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Rancho Obi-Wan was recognized by Guinness World Records for his vast collection of Star Wars memorabilia.
A man in Ireland captured the donkey singing and posted video on Facebook.
The 56-year-old confirmed her engagement to 33-year-old Elizabeth Rooney.
The Duchess of Sussex was rushed through her visit to an indoor market in Fijis capital due to concerns about the large crowd that came to greet her
A new four-part PBS docuseries entitled Native America seeks to recreate a world in the Americas generations prior to the arrival of Europeans
Minajs leaked song Sorry used lyrics and melody of Chapmans Baby Can I Hold You without permission, the suit claims
The TV host declared that political correctness has gone amok
Rebecca Corry said Louis C.K. is a predator who victimized women for decades and lied about it
Hosted by four Obama administration alums, the popular podcast has been downloaded more than 330 million times since its launch in 2017
The new book follows a war hero who returns home to his small Mississippi town and kills his minister without explanation
It looks likeHalsey and G-Eazyreally might be Bad at Love.
20 years since releasing her debut single ...Baby One More Time, Britney Spears is thanking all of her fans who have been there from the very beginning.
The Weekndis one lucky guy
Jersey Shore star Mike The Situation Sorrentino will begin his prison sentence next year, according to a report.
Mary Poppins is back with some new music
Lily James version of ABBA ballad I Wonder never made it into Mamma Mia Here We Go Again. But you can see the scene exclusively at usatoday.com.
At the time of his death,XXXTentacion was awaiting trial on charges including domestic battery, aggravated battery and false imprisonment.
Spoiler alert In this weeks episode of This Is Us, Randall tries his hand at politics, Kevin and Zoe take a very illuminating road trip and things start to look very dark for Toby.
The Great American Read on PBS wraps up by announcing that Harper Lees Southern classic To Kill a Mockingbird is Americas best-loved novel.
An interview with the cast of the new stage adaptation of Harper Lees classic novel, opening in December at the Shubert Theatre in New York.
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