Debra Tate isn’t celebrating the passing of a man who contributed to the brutal killing of her pregnant sister, Hollywood actress Sharon Tate.
SundanceTV’s “Cold Blooded: The Clutter Family Murders” is a two-part documentary produced and directed by Joe Berlinger, which explores the aftermath of the vicious slaying and how it continues to impact a small Kansas town.
Playboy is embracing a completely different look by showcasing plus-size model Molly Constable in a risqué photoshoot.
If there’s someone who isn’t ready to give up "the greatest job in the world," it’s Bellamy Young.
Elizabeth Smart is serving as a producer and narrator for Lifetime's new movie, titled "I Am Elizabeth Smart."
As a glamorous icon, burlesque star Dita Von Teese has become a role model for many women across the country. But when it came to her own childhood, the popular pinup insisted she struggled to find someone she could easily identify with.
Iron Maiden has sold over 90 million albums and played over 2,000 shows in 63 countries since their formation in 1975 – but one person who nearly left the band’s singer speechless was The Man in Black.
Ashley Judd was one of the first stars in Hollywood to publicly accuse producer Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault, encouraging over 40 women to come forward with their stories of abuse.
For the first time in more than 20 years, Shari Dahmer is hoping to shed some light on what may have caused her “nice, kind boy” to become one of America’s most infamous serial killers.
When the Foo Fighters were offered the opportunity to perform at one of the oldest theaters in the world, they didn’t think twice to say yes — and they made sure to have a beloved comrade join them for the ride.
Gina Lollobrigida captivated audiences when she rose to fame in the ‘50s and ‘60s as an Italian actress – but now “the most beautiful woman in the world” is sharing a dark secret about her past.
Melissa Gilbert starred as one of the most beloved characters in television history, but she has zero plans to take on the role again anytime soon.
Raquel Welch wouldn’t have guessed in a million years that a film about cavemen living with dinosaurs would have made her one of the most iconic sex symbols in American cinema.
Things weren’t always smooth sailing on the set of “The Golden Girls.”
Life wasn’t always all glitz and glamour for Joely Fisher.
Eliot Weisman would become a close confidant, and oftentimes a psychiatrist, until the singer’s death in 1998.
After Melissa Rivers sold her mother Joan Rivers’ penthouse in 2015, she had to go through the late star's belongings, which resulted in exploring a treasure trove of jokes, letters, newspaper clipping, even receipts she collected throughout her lifetime.
Maureen O’Hara revealed she was ready to quit acting because both producers and directors reportedly claimed she was “a cold potato without sex appeal" after she refused to sleep with them.
Tarek El Moussa has fought many battles over the years.
Get ready to embark on a new dimension of imagination.
It’s been 41 years since a sitcom about a man pretending to be gay so he can share an apartment with two single women premiered in 1976.
George Chakiris is still recognized by fans as headstrong rival Bernardo in 1961’s Oscar-winning musical “West Side Story,” but by then he had already worked with Hollywood’s most famous actress twice.
Catherine Bach wooed audiences as Daisy Duke in “The Dukes of Hazzard,” but she almost didn’t get the iconic role.
Peter Marshall never let the end of his successful game show “The Hollywood Squares” stop him from staying busy.
The former child star is all grown up – and in love.
Betty White, who is now 95, shared a close bond with fellow actress Lucille Ball.
Mary McDonough receives emails almost every day from people, and it’s not just because she once starred as pretty, wholesome Erin Walton in one of TV’s most beloved families — these strangers are asking for help.
“Flip or Flop” star Tarek El Moussa is heartbroken over the health ordeal of his beloved friend and cast mate Frank “The Tank” Miller.
The youngest member of America’s most infamous cult has broken her silence about the relationship she shared with convicted mass murderer Charles Manson when she was just 14-years-old.
It’s been nearly a year since “Growing Pains” star Alan Thicke passed away in December 2016 at age 69 – and his widow admitted Thursday she’s still coping with the sudden loss.
For Curtis Armstrong, it was hard to top the first film he had done in Hollywood — 1983’s “Risky Business”. So when the role of a fraternity brother named Booger with a gag-inducing habit came along the following year, the actor almost turned it down on the spot.
Sophia Loren didn’t seem impress when Jayne Mansfield crashed her party and nearly spilled out of her dress in front of eager photographers.