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The 'Seinfeld' lead actor and co-creator imagines that 'George would probably have a wife and kids... and he would be tortured' on present day.
One proposed episode for modern 'Seinfeld' is, 'Kramer is under investigation for heavy torrenting. Jerry's new girlfriend writes an extremely graphic blog.'
Divorced Howie Kohlenberg says the show ruined his life after he and then wife Christine were convinced to make money by appearing on it
Jerry Seinfeld is to launch a comedy website, showcasing his material over the last 35 years.
Former 'American Idol' judge Kara Dioguardi is facing legal action over a car crash which involved her former assistant.
Jennifer Hudson channelled the grief she felt following the murder of her mother, brother and nephew into creating her new album.
Ahead of royal wedding, the rapper sends his well wishes to the prince, jokingly saying he is too busy to attend the ceremony.
'We should never allow the spirit of generosity to be overshadowed by divisive political beliefs,' comments the Poison rocker on Jerry's decision to pull out of the event held by Donald Trump's son.
Sir Elton John kicked off Robert De Niro's Tribeca Film Festival in style on Wednesday when he performed a free outdoor mini-concert after the New York premiere of his documentary 'The Union'.
Donald Trump has sparked a war of words with Jerry Seinfeld after the comedian pulled out of an appearance at an upcoming charity fundraiser.
Comedienne Jerry Seinfeld has ridiculed the royal family and its traditions on British television, insisting Prince William and Kate Middleton 'aren't special people'.
When talking about the dismissal of chef Missy Chase Lapine's lawsuit against him, the comedian admits he was disappointed because he looked forward to fight the system like Lenny Bruce did.
The filmaker, the comedian, the hip-hop mogul and Tiger Woods have been tipped as billionaires by 2015 in a new Forbes magazine survey, joined by Jerry Bruckheimer, Michael Jordan and Tyler Perry.
The funnyman is set to reveal the true identity of Ted L. Nancy on CNN in late September, putting to rest long-running rumors he's established a side career as the fiction writer.
Becoming commentator for the Mets on June 23 game, the 54-year-old funnyman has another word to say to the singer, saying 'She should make a nice apology to the Met fans.'