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Although ABC says politics played no role in its recent cancellation of Last Man Standing, many fans seem certain the show got axed due to its political incorrectness and espousal of “conservative views.”
A new Change.org petition threatening to boycott ABC over the cancellation has amassed more than 245,000 signatures and argues that the show was “not just selling conservative ideas,” but the idea that people of different political views can still “get along and take care of one another.”
“Last Man Standing is one of the only shows on broadcast television, and the only sitcom, that is not constantly »
- Tierney McAfee
Tracy Morgan can check the Kentucky Derby off of his bucket list.
The 48-year-old comedian has made it to the Bluegrass State, where “the most exciting two minutes in sports” kicks off Saturday from the famed Churchill Downs in Lousiville.
It’s a dream come true for Morgan, who said at the 29th annual Barnstable Brown Derby Eve Gala on Friday night that he wanted to see a Derby in his lifetime.
“The horses — they’re great athletes. I wanted to see one before I die,” he said — dedicating his trip to his late father.
“I want to do all »
- Dave Quinn
Rocker Richie Sambora is now a techpreneur — with hopes of turning celebritydom into billions for charity.
The former Bon Jovi guitarist has co-founded Csnaps.org – an app that allows fans, celebrities and charities to share photos, videos, news and personal stories while raising money for important causes.
“When I heard a billion dollars could have been raised with one selfie — Ellen DeGeneres’ 2014 Oscar selfie — I thought, ‘Why give that away for free, when that kind of money could be funneled toward important causes?’” Sambora tells People. “And so, Csnaps.org was born.”
The app features three ways to give back: the Fan CSnap, »
- KC Baker
President Trump‘s 100th day in office is right around the corner, and former Obama White House photographer Pete Souza is marking the milestone with a look back at a certain other president’s first 100 days.
As part of a new weeklong photo series, Souza has been sharing snapshots of the defining moments of Barack Obama‘s early days as president — from his inauguration night in 2009, to visiting U.S. troops in Iraq, to coping with the economic crisis.
In the months since President Trump’s inauguration, Souza has regularly used his Instagram account to compare and contrast the two »
- Tierney McAfee
Aidy Bryant's proposal story belongs in a romantic comedy.
The Saturday Night Live cast member revealed on Thursday's Late Night With Seth Meyers that she got engaged last October to former Late Night writer Conner O'Malley. Flashing her engagement ring on the talk show, Bryant recalled the romantic way O'Malley popped the question.
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"We've been together a long time; we've been together almost nine years. So, a lot of the shimmer and shine has faded and we're just living every damn day as best we can," she explained. "We've seen each other through a lot. Like, he used to work as a full-blown garbage man -- not a joke, just a garbage man. I used to sweep up hair in a barber shop. I mean, we've, like, been through it."
Bryant admitted that she had no inkling that her longtime boyfriend would be asking for her hand in »
Congrats to Kane Brown!
The 23-year-old country star is engaged to singer Katelyn Jae, Brown announced during a Philadelphia concert last Tuesday.
"It’s hard to do this job -- you know, there’s girls involved -- you’ve got to stay out of trouble, it’s really hard," Brown said mid-concert.
"Some people found out on Instagram today and I had to delete this video," he continued. "I just got engaged to a girl from Philadelphia two days ago. This is my first time making this announcement, but we’re in Philly, so I thought I had to go ahead and make the announcement. So thank you Philadelphia."
Brown doesn't just gush about his ladylove during performances -- she's also made quite a few appearances on his Instagram »
Many fans on Twitter were missing former President Barack Obama more than ever as he delivered his first public remarks since leaving office during a forum in his adopted hometown of Chicago on Monday.
At the event, which was held at the University of Chicago, Obama reflected on how he got his political start as a community organizer in the city more than 30 years ago, and facilitated a town hall-style forum on community organizing and civic engagement with young leaders from area schools.
He opened his remarks with a joke, asking the crowd: “So uh, what’s been going on while I’ve been gone? »
- Tierney McAfee
After attending a White House dinner with Donald Trump on Wednesday night, Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent disrespected Hillary Clinton by taking a mocking picture in front of her portrait. Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, & Kid Rock Mock Hillary Clinton Clinton’s portrait hung in the White House basement, along with portraits of other former First Ladies. The […]
- Kate Chia
Former President Barack Obama will make his first public appearance since leaving office on Monday when he speaks at a town hall-style discussion in his hometown of Chicago.
At the event, which will take place at the University of Chicago, Obama will meet with young leaders from area schools to discuss “community organizing and civic engagement,” his office said in a statement Friday.
“This event is part of President Obama’s post-presidency goal to encourage and support the next generation of leaders driven by strengthening communities around the country and the world,” the statement continued.
The event marks the start »
- Tierney McAfee
Kid Rock, Ted Nugent and Sarah Palin's White House visit this week was the target of multiple jokes from late-night shows on Thursday, with James Corden, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon all poking fun at the famous visitors.
Corden, in particular, seemed to enjoy the photo Trump's guests took with the president in the oval office.
"For once, Trump really was the smartest person in the room," he said, laughing, on The Late Late Show.
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- THR Staff
Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent walked into the White House…. and that’s not the beginning of a bad joke, but something that actually happened. We know this because the former Alaska government and failed vice-presidential candidate shared photos of the trio’s visit on Facebook, while the New York Times reports that President Donald Trump […] »
- Brent Furdyk
The Gop’s 2008 Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin stopped by Jake Tapper’s CNN show Thursday to talking about inviting pals Kid Rock and Ted Nugent to have dinner with her and President Donald Trump at the White House. “President Trump called to invite, just to touch base, asked me to get to D.C. and we would be able to chat over dinner, and asked if I would invite a couple of friends,” she explained of the dinner. “So you asked Kid Rock and Ted Nugent?” Tapper… »
Another day, another lesson in subtle shade-throwing from former Obama White House photographer Pete Souza.
On Thursday, Souza — who has regularly used his Instagram account to compare and contrast the Trump and Obama administrations — took aim at a buzzed-about new photo of Trump supporters Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent posing mockingly in front of a portrait of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during their Wednesday evening visit to the White House.
- Tierney McAfee
While taking a visit to the White House to say hi to Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, Kid Rock, and Ted Nugent couldn’t resist taking a swipe at Hillary Clinton. The former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate posed in front of a portrait of Clinton with the two rock stars. Um, yeah. We get it. She lost the 2016 election to Trump. (Cue laugh track peppered with jeers.) The move prompted a range of online vitriol from Clinton voters after Nugent’s wife, Shemane, posted the picture on Instagram. Sarah Palin, Kid Rock & Ted Nugent walk in to bar….. A post shared by Shemane. »
- Jeremy Fuster
Sarah Palin dropped by CNN on Thursday to discuss her Wednesday dinner at the White House, telling Jake Tapper that she brought along rockers Kid Rock and Ted Nugent because “Jesus was booked.” “President Trump had called to invite just to touch base,” Palin told Taper when asked how the dinner came to be. “He asked that I invite a couple of friends.” “So you invited Kid Rock and Ted Nugent?” questioned Tapper. Also Read: Trump Hosts Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent, Kid Rock at White House - Twitter Doesn't Approve “Well, Jesus was booked,” Palin responded. “So yes, I invited my buddies Kid. »
- Nigel M. Smith
The duo visited President Donald Trump at his new Washington, D.C. home as guests of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, she wrote on her website. She also invited avowed Trump supporter Ted Nugent and his wife, Shemane, for the VIP White House dinner.
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd
President Donald Trump hung out with some of his most famous supporters at the White House Wednesday night. Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent paid him a visit. The former two posted photos on social media. Nugent's wife Shemane also shared a photo of Palin, Nugent and Rock smiling and standing in front of former 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's First Lady portrait. "Sarah Palin, Kid Rock & Ted Nugent walk in to bar....." she wrote. "A great night at the White House," Palin, who endorsed the U.S. leader early last year, wrote on Facebook, alongside pics of the three stars with him in the Oval Office. "Thank you to »
Twitter went wild late Wednesday night when photos of Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock visiting President Trump at the White House started to circulate on social media. Palin and the two musicians have both been outspoken Trump supporters, but they’re also a trio that is regularly mocked by liberals because of their extreme conservative views. While at the White House, the three posed in front of a portrait of Hillary Clinton and appear to be mocking her in the photo that was posted across social media. Nugent’s wife, Shemane Deziel, and Kid Rock‘s fiancee, Audrey Berry, »
- Brian Flood
Donald Trump held a super-conservative celebrity summit Wednesday night, mugging with Kid Rock, Ted Nugent and Sarah Palin. The pic was snapped in the Oval office during a dinner visit. The trio plus Ted's wife and Kid's fiancee showed up and got the primo tour. They even took a jab at Hillary Clinton, posing in front of her portrait. No secret why they'd be invited ... all 3 supported Trump during the election. The photo looks like »
- TMZ Staff
Looks like Kid Rock is off the market!
The 46-year-old singer and his longtime girlfriend, Audrey Berry, got engaged earlier this year, The Detroit Free Press reports. The extremely private couple has been reportedly dating for nearly a decade.
Et has reached out to Rock's rep for comment.
Pics: The Biggest and Best Celebrity Engagement Rings
TMZ got pictures of Berry's reported engagement ring, which she sported on her left hand during Rock's fan cruise a couple of weeks ago.
This will be Rock's second marriage. He married Pamela Anderson in 2006, though she filed for divorce after four months of marriage.
News: Kid Rock Is 'Beyond Devastated' by Assistant's Death in Atv Accident
Et sat down with Anderson in November 2015, where she said she was never getting married again. The former Baywatch star was also previously married to Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee and film producer Rick Salomon.
"Marriage is hard. I'm not doing »
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