In part two of their Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist, “Only Murders in the Building” stars Steve Martin and Martin Short open up about getting to work together professionally while maintaining their friendship for 35 years. “We got along instantly,” Martin says. “We immediately bonded through laughter – and Scrabble,” Short adds.
A quick look at the headlines this week might cause you to do a double take at the calendar. The return of ‘Blue’s Clues’ original host, the latest installment of ‘The Matrix,’ and a new television series on former President Bill Clinton’s impeachment have many people revisiting the past. David Litt, former Obama speechwriter, Politico’s Eugene Daniels, and NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe joined NBC’s Joshua Johnson to discuss why we may need nostalgia now more than ever.
The former first lady talks with Robin Roberts in her first interview since the inauguration about a new version of her bestselling memoir, “Becoming,” for young readers.
Katy Perry is getting ready for motherhood! The singer joined Hits Radio to promote her upcoming album “Smile,” where she joked that she isn’t sure whether the album or her baby will drop first. Katy also gushed over her fiance Orlando Bloom and his knack for fatherhood, and revealed the sweet nickname she’s given to her unborn daughter.
Jamie Lynn Spears, Sean Flynn, Erin Sanders, Paul Butcher & more alums from the Nickelodeon hit show “Zoey 101” catch up over Zoom after 12 years with “E! News.” Watch!
“Being part of the LGBGQ+ community is not a hinderance to anything. You can still be successful,” Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon told John Quiñones about coming out as a young gay athlete.
Jon Hamm voices a father meeting his daughter’s boyfriend, flipping the stereotypes of the encounter on their head, in this adaptation of Sophie Kohn’s Daily Shouts column.
Former XFL QB Jordan Ta’amu links up with his former Ole Miss teammate and Bills tight end Dawson Knox on a jet ski.
KJ Apa is the latest star to join TikTok! The “Riverdale” actor recently posted his fourth-ever video on the app, and his shirtless dance certainly caught the attention of fans. Plus, the 23-year-old hilariously revealed on his Instagram stories that TikTok is taking over his life!
Actress Kristen Bell shares the inspiration behind her new children’s book, “The World Needs More Purple People.” “This book is trying to point kids toward their fellow humans and see friends rather than enemies,” she says.