Cher also will receive the ICON Award at the May 21 event in Las Vegas.
Three photographers have appeared in a French court over topless photographs of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Erin Moran died Saturday in the rural community of New Salisbury, about 20 miles northwest of Louisville, Kentucky.
Elton John says in a statement that he became “violently ill” on a flight to the United Kingdom from Chile
The show is being produced by JAC Live — the first time the company has partnered with the Canfield Fair.
Local Amazing Race contestant Jessica Shields will not be back on the Amazing Race after last Thursday’s episode.
Police say the couple decided to kill their disabled adoptive son and cover up the crime with a house fire.
The couple also has another son, Elias, who turned 1 earlier this year.
Joan Baez, Electric Light Orchestra and Yes were also part of the 2017 class.
Simmons’ shying away from the spotlight is the subject of the hit podcast “Missing Richard Simmons”.
MTV’s May ceremony will also include a nod to social activism by renaming its Best Fight category to Best Fight the System.
The tributes flowed after kidney failure claimed his life Thursday, a month shy of his May 8 birthday.
For more than half a century, “Mr. Warmth” headlined casinos and nightclubs and appeared often on late-night TV shows.
Jon Bon Jovi told the audience he has had a cold since Saturday night.
The band says in a statement that O’Neill died from a “chronic illness.”
Manilow married his longtime manager, Gary Kief, in a 2014 ceremony but kept the wedding a secret.
The ceremony will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Crayola announced Friday that it’s replacing the color dandelion in its 24-pack with a crayon in “the blue family.”
Two major motion pictures are filming in Northeast Ohio at the same time.
The finalists span decades from the 1981 arcade classic “Donkey Kong” to the 2006 living room hit “Wii Sports.”
The creator of the series said the next season would be focused on the presidential election, with the possibility of a Trump character.
Ann Wilson of the 70s power duo ‘Heart’ will play Packard Music Hall this summer.