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Portman, like most of the female celebrities who attended the event at the Beverly Hilton, wore black to show support for Time's Up , an initiative that seeks to promote equality, wage parity, and inclusion for women. "And you know, that was 1984". A female-directed movie ended up receiving top awards this year , however. Prior to Frances McDormand taking best actress for her role in Three Billboards , the last performer to win the Golden Globe for best actress in a film that also won ...
  • Starbucks debuts Blonde Espresso, social media weighs in

    Starbucks debuts Blonde Espresso, social media weighs in

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    In a release, the Seattle-based coffee chain said customers will be able to select either the new Blonde espresso or Signature espresso in several beverages. Customers can request this roast, made from Latin American and East African beans, for any handmade drink, like Caffe Latte, Cappuccino, Flat White, Macchiato and Americano.
  • Happy birthday, Kate Middleton! 4 fast facts about the duchess

    Happy birthday, Kate Middleton! 4 fast facts about the duchess

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    The wedding may also mark the appearance of the Duchess of Cambridge's new royal baby, which no doubt will inherit the adorable looks of Charlotte and George. With Kate the question always is: What was she wearing? Prince Philip , William's grandfather, accompanied them. Pippa Middleton with husband James Matthews.
  • Isaiah Thomas ejected for clotheslining Andrew Wiggins

    Isaiah Thomas ejected for clotheslining Andrew Wiggins

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    League executives and agents believe Isaiah Thomas' best opportunity at signing a significant contract this offseason as a free agent will come with the Cleveland Cavaliers . He started out a bit rusty, missing about three or four layups. After the game, he stated that he had a lot more space playing with the Cavaliers as opposed to the Celtics.
  • HULU Added 5M Paid Subscribers in 2016, Reaching a new Milestone

    HULU Added 5M Paid Subscribers in 2016, Reaching a new Milestone

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    At the start of a busy CES as well as a transformative period when Disney moves to take majority control of the company, Hulu today announced that it ended fiscal 2017 with more than 17 million total subscribers in the U.S. "The SVoD market is enjoying a sustained period of growth in the United Kingdom; more than nine million United Kingdom households subscribe to at least one SVoD service".
  • Stone Cold Steve Austin is returning to WWE for Raw 25

    Stone Cold Steve Austin is returning to WWE for Raw 25

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    PWInsider reports that WWE Hall of Famer Ted DiBiase and Sean Waltman are expected to appear on the 25th Anniversary show . In a few weeks WWE Monday Night Raw will be celebrating a very special anniversary, as the show is set to turn 25 on January 22nd.
  • Two More Accusers File Rape Charges Against Russell Simmons

    Two More Accusers File Rape Charges Against Russell Simmons

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    It's just a statement about my innocence. Page Six reports that Simmons , who stepped down from his businesses in November, is thinking differently now. His representation says he feels it's "a time for women to speak". The police reports were filed in December and allege that Simmons raped the women in 1983 and 1991, respectively.
  • 'The View' Ladies Take Sides on the Oprah 2020 Debate

    'The View' Ladies Take Sides on the Oprah 2020 Debate

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    I think we'd win easily actually". For Winfrey to teach me about Taylor, to honor her that way, was a gift. Getting elected president would be a demotion for "queen of the universe" Oprah Winfrey , but if she runs, "she will destroy anybody in front of her", CNN's Van Jones said Monday night.
  • Radiohead sue Lana Del Rey for 'copying Creep'

    Radiohead sue Lana Del Rey for 'copying Creep'

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    Radiohead have not commented. "As Radiohead's music publisher, it's true that we've been in discussions since August of a year ago with Lana Del Rey's representatives", the statement from Warner/Chappell reads. Speaking out onstage in Denver, Lana labelled the song a "personal manifesto" and revealed that it could be removed from her catalogue. Prior to litigation, both sides may also engage their own musicologists to study the similarities between the two compositions.
  • 'Game of Thrones'-inspired ice hotel opens in Finland's Lapland

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    It's like sleeping at The Wall! Within the hotel, there are " Game of Thrones "-themed features like the Hall of Faces, just like in Braavos, giant ice dragon sculptures, and even an Iron Throne made of ice". That's because Lapland Hotels SnowVillage in Finland is channeling its inner "North" this season and in partnership with HBO Nordic, has rolled out a Game of Thrones-themed Ice Hotel.
  • This will be the hottest accessory at the Golden Globes

    This will be the hottest accessory at the Golden Globes

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    Since its launch, Time's Up has reportedly raised more than $16 million for a legal defence fund, which is set to help people who have experienced workplace harassment. But the unified statement has more dramatic effects on the normal choreography of the usually superficial red carpet. The exchange was just another illustration of how the "MeToo" reckoning that has plowed through Hollywood has upended awards season.
  • Kanye West rapped on phone to fan battling with cancer

    Kanye West rapped on phone to fan battling with cancer

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    Kanye West hasn't been in the news as of late (which could be considered a good thing), but a story has popped up on Monday (Jan. 8) about his recent act of kindness to a cancer patient. I think Kim was there too. "Don't even try me when it comes to my kids", she concluded. The reason we're only hearing about it almost a week later is because a family acquaintance shared on Twitter - Kanye never did.
  • John Dickerson Will Replace Charlie Rose On CBS

    John Dickerson Will Replace Charlie Rose On CBS

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    He will be counted on to help CBS keep delivering its most-watched morning news show in decades. Naming Dickerson to the gig would signal the show is holding steady with its fluff-free format. He served as the network's political director for six years. There's a new face on "This Morning". During the 2016 election campaign, he drove political coverage on the network, leading a contentious debate between soon-to-be President Donald Trump and five primary opponents for the GOP nomination ...
  • Commuters face week of chaos

    Commuters face week of chaos

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    It's as the RMT rail Union stages the first of three days of industrial action due to take place this week. With the fare increases kicking in it is outrageous that Theresa May and Chris Grayling are happy to stand aside and cheer on overseas rail companies that rip-off the British passenger with eye-watering far increases to subsidise their domestic transport operations while throwing the guards off our trains.
  • 'The Shape of Water' leads Bafta Film Awards with 12 nods

    'The Shape of Water' leads Bafta Film Awards with 12 nods

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    Darkest Hour and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri have both received nine nominations. However, the acting noms for Kaluuya and for The Shape of Water's Octavia Spencer , in the best supporting actress category, will probably help to quiet talk of #BAFTAsSoWhite that started past year after Moonlight's Barry Jenkins and Fences' Denzel Washington weren't nominated - at least for now.
  • Why Stars Wore Black to the 2018 Golden Globes

    Why Stars Wore Black to the 2018 Golden Globes

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    Witherspoon explained to the New York Times why the initiative is so important. "We stand with you, Catt". "We were fighting a long time for the freedom to wear what we want to and that it is also ok, to dress up a little more sexy". But when Seacrest tried to bring the segment to a close, Longoria spoke up about Time's Up , a legal defense fund and movement supported by over 300 women who work in film and television which seeks to address systemic inequality in the workplace .