Replacing Sharon Osbourne and Piers Morgan from last season, Heidi Klum and Melanie Brown are already hard at work at the judges' table of "America's Got Talent."
Joining veteran judges Howie Mandel and Howard Stern, the group will help determine who goes home with $1 million and a show on the Las Vegas strip.
For the third year in a row, The Hollywood Reporter released its list of the 35 Most Powerful People in Media.
The list encompasses "a mix of the A-list movers and shakers who control what we consume — an influence that extends to entertainment and much, much more."
Navigating her way through her agenda, Heidi Klum scurried around the streets of New York City this afternoon (April 9).
The German goddess also paid a visit to the Hammerstein Ballroom for some “America’s Got Talent” duties with fellow judges Howie Mandel, Howard Stern, and Melanie Brown.
Kicking off her week with some media duties, Heidi Klum showed up at Rockefeller Center in New York City this morning (April 8).
The “Project Runway” babe was in the house to promote her new season of “America’s Got Talent” on the “Today” show along with Howard Stern, Howie Mandel, Nick Cannon, and Melanie Brown.
Howard Stern's radio show has a knack for getting celebrities to spill lurid details about their personal lives, and Monday's (March 11) episode was no exception with guest Gerard Butler.
Getting straight to the nitty gritty, the hunky "Playing for Keeps" actor was asked about a certain "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star who claimed she slept with him.
He’s never been one to keep his mouth shut, and Howard Stern has made his opinion known with regard to the dispute between Clive Davis and Kelly Clarkson.
In Davis’ new book “The Soundtrack of My Life,” he slams the “American Idol” alum for writing her own music and crying when he didn’t want to include certain songs on her albums.
A few years back he married Katy Perry only to get divorced a short time later, and Russell Brand talked to Howard Stern about his ex’s current relationship with noted Lothario John Mayer.
Stern started in, “What do you make of your ex-wife dating John Mayer? Doesn’t she know that he’s a worse womanizer than you?” The “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” stud shot back, “Worse or better, depending on how you view it.”
He’s a proud native of the Brooklyn borough of New York City, and last night (October 30) Jimmy Kimmel had a fabulous homecoming.
The “Jimmy Kimmel Live” host broadcasted his show from his hometown and even gave folks an inside look at his upbringing.
It’s no secret that the East Coast is gearing up for some tough weather courtesy of Hurricane Sandy, and some of our favorite famous folks have shared their reactions to what’s to come.
In typical snarky fashion, Alec Baldwin tweeted, “Sandy… that b**ch!” while Jimmy Kimmel joked, “Starting to get windy here in #Brooklyn… I hope our shows don’t fly away.”
He has never been one to hold back and last week Howard Stern continued to let his audience know he was still not a fan of late night talk show host Jay Leno.
While doing his infamous radio show, the outspoken 58-year-old called Leno a "spineless maggot," which apparently led to harsh criticism from an NBC executive.