(NEW YORK) -- Thirty-two years after being crowned the first African-American Miss America, then becoming the first to resign, Vanessa Williams said the time is right to return to the pageant.
The Miss America Organization announced Tuesday that Williams will join the pageant as head judge for its 95th competition this year.
"It's a new day there," Williams, 52, said in an exclusive interview with Robin Roberts, which partly aired on Good Morning America. "There's a lot of people that do feel that I should return...And they are inviting me back as an example of, 'This is what can happen to you in your life.'
Williams was crowned Miss…
(NEW YORK) -- Pitch Perfect fans, rejoice! You have a chance to win a walk-on role in the third installment of the hit musical comedy film franchise, Anna Kendrick announced Thursday on Good Morning America.
Kendrick, who played Beca Mitchell in the first two films, which follow the exploits of the female a capella singing group the Barden Bellas, explained you can compete to win the role by recording your favoritePitch Perfect soundbite on Dubsmash, an app that lets you lip sync your favorite soundbites. Just go to the PitchSmash gallery on Dubsmash, find your favorite spoken line or song, and submit a 10-second video of…
(LOS ANGELES) -- The movie Everest had its North American premiere last night in Hollywood. It's based on the true story of a doomed 1996 expedition up the world's tallest mountain.
Director Baltasar Kormakur wanted to keep things as realistic as possible, so he shot on real mountains -- something actress Naoko Mori told ABC Radio wasn't always great for the actors. "No toilets, no bathrooms...no heating, no hot water...no cars -- you really have to hike and trek."
"I thought I was fine with...heights, until I went across a [bridge] and my knees buckled," Mori recalled. "And then my hero, Josh Brolin, came over, grabbed my…
(NEW YORK) -- Justin Timberlake dropped by The Tonight Show on Wednesday and dropped some beat with longtime friend, host Jimmy Fallon, for the sixth installment of their "History of Rap."
The two opened the show cold by performing a medley of 25 classic rap songs from the 1990s through the present. Among them, Salt-N-Pepa's "Let's Talk About Sex," MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch This," DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince's "Summertime," NWA's "Straight Outta Compton," Beastie Boys' "Fight for Your Right" and Fetty Wap's "My Way."
Later, Timberlake, 34, sat down for an interview with Fallon and discussed his five-month-old son Silas Randall, whom he shares with wife Jessica Biel, 33.…
(NEW YORK) -- On Wednesday night's installment of NBC’s America’s Got Talent the 11 acts that performed on Tuesday's show learned which five of them will be the moving on to next week’s finals.
Judges Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel, along with host Nick Cannon, were on hand for the live event airing from New York's Radio City Music Hall to learn which acts America had selected to advance for a chance at the $1 million top prize.
Also back this week was the “Dunkin’ Save," which allowed viewers to vote live to save an act in danger of elimination. Viewers were instructed to…
(NEW YORK) -- Supermodel Beverly Johnson said she would have three words to say to Bill Cosby if she were to see the controversial TV star, whom she accused of drugging her in 1986 during a meeting for a possible part on The Cosby Show.
"I forgive you," Johnson said Wednesday on Good Morning America of what she would tell the comedian, who has been accused by more than two dozen women of drugging them or sexually assaulting them. To date, Cosby has not been charged with a crime in connection to the accusations of drugging and sexual assault and his lawyers have dismissed the allegations.
(NEW YORK) -- Stephen Colbert beat out his late night competition when he took over The Late Show Tuesday night.
CBS announced Wednesday that The Late Show averaged 6.6 million viewers when the show returned. If you don't count predecessor David Letterman's final week before he said goodbye in May, those numbers were the biggest audience the show has received since July 1995.
When Colbert took the stage at New York City's Ed Sullivan Theater, he not only gave a tribute to Letterman, but he also sat down with George Clooney. The show concluded with an all-star jam on Sly & the Family Stone's 1968 hit "Everyday People," featuring…
(LONDON) -- Sienna Miller is having one of the best -- and worst -- years of her life.
"It's been really quite overwhelming recently, just with the volume of everything going on," the actress explained to British Vogue. "Everything is shifting. It's actually been the s***tiest year, and amazing. It's always yin and yang. I feel like if you're excelling in one area, it's hard to manage both, and I do feel like the work is going really well."
After starring in two Oscar-nominated films in 2014 -- American Sniper and Foxcatcher -- Miller followed up with a stint in Cabaret on Broadway and is scheduled to begin filming Ben…
(NEW YORK) -- Taylor Swift tops Vanity Fair’s New Establishment list this year. The list, which ranks “the most important visionaries, investors, and cultural leaders” of 2015, is divided into two sections: “The Disrupters” and “The Powers That Be.” Taylor snagged the number-one spot on the “The Powers That Be” section.
According to the mag, Taylor proved her power when she got Apple to change its artist compensation policy by writing them an open letter on Tumblr a few months back.
“Swift isn’t merely the world’s favorite pop star, putting up sales numbers that are nearly unfathomable in the post-Napster age -- she…
(NEW YORK) -- TV has been good to Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Sofia Vergara. The two actresses topped Forbes list of highest-paid television actresses.
Cuoco-Sweeting and Vergara who star in The Big Bang Theory and Modern Family, respectively, earned their millions from their salaries and endorsement deals. The list accounts for pre-tax income banked between June 1, 2014 and June 1, 2015.
"The list measures earnings before subtracting management fees and taxes," reads an explanation on the Forbes website. "Figures are based on data from Nielson, IMDB and other sources, as well as on interviews with agents, managers, lawyers, industry insiders and the stars themselves."
Here's the full Forbes list of…
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