"Everybody begged me to do a joke about that song," host Jamie Foxx said. "I said 'that song should not be joked about.'"
Since XXXTentacion was gunned down Monday, social media has been thrown into turmoil over how to remember the problematic rapper.
The Jane the Virgin lead is using the money allotted to her campaign for an Emmy nomination to instead pay for an undocumented student's Princeton University tuition.
Ben Daniels from The Exorcist will be taking over the role of Antony Armstrong-Jones, and he will play opposite Helena Bonham Carter.
"I understood why they cut it — for sake of time," actor Daniella Pineda said of her scene with Chris Pratt.
In an interview for Wonderland magazine, the Everything, Everything actor said she was "overcome with this profound sense of relief" when she realized she was gay.
Johnson, 63, was serving a life sentence for a nonviolent, first-time drug offense.
The EPA said the Fixer Upper team did not have adequate lead paint protections during renovations on the show.
Brown, the subject of the fourth episode of Netflix's Queer Eye in which he came out to his stepmother, shared the news at the streaming network's FYSee event.
Viacom, which felt uncomfortable airing the controversial program in the wake of multiple school shootings this year, is looking to shop the show elsewhere.
"I think that he really spent the time to listen to our case that we were making for Alice," the reality star told Mic.
From anti-Muslim sentiment to Pizzagate, Roseanne Barr's tweet about Valerie Jarrett isn't exactly off-brand for her Twitter feed.
"The nerve, The audacity."
"This interview is a trainwreck." Update: Bateman has apologized on Twitter.
The actor who plays matriarch Lucille Bluth on Netflix's Arrested Development said Tambor apologized for yelling at her on set, and "I have to let it go."
Dear White People creator Justin Simien called the Thor: Ragnarok star’s big scene as a black conservative pundit a “glitch-in-the-Matrix type moment.”
"It’s the absolute worst of humanity. That’s why I did my best to react the way I did."
"There were death threats on Twitter for me and my writers," said show creator Justin Simien, who channeled the backlash into one of Season 2’s strongest storylines.
ABC President Channing Dungey also said she was surprised by the backlash and controversy some of the show's quips generated.
The hit reality competition is returning to Bravo after it was acquired in the Weinstein Company bankruptcy.