Dustin Diamond completes first round of chemotherapy for cancer treatment

Former “Saved by the Bell” star Dustin Diamond is making progress in his fight against cancer. A representative for the actor said on Thursday that Diamond, known for playing Samuel “Screech” Powers on the hit ’90s teen series, has completed his first round of chemotherapy treatment, with another to follow. “Dustin is looking forward to…MORE

‘Bridgerton’ is returning for a second season

“Bridgerton” fans can breathe a sigh of relief after Netflix announced a second season of the steamy Netflix show. The period drama — created by Chris Van Dusen and produced by Shonda Rhimes — based on Julia Quinn’s novels has created a buzz since it debuted last month. The show is the first series for…MORE

‘Walker’ gets a new look with Jared Padalecki as the Texas Ranger

Occasionally a reboot comes along that’s so different from the original you wonder why they bothered. “Walker” is one of those, dropping the “Texas Ranger” part of the title from the CBS series that signed off 20 years ago, and trading in Chuck Norris for “Supernatural’s” Jared Padalecki, in what feels more like a family…MORE

‘The Masked Dancer’ reveals the celebrity hiding under Cricket

Singer Brian McKnight was revealed to be the person who has been performing under the Cricket costume on Wednesday’s “The Masked Dancer.” After dancing to Montell Jordan’s “This Is How We Do It,” he was unmasked for viewers and the panelists. Earlier in the competition, he danced to “Jump (For My Love),” by the Pointer…MORE

Tim McGraw wasn’t so sure about Taylor Swift naming a song after him

Tim McGraw did not feel like a spring chicken when he learned that Taylor Swift was naming a song named after him. As you may recall, Swift’s debut single, “Tim McGraw,” was released in 2006 off her self-titled album. “I thought, have I gotten to that age now to where they’re singing songs about me?…MORE

Chrissy Teigen lost a tooth in a Fruit Roll-Up at the inauguration

Good news and bad news for Chrissy Teigen. President Biden followed her on Twitter but she also lost a tooth. The model and cookbook author was at the 2021 Presidential Inauguration to support her husband John Legend, who performed Wednesday evening. While indulging in a late-night Fruit Roll-Up she revealed the sticky snack had yanked…MORE

Cole Sprouse not interested in a ‘Suite Life of Zack and Cody’ reboot

Sorry fans of “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody,” but Cole Sprouse has moved on. The “Riverdale” star appeared on “The Drew Barrymore Show” Tuesday and shared his thoughts on reboots in light of the “Sex and the City” news. “Reboots are a tricky thing, you know?” he said. “The original shows, when they…MORE

Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez perform at the inauguration

Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez delivered powerful performances at Wednesday’s inauguration. Gaga sang the national anthem, while Lopez performed a medley of patriotic songs that included “This Land Is Your Land.” Leading up the the event, Lopez shared a picture with National Guard troops near the Capitol, which she shared on Instagram. “What an honor…MORE

Bow Wow apologizes after crowded Houston club backlash

Bow Wow has apologized for taking the stage in a packed nightclub in Houston over the weekend. The rapper, who also acts under his legal name Shad Moss, had received backlash on social media after he was seen in footage on stage appearing to perform for a mostly maskless crowd at Cle in Houston. Houston…MORE

Michael Douglas meets newborn grandson for the first time

Michael Douglas is a proud grandpa. The actor shared a photo of himself meeting his newborn grandson on Tuesday. “First time I’ve seen my month old grandson, Ryder!” he wrote alongside the photo on Instagram. It’s the second child of his son Cameron Douglas and his partner Viviane Thibes, who posted about the birth last…MORE

New Orleans Jazz Fest pushed to October due to Covid-19

The 2021 New Orleans Jazz Fest has been postponed until October, according to a statement posted on the festival’s website. Originally scheduled to start at the end of April, Jazz Fest is being pushed to fall due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, organizers said. The event will now run from Oct. 8 – 17. “We…MORE