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iHeartRadio Music Awards: Taylor Swift Backs Up Madonna on ‘Ghosttown’ (Video)

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Both Madonna and Taylor Swift can hold a stage by themselves just fine, but together they delivered one of the biggest thrills of Sunday’s iHeartRadio Music Awards. Swift, who won the most awards on Sunday, and her guitar accompanied Madonna on her single “Ghosttown.” That was the extent of Swift’s contribution, staying back for most of the performance on a stool before moving upstage to join Madonna for the last chorus of the song. The young singer has been a longtime fan of Madonna‘s. A couple months ago, she freaked out after receiving a compliment from the pop icon. »


- Jethro Nededog

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season Finale Review: A New Danger Lurks Outside Alexandria’s Walls

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(Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Sunday’s Season 5 finale of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” entitled “Conquer.”) To say farewell to its fifth season, AMC’s monster hit “The Walking Dead” expanded to 90 minutes on Sunday. As anticipated, there were deaths to contend with, as well as both new and familiar dangers. But, the episode was mainly about breaking points and what happens when people are pushed too far. Unlike most season finales, though, “Conquer” wasn’t about burning down the existing narrative and thrusting the characters off into new adventures. It was more about doubling. »


- Jason Hughes

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Church of Scientology Slams HBO’s ‘Going Clear’ Documentary: ‘Desperate, Ludicrous, Made-Up’ (Exclusive)

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The Church of Scientology has fired back at “Going Clear: Scientology and The Prison of Belief,” Alex Gibney’s explosive documentary which takes an inside look at the religion and its deep ties to Hollywood. The film which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in January, premiered Sunday night on HBO. TheWrap published an interview with Gibney about the film, wherein he said that former Scientologists and subjects of the documentary have been threatened with physical harm and financial ruin since the film started making the rounds. “Most of the real vitriol is for the people who were in the film, »


- Matt Donnelly

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iHeartRadio Music Awards: Rihanna Performs ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ (Video)

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Rihanna was looking to get paid during Sunday’s iHeartRadio Music Awards. The singer performed her new single, “Bitch Better Have My Money,” after emerging from a helicopter. Dressed in a little black dress accented with sunglasses, a fur coat and thigh-high boots in cash-money green, the singer wasn’t holding any punches. “Wow! Let’s just hug it out, bitch. We’ve got your money,” presenter Jeremy Piven joked after the performance. “Wow. It is hot in here.” Also Read: iHeartRadio Music Awards Complete Winners List (Updating Live) Via a cryptic hint to fans on Wednesday afternoon, Rihanna hinted »


- Jethro Nededog

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‘Going Clear’ Director Says Ex-Scientologists Received Physical Threats for Appearing in HBO Documentary

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In the wake of HBO’s explosive Scientology documentary “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief,” which premiered Sunday on HBO, director Alex Gibney said former church members featured in the film have been threatened by the institution. “Most of the real vitriol is for the people who were in the film,” Gibney told TheWrap in an interview this week. “They’ve received threats of physical harm, threats of having their homes taken away, threats of being forced into bankruptcy. They’re being followed by private eyes and surveilled.” Prominent ex-congregates including Marty Rathbun, publicist Sylvia “Spanky” Taylor, Tom »


- Matt Donnelly

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iHeartRadio Music Awards: Iggy Azalea, Jennifer Hudson and Nick Jonas Get Locked Up (Video)

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Live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Iggy Azalea was joined by Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson for an adorable (if a prison backdrop could be called “adorable”) performance of “Trouble.” Nick Jonas then followed with a sexy rendition of “Chains.” Azalea was appropriately (or inappropriately) dressed as the convict in a short, striped jumper. Meanwhile, JHud played bad cop with a fitted police uniform. From behind pink cell bars, Hudson frisked Azalea. Azalea then made a phone call on her pink payphone alongside male inmates and danced in a pink bathroom stall complete with an orange toilet. For Azalea’s fans, »


- Jethro Nededog

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Bill Cosby Fires Back at Heckler Who Shouts ‘Tell the One About How to Get Away With Rape’

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Yet another Bill Cosby show has been interrupted by yet another heckler. The latest confrontation happened Friday night, during the comedian’s standup show in Baltimore at The Lyric Opera House. Minutes after Cosby started his set, a man yelled, “38 women spoke up and called you a rapist.” In a video posted online by the Baltimore City Paper, several fans can be heard telling the man to “shut up!” But he seems unfazed and shouts, “Tell the one about how to get away with rape.” Also Read: 35 Bill Cosby Accusers: Complete Breakdown of the Allegations Cosby briefly interrupted the show telling fans: “Just remain. »


- Anita Bennett

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iHeartRadio Music Awards Winners List: Taylor Swift Tops the Night With 3 Awards (Video)

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Oscar and Grammy award winning actor and musician Jamie Foxx hosted the iHeartRadio Music Awards, which were held Sunday at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The iHeartRadio Music Awards were broadcast simultaneously on NBC, iHeartMedia stations nationwide and across the iHeartRadio digital music platform. Iggy Azalea and Sam Smith were tied for the most nominations of the evening, though Taylor Swift ended up topping the night’s wins with three awards, including Artist of the Year. Sam Smith did bag the Best New Artist honor. See video: iHeartRadio Music Awards: Rihanna Performs ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ Justin Timberlake received the most prestigious. »


- Jethro Nededog

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