During an interview with GQ Tuesday, the rapper and partner to Kylie Jenner opened up about the "curse," which was described on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" as when a partner of the Kardashian clan burns out.
Actor Denzel Washington, who stars in thriller "Equalizer 2" as a former Black Ops soldier turned vigilante, says he doesn't seek revenge in real life. (July 17)
Former President Obama, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan joined in celebrating the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela's birth. Veuer's Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.
The cast of "Mamma Mia!" return with sequel "Here We Go Again." At the film's world premiere, stars including Pierce Brosnan, Amanda Seyfried, Christine Baranski and new addition Cher explain why they took a chance on a follow-up. (July 17)
Katy Perry told Vogue Australia that her mother's prayers had been answered and that she is back to church. Keri Lumm reports on the visit with the Pope that changed it all.
Johnny Depp settles lawsuits involving former managers; Farrah Abraham charged over scuffle with hotel security; Cardi B leads MTV VMA nods with 10; Beyonce, Jay-Z nab 8. (July 17)
Speaking at the London premiere of "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again," singer and actress Cher said she was "proud" of anti-Trump protestors who marched during the U.S. president's recent trip to the U.K. (July 17)
The Duchess wore a calf-length sleeveless trench dress from the Canadian brand House of Nonie, accessorizing with nude Dior pumps and a matching Mulberry clutch bag.
Hannah Gadsby, Ali Wong and Michelle Wolf are skewering existing norms in the world of stand-up comedy, and they're setting the genre up for a bright future.
While in Malawi for the one year anniversary of the Mercy James Pediaric Hospital, the children's hospital she helped build with her Raising Malawi charity, the singer has been taking to Instagram to share photos from the trip.
Hudson's Bay stores in Canada are ditching Ivanka Trump's brand. The retailer confirmed that it "is phasing out this brand through the fall based on its performance." The brand will be phased out by the fall.
Seth Meyers, late night hosts rip Trump: It's 'weeks before he 'Single White Females' Putin
President Trump's press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland Monday gave late night hosts like Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah plenty of monologue material.
LA dermatologist, Dr. Sandra Lee, has parlayed viral videos of her popping pimples into a TV series called 'Dr. Pimple Popper' airing Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EST/PST. (July 16)
Country superstar Kenny Chesney convinced hit songwriter David Lee Murphy, behind hits like “Dust On the Bottle,” to record a new album after more than decade. “No Zip Code,” which Chesney co-produced, features a hit duet between the two singers. (July 16)
The use of digital technology in designing and selling means hot trends are still getting to people far faster than under the old system.
"America's Got Talent" closed out its six-week auditions round with more crazy, compelling acts. Here are some of the best and one of the worst.
Comic-actor Jack Black got serious life lessons making fact-based film about alcoholic's rocky road to recovery. (July 16)
Britney Spears is launching a gender-neutral fragrance — see the 'Prerogative' trailer now
On Monday, the singer shared the racy trailer for her new fragrance Prerogative. And rather than it being labeled a "perfume for women" or a "cologne for me," Spears declared it a "fragrance for all," suggesting that the scent is unisex.
Pierce Brosnan was criticized for singing ABBA in 2008's "Mamma Mia!" But the James Bond star went back for more in "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again." And (surprise!) he pulls it off.