Supermodel Nicole Trunfio is featured on the cover of the June issue of Elle Australia breastfeeding her son Zion. It's the first time the fashion mag has ever featured a breastfeeding woman, and Trunfio wrote on Instagram that she hopes it reduces the stigma of the act. "There is nothing more powerful and beautiful than motherhood," she wrote.
Bill Cosby has been sued by model Janice Dickinson for defamation, saying he hurt her professionally and personally after denying her rape accusation and calling her a liar. "I want justice done. I want Lisa Bloom (her lawyer) to depose Bill Cosby, get him on the stand and in front of a jury and let the law decide."
David Letterman signed off from "Late Night" for the last time on Wednesday, saying "Thank you for everything, you've given me everything" to his fans. Letterman's run on the program lasted 33 years. "These people collectively," he added with respect to his crew, "deserve more credit for this show than I ever will." The night also featured a musical tribute from the Foo Fighters.
Food Network host Sandra Lee underwent a double mastectomy after revealing her breast cancer diagnosis on "Good Morning America" last week. The host released an image from the hospital via Facebook in which she is joking with her boyfriend, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The pair are both seen in hospital gowns and Lee is playfully adjusting her surgical cap.
A winner has been chosen for season eight of "The Voice and it's 16-year-old Sawyer Fredericks. Fredericks, a member of Team Pharrell Williams, was in the final four along with Team Blake Shelton's Meghan Linsey, Team Adam Levine's Joshua Davis, and Koryn Hawthorne, also from Team Pharrell. Linsey came in second, with Davis in third and Hawthorne in fourth.
Maya Rudolph made a splash as the commencement address speaker at Tulane University's recent graduation ceremony. The "SNL" veteran, who is known for her impersonation of Beyoncé, broke into that character during the speech. As the speech went on, Rudolph broke into a portion of the national anthem but swapped the lyrics with those from Beyoncé songs.
Taye Diggs has signed on to appear in the leading role of the long running Broadway musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch." Diggs will take over for "Glee" star Darren Criss for a twelve-week run beginning on July 22. He will be the first black actor to appear in the role. Though Diggs is best known for his role on "Private Practice" and the movie "The Best Man," he is actually a Broadway vet.
Wiz Khalifa hit the stage at the Billboard music awards over the weekend in a special tribute to late "Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker. The rapper was introduced by fellow MC and "Fast & Furious" supporting actor Ludacris along with Tyrese. Khalifa offered up a rendition of his hit track "See You Again" at the awards show, which took place in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 17.
Louis C.K. has come under fire for jokes he made on the season finale of "Saturday Night Live." During his opening monologue, the comedian delivered jokes about "mild" racism and the rationale behind child molestation. One Twitter user took offense to C.K.'s topics, writing "I get it comedy is meant to be edgy. I just don't find jokes about child molestation funny."
Ellie Goulding has become a worldwide force in pop, aided by the appearance of her hit single "Love Me Like You Do" on the soundtrack for 50 Shades Of Grey. Here are 6 stats you may not have known about her.
Jane Fonda recently opened up about her sexual history on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." The stark admissions came during a game of "Never Have I Ever," in which Fonda revealed that she has made out with a man half her age and hooked up with someone in a bathroom at a party. Things got really interesting though when it came to the mile-high club.
Blues legend B.B. King has passed away in Las Vegas, his attorney announced. He was 89. King, who was diagnosed with diabetes nearly 30 years ago, was hospitalized last month due to dehydration. Last October, he was forced to cancel eight tour dates for dehydration and exhaustion. "B.B. King was one of the few classic blues artists to have songs on mainstream radio," said guitarist Joe Perry.
The 1996 horror-thriller "The Craft" is getting re-booted with direction from Leigh Janiak ("Honeymoon"). The director plans on refocusing the film to center on female empowerment. Janiak will co-write the script with Phil Graziadei, who also co-wrote her breakthrough movie "Honeymoon." According to The Hollywood Reporter, Janiak impressed Sony executives with her take.
Harry Shearer, the voice of Mr. Burns and many other characters on "The Simpsons," has left the show because of a contract dispute. The actor and comedian announced the news on Twitter, quoting the lawyer of executive producer James L. Brooks, "From James L. Brooks' lawyer: 'show will go on, Harry will not be part of it, wish him the best . . . This because I wanted what we've always had . . ."