Christie D'Zurilla, Los Angeles Times

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Watch 'That Thing You Do!' band the Wonders reunite today

A watch party with fictional band the Wonders, from Tom Hanks' 1996 film, "That Thing You Do!," will honor songwriter Adam Schlesinger, who died from COVID-19. → Read More

After coronavirus hiatus, 'Ellen' crew in limbo and upset

While "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" continues to tape at the host's home, core crew members are reportedly upset over a lack of communication from top producers. → Read More

'Disney Family Singalong': Beyoncé honors healthcare workers

"Disney Family Singalong" was full of hits and misses Thursday night. Beyoncé dedicated a song to healthcare workers, but Zac Efron disappointed fans. → Read More

Brian Dennehy dead: Celebrities remember him as 'a colossus'

Sylvester Stallone, Mia Farrow and Lin-Manuel Miranda are among celebs saluting Brian Dennehy, the towering Irish American actor who died Wednesday at 81. → Read More

Prince Harry and Meghan step into new L.A. life, delivering meals in WeHo

Prince Harry, who with wife Meghan delivered coronavirus meals in WeHo, jokes that quarantine life with an 11-month-old son is challenging enough. → Read More

See 'Mrs. America' actors compared to real-life characters

The actors in "Mrs. America" have been transformed into historical figures from the fights for and against ratification of the ERA. See how they measure up. → Read More

Andrea Bocelli's Easter concert from Italy sets major record

Opera singer Andrea Bocelli's Easter concert from an empty Duomo cathedral in Milan reached 2.8 million live and more than 10 times that afterward. → Read More

Rita Wilson describes coronavirus chloroquine side effects

Rita Wilson recently recovered from COVID-19 with hubby Tom Hanks. She's not sure if her chloroquine medication was worth the 'extreme' side effects. → Read More

Coronavirus news: 'SNL' to air new, socially distant episode

Coronavirus lockdown be damned: "Saturday Night Live" will be just that — live — this weekend. It just won't be what audiences are used to. → Read More

Will Trump pardon 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic? He'd consider it

In a sign that coronavirus might be getting the best of us, a reporter asked President Trump if he'd pardon Joe Exotic of Netflix's hit series "Tiger King." → Read More

Drake's Toronto mansion is outrageous. Here are 3 takeaways

Drake's home-design tastes are off the charts, a new magazine spread reveals. Here are three things we took away from a visual tour of his Toronto mansion. → Read More

Coronavirus: John Prine's widow speaks out after his death

Fiona Whelan Prine, wife of the late John Prine, expressed her family's sorrow after his death from COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. → Read More

Pink details her family's coronavirus battle

Singer Pink says her son's COVID-19 experience was "a rollercoaster" with symptoms including "all the things that scare the bejesus out of you as a mama." → Read More

John Prine remains in ICU with pneumonia in both lungs, his wife says

John Prine was hospitalized last month with COVID-19 and has been on a ventilator. The singer-songwriter, 73, now has pneumonia in both lungs, his wife says. → Read More

Bill Withers dies: Kamala Harris, John Legend, Alicia Keys pay respects to R&B great

Singer-songwriter Bill Withers, who died Monday, was remembered fondly Friday by celebrities who had made his tunes the soundtrack to their memories. → Read More

Tekashi 6ix9ine will serve the rest of prison sentence at home due to coronavirus threat

Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine will serve the balance of his federal sentence in home confinement, a judge ordered, due to coronavirus-related conditions in prison. → Read More

Hear the best Adam Schlesinger songs you didn't know were his

Adam Schlesinger, who died April 1, wrote songs that were loved by many fans who never knew his name. Here's a sampling of his work in rock, film, TV and more. → Read More

Public Enemy's April Fools' reveal? Flavor Flav was never fired

Chuck D says Public Enemy firing Flavor Flav was a hoax intended to send a message. The revelation coincides with today's release of Enemy Radio's new album. → Read More

Plácido Domingo is home and feels 'fine' after coronavirus battle

Plácido Domingo, who tested positive for the coronavirus March 22 and was reportedly hospitalized days ago, is home and feeling "fine," he said in a statement. → Read More

Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne is fighting the coronavirus

Adam Schlesinger, the Fountains of Wayne cofounder who won an Emmy for his 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' songwriting, is hospitalized with the coronavirus. → Read More