Vogue magazine sits down with the actress, asking her 73 questions in five minutes.
Matthew McConaughey reveals it was Jim Morrison, the late singer of The Doors, who provided the inspiration for his catchphrase.
Theresa Caputo, who claims to be able to communicate with the dead, visits TODAY to talk about the fifth season of her TLC series Long Island Medium and shows a preview in which she encounters a man at a wine tasting.
Known for such shows as Twin Peaks and Desperate Housewives, actor Kyle MacLachlan joins TODAY to chat about his complex character on NBC s new supernatural drama, Believe and gets tested on his knowledge of classic villains.
Actors Jake McLaughlin and Johnny Sequoyah join TODAY to chat about their new supernatural TV drama, Believe. Johnny, who s 11, talks about how she got into show biz at such an early age.
The TODAY anchors figure out their own Kevin Bacon numbers on this day marking 20 years since the 6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon game became a sensation, thanks to three Albright College students.
Actor Liam Neeson ripped New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio s plan to replace the iconic Central Park horses with electric cars, saying the horses are well cared-for and represent a connection with the past.
Dunham hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time, and partook in a hilarious Scandal parody. Weekend Update anchor Cecily Strong tweeted about how much she loved Dunham s performance. Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
The president was paying tribute to the singer at the Women of Soul concert on Thursday night when he messed up the spelling of her iconic tune.
While on The Arsenio Hall Show, the singer said his pet peeve is people touching his hair. He said it s mostly men who try to touch him.
Science superstar and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talks to TODAY about Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, a highly anticipated miniseries that promises to take viewers to new worlds while exploring the universe.
Atlanta-area millionaire Todd Chrisley stars in a new reality show called Chrisley Knows Best, which showcases his family s lavish lifestyle and Chrisley s own strict parenting. In one segment, Chrisley puts a boot on the tire of his son s car to teach the teen a lesson. Psychologist Jennifer Harstein, also a guest, explains why that may not be the best idea.
John Travolta is speaking out about his gaffe at the Academy Awards Sunday night, when he called singer Idina Menzel Adele Dazeem. Both the actor and the singer are saying let it go regarding the incident.
Singer Katy Perry did the weather forecast during a Tuesday morning visit to an Australian morning show, where she amusingly messed up the names of several cities.
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