August 13th, 2014
09:24 PM ET

"Mrs. Doubtfire" daughter remembers Robin Williams

"Mrs. Doubtfire" was one of Robin Williams' most iconic roles. The movie debuted in theaters in 1993. Recently, there had been reports that Williams was ready to reprise his role as the nanny in disguise.

OutFront is Lisa Jakub. She played Lydia Hillard, Robin Williams' daughter in "Mrs. Doubtfire."

Filed under: Celebrity • Entertainment • Robin Williams
December 27th, 2013
01:23 PM ET

Justin Bieber says he's 'officially retiring'... then backs off

Justin Bieber tweets he's retiring... then backs off and blames the media. CNN's Don Lemon has more on celebrities who love fake retiring.

Filed under: Celebrity
December 19th, 2013
09:07 PM ET

'Duck Dynasty' fans outraged over Phil Robertson suspension for gay remarks

A national conversation has started after a popular 'Duck Dynasty' star was suspended by A&E for controversial comments about sexuality, religion and race.

Supporters of Phil Robertson have come out swinging.

They claim the self-proclaimed redneck is being unfairly targeted for speaking publicly about a divisive issue that a large percentage of the population still agrees with.

GOP Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas weighed in on TV reality star's forced leave from the series.

Palin, Cruz, Jindal: 'Duck Dynasty' star suspended over intolerance of politically correct

Cruz, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, also defended Robertson in a post to his Facebook page titled: "Free Speech Matters"

"The reason that so many Americans love Duck Dynasty is because it represents the America usually ignored or mocked by liberal elites: a family that loves and cares for each other, believes in God, and speaks openly about their faith," Cruz said.

Does their argument add up?

CNN's Tom Foreman has more OutFront.

Filed under: Celebrity • Gay Marriage • LGBT • News • Religion • Same-sex marriage • Sex • Social Issues • Television
June 7th, 2013
12:19 PM ET

OutFront OutTake: Justin Bieber sees stars

Justin Bieber is spending big money on a plane ticket, but it's probably not the kind of plane you're thinking of.

Virgin CEO Richard Branson announced via Twitter that Bieber and his manager, Scott Braun, have signed up for a Virgin Galactic suborbital flight. Bieber would be one of the first big celebrities to go to space.

The thing is, there have been other music stars in the skies. Erin Burnett tells you who in the OutFront OutTake.

Filed under: Aviation Industry • Celebrity • OutFront Outtake