As Kandi Burruss prepares for the second birthday of her daughter Blaze next month, she's looking back at the trauma of Blaze's birth via a surrogate. Blaze was one of twin embryos, and the Real Housewives of Atlanta star remembers the emotional moment when she found out one of the twins... Read More.
Tom Felton, who played antagonist Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series, recently learned that he has even less in common with his character. Apparently, Felton believed that he was a Slytherin, like Draco. However, he was in for quite the shock when he discovered that he is better suited... Read More.
(SURFSIDE, Fla.) -- The screams of people shouting for help can be heard in newly released body cam footage from police officers responding to the collapse of Champlain Towers South in the minutes after the Surfside, Florida, building fell to the ground. Ninety-eight people were... Read More.
Former Prison Break star Wentworth Miller took to Instagram to reveal he was diagnosed as autistic last year. "Preceded by a self-diagnosis. Followed by a formal diagnosis," the 49-year-old actor explained, adding, "[It was] a shock. But not a surprise." Miller noted that he has too much learn about... Read More.
Anthony Hopkins' heartbreaking performance as a man battling dementia in The Father turned out to be the winning formula at the 2021 Academy Awards: He won Best Actor for his standout performance. However, his victory did not come without some controversy. The late Chadwick Boseman, who starred in Ma... Read More.
Green Day premiered a new song called "Here Comes the Shock" over the weekend. The 154-second banger, which is available now for digital download, is accompanied by a video featuring a "punk rock aerobics" exercise routine. You can watch it now... Read More.
Here comes a shock from Green Day. Billie Joe Armstrong and company will be debuting a new song this weekend called "Here Comes the Shock." The track will premiere during the NHL's Outdoors at Lake Tahoe game between the Colorado... Read More.
By THE GMA TEAM, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The stress of the coronavirus pandemic is causing people's hair to fall out in a phenomenon doctors are calling "shock hair loss.""There's no symptoms, there's no itching, there's no pain,"... Read More.