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Jeffrey Katzenberg apologizes to Molly Ringwald for wanton comment

DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg released an reparation to Molly Ringwald after a wanton criticism he allegedly finished about the singer resurfaced online. In an letter she penned for the New Yorker, the “Pretty in Pink” star, 49, recalled years of passionate nuisance she faced early in her career — and a licentious criticism finished by a certain Hollywood exec. “The …

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Harvey Weinstein loses Harvard’s W.E.B. Du Bois medal

Harvard University is holding stairs to stretch itself from Harvey Weinstein amid dozens of accusations of passionate harassment and abuse. The film producer’s W.E.B. Du Bois award has been rescinded, the Executive Committee of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research voted Tuesday night. “We have voted unanimously to revoke the Du Bois Medal awarded to Mr. Weinstein …

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New York-based dancer Voodoo Ray passed at 50

Voodoo Ray, a New York-based dancer famous for his sharp moves and for being a tie in the city’s bar scene, reportedly died Tuesday. He was 50. John Rich, a crony of Ray’s, reliable the detriment of his companion Wednesday on Facebook. “I’m so contemptible to contend that category and use will be cancelled tomorrow due to the remarkable detriment …

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Trump claims he owns Renoir unresolved in Art Institute of Chicago

There are two versions of French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s “Two Sisters (On The Terrace).” One has hung in the Art Institute of Chicago given 1933. The other is in President Donald Trump’s New York apartment. But one of them is a feign — and the Art Institute says it isn’t the one in Chicago. Sotomayor avoids deliberating Trump’s comments about …

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‘Fashion Police’ canceled, to air farewell special in November

It’s the finish of a select era. “Fashion Police” will sing its swan strain next month as the long-running authorization ends. The speak show premiered in 1995 with Joan Rivers, who hosted until her death in 2014. Kathy Griffin took over for just 7 episodes before Melissa Rivers, Joan’s daughter, took the helm, joining Giuliana Rancic, Brad Goreski, NeNe Leakes …

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Michelle Williams says she was suicidal during Destiny’s Child

At the tallness of her popularity, Michelle Williams couldn’t see the light. The thespian suggested Wednesday that she’s been battling basin given she was 13, and even deliberate self-murder while she was in Destiny’s Child. “I’m in one of the top-selling womanlike groups of all time, pang with depression,” she pronounced on “The Talk.” “When we disclosed it to the …

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Bizarre swindling speculation about feign Melania Trump takes over

Will the genuine First Lady greatfully mount up? A bizarre swindling speculation present on Twitter insists that Melania Trump has actually been transposed by a physique double. The speculation was creatively posed by comedian Andrea Wagner Barton after the Trumps visited the U.S. Secret Service training trickery in Beltsville, Md. “Is it me or during his debate currently a feign …

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‘Buffy’ star Nicholas Brendon arrested for domestic violence

Nicholas Brendon found himself back behind bars again progressing this month. The “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” star was charged with transgression domestic assault after allegedly pulling his partner by her arm and her hair during an evidence at the hotel bar at the Saguaro Palm Springs on Oct. 11, according to KESQ. Witnesses reportedly called police and Brendon was expelled …

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CIA fires dog who wasn’t ‘enjoying’ bomb showing training

Lulu couldn’t just penetrate her training. The one-and-a-half-year-old womanlike black labrador was forsaken from the CIA’s bomb showing program since she was “not enjoying herself.” “Our trainers’ top regard is earthy mental contentment of K9s,” the group announced Wednesday. “They done formidable decision did what’s best for Lulu: stop her training.” Lulu, the smallest puppy in her class, was training …

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Julianne Moore, Kyra Sedgwick pull for worse gun control laws

Hollywood stars Julianne Moore and Kyra Sedgwick threw their support Wednesday behind an bid to vigour lawmakers for some-more gun control laws. The new Everytown for Gun Safety campaign encourages Americans to make 1 million calls to Congress before the midterm elections in 2018. The National Rifle Association is subsidy legislation that would water-down gun silencer reserve laws, and need …

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