Justin Bieber is exploring his recent spiritual awakening, but does it involve leaving music for good? Also, Selena Gomez can't seem to leave The Weeknd behind, even when she's with her girls. Why? Plus, who will win between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift at the 2017 MTV VMAs? Find out in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
A professional photographer takes her love of Disney to a whole new level, one of miniature size. Karen Marie of California organized a photo shoot of newborns to dress up as Disney princesses. Belle, Snow White and of course Sleeping Beauty were part of the ensemble. The costumes were custom-made, but the babies were fussy, so she needed four assistants to get those fairytale glamour shots. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki (https://twitter.com/LDVNews) has more.
Angelina Jolie has used her power, influence and wealth to serve as a humanitarian and philanthropist, and now she hopes to pass that goodwill on to her six children.
Backstage at rehearsals for the Hollywood Bowl production of "Mamma Mia!," Dove Cameron talks with Access Hollywood and shares if her boyfriend, Thomas Doherty, will be watching her in the musical. Plus, would she collaborate with him on projects in the future?
A jury has found that Michael Jackson's estate owes Quincy Jones $9.4 million in royalties and production fees from "Billie Jean," "Thriller" and more of the superstar's biggest hits
'Descendants' fans and viewers are up in arms over a possibly deleted scene in 'Descendants 2,' because a kiss scene between two male characters was left on the cutting room floor. Disney has stated that the scene was improvised and not part of the official script, but should they have left it in anyway? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Fifth Harmony has spoken…in their latest interview the girl group finally responded to Camila Cabello unfollowing all of them AND the band account on social media. I want to hear your thoughts on Camila unfollowing the girls? Do you think it was necessary or too dramatic? Talk it out down there in the comments.
Maire Hollo, 88, was as calm as could be as she prepared to skydive over Toronto, Canada. The grandmother of three, and great-grandmother of six, says this is her second soaring feat. At 84, she hung off the side of the tallest building in the city. She's showing others it's never too late to check things off your bucket list. InsideEdition.com's Lisa Voyticki (https://twitter.com/LDVNews) has more.