Family Affair (1966–1971)
From Tracee Ellis Ross' masterful turn as the night's host to Pink's sky-high performance of "Beautiful Trauma" and the adorable tribute to the iconic Diana Ross, the show was packed with sweet, funny moments.
However, for every number that started with a powerful female artist telling off her haters, there was a number that featured Nick Jonas being groped by mysterious ghost hands.
For some of the 2017 AMAs' highlights and low points, here's our round-up of the best, worst and downright weirdest moments of the night.
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Pink and Kelly Clarkson Sing "Everybody Hurts"
This year's show kicked off on an emotional note with a somber introduction by Jamie Foxx, who dedicated
The Grammy Award winner, celebrated for both her singing and songwriting skills, has also been acting for years in TV and film.
But this year the “Queen of Hip-Hop Soul” has taken her acting career to the next level: Blige is starring in Netflix‘s potential Oscar player Mudbound — a Dee Rees film adaption of the 2008 novel — where she plays a mother-of-four dealing with racial prejudice on a Mississippi Delta farm during the Jim Crow South.
How did the 46-year-old R&B icon become a respected actress? Here
The former panelist on The View is engaged to her boyfriend Ricardo Lugo, her rep confirms to People.
Jones, 55, went public with the romance at the 8th Annual Children’s Museum of the East End Family Affair in Bridgehampton, New York, last July, attending the event with Lugo and his son, Jake.
“This is my family,” she told People, introducing the Lugos. “I’m not married, but we’re together.”
This summer, Jones subtly hinted at her engagement on Instagram, showing off her sparkly ring for the first time in June.
In a teaser clip for Tuesday night’s show, Cyrus goofs off with Corden in a new Carpool Karaoke segment.
“Your tongue makes less of an appearance today than it used to,” the British host quipped in the clip.
When Cyrus stuck out her tongue, he added, “That is a long tongue, keep it there.”
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He then uses it on several stamps as Cyrus obediently leaves her mouth open.
The pair then belt out a riff-heavy rendition of Cyrus’ 2009 hit “Party in the USA.”
Cyrus has already participated in the Apple Music Carpool Karaoke spin-off back in August, bringing her entire famous family along for the
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1969 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 131 min. / Street Date September 12, 2017 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95
Starring: Maximilian Schell, Diane Baker, Brian Keith, Barbara Werle, Sal Mineo, Rossano Brazzi, John Leyton, J.D. Cannon, Jacqueline (Jacqui) Chan, Victoria Young, Marc Lawrence, Geoffrey Holder, Niall MacGinnis, Sumi Haru.
Cinematography: Manuel Berenguer
Film Editors: Walter Hannemann, Warren Low, Maurice Rootes
Production Design: Eugèné Lourié
Costumes: Laure Lourié
Special Effects: Eugèné Lourié, Alex Weldon, Francisco Prósper
Original Music: Frank De Vol
Written by Clifford Newton Gould,
The fashionista took to Instagram on Friday to send her eldest child, 18-year-old son Brooklyn, well wishes as he heads off to college.
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Victoria posted a pic of her and Brooklyn cuddled up close on a chair. In the snap, the mother of four appears to be in tears.
"We are all so proud of you Brooklyn," she wrote. "Amazing A level results and off to college. We love you so much and will miss you. #yesiamcrying #emotional x."
During an exclusive interview with Et earlier this month, Brooklyn revealed he was heading to New York City to study photography.
"I'm actually moving to New York in August to study photography for four years," he revealed. "I'm really excited. Photography is [it], that's what I really want to do."
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"I do backstage photography at my mum’s shows, and I mean, I love doing it -- but my mum’s like, ‘Go take pictures of the models!’ and I’m a bit shy," the budding photographer tells GQ in an interview released on Tuesday. "So I kind of have to get the first two out of the way, and then I’m used to it."
The eldest Beckham has a passion for taking black-and-white portraits, but also has an appreciation for fashion -- which stems from his stylish parents.
"My favorite outfit is like a Peaky Blinders kind of look,” he shares. "I have a really old-man style. I’m also really into skateboarding outfits, like the
The year 1967 marked the high point of Sidney Poitier's screen career. He starred in three highly acclaimed box office hits: "To Sir, With Love", "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" and "In the Heat of the Night". The fact that Poitier did not score a Best Actor Oscar nomination that year had less to do with societal prejudices (he had already won an Oscar) than the fact that he was competing with himself and split the voter's choices for his best performance. "In the Heat of the Night" did win the Best Picture Oscar and immortalized Poitier's performance as Virgil Tibbs, a Philadelphia detective who finds himself assigned to assist a redneck sheriff (Rod Steiger, who did win the Oscar that year for his performance in this film) in a town in the deep south that has experienced a grisly unsolved murder. When Steiger's character, resentful for
The Master of None star and co-creator covers the Fall issue of GQ Style, where he candidly goes into detail about why all the pressure to get going on season three -- after the critically acclaimed first two -- feels a little overwhelming.
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"'What about season three?' Which is obviously a question people have to ask, but for me it's a little stress-inducing," the 34-year-old comedian confesses. "[Co-creator Alan Yang] once said it best: It's like we just gave birth to a kid and they're like, 'When are you gonna have another kid?'"
Arnaud Pyvka for GQ Style
"I just feel like I've said a lot. Especially if you look at it—instead of two seasons of a TV show—as, like, seven movies. I mean, those two seasons
Et exclusively sat down with the 18-year-old son of Victoria and David Beckham on Tuesday at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, to celebrate the release of his photography book, What I See. During our interview, Brooklyn opened up about his No. 1 passion, what it's really like growing up Beckham and why he decided not to follow in his famous father's soccer footsteps.
Watch: David and Victoria Beckham Send Sweet Messages to Son Brooklyn: 'We Are All So Proud'
Brooklyn began the chat by telling Et's Cameron Mathison that he actually tried the sport out for 15 years, beginning at around age 2.
"I had a lot of pressure on me," he admitted. "Every time I made a mistake everyone was looking at me like, 'Oh my God, like, he made a mistake.'"
"I still really enjoy it and I still watch it with my dad all the
Why We're Obsessed With 'Manhunt: Unabomber'
One of the longest searches in history for someone on the America's Most Wanted list came to a close after 17 years when the FBI captured the man known as the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski. Rather than tell the story from the point of view of Kaczynski (Paul Bettany), Discovery's Manhunt: Unabomber will focus on FBI agent and criminal profiler James "Fitz" Fitzgerald (Sam Worthington), who pioneers the use of forensic linguistics to identify and ultimately capture the serial bomber. The riveting eight-episode series will touch on aspects of the investigation many have doubtless forgotten or never knew. During an interview with Et, director Greg Yaitanes explained that the show was not centered around the question whether Fitz would catch Kaczynski, but rather
The 43-year-old fashion designer took to Instagram on Tuesday to remember her wedding anniversary.
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“I love you. Kisses x,” she captioned the old school wedding throwback of herself with her soccer pro hubby.
In the shot, the former Spice Girl is wearing a strapless satin gown while David, now 42, is rocking an all-white suit and holding a sleeping little Brooklyn in his arms.
David also shared an epic throwback shot, posting a pic of himself and his famous wife rocking matching all-leather ensembles.
“Wow we really did this,” he quipped in the caption. “Happy Anniversary to my amazing wife, mummy and strong business woman @victoriabeckham @brooklynbeckham @romeobeckham @cruzbeckham #Harpernotoninstagram Love you
Moran rose to fame when she was cast as the younger sister of Ron Howard’s Richie Cunningham on Happy Days, which ran for 11 seasons between 1974 and 1984. She later co-starred opposite Scott Baio in the short-lived spinoff Joanie Loves Chachi, which lasted for just two brief seasons between 1982 and 1983.
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Additional TV credits include episodes of Family Affair, The Love Boat, Murder,
Frank Adler (Chris Evans) is living a pretty good life in the southern “sunshine state” of Florida. He keeps busy
The Suicide Squad star took to Facebook on Tuesday to share a few photos from the dramatic haircut, which show Will excitedly holding up the massive bundle of blonde dreads he'd just cut off.
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"Getting Jaden Smith ready for the first day of filming #LifeInAYear," Smith wrote. "Maybe I should’ve used scissors?!"
Jaden is beginning production on a new romantic drama, Life In A Year, starring opposite Cara Delevingne and Terrence Howard.
One fan who happened to run into Will and Jaden on Tuesday snapped a few pics with the pair, and revealed the 18-year-old actor's super close-cut conservative new 'do.
In Life In
The German director is also in early talks to direct “One Plus One” for the studio.
Ditter penned an original treatment for “States of Emergency,” and has the option to produce and direct, which he’s likely to do.
The dealmaking for “One Plus One” is still in nascent stages, but if it closes, Ditter would direct the pic — an adaptation of the novel by Jojo Moyes. The story follows a single mother juggling two kids and a job, and struggling to make ends meet. She hits the road with her family to head to a competition that, if they were to win, could secure a better life for them all.
Before breaking out domestically with “How to Be Single” (starring Dakota Johnson,
Aziz Ansari will make his Saturday Night Live hosting debut on Jan. 21, with musical guest Big Sean, a week after Rogue One star Felicity Jones hosts the long-running comedy variety show.
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Ansari's Master of None returns to Netflix later this year, and something tells us he'll do a great job as host, judging by his several comedy specials, and the hilarious unofficial music video he and co-star Eric Wareheim made for Kanye West's "Famous" last year.
Something to look forward to!
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Watch the video below to see how Ansari and Master of None co-creator Alan Yang talk about the show's "surreal" Emmy win.
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