9 items from 2017
Live Nation is sympathetic to people who bought tickets for concerts in England, offering them refunds if they're too scared to attend ... TMZ has learned. Sources at Live Nation tell us refunds will be available for UK concerts featuring Katy Perry, Iron Maiden, Kiss, Robbie Williams, Phil Collins, Depeche Mode, and James Arthur. Btw, Senator Bernie Sanders also has a show scheduled at 02 Academy Brixton, and it's sold out. Our sources say Live Nation has »
- TMZ Staff
A version of this article originally appeared on NME.
With the release of self-titled solo debut album Friday, Harry Styles has joined the ranks Miley Cyrus, Robbie Williams and his old pal Zayn Malik: leaving behind the tween-targeting project that made him famous, he’s shocking audiences with his new, more adult material. The album is full of lyrics that’ll subvert the expectations of those who loved the PG-ness of One Direction – read on for Styles’ take on cocaine, sad-wanks, morphine, one-night stands and what sounds like his personal version of the film Knocked Up.
Track 1: “Meet »
- Larry Bartleet
Written by George Mann | Art by Mariano Laclaustra | Published by Titan Comics
This issue sees new beginnings, as Year Three publishing wise begins. Robbie Williams makes way for George Mann, and Rachel Stott for Mariano Laclaustra. A fair swap on the face of it, though I’ll miss Robbie Morrison’s scripts as they were great fun. New beginnings always bring a new status quo, and we have The Doctor once again travelling alone, after his previous adventure with Sonny and Val. Although he’s never really alone is he, as what is a Doctor without his Tardis.
The Devil makes work for idle hands, so The Doctor is out and about keeping busy. Latest port of call is the water world of New Oceana, where The Doctor is attending the opening of a ziggurat sealed for over a thousand years. Turns out it’s actually a robotic manufacturing plant, »
- Dean Fuller
You know what they say -- what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas -- but what happens during Vegas Night on Dancing With the Stars makes headlines!
The ballroom was hot, hot, hot during week three of the competition on Monday, as the stars and their dance pros performed to Sin City-inspired hits, bringing out all the energy and sass you'd expect to see at a show on the Vegas strip.
From the men showing some extra skin to the ladies nailing their kicks and tricks, Et's breaking down all the best choreography moments from last night's show!
Watch: Sharna Burgess Comforts 'Bummed' Bonner Bolton After Disappointing 'DWTS' Week 3 Performance
Dance highlight: #TeamBabyGotBach kicked off the night with a fun routine, putting the former Bachelor star's abs on full display. While it was hard to take our eyes off their intricate costumes, Nick's true »
Monday is Vegas Night on Dancing With the Stars!
In order to stay in the competition, the remaining contestants and their pro partners will have to step up their game by working on their technique and including new choreography surprises in their casino-themed routines.
So, who will get lucky and who will be sent home? Et breaks down everything you need to know ahead of week three of the competition.
Who's on top of the leaderboard?
Who's in danger of elimination?
Mr. T and Kym Herjavec received the lowest score from the judges -- 22/40 -- last Monday, followed closely behind by Nick Viall and Peta Murgatroyd, who received a score of 25, and Charo and Keo Motsepe, who scored »
Prior to 2016, if you’d been told Leonard Cohen was in the running for international male solo artist at the Brits, you’d have possibly imagined someone was pulling your leg. And yet, here we are: both Cohen and David Bowie are up for posthumous awards – the latter, for British male solo artist and album of the year. Elsewhere, it’s business as usual, with Little Mix and Calvin Harris among the nominees, and Robbie Williams, Emeli Sandé and the 1975 performing. Ali Catterall
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- Ali Catterall, Hannah Verdier, Andrew Mueller, Phil Harrison, David Stubbs, Luke Holland, Graeme Virtue, Paul Howlett
Hammer and Tongs was the pseudonym of two British director and producing legends, and you’re a bigger fan of them than you thought you were.
I was lucky enough to meet and interview British filmmaker Garth Jennings in London late last week. The director was in town to discuss his latest film Sing, the animated extravaganza featuring the vocal talents of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Taron Egerton and many more of Hollywood’s current A-list. The film is Jennings’ first for nearly nine years, and is really worth checking out this weekend – whatever your age or musical/ film tastes.
Before the ambitious, five-year long journey ofbringing Sing to screens, Jennings was bashing out content with his production outfit ‘Hammer and Tongs’. In 2007, Jennings and producing partner, »
- Paul Heath
Well, this was a mind-trip. Sherlock Season 4 Episode 2 made my head spin, and I loved it. The uncertainties, twists and turns made for a packed and intriguing episode.
The writing was fascinating, in the way that it made every single thing questionable. One of the repeated motifs in this episode was "it is what it is," but really, nothing was what it was.
It's amazing how much misdirection there was leading us to the twist that was Euros, the secret Holmes sibling. I certainly didn't expect there to be a Holmes sister, especially after all the references to Sherrinford, the name of the eldest Holmes brother in the Arthur Conan Doyle stories.
I watched the episode twice back-to-back. Even on re-watch, it was really easy to miss that Sherlock's visitor was the same person as John's therapist, who was the same person as John's transit admirer. It was also »
- Robin Harry
Robbie Williams' homes are like his records ... they make millions for him. The British pop star just sold his stunning hilltop L.A. estate for $9.9 million to DJ Khaled. Williams originally purchased the 10,000 square foot, 7 bedroom home for $5.45 million 15 years ago and listed it for $11 mil, so going down on the asking price didn't exactly hurt his pockets. The mansion -- in the celeb-heavy and gated Mulholland Estates -- is move-in ready with all-white »
- TMZ Staff
9 items from 2017
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