Superstar singer Mary J. Blige discusses her new CD "A Mary Christmas" which includes guest artists like Barbra Streisand and Marc Anthony.
Julia Roberts says she'd rather get into a physical fistfight than fight on social media because internet is too mean.
Chef Susan Feniger makes a beef brisket recipe that can be the centerpiece of your holiday dinner!
The extraordinary Mary J. Blige performs "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" from her new album "A Mary Christmas!"
This new daytime talk show will feature a panel of well-known news and entertainment personalities who will examine topical events and contemporary issues through the eyes of mothers. The daily, one-hour series will be co-hosted by Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Holly Robinson Peete, Leah Remini and Marissa Jaret Winokur. The co-hosts-moms with children ranging in age from infant to adult-will swap stories, challenge each other on issues and engage the studio audience and viewers at home about events in the headlines and their own homes through the lens of motherhood. Show segments will include guest interviews with entertainers and newsmakers, live remotes from the field and personal home footage shot by the co-hosts themselves. The show was developed by Gilbert, who also serves as executive producer.
Courtney Love lost her phone in a cab only to discover it was found by a NY Times columnist. The hosts share their own "lost and found" stories.
Rocker Joan Jett shares her take on Miley Cyrus who has said that she's always looked up to the rock and roll legend.
Newlywed Kristen Bell says her new husband Dax Shepard wouldn't have been attractive to her in the past. The hosts discuss if their type has changed since high school.
Joan Jett and The Blackhearts perform "Any Weather" from her latest album "Unvarnished."
Chef Lourdes Castro shares some light and flavorful dishes for a festive holiday tapas party.
Lifestyle expert Chi-Lan Lieu reveals gifts your kids will want to find under the tree.
Il Volo performs a holiday classic, "O Holy Night" from their new CD, "Buon Natale: The Christmas Album."
Nick Lachey is taking a break from his show "The Sing-Off" to help us celebrate the season of giving in a game called, "St. Nick's Ho Ho Hum-Off."
In the new film "Her," Joaquin Phoenix plays a shy, withdrawn writer who falls in love with his talking computer The hosts discuss if they could fall in love with a computer-simulated human.
"The Sing-Off" Nick Lachey shares stories about being a dad and releasing a new lullaby album inspired by his son, Camden. He also discusses turning the big 4-0 and touring again with 98 Degrees.