Like average American teenagers, Eilish battles depression, boyfriend problems, driver’s license exams, and anxiety over social media comments. She also loves her mom and dad.
Some celebrities are not just talking the talk, but they seem to be walking a walk that seems to counter what Hollywood culture promotes and accepts.
A song at the top of the Billboard that promotes a Christian view of marriage is not something I had slated for 2020.
From bubblegum bops like ‘Call Me Maybe’ to grittier songs like ‘Ho Hey’ to the SoundCloud stylings of ‘Old Town Road,’ the 2010s were packed with memorable pop music.
Hailey Bieber’s father, Stephen Baldwin, announced that the couple will hold a religious wedding ceremony in South Carolina at the end of the month, more than a year after they married.
The musician and model remained abstinent until marriage, go to church together, and work to maintain and portray a realistic view of marriage.
Christian celebrities Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger announced their engagement in an Instagram post late Sunday night.
Apparently the Trump administration is behind in its plans for the “largest, most heavily scrutinized” event of the year—an Easter Egg Roll.
Rebecca Berg and Brent Scher join the show to discuss the day’s headlines.
The Biebs was recently photographed naked when he had the right to expect privacy.
Justin Bieber wants to be like Jesus.
The VMAs aren’t controversial. They’re just…boring.
Here’s a playlist (complete with a Spotify link) of classic Christmas songs, from the forties forward.
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