This rumor is so not true, according to Spears! The songstress just shut down that rumor during an interview Wednesday with BBC Radio 1's Scott Mills.
Kanye West is opening up about his personal and professional life.
In an exclusive interview with E! News' Ken Baker, West dished about his Saint Pablo Tour, which just kicked off on Thursday in Indiana, as well as his family.
Courteney Cox has returned from an emotional—and physical—journey.
The 52-year-old TV star trekked through the Irish Highlands on Monday's episode of NBC's Running Wild With Bear Grylls. During her expedition with Bear Grylls, Courteney spoke candidly about fame and family. Early on, Bear asked Courteney how it feels to have lived in the limelight for so long[...]
Ariana Grande seems to have sealed the deal with her rumored beau Mac Miller!
The 23-year-old—who split from backup dancer Ricky Alvarez in July—was spotted smoochin' up the rapper while out for sushi at Kastuya in Encino, Calif., on Sunday night. TMZ got photos of the pair locking lips and reported that a source witnessed the couple "kissing and giggling" throughout the meal. At one point, Ariana was even lying on his lap![...]
Alicia Keys will be taking a seat as one of The Voice's new judges. [...]
The Rolling Stones gave half-a-million Cubans what they needed Friday night at Ciudad Deportiva de la Habana -- a free outdoor concert that lasted for more than two hours, starting with “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and ending just before 11 p.m. with “Satisfaction,” which got the crowd literally jumping from the familiar opening chords.[...]
Benghazi— The number of officers and soldiers who currently under arms in the Libyan armed forces have reached over 30,000, according to the spokesman of the High Command.[...]
Forces loyal to Libya's internationally backed government say they are close to retaking Sirte from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)[...]
Libyan forces renewed their push to oust Islamic State from its former North African stronghold of Sirte on Sunday, saying they had seized the city's main mosque and a jail run by the militants' morality police.
Opponents of Libya's U.N.-backed unity government dealt the beleaguered body a blow on Monday by voting to reject it in a rare session of the eastern-based parliament, though the government's supporters dismissed the move as unconstitutional.
At Thursday’s Desert Town Hall speaker series, ex-CIA director and retired Gen. David Petraeus attempted to dispel theories about the 2012 attack on Benghazi that killed U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others, framing the incident, instead, as tragic but avoidable.
Sitting outdoors at a quiet Tripoli cafe, Libyans wonder how a third government could possibly take up residence in a capital controlled by armed groups who reject it.