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James Corden spent a few minutes of Wednesday’s Late Late Show to pay tribute to victims of the deadly London terror attack earlier in the day.
“There was a terror attack today in my hometown, the city of London in Westminster,” the host said. “While we’re filming this, it’s still unknown what the motives were. What we do know at this point is that people have lost their lives and many, many more have been injured.”
London police confirmed five people were killed and 40 injured after a brazen car and knife attack outside U.K. Parliament. An »
- Karen Mizoguchi
Simon Brew Mar 9, 2017
As David Baddiel brings My Family: Not The Sitcom back to London, he spares us some time for a chat about inappropriate parenting...
David Baddiel is bringing his acclaimed show, My Family: Not The Sitcom back for a final run at the Vaudeville Theatre in London from the end of this month. The show, that runs from 28th March – 3rd June, sees Baddiel talking frankly about his mother and father, in a way that even the press blurb describes as a “massively disrespectful celebration”.
We chatted to him about the show, and about his recent documentary, The Trouble With Dad. Oh, and we snuck some Statham in there too…
Before we get into the depths of things, can you set the scene. What is your show that you’re bringing back to the London stage?
Yes. I’m doing a show called My Family: Not The Sitcom, »
Identical twins Brooklyn and Bailey McKnight, who have amassed roughly 3.7 million subscribers and 500 million lifetime views on their YouTube channel -- which features vlogs, crafting, fashion, and beauty content -- are venturing into the next phase of their careers: music. The 17-year-olds launched debut single Dance Like Me on iTunes last week, whereupon it promptly ascended to #24 on the singles charts and #11 on the pop charts over the weekend.
You can listen to Dance Like Me right here.
The song, released independently and produced by Benny Cassette, who is attached to Kanye West’s Very Good record label and who has worked with bold-faced artists like Nicki Minaj, John Legend, and Lily Allen, is an upbeat dance track that touches on themes of tolerance. A lyric video and music video are currently in production, as are additional songs and music videos to be released through the summer.
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- Geoff Weiss
Move over, Gigi and Bella Hadid, we’ve got our eye on a cool new sister squad.
Crushing the hearts of Gossip Girls fans everywhere, Domino Kirke and Penn Badgley, who started dating in 2014, wed in a courtroom ceremony that was attended by close friends and family — including her famous sisters, Jemima and Lola.
Jemima, 31, Domino, 29, and Lola, 26, have cemented themselves in various industries, with each Kirke sister successfully owning a wide range of interests — from painting and birth education to acting and singing.
So, what else do we know about Jemima, Lola and Domino? Keep reading to find out. »
- Grace Gavilanes
British pop star Lily Allen has announced she’s taking a break from Twitter after finding herself the victim of some particularly nasty comments from social media trolls, with a friend handling her tweets while she puts some distance between herself and the trolls. As Sky News reports, the politically outspoken “Alfie” singer regularly engages with trolls […] »
- Brent Furdyk
5 items from 2017
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