ATLANTA — Talk about an assembly.
Success, it has been said, is earned.
Evan Rachel Wood has detailed the years of sexual abuse she was subjected to in a powerful testimony to America’s Congress.
Bellamy Young has apologized to Ryan Seacrest for suggesting he should “step aside” from his red carpet hosting gig at the Academy Awards following unproven allegations of sexual misconduct.
Joel Kinnaman was far from shocked when Kevin Spacey was fired from their hit drama House Of Cards because he has friends who shared alarming stories about his castmate.
Troubled actor Mark Salling has died from a suspected suicide.
Monumental event, massive excitement.
Gregger Botting has long been a music fan; he first started playing guitar when he was in high school and has fond memories of listening to classic rock and oldies with his father.
The 60th annual Grammy Awards were presented Sunday night, hosted by James Corden for the second year in a row (sorry, LL Cool J), with Bruno Mars leading the pack with six awards, followed by Kendrick Lamar with four.