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Bono on Discovering He Has a Half-Brother from His Late Father's Affair: 'I Love and Adore' Him
The U2 frontman said he was able to speak with his dad, Bob, about his half-brother's existence before his death in 2001
Ben Affleck's Son Samuel, 10, Accidentally Backs a Lamborghini into a BMW at L.A. Dealership
"[Ben] seemed upset about it," a source tells PEOPLE of the incident involving Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's son Samuel
Vanessa Hudgens Visits the Iconic School Featured in the High School Musical Series
Vanessa Hudgens played Gabriella Montez across three High School Musical films
Will Ferrell Dresses Up in Pink Tie on Set of Upcoming Barbie Movie with Margot Robbie
Barbie, written and directed by Greta Gerwig, is in theaters July 21, 2023
Here's What You Didn't See at the BET Awards 2022, from Post-Show Dinners to Backstage Hugs
The post-show place to be was the Los Angeles hotspot Craig's for stars like Lizzo and Bruno Mars
Nick Cannon Says He Has 'Failed So Many Times at Monogamy' Despite Being a 'Hopeless Romantic'
Nick Cannon says he would need to be with "someone who will understand me and can stand by me" to consider getting married again
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Justin Bieber Returns to the U.S. with Wife Hailey from Vacation Following Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome Diagnosis
The married couple travelled to the Bahamas for two weeks after Bieber was diagnosed with Ramsay-Hunt Syndrome and forced to postpone the U.S. leg of his Justice World Tour
Will Smith Wins Best Actor at BET Awards for King Richard 3 Months After Oscars Controversy
Will Smith was banned from attending the Academy Awards for the next 10 years after he struck Chris Rock onstage at the March 27 ceremony
Billie Joe Armstrong Says He's 'Renouncing' U.S. Citizenship Since Roe v. Wade Has Been Overturned

"There's too much f---ing stupid in the world to go back to that miserable f---ing excuse for a country," Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong said during a recent concert stop