We Are The World: The Story Behind The Song (1985 TV Movie)
The 45th edition of the AMAs will broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 8 p.m. Et on ABC. But before the show starts, you need a run-down of what to expect on the big night.
Here’s everything you need to know.
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Now, the star says his out-of-character tweets came at a desperate time.
“I’ve never seen a sitting president attack the victims of a natural disaster before,” the 37-year-old said during a Friday appearance on Good Morning America. “That is without precedent, that is why my words were without precedent.”
The Twitter posts came after Trump sent out a string of messages condemning Puerto Rico officials for seeking federal
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The legendary music icon was honored at Boston’s Agganis Arena on Saturday alongside Lucinda Williams, Todd Rundgren, Shin Joong Hyun, and Neil Portnow, president and CEO of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
“For his contributions to contemporary culture, his humanitarian efforts, and the joy his music brings to so many, it is my pleasure to present Berklee’s honorary doctorate of music to Lionel Richie,” Berklee President Roger H. Brown said in his
The annual event celebrated the work of the free legal services org, which seeks to protect the rights of abused and neglected children, and raised $1.5 million toward the Alliance’s efforts. Outgoing Alliance president and CEO Janis Spire was honored as the 2017 national champion for children and Austin Beutner received the Francis M. Wheat Community Service Award for his work as chairman and founder of Vision to Learn, a non-profit that provides free eyeglasses to children in need.
Moore and Metz kicked things off by discussing some of the parallels between the themes explored on their NBC show and the Alliance’s work.
“The plot of our show is actually drawn
His biggest single was 1981’s “We’re in This Love Together.” Jarreau was a vocalist on the all-star 1985 track, “We Are the World,” and sang the theme to TV’s Moonlighting.
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According to a statement posted on the singer’s official website, Jarreau died in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The news comes just days after Jarreau announced he was going to retire after being hospitalized for exhaustion in L.A.
It had been posted earlier this week on his Twitter account that he was feeling weak and breathless.
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In 2015, Jarreau gave a master class to young master class to students from three Philadelphia-area performing arts schools, reports CBS Philly.
“The important thing is that they keep the music
“I think my dad wrote ‘We Are The World’ when I was 3, so it’s something that was just a part of my growing up,” Richie, 35, told People at the Baby2Baby Holiday Party presented by Old Navy at Montage Beverly Hills about how being charitable was instilled in her at a young age.
“It’s always important, but it’s especially important right now to be giving back and just putting a smile on these
At least, that’s how much money Whedon put into his political action committee Save the Day, per public Fec filings compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonpartisan research group that publishes financial information on PACs and super PACs. According to reports, the brand new super Pac, founded a few months ago, had exactly one donor over the last three months:
The Save the Date Super Pac’s funds were devoted to producing “digital advertisement productions” — Aka YouTube videos, which culminated in approximately 18,000 channel subscribers and 11.5 million views across 20 shorts over the last few months. The themes of these videos varied, as did the styles, but Whedon was able to recruit an impressive array of famous faces to appear in them, with one overarching theme taking priority: please vote,
In an attempt to inspire others to vote for the Democratic nominee, the “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” creator and star shared a hilarious anti-Trump music video titled “Holy Sh*t (You’ve Got To Vote).” Co-written by Bloom, Zach Reino and Jack Dolgen, the Funny or Die clip features a slew of celebrities including Moby, Mayim Bialik, Jaime Camil, Adam Pally, Melissa Rauch, Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Paul Scheer and so many more.
“Holy Sh*t” begins with Bloom at the piano, singing about how “an orange talking Std” has driven her to the recording studio.
The track is very “We are the World” and includes lyrics like, “And it really doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know / When your rocket’s f**cking racist,
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Passionately and at times profanely urging people to vote in the presidential election (on Tuesday, Nov. 8!), the FunnyOrDie video features The Big Bang Theory‘s Mayim Bailik and Melissa Rauch, Grey’s Anatomy‘s Jason George, Jane the Virgin‘s Jaime Camil, Modern Family’s Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Glee grads Jane Lynch and Naya Rivera, Parks and Rec alum Adam Scott,
Working the stand-up circuit for 36 years, Meaney began his career in Boston and San Francisco in the 1980s. Taking the stage in loud blazers and bow ties, he made a signature bit from a chirpy, chiding impression of his mother, which punctuated personal anecdotes about tight pants and his childhood resemblance to Wayne Newton. Interruption was a big component of Meaney’s routine—as seen in this Tonight Show clip, where the personal material is abruptly and unexpectedly derailed by a vocalist-by-vocalist lip-sync of “We Are The World.” Music was another major part of Meaney’s performances: Before he went on to appear in the stage version of Hairspray, he’d cap his sets with an a cappella showstopper expressing his indifference to bombing onstage.
Beyond stand-up, Meaney starred in ...
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Granted, it’s hard to completely fault CBS’ reasoning, given the success the network has enjoyed with back-to-back versions of “NCIS” on Tuesdays. And just to make the connection even easier to digest for the network’s traditional viewers, Gary Sinise, who headed up the New York version of “CSI,” plays Jack Garrett, the boss of the FBI’s International Response Team (or “Irt,” one supposes), which leaps into action whenever
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