(LOS ANGELES) -- Michael Bay is defending himself against hurtful comments he reportedly made about Kate Beckinsale's looks while they were shooting the 2001 film Pearl Harbor, writing the controversy off as the work of a "tabloid-esque reporter."
On Friday's edition of The Graham Norton Show, the British actress noted, “I don’t think I fit the type of actress Michael Bay had met before," explaining, "I think he was baffled by me because my boobs weren’t bigger than my head and I wasn’t blonde.”
“I’d just had my daughter and had lost weight, but was told that if I got…
(NEW YORK) -- This likely won't come as a surprise to anyone who's been paying attention: based on demand on ticket marketplace StubHub, Adele has this summer's hottest tour.
The British pop superstar takes over the top spot from American pop superstar Taylor Swift, who topped StubHub's hottest tours list in 2015.
Other top tickets, according to StubHub, include pop rockers Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Beyonce, alt-pop band Twenty One Pilots, reunited '80s rockers Guns 'n Roses, and rock legends Paul McCartney and Billy Joel. The list is based on sales for concert events from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
(MINNEAPOLIS) -- Prince died from an overdose of the painkiller fentanyl, according to Minnesota's Midwest Medical Examiner's Office, which released the finding Thursday afternoon.
The report gives Prince's official cause of death as accidental, caused by "fentanyl toxicity." Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic painkiller that's "similar to but more potent than morphine," according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and is often prescribed to treat severe and/or chronic pain.
"The decedent self-administered fentanyl," the report states.
The music legend died April 21 at age 57 at his Paisley Park estate in Chanhassen, MN, outside of Minneapolis. An autopsy was…
(MINNEAPOLIS) -- Prince died from an opioid overdose, according to Minneapolis, MN ABC affiliate KSTP TV.
The station reports "multiple sources" close to the investigation say Prince died from an overdose of fentanyl and Percocet. The autopsy is expected to be released Friday.
The music legend died April 21 at age 57 at his Paisley Park estate in Chanhassen, MN, outside of Minneapolis. An autopsy was completed a day later.
Days after his death, Prince's longtime attorney, L. Londell McMillan, disputed suggestions that the singer was addicted to drugs.
"People use medication. The question is, are you on meds in…
(LOS ANGELES) -- After criticizing Keira Knightley's acting skills, her Begin Again director John Carney has publicly apologized for dissing the actress.
"From a director who feels like a complete idiot," Carney tweeted on Wednesday, along with a screenshot of the lengthy apology.
“I said a number of things about Keira which were petty, mean and hurtful," he writes. "I’m ashamed of myself that I could say such things and I’ve been trying to account for what they say about me."
From a director who feels like a complete idiot. pic.twitter.com/vfO8m4U2Hl— John Carney (@jayceefactory) June 1, 2016
The Irish director…
(CHICAGO) -- Saved by the Bell fans are so excited -- they're so excited -- for the opening of a new pop-up diner in Chicago.
Saved by the Max opened Wednesday in the Windy City, and is modeled after The Max hangout where Zack, Slater, Kelly, Jessie, Lisa and Screech spent much of their time away from Bayside High.
The menu offers items inspired by the beloved 1989-1992 NBC sitcom, like the Bayside Burger, A.C. Sliders, and Mac & Screech.
Ed Alonzo, who played a magician and owner of The Max during the show's first season, was slated to perform…
(NEW YORK) -- Kristen Bell has battled depression for more than 15 years.
The Frozen actress opened up about her struggles with the mood disorder in a candid new essay for Motto, hoping to lessen the stigma around mental illness.
"I didn't speak publicly about my struggles with mental health for the first 15 years of my career," the star of Bad Moms wrote. "But now I'm at a point where I don't believe anything should be taboo. So here I am, talking to you about what I've experienced."
While a student at New York University, she said, "I felt…
(LOS ANGELES) -- A new season of Homeland will keep you warm in the winter next year.
Showtime announced Wednesday that its hit drama, starring Claire Danes, will return next January for season six. It's a scheduling change for the show, which had been airing in the fall.
The sixth season of Homeland will be set in the U.S. and will begin production in New York starting in August. Danes' Carrie Mathison will be living in Brooklyn, in the wake of a presidential election, and working at a foundation that aims to assist Muslims living in the United States.
(NEW YORK) -- When you think '80s movies -- and '80s movie soundtracks -- Top Gun definitely comes to mind. The Tom Cruise action romance just celebrated its 30th anniversary a couple weeks ago, but Kenny Loggins' "Danger Zone" and Berlin's "Take My Breath Away" are still radio staples today.
Loggins, who had not one but two songs on the Top Gun soundtrack, recalls that it was a something of a dogfight to even get to be part of the project.
"That was a cattle call back then," the singer-songwriter tells ABC Radio. "All the top acts of that era…
(NEW YORK) -- The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Cynthia Bailey and her husband of nearly six years, Peter Thomas, are no longer together.
Bailey made the announcement Tuesday, telling Bravo's Daily Dish, "Peter and I are separated. He lives in Charlotte, and I live in Atlanta."
Bailey, 48, says she and Thomas are currently trying to figure out what's next for their relationship. "I am definitely taking some time to myself to figure out how I want to move forward," she explains. "I don't want to rush into anything, so I think this time apart is good for us."
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