Pepsi enhanced its footing in fashion with a newly launched and creative partnership with Vogue Italia.
After an explosive second season, fans of "Orange is the New Black" are in store for something "even better" for season three, according to OITNB star, Dascha Polanco. Hear what she says in our exclusive!
Fergie, John Legend, Jimmy Kimmel and hundreds of more entertainers have teamed up with HeadCount to encourage citizens to get to the polls on Tuesday for the midterm elections.
Hillary Carlip and co-creator Maxine Lapiduss have introduced a new way to read with “Find Me I’m Yours.”
She may have been a backup dancer for Rihanna and Alicia Keys, but now Sharaya J is front and center.
Close to a year ago, Lebron James posted a video of himself on Instagram dancing to "O.G. Bobby Johnson," a song from up-and-coming rapper Que. The Cleveland Cavaliers small forward included the caption, “My new theme song on gameday!”
Joel McHale is known for his unapologetic and humorous critique of various celebrities on E!'s The Soup. Yet, the comedian, who has hosted the show for 10 years, said he's never had an awkward encounter with any of the famous people he's criticized.
Get inside Colin Hunter and Peyton Jenkins' men's showroom.
The White Collar star, 40, was spotted running around Los Angeles with no-makeup wearing workout wear from fitness brand Zumba.
Lynne Diamante, the pageant queen expert who holds more than 30 titles, expressed a number of details on the pageant world, including how these competitions can empower women, the stereotypes that come along with them and what she's learned from being on the reality series 'Game of Crowns.'
When "Community" was canceled by NBC after five seasons last spring, the comedy was quickly picked up by Yahoo’s video-streaming site, Screen. Despite such a drastic move, the Internet will work to the show’s advantage in more ways than one.
Joel McHale has mastered comedy as the longtime host of E!’s "The Soup" and proven his acting skills on the show "Community." Now the star is trying his luck at photography.
To the excitement of its many fans, American Dad! will be making its return for an eleventh season. However, the popular animated series now has more creative freedom to push the envelope on its new home, the TBS network.
With Mike Tyson's boxing career now far behind him, he continues to transition into the world of acting with his upcoming Adult Swim animation series, Mike Tyson Mysteries.
From his numerous wrestling personas to his talent as a book author, WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley doesn't just dip his toes into his numerous works, but instead immerses himself, which is exactly what he's done in his upcoming documentary, I Am Santa Claus.
With the highly anticipated return of AMC's "The Walking Dead" fast approaching, it was only appropriate that its multitalented creator/writer, Robert Kirkman, took the grandest superhero stage of them all at New York City's Comic Con on October 9.
Former MTV star Lo Bosworth stopped by Chobani's pop-up shop in New York City on Tuesday morning for the #StopBadBreakfast campaign and was excited to talk about the collaboration as well as her love for food.
When Jessica Alba isn’t making a movie or walking a red carpet, the Hollywood star is in the office just like most of us. The mother of two has made it her goal to offer people a safer and healthier lifestyle with The Honest Company.
Mountain Dew's Green Label Gallery recently came to Brooklyn's House of Vans and featured an array of original art from emerging artists who submitted their work in a very 21st century way.
It's been 20 years since Nas released Illmatic, one of the most pivotal albums in hip-hop history. To celebrate the album and its message, first-time filmmakers One9 and Erik Parker released a powerful documentary titled Nas: Time is Illmatic.
Carter was taken aback by the rapper's tweet, which read "I wonder what Aaron Carter is doin right now," but was also thrilled - he told Enstars.com that Wiz would be his dream collaboration.
The creators of 'Coraline' and 'Paranorman' are back, with a quirky take on Alan Snow's 2006 novel 'Here Be Monsters!' in 'The Boxtrolls.'
Celebrities, cultural icons and celebrated activists gathered to celebrate the life of legendary actress Ruby Dee in Harlem.
Fergie, Russell Simmons, 50 Cent and T.I. are among the 400 public figures who joined HeadCount's campaign this year to encourage citizens to register to vote.
In the part two of our Enstars Exclusive, "Mary Mary" talks more about their new season and new projects from both of the ladies.