President Donald Trump has decided to take a pass, the Hollywood glitz factor is way down, and the focus of this year's White House Correspondents dinner will be squarely on the First Amendment and the role of a vigorous press, organizers say
Justin Bieber's new 'I'm the One' single just dropped, along with a music video! Plus, Kylie Jenner responds to fan claims that she photoshopped herself. Also, Paris Jackson is definitely NOT feeling the Netflix hit '13 Reasons Why.' All this in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
Hailey Quinones used her school's talent show not only to showcase her singing skills but also to ask her stepdad to adopt her. The 12-year-old sang an original song and presented her dad with the adoption paperwork as the audience cheered. Juan Games burst into tears hearing his stepdaughter's touching plea and the two embraced in a big hug after the performance. Juan has been in Hailey's life for the last ten years and her mom says their bond is unbreakable.
At the "American Gods" premiere, Pablo Schreiber tells AccessHollywood.com why he couldn't pass up the opportunity to play leprechaun Mad Sweeney. "American Gods" airs Sundays at 9 PM ET/PT on Starz.
Kylie Jenner has been seen out and about with Travis Scott on countless occasions, and it seems to be getting to Tyga. Is Kylie really all that interested in Travis, or is she just trying to show Tyga why he shouldn't take her for granted?
Alison Wonderland, Diplo, Jauz, Marshmello, Tiesto and Martin Garrix will perform at the 21st edition of the annual Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas in June
With the end of ‘Pretty Little Liars,’ Lucy Hale is embarking on a new chapter in her life - a chapter that does NOT include alcohol. Lucy has been sober now for a little while and is finally revealing why she had to give up drinking. For the actress, it was about her mental health after years in the Hollywood party scene. “I’m just always trying to surround myself with better people and be the best version of myself possible.”
Social media star Matthew Espinosa sits with AccessHollywood.com and talks about his new book, "Matthew Espinosa: More Than Me." Plus, he discusses the huge success of other social media stars who also started out on Vine, like Shawn Mendes.
Berkeley officials call their handling of protests over Ann Coulter's canceled appearance a success thanks to a massive police presence that ensured the city didn't become a 'fight club'