Jennifer Aniston's go-to hair stylist, Chris McMillan, just dropped some major beauty news.

The man who created Aniston’s iconic "The Rachel" haircut has teamed up with cult-favorite skincare brand Drunk Elephant to launch a new collection of products for the hair and scalp. The line will be available on March 1 at select stores including Sephora, Space NK and McMillan's salon in Beverly Hills, as well as online at Cult Beauty and Drunk Elephant's site.

Dwyane Wade’s adorable little girl, Kaavia, may have been the center of attention at the athlete’s jersey retirement event, but it was his actress wife, Gabrielle Union, who he sweetly honored while addressing the crowd.

The 38-year-old basketballer’s family came out to support him as he retired his Miami Heat jersey at the team's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at American Airlines Arena in Florida on Saturday evening.

The small irony of Ordinary Love is that the titular affection -- the easy, lived-in love between a long-married couple -- is brought to life onscreen by two extraordinary actors: Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson, who come to the project with his and hers Oscar nominations (she for Phantom Thread; he for Schindler's List).

BTS are ready to take on "Carpool Karaoke!"

The K-Pop band -- composed of Jungkook, Jimin, SUGA, Jin, J-Hope, RM and V -- will join James Corden for The Late Late Show's musical segment, airing Feb. 25. ET's Rachel Smith caught up with BTS on Friday, while they promoted their new album, Map of the Soul: 7, and they teased what to expect from the fun roadtrip.