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“Christmas Isn’t Canceled (Just You)" is a very different kind of breakup song.
The groundbreaking director ushered in the “Blaxploitation” wave of the 1970s and influenced many filmmakers.
In addition, Owen Wilson will host the show's 47th season opener on Oct. 2 with Kacey Musgraves as the musical act.
The "300" star said he doesn't watch Reynolds' movies, but guess who got the last laugh?
“Think of the vaccine as a large ethnic bouncer, and COVID as the drunk, entitled white kid yelling ‘Do you know who my father is?’” Peter Griffin's doctor suggests.
The action thriller, which takes place in a time loop, delights critics as it debuts on Playstation 5.
The MP for Mid Bedfordshire and former health minister replaces Oliver Dowden.
Her appointment comes amidst a political controversy, following her criticism of Boris Johnson.
The singer has described Jagged, which addresses her being raped as a teenager, as "salacious".
One of BBC Breakfast's main presenters, Louise Minchin, has broadcast her final programme after 20 years of early morning alarm calls.
Terry Lubbock, whose son Stuart died after a party at the entertainer's house, had terminal cancer.
The rapper's comments about vaccines side effects were discussed at a UK coronavirus briefing.
"The room is filled with resentment and hatred towards everyone else," says the star.
The TV star is surprised by masked colleagues, Judge Rinder and a cake on her last day on the sofa.
Mehdi Rajabian made an album in secret in his basement despite threats from Iranian authorities.
EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis will become the show's first deaf contestant later this month.
Amy Hart says social media users should be required to verify their identities by using an NI number.
After skipping last year because of coronavirus, celebrities went all out in the fashion stakes.
Jennifer Lopez, Simone Biles, Dan Levy, Ella Emhoff and Tommy Hilfiger were all on the red carpet.
Some of music's biggest names descended on New York City's iconic Central Park for the "We Love NYC: The Homecoming Concert" on Saturday to perform for a vaccinated crowd of 60,000.