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By the Looks of This Pda, Emma Watson and Chord Overstreet Have Rekindled Their Romance!

By the Looks of This Pda, Emma Watson and Chord Overstreet Have Rekindled Their Romance!
Are Emma Watson and Chord Overstreet giving their love another shot? It certainly seems like it. After splitting in May, the Harry Potter actress and former Glee star showed some cute Pda as they went shopping in La on Tuesday afternoon. Aside from goofing off together as they looked at an Airstream trailer, the pair were spotted sharing a kiss as they took a few selfies together. How adorable!

The two first started dating sometime in January, but didn't confirm their romance until March, when they took a stroll together in La. While the reason for their initial split is still unclear, it seems like they've happily rekindled their romance. Here's hoping the second time's the charm for these two lovebirds. See more of their sickeningly cute outing together ahead.

Related: 12 Guys Who've Been Fortunate Enough to Call Emma Watson Their Girlfriend
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Ricky Martin (‘Assassination of Gianni Versace’): ‘I was really affected by playing Antonio D’Amico [Complete Interview Transcript]

Ricky Martin (‘Assassination of Gianni Versace’): ‘I was really affected by playing Antonio D’Amico [Complete Interview Transcript]
Ricky Martin returned to acting for the first time since 2012 to play Gianni Versace‘s lover Antonio D’Amico in FX’s “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.” The role required Martin to grieve for the loss of Antonio’s longtime partner while living amid rampant homophobia in 1997. Martin’s last acting gig before “Gianni Versace” was a one-episode appearance on “Glee,” another Ryan Murphy production.

Martin recently spoke with Gold Derby senior editor Joyce Eng for an exclusive video chat about why he chose “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” for his acting comeback, the immense emotional toll it took on him and how this might not be the last time he works with Murphy. You can watch the video above and read the complete interview transcript below.

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Gold Derby: Ricky Martin, I’ve heard you and
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'Riverdale' Star Charles Melton Apologizes for Fat-Shaming Comments

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'Riverdale' Star Charles Melton Apologizes for Fat-Shaming Comments
"Riverdale" star Charles Melton is apologizing and blaming immaturity for some really heinous fat-shaming comments he made that have come back to haunt him. Melton is addressing the now 6-year-old tweets that have gone viral after someone mined them out of his timeline. Low lights include, "Word of wisdom for the day...if your [sic] fat...don't look in the mirror" ... and "Don't tease fat kids, they already have enough on their plates." Melton now says,
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Late-Night Veteran Amy Ozols Has Returned to Work for Jimmy Fallon

Amy Ozols’ late-night work is being seen an hour earlier, thanks to a recent move that took her from a co-executive producer spot at CBS’ “Late Late Show with James Corden” to the head writer position at NBC’s “Tonight Show.”

Ozols became head writer at the NBC late-night mainstay in January, though the network did not announce the hire. Her move to “Tonight” reunites her with host Jimmy Fallon, with whom she worked for many years on a variety of projects, including a substantial stint between 2009 and 2012 as a producer and staff writer during his tenure at NBC’s “Late Night.
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Film Review: ‘Billy Boy’

Film Review: ‘Billy Boy’
Mean Streets” may have reflected the New York City that Martin Scorsese knew, but more often than not, its many imitators reveal how little posers seem to know about acting streetwise. And yet, that doesn’t stop successive generations from trying their hand at sharing their own tales of hard-luck youth on the mean streets of … wherever they hail from, as in “Billy Boy,” whose angsty young male protagonists tempt cruel fate in a city the movie never quite gets around to naming. (There are indications “Boy” was shot in L.A. and Detroit.)

You can’t fault now-25-year-old “American Animals” co-star Blake Jenner too harshly for this shallow muddle of a screenplay, as he was apparently still in his teens when he wrote it several years ago. However, inexperience is not a viable excuse for director Bradley Bueckner, even if this is his first directorial feature. He’s been a busy editor,
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Netflix's Next Reality Show Basically Is a Mashup of 'La La Land' and 'The Hills' (And It Sounds Perfect)

Call it the Queer Eye effect, but it seems that Netflix is majorly investing in its reality TV output, which is brilliant news for those of us who are more invested than we should be in the exploits of the Housewives and Jersey Shore cast members. The streaming giant has just announced that it has greenlit three new reality shows, and the one which has really caught our eye is Westside, described as La La Land meets The Hills (a convincing sales pitch if we’ve ever read one.) According to industry bible Variety, the eight part series will follow a group of "ambitious and talented young musicians spanning multiple genres, coming together to create an original performance series at a Los Angeles night club." It’ll balance insights into the artists’ "complicated lives" with music videos featuring — and this is where we really started to get interested — "original songs
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How the Cast of ‘Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Followed a Killer’s Spiral Into Madness

This story about “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” first appeared in the Miniseries/Movies issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine.

Most scientists estimate that the giant molten ball in our sky has another 5 billion years left to power life on earth. But for a coterie of fashion fans and one spree killer, it was vanquished on a July morning in 1997, when Gianni Versace was found dead, splayed on a South Beach sidewalk.

“He was the sun in an entire universe. When he disappeared, a void was created and everything collapsed,” Édgar Ramírez said of the celebrated fashion designer. Ramírez plays the loud visionary in FX’s limited series “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story,” a meditation on homophobia and shame, and producer Ryan Murphy’s second installment in a franchise kicked off by the Emmy-winning “The People v. O.J. Simpson.”

Based on Maureen Orth’s true-crime tale “Vulgar Favors,
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2018 Emmys: 5 reasons why ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ will win Best Comedy Series

“I really think you may be onto something with your ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ prediction,” Gold Derby chief Tom O’Neil confided to me via email. “But, sorry, I’m not gutsy enough to join you.” For months now I’ve been predicting “Curb Your Enthusiasm” to finally win the Best Comedy Series Emmy. However, looking at the official Gold Derby odds I know I am going out on a limb. None of our experts from around the web or other in house editors are predicting the HBO stalwart to take home the top honor.

Take a read of my five reasons that “Curb” is in prettty prettty prettty good shape to win on Emmy night and then let me know in the comment section what you think. Is Tom being foolish for not joining me out on that limb or am I going to fall in disgrace?

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Former 'Glee' Star Naya Rivera Is Reportedly Divorced From Her Husband Ryan Dorsey

It's offically over for Naya Rivera and her husband Ryan Dorsey. The Glee actress had originally filed for divorce from her husband in November 2016 after just two years of marriage, but the couple reconciled the follwing year. But she filed again in December 2017 after an alleged domestic violence incident, and now their divorce has finally been finalized. Naya and Ryan were declared officially divorced on Thursday, June 14, according to court documents obtained by The Blast. The couple will share custody of their two-year-old son Josey. They each both waived support payments for each other, but Ryan was paid a one-time payment of $30,000 from Naya. Back in October 2017, sources confirmed that Naya and Ryan were trying to work on their marriage after a brief separation. "She is back together with Ryan. They want to make it work for the sake of their son," a source revealed to E! News at the time.
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Power, Suits, Westworld, Supergirl, Animal Kingdom, 12 Monkeys, Black Lightning and More

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Power, Suits, Westworld, Supergirl, Animal Kingdom, 12 Monkeys, Black Lightning and More
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Please, please, please, do you have anything you could tease about Westworld? —Angel

Ausiello: Dial back the pleases a notch, please. Sunday’s episode features what seems to be multiple deaths of major characters. But this is Westworld, so please take that with a grain of salt, please.

Question: How long do you think we are going to have to wait for a decision on Timeless? —Cheryl

Ausiello: Your guess is as good as mine, Cheryl. But I have a bad — bad,
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Naya Rivera and Ryan Dorsey's Divorce Final

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Naya Rivera and Ryan Dorsey's Divorce Final
Naya Rivera is officially back on the market ... her divorce from Ryan Dorsey is final ... TMZ has learned. According to court docs ... the L.A. Superior Court judge signed off Thursday on their split. As we first reported ... Naya filed divorce docs back in December ... shortly after she and Dorsey allegedly got into a physical fight over Thanksgiving. The "Glee" star got arrested for domestic battery, but the charge was later dropped. Ryan and Naya have one child,
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6 of the Year’s TV Drama Casts Worthy of Emmy Attention

Plenty of new scripted shows premiered in the 2017–18 television season, meaning Emmy voters have their work cut out for them—particularly in the drama and miniseries categories. We’re selecting our favorite freshman series in those categories for your consideration. “9-1-1” (Fox)With humanely compelling performances from a powerful ensemble, Connie Britton, Peter Krause, and Angela Bassett anchor this show by balancing its drama with its at-times entertainingly impossible emergencies. The show tells viewers exactly what it is from the outset, when first responders rescue a baby from an apartment’s plumbing system. Whether depicting events in our heroes’ personal or professional lives, it somehow escalates from there. —Elyse Roth “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” (FX)Both a character study of killer Andrew Cunanan and a time capsule of 1990s queer culture, the second season of Ryan Murphy’s “American Crime Story” also trumpets the true arrival of Darren Criss.
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Mandy Moore and Darren Criss on Challenges of Stepping Into Leading Roles

Mandy Moore and Darren Criss on Challenges of Stepping Into Leading Roles
Neither Mandy Moore nor Darren Criss are new to the television scene, but both found breakout success with their current roles, which showed off their range as performers. As the family matriarch in “This Is Us,” Moore seamlessly embodies a character across four decades, while Criss deftly plumbed the depths of a serial killer in “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.” After bonding over a favorite track from Moore’s musical days, the two actors settled down to talk about working with visionary producers, chasing their dream roles, and coping with the responsibility of stepping into a leading role.
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‘America’s Got Talent’ audition: ‘Glee’ singer Noah Guthrie crushes Rihanna song ‘Love on the Brain’ [Watch]

‘America’s Got Talent’ audition: ‘Glee’ singer Noah Guthrie crushes Rihanna song ‘Love on the Brain’ [Watch]
Noah Guthrie got his start as a singer on YouTube before landing a recurring role on the final season of “Glee.” When that show went off the air in 2015, his star faded but he was determined to prove that he was more than just a one-trick pony. He decided to swallow his pride and audition for “America’s Got Talent.” (Watch his audition video above.)

Rather than sing the sort of upbeat tune for which he became known, Guthrie opted for a slow, sultry take on the Rihanna hit “Love on the Brain.” Accompanying himself on the electric guitar, he delivered the kind of confident performance that had all four “Agt” judges on their feet at the end.

Watch Howie Mandel presses ‘America’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer for 13-year-old singer Courtney Hadwin

Mel B said simply, “You killed it brother.” Heidi Klum admitted she was equally impressed by his humble manner and sexy voice.
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‘America’s Got Talent’ episode 3 recap: Were there any Golden Buzzer acts on June 12? [Live Blog]

‘America’s Got Talent’ episode 3 recap: Were there any Golden Buzzer acts on June 12? [Live Blog]
Season 13 of “America’s Got Talent” reaches the half point of the audition stage of the competition on June 12 with another two-hour episode showcasing the best (and worst) acts. In this phase of “Agt,” an act needs at least three of the four judges to give them a “yes” vote to advance to the next round. If at least two judges buzz the act, it is immediately eliminated. Each judge has one chance to hit the “golden buzzer” and send an act straight through to the live performances Cowell did just that in the second episode for singer Michael Ketterer while host Tyra Banks did likewise in the premiere when she flipped for dance troupe Zurcaroh.

Watch Simon Cowell presses ‘America’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer for father of six Michael Ketterer

The format is the same this year as last, with “America’s Got Talent” airing initially just on
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13 Endgame Couples We Love

Some people say it's all about the journey, but what's a journey without a destination in mind?

Different TV shows all feature their own unique relationships but usually tend to follow similar patterns and narrative structures. Some 'ships may be together right off the bat, while others take years of agonizing buildup before we finally get to see them set sail.

The couples that end up together during a show's series' finale earn the term "endgame," indicating that they're the final relationship for both characters involved. To put it in simpler terms, if you're lucky enough to love an endgame ship it usually means your favorite couple is going to be together forever.

Although there are still tons of shows currently airing with ships we're rooting for, here are 13 couples we love that ended up together in their show's series finale.

1. Jim and Pam - The Office Jim and Pam
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Watch a Glee Alum Crush It on America's Got Talent

Watch a Glee Alum Crush It on America's Got Talent
You may or may not know who Noah Guthrie is right now, but after this week's America's Got Talent, you're going to want to know who he is.  In a clip exclusive to E! news, the singer and Glee alum takes the stage to perform some Rihanna and it is good. We may not yet get to see if Guthrie makes it, but we'd be shocked if he doesn't just based on the faces he gets from judges Simon Cowell, Mel B, and Heidi Klum, and the backstage reaction from host Tyra Banks. "That is talent. Talent talent talent!" she says.  Guthrie appeared in the final season of Fox's Glee as Roderick Meeks, a student at McKinley High and one of the first members of the...
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Watch Every Tony Awards Performance: The Band's Visit, SpongeBob and More

Whether you fancy yourself a mean girl, a fair lady or (not!) a simple sponge, the 2018 Tony Awards offered a little something for everyone.

As is tradition, Sunday’s ceremony gave each of the shows nominated for Best Musical (The Band’s Visit, Mean Girls, Frozen and SpongeBob SquarePants) and Best Revival of a Musical (Carousel, My Fair Lady and Once on This Island) a chance to shine on the world’s greatest stage: television.

CBS’ three-hour broadcast also featured a performance by the cast of Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, as well as a highly anticipated appearance from Bruce Springsteen,
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Parkland High School Students Get Standing Ovation at Tonys After Drama Teacher Honored (Video)

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Parkland High School Students Get Standing Ovation at Tonys After Drama Teacher Honored (Video)
Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, brought attendees of the 72nd Annual Tony Awards to tears Sunday with a stirring performance of “Seasons of Love” from “Rent.”

Melody Herzfeld, the head of the drama department at the school that was the site of a mass shooting that claimed 17 lives in February — was honored at with a special award during the ceremony celebrating the best of Broadway theater.

However, her award was not given for an amazing performance, but a life-saving one in shielding dozens of students in her classroom during the massacre.

“Melody, for your dedication to the arts and the tremendous love for the young people in your care, we — all of us — thank you,” Ming-Na Wen (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”) said in a tribute to the teacher who received the Excellence in Theatre Education Award.

Nearly five months after tragedy struck their school,
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Shonda Rhimes Sets Anna Delvey Series as First Netflix Project

Shonda Rhimes Sets Anna Delvey Series as First Netflix Project
Shonda Rhimes is getting to work at Netflix.

Along with the streaming giant, Shondaland has acquired the rights to the New York Magazine article, “How Anna Delvey Tricked New York’s Party People” by Jessica Pressler. Rhimes is attached to write the series.

Delvey became infamous when it was revealed she had been posing as a wealthy German heiress in New York’s high society, conning numerous people and financial institutions to fund her lavish lifestyle. She is currently being held without bond in New York’s Rikers Island prison.

The New York Magazine article is one of two about
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