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Beyonce Drops Out of Coachella, Will Perform at 2018 Festival
Coachella 2017 just lost its biggest draw. Beyonce, who is pregnant with twins, has withdrawn from her headlining gig at the April festival, the Associated Press reported Thursday. She will instead headline in 2018. In a joint statement, Beyonce’s Parkwood Entertainment and festival producer Goldenvoice said the singer had to pull out of the festival “following the advice of her doctors to keep a less rigorous schedule in the coming months.” Also Read: Carlos Santana Pokes Beyhive, Says Beyoncé 'Not a Singer' The singer was scheduled to perform at the two-weekend festival on April 15 and 22. There is no word yet as to. »
- Reid Nakamura
Jeffrey Dean Morgan Blasts ‘Walking Dead’ T-Shirt Uproar: ‘People Are Stupid’
“The Walking Dead” star Jeffrey Dean Morgan had a short and sweet response to the growing uproar surrounding a T-shirt promoting the AMC series in which he stars. “Holy crap people are stupid,” Morgan tweeted, along with a link to TheWrap’s own story about a “Walking Dead”-themed shirt that was removed for sale by a British clothing retailer after a complaint that the shirt was “racist” and “fantastically offensive.” The shirt in question bore the image of a baseball bat and the message “Eeny Meeny Miny Moe” — a reference to a scene from the AMC zombie drama in which Negan (Morgan) is deciding. »
- Joe Otterson
Marion Cotillard Calls Jennifer Lawrence A ‘Prodigy’: ‘I Think She Can Do Anything’
Marion Cotillard thinks very highly of Jennifer Lawrence! In a new interview with W Magazine, the “Allied” star confessed her girl crush on the “Passengers” actress, sharing, “Jennifer Lawrence is a prodigy.” Interestingly enough, this is not even the first time Cotillard has spoken about Lawrence in those terms. In 2013, the actress told The […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Sinead O’Connor Apologizes For Claiming Arsenio Hall Gave Drugs To Prince
Sinead O'Connor made headlines and landed herself on the receiving end of a lawsuit when she took to Facebook last year following the death of Prince and claimed that former talk show host Arsenio Hall used to furnish the late rock star with drugs. In the Facebook post — which she has since deleted — she […] »
- Brent Furdyk
‘Family Matters’ Alum Darius McCrary Accused of Holding Infant Daughter Over Boiling Water
There’s nothing funny about these family matters if they turn out to be true. Darius McCrary, who played Eddie Winslow on the ’90s sitcom “Family Matters,” has been accused of an array of abusive behavior in court documents filed by his wife and obtained by TheWrap. In the court papers, filed Feb. 15 in Los Angeles Superior Court, Tammy Brawner said that McCrary has hit her, and “frequently throws things and breaks things in the house.” According to the papers, McCrary “is violent, destructive and unstable emotionally. »
- Tim Kenneally
Billie Lourd Posts Adorable Throwback Photo with Mom Carrie Fisher
On Wednesday, the 24-year-old Scream Queens actress shared a sweet snap from her younger years with her movie star mom. In the black and white shot, Lourd sits on Fisher’s lap as they peek out from the back of a limo. Fisher, donning sunglasses, looks at the camera while her daughter smiles and stares at the sky.
Though Lourd gave no explanation of the photo in words, she captioned the image with a simple angel face emoji flanked by sparkles.
The young actress »
- Stephanie Petit
Rihanna Named Harvard University's Humanitarian of the Year
Is there any award Rihanna hasn't received? The star was named Harvard University's 2017 Humanitarian of the Year Wednesday. She will pick up the Peter J. Gomes Humanitarian Award at the Sanders Theatre on Feb. 28 at 4 p.m. Et. The 29-year-old "Needed Me" singer founded the Clara Lionel Foundation in 2012, which aids disadvantaged communities around the world. In January, on behalf of her foundation and the Global Citizen organization, she also traveled to Malawi to meet with a number of government officials, mentors, students and teachers to discuss education efforts in the East African nation. Neuroscience professor S. Allen Counter, director of the Harvard Foundation, praised Rihanna's »
Ricky Martin Reveals He Wants More Kids — and He’s Picking Girls This Time
Ricky Martin is already father to 8-year-old twin sons Valentino and Matteo. But the 45-year-old entertainer isn’t done growing his family yet.
“I want a big family,” Martin said. “Daddy’s little girl has to come.”
Martin, whose sons were born via surrogacy, inferred that he plans to do the same thing again. “It’s funny because the way we do babies, I get to choose the sex, »
- Dave Quinn
Orlando Bloom Visits Children Affected by Boko Haram Violence in Niger
Orlando Bloom recently returned from a trip to Diffa, the southeast region of Niger, where hundreds of thousands of children have been forced from their homes due to Boko Haram violence.
“As a father, it is hard for me to imagine how many of these children are caught up in this conflict. During my trip, I have heard dreadful stories about children fleeing on foot, leaving everything behind, including the safety of their homes and classroom,” said the Goodwill Ambassador, who’s been on several missions with Unicef since 2007.
- Karen Mizoguchi
Andi Dorfman Asks Nick Viall If He Regrets Infamous 'After the Final Rose' Bombshell in Tense 'Bachelor' Promo
"Do you look back, and you're like, 'Damn, I shouldn't have said, 'Why would you make love with me if you weren't in love with me?'" she »
Who Killed Wes? How to Get Away with Murder’s Karla Souza on the ‘Devastating’ Finale Twist
Warning: Spoilers from Thursday’s 2-hour finale of How to Get Away with Murder ahead.
“As Karla, I was really excited. But for Laurel, this is devastating. It’s almost the worst possible situation for her,” the actress says of it being revealed during Thursday’s season 3 finale that her character’s boyfriend (Alfred Enoch) was killed by a man who works for her father (Esai Morales).
But Souza looks forward to what the twist »
- Patrick Gomez
How to Get Away With Murder's Karla Souza Breaks Down That Killer Season 3 Finale Reveal & What It Means for the Future
Warning: The following contains major spoilers from the season three finale of How to Get Away With Murder. If you haven't watched yet, you may want to bookmark this page and return once you have. Proceed with caution. It's pretty safe to say that no one had this outcome in their How to Get Away With Murder murderer theories. In the two-part season three finale, the ABC thriller finally revealed what exactly happened to poor Wes (Alfred Enoch) the night he died in Annalise's (Viola Davis) house. And it surprisingly didn't have anything to do with the shifty Mahoney family. Instead, it turned out that Laurel's (Karla Souza) shifty dad who we met earlier this season (Esai Morales) ordered the hit on »
Candis Cayne on the Transgender Bathroom Ruling: ‘This Is Going to be Another Fight’
“We’ve had this struggle for years,” Cayne, 45, tells People. “It’s always been two steps forward, one step back. Our community has been blessed that we were in the Obama era where they respected civil rights and that our community mattered — that we deserved to live just like everyone else.”
Trans rights are human rights! Period!We will fight! @Gop you can't strip our rights away »
- Alexia Fernandez
Connie Britton Posts Sweet Tribute for Fans After Heartbreaking 'Nashville' Episode
Warning: Do not proceed if you have not watched Thursday’s Nashville.
Connie Britton is breaking her silence after a heartbreaking Nashville episode.
On Thursday’s installment, titled “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” Britton’s character, Rayna Jaymes, dies after complications from injuries she sustained during a violent car accident. The death shocked fans and Britton took to social media that evening to share an emotional note expressing her deepest gratitude.
Related: 'Nashville' Says Farewell to It Stars With the Most Devastating Goodbye
“Thank you Rayna Jaymes. For your magic and your dignity,” the 49-year-old actress wrote on Instagram, alongside a smiling photo of her as Rayna, listing all the key people and players who made the character sing.
“[Nashville creator] Callie Khouri, who gave her life,” Britton continues. “Deacon, Maddie, Daphne, who shaped her as her family. Teddy, Tandy, Lamar too. Juliette, Scarlett, Bucky and the ones who crafted her into a business woman. Along with countless »
‘Nashville’ Says Farewell To One Of Its Stars With The Most Devastating Goodbye
Warning: Spoiler alert! Do not proceed if you haven’t watched Thursday’s “Nashville”. You will regret it. The curtains have closed for one of the stars of “Nashville”. On Thursday’s heartbreaking episode of the country music drama, ominously titled “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) took her last breath, flatlining after succumbing to complications […] »
- Brent Furdyk
[Spoiler] Pays Tribute on Instagram After Nashville's Devastating Ending
Well that was both expected and unexpected, and it was also completely devastating. Nashville just killed Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton). She spent the entire episode in a hospital bed after her car crash last week, and at first it seems like things were going to be Ok. She had a shattered pelvis and a few other injuries, but no bleeding in her brain or anything like that. Then, as one daughter sang for her and the other was rushing to get back to the hospital, Rayna crashed, and she never fully recovered. Apparently her organs were failing, and pretty soon everyone knew that Rayna would most likely not survive. Everyone had a moment to say goodbye, including Maddie (Lennon Stella), who made it back just in »
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross Are Adorably Smitten During a Day Date in La
Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross stepped out in La on Thursday looking all sorts of cute. The couple, who tied the knot in 2014, were photographed taking a walk after leaving Fred Segal. The pair held hands, shared a sweet kiss, and laughed as they made their way to their car. The cute outing comes less than two months after they only had eyes for each other at a pre-Golden Globes party. We love seeing their Pda and all, but we also need just a bit more of their adorable family in our lives. Ashlee and Evan are parents to daughter Jagger, and Ashlee is also mom to son Bronx, who she shares with ex Pete Wentz. Related:a Sweet Look Inside Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross's Fairy Tale Romance »
- Caitlin Hacker
Caitlyn Jenner Blasts Trump For Repealing Federal Protection For Transgender Students: ‘This Is A Disaster’
The Trump administration is taking heat for repealing legislation introduced by former President Barack Obama that offered federal protection for transgender children to use the school bathroom of the gender with which they identify. Thanks to recently appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions, however, this protection has been pulled away, a move that is angering Lgbt activists and, […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Burned Yazidi Boy, 2, Reunites with Family in Boston After 4 Months
A 2-year-old Yazidi boy, who traveled to the United States in October to undergo medical treatments for severe burns, is finally back in his parents’ arms.
Dilbireen, affectionally called Dili, reunited with his mother and father, Ajeel Muhsin and Flosa Khalaf, at Boston’s Logan Airport Hilton hotel on Monday evening, nearly four months after his father brought him to the U.S. for the first round of surgeries to restore his facial appearance and function.
Following the October procedure, Muhsin returned to Iraq in November to be with Khalaf, who gave birth to the couple’s second child, Trump, »
- Karen Mizoguchi
'Nashville' Says Farewell to One of Its Stars With the Most Devastating Goodbye
Warning: Spoiler alert! Do not proceed if you haven’t watched Thursday’s Nashville. You will regret it.
The curtains have closed for one of Nashville’s stars.
On Thursday’s heartbreaking episode of the country music drama, ominously titled “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” Rayna Jaymes (Connie Britton) took her last breath, flatlining after succumbing to complications from injuries she suffered during the shocking car accident. But it didn’t always look like Rayna was knocking on death’s door.
Everything seemed to be going as well as it could be for Rayna following the crash and subsequent surgery. While recovering at the hospital, Rayna and Deacon (Charles Esten) begin working on a song -- “a coda,” if you will -- for his unfinished album. “That last little thing you hear. It suddenly makes everything make sense. That’s what the song should be,” Rayna suggests.
Related: 'Nashville' Star Charles Esten on Rayna Cliffhanger: 'Hang on Tight' »
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