(ROSWELL, Ga.) -- Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, was transported to a Georgia hospital on Saturday morning after she was found unresponsive.
Police responded to a 911 call at a home in Roswell, Georgia; Bobbi's husband Nick Gordon and a friend had discovered her in the tub and had begun CPR. When police arrived on scene, they started life-saving measures until rescue personnel arrived.
Bobbi, 21, was transported to North Fulton Hospital. Police are still on the scene investigating the incident.
On February 11, 2012, Bobbi's mother Whitney Houston was found unconscious...Read more
(PHOENIX) -- Idina Menzel knows that in addition to betting on who wins Sunday's Super Bowl, people are also placing fun bets -- so-called "prop bets" -- on things like how long it'll take her to sing the national anthem or if she'll forget the words.
For the record, she's fine with that -- in fact, she's willing to help folks win their bets if she possibly can.
"Oh, I love it. If they’re talking about me at the Super Bowl, I like it!" Menzel told ABC News. "I can’t help them though because I haven’t timed it yet! But I’ve been promising some people, if they let me know, I can maybe, like, glance up at the clock ...Read more
(NEW YORK) -- Mariah Carey’s former live-in nanny slapped the world famous superstar and her estranged husband Nick Cannon with a lawsuit this week, claiming they owe her money for unpaid overtime.
Simonette DeCosta and her attorneys filed the suit in New York district court on Wednesday.
According to the suit, DeCosta was the full-time nanny for Carey and Cannon's 3-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, from October 2013 through her termination on Jan. 26, 2014. She was paid between $3,000 and $3,600 twice a month, the suit claims, and even traveled with Carey on international trips to take care of the children.
(NEW YORK) -- American Sniper star Sienna Miller said from the very first conversation she had with Taya Kyle that she felt "very close to" Chris Kyle's widow.
The 33-year-old British actress portrayed Taya in this year's Oscar nominated film, which chronicles Chris and his four tours of duty as a Navy SEAL sniper in Iraq. It also focuses on how Kyle readjusted back into life after war, including his family.
"I felt like I understood her," Miller told People magazine. "We Skyped and she told me stories about how they met and ...Read more
(NEW YORK) -- Rosie Perez is indeed returning to ABC's The View.
The actress will make her return Tuesday, alongside guests comedian Martin Short, and Fresh Off the Boat stars Randall Park and Hudson Yang.
Perez took a break to rehearse for Larry David's forthcoming Broadway play, Fish in the Dark, which begins with previews in early February before it officially opens the following month. She had already been scheduled to take time off from The View this month for rehearsals.
Her break sparked reports that Perez was leaving the daytime talk show for good. Co-host Rosie O’Donnell came to her defense ...Read more
(LOS ANGELES) -- Marion "Suge" Knight, arrested and booked on suspicion of murder on Friday over a fatal crash Thursday in Compton, California, has a long history as a rap pioneer, as well as a long history of trouble.
The ex-head of Death Row Records has been in the spotlight on and off since the early 1990s, supporting iconic artists on his former label such as Snoop Dogg and Tupac Shakur.
But there's more to Knight's story than his influence as a hip-hop mogul, or even his reported connection with an East Coast-West Coast rap feud that may have led to the deaths of Shakur and Bad Boy Records rapper Biggie Smalls.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Katherine Jackson has lost her appeal against AEG Live.
California's Court of Appeals on Friday affirmed a jury's 2013 judgment in Jackson's wrongful death suit and awarded AEG costs on appeal.
"Today in a strongly worded opinion, the California Court of Appeal agreed with what a unanimous jury found: AEG was in no way responsible for the tragic death of Michael Jackson," AEG Attorney Marvin Putnam told ABC News in a statement.
Katherine Jackson and her three grandchildren, Prince, Paris, and Blanket, sued AEG Live in 2010, claiming the company was negligent in hiring the King of Pop's doctor, ...Read more
(NEW YORK) -- Shakira is a mother for the second time.
The singer confirmed on her website Friday that she and her partner, soccer star Gerard Piqué, have welcomed their second child, a boy.
"We are happy to announce the birth of Sasha Piqué Mebarak, son of Shakira Mebarak and Gerard Piqué, born January 29 at 9:54pm, in Barcelona," reads the message on Shakira's website. "The name Sasha is of Greek and Russian descent and means 'defender of mankind' and 'warrior.' The hospital confirmed that both mother and child are in excellent health."
(NEW YORK) — Eddie Murphy has not appeared on Saturday Night Live, the show that launched his career, in over three decades, but that will soon change.
The comedian has revealed he will appear on the sketch-comedy program's 40th anniversary special, scheduled to air on NBC on Feb. 15.
When asked about his extended absence from the SNL stage during a phone interview with TV One's News One Now, Murphy commented, "It's just timing. It just never worked out where the timing was right for me to do it. ...They're ...Read more
(NEW YORK) — Disney Junior has a new princess.
Princess Elena of Avalor, a "confident and compassionate teenager," will be introduced next year as Disney's first Latina princess, Nancy Kanter, executive vice president and general manager of Disney Junior Worldwide, announced Thursday.
"Our creative team has delivered a universal story with themes that authentically reflect the hopes and dreams of our diverse audience," she said. "What excites us most is the chance to use distinctive animation and visual design to tell wonderful stories influenced by culture and traditions that are familiar to the worldwide population ...Read more
(LOS ANGELES) — Rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was arrested and booked for murder Friday and held on $2 million bail over a fatal crash Thursday in Compton, California, authorities said.
Knight's attorney said he was behind the wheel in the accident, which killed one man and injured another.
The Death Row Records founder apparently got in a fight on the set of a promotional shoot for the biopic Straight out of Compton, about the group NWA.
According to attorney James Blatt, Knight claims he was attacked by two people and while driving away, he struck his friend with his vehicle, killing him. Another man
(LOS ANGELES) — The "deflate-gate" mystery has finally been solved.
A bevy of celebrity Bostonians -- including Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Steven Tyler, John Krasinski and Chris Evans -- appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday, defending the New England Patriots and taking responsibility for underinflating the team’s footballs in its AFC championship game win.
Quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick have faced criticism amid the controversy, which has taken attention away from Sunday’s Super Bowl XLIX matchup between the Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. A Patriots locker room attendant ...Read more
(NEW YORK) — Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:
Project Almanac -- Teens discover a time machine that causes some serious problems for them and the rest of the world. Jonny Weston, Sofia Black-D'Elia, Sam Lerner, Allen Evangelista and Ginny Gardner star. Rated PG-13.
Black or White -- Kevin Costner plays Elliot, a ...Read more
(NEW YORK) — Inspired by actual events, Black or White stars Kevin Costner as wealthy lawyer Elliot Anderson. When we first meet him, he’s waiting in a hospital, alone, having just found out his wife was killed in a car accident. He is simply a broken man. Now he has to go home and live with the news for the night before he tells his young granddaughter, Eloise (Jillian Estell).
We soon learn that Elliot and his wife had been raising Eloise, whose father was African-American, because her mother, their daughter, died during childbirth. Following the funeral, we meet Eloise’s other grandmother, ...Read more
(NEW YORK) -- Project Almanac. Great -- another “found footage” movie. Did we really need another one of these?
Mind you, I love any premise that involves time travel, and Project Almanac likely exceeds whatever expectations you may have of it, based on the marketing campaign. But this story would’ve been so much better if these kids had traveled back to 1999 and sabotaged The Blair Witch Project. While I love that movie, it begat a found-footage epidemic in Hollywood for which there seems to be no cure.
But whatever. ...Read more