Shock, grief, and gratitude after death of Chadwick Boseman
God bless Chadwick Boseman. Denzel Washington, via a statement. During the premiere party for Black Panther, Chadwick reminded me of something. My friend and fellow Bison Chadwick Boseman was brilliant, kind, learned, and humble. We are devastated by the tragic loss of Chadwick Boseman. From Black Panther to Da 5 Bloods, Chadwick Boseman brought strength and light to the screen, every time. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, via Twitter.
Expert: Uncommon to be diagnosed with colon cancer so young
Actor Chadwick Boseman, known for playing real-life Black icons and ruling Wakanda as the Marvel character Black Panther, died at age 43 after a four-year battle with colon cancer. Jacksonville oncologist Dr. Scot Ackerman said Saturday on The Morning Show that its unusual for someone to be diagnosed with colon cancer at such a young age. God bless Chadwick Boseman. Denzel Washington, via a statement. During the premiere party for Black Panther, Chadwick reminded me of something. You will be missed. Bosemans Black Panther co-star Sterling K. Brown.
Beyoncs message, epic performances stand out at BET Awards
In this video grab issued Sunday, June 28, 2020, by BET, Beyonce accepts the humanitarian award during the BET Awards. The singer dedicated her award to the Black Lives Matter movement, and encouraged activists to continue to push forward. DaBaby rapped a verse from the Black Lives Matter remix of his hit song Rockstar with Roddy Ricch at the awards. While holding a baseball bat, DaBaby then stood on a stage behind a group of people who had their fists raised high while others held Black Lives Matter signs. During the performance, video clips were shown of the national protests over the deaths of unarmed Black people including Floyd, Arbery and Taylor.
CES gadget show: How watching TV will change in the 2020s
NEW YORK, NY – What will watching TV be like in the 2020s? CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, starts Sunday in Las Vegas with two days of media previews. At the 2015 show, satellite TV company Dish announced a cheaper, cable-like package of TV channels delivered over the internet and intended for cord-cutters . Apple launched its own streaming service in November, while Quibi promises phone-friendly viewing, with former Disney studios chief Jeffrey Katzenberg behind the effort. Or will they flock to free services like Tubi, even if they lack original movies and TV shows?
Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul Have Surprise 'American Idol' Reunion on 'America's
However, there was one special appearance that took everyone by surprise. The unexpected cameo came as a total shock to Abdul's former American Idol judge Simon Cowell, who was blown away while sitting behind the judges panel. "That was brilliant," Cowell said of the big surprise, giving her a thumbs up as she blew him kisses from the stage. The surprising American Idol reunion came as a result of Abdul wanting to promote her Las Vegas residency at the Flamingo Hotel. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent' Finals: Simon Cowell Calls Kodi Lee's Performance the 'Most Beautiful' He's Ever Heard'America's Got Talent' Judge Simon Cowell Reveals Why He Decided to Get In Shape During Season 14 (Exclusive)'America's Got Talent': Simon Cowell Celebrates 11-Year-Old Violinist and Cancer Survivor With Golden Buzzer
'America's Got Talent': Young Golden Buzzer Winner Gets Cut in Emotional Semifinals
But, fans didn't find out who among the three got the axe until the final moments of the special episode. The two acts to step up alongside the acrobatic dance crew were Swedish musician Chris Klfford and Australian magician Dom Chambers. While Dowis' art is undeniably impressive and emotional, Beasha is a vocal powerhouse who shouldn't have been in jeopardy in the first place. The long-awaited America's Got Talent finals kick off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': An Opera Diva, a Dance Crew & a Youth Choir Steal the Semifinals Spotlight'America's Got Talent' Results Show: See Who's Headed to the Finals!
'America's Got Talent' Results Show: See Which Fan Favorites Are Headed to the Finals
Only five acts in total were able to forward to the finals, and it was an exclusive group that was revealed over a surprising, tense night of eliminations and results. Ultimately, Lee was voted forward and the heartwarming star could hardly contain his excitement as he stood onstage with his loving mom and brother. While it was a tough choice for all four judges, Hough and Union voted for the Youth Choir, while Mandel wanted to make Finley's dream come true. The second round of the America's Got Talent semifinals kick off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': Shirtless Acrobats, a Young Violinist and Kodi Lee Shine Brightest in 1st Semfinals'America's Got Talent' Results Show Gets Tense With Some Surprising Eliminations'America's Got Talent': See Who Dominated Week 3 of Quarterfinals
'America's Got Talent' Results Show Gets Tense With Some Surprising Eliminations --
Only seven acts in total were able to move forward, and it was an exclusive group that was revealed over a surprising, tense night of eliminations and results. However, the first pairing of the night was a little less tense than the rest of the night. The next contestants to learn their fate were magicians Dom Chambers and Eric Chien, as well as aerialist Matthew Richardson. The final pairing came down to singers Benico Bryant -- who performed a powerful original tune on Tuesday -- and Mackenzie, who delivered a powerful cover of David Bowie's "Life on Mars?" The America's Got Talent semifinals kick off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.
'America's Got Talent': Simon Cowell and Howie Mandel's Golden Buzzer Winners
Only seven acts in total were able to forward, and that save rounded out a list that was revealed over a surprising, tense night of eliminations and results. The first show-down of the evening came when Crews called forward Cowell's Golden Buzzer act, 11-year-old violinist Tyler Butler-Figeuroa, and Howie Mandel's Golden Buzzer act, charismatic singer Joseph Allen. Light Balance Kids were the first ones announced, but Crews revealed that they weren't the only ones. The next round of the America's Got Talent quarterfinals kicks off Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': See Who Shined in Quarterfinals Week 2'America's Got Talent': Golden Buzzer Winner Among Those Sent Home in Surprising Results Show'America's Got Talent': Inspiring Musician Kodi Lee Brings Judges to Tears In Quarterfinals Performance
'America's Got Talent': Golden Buzzer Winner Among Those Sent Home in Surprising
Thirteen-year-old songstress Ansley Burns, 15-year-old musician (and Golden Buzzer winner) Sophie Pecora, and the high-kicking drill dance team the Emerald Belles. This means Pecora, who'd earned a Golden Buzzer from judge Brad Paisley during the first night of the Judge Cuts Round, ended her AGT journey, along with the Emerald Belles. Broadway hopeful, and Golden Buzzer winner, Luke Islam was then called forward, along with the adorable pre-teen girl group GFORCE. I mean, he already has almost half a billion views online from his audition and his Golden Buzzer moment [and tonight] I think he beat that moment," Mandel marveled. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent': Inspiring Musician Kodi Lee Brings Judges to Tears In Quarterfinals Performance'America's Got Talent': 10-Year-Old Opera Prodigy Earns Golden Buzzer From Guest Judge Jay Leno'America's Got Talent': Young LED Dance Group Snag Golden Buzzer From Guest Judge Ellie Kemper
Javier Bardem in Talks for Disney's Live-Action 'The Little Mermaid': Who He Would
Javier Bardem is in negotiations to join Disney's live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid, according to multiple outlets. Hes up for the role of King Triton, the father of Ariel, who will be played by Halle Bailey. Earlier this month, Terry Crews started a social media campaign to express his interest in tackling the role of King Triton. The Little Mermaid is expected to go into production in early 2020. RELATED CONTENT:Harry Styles in Early Talks to Play Prince Eric in 'Little Mermaid'Denzel Dion Talks 'The Little Mermaid' Casting (Exclusive)Terry Crews Wants to Play King Triton in 'The Little Mermaid'
'America's Got Talent': Julianne Hough Slams Golden Buzzer for Amazing 12-Year-Old
The final night of America's Got Talentseason 14 auditions aired Tuesday, and the final Golden Buzzer went to a very worthy 12-year-old singer named Luke Islam. Before taking the stage, Islam opened up a little to host Terry Crews in a pre-taped package that explored his passion for music and theater. His Golden Buzzer victory means the young singer will be moving ahead straight to the live shows. Check out the video below for more on some of the previous Golden Buzzer recipients who will face off against Islam later this season. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent' Week 6's Best Moments: Acrobatic Lovers, Blind Soul Singers and a Golden Buzzer Winner'America's Got Talent' Sneak Peek: Mind Reading Duo The Sentimentalists Leave Judges Stunned (Exclusive)'America's Got Talent' Dancer 'Accidentally' Hits Golden Buzzer
Terry Crews wants to play King Triton in 'Little Mermaid' remake
Joe Scarnici/Getty ImagesBURBANK, Calif. - "The Little Mermaid" casting games are already in full swing. "America's Got Talent" host Terry Crews tweeted a photoshopped pic of himself as King Triton, the ruler of the under the ocean kingdom Atlantica. !," Crews tweeted. "Hey, has @terrycrews been cast as King Triton in the new Little Mermaid yet?," writer Ben Bertoli tweeted days before Crews did. "I've said this from day one: please make Idris Elba King Triton.
Terry Crews Wants to Play King Triton in 'The Little Mermaid'
Now that Ariel has been cast, Hollywood is lining up to be in The Little Mermaid! On Saturday, Terry Crews announced on social media that he is more than ready to tackle the role of King Triton, the patriarch in the undersea adventure, now that fans know Halle Bailey of Chloe x Halle will be the films star. The original author of The Little Mermaid was Danish. Black Danish people, and this mer-folk, can also *genetically* (!!!) RELATED CONTENT:Disney's Freeform Defends Halle Bailey's 'Little Mermaid' Casting in Open Letter to CriticsHalle Berry Congratulates Halle Bailey on 'Little Mermaid' CastingMelissa McCarthy in Early Talks to Play Ursula in Live-Action 'Little Mermaid'
Terry Crews Confirms 'White Chicks' Sequel Is in the Works
During a recent appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Terry Crews revealed that Shawn Wayans, who starred in the 2004 flick with his brother, Marlon Wayans, wants a sequel to move forward. "I've been working out for 15 years so we can do White Chicks 2 y'all! So if things go right, we hope to do a White Chicks 2." RELATED CONTENT:Busy Philipps Recreates Her Epic 'White Chicks' Dance Battle With Her Co-Stars -- Watch! Watch Terry Crews Revisit His Amazing Vanessa Carlton 'White Chicks' Cover on 'Lip Sync Battle'Terry Crews Clarifies His Comments About Liam Neeson: 'I Was Not Defending Him'
'America's Got Talent': Hilarious Dancer 'Accidentally' Hits His Own Golden
Julianne Hough is the only America's Got Talent judge with a Golden Buzzer left -- but on Tuesday's show, she didn't get a chance to use it! The routine culminated on a surprising but hilarious moment, when the dancer leaned back across the judges' table, "accidentally" hitting his own Golden Buzzer! Gabrielle Union added, as Howie said it was his favorite Golden Buzzer ever. Ultimately, the Golden Buzzer didn't count, but Trigger got "Yes" votes across the board from the judges' and, to everyone's delight, made it through to the next round. "They did so well that I have to do this," he added, walking over to the judges' panel and up to the Golden Buzzer.
'America's Got Talent': A Contestant Walks Off Stage After Simon Cowell Says He'
Tensions were high on Tuesday's America's Got Talent, as Simon Cowell got heated with a contestant during his audition -- leading to an eventual walk-off. The stand-off between the two got slightly heated when Cowell told Landers, "Your problem is, you don't take risks," and asked him to come back later with another song to perform. "You are getting on my nerves right now, because I actually like your voice," Cowell told the singer. "He was really getting on my nerves," Cowell told his fellow judges as the singer exited. He eventually returned, and the judges -- including Cowell -- assured the singer that they were rooting for him, despite the rocky start.