Celine Dion was an adorable child. The “My Heart Will Go On” hitmaker celebrated her 52nd birthday on Monday, March 30 in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, and her team is treating fans with a throwback photo from her childhood.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have responded to President Donald Trump’s tweet about security costs following their relocation to the U.S. from Canada
The Eagles have rescheduled their Hotel California tour dates, which will resume in September. After having to reschedule dates due to the coronavirus outbreak, The Eagles will hit the road again on Sept. 18 for two nights at the Pepsi Center in Denver.
Facebook is the latest platform to reduce its video quality in Europe, to reduce demand on internet service providers.
Netflix has won a defamation case for the show When They See Us, which tells the story of the Central Park Five.
Will Smith has been rocking a new look lately. The “Aladdin” star recently gained people’s attention after growing his beard, which seemingly earned him clownery from his online followers.
Dolly Parton led stars honoring the late Kenny Rogers, after the country music legend died of natural causes on Friday (March 20) night.
Kurtis Blow is counting his blessings and singing praises to his wife, who urged him not to put the breaks on going to the hospital.
Facebook has said that a software issue was responsible for posts on topics including coronavirus being wrongly marked as spam.
Oprah Winfrey has been trending on Twitter, but not for a good reason. Social media users have been spreading unconfirmed reports that the media mogul has been arrested on federal charges of sex trafficking.