Gigi Hadid's year just got a helluva lot better .... she's officially a MOM!!!
Gigi gave birth to her and Zayn Malik's first child together ... a baby girl.
Zayn is over the moon. He shared an adorable snap of his hand around his little one's, and said, "The love i feel for this tiny human is beyond my understanding." He also assured everyone that their little bundle is 'Healthy & beautiful."Read More >>
TikTok stars could be the next cash cow for fast-food chains ... Charli D'Amelia is doing for Dunkin' Donuts what Travis Scott is doing for McDonald's.
Charli, TikTok’s most-followed star, has a new partnership with Dunkin' and we've learned it's already doing wonders for the company's bottom line ... much like the Travis Scott meal at Mickey D's.Read More >>
During her talk show’s season premiere on Monday, Ellen DeGeneres directly addresses the allegations of a toxic work environment that plagued her show over the summer.
In a clip of the episode posted on social media, DeGeneres, 62, wastes no time getting to the scandal during her monologue, admitting that she’s a “work in progress” but promising viewers that she is really is “that person that you see on TV.”Read More >>
2020 has been challenging for a lot of people, or as Kelly Clarkson summed it up in her show's Season 2 premiere, "2020 has been a dumpster fire. Yup, all the words I can’t say on this show just piled together and on fire. That’s really what it feels like."
As she'd indicated prior to the relaunch of her eponymous talk show, Kelly did not dive too deeply into her recent decision to divorce, but she did reveal that she "definitely didn't see anything coming that came."Read More >>
The 72nd Emmy Awards aired Sunday night and recognized the best in primetime TV, focusing on programs released between June 1, 2019, and May 31, 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way the award show was presented this year. It was mostly virtual and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel at the Staples Center in Los Angeles while nominees joined the show remotely from their homes.Read More >>
The Ohio Department of Health released guidance Friday to help Ohioans safely celebrate Halloween amid the coronavirus pandemic.
While Governor Mike DeWine and other state officials say decisions on whether to participate in Halloween festivities should be made by local communities, individuals, and parents/guardians, Ohio has provided the following recommendations for Halloween festivities:Read More >>
The U.S. will begin blocking the distribution of the Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat on Sunday, the Department of Commerce said Friday.
Commerce said in a news release that U.S. mobile platforms will be prohibited from distributing the apps, meaning new downloads will be blocked.Read More >>