Entertainment world reacts to Joe Biden being sworn in as the 46th president of the United States

Entertainment world reacts to Joe Biden being sworn in as the 46th president of the United States

A host of stars from across the world of entertainment have reacted to Joe Biden being sworn in as …
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CAA Acquires Creative Entertainment Agency Tandem

CAA is expanding its digital media partnerships and branded content with the acquisition of Tandem,…
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Dan Gilbert sells Cleveland casino interests; JACK Entertainment remains operator

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cavs owner Dan Gilbert, who in 2009 led a successful voter effort to legalize cas…
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Netflix's big 4Q lifts video service above 200M subscribers

Netflix’s big 4Q lifts video service above 200M subscribers

… of deep-pocketed rivals, with perhaps the most formidable posed by a more experienced and even larger entertainment company: Walt Disney Co.
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Mid-Michigan entertainment weekend Jan. 22-24 and beyond

Mid-Michigan entertainment weekend Jan. 22-24 and beyond · ART Grab and Go Snowman Painting: Jan. 23, register to pick up supplies that morning …
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Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Closes $22.5 Million Private Placement

COS COB, Conn., Jan. 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE), one of the largest operators …
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Jason Chung: Esports, the future of entertainment is already (mostly) here

Jason Chung: Esports, the future of entertainment is already (mostly) here

In 2020, the sports and entertainment world was forced to turn to the young guns for salvation. Vid…
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Robbie Williams tests positive for coronavirus on holiday

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Dolly Parton’s husband doesn’t want fame

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she shared of her relationship: “A lot of people have thought that [he is imaginary] through the years because he …
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K-pop's top dogs to launch new acts

K-pop’s top dogs to launch new acts

SEOUL • Big names in K-pop are launching new acts this year with a fresh crop of talented musicia…
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Dan Gilbert sold his JACK Entertainment casino business in December

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The Benford Company: Entertainment Mogul Vassal Benford Known for His Midas Touch – An …

Benford’s Companies ( A full service multi-media entertainment company, Music, Film , 4D Technolo…
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MH Entertainment | Battle of the Bands QC

MH Entertainment | Battle of the Bands QC

MH Entertainment | Battle of the Bands QC. Living Local. Posted: Jan 18, 2021 / 02:02 PM CST / Updated: Jan 18, 2021 / 11:50 AM CST. AddThis …
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Are Hollywood executives complicit in Latinx exclusion?

Members of the Latinx community have perpetually remained underrepresented in front of and behind H…
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ZEE Entertainment appoints Nimisha Pandey to head Hindi Originals for ZEE5

ZEE Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. (ZEE) has roped in Nimisha Pandey to head the Hindi Originals fo…
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5 Bay Area arts and entertainment events to check out this week

5 Bay Area arts and entertainment events to check out this week

The Chronicle’s guide to notable arts and entertainment happenings in the Bay Area. James Monroe Iglehart and Taylor Iman Jones join Ray of Light for …
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Anwar Hadid wowed Dua Lipa with his cooking skills

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Garth Brooks to Perform at Joe Biden’s Inauguration

Garth Brooks is ready to help ring in a new presidency! The country legend announced on Monday that he will be performing at Joe Biden’s inauguration as part of the swearing-in ceremony at the Capitol building on Wednesday, Jan. 20.  “This is not a political statement, this is statement of unity,” Brooks said in a press conference with reporters. “This is kind of how I get to serve this country.” “I’ve played for every president there is, since Carter, with the exception of Reagan. This is an honor for me to get to serve… and it’s one of the things that, if my family is around, no matter who the president-elect is, it’s an honor to be asked.” Brooks teased “two or three options” for his patriotic performance, but while he couldn’t name a specific song, he noted, “We were lucky enough to do ‘We Shall Be Free’ at the Obama inauguration, so I don’t think you’ll see that here.” On Wednesday, Biden will be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, as will Kamala Harris as his vice president, in an event attended by members of Congress as well as former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. Donald Trump, who was impeached for the second time last week, previously stated that he will not attend the ceremony, making him the first president since Andrew Johnson to do so. While attendance is limited due to COVID-19, as well as security concerns stemming from the insurrection on the Capitol earlier this month, Biden’s inauguration day is still set to be a star-studded affair. In additions to Brooks, the day will feature performances from Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez, as well as a TV special, Celebrating America, to air in the evening hosted by Tom Hanks and featuring performances by Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, Jon Bon Jovi, John Legend, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters, Ant Clemons, and more to come, according to the Inaugural Committee. Stars like Eva Longoria and Kerry Washington will also introduce segments throughout the night. See more from the country legend in the video below. RELATED CONTENT: Garth Brooks Reacts to His Song Helping Kelly Clarkson Post-Split Garth Brooks Honored With Icon Award at 2020 Billboard Music Awards Garth Brooks Withdraws From CMA Entertainer of the Year Voting  
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Dinner and a Show: Entertainment Is on the Menu at These Beijing Restaurants

Dinner and a Show: Entertainment Is on the Menu at These Beijing Restaurants

Feeling a bit of cabin fever but nonetheless committed to hunkering down in the capital? If you’ve exhausted your Netflix playlist and are on a first-name basis with the waimai guys, maybe it’s time to get out of the house. Here are some places to grab a meal with a side of fun. Maybe you can’t take a trip around the world, but at Spacelab your food will journey through the dining room on a spiral roller coaster before stopping abruptly at your table. Two thumbs up from parents and teens on the burgers (RMB 58-99); For the younger set there’s a movie room upstairs. Mask-changing actors, tableside noodle dance, origami folding, free manicures, help with homework, and robots delivering your food? Why would you stay home? Every location is different, but HaiDiLao Hot Pot promises a predictably good time (Avg. RMB 155). Dining alone? Take a seat at He Lu Revolving Sushi where rolls and sashimi keep you company as they skate by. Just collect the plates and pay when you leave (Avg. RMB 100). At Rodeo Connection, the Flaming Cheese-covered Pork Ribs (RMB 388) have enough firepower to singe your eyebrows. A smaller fire warms the Mulled Wine (RMB 298) tableside, and a bit of magic creates an exotic smoke bubble on the Alice Wonderland cocktail (RMB 108). If the pyrotechnics aren’t enough, you can boost your adrenaline with a ride on the mechanical bull. With a more subtle flambé, Bistro B’s Crêpe Suzette (RMB 90) prepared tableside with a glass of Prosecco makes date night perfect. Shunpachi at the Hyatt Regency Wangjing features an exhibition-style kitchen with chefs preparing yakitori, teppanyaki, noodles, robatayaki, and sushi. Choose the all-you-can-eat dinner (RMB 368) and relax Izakaya-style with sake in hand. Plans for Guilin canceled? Console yourself Yunnan style at Dian Dachi Stone Pot Fish where your fish will steam away under a hat at your table while live folk music lifts your spirits. Gather friends and head to Chaoyang Park’s Mongolia Big Camp Restaurant. Pass the camels to your own private yurt, where a roast sheep and a bottle of Baijiu will ward off winter’s chill. Book the cultural show and musicians and dancers will come to your yurt, transporting you to the grasslands of the North (Avg. RMB 250). For a more traditional serenade, enjoy a dinner concert on Fridays at O’Steak (Avg. RMB 250) or the weekend jazz brunch at The Peninsula (RMB 488). Book the Wine n’ Dine experience at Black Sesame Kitchen (RMB 350) and enjoy a glass of wine (or two) while watching the chefs chop, flash-fry, and caramelize a ten-course meal onto your plate. Prefer to roll up your sleeves and join the action? Join a cooking class instead or sign up for The Hutong’s Chinese New Year Dumpling Party on Jan 23 (RMB 250/200). Fancy dinner and a movie? At Cinker Pictures you won’t have to settle for a frozen pizza with your flick. Book movie tickets on their WeChat account (ID: cinker-cinema-space) and settle into a recliner with a Cosmopolitan, upscale nibbles, entrees, and desserts (RMB 38-188). You’ll never reach for a bag of microwave popcorn again. In these rapidly changing times, it’s best to call ahead to make sure all programs are still on offer. READ: EAT: Venetian Cuisine at Frasca, King Cake Continues, New Brunch Dishes at Jing-A Longfusi Cheese-covered pork ribs topped off with mulled wine, and THEN a mechanical bull ride? You know what happens then, don’t you? Something like a technicolor belch. One spewing far…
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Egypt X and the 100 Entertainment Group present a ‘Fight for Mental Health’

But, for promoter Egypt X, of the Las Vegas-based “100 Entertainment Group” – no crowd, no venue, no problem; he is still planning a great night at …
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‘Love Island’ Winners Caleb Corprew and Justine Ndiba Break Up

The Love Island fairytale has come to an end. Caleb Corprew and Justine Ndiba, the lovebird winners of the second season of CBS’ Love Island, have called it quits. “It’s truly a strange feeling to be typing this out but I understand my reality is now having to share some aspects of my life with you all regardless of how private I’d like to remain at times,” Ndiba wrote in a statement she posted to Instagram on Saturday. The 27-year-old model and go-go dancer continued, “This is extremely difficult for me to express but out of respect for those of you who supported me, and rode for me, I want you to know that Caleb and I are no longer together.” “I do ask for time as I continue to go through the process of heartbreak and healing as this has all been very hard for me,” she concluded. “I cannot thank you all enough for the love and support to this point and I hope that it may continue as we move forward as individuals.” For his part, Corprew also addressed their split in a lengthy statement posted Sunday morning, in which wished Ndiba “the absolute best and much continued success as God blesses her with new opportunities and adventures.” Corprew explained that he and Ndiba has “wrestled” with how and when to announce their split, and explained that “the nature in which we met and fell for each other comes with a unique set of obstacles that nothing in life can ever prepare you for.” “We genuinely appreciate those of you who have supported us and thank you in advance to those of you who will continue supporting us as individuals moving forward,” Corprew, 24, continued. “It is an unexplainable feeling to give yourself to the world and the world asks for more of you in return. With that last sentence in mind, I hope those of you who have supported us will choose compassion over condemnation during this difficult time. Myself, Justine, our loved ones, ect. are all real people with real emotions who love and hurt hard…. I kindly ask that you please respect any of Justine’s or our loved ones desire for privacy as well.” Ndiba and Corprew were a fan favorite couple throughout most of their season of Love Island, and the pair took home the $100,000 grand prize and won the majority of America’s vote during the season finale back in September. After the finale, the pair spoke with ET’s Ash Crossan about their big win, their fans and their future together. “I came in wanting it so bad and wanting something real so that when I got coupled up with Caleb, I wanted it to be genuine. I wanted everything real. I wanted to do everything right so we could possibly have something on the outside,” Ndiba reflected. “That was most of our success in our relationship because we didn’t have that pressure on us of trying to rush things or trying to force things. It was just focused on us.” “I came in there optimistic I could find a connection, but at times I was doubtful. I did have this guard, I did put a wall up,” Corprew shared. “There was a conversation that her and I had after a week or so together, where she told me, ‘What are you in this for?’ And I could see in that conversation that she was 100 percent in this for love and to know that nothing else going on around us was influencing her decisions as far as how to act, because she wanted true, genuine, authentic love” “I was already starting to like her at that point and I was like, ‘OK, I don’t want to break her precious heart.’ So I need to really be all invested in our relationship and it has totally paid off,” he added. As for their future, the pair said they were “very serious” about trying to make things work, despite the long-distance nature of their romance — at the time, Corprew lived in Los Angeles while Ndiba resided in New Jersey. “I think we’re primed and ready to rock and roll when we get out of the villa and starting a life together outside of here because we took our time in here. We’re going to be able to handle whatever stuff [comes],” said Corprew. “We’re still taking our time out here as well. We didn’t let winning and making it to the end change anything between us, which is why we were able to share how we felt about each other but still not rush to put a title on things even though I think we are there,” Ndiba added.
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Entertainment Tonight on Twitter: "The stars of @BobAbisholaCBS joined us to talk about the …

Entertainment Tonight on Twitter: “The stars of @BobAbisholaCBS joined us to talk about the …

Entertainment begins and ends with ET. Hollywood, CA. etonline.com. Joined March 2009 …
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Will 2021 be the year of cinema entertainment?

Will 2021 be the year of cinema entertainment? As the theatres reopened in Oct 2019, multiplexes soon recalibrated their approach to woo customers, …
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Home isolation entertainment

The brilliant couple from Cornwall dancing and playing the piano to get through home isolating.
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Phil Spector's death resurrects mixed reaction from skeptics

Phil Spector’s death resurrects mixed reaction from skeptics

Phil Spector’s death resurrects mixed reaction from skeptics. By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. AP Entertainment Writer; Posted 29 min ago; Posted 29 …
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Entertainment appoints FutureBrand for brand refresh

Entertainment, best known for its book of hospitality and lifestyle offers, has hired FutureBrand t…
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Dangen Entertainment and Protoculture Games “Amicably” Settle Dispute, Devil Engine Rights …

Dangen Entertainment and Protoculture Games have announced they have “amicably” settle…
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Dune 2021 could change Paul's story from the books in 3 wild ways

Dune 2021 could change Paul’s story from the books in 3 wild ways

Like Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy, or the first couple of seasons of Game of Thrones, …
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WrestleMania 37 to take place in Tampa Bay in April

WrestleMania 37 will take place in Tampa Bay, Florida, in April this year. WWE bosses have announce…
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Rodin Museum sculpture garden reopens to public

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