{FD} Mario Batali cut from ABC’s ‘The Chew’

Famed chef Mario Batali has been fired from ABC’s “The Chew” following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct.

{FD} Ed Sheeran talks two years without a cell phone

The “Perfect” singer took to Instagram to celebrate two years without a phone by sharing his 2015 post about “taking a break” with followers.

{FD} Mark Wahlberg named 2017’s most overpaid actor by Forbes

Mark Wahlberg made big bucks for his movies this year, but Forbes thinks he wasn’t worth the big paychecks.

{FD} Biggest celebrity losers of 2017: From Harvey Weinstein to Ben Affleck

It’s no secret that 2017 has felt like a divisive year all around. However, some managed to claw their way to the New Year more unscathed than others.

{FD} ‘Star Wars’ star Daisy Ridley: Rey ‘doesn’t quite know what is going through her mind’

Daisy Ridley reprises the role of Rey in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

{FD} Philip Seymour Hoffman’s partner Mimi O’Donnell details late actor’s horrifying drug addiction

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s longtime partner Mimi O’Donnell detailed on Wednesday the late actor’s struggle with drug addiction and how she and their children have coped with the death.

{FD} George Clooney once gifted 14 friends $1M each, Rande Gerber says

George Clooney loves his friends so much — and showing it in a major way.

{FD} Reporter: NFL Network exec asked ‘Do you plan on getting knocked up?’

As disturbing allegations of sexual misconduct mount against several NFL Network employees, Tuesday on Instagram broadcaster Lindsay McCormick detailed her experience with a network executive.

{FD} John Stamos, fiancee Caitlin McHugh expecting their first child

John Stamos and fiancee Caitlin McHugh announce the pregnancy of their first child.

{FD} Celebs congratulate Doug Jones after he defeats Roy Moore in Alabama

Several celebrities reacted to the news of Democratic Alabama Senate candidate Doug Jones defeating Republican Roy Moore in a special election Tuesday night.

{FD} Food Network’s Sunny Anderson agrees to pay stylist $4K after Emmy disagreement

“Food Network” chef Sunny Anderson agreed pay $4,000 after being sued in Brooklyn small-claims court for failing to pay a stylist who dressed her for the “Daytime Emmy Awards.”

{FD} ‘Walking Dead’ star’s father blasts show for what they did to his son days before his birthday

“The Walking Dead’s” star Chandler Riggs, who portrayed Carl Grimes on the show, was reportedly fired two weeks before his 18th birthday.

{FD} Keaton Jones controversy builds as questions swirl around mom’s social media and fundraising accounts

The GoFundMe Page for Keaton Jones has been suspended in the wake of confusion and controversy surrounding the middle school boy’s mother, Kimberly Jones, social media accounts.

{FD} Keaton Jones’ mom denies she is using bullied son’s video for money, addresses Confederate flag pics

Keaton Jones went viral after revealing the pain and anguish he experienced being bullied at school.

{FD} Corey Feldman plays lost 1993 audio tape where he names alleged Hollywood sex predator

Corey Feldman shared excerpts of his 1993 audio recordings on the “Dr. Oz Show” on Monday.

{FD} Katie Couric will respond to Matt Lauer ‘Today’ Show scandal when she’s ‘ready’

On Friday, Couric posted a photo with her daughter on Instagram with a caption expressing her thoughts on the recent scandal.

{FD} ‘Frasier’ star Kelsey Grammer forgives his sister’s killer but won’t ‘advocate for his freedom’

“Frasier” star Kelsey Grammer opens up about the brutal death of his younger sister and the loss of other family members in an interview with BBC Radio 4.

{FD} Bella Thorne says she was molested: ‘The world can be a sick place’

Bella Thorne made a shocking revelation to her fans on social media.

{FD} Corey Feldman to appear on Dr. Oz with new tapes proving he named sexual predators in testimony

Dr. Oz will release the lost Corey Feldman detective tapes about his alleged sexual abuse proving that the former child star did in fact share the name of his accusers when questioned by police in 1993.

{FD} Armie Hammer apologizes for comments about Casey Affleck, sexual assault

Armie Hammer apologized on Friday for commenting on Casey Affleck’s sexual harassment cases while attempting to call out Hollywood’s double standard in an interview last month.