The Voice's Luke Wade and Mia Z are using their talent for a good cause.
The singers have teamed up with Susan G. Komen and Texas Christian University's Frogs for the Cure to cover Ashford & Simpson's iconic 1966 song "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
Saturday Night Live is getting a new, fresh face.
Jon Rudnitsky, a 25-year-old stand-up comedian from New Jersey, will join the cast of the NBC show for season 41, according to Variety.
NBC said in a statement that Rudnitsky, who appeared in the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal this year, will join the sketch comedy show as a featured player, NBC News reports.
In recent months, the Duggars have found themselves mired in scandal.
The initial scandal broke in May, when a 2006 police report revealed that Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's eldest son Josh had molested five underage girls as a teen. Two of his sisters, Jill (Duggar) Dillard and Jessa (Duggar) Seewald subsequently stepped forward as two of the victims.
Following the news, TLC officially canceled the family's reality show, 19 Kids and Counting, after nine seasons.
In his statement regarding the molestation scandal, Josh claimed his mistakes were in the past – but three months later, reports revealed that he had signed up for Ashley Madison, a website that facilitates extramarital affairs. On Aug. 20, Josh and his parents broke their silence about the scandal with a statement in which Josh called himself "the biggest hypocrite ever" and confessed to a secret pornography addiction, as well as to cheating on his wife Anna.
Six days later, the Duggars announced Josh had checked himself into rehab.
While Josh and his parents deal with the recent scandals surrounding the family (Jessa recently told PEOPLE, "You just have to keep your focus and trust God"), the rest of the vast brood has largely stayed under the radar.
Here's a quick guide to what we know about the 19 children of Jim Bob, 50, and Michelle, 48.
It's official: "Honey, I'm Good" crooner Andy Grammer will compete on the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars.
The exciting news was announced through the popular celebrity dancing competition's official Twitter account Monday.
"What's up guys, Andy Grammer here," the 31-year-old said in a video shared with the tweet. "The rumors are true – I'm doing Dancing With the Stars. Check me out on Sept. 14."
Caitlyn Jenner says that before she came out as a transgender woman, she had "totally isolated" herself from the trans community. Meeting others like her, she says, has been "an eye-opening experience." Touched by their harrowing but often inspiring stories of survival, Jenner, 65, has partnered with WhoSay to release a weekly series of editorials called "The Real Me" that shine a light on the issues and people in the LGBT community.
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