Celebrities are playing the waiting game in a new online campaign calling for a unified response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
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Hollywood stars and musicians joined forces Friday in the televised broadcast of the “Stand Up To Cancer” telethon for the fourth time. The event at the Dolby Theatre was broadcast on CBS, ABC, NBC and Fox, along with 26 cable channels and streamed live on Hulu and Yahoo.
Whether a celebrity be an actor or actress, a musician, a politician, or an athlete themselves, they are no exception to the rule that at the ballpark, stadium or arena, they, too, are fans.
Hollywood and Broadway’s brightest stars will take center stage at “The 68th Annual Tony Awards.”
In this week’s That Thing You Missed comedian Will Ferrell explains how he’d update The Masters, a college coach reveals interesting new uni’s, a Braves’ opening day fail and watch a what happens when a wannabe mascot loses his cool.
Comedian Will Ferrell is fighting on in the battle against cancer at his alma mater, the University of Southern California.
One of Hollywood’s leading comedy stars is hoping to turn laughter into votes in the race for the next mayor of Los Angeles.
Comedians Will Ferrell and Zach Galifinakis have hit the campaign trail – not for a Congressional seat, but for their new movie, “The Campaign.”
The Oscar ceremony has much to prove Sunday, including whether a blockbuster-free field can draw a TV audience and if Billy Crystal’s host routine remains a crowd-pleaser.
A startling array of talent is scheduled to present at this year’s Oscars. Find out who will appear…
President Obama will wrap up his two-day fundraising trip to Southern California Thursday with a private breakfast in Orange County.
President Obama returned to southern California Wednesday to fill his campaign war chest and rub elbows with some of Hollywood’s most powerful people in two major fundraisers.
This is one Forbes list celebrities don’t want to be on.
Will Ferrell has returned to his President George W. Bush impression, this time to respond to the death of Osama bin Laden.