Jisoo, Lisa, Jennie and Rosé will be “together” again after YG Entertainment put out a statement on Wednesday confirming the stars contract renewal
‘I wanted to be so overrehearsed that I could be silly with the fans, and not lose my train of thought,’ performer admits
Swift opens up about their relationship, saying that Beyoncé’s support at her film premiere was ‘everything.’
Tyla has vowed to become the "biggest pop star" of her generation.
One of the biggest Chinese-language acts is in trouble over a rarely-enforced regulation.
The future was looking wobbly for the world’s biggest K-Pop group after months of contract negotiations
Swifties at Detroit's Jingle Ball concert were upset after Taylor Swift was teased as a surprise guest, but 'Trailor Swift' came out instead.
Mae Stephens is also one of the video-sharing network's "breakthrough artists of the year".
Rock singer-songwriter Denny Laine, best known for his stints in The Moody Blues and Wings, died Tuesday after suffering numerous "health setbacks."
Activists fear Hong Kong using coercion ‘methods used by mainland China’
Singapore actor Edwin Goh posted the surprise announcement on his Instagram, and received supportive comments from other local celebrities.
An adult man once hailed as a child prodigy in China has decided to depend on his parents and live his entire life without a regular job. Rise of the “prodigy”: Born in 1995, Zhang Xinyang first gained acclaim as the “little prodigy” when he was 2.5 years old for being able to read over 2,000 Chinese characters. At age 5, Zhang was enrolled in a primary school but was bumped to second grade in less than a month.
Kim Kardashian broke the internet (again) with the launch of the bra. Now, it's sold out.
The Blues were convincingly beaten by another struggling side
The onslaught on Gaza risks further destabilising the entire Middle East, says foreign affairs commentator Simon Tisdall
Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty ImagesAngelina Jolie and her children “had to heal” from the stress caused by the implosion of her marriage to Brad Pitt and the intense public scrutiny that followed, she told WSJ Magazine in a rare interview. “My body reacts very strongly to stress,” she says. “My blood sugar goes up and down. I suddenly had Bell’s palsy six months before my divorce.” Jolie filed for divorce in Sept. 2016; nearly a year later, she revealed for the first time that she’d fully recovered
When Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen launched missiles and hit three commercial ships in the southern Red Sea last weekend, it triggered an immediate question: Will the U.S. military strike back? The Houthis have sharply escalated their attacks against ships as they sail toward the narrow Bab el-Mandeb Strait. No one has been reported hurt in the Houthi incidents, although the commercial ships suffered some damage.
The California congressman — whose tumultuous time at the helm of the House GOP ended in an unprecedented recall vote — announced his impending retirement from the House in an op-ed on Wednesday
Ukraine warns any postponement of US aid creates ‘big risk’ it will lose war with Russia
Yang Guang's rise from a village farmer to an Audi-driving businessman with two properties hinged largely on one of the most coveted documents in China: an urban hukou, or residency permit. The 45-year-old who lives in the central city of Zhengzhou likens the permit - which typically ties a person's access to health, education, loans and other services to their birthplace - to a "cattle ear-tag the state clipped us with". When Zhengzhou in the early 2000s temporarily allowed those who bought an apartment to also qualify for a city hukou, Yang seized the opportunity, allowing him to register a business and open stores across Henan province's capital, transforming his fortunes.