Fifteen years ago, actress Kathy Bates was diagnosed with stage 1 ovarian cancer and immediately underwent surgery followed by nine difficult months of chemotherapy. She went right back to work following the operation, struggling through the exhaustion and telling no one.
Jessica Lange, 69, has built an incredibly diverse and prolific acting portfolio since her break-out Golden Globe-winning performance in the 1976 remake of King Kong.
Olivia Newton-John, who turns 70 today, on September 26th, had a fascinating start to her life. She was born in Cambridge, England, to a Welsh father, Brinley (“Bryn”) Newton-John, and a Berlin-born mother. Her mother, Irene Helene, was the eldest child of the Nobel Prize-winning atomic physicist Max Born.
Friends for more than three decades, Meryl Streep, 69, and Tracy Ullman, 58, recently hit the red carpet together looking sleek and stylish at the Tribeca TV Festival at Spring Studios in New York City.
Back in 2016, Robert Redford, 82, declared that after completing two films that he was currently working on, he would officially be retiring from acting.
After more than eight years of creative, casting, and directorial issues, Bohemian Rhapsody, a film celebrating the journey and rise to fame of the band Queen and their extraordinary lead singer, Freddie Mercury, is finally about to hit theaters – and fans can’t wait.
Cher, 72, is known for her incredible voice, elaborate performances, and extremely fit physique – among many other things.
And even though staying healthy is obviously a top priority for the famed songstress, everyone deserves a little bit of indulging from time to time, including Cher!
After 30 years of marriage, Rita Wilson, 61, proves that she still wants to look her best when it comes to a night out on the town with her husband, Tom Hanks.
In recent weeks, the longtime lovebirds have been spotted stepping out on the town for several date-night events, with Wilson showing off some incredibly stylish looks.
Erotic fiction plays a large role in Book Club, the recently released film starring Jane Fonda, 80, alongside Diane Keaton, Candace Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen.