Miley Cyrus is reportedly on the mend!
According to an E! News report, the singer has been released from the hospital after enduring a "severe allergic reaction to antibiotics" on April 15.Her spokesperson had no immediate comment about the status of her health.
Avril Lavigne is laughing out loud at accusations that her new music video, "Hello Kitty," is racist against.
The clip was released on Wednesday on her website and on YouTube and shows the 29-year-old pop rock singer sporting a cupcake skirt in a candy store and sushi restaurant, performing with dancers sporting neutral expressions and yelling random Japanese phrases. "Hello Kitty" was later removed from the video website but later returned (watch it below).
Congratulations to Lake Bell and Scott Campbell!
The actress, 35, and her artist husband, 36, are expecting their first child together. Bell debuted her growing baby bump at a Vanity Fair party in New York City celebrating the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. Check out PHOTOS from the event here.
There ain't no party like a birthday party -- unless, of course, Katy Perry is throwing it!
The singer released a hilarious, eight-minute long music video for her new single "Birthday" on April 24, in which she disguises herself as five different characters at various birthday parties to mixed reactions. The music video can be watched here. (Warning: video contains expletives).
Benedict Cumberbatch, who starred in four Oscar-nominated movies this year, is set to return to the stage and play the title role of the Danish prince Hamlet in a revival of William Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" in London.
The new production is scheduled to open at the Barbican Theatre in London and run for 12 weeks, from August 2015 to October 2015. Lyndsey Turner is the director. Tickets are not yet on sale and more information will be announced on the venue's website, which crashed on and off after the news was announced on Wednesday, March 26.
Kids, Meg Ryan may have a very, very long story to tell.
The actress, 52, has reportedly been cast as the narrator in the CBS pilot "How I Met Your Dad," the proposed spinoff of the series "How I Met Your Mother," according to Deadline and Entertainment Weekly. CBS had no immediate comment about the reports.
A British invasion in Los Angeles! Stars like Nigel Lythgoe, Jenna Elfman, Cat Deeley, Jason Isaacs, Seal and more came out to celebrate all things British this week for the launch of Brit Week Los Angeles.
"We've been so well accepted into the culture of Los Angeles, we love being a part of it," Lythgoe told OTRC. "We just want to thank America for letting us enjoy ourselves here."
"The Hobbit" director Peter Jackson has announced that the title of the upcoming third movie in the series has been changed from "There and Back Again" to "The Battle of the Five Armies," following recent rumors about a possible name switch.
He announced the news on his Facebook page on Thursday, April 24. Spoiler alert! The new title references an epic battle between goblins -- some riding on beast-like wargs, against dwarves, elves, eagles and men, as well as a skin-changer, or shape-shifter, named Beorn.
Olivia Wilde and fiance Jason Sudeikis have welcomed their first child!
The 30-year-old "House" alum and "Tron: Legacy" actress shared a photo of the couple's newborn baby boy on her Twitter page on Wednesday, April 23 (see above).
Jodie Foster recently wed partner Alexandra Hedison, more than a year after the Oscar-winning actress give what many believed to be a coming out speech at the 2013 Golden Globes.
The 51-year-old and Hedison, a 44-year-old photographer and actress who played Dylan Moreland on "The L Word," tied the knot over the weekend, Foster's spokesperson confirmed to OTRC.com on Wednesday, April 23.
Eric Hill, a contestant on the 10th season of ABC's "The Bachelorette" with Andi Dorfman, has died after being involved in a paragliding accident.
Hill's sister, Karen Tracy, confirmed the news on her Facebook page that her brother had passed away after falling into a coma due to the accident on Sunday. ABC has not commented about Hill's passing. ABC News reported that Hill did not appear to be filming "The Bachelorette" at the time of the accident. OTRC.com has learned that most of a "Bachelor" or spinoff's season is filmed months before the air date of its premiere.
Lupita Nyong'o's post-Oscar star continues to radiate -- she has now been crowned People magazine's "Most Beautiful" woman of 2014.
The magazine made its reveal of the annual issue on April 23, with Nyong'o gorgeously gracing the cover in natural makeup, a glimpse of a pink dress and a stunning jewel-toned necklace. The Oscar-winning actress also shared the news of the honor on her official Twitter account.