Mike Richards stole the hearts and minds of 'Jeopardy!' fans everywhere after only one night hosting, with many already wanting him to become full-time host.
On Tuesday’s "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," Ricki Lake shared all the juicy details about getting engaged to Ross Burningham over the weekend.
The special was dedicated to the ARMY, with BTS expressing frustration over not being able perform in person for their fans, mingled with their gratitude for the 'Unplugged' opportunity and hopes for a return to normalcy in 2021.
In the first look at the HBO documentary film “Tina,” Tina Turner recalls losing her mother when she was young, having watched her look out the window of their home until one day she wasn’t there and never came back. Turner explains how this memory shaped her and helped the music legend overcome hardship throughout her career. “I wanted her to come for me. I waited. She never did,” Turner says in the trailer. “And it’s all right. You know why? I’m a girl from a cotton field. I pulled myself above the destruction and the mistakes, and I’m here for you.” “Tina” comes from directors Dan Lindsay, T.J. Martin, who are the directors of the Oscar-winning “Undefeated,” and it will document Turner’s early rise to fame, her personal and professional struggles and her resurgence as a phenomenon in the 1980s. The documentary debuts on HBO on March 27. Also Read: Edgar Wright's 'The Sparks Brothers' Acquired by Focus Features “Tina” begins in the fall of 1981 when she sits down for an interview with Carl Arrington for People Magazine, five years after she had filed for divorce from Ike Turner and had already recorded hits like “A Fool in Love”, “River Deep – Mountain High” and “Proud Mary.” In that interview, she would reveal that her supposedly healthy marriage was full of abuse and torture she had suffered during her marriage and how she made her escape after years of trauma, and the article would be the first of many that would paint her as a survivor. The film then shows how she spent years performing in Vegas before finally hitting it big again with her album “Private Dancer” and her No. 1 single “What’s Love Got To Do With It.” “Tina” shows how Turner continued to privately wrestle with her own survivor narrative even as she performed with superstars and in front of record crowds. It concludes with Turner taking a bow at the opening night of the Broadway musical about her life. Others interviewed for the film include Angela Bassett, Oprah Winfrey, journalist Kurt Loder who co-authored “I, Tina,” playwright Katori Hall and husband and former record executive Erwin Bach, among many others. Check out the first teaser for the film above. Read original story Tina Turner Says She Pulled Herself ‘Above the Destruction and the Mistakes’ in Doc Teaser (Video) At TheWrap
Longtime "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak found himself in hot water, following Monday’s show, for mocking a contestant.
Bachelor Nation had no sympathy for the contestant, whose alleged history of racism recently surfaced.
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Dylan Farrow went into disturbing detail in describing some of her alleged experiences with Woody Allen.
'Idol' fans were mad when the judges' decision to put through two novelty acts took a spot from a memorable singer with actually serious intentions.
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The Oscar frontrunner centers on McDormand's aging widow who works seasonal minimum-wage retail gigs while traversing the American West in the van in which she also lives.
While some at Fox News defended Ted Cruz’s actions, Trace Gallagher didn’t hold back in castigating the Texas senator for abandoning his constituents.
Green Bay Packers fan and legendary actress Jodie Foster appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," where she discussed Aaron Rodgers NFL MVP acceptance speech.
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FKA twigs sits down for an emotional interview with Gayle King about Shia LaBeouf.
James Wan's new "Mortal Kombat" reboot trailer features cinematic versions of popular characters like Sub-Zero, Jax, Kano and Goro.
Lemon joined media outlets in Texas in calling out the falsehoods being pushed by Governor Abbott and others about why millions are without heat and power.
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Fans immediately took to Twitter following the episode to show their appreciation.