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Entertainment | New York Post
Entertainment | New York Post
Who got divorced on the ‘Married at First Sight’ finale?
Is eight weeks long enough to know if you've met your soulmate? The five Atlanta couples featured on Season 12 of "Married at First Sight" put that timeline to the test. 
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Behind the comedic rise — and controversial fall — of Ellen DeGeneres
She broke barriers. Then she broke her own career.  On Wednesday, embattled comedian Ellen DeGeneres confirmed that she’ll end her eponymous talk show after next season. The writing was already on the wall — her contract was up anyway in 2022, a source told The Post. DeGeneres’ official reason for her exit is that her show...
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‘American Idol’ finalist Caleb Kennedy out after KKK-themed video surfaces
A representative for the show confirmed to The Post that he will no longer be moving forward in the competition after a video surfaced showing him next to someone wearing what appears to be a Ku Klux Klan hood.
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Chuck Lorre explains that memorable ‘B Positive’ opener
“B Positive” wraps its freshman season Thursday night at 9:30 on CBS. The sitcom, created by Marco Pennette, centers around straight-laced suburban dad Drew (Thomas Middleditch), who needs a kidney transplant, and Gina (Annaleigh Ashford), his hard-partying high school acquaintance who offers to be his donor. The series struck an immediate chord with its witty...
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Hit NBC drama ‘This Is Us’ to end after sixth season
The news does not come as much of a surprise, as creator and showrunner Dan Fogelman has been transparent about making the show more concise than other NBC series.
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Fans lash out at Joe Budden for firing podcast co-hosts in on-air rant
The musician-turned-main mouthpiece of the “Joe Budden Podcast” is at the center of a social media shade storm after alleged audio of him firing former friends and show co-hosts Rory Farrell and Jamil “Mal” Clay leaked online Wednesday. 
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Ellen DeGeneres: I’m ending show because ‘It’s not a challenge anymore’
Ellen DeGeneres is ending her talk show after 19 seasons and more than 3,000 episodes. The beleaguered talkshow host has been hit with allegations of toxic workplace behavior and bullying, as well as dismal ratings. “She’s promised one more season after this one and will exit at the end of the 2021/2022 season,” a source...
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Jay-Z leads Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees — among some head-scratchers
Did the Go-Go’s really deserve to beat Kate Bush, the New York Dolls and Rage Against the Machine into the RRHOF?
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Norman Lloyd, ‘St. Elsewhere’ and ‘Dead Poets Society’ actor, dead at 106
Born in New Jersey, Lloyd got his start acting in New York in the 1930s and later went on to work with Alfred Hitchcock.
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New Yorkers must support Broadway right now
When Broadway is back on September 14, it's the responsibility of New Yorkers to be sitting in those damn seats when the orchestras start playing.
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Mickey Rourke prefers ‘Law & Order’ over ‘that crap’ in Marvel movies
In an unprompted review of "Law & Order: SVU" on Instagram, Mickey Rourke, 68, took a jab at Marvel Studios, hinting he's still mad about "Iron Man 2."
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Demi Lovato is getting a TV show about UFOs
The pop star is the latest celebrity to enter the field of UFOs, with a four-part docuseries visiting UFO hot spots, investigating eyewitness encounters and uncovering secret government reports.
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The gross reason Prego spaghetti sauce is trending on Twitter
An enterprising home cook has devised a questionable way to make a large batch of spaghetti in a flash — by mixing it all together on her kitchen counter with old school Prego sauce.
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‘Hamilton,’ ‘Wicked’ and ‘The Lion King’ return to Broadway in September
Stars from “Hamilton,” “The Lion King” and “Wicked" appeared together on "Good Morning America" to confirm that each show will return when Broadway is set to raise the curtain again Sept. 14.
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Donald Glover: Fear of cancel culture is creating ‘boring’ TV, movies
Where has all the good TV gone? That's what the "Atlanta" creator wanted to know as he hopped on Twitter late Tuesday night.
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