Next year, Tom Bergeron will get to watch people fall accidentally into swimming pools, get mistaken for pinatas and watch their pets do something wild and funny ... offstage.
The 58-year-old confirmed in a statement to OTRC.com on Tuesday, March 11, that he is leaving the ABC show "America's Funniest Home Videos," aka "AFV," in 2015, after hosting the series for 15 seasons. The news comes weeks after Brooke Burke-Charvet, his co-host on "Dancing With The Stars," another one of the network's hit shows, was replaced by Erin Andrews.
Zach Galifianakis landed the interview of his life for his online mock talk show, "Between Two Ferns" -- President Barack Obama.
The U.S. leader appeared on the program to promote the new health insurance law, the Affordable Care Act, also dubbed "Obamacare." The six-and-a-half-minute video was posted on the website of Funny or Die. "Between Two Ferns" showcases the "Hangover" actor and comedian's notorious dry sense of humor and sees him baiting guests with seemingly candid questions and quips.
Selena Gomez is showing off a healthy and fit body in a new ad campaign.
The 21-year-old singer/actress was spotted on set of her new Adidas NEO campaign shoot in New York City on March 11, showing off her toned abs and stylish street-casual looks.
Gomez has been a spokesmodel for the youth apparel line since 2013. In addition to starring in print and commercial ads for the brand, Gomez has contributed designs for the line's various sneakers, clothing and accessories.
Taylor Swift continues to reign supreme in the music industry, as she's been named Billboard's highest-earning artist.
In its annual Money Makers list, Billboard has selected Swift as its highest earning musical act, following the singer's banner year in 2013. The "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer placed at No. 15 on the list a year prior, which took into account the musician's 2012 earnings. Madonna was No. 1 previously, however she did not make the list in 2014.
Justin Bieber recently took part in a deposition stemming from a civil assault case filed against him by a former bodyguard, and his behavior in video released from the hearing is often extremely aggressive.
The 20-year-old pop singer was deposed on March 6 in Miami in the civil case that alleges he instructed a former bodyguard to physically assault and steal from a paparazzi photographer. The case is unrelated to Bieber's Miami Beach DUI arrest, for which video and photos were also recently released of him in jail.
Not only is Keith Richards one of 2014's highest-earning music artists as a member of The Rolling Stones, he's also set to be a children's book author.
The rocker, 70, released a statement on his official Facebook page on March 11 that he will release a children's book, titled "Gus & Me: The Story of My Granddad and My First Guitar," to print and digital retailers on Sept. 9. Keith's daughter, Theodora, provides illustrations for the book.
Andi Dorfman, who competed on season 18 of ABC's "The Bachelor" and famously slammed Juan Pablo Galavis to his face regarding his behavior, is the new star of sister series 'The Bachelorette!"
The news was revealed on Monday, March 10, 2014 on the special "The Bachelor: After The Final Rose," which aired after the former show's finale (find out who Galavis picked as the winner - read a recap of the episode).
Elisabeth Moss says her marriage to ex-husband Fred Armisen of "SNL" fame was "extremely traumatic and awful and horrible," in comments made more than three years after their split.
The 31-year-old actress made her remarks in an interview with New York Magazine's Vulture website (warning: Contains explicit images) that was posted online on March 9, just shy of a month before the April 13 premiere of season 7 of AMC's "Mad Men," in which she plays Peggy Olsen.
Steve Irwin, the beloved "Crocodile Hunter" who lost his life in a tragic stingray accident, is being remembered by his former cameraman and friend, Justin Lyons, in a new interview that details Irwin's final moments.
Lyons worked as Irwin's "right-hand man" for more than 15 years of his career prior to his death in 2006, when he was stabbed in the chest by a stingray. Lyons details the moments prior to the incident and what brought the two to filming location in the first place. A clip of the interview can be viewed below.
It's interesting; the skipping around, quicker editing and action-heavy nature of tonight's episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," titled "Alone," actually makes it a bit quicker and easier to recap.
That might seem a bit contradictory, when the last couple of weeks have drawn "nothing happened" critiques from viewers at home, but when there is a lot of dialogue and character development, you have to really think about and analyze it to get at what's special about each moment. Check out 15 highlights from the episode "Alone," which aired on Sunday, March 9. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
Christian Bale is going to be a dad, again!
The actor and wife Sibi are expecting their second child, according to People magazine. Bale nor his spokespeople have commented directly on the baby news.