6 items from 2017
“So You Think You Can Dance” has been renewed for Season 14, which will air this summer on Fox, Variety has learned.
The dance competition show will feature dancers from the ages of 18 to 30, following last season’s young crop of contestants. The Top 10 dancers will be paired with all-stars.
“This season is about giving our loyal fan base what they’ve been asking for,” said executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe. “We’ve decided to go back to basics by bringing the best of our past formats together for an exciting new summer featuring accomplished adult competitors partnered with fan-favorite All-Star dancers. And, of course, as in past seasons, there will be new surprises which are sure to wow our viewers.”
Fox has not announced the judges for Season 14, but Paula Abdul tweeted that she will not be returning because she’ll be on tour. Along with Abdul, the most recent panel of judges included Lythgoe, Jason Derulo »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Just days after the late mother-daughter duo was laid to rest, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association paid homage to the actresses with the first-ever Golden Globes In Memoriam tribute.
After a brief introduction from host Jimmy Fallon, Reynolds and Fisher were honored with a video reel highlighting their cinematic accomplishments through the years, set to Reynolds' performance of the song, "You Made Me Love You." The tribute concluded with footage of the duo sweetly embracing on-stage, followed by an on-screen slate of their names and a simple heart graphic.
"We've always kept the show as a celebration and as a party, and yet we realize this is a special circumstance," Globes executive producer Barry Adelman told Variety last week, acknowledging plans to remember the late icons during the ceremony.
Reynolds was buried »
The 2017 Golden Globe Awards took a moment to honor two recent celebrities that have passed away this year, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds. Typically, the ceremony doesn’t include an “In Memoriam,” but losing such dear and iconic talent, the Golden Globes paid tribute to the beloved stars by showing a video of the two stars.
“We have not done an ‘In Memoriam’ on the Golden Globes. Those things are handled really well by the Oscars and the Screen Actors Guild,” producer Barry Adelman told People. “But we do realize there were some special circumstances of very recent nature that happened and I think we’ll be acknowledging that.”
Fisher passed away on December 27 after suffering a heart attack. Her mother, Reynolds, died the following day, »
- Liz Calvario
Awards show season is officially here, as the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards kick off live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles on Sunday!
In anticipation of the night celebrating the best in film and television, Et has your official cheat sheet on everything you need to know ahead of this year's star-studded fête.
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"I'm furious," Bulochnikov told Et's Carly Steel on Wednesday in Studio City, California. "She cut her vacation short. She came there to have a festive moment, not a disastrous moment."
The singer suffered technical difficulties after hitting the stage just before midnight on Saturday in New York City, eventually causing her to walk off stage. After the show, Carey tweeted: "S**t happens. Have a happy and healthy new year everybody. Here's to making more headlines in 2017."
"They could have cut to a commercial, they could have edited the west coast feed to make her look good," Bulochnikov suggested »
The Golden Globes will take time to honor the recent celebrity deaths that have occurred at the end of the year.
“We have not done an ‘In Memoriam’ on the Golden Globes. Those things are handled really well by the Oscars and the Screen Actors Guild,” Globes producer Barry Adelman told People at the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards Preview Day on Wednesday.
“But we do realize there were some special circumstances of very recent nature that happened and I think we’ll be acknowledging that,” added Adelman.
The producer did not elaborate on how those recent deaths will be honored. »
6 items from 2017
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