There’s no doubt that Debbie Reynolds was the embodiment of star power.
Coming into show business at the young age of 19, Reynolds began her successful and fascinating journey in Hollywood, which would ultimately last over 70 years.
Tonight, we had to say goodbye to the iconic actress, who passed away after suffering a stroke, just one day after the death of her daughter, Carrie Fisher. She was 84.
Whether it was dancing and singing her way into the role of America’s sweetheart, making us laugh … read more

Carrie Fisher’s relationship with her mother, Debbie Reynolds, was the stuff of Hollywood legend.
Its own chapter in the proverbial annals of show business lore, thanks largely in part to Fisher’s 1987 novel Postcards From the Edge, mother and daughter gave their devoted fans exactly what they wanted when they appeared in public together, bickering like a Borscht Belt duo in “take my mom, please” fashion.
But though their relationship could rightfully be categorized as turbulent, the thornier aspects … read more

After Hollywood legend Debbie Reynolds died on Wednesday, just one day after the death of her daughter, actress Carrie Fisher, tributes poured in for the 84-year-old actress.
Debra Messing, who co-starred with Debbie Reynolds for eight seasons on “Will & Grace,” wrote a moving post about what it was like having the icon as a TV mom for so many years. “Debbie went to be with Carrie. She always worried about her,” Messing wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday. “Carrie left too soon … read more

Debbie Reynolds tragically died of a stroke on Wednesday, December 28 at the age of 84, just one day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher passed away, but her legend lives on. The iconic Singin In The Rain star was known for much so more than being the Star Wars actresses’ mother, and to remember her Us Weekly has listed 10 thing you may not have known about her. 1. Her career was kick started at 16-years-old when she won the Miss Burbank beauty pageant in California in 1948. She was spotted by Warner … read more

In her day, Debbie Reynolds did it all. Subsequently, her day lasted for decades.
The actress, who became a national treasure as the star of one of the most beloved movies of all time and went on to enjoy a nearly 70-year career in film, television and theater, has died. She was 84. Her son, Todd Fisher, confirmed the news to the Associated Press.
No cause was immediately announced. Reynolds had been hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after reportedly suffering a stroke at Todd’s home, barely a day … read more

Debbie Reynolds’ Will & Grace TV family grieved the actress’ death with the rest of Hollywood on Wednesday, December 28. As previously reported, Reynolds died at the age of 84 one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher’s untimely death on Tuesday. Amid the news of Reynolds’ death on Wednesday, Messing took to Twitter and Instagram to pay tribute to her TV mom, who made her last appearance on the sitcom in the final season in 2006. “So heartsick. Debbie went to be with Carrie,” the Starter Wife … read more

Officials may say Debbie Reynolds passed away from a stroke, but many are drawn to believe that this icon died from a broken heart.
Just one day after the world mourned the death of her daughter and beloved actress Carrie Fisher, E! News learned that Fisher’s mother, who became a Hollywood staple throughout her successful 70-year career, has left us as well.
Reynolds’ son, Todd Fisher, confirmed the death to E! News, and tells us, “She went to be with Carrie. In fact, those were the last words she … read more

While I’ve never really hopped onto the Chris Evans Train, I have to admit that these are some nice photos. Chris is one of several cover subjects for W Magazine’s October issue. ‘Tis the season… for multiple cover subjects. It’s sort of annoying, but what can you do? Chris gave a surprisingly long and surprisingly anxiety-free interview to W where he discussed his early years as an actor, whether Captain America is a virgin, and how he learned how to tap dance:
ScarJo says he’s a great … read more

Kit Harington takes the plunge in the intoxicating Doctor Faustus, which is now previewing at the Duke of York’s Theatre in the West End.
Harington plays Jon Snow, Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch, in TV’s Game Of Thrones, and the last time we saw him, his fate was in the balance (the new series starts on Monday night).
On stage, in the lead role of Faustus, he’s in trouble, too. After making a pact with the Devil, he is thrust into a celebrity nightmare world. In the picture above, Harington … read more

Missing Derek Hough on your TV already now that we know he’s officially not returning for Dancing With the Stars season 22? Here’s some good news: He’ll be back to the small screen sooner than you think.
E! News has exclusively confirmed that the reigning DWTS champion is set to reprise his role on Nashville later this season for multiple episodes. Hough first recurred on the ABC drama in 2014 as Juliette’s (Hayden Panettiere) leading man in the biopic the country-superstar-turned-actress was making … read more

Another member of the Hough family will be missing when Dancing with the Stars returns later this month. Reigning mirror-ball trophy champion Derek Hough will be sitting out season 22 of the series, PEOPLE has confirmed. The fan favorite pro, 30, helped guide Bindi Irwin to victory last year, with Hough winning for a record sixth time. “This entire experience has felt like the most-beautiful dance and Derek has inspired me every single day,” Irwin, 17, told reporters after their win, before turning … read more

Season 22 of Dancing with the Stars is going to be completely Hough-free. Julianne Hough already announced that she will not be a judge this season, and now E! News has confirmed that Derek Hough is also taking this season off. The DWTS pro originally joined the show full-time in season five, and has led his partner to victory a total of six times. He took home his latest mirrorball trophy with partner Bindi Irwin during season 21. So while we’re totally bummed about this news, Hough’s fellow professional … read more

I’m sure most of you have danced with Gene Kelly in the rain, followed Dorothy down the Yellow Brick Road and battled it out with the Sharks and the Jets in the NYC streets. But have you taken center stage with Natalie Wood? Or gone out on the town with Frank Sinatra?
There are countless showstopper musicals that are just as entertaining, if not more so, than the more well known ones. So I’m sharing five of my favorites you may not have heard of. From comedies to dramas, all my picks are composed … read more

We already knew Channing Tatum is well-versed in the art of outrageously elaborate lip-syncing. And as for his dancing… well, let’s just say we got our eyeful in “Step Up.” And “Magic Mike.” And “Magic Mike XXL.” The dude’s a born entertainer; that’s simply irrefutable.
But in Joel and Ethan Coen’s new movie “Hail, Caesar!” we get to see Channing flex yet another new pair of skills: singing and tap dancing. No, he’s not dressed in his Beyoncé best this time around, but … read more

You’ve seen his smooth moves in Magic Mike and pretend-singing on Lip Sync Battle, but did you know Channing Tatum can actually sing and tap dance? Feast your eyes upon Tatum’s Gene Kelly-esque skills as talented and self-absorbed actor Burt Gurney in a brand-new featurette for his upcoming film Hail, Caesar!. “Burt Gurney, he is a song-and-dance man,” says Tatum in the clip, which features a sneak peek at the actor’s mastery of complex tap choreography and his first time singing in a film. “Burt … read more