For the first time, the veil of privacy surrounding First Lady Melania Trump is being swept away by someone from her inner circle.
The Kaskawi singer, Agnes Agie, whose tune, Faluma, was made popular by Barbadian singer, Allison Hinds, was buried on Tuesday following her death on August 12.
Mary J. Blige is getting tired of people calling her “auntie,” especially when the ones who do this are actually older than her. The singer and actress lamented over this fact when she was promoting the upcoming “Power” spinoff, “Power Book II: Ghost”.
Add “The West Wing” to the list of TV reunions in the age of coronavirus, but this time, they’re coming together for a specific cause: To benefit Michelle Obama’s voter-participation organization When We All Vote by staging an episode for the streaming service HBO Max.
Elton John’s former wife allegedly tried to commit suicide just three days into their honeymoon after the rocker informed her the marriage “was not working.”
Garcelle Beauvais is The Real’s newest co-host, PEOPLE has confirmed.
Seal is convinced his ex Heidi Klum has a “hidden agenda” as he continues to fight her bid to travel to Germany with their children.
Lawyers representing the late Michael Jackson’s estate reportedly sued toy firm Funko to prevent them selling their Pop! dolls featuring the singer’s likeness.
Jason Alexander, who was momentarily married to Britney Spears in 2004, would “love to be back in her life.”
She recently threw an extravagant bash at GoldenEye in Jamaica in celebration of her 62nd birthday.