Tracy Morgan is heading to Nashville to apologize for an anti-gay rant many have criticized him for.
Yakety Yak, their single from 1958, spent seven weeks as the No. 1 rhythm and blues song. 'He loved his singing,' Veta Gardner said of her husband of 24 years. 'That was his whole life.'
Tony Awards: On a night when the hilariously profane 'The Book of Mormon' reigned supreme, the famously troubled 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' got attention both positive and negative at Sunday's Tonys.
Conan O'Brien recieved an honorary doctorate of arts at Dartmouth. He praised the 1,700 graduates for earning their degrees, then boasted that "Dartmouth is giving me the same degree for interviewing the fourth lead in 'Twilight.'"
Ann Curry, who has been the top-rated morning show's news anchor since 1997, officially ascends to the top spot alongside Lauer on Thursday, the day after Meredith Vieira signs off.
Dr. Dre settled a lawsuit over his acclaimed 'The Chronic' album just a day before it went to trial.
Morgan Freeman will host 'Through The Wormhole', starting Wednesday, where he will explore life after death, aliens, immortality, and other big questions about life and our universe.
Fake Tupac story: the PBS NewsHour website took down a fake Tupac story that they say was posted by hackers.
By one count, Americans will be served a record 27 movie sequels this year: Pirates of the Caribbean, Spy Kids, Cars 2, The Hangover Part II, Happy Feet 2, Kung Fu Panda 2, etc., etc. Have Hollywood moguls gone overboard on sequels?
Holocaust records going online: The Holocaust Museum is partnering with Ancestry.com to put their extensive records online for the first time.
Emma Watson will be transferring from Brown to another university in the fall, but amid reports of bullying, Watson says she loved Brown but is pursuing a course not offered there.
Robert De Niro agreed to an interview with Brian Williams despite being famously sphinx-like in interviews. Robert De Niro is at the Tribeca Film Festival, which runs through May 1.
Rebecca Black: 13 year old Youtube sensation, Rebecca Black, has reportedly recieved multiple death threats for her 'Friday' video.
Soundgarden announced a summer tour that will bring the 90's grunge band back together to tour North America for the first time in 15 years.
Jamie Oliver had smashing successes in England and Huntington, W. Va., where he has hosted his 'Food Revolution' show in past seasons. This season he's in LA, and the city has yet to embrace him. Will a dejected Jamie Oliver give up on the City of Angels?
Carrie Underwood in Soul Surfer: Former American Idol champion, Carrie Underwood, makes her debut in the new movie Soul Surfer, based on the true story of a surfer who lost her arm in a shark attack.
Charlie Sheen tour: Former Two and a Half Men star, Charlie Sheen, started his variety show tour Saturday, but before the end of the show his audience had walked out. How much longer will the Charlie Sheen tour go on?
Academy of Country Music Awards: Miranda Lambert has been nominated entertainer of the year, but feels conflicted about the Academy of Country Music Awards nomination.
Knut, the polar bear, died in front of hundreds at the Berlin Zoo two weeks ago, but the cause of his death was unknown. Experts now say he drowned after falling into a pool.
Fat stigma goes global: The Western desire for slimness has been spreading to cultures that previously celebrated larger bodies causing a fat stigma that never existed before.