Simon Cowell has returned serve as a judge on "America's Got Talent." The 56-year-old took two years off from the show has now come back to join other judges Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel and host Nick Cannon. "The first audition was an 83-year-old woman standing on her head singing the national anthem. I thought, 'OK, I'm back,' " he says.
Khloe Kardashian has once again filed for divorce from Lamar Odom. E! News reports that Kardashian has filed for divorce with the help of attorney Laura Wasser. She cited "irreconcilable differences," once again, as the reason for the split. A source tells E! News, "Khloe is looking forward to moving on."
After 15 months of marriage, Amber Heard has filed for divorce from Johnny Depp. Court records show that Heard believes the couple have "irreconcilable differences" and that Heard is seeking spousal support from Depp. It's believed Depp and Heard did not have a pre-nuptial agreement. The two made headlines last year when they illegally brought their two dogs to Australia.
Former child star Alisan Porter, who starred in the 1991 film "Curly Sue," has won Season 10 of "The Voice." She beat out Adam Wakefield to take home the coveted crown. "I have retired Curly Sue, she is dead! I am now the girl who won "The Voice,"" Porter told reporters after taking home the crown in the season 10 finale.
"America's Next Top Model" winner Nyle DiMarco has been crowned the winner of Season 22 of "Dancing With the Stars," beating out UFC fighter Paige VanZant and "GMA" meteorologist Ginger Zee. VanZant placed second while Zee, who suffered an injury and was on the fence about even dancing in the final episode, came in third.
Bill Cosby arrived in court for a preliminary hearing to face drug and sexual assault charges on Tuesday morning. The former TV star was accused of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple employee Andrea Constand in 2004. He smiled, waved and he tripped slightly as he walked into the courtroom.
Alan Young, who most famously starred opposite a talking horse on the classic sitcom "Mr. Ed," died in Woodland Hills, California. He was 96. Young played architect Wilbur Post on the fondly remembered sitcom, which ran on CBS from 1961-1966. He went on to star in episodes of "The Love Boat," "Murder, She Wrote," "St. Elsewhere," "Coach" and "Party Of Five."