This weekend, Amy Adams will instill blazing jealousy in tweens and adults (me) everywhere as she shares the Saturday Night Live stage with One Direction. What the episode promos here!
On last night's The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake hopped in a time machine to travel back to the fictional "Camp Winnipesaukee" in 1997.
Last night, Emily Blunt appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to a) promote 'Into the Woods' and b) discuss their annual holiday prank war that's been going on for years.
Yesterday, champion of breezy self-confidence Diane von Furstenberg popped by Late Night With Seth Meyers to discuss her iconic wrap dress—of which she wasn't always so proud.
As the purveyor of the addictive pot-centric web series High Maintenance, Katja Blichfeld has us hooked on the good stuff.
On yesterday's Late Night With Seth Meyers, Cameron Diaz reveals that she was so terrified about singing in the upcoming movie musical remake of Annie that she "literally cried."
On last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Kathy Griffin opened up for the first time about replacing her longtime friend, the late Joan Rivers, on E!'s Fashion Police.
Victoria's Secret omitted Ariana Grande getting hit in the face with Elsa Hosk's furry wing from its Fashion Show broadcast—but you can still watch it happen here!
If we were going to celebrate Hannukah with the characters from Amazon's hit show Transparent this holiday season, this is what we would buy them.
Girls returns for season four in January—check out the trailer now!
Nicki Minaj brought her A-game as Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian for a slew of ridiculous sketches in this weekend's Saturday Night Live.
In a new interview for Oprah: Where Are They Now?, former reality star Kristin Cavallari opened up about her years as a teenager on MTV's massively popular Laguna Beach.
Jennifer Aniston appeared on Conan last night to discuss the sex toy necklace owned by Aniston's character in Horrible Bosses 2.
Whether as a teeny-tiny talking shell or a pregnant, potty-mouthed comic, Jenny Slate is one of the funniest humans in Hollywood today.
On The Tonight Show yesterday, Reese Witherspoon and Jimmy Fallon played a brand-new, Christmas-appropriate game called "Random Phrase Carols."