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Jason Derulo Lands First Win At The 2017 CMT Music Awards

To top it all off, Urban also won the highest award- Video of the Year- for " Blue Ain't Your Color ". Duo Video of the Year - H.O.L.Y. Luke Bryan and Jason Derulo fired up the audience with an encore version of this year's CMT Performance of the Year victor, the Derulo hit " Want to Want Me ". Read More »

Donald Trump's Hollywood Walk of Fame star vandalized.again!

The star is the 2,614th on the famed walk. WC, Ice Cube's collaborator in his group Westside Connection, sparked the crowd with a reference to Ice Cube's 1992 hit It Was A Good Day by asking the audience, 'Today was a good day, ain't it y'all?' "I wouldn't have a career if it wasn't for this dude", Singleton said, nodding toward Ice Cube . Read More »

May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback

At just eight seats shy of a majority, May turned to the right-wing Democratic Unionist Party (DUP ) of Northern Ireland , which won 10 seats in Westminster . It came as her most senior minister Damian Green confirmed that the Queen's Speech, due to set out the Government's programme on June 19, could be delayed as the Tories seek an agreement with the DUP. Read More »

Meghan Markle plays coy about Prince Harry romance at panel event


Instead, Markle responded with a smile and no words, according to The Telegraph . So it was exciting, to say the least, when Meghan slipped back into her role of actress over the weekend, especially for long-time Suits fans who can claim they've been on the Meghan bandwagon longer than most people . Read More »

Ariana Grande's Manchester Benefit Concert Raises Millions

The highlight of the event was when Grande sang an emotional and overpowering cover " Somewhere Over the Rainbow ", Judy Garland's signature song. She wrote, "broken. The Red Cross in a statement Monday said that almost $ 13 million has been raised for the fund since a suicide bombing at the end of Grande's May 22 show in Manchester. Read More »

Officials to host town hall on missile testing in Alaska

The system is set to be tested against a target similar in behaviour to the advanced ballistic missiles, which are now being developed, and have already been achieved, by Iran. congressional committee that Israel would test the missile in Kodiak, Alaska next year. According to sources as the trial center in Alaska, the cost of the trial will be $80 million, part of which will be financed by the US. Read More »

'Wonder Woman' cruises past 'The Mummy' at box office

In a distant second place with $32 million is " The Mummy ", which is both a Tom Cruise movie and the kick-off to another cinematic universe , this one being Universal's reboot of the classic monsters of decades past that its named Dark Universe . Read More »

Wonder Woman breaks box office record for female director

Wonder Woman has enjoyed a superpowered start at the box office , smashing the record for the largest United States opening weekend ever from a female director. Hollywood didn't have faith that " Wonder Woman " could work on her own as a film, and it took decades to take the DC female superhero out of development hell and onto the big screen. Read More »

Watch the PlayStation E3 2017 Stream Here

That's 2am, Tuesday 13 June in the United Kingdom, sorry. The crossover has features you wouldn't expect from either franchise, including multiplayer and exploration elements, so there is a chance we might see gameplay footage to clear things out. Read More »

Serbia tops World Cup qualifying group after draw with Wales

The keeper asked for the ball so I gave him the ball and he said, 'I'm going to stay in the middle, you're going to go down the middle'. As Wales looked to sit on their lead heading into the second half, Joe Allen's booking resulted in another potentially crucial suspension and Aleksandar Kolarov sent the subsequent free-kick fizzing just past the top-right corner. Read More »

Anti-Sharia Law Protest In Indianapolis Turns Into Shouting Match


A similar scene played out in a park near a NY courthouse, where counter-protesters sounded air-horns and banged pots and pans in an effort to silence an anti-Shariah rally. "What we are against is any law that overrides the United States Constitution as it reads, whether it's an ideological law or a religious-ideological law combined", Kemp says. Read More »

Irving Representative Matt Rinaldi Claims to Have Called ICE on Hispanic Protesters


A Texas lawmaker threatened to call immigration on a group of peaceful protesters at the state legislature on Monday - resulting in a reported shoving match between politicians and maybe even death threats. " Matt Rinaldi looked into a House gallery full of Americans exercising their first amendment rights against SB4 - Americans of all ages and ethnicities - and he saw only 'illegals, '" Romero said in a statement . Read More »

Bill Cosby's accuser was 'humiliated' by alleged sex attack

Johnson testified on Day One that she lost consciousness in 1996 soon after Cosby pressured her to take a large white pill. Cosby had attended Temple, and Constand had met him when she worked for the women's basketball team. "I was very confused and disoriented", she said. Bill Cosby told the mother of the woman who has accused him of sexual assault that he was a "sick man" and apologized, the mother testified on Wednesday at the comedian's criminal trial. Read More »

Wonder Woman breaks United States box office record for film by female director


Starring Gal Gadot and directed by Patty Jenkins , the film has been an across-the-board success, scoring high marks from critics and raking in more than $ 100 million at the box office over the weekend. The balance of humor (Gadot's projection of a naïve, sheltered warrior in the big, bad world) and emotion (her character's unbending sense of honor, outrage over war and discovery of the power of love) both ground and elevate the film. Read More »

Former 'Top Gear' Star Richard Hammond Injured In Serious Car Crash


The TV star was found to have a fractured knee, which he said doctors would turn into a " Swiss Army knee " when he was treated later in the day. According to the report, Clarkson was enjoying a "chilled glass of wine" having finished filming when, over the radio, someone said Hammond and co-host James May were doing another shoot. Read More »

Putin denies United States election meddling, says he barely met Mike Flynn

The two sat next to each other. Megyn Kelly's one-on-one interview with Vladimir Putin , which aired on NBC on Sunday, didn't break any new ground, many think, and left the Twittersphere with a sour taste. "Well, this is just another load of nonsense", Putin said in response to Kelly's question on whether he has "something damaging on our president". Read More »

Insomniac's Spider-Man for PS4 will release in 2018

After surprising fans with news that Insomniac Games was creating a brand new Spider-Man game for the PlayStation 4 a year ago at E3, the studio went completely silent on the title. The games will have no connections to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, existing within their own self-contained universe. Those "things" that have come in the past year included the reveal and release of Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy and the announcement of Square Enix and Marvel Entertainment partnering ... Read More »

Bill Cosby Trial Draws to a Close Without Him Testifying

She sat in the front row, across the aisle from Constand, who didn't react to McMonagle's two-hour closing but smiled at the end of it. In 2015, Steele cited the Cosby deposition as new evidence in reopening the long-abandoned case against Cosby stemming from the Constand accusation. Read More »