At a recent meeting of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors in California, former "James Bond" actor Pierce Brosnan gave an impassioned statement on how the fires have affected his community. Coldplay frontman Chris Martin asked officials for more aid for his neighbors as first responders battle the Woolsey Fire and people seek to rebuild.
YouTube star Lilly Singh is taking a break from the social platform that made her popular. The 30-year-old Canadian has been making videos for her 14 million subscribers for eight years, sometimes twice a week. In a nearly eight minute video, Singh, who's also known as "Superwoman," says first and foremost she'll focus on her mental health and that YouTube has changed since her debut almost a decade ago. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon () has more.
In 1999, the members of NSYNC were on their way to the top of the pop world. But during their busy tour schedule, they made time for one superfan. The stars met a 16-year-old girl, Tori, who has from a rare condition called Williams syndrome, a developmental disorder that can cause learning difficulties. Some people with the condition also have an affinity for music. Inside Edition arranged for Tori to meet her heroes, and she impressed them with her piano and songwriting skills.
Serena Williams should be celebrating being named GQ Woman of the Year, but social media is in an uproar over the magazine's cover. The word "woman" appears in quotes, as though to question her gender. Some deemed it offensive. The magazine hasn’t commented, but Mick Rouse, a research manager for GQ, offered an explanation on Twitter, pointing to the fact that the graphic was handwritten by designer Virgil Abloh, who is known for putting quotes around words, even signing his own name in quotes.
A California vineyard that features exotic animals is facing criticism for not evacuating them amid the raging wildfires. Malibu Wine Safaris is home to Stanley the Giraffe, who appeared in "The Hangover Part III," as well as other animals. When the flames approached, they were left behind. Comedian Whitney Cummings snuck onto the property after fire tore through the area to check on Stanley's well-being. "Shame on you,” she wrote on Instagram, showing just how close the blaze got to Stanley.
Comic book legend Stan Lee has died. Lee was known as the man behind the Marvel universe, responsible for such characters as Spider-Man, Black Panther, Iron Man and Captain America, among many others. He was a well-known pop-culture figure, a regular at comic conventions, red carpets, and anywhere people talk about comic books and comic heroes.
Crocs are popular with gardeners, kitchen workers and, it would seem, music stars. Post Malone recently designed a set of Crocs for the legendary footwear company. The special edition immediately sold out on the Crocs website. To see what all the fuss is about, InsideEdition.com asked sneaker reviewer Seth Fowler to try out the Post Malone Crocs. The Crocs boast a unique printed design, as well as their own special set of Jibbitz, or charms.
Alaina Housley, the 18-year-old niece of former Fox News correspondent Adam Housley and "Sister Sister” star Tamara Mowry, died in the California bar shooting Wednesday night. Housley's passing was confirmed Thursday afternoon following a frantic search for the teenager after the shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill. The Pepperdine University freshman was last seen with friends inside the establishment when the gunman opened fire just before midnight in Thousand Oaks, California.
Ariana Grande got choked up performing her new song about her former lovers on “Ellen.” Grande was there to debut "Thank U, Next,” which references her former flames, including her ex-fiance, Pete Davidson, the late Mac Miller, and rapper Big Sean. Dressed in white, the 25-year-old stayed on a “First Wives Club” theme as she and her dancers performed on stage, which resembled a wedding reception. She became emotional singing about her family.
It’s been 10 years since Barack Obama was elected as the 44th president of the United States. In his best seller, “Dreams From My Father,” Obama wrote that when he arrived in New York City to study at Columbia University he could not get access to the apartment he was renting. With his luggage, he found an alley on 109th street and spent the night in August 1981. In 2008, Inside Edition visited the alley to recount the story.