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"They must pay!" the president tweeted Sunday following unconfirmed reports that the couple had moved to Los Angeles.
"He was a wonderful, kind, gentle, wonderful actor with a great sense of humor," she said of Mark Blum.
"I’m not an animal person. I barely like dogs," Deion Broxton told HuffPost.
Here's what she's been watching ("Tiger King," "I Love Lucy") and doing (conferencing with her co-stars) during the pandemic.
"We want to remind the public and all my fans to be vigilant, cautious and careful during this pandemic,” the singer said in a statement.
“This was a very difficult decision but important to keep everyone safe,” said Bindi Irwin, wildlife conservationist and daughter of the late Steve Irwin.
The video, from the 2019 album "Runaways," is about those who escape themselves "through drugs, alcohol, boys [and] sex,” he said.
Winslet says in her PSA: “Wash your hands like your life depends on it. Because right now, in particular, it just might.”
The new tune, "Murder Most Foul," also references the Beatles, Stevie Nicks, Nat King Cole, Queen and so many more artists.
The country singer-songwriter's new 'do is drawing comparisons to Joe Exotic, the subject of Netflix's "Tiger King."
The infectious diseases expert dispelled a key myth about the COVID-19 infections.
The video was shared on Prince William and Kate Middleton's Instagram page.
The actress said on Instagram that she was sorry for remarks she made about the coronavirus that were "dismissive, arrogant and cryptic."
The country artist follows up her 2019 hit "More Hearts Than Mine" with an album reflecting the stages of heartbreak — and the confines of gender norms.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved back to Meghan's hometown, according to People.
Neal played for the Globetrotters from 1963-85, appearing in more than 6,000 games in 97 countries.
The leader of Monaco and Prince of Wales attended the same event on March 10.
The pop superstar jokingly compared herself with Alyssa Milano and Charlize Theron after revealing a fresh, if amateur-looking, buzz cut.
The former "Empire" star sang a Stevie Wonder hit while alluding to the date he claimed to have been attacked in a racist and anti-LGBTQ hate crime.