"This is one of my favorite #yogaposes, the shoulder stand, that stretches my lower spine and legs," Berry wrote on Instagram.
"I also wasn't like, in a huge hurry to debunk it!" the Hunger Games star cheekily told host Andy Cohen when asking about Brad Pitt dating rumours.
The 70-year-old former NFL player opened up to his former book publisher Judith Regan.
Hollywood clairvoyant Tyler Henry describes the encounter with the spirit of the late King Of Pop as 'fascinating'.
Safaree Samuels opened up about the couple's tumultuous relationship during a recent appearance on The Casey Crew Podcast.
This Sunday Hollywood legends Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway will get a second chance at handing out the Best Picture Oscar.
The swimwear designer continues to defy her age.
Other disgusting dishes on the table were chicken feet, pickled pigs' feet juice, hot sauce and other weird items.
Grime star made the epic blunder as he accepted his award for Best RnB, Hip Hop or Grime act.
"We've been building this relationship slowly over the course of the seasons, so you start to talk about what you feel like you owe the fans and what they'll be satisfied with," Holland said.
The couple are set to get married on 19 May at St George's Chapel in front of a very big crowd.
Beauty blogger Kadeeja Khan, who is open about her struggle with acne, was told, "L'Oréal can't be working with people with skin issues."
Hunger Games star Amandla Stenberg has revealed how she took herself out of the running for a major role in Marvel's Black Panther because she's bi-racial.
The aspiring actress, 29, said she would rather "not go into it" when it comes to speaking about her ex-boyfriend.
"I have seen a lot of craziness at the Playboy Mansion. He had a lot of women around. There were these big TV screens with crazy things going on..." Anderson said.
Victoria Beckham is said to be unhappy about her son Brooklyn training Mixed Martial Arts in Manhattan.
Lorenzo Gilyard cut the interview short and walked off after Piers Morgan's no-nonsense questioning.
British actor, who is best known for his role as Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, says audiences are ready for more diversity in films.