AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young will take a break from the Australian hard rock group he founded because of ill health, the band said in a statement on Wednesday.
Courtney Love has offered up her opinion on the music of New Jersey’s favorite son, Bruce Springsteen.
And we're live! "The Voice" playoffs concluded Tuesday night, with Usher selecting the three contestants who will represent his team in the live competition, launching next week.Bria Kelly, T.J.
It's been over a year since Valerie Harper revealed her battle with terminal brain cancer, and it's been a year since the date doctors told her that her battle would likely end. But right now, the actress is too busy living to focus on dying.
Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg are engaged. The Playboy model got teary-eyed after breaking the news on "The View" Wednesday. And yes, her fiance was there, too. "He was over there drying his tears," Whoopi Goldberg said of Wahlberg, 44."I just got engaged!" McCarthy announced.
Homer Simpson has always been a bit of a blockhead, but on an upcoming episode of "The Simpsons," it's everyone else who'll have bricks for brains when the show turns its characters into Lego bricks.
Former "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" star Christopher Meloni teams up with Dean Norris ("Breaking Bad," "Under the Dome") in their new flick "Small Time." The actors stopped by TODAY Wednesday to talk about the film, but it didn't take long for another topic to take center stage.
A lot of time has passed since Cyndi Lauper released her breakthrough blockbuster album "She's So Unusual" — 30 years, in fact. But time, and tunes such as 1984's "Time After Time," have been kind to the singer, who visited TODAY Wednesday.
If you didn't get enough '90s rock nostalgia from Nirvana's Rock Hall of Fame induction performance last week, here's another hit for you: Veruca Salt is touring again with all of its original members.The band, which found fame with the 1994 hit song "Seether," announced the 15 shows on Tuesday.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones walked their first red carpet together on Tuesday since splitting last year. The pair attended the opening night of the play "The Library" at The Public Theater in New York.
By themselves, actor Will Ferrell and musician Pharrell Williams are good-looking fellas. But what happens if you mash their images together? Gold, that's what.
On a scale of one to 10, how many tissue boxes will "Parenthood" fans need for Thursday night's season finale?
Cyndi Lauper's blockbuster album "She's So Unusual" came out 30 years ago last fall, and an entire generation has grown up since its New Wave melodies rang through the halls of every high school in America.
Even Simon Cowell sometimes has to admit he was wrong. The caustic judge on "Britain's Got Talent" hit the rejection buzzer right away on Saturday's show, and then hastily had to backtrack when the 79-year-old grandmother wowed the crowd with her dancing.
Comedian Tracy Morgan is no stranger to controversies, especially when they arise from his stand-up shows. And now he is offering advice to his fellow "30 Rock" alum Alec Baldwin, who's had a few run-ins with the paparazzi since the sitcom ended.
Life after chemotherapy is moving along seemingly well for "The Little Couple" star Jen Arnold, who was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer last year. In an exclusive clip from Tuesday's new episode that TLC is sharing with TODAY.
Don Draper isn't exactly an open book when it comes to his feelings on "Mad Men," but Jon Hamm, the actor behind the mysterious ad man, is only too happy to share his knowledge of emotions on "Sesame Street.
It was an emotional night for "Dancing With the Stars" pro Tony Dovolani and his star partner NeNe Leakes Monday. They knew they were one of the couples in jeopardy before they even hit the dance floor, but the stress started long before that for the duo.
Pharrell Williams' hit "Happy" has thrilled millions since it was released in 2013. But when the singer/producer discovered during an interview on "Oprah Prime" how the song had inspired fans, it brought him to tears.
Over the course of a 50-year career in film and television, Morgan Freeman has had a chance to share the screen with plenty of A-list talent. But it wasn't until he accepted a part in "Transcendence" that he was able to check off one of his big co-star goals.
Ben Affleck is known for playing good-guy characters (heck, he's signed up as Batman for 2016), but in the first trailer for the David Fincher directed "Gone Girl," he's no hero.Instead, he's playing Nick Dunne, a husband whose wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), is — as the title indicates — abruptly gone.