• Marilyn Manson: Columbine massacre 'destroyed' my career

    The singer now says "If [the Columbine killers] had just bought my records, they would be better off. Certain people blame me for the shootings at schools." "That's going to be a great pull-quote for you," he told The Guardian. "But, honestly, the Columbine era destroyed my entire career at the time." Manson is currently promoting his new album titled "Heaven Upside Down." In 2012, he said the title for his "Born Villain" was influenced by having been been wrongfully vilified because of Columbine. "When it comes to things like Columbine, it would have been different if they [Harris and Klebold] had actually liked my music, but I think that I have had more blame accredited to me than any person

  • Salma Hayek rallies for Mexico earthquake relief

    (CNN)Salma Hayek is doing her part to gather donations for earthquake relief in Mexico. The actress, a native of Mexico, said in an emotional plea on Instagram that she "has lived through the aftermath of a disaster of this magnitude," having experienced the 1985 earthquake that devastated the region. Hayek said "a lot of friends died" in that event, including "an uncle that was very, very close to me." Hayek has started a Crowdrise campaign to "help the families that are going through this nightmare right now in Mexico." As of publication, her effort has raised almost $275,000. Hayek had said she would match the first $100,000. "I implore to your hearts, to goodness of your hearts, to your compassion,

  • You can now binge-watch 'Will & Grace'

    (CNN)For the first time "Will & Grace" fans can binge-watch the complete eight seasons of the hit show. As of Thursday, all 194 episodes are available for streaming on Hulu and the NBC App. The binging bonanza is happening in celebration of the reprise of the comedy, which returns to NBC on September 28. "As we gear up for the launch of the upcoming season premiere, I can't think of a better way to reintroduce 'Will & Grace' to the cultural zeitgeist than by giving audiences the opportunity to watch this historic and hilarious series wherever and whenever they want," NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt said in a statement.

  • How Cher stays fabulous at 71 years old

    (CNN)Even if she wanted to, Cher says she couldn't fit into some of her most famous outfits. Cher has gained a whopping 20 lbs. "I have a friend, her name is Dr. Barbara Sturm, and she makes an eye cream and face wash that I love," Cher said.

  • 'Star Trek: Discovery' braves new streaming frontier

    "Star Trek: Discovery" might be beaming into the new frontier of streaming, but this latest spinoff is upholding a long tradition of using the 51-year-old franchise as the fuel to launch new services. CBS will premiere the show on Sunday, using the network exposure as a tease intended to drive people to CBS All Access, its subscription streaming service. The twice-delayed introduction comes after a spinoff of "The Good Wife," titled "The Good Fight," attracting nearly 8 million viewers for its network debut. (The network isn't releasing specific data for All Access but has renewed that show for a second season.) By leveraging "Trek" in this fashion -- to the chagrin of some fans -- CBS is essentially

  • Did Jimmy Kimmel kill the health care bill?

    Jimmy Kimmel spent the week on TV battling a health care bill he didn't believe in. On Friday, the bill appeared to be on its last legs, and Kimmel may have played a part. Sen. John McCain announced Friday that he cannot "in good conscience" vote for the GOP's latest plan to overhaul Obamacare. This likely ends the Republicans' latest effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Following McCain's statement, Kimmel took to Twitter to say, "Thank you @SenJohnMcCain for being a hero again and again and now AGAIN." The tweet capped off a dramatic week that included three nights of opening monologues in which Kimmel blasted one of the bill's sponsors, Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy, for

  • Demi Lovato is not revealing her sexuality

    "I stand up for the things that I believe in and the things that I'm passionate about, but I like to keep my personal life as private as possible when it comes to dating and sexuality and all that stuff just because it has nothing to do with my music." Instead, Lovato advised fans to watch her YouTube documentary, "Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated." The "Sorry Not Sorry" singer reiterated her position in a series of tweets Wednesday after a fan tweeted, "I love Demi Lovato, but her reason for refusing to talk about her sexuality is total bulls***." "Expectant and rude," Lovato tweeted back. "Watch my documentary and chill out." The singer then said, "Just because (I) refuse to label myself for