Netflix’s new romcom “Single All the Way,” starring Michael Urie, is a refreshing take on the classic step-and-repeat storyline that plagues most “coming home” holiday flicks.
Cheyenne Roundtree is an entertainment reporter for The Daily Beast and graduated from the University of Missouri's School of Journalism. She has previously worked at DailyMail.com and served as a correspondent for the Emmy-winning DailyMailTV.
After DaBaby’s derogatory comments about HIV/AIDS, he went on a semi-apology tour, meeting with organizations, but several of those groups haven’t heard from him since.
Joe Exotic wants to earn sympathy from the public in his new memoir, sharing that he was sexually abused by his father and brother, and that he regrets the Netflix series.
A new book about HBO reveals what started the fight between the two stars, alleging Kim Cattrall became a headache over money and Sarah Jessica Parker ostracized Cattrall.
Evan Rachel Wood admits she was in a “very dark place” while filming HBO’s “Mildred Pierce,” as she opens up in a new book about realizing she was a victim of domestic abuse.
The comedian made a series of transphobic jokes at Madison Square Garden on Monday, a month after he faced backlash for his anti-trans jokes in Netflix special “The Closer.”
The father of Disney actor Peyton Clark and YouTuber Acacia Kersey has been accused of pressuring teens into nude photos and then allegedly selling them online.
Hulu’s docuseries “The Curse of Von Dutch: A Brand to Die For” sheds light on the behind-the-scenes turmoil of the infamous label popularized by Paris, Ashton, and Britney.
There’s been much discussion about Lady Gaga’s accent in ‘House of Gucci.’ But even a dialogue coach who worked on the film agrees that it veers more Eastern European than Italian.
In 1991, a stampede occurred at a charity event promoted by Diddy, resulting in nine deaths. Two survivors tell The Daily Beast what went wrong there and at Astroworld.