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  • Courteney Cox rules out Friends reunion

    Courteney Cox rules out Friends reunion Courteney Cox "doesn't see" a 'Friends' reunion happening. The 54-year-old actress - who played Monica Geller in the television show from 1994 to 2004 - would love to reunite with her castmates but she doesn't know if there's a way to "redo it". She told People magazine: "People ask us all the time, 'Will we ever do a remake?' That was a story about these group of people that are friends in their 30s who are finding themselves. I don't know if there's a way to redo it. I just don't see it happening. Even though I would do anything to be in a room with all of those people acting and having a great time. But I don't see it happ…
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  • Conners producer defends Roseanne's exit

    Conners producer defends Roseanne's exit The producer of 'The Conners' has defended how they handled Roseanne Barr's exit. The 65-year-old actress has bemoaned how the death of her on-screen character - who passed away from an accidental opioid overdose - was "grim and morbid" but now executive producer Tom Werner has spoken out about why they decided to "shine a light" on drug issues with the show. During a panel at The Paley Center for Media in New York City, he said: "I think it was important that we all be respectful of Roseanne Conner and Roseanne Barr, but as we talked about it ... what made the show work for us is I think we were touching on themes that were…
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  • Kendall Jenner stalks exes on Instagram

    Kendall Jenner stalks exes on Instagram Kendall Jenner makes fake accounts to stalk her ex-boyfriends. The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star - who has dated the likes of Harry Styles, ASAP Rocky and Blake Griffin - has admitted to starting new accounts on photo-sharing site Instagram so she can check what her exes are up to. Taking part in a lie detector test with Hailey Baldwin, she was asked: "Have you ever created a fake Instagram to look at what your ex is doing?" And Kendall - who was taking part in a special Carpool Karaoke with Hayley - knew she was in hot water, joking back, "You know the answer to this," before adding: "Yes!" Meanwhile, Kendall previou…
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  • Cardi B wins big at the 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards

    Cardi B wins big at the 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards Cardi B was the big winner at the BET Hip Hop Awards in Miami Beach on Tuesday night (10.16.18). The 26-year-old rap star claimed four awards at the annual bash, including MVP of the Year, Best Featured Verse, Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip Hop Style) and Hustler of the Year. After winning her four BET Awards, Cardi said: "I'm thankful and I'm grateful." Cardi's Best Hip Hop Style success came in the face of competition from Nicki Minaj, who was also among the nominees and is involved in an ongoing spat with the outspoken rap star. Cardi performed the tracks 'Get Up 10' and 'Backin' It Up' at the awards show, too. Elsewhere o…
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  • Bono, Michael Stipe feature on dead cat record

    Bono, Michael Stipe feature on dead cat record Bono, Michael Stipe and Pharrell Williams are among the stars to have contributed to an album about an artist's dead cat. Sophie Calle has compiled a 37-track record which has been named 'Souris Calle' in honour of the late feline and attracted a string of guests to appear on the LP, including The National, Jarvis Cocker and Laurie Anderson. The album opens with a voicemail tribute from Bono, who speaks over a rock beat and says: "She seems to hide all looks that have ever fallen into her/ So that like an audience she can look them over/ Menacing and sullen, curls asleep with them/ Then all at once, as if awakened/ She turns he…
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