Dancing with the Stars season 31 premieres Sept. 19 on Disney+, and Good Morning America is exclusively revealing which celebrities will compete for the coveted Mirrorball trophy. Alfonso Ribeiro and Tyra Banks will co-host the new season, and Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli... Read More.
(TAMPA, Fla.) -- Superstar quarterback Tom Brady returned to training camp with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Monday. Brady had spent nearly two weeks away for what the team called "personal reasons." Watch the full report from ABC's Good Morning America: Copyright © 2022, ABC Audio. All... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Larger than life Super Bowl champion and pro football star Rob Gronkowski recently retired from the NFL for a second time -- but just because he says he won't be back on the gridiron doesn't mean he's done working. In the first... Read More.
After reportedly retiring from Hollywood, Cameron Diaz is Back In Action, literally. Jamie Foxx tapped an expert on "unretiring," NFL legend Tom Brady, to help him convince the actress to co-star in a Netflix action comedy called Back In Action. "Had to call in the GOAT... Read More.
The Blacklist has nabbed an early 10th-season renewal from NBC, star and executive producer James Spader announced during a visit to The Tonight Show on Tuesday. The show's current ninth season has reached 22 million viewers across linear and digital platforms. The Blacklist, which also stars Diego... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Legendary quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement from the NFL via Instagram Tuesday morning following days of speculation. "I have always believed the sport of football is an 'all-in' proposition -- if a 100% competitive commitment isn't there, you won't succeed …... Read More.
(TAMPA BAY, Fla.) -- Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady is retiring after 22 years in the NFL, ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeff Darlington reported. Brady, the most successful quarterback in NFL history, has won seven Super Bowls -- six with the New England Patriots and... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A New Jersey man posed as a New England Patriots player to fraudulently obtain family Super Bowl LI rings, intended to be purchased by family members of Patriots players, the Justice Department said. The New England Patriots overcame a 28-3 deficit with the... Read More.