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'OG punks for the win!' The Go-Go's on their Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction
The Go-Go's had to wait a few years to be inducted into the Rock Hall, but that hasn't dimmed their enthusiasm: 'Hell, yeah,' exclaims Jane Wiedlin.
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Courtney Stodden accepts — but doesn't exactly believe — Chrissy Teigen's apology
Chrissy Teigen said she's sorry for bullying Courtney Stodden mercilessly a decade ago. But Stodden isn't 100% sure the social media star is sincere.
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Why is Bennifer 2.0 so exciting? Because last time, we screwed it up
The pair's apparent reunion has many of us cheering — not only for the triumph of true love but also for the chance at a much-needed media do-over.
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All 31 songs from Season 1 of 'Girls5eva,' ranked
The funniest TV show of the year, about a '90s girl group fashioning a comeback, also has some real bops. "Quit flying planes at my heart," lol.
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Ellen DeGeneres' show is done. And fans think Dakota Johnson 'threw the first brick'
Does it matter that Dakota Johnson's tense Ellen DeGeneres interview didn't bring about the end of the host's talk show? Not to folks on social media.
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LeVar Burton, Drew Barrymore among celebrity guest hosts for 'CBS This Morning'
With cohost Tony Dokoupil on paternity leave, the CBS News show will bring in names from the ViacomCBS family for its second hour.
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Colton Underwood, first 'Bachelor' star to come out as gay, says he was blackmailed
A month after coming out, former 'Bachelor' star Colton Underwood says his public revelation was fueled by a blackmail attempt.
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Timeline: The scandal that brought down Ellen DeGeneres' talk show
Ellen DeGeneres announced Wednesday that her popular daytime talk show will end next year. Here's our guide to the controversy that led to this point.
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Spotify signs another exclusive podcast deal, this time with Dax Shepard show
Spotify announced Wednesday it signed an exclusive license agreement with the "Armchair Expert" podcast, hosted by comedian Dax Shepard and Emmy-nominated producer Monica Padman.
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The musical thrill, and moral unease, of rediscovering Michael's sibling group, the Jacksons
Lost to history, the Jacksons came between the Jackson 5 and Michael's solo triumphs. A set of reissues arrives compromised by his transgressions.
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Review: A Saudi woman seeks to drive change in charming 'The Perfect Candidate'
'The Perfect Candidate,' a new film from director Haifaa al-Mansour ("Wadjda") about the changing roles of women in Saudi Arabia.
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When Olivia met Taylor: Rodrigo finally meets her hero Swift at Brit Awards
After idolizing her for years, 'Drivers License' hitmaker Olivia Rodrigo snapped a photo with her No. 1 inspiration, Taylor Swift, at the Brit Awards.
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Ellen DeGeneres is ending her talk show after turbulent year that 'destroyed' her
'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' will end in 2022 with its 19th season, after racking up thousands of episodes, dozens of Daytime Emmys and a huge scandal.
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Jake Tapper, Rat Pack novelist, likes to unwind with a martini and a mountain of research
The CNN anchor talks about "The Devil May Dance," an L.A. thriller about Sinatra and RFK, the Church of Scientology and the underbelly of Hollywood.
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Bestsellers List Sunday, May 16
Bestsellers List Sunday, May 16
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What's on TV Wednesday: 'Chicago Med' on NBC; 'The Conners'; 'The Masked Singer'
What to watch Wednesday, May 12: 'Chicago Med' on NBC; 'The Conners' on ABC; 'The Masked Singer' on Fox; 'A Million Little Things' on ABC and more
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Tina Turner, Jay-Z, Go-Go's lead 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees
Dave Grohl, Carole King and Tina Turner will be all be inducted into the Rock Hall for a second time.
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Norman Lloyd dead at 106, a Hitchcock villain who later saved lives on 'St. Elsewhere'
One of the oldest living actors, Lloyd's career spanned 70 years on film, theatre, radio and television.
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Hollywood Bowl 2021: Every show scheduled for the summer (so far)
The Hollywood Bowl has announced its 2021 season lineup after an unprecedented 18 months dark due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here's what's on tap for summer fun seekers.
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Cut the intermission, please. Why I hope the pandemic ends a theatrical tradition
What ticket buyer wants to spend unnecessary time in a crowded lobby or cramped restroom? Even more important: the broken spell of storytelling onstage.
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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck back together? Matt Damon says 'that would be awesome'
Matt Damon welcomes the news that buddy Ben Affleck has been spending time with Jennifer Lopez, while Kevin Smith says he coined 'Bennifer' nickname.
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The Golden Globes are gone. Does Hollywood need a replacement?
Without the Golden Globes' marketing push, Hollywood must deal with a new awards season landscape.
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5 perfectly haunting mysteries to discover between episodes of 'Mare of Easttown'
Troubled detectives, evocative settings, skin-crawling mysteries: Here are 5 under-the-radar series to binge while waiting for new episodes of HBO's crime drama.
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Michael Che thought his 'Gen Z Hospital' sketch bombed on 'SNL.' Now he knows why
Social media slammed 'SNL's' 'Gen Z Hospital' sketch for appropriating African American Vernacular English. Writer Michael Che had to look that up.
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Where's Leo? Internet turns 'unrecognizable' DiCaprio photo into amusing meme
After the New York Post decided Leonardo DiCaprio was 'unrecognizable' in a photo from his next film, Twitter has a field day with its memes.
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Why the biggest star of the Hollywood Bowl 2021 lineup is the COVID-19 vaccine
Vaccinated people will get 85% of the tickets for the Bowl's 2021 season, which includes Christina Aguilera, Yo-Yo Ma and "Black Panther" live.
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'I said what I said': Tom Cruise stands by that infamous COVID-19 safety rant
Tom Cruise finally addressed that viral audio clip of him berating the crew of the latest 'Mission: Impossible' movie for violating COVID-19 rules.
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Review: With 'Army of the Dead,' Zack Snyder proves there is life after 'Justice League'
The director's 'Ocean's Eleven'-style Vegas heist caper on Netflix features zombies and Dave Bautista.
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In politics and novels, Stacey Abrams is 'definitely a plotter'
Stacey Abrams gets results, from registering 800,000 voters and giving Democrats the Senate to writing a gripping thriller, 'While Justice Sleeps.'
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Sandra Oh won't return to 'Grey's Anatomy' before it ends: 'I have moved on'
The "Grey's Anatomy" veteran says she's not interested in reprising the role of Cristina Yang. But she still appreciates being asked about it.
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