The reality stars are said to have filmed their latest episode on Thursday, according to People magazine and Haack, 38, shared photos to her Instagram Story of herself on set of the “Spanish style flip.”
As the world's most capable athletes gave the performances of their lives this week, I worked my way through my second bowl of Cocoa Pebbles to write this column about my favorite shows of the moment -- HBO's "White Lotus" and Apple TV+'s "Physical."
"Real Time" host Bill Maher returned from his vacation on Friday night to defend U.S. Olympic Gold Medalist Simone Biles after she withdrew from various competitions at the Tokyo Olympics, arguing she was "pushed to the brink."
Matt Damon pointed out that the media attention regarding Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez's rekindled relationship has been different than the first time the couple was together. The actor accused the press of previously being "particularly terrible" to Lopez and Affleck.
Court documents obtained by Fox News on Friday heard a judge say he would not remove one of Smollett’s lawyers from the matter despite the fact he believes the attorney did, in fact, speak with brothers Abel and Ola Osundairo.
The Lollapalooza outdoor music festival is underway in Chicago, causing some concerns as the delta variant causes COVID cases to surge across the country. But organizers of the four-day event say proof of vaccinations or negative test results have been required for entry.
The former American actress became the Duchess of Sussex when she said “I do” to Prince Harry, the Duchess of York’s nephew, in 2018. Several decades prior, Sarah Ferguson married Prince Andrew, one of Queen Elizabeth II’s sons, in 1986. That union lasted until 1996.
Broadway theaters in New York City will require proof of COVID vaccinations for audience members, performers and other workers through October, the Broadway League announced Friday. Audiences members will also be required to wear masks inside theaters.
In late June, Princess Charlene of Monaco announced she is being forced to miss her 10th anniversary with Prince Albert due to additional surgery required after complications from a previous procedure.
A recent NCAA decision allowing college athletes to monetize their fame has some students eager to start making endorsement deals. But the decision has also ushered in an entirely new line of business: sports agencies and consulting firms that specialize in name, image and likeness (NIL) strategies.