YouTube Stars Find Acceptance Online, In Person At VidConIngrid Nilsen has been brought to tears. The 26-year-old YouTube star openly wept as she was showered with cheers and applause from an enthusiastic crowd at this weekend's VidCon.
Step Into A Star's Shoes - Literally - At Shop Carrying Studios' CastoffsThere are a thousand stories hanging from the racks at It's A Wrap! in Studio City, Hollywood and Burbank.
Is LA All-In For Hillary Clinton? Hollywood Stars, Pundits Weigh InOn Twitter, some celebrities declared their support.
Stars Take To Twitter After Learning Of Plane Crash Involving Harrison FordCelebrities expressed concern via Twitter after learning that a single-engine plane piloted by actor Harrison Ford crash-landed in the Venice area of Los Angeles.
Celebrities Turn To Social Media To React To Leonard Nimoy's DeathActor Leonard Nimoy, best known for playing Mr. Spock on “Star Trek”, died Friday at the age of 83.
Kings' Late Rally Not Enough To Beat StarsJamie Benn got the Dallas Stars started early, and Kari Lehtonen shut down the Los Angeles Kings late.
Inspiration For Martin Short's Jiminy Glick, TV Host Skip E. Lowe, Dies At 85His earnest if sometimes unprepared interview style, and his ability to get faded stars on camera, eventually gave him a devoted following.
Chris O'Donnell, Melissa McCarthy Among Several CBS Actors To Receive 'Walk Of Fame' StarsSeveral actors from hit CBS shows are slated to receive stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year.
Celebrities Mourn Casey Kasem, Radio Legend Who Reached For The StarsCelebrities are paying tribute to Casey Kasem, an internationally famous radio broadcaster with a cheerful manner and gentle voice. He died Sunday at 82 years old.
Family, Celebs React To Sudden Death Of Philip Seymour HoffmanThe family of Philip Seymour Hoffman Sunday expressed their shock and grief over the untimely passing of the award-winning actor.
Stars Pluck The Ducks, 2-0Jonas Hiller stopped 25 shots for the NHL-leading Ducks, who were shut out for the first time all season.
Famed Casting Director Marvin Paige Succumbs To Injuries From Car Crash A famous casting director who worked on films ranging from "Breakfast at Tiffany's" to "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," as well as the landmark soap opera "General Hospital," has died.