10 items from 2017
Robb Sheppard Sep 7, 2017
We’ve all been there, haven’t we? We’ve waited a week for the brand new ep of our fav new show, desperate to see some forward momentum, some steps towards being satisfied or a road to resolution. But as the intro fades, something seems amiss, out of place and out of time.
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Ugh! Flashback episode.
Any Gcse English student should be able to tell you that »
There is no strobe lighting in Tommy Wirkola’s new sci-fi film, which debuts soon on Netflix, but epileptics triggered by rhythmic, dazzling flashes of blinding stupidity should consider themselves warned away from “What Happened To Monday?” Max Botkin’s original script for this preposterous dystopian tale landed on the 2010 Black List, underwent a gender swap, a title change and a rewrite by Kerry Williamson, to end up so rife with plot holes it feels macraméed rather than written. However, in the hands of Wirkola (“Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters”), as well as star Noomi Rapace in her multiple turn as septuplets named for the days of the week (yes, “Monday” is a person here), it attains such a level of lurid brainlessness that cult reappraisal may happen at some point, after a decent interval of sober reflection has passed.
It is the Near Future and grievous overpopulation has led to overreliance on Gm crops which »
- Jessica Kiang
The 2017 Bet Awards are here!
Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones will take the stage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night to host the star-studded telecast, featuring performances by Bruno Mars, Chris Brown and Big Sean. But even before the festivities get underway, a few awards have already been doled out.
Who else is will be taking home some new hardware on Sunday? Tune in to the Bet Awards at 8 p.m. Et/Pt to find out.
Et is updating the official winners list, below, as they're announced. (Winners in bold.)
Photos: Bet Awards 2017 Red Carpet Arrivals
Lifetime Achievement Award
Best Female R&B/Pop Artist
Best Male R&B/Pop Artist
Saturday at Worthy Farm offers a bumper crop for music lovers. BBC2 boasts a selection of afternoon highlights including Run the Jewels (featuring Jeremy Corbyn), Craig David, Katy Perry and, later, Foo Fighters’ headline set. Over on eclectic finger-clickin’ BBC4, there are sets by the National, Father John Misty and Toots and the Maytals. Plus, a Wimbledon-free diary means the Beeb’s digital diaspora is devoted entirely to even more Glastonbury goodness. Mark Gibbings-Jones
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- Mark Gibbings-JonesJack SealeJohn RobinsonAli CatterallAndrew MuellerPhil HarrisonBen ArnoldPaul Howlett
On Wednesday, Simon Cowell released the charity fundraising single, "Bridge Over Troubled Water, a cover of Simon & Garfunkel's hit, that benefits the victims of the fire at London's Grenfell Tower, which left an estimated 79 people dead on June 14.
Watch: Adele Had Tea and Cake With Firefighters Who Responded »
Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Stormzy, Craig David and tons more superstars have lent their voices to a cover of 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' by Simon and Garfunkel to raise money for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. Here's how you can help out! »
- Gabriella Ginsberg
BBC Music has inked a six-year deal for U.K. broadcasting rights to the world-renowned Glastonbury Festival.
The deal, announced Monday, covers the next five iterations of the legendary music festival through 2022. This includes Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary festival in 2020, while the 2022 festival will be broadcast in the BBC’s 100th anniversary year. The festival will not be held in 2018.
The new deal continues a long and successful partnership between the BBC and Glastonbury. In 2016 the BBC’s television coverage of the event reached a record 18.9 million people, representing nearly one third (31.9%) of the entire U.K. population.
“We have worked closely with a fantastic team at the BBC since 1997. It has become an integral part of what we do at Glastonbury,” said Emily Eavis, co-organizer of the Glastonbury Festival and daughter of festival founder Michael Eavis. “Together we have created something really special – two decades of historic live broadcast from many of the biggest names in »
- Robert Mitchell
Craig David posted a photo of himself attending the Brit Awards on his Instagram account Wednesday night. He returned 16 years after his first nomination ofr British Male Solo Artist for his album Born To Do It in 2001. He’s had a few dark years that’s why on the sixth album Following My Intuition there are two […]
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This story originally appeared on EW.com.
The U.S. may have already hosted their biggest night in music earlier this month, but just across the pond, the United Kingdom is gearing up for their own star-studded music awards show, the Brit Awards, set to begin Wednesday afternoon Et.
In addition to a tribute to British legend George Michael, the show will »
- Rachel DeSantis
On Feb. 12, the music industry’s brightest stars will gather to honor the very best works of the past year at the Grammy Awards. Until then, we’re celebrating the award-worthy hits by reliving the greatest achievements in song parodies of 2016.
With no shortage of amazing material, these funny people gave us brand new reasons to love some of our favorite music, from Lemonade to The Life of Pablo.
“Melanianade” by Saturday Night Live
- Lydia Price
10 items from 2017
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