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Oprah Winfrey ignited a media firestorm when she said she had been a victim of racism while shopping in Switzerland.
The pop singer apologized after a video surfaced showing him urinating into a janitorial bucket saying, 'F**k Bill Clinton.'
Celebrations erupted in the Palestinian territories upon the news that Gaza wedding singer Mohammed Assaf had won.
The celebrity chef's popular cooking show was dropped days after admitting she used the N-word.
In an open letter to Alicia Keys, writer Alice Walker asks the singer to boycott her show on account of Israel’s 'apartheid' against the Palestinians.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi said he decided to give a free concert in Madrid next month because he was afraid fans couldn't afford it.
Baz Luhrmann's film adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald's opened the prestigious festival the same day it made its European debut.
Kutcher, a follower of Kabbalah, is looking for investment opportunities with Israeli technology startups.
The veteran ABC correspondent will remain executive producer of 'The View.'
The Grammy winner could be forced to leave her New Jersey mansion after she stopped paying rent last month.
The violent Quentin Tarantino film about slavery was pulled from Chinese theaters for a "technical problem."
The rapper posted 'Open Letter' to his Life + Times blog this morning.
Cast member Shain Gandee, along with two others, died last week from carbon monoxide poisoning.
'Gentleman' comes out April 12 in 119 countries, marking his comeback after his breakout hit 'Gangnam Style.'
Funicello died from complications related to her 25 year battle with multiple sclerosis.
Gandee's body was discovered alongside the body of his uncle and a third unidentified person in the reality star's car in West Virginia on Monday.
The actress was sued a few weeks before her film about the Bosnian civil war debuted in 2011.
A number of clubs canceled the singer's shows after she made anti-gay comments earlier this month.
The 83-year-old, who has had several recent health scares, will officially leave the air next May, according to multiple reports.
China became the world's second-largest movie market in 2012 with a record $2.7 billion in sales.