We paused our endless loop of 'Sledgehammer' to talk about the song with Fifth Harmony themselves! The ladies stopped by the PopCrush studio to dish about their new single and what fans can expect from their upcoming album, 'Reflection.'
An amazing bunch of performances last night, America's Choice night, on "Dancing with the Stars," but two stars stood out among the rest.
Taylor Swift, is that you? The 'Blank Space' singer appeared on the cover of Wonderland magazine looking unrecognizable.
She may be the Apple of his eye, but she thinks he's rotten to the core.
Don't call it a remix.
Just because a toys packaging says it's age appropriate, doesn't mean that it is.
Here's a story for Veterans Day that will give you all the feels.
Today is the one day a year where we say thanks to veterans and those who protect us each and everyday all over the world. Although, we should do that everyday.
Today you'll see touching pictures shared on social media
Bret Michaels, who suffers from diabetes, has been admitted to six hospitals over the last two weeks.
If you feel the need for speed, then you need to see this.
Even lauded talents star in terrible films, but sometimes—as is the case with these ten thespians—they happen to star in the worst of the bunch during the exact same calendar year that they turned in those Oscar-worthy works. Oops.
Sony is already working on a 'Sinister Six' movie that would put the Friendly Neighborhood Wall-Crawler's villains front and center in their own story; according to a new report, they're also considering a movie focused on Aunt May, Spider-Man's lovable caretaker, played in the current 'Amazing Spider-Man' franchise by the great Sally Field.
Remember this the next time you check in at a hotel.
On Sunday's season finale of HBO's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver", the titular host reported on an invention from the uniquely-named Whooshh Innovations called the "Salmon Cannon", which is used to launch the direction-challenged fish upstream over a dam.
'The Flash' took something of a breather this past week in order to prime for tonight's explosive "Plastique," but the newest trailer for the CW 'Arrow' spinoff picks up the pace double-time. Not only do we get new looks at the likes of DC's Girder, General Wade Eiling and a returning Clock King, but so too does an epic look at 'The Flash''s future tease a new name beyond the "Red Streak," and a deepening time travel mystery to the enigmatic Harrison Wells!