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“Hello, I’m Sarah McLachlan. For just dollars a day, you can help helpless animals find shelter,” the “Adia” crooner intones.

Kirstie Alley was a godsend to “Cheers” when she joined the storied NBC sitcom in 1987, famed director- producer James Burrows recalled Monday as he paid tribute to the comedic star. “She was funny and she was gorgeous. You don’t find those two things together too often,” Burrows told Variety…

“I don’t think Britney will ever be able to live a normal, free life,” said former #FreeBritney supporter Lauren Mars. “She has no idea how to be free or survive alone. It’s very sad; very, very sad.”

“My need to work on monologues originates from my love of literature. I usually pick novels that have little or no dialogue, so that I perceive the book as a very long monologue. Since I make films where plot twists are rare, if not entirely absent, monologues help me to…

Producer Joey McFarland caught reporters off guard when he pulled out a photo of the whipped slave Peter, from 1863, on the red carpet.

“She was truly one-of-a-kind, special and talented beyond measure. She was the best musician anyone could have in their band and the best friend anyone could have in their life,” the group wrote on Twitter.

More than a decade after his feature directorial debut “The Days” (2008) filmmaker Boi Kwong is back in the director’s chair with Singapore crime thriller “Geylang.” The film premiered at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival and will have its Southeast Asia premiere at the Singapore International Film Festival in…

More than 175 of the “Some Like It Hot” star’s personal items are headed to auction, including a letter from her estranged father, Charles Stanley Gifford.

Apologies are all the rage these days when it comes to difficult-to-procure concert tickets. And Adele, whose much anticipated Las Vegas residency launched on Friday (Nov. 18) at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, was not exempt from her own. “I’m truly sorry for any inconvenience and any disappointment that I’ve…

Keith Levene, the trailblazing guitarist who co-founded The Clash and Public Image Ltd., died of liver cancer Friday. He was 65.

“One of my main jobs is to expose the myth of American exceptionalism,” said Oscar-winning director Laura Poitras (“Citizenfour,” “The Oath”) at Amsterdam’s historic Royal Theatre Carré, where she sat for an extended Master Talk with IDFA’s artistic director, Orwa Nyrabia. The American filmmaker, who is also this year’s Guest…

Nick Carter broke down onstage as the Backstreet Boys paid an emotional tribute to his brother, Aaron Carter, a day after the former child star was found dead in his bathtub. The grieving singer could not hide his grief as a giant photo of his brother — his hands in a prayer position — was…