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Liam Hemsworth Got Sick So Miley Cyrus Attended His Movie Premiere Instead

Miley Cyrus soldiered the red carpet alone without husband Liam Hemsworth twice in a matter of days, but this time she’s doing it in his place.  The singer arrived solo on Monday at the Los Angeles premiere of Hemsworth’s new film “Isn’t It Romantic,” the anti-romantic comedy starring Rebel Wilson, while the actor recovers from a recent hospital stay.  Hemsworth was reportedly hospitalized over the weekend in the middle of the film’s press tour after he was diagnosed with kidney stones, forcing him to skip the Grammys festivities on Sunday night.  Cyrus charged on ahead, however, showing up to the premiere on his behalf and rocking an eye-catching red Valentino gown she paired with a bold red lip and high ponytail.  The former Disney star flooded her Instagram with photos from the night, e...

Cardi B Becomes First Solo Woman To Win Grammy Award For Best Rap Album

The Grammys like Cardi B and she likes it like that.  The Bronx-born rapper made history at the 2019 Grammy Awards on Sunday night by picking up the trophy for Best Rap Album, becoming the first solo female rapper to do so in the category’s 20-plus year history. Lauryn Hill won as a member of the hip-hop group Fugees in 1997. It’s not like Cardi B even needed the award given how she’d already shut down the red carpet in a vintage couture gown, followed by a show-stopping performance of her new single “Money.” But nothing could compare to the raw emotion she showed in her acceptance speech.  Besting fellow nominees Nipsey Hussle, Pusha T, Travis Scott and the late Mac Miller, the clearly shocked rapper took the stage to deliver a peak Cardi speech.  Why yes our girls @chloexhalle DID get th...

Chris Cornell’s Children Accept His Posthumous Grammy For Best Rock Performance

Chris Cornell, former frontman for Soundgarden and Audioslave, won a posthumous Grammy Award on Sunday night for Best Rock Performance. His daughter and son accepted the award on his behalf.  Cornell, who died by suicide in 2017, won the Grammy for his song “When Bad Does Good,” which was released in September as part of a posthumous album of unreleased music. Fourteen-year-old Toni Cornell was joined by her brother Christopher Cornell to accept the award on their father’s behalf at a ceremony prior to Sunday night’s Grammy Awards.  “His voice was his vision and his music was his peace,” Toni Cornell said of her late father. “This is for you daddy, we love you so much.”  “I never thought we’d be standing here without my dad, and I’m sure he would be proud and honored,” Christopher Cornell ...

2019 Grammys: Here Are All The Winners

“From A Room: Volume 2” ― Chris Stapleton   Best New Age Album “Hiraeth,” Lisa Gerrard & David Kuckhemann “Beloved,” Snatam Kaur WINNER: “Opium Moon,” Opium Moon “Molecules of Motion,” Steve Roach “Moku Maluhia” – Peaceful Island, Jim Kimo West   Best Improvised Jazz Solo  “Some of That Sunshine,” Regina Carter WINNER: “Don’t Fence Me In,” John Daversa “We See,” Fred Hersch “De-Dah,” Brad Mehldau “Cadenas,” Miguel Zenón   Best Jazz Vocal Album “My Mood Is You,” Freddy Cole ”The Questions,” Kurt Elling ”The Subject Tonight Is Love,” Kate Mcgarry with Keith Ganz & Gary Versace ”If You Really Want,” Raul Midón with The Metropole Orkest conducted by Vince Mendoza WINNER: ”The Window,” Cécile Mclorin Salvant   Best Jazz Instrumental Album  “Diamond Cut,” Tia Fuller “Live in Europe,” Fre...

‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2 Premieres This Summer

Fans of “Big Little Lies” can rejoice now that HBO has announced the premiere of its second season.  Season 2 will premiere in June, HBO announced on Friday. Reese Witherspoon, one of the stars of the series, shared an Instagram picture of a reunited cast this week.  “Keep your friends close, and your happy hour crew closer,” the actress wrote.  Witherspoon stars in the award-winning HBO series alongside actors Zoë Kravitz, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley, Alexander Skarsgård and Adam Scott. Veteran actress Meryl Streep joined the cast for its second season. The first season, based on the book of the same title by Liane Moriarty, follows the mothers of Monterey, California, whose children all attend the same school. During a Television Critics Association panel on Friday, “Big ...

Ariana Grande Rewrites Her Own Happy Ending On Powerhouse ‘Thank U, Next’

Girl meets boy ― perhaps at a taping of a certain late-night sketch comedy show ― and the two fall in love. They ride off together into a pink-tinted sunset leaving behind a trail of partially sucked lollipops, oversized sweatshirts and broken hearts. Roll the credits, yuh.  When we last heard from Ariana Grande on the vibe-heavy “Sweetener,” she was well on her way to her own happily ever after, having bounced back emotionally and sonically from the 2017 bombing at her Manchester concert by embracing a world turned upside down. The pint-sized pop star, however, was in for a few more turns on life’s spin cycle (speed: unrelenting), as she ended her much-publicized engagement to “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson weeks after ex-boyfriend and rapper Mac Miller died of a fatal overdose....

Jimmy Fallon Shares His Viewers’ Funniest Misheard Song Lyrics

Jimmy Fallon’s weekly hashtag plea to his audience delivered some amusing misheard lyric stories. “The Tonight Show” host shared the funniest ones on Thursday. Tracks butchered by his viewers included Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance,” Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” and Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You.” Check out the clip above.

Disney Channel’s ‘Andi Mack’ Captures A Powerful Coming Out Moment

In what was hailed as a Disney Channel first, “Andi Mack” took a progressive step last year when it revealed one of its principal characters was gay.  That character, Cyrus Goodman (played by Joshua Rush), continues his journey toward living authentically in this week’s episode by coming out to his best male friend, Jonah Beck (Asher Angel).  Airing Friday, “One in a Minyan” finds Cyrus mourning the death of his grandmother, Bubbe Rose. When Jonah attends the shiva, Cyrus decides the time is right to open up about his sexuality ― that is, if he can summon the nerve.  HuffPost got an exclusive sneak peek at “One in a Minyan” via the behind-the-scenes featurette above. In it, the show’s young cast explain how they approached the Season 3 episode, which was written by Jonathan Hurwitz.  Disne...

Gus Kenworthy Joins ‘American Horror Story’ For Season 9

Gus Kenworthy is swapping the ski slopes for the grisly world of writer-director Ryan Murphy.  The Olympic freeskier is joining the cast of Murphy’s “American Horror Story” for its ninth season. Though specifics of the role are unknown, he’s set to play the boyfriend of Emma Roberts, a four-season veteran of the horror anthology series, including the “Apocalypse” and “Coven” seasons.  Murphy announced Kenworthy’s casting in a Wednesday Instagram post, expressing excitement about the Olympian’s debut.   Kenworthy offered similar sentiments in an Instagram post, saying he was “so fucking shook” after landing the gig.  The role will mark the start of a significant new chapter for the athlete, who made history last year as one of the first two openly gay men to compete for the U.S. in the Wint...

Only Oprah Could Get Bradley Cooper To Say He Was ‘Embarrassed’ By Oscars Snub

“A Star Is Born” did in fact birth a constellation of stars (a loveable dog, endless bottles of self-tanner and the film’s unsung hero, Gail), but perhaps none shone as bright as Bradley Cooper who made the impressive leap from actor to director for the film. And yet, he was shockingly snubbed for a Best Director Oscar nomination, despite picking up three nods in total, including Best Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture.  The historically press-averse Cooper has stayed mostly quiet on the matter, preferring to sing the praises of his cast members, but, of course, all it took is one conversation with Oprah Winfrey to get him to finally open up.  “I was not surprised, I’m never surprised about not getting nominated,” Cooper said during “Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations From Times ...

‘Insulted’ Ariana Grande Reportedly Dropping Out Of Grammys

When people inevitably decry how irrelevant the Grammys have become, please direct them to exhibit A: an Ariana Grande no-show. The singer, who was set to perform during Sunday’s broadcast, has dropped out of the awards show altogether after a disagreement with producers over artistic control, according to a Variety report.  Grande apparently intended to perform her new single “7 Rings” at the 61st annual ceremony, which has advertised her appearance far and wide in the weeks leading up to the show, but she felt “insulted” when producers refused to let her play the song, unnamed sources told the outlet. Hits magazine was the first to break the news of Grande’s clash with Grammys producers over song selection. After all parties later agreed to include the track off Grande’s upcoming album “...

John Oliver Disembowels People Who Say He Disembowels People

The Monday morning headlines following an episode of “Last Week Tonight” consistently frame John Oliver’s HBO series as the Mortal Kombat of late-night shows. They frequently claim Oliver is “disemboweling,” “destroying” or “slamming” some target every week.  To date, Oliver has “eviscerated” everything from police militarization to Rudy Giuliani to the media’s reporting on transgender issues. Ahead of the sixth season of his show, Oliver is making his perspective clear: He’s not afraid to slam people who say he slams people. In a press breakfast on Monday, the “Last Week Tonight” host was asked about his thoughts on the hyperbolic headlines surrounding his show, which he called “pretty dispiriting.” “You can’t really help how [a ‘Last Week Tonight’ segment is] repackaged after the fact, y...

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