined North Korea was behind the cyber-attack on Sony, and they're calling it, quote, "far more destructive than any seen before on American soil."
Elton John and his longtime partner David Furnish are finally getting married this weekend. They've had a civil partnership since 2005 . . . but gay marriage just became legal in Britain in March . . . so they're making it happen.
Surprisingly, reports that Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger are married have turned out not to be true.
Former "7th Heaven" star Stephen Collins has admitted that he molested three underage girls . . . in 1973, 1982 and 1994. But he adds that he, quote, "hasn't had an impulse to act out in any such way" since the '94 incident 20 years ago.
Sources say Bruce Jenner is going to announce his intention to become a woman sometime next month, and wants to document his transformation on a reality show.
Nick Jonas showed up at FAO Schwarz in New York on Tuesday, and performed his song "Jealous" on the "Big Piano." He later said he wanted to pay homage to Tom Hanks' classic scene from the movie "Big".
The album Madonna will release next year was leaked online. She called the tracks, quote, "unfinished demos stolen long ago." Then she called the leak, "artistic rape" and "a form of terrorism." But she deleted that post.
Charlie Sheen will appear in an episode of "The Goldbergs" as a character inspired by the "Boy in the Police Station" he played in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" 30 years ago. The episode will air sometime early next year.
Stephen Colbert files his final "Colbert Report" on Thursday, ending nine years behind his desk. Colbert will be back in September as host of CBS' Late Show, succeeding David Letterman.
Natalie Anderson won the latest season of "Survivor".
Stevie Wonder’s girlfriend gave birth to his ninth child.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Thursday Night Football" . . . 8:30 P.M. on the NFL Network. The Titans vs. the Jaguars.
"The People Magazine Awards" . . . from 9:00 to 11:00 P.M. on NBC.
It's semi-official: Jessica Biel is pregnant. It's only semi-official because the news comes from Justin Timberlake’s former N' SYNC bandmate Joey Fatone. He says, quote, "[Justin] told me a while ago."
Mariah Carey performed in New York on Monday night, and she had a rough go of it . . . thanks to an earpiece issue. The battery pack connected to her earpiece fell off her dress . . . so she stopped the orchestra mid-song, and said, quote, "Really? I'm sorry. Cut!"
Craig Wayne Boyd from Team Blake won "The Voice". He sang "Sweet Home Alabama" with Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Kathie Lee Gifford says Bill Cosby tried to kiss her when they toured together in the 1970s, but she said no, and he respected that. Kathie Lee says she never saw Bill exhibit the kind of behavior so many women are accusing him of, but she's also not saying they're lying.
The Sony hackers have threatened violence at any theater that plays "The Interview", and Seth Rogen and James Franco have canceled press appearances. Carmike Cinemas has chosen not to show the movie, but the Department of Homeland Security says it hasn't found any evidence of a credible threat.
The latest revelation from the Sony hack shows Alex Trebek throwing a temper tantrum after his actions were questioned on a recent show. In an email, he said, quote, "I'm not feeling support from the producers, and that disappoints the [crap] out of me. If I'm making mistakes and saying things you don't like, maybe it's time for me to move on."
Sharon Osbourne's tooth fell out yesterday on "The Talk". Right in the middle of the conversation. (It was an implant, and they tried to glue it back in on the commercial break. But they ended up gluing her lip to the tooth.
Jennifer Lawrence was the most Googled celeb of 2014.
The "Walking Dead" spin-off series will be set in Los Angeles.
The third and final movie in the "Hobbit" trilogy, "The Battle of the Five Armies", is in theaters today. It's already made $122 million overseas.
58-year-old tennis minx Martina Navratilova married her 42-year-old partner.
Norman Bridwell, the creator of "Clifford the Big Red Dog", has died. He was 86.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Michael Buble's Christmas in New York" . . . 8:00 P.M. on NBC.
The season finale of "Survivor: San Juan del Sur" . . . 8:00 P.M. on CBS.
Kim Kardashian posted a selfie with her daughter North cropped out, and her followers let her have it . . . calling her selfish and narcissistic. But she Tweeted, quote, "Wait is this really news that I posted a selfie & cropped my daughter out? LOL . . . Her eyes were closed and I was feeling my look! Can I live?!?!"
Mama June from "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" has refused an offer to do an adult film with Sugar Bear. She says, quote, "I have more respect for myself and my kids and my family. It ain't happening, not even for a zillion dollars."
Over the past month, we've heard how former Creed singer Scott Stapp is going crazy . . . but now you can actually hear it for yourself. TMZ has released clips from 911 calls he made, where he says someone is trying to kill him, and he's "running down the highway." And that ISIS is after his son.
Iggy Azalea announced the dates for her upcoming tour. It kicks off on April 14th in Fresno, California. Her opening acts will be Nick Jonas, Tinashé, and DJ Whizz Kid.
A recent survey found that the "most liked" celebrity of the year is Morgan Freeman. Tom Hanks is second, followed by Sandra Bullock and Betty White.
Bill Cosby’s wife Camille issued a statement calling her husband, quote, "a kind man, a generous man, a funny man, and a wonderful husband, father and friend." She added, quote, "There appears to be no vetting of my husband's accusers before stories are published or aired."
"Transformers: Age of Extinction" tops "Rolling Stone's" list of the year's worst movies.
Mel B missed Saturday night's "X Factor UK" because she had to be hospitalized. When she showed up for Sunday's show with a bruise on her face, fans were worried her husband beat her up. He says he didn't.
In an interview with "GQ", Chris Hemsworth mentioned seeing his brother Liam in, quote, "relationships he shouldn't be in." Was he talking about Miley?
On yesterday's "Ellen", Nicki Minaj said there is an amount of money that would make her feel comfortable taking an early retirement: Half a billion dollars.
"Birdman" leads all Critics' Choice nominees with 13.
ON TV TONIGHT
The season finale of "The Voice" . . . 9:00 P.M. on NBC.
"Charlie Brown Christmas" . . . 8:00 P.M. on ABC.
Hayden Panettiere and fiancée Wladimir Klitschko announced that their baby girl was born last Tuesday. They named her Kaya Evdokia Klitschko. Hayden and Wladimir issued a statement saying, quote, "We are over the moon and madly in love!"
Kourtney Kardashian had a baby boy yesterday . . . which just happened to be her oldest son Mason's birthday. He's the third child for Kourtney and her sleazy boyfriend Scott Disick.
Mama June and Sugar Bear from "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" have been offered an opportunity to make an adult film.
Congrats to the winner of the 2014 Miss World pageant, Miss South Africa, Rolene Strauss!
Taylor Swift had a massive 25th birthday party Friday night, that was attended by Jay Z and Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Selena Gomez, Iggy Azalea, and Sam Smith . . . just to name a few. And earlier in the day, Aretha Franklin sang "Happy Birthday" to her.
On Friday's "Ellen", Ashton Kutcher hinted pretty strongly that Charlie Sheen will return for the "Two and a Half Men" series finale in February. He said, quote, "If you're working on the Warner Brothers lot, if there's sirens, come save me . . . If you smell something, I wasn't smokin' it."
The wait is finally over! Barbara Walters names Amal Clooney the 'Most Fascinating Person of the Year'!
Angelina Jolie made a video to announce she has Chicken Pox, and will have to miss some movie premieres. She said, quote, "I found out last night that I have chickenpox. So, I will be home itching and missing everyone."
Tim Tebow opened a hospital in the Philippines.
"American Idol" will switch to one night a week once it gets down to its Top 10.
Jeremih and two friends were arrested Friday at Newark International Airport in New Jersey. What happened was that Jeremih and his posse were late for a flight, and the jetway door closed before they could all board. Jeremih and another man who made it on pried open the jetway door so the rest could get in. One guy managed to squeeze in before they were caught. That's illegal though, so all three guys were arrested.
Brad Pitt introduced Rihanna’s performance at a charity event the other night in Beverly Hills, and joked about how her life has gone downhill since she hooked up with Jay Z.
ON TV TONIGHT
"Monday Night Football" . . . 8:30 P.M. on ESPN. The Chicago Bears host the New Orleans Saints.
The Voice" . . . 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. on NBC.