Naked photos of Justin Bieber practically broke the internet yesterday, but is there a double standard in showing the photos? Beliebers are saying yes!
The Pro Football Now team discusses Andrew Luck's status going into Thursday night's matchup against the Houston Texans and looks at how the Colts can rebound from their slow start.
So, who wouldn’t want to be like Beyonce? Sing like her, dance like her… basically have her career? Well, you’re in luck! Beyonce's father, Matthew Knowles is holding a boot camp class for anyone who wants a career like his mega star daughter.
The Pro Football Now Team assesses the Dallas Cowboys' injuries and explains why they should wait until Tony Romo returns before getting Dez Bryant back on the field.
Ok there Katy Perry, a little TMI! Katy revealed some of her beauty preferences and gave us WAY too much information on how hairy she likes her men.
The Pro Football Now team reacts to Odell Beckham Jr.'s physical actions against the Buffalo Bills and explain why he needs to toughen up in order to lead the New York Giants.
Democrats pledge to block a Republican-proposed budget that would defund the FCC and cancel its newly enacted regulations on a neutral Internet.
Well, don’t be thinking you’ll see Daniel Craig as the legendary 007 anytime soon. The actor says he’d rather kill himself than do another James Bond movie.
Sports Illustrated's Don Banks shares three pieces of news that came out of the NFL owners meeting including the potential timetable for a team in Los Angeles.
Kim Zolciak Biermann reveals the reason behind her recent stroke. The reality star has a previously undetected hole in her heart.
Is Kris Jenner ready to walk down the aisle with her sexy boyfriend Chris Gamble? Khloe Kardashian asked that exact question in the latest 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' clip.
Kanye West has got some strong words for the fashion industry. The rapper says he’s discriminated against as a designer because he’s not gay.
Today on Pro Football Now, host Maggie Gray and co-host Amani Toomer welcome NFL Network analyst Brian Billick, Super Bowl XLIV champion Jonathan Vilma and 4-time Pro Bowler Tony Richardson.