After passing away from an unexpected death at the age of 82 on Wednesday (April 18), Dick Clark is being remembered by someone who truly idolized him, Ryan Seacrest.
After hearing of the heartbreaking news, Seacrest expressed his sadness and condolences on his website, explaining, "I am deeply saddened by the loss of my dear friend Dick Clark. He has truly been one of the greatest influences in my life. I idolized him from the start, and I was graced early on in my career with his generous advice and counsel."
The “Monster” actress began, “It’s been amazing, the amount of emails and congratulations. Everyone’s just been so lovely, so it’s been really nice. I didn’t think I would be a fan of the swaddling, but the swaddling is pretty amazing. It looks a bit like a straight jacket, but for some reason they just love it.”
After narrowing down the field to thirteen remaining hopefuls, "American Idol" threw a big party on Thursday night (March 1) to celebrate the triumphant contestants left on Season 11 of the hit FOX show.
Joining in on the festivities held at The Grove was lovely co-judge Jennifer Lopez, who looked fabulous in a dress by Randi Rahm paired with Christian Louboutin shoes and H. Stern jewelry.
He’s having a great day as an official 18-year-old, and Justin Bieber called into Ryan Seacrest’s radio show to give an update on his crazy life.
Regarding the rumors that he was getting an inner-lip tattoo, the “Baby” singer explained, “No, no, no, no. I think they wash out in like a year anyway. I don’t know if I’d go through the pain of getting one on my lip.”
You never know what’s going to happen when Sasha Baron Cohen is in the house, and Ryan Seacrest ended up on the losing end of the exchange yesterday (February 26).
The “American Idol” host was doing red carpet interviews at the 44th Academy Awards when the “Borat” actor approached him dressed as his character from “The Dictator,” and carrying what he claimed to be the ashes of late North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il.
With news of her passing quickly spreading throughout the celebrity world, a long list of stars have taken to Twitter to offer up words regarding the death of Whitney Houston.
The comments come as it has sadly been reported that the "I Will Always Love You" singer was found unresponsive at the Beverly Hilton hotel on Saturday (February 11) while being pronounced dead at 3:55PM.