Melissa Rivers 'hurt' by silence from 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' producers

Melissa Rivers 'hurt' by silence from 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' producers

Melissa Rivers feels "hurt" by the fact the producers of 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' have not reached out to her about the show.
Cover Media

More Videos by Cover Media

Henry Cavill reportedly in talks to return as Superman

Henry Cavill reportedly in talks to return as Superman

Henry Cavill is reportedly in talks to reprise his role as Superman for an upcoming movie.
Khloe Kardashian insists her family are abiding by social distancing guidelines

Khloe Kardashian insists her family are abiding by social distancing guidelines

Khloe Kardashian has fired back online at criticism over her family's social distancing practices after being slammed by trolls for seemingly breaking guidelines by holding a gathering to celebrate the 37th birthday of her sister Kourtney's ex Sco...
Tom Hanks donates plasma for coronavirus vaccine development

Tom Hanks donates plasma for coronavirus vaccine development

Tom Hanks has donated more plasma in order to help with the development of a potential coronavirus vaccine.
Scott Disick and Sofia Richie reportedly officially split

Scott Disick and Sofia Richie reportedly officially split

Scott Disick and Sofia Richie have reportedly officially called time on their relationship.
Spinner dog!

Spinner dog!

Dog balances fidget spinner on his nose.
13secs
Darts challenge goes wrong

Darts challenge goes wrong

Man holding his hand against a dartboard in a dangerous challenge.
21secs
Winter sports have started

Winter sports have started

Group of friends jumping over fence.
20secs
Clever way to play the piano

Clever way to play the piano

Guy shows his skills and plays the piano using balls.
25secs
Washing hands six times per day 'cuts coronavirus risk by a third'

Washing hands six times per day 'cuts coronavirus risk by a third'

Washing hands more than six times a day could cut the risk of catching Covid-19 by a third, according to the experts.
Women with history of miscarriage 'should avoid intense exercise during early pregnancy'

Women with history of miscarriage 'should avoid intense exercise during early pregnancy'

Researchers have asserted that women who have a history of miscarriage should avoid taking part in high-intensity exercise during the very early days of pregnancy.
The benefits of working out barefoot

The benefits of working out barefoot

Lockdown has caused a fitness boom, with people finding inventive ways to get their exercise fix at home. But do you put on your best workout trainers to do your exercise, just like you would at the gym, or do you get your feet out?
Top tips for dating post-lockdown

Top tips for dating post-lockdown

There's no question venturing into the dating world can be difficult at the best of times, but the idea of trying to meet new people during a global pandemic probably has a lot of singles feeling even more daunted.
Regular yoga sessions may help to ease symptoms of depression

Regular yoga sessions may help to ease symptoms of depression

Regular yoga sessions may help to ease the symptoms of depression and schizophrenia.
Hilarious - And Brutal - Battle For Bird Food In A Canadian Backyard

Hilarious - And Brutal - Battle For Bird Food In A Canadian Backyard

Forget 'Games of Thrones', this incredible battle for territory is playing out every day on a bird feeder in Canada. John Whyte sets up a camera to document the jaw-dropping skirmishes for tasty corn in his yard in Orillia, Ontario. A chipmunk, bl...
James Corden was awake for terrifying eye surgery

James Corden was awake for terrifying eye surgery

James Corden was wide awake when he underwent emergency eye surgery last month.
Apple Will Allow Users to Stop FaceTime Windows From Resizing During Calls

Apple Will Allow Users to Stop FaceTime Windows From Resizing During Calls

The tech giant recently added the option to FaceTime on iPhones and iPads.
John Boyega blasts racists in string of angry social media posts

John Boyega blasts racists in string of angry social media posts

John Boyega has urged racist fans to stop watching his films because he's sick of violence.
Zoom Temporarily Removes GIPHY

Zoom Temporarily Removes GIPHY

The video communications company revealed that it has recently made a number of security updates, one of which includes removing GIPHY from its chat feature.
KFC Is Testing a New Chicken Sandwich

KFC Is Testing a New Chicken Sandwich

The fast-food chain has started testing their new “KFC Chicken Sandwich” in Orlando, Florida.
Disney World Sets Reopening Date for July

Disney World Sets Reopening Date for July

According to 'People,' the theme park has submitted a safety plan to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force.
WHO Pauses Hydroxychloroquine Medical Trials for COVID-19

WHO Pauses Hydroxychloroquine Medical Trials for COVID-19

The move comes after a report linked the drug to an increased fatality rate among those with coronavirus.
CDC Warns Public of Starving, Aggressive Rats in US

CDC Warns Public of Starving, Aggressive Rats in US

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently warned Americans about an increase in aggressive rat problems across the country.
SpaceX’s Historic Launch With NASA Astronauts Is a ‘Go’

SpaceX’s Historic Launch With NASA Astronauts Is a ‘Go’

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon spacecraft are set to take flight on Wednesday.
America's Got Talent bosses agree to improve reporting processes linked to diversity complaints

America's Got Talent bosses agree to improve reporting processes linked to diversity complaints

The bosses of hit U.S. show America's Got Talent have pledged to improve reporting processes behind the scenes thanks to Gabrielle Union's complaints about diversity off-camera.