An adjustment period. Khloé Kardashian has candidly discussed the challenges of having a child via surrogacy.
An adjustment period. Khloé Kardashian has candidly discussed the challenges of having a child via surrogacy.
Their new normal. Khloé Kardashian made it clear where she stands with her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson following his paternity scandal — and broke down how the pair have remained focused on coparenting.
pic.twitter.com/8tk5XBZOxeThe topic at hand was the news that earlier this week, Trump’s lawyers met with DOJ officials, including special counsel Jack Smith, as part of the ongoing investigation in the classified documents Trump took from the White House after he left office. As more evidence becomes public, there is the increasing appearance that Trump was aware he was not allowed to take these documents, and recent reports suggest steps might have been taken to mislead and evade officials attempting to recover the documents.
Chris Stapleton fans in upstate New York are missing their shot of "Tennessee Whiskey." Stapleton postponed a performance of his "All American Road Show" scheduled for Thursday night. "Due to the ongoing air conditions in the greater Syracuse area, tomorrow night’s show at @StJosephsAmp will be rescheduled," he tweeted to fans. "All previously purchased tickets for the original date will be honored for the new date.
Showtime has made a decision on its last remaining current scripted series whose fate had been up in the air, opting not to pick up a second season of comedy I Love That for You. The news comes a year after the Season 1 run of the show starring Vanessa Bayer, who co-created I Love That For You with Jeremy Beiler. The two serve as executive producers alongside showrunner Jessi Klein and Michael Showalter.
Fox News anchor Jeanine Pirro used a news segment Wednesday on “The Five” to mock the government response to the East Coast smoke crisis, disparaging Democrats who have encouraged mask usage despite its obvious and proven safety benefits.Pirro, pulling straight from the right-wing pandemic playbook, called some of the smoke mitigation efforts in Washington “mask insanity” in video you can watch above.“While Americans choke on the smoke, the far left smells an opportunity,” Pirro began, beside video of an indecipherable gray screen presumably featuring a smoky landscape. “The Five” then pulled up an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweet addressing the likely future needs surrounding similar climate crisis with Pirro’s sarcastic tone on full blast.“AOC thinks this is a great time to push her Green New Deal,” Pirro said.
Getting down to business. Ariana Madix is laying down the law in the first official look at her upcoming role in Lifetime’s Buying Back My Daughter.
one year since Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s defamation trial reached a verdict, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor seems to be making a rather smooth transition when it comes to getting back to work. After his first movie, Jeanne du Barry, had a fancy premiere at the Cannes Film Festival last month, the French-language film was just acquired by a production company for North American distribution rights. Vertical, which is a leading global independent film distribution company, announced in a Wednesday press release that it has acquired the North American rights to Jeanne Du Barry.
Selome Hailu The Native American and Indigenous Writers committee is “one of the smallest committees in the Writers Guild, but [with] one of the loudest voices ever” according to its vice chair Aiko Little — which was evidenced by the turnout of some 100 picketers who joined the NAIWC for a strike event in front of Walt Disney Studios on Wednesday. The NAIWC’s Disney picket was the most recent of a string of of WGA strike events over the past several weeks that have gathered writers from specific marginalized backgrounds — Trans Takeover Thursday, for example — to highlight how current working conditions are affecting them while celebrating storytellers from their communities.
The day that SAG-AFTRA began its talks with Hollywood studios over its own film and TV contract with a strike authorization in hand, picketing Writers Guild members on Wednesday hit up Disney and Warner Bros in Burbank.
Paloma Cuevas and Luis Miguel, the ‘it’ couple of the moment, entered a new chapter in their relationship by attending the wedding of Rosa Clará’s son, Daniel, with the American economist Anne-Marie Colling, in Paris. Their trip to the capital of the Seine by the businesswoman and designer with the singer known as the “Sun of Mexico” (El Sol de México) was an open secret, as the rumors spread through newsrooms.
Royally unbothered? Prince Harry was all smiles leaving court after his second day of testifying in his phone hacking trial.
attack on the US Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.According to court documents reviewed by The Post, Johnston, 54, was arrested in California. He is charged with obstruction of officers during civil disorder, which is a felony, and several misdemeanors, including entering a restricted building and engaging in disruptive conduct with intent to impede government business.On March 4, 2021, the FBI tweeted photos of a man, allegedly Johnston, at the Jan.
EXCLUSIVE: Veteran TV executive and producer Michael McDonald (American Crime) is finalizing a deal to join Amazon Studios’ executive ranks as Head of the Comedy and Drama Development team in the US SVOD TV Development and Series – Wholly Owned division led by Nick Pepper, I hear. He will oversee development of all wholly owned comedy and drama series. Amazon Studios declined comment.
Fox News informed Tucker Carlson’s attorney that they believe his new Twitter show violated his contract.
EXCLUSIVE: Crimson Media has brought on Matt Kniaz and Jerrold Rhee as managers. They also will join Crimson founders Matt Floyd and Matthew Seamons as Partners in the boutique management firm.
Concerts, baseball games, and flights in the East and Midwest are among the cancellations being wrought by the excessive smoke from more than 400 Canadian wildfires.
Maybe this apparent step in the right direction wasn’t that after all…
Salma Hayek is not afraid to age gracefully. The Mexican American actress, 56, went all-natural in a close-up photo of herself that she shared on Instagram Tuesday. "Me waking up and counting how many white hairs and wrinkles have crashed the party this morning," Hayek wrote alongside the photo, with the caption repeated in Spanish. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Salma Hayek Pinault (@salmahayek) Only half of Hayek's face is pictured in the unfiltered snap.The "Magic Mike’s Last Dance" star looked straight into the camera showing off some strands of her gray hair and a few creases on her forehead. Some of her Hollywood friends shared their support in the comment section.
Pat Cooper, a longtime stand-up comedian, died Tuesday. He was 93. Steve Garrin, Cooper's producer and writing partner, confirmed with Fox News Digital that the beloved comic died at home in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday. "There was nobody like Pat Cooper, who burned every bridge that he went over," Garrin joked.
After making its debut at the Cannes Film Festival last month, Johnny Depp’s comeback film “Jeanne du Barry” has been scooped up by Vertical, which acquired North American distribution rights to the period drama.
stream on Max starting June 27.Directed by two-time Oscar winners Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, the film follows the 24-hour performance at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn as Mac performs renditions of songs dating back to America’s origins in the 18th century, from “Yankee Doodle” to “Gloria.” Along the way, Mac complements the alternative tour of American history with elaborate costumes designed by Mac’s longtime collaborator Machine Dazzle and make-up designer Anastasia Durasova.As the show goes on, one member of Mac’s 24-piece orchestra leaves the stage every hour, until only Mac is left to close out the show after performing this one-time-only performance without any rest.
Wendy Williams‘ manager is hitting back hard after his client’s son accused him and others in Wendy’s inner circle of taking advantage of her!
With the final season of Netflix’s hit series “Never Have I Ever” just around the corner, the cast sat down for a conversation with ET Canada’s Keshia Chanté, where they opened up about what they each took from the set for keepsakes.
CMA Music Festival will celebrate its 50th year at Nissan Stadium with some of the biggest names in country music.That includes household name headliners like Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Eric Church and Ashley McBryde.Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, Dan + Shay, Tim McGraw and Little Big Town will be joining in the fun as well.While we’re at it, Jordan Davis, Carly Pearce, Tyler Hubbard, Jimmie Allen and Keith Urban will be there too.Plus, you won’t want to forget Lainey Wilson and Morgan Evans either.We’re still just getting started — all in all, over 100 acts (!) will be taking the stage at this 2023 CMA Music Festival.And for folks that have yet to grab last-minute tickets, you’re not too late to get in on the four-day weekend.At the time of publication, four-day general admission passes start at $265 before fees on Vivid Seats.Hoping for just a taste and only want to attend a single day?Single-day passes can be found for as low as $68 before fees.Still on the fence about going?We’ve got all the details you need to help you make your final decision below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of all the best single and multi-day ticket prices can be found right here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time.
Avenged Sevenfold is back and ready to melt their fans’ faces once again.From June through October, the metal veterans are scheduled to rock at arenas, amphitheaters, state fair grounds, domes and pavilions in the U.S. and Canada as part of their ‘Life Is But A Dream Tour’ in support of their new album with the same name.They didn’t forget the Northeast either.Midway through the 32-concert run, M.
Heather Olander knew she would be taking on a challenge when she joined The CW as its first Head of Unscripted Programming.
Andrew Barker Senior Features Writer On April 15, 2012, 2Pac made his debut appearance at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival. At this point, it had been 16 years since Tupac Amaru Shakur had been murdered on the streets of Las Vegas at the age of 25. And yet there he was onstage, his holographic likeness projected with uncanny vividness alongside his onetime collaborators and labelmates Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, whom he now appeared to be speaking to and trading bars with in front of an audience of 80,000. As the first performance of its kind, the 2Pac hologram became national news, and sparked worries that a wave of holo-tours, featuring ghostly apparitions of long dead stars, would soon be filling festival grounds and amphitheaters. Aside from a few one-offs, however, this did not come to pass. And yet the 2Pac hologram still felt significant for a different reason. After a decade and a half of vault-clearing posthumous releases, books, documentaries, statues, shout-outs in hundreds of hip-hop songs, and murals in virtually every American city from the Bay Area and back down, Shakur’s iconography had long seemed at risk of swallowing the brilliant, infuriating, inspiring, complicated man himself, leaving only a depthless shadow behind.
Pat Saperstein Deputy Editor Pat Cooper, the famously fast-talking and angry stand-up comedian who often appeared on Ed Sullivan and Howard Stern’s shows, died Tuesday in Las Vegas. He was 93. Cooper appeared on “Seinfeld” in the Friars Club episode, playing himself. He also appeared with Robert DeNiro in the 1999 film “Analyze This” as Salvatore Masiello and reprised his role in “Analyze That.” He was a frequent guest host on the Mike Douglas Show in the 1970s, and appeared many times on the Howard Stern show throughout the 1990s and 2000s, where he was known for his cranky persona. Born Pasquale Caputo to an Italian family in Brooklyn, he started out playing local New York clubs. In 1963, he landed a spot on “The Jackie Gleason Show,” and then began performing at the Copacabana, where he opened for acts including the Four Seasons and Jimmy Roselli.
Nearly 30 years after his shooting death at age 25, rapper and actor Tupac Shakur was honoured with his own posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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