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“I’m going to continue to suck d–k, make lipstick, and live my motherf—ig life, girl,” Star said on Instagram Tuesday.

After nearly two months of uninterrupted glory, this may be the weekend that “Avatar: The Way of Water” gets bumped from No. 1 on box office charts. That’s because M. Night Shyamalan’s newest thriller “Knock at the Cabin” is poised to open to $15 million to $20 million, which looks…

Justin “JT” Timberlake, he who brought “SexyBack,” freed the most famous nipple in recorded history and danced the hokey pokey without provocation, rose to fame as a child star and has kept his name in the lights ever since. As Timberlake prepares for his 42nd birthday and latest trip around the sun, we are taking…

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

The Philadelphia Eagles have won the NFC Championship, defeating the San Francisco 49ers 31-7 to clinch their Super Bowl berth. The Eagles will face off at the big game on Feb. 12 against the AFC Championship winner, which will be determined later today when the Cincinnati Bengals take on the…

The odds that “Jimmy Kimmel Live” would still be here, 20 years after its launch on Jan. 26, 2003, were astronomically low. The network hadn’t done a traditional late-night talk show since the short-lived “Into the Night With Rick Dees” (hosted, coincidentally, by another Los Angeles radio veteran) in 1991,…

A rookie Super Bowl advertiser aims to do this year what even a veteran might find challenging: Get people talking about technology they may never have known affects them every day. Workday has a clever concept that it hopes will make people more aware of the software it licenses to…

“Don’t Worry Darling,” “9-1-1” and the forthcoming comedy “80 for Brady” were among the winners at the 27th annual California on Location Awards Sunday night. The ceremony, hosted by “Family Feud” announcer Rubin Ervin, recognized location managers, location teams and public employees who facilitated on-location productions across the state. “Don’t…

Before producer Robert Townsend chose Jesse Collins to write for the WB Network comedy “The Parent ’Hood” in 1997, the opportunities were few and far between for the former radio disc jockey. At that point in Collins’ life, he was filing unemployment forms and pretending to take job interviews at…

Henke started his acting career when a fellow NFL player told him about a commercial casting looking for people to portray football players.