Fame-seeking couple is looking to make an extra buck before telling their story. <!--more-->

It’s the end of an era! <strong>Oprah Winfrey</strong><strong> is set to announce today on her show that her powerhouse daytime TV show,will end its run in 2011 after 25 seasons on the air. <!--more--></strong>

If you’ve been wondering where Aaron Hall, lead singer of the New Jack Swing trio Guy, has been lately, apparently he’s been moonlighting as a dog trainer. <!--more-->

Jennifer Hudson has landed the title role in “Winnie,” a new film by Darrell J. Roodt. Read the full story. <!--more-->

The mayor of a small Arkansas town wants an independent investigation on whether it was appropriate for a police officer to use a Taser on an unruly 10-year-old girl who kicked him in the groin. <!--more-->

Evan Chandler — the father of Jordan Chandler, who accused Michael Jackson of molesting him — allegedly committed suicide, the New York Post reports. Read the full story. <!--more-->

We’re hearing that the folks over at Bravo are looking to bring in a new character for the ATL housewives, who doesn’t mind getting a little gritty. <!--more-->

A missing 5-year-old whose mother was accused of offering her for sex was found dead off a heavily wooded road in a rural area Monday, ending a weeklong search, police said. <!--more-->

What do you think of Alicia Key's new album cover? <!--more-->

Tyler Perry's "Meet the Browns" is now going to be syndicated. Read the full story. <!--more-->

Six-time Grammy-nominated Maxwell and three-time Grammy winner the Black Eyed Peas are the first performers announced for “The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live! Read the full story. <!--more-->