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  • ‘9-1-1' star Ryan Guzman apologizes for N-word controversy By New York Post   -   Jun 2, 2020

    ‘9-1-1' STAR RYAN GUZMAN APOLOGIZES FOR N-WORD CONTROVERSY

    “9-1-1” star Ryan Guzman has apologized for his N-word controversy.

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  • Not even the coronavirus will stop Kourtney Kardashian-lookalike from getting plastic surgery By New York Post   -   Jun 2, 2020

    NOT EVEN THE CORONAVIRUS WILL STOP KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN-LOOKALIKE FROM GETTING PLASTIC SURGERY

    The celeb lookalike plans to undergo more operations this year, "even with a virus outbreak," she says.

  • Lennie Niehaus, composer for Clint Eastwood films, dies at 90 By New York Post   -   Jun 2, 2020

    LENNIE NIEHAUS, COMPOSER FOR CLINT EASTWOOD FILMS, DIES AT 90

    He did music for movies including “Unforgiven,” “Bird” and “The Bridges of Madison County.”

  • Jennifer Aniston auctions iconic 1995 nude portrait for coronavirus relief By New York Post   -   Jun 2, 2020

    JENNIFER ANISTON AUCTIONS ICONIC 1995 NUDE PORTRAIT FOR CORONAVIRUS RELIEF

    The iconic black-and-white image depicts Aniston seated cross-legged, strategically covering much of her body.

  • ‘Mission: Impossible 7' to restart filming in September after coronavirus hiatus By New York Post   -   Jun 2, 2020

    ‘MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 7' TO RESTART FILMING IN SEPTEMBER AFTER CORONAVIRUS HIATUS

    First assistant director Tommy Gormley says he is “convinced” that the Tom Cruise franchise could be wrapped by May 2021.

  • Eminem's Shady Records joins BlackoutTuesday amid criticism of the campaign By New York Post   -   Jun 2, 2020

    EMINEM'S SHADY RECORDS JOINS BLACKOUTTUESDAY AMID CRITICISM OF THE CAMPAIGN

    Eminem has joined the cause. The 47-year-old rapper announced that his music studio, Shady Records, will be participating in the BlackoutTuesday...

  • Carole Baskin granted control of Joe Exotic's former zoo following court ruling By New York Post   -   Jun 2, 2020

    CAROLE BASKIN GRANTED CONTROL OF JOE EXOTIC'S FORMER ZOO FOLLOWING COURT RULING

    Carole Baskin is declaring victory over her nemesis Joe Exotic after a court ruling that will soon allow her to take over the eccentric...

  • Hollywood reopen plan stops shorting of sacrificing ‘intimate scenes' By New York Post   -   Jun 2, 2020

    HOLLYWOOD REOPEN PLAN STOPS SHORTING OF SACRIFICING ‘INTIMATE SCENES'

    Hollywood wants badly to reopen - but not enough to give up the hot-and-heavy make-out scenes. In a 22-page document provided to the...

  • Mark Ruffalo is brilliant in HBO drama ‘I Know This Much Is True' By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    MARK RUFFALO IS BRILLIANT IN HBO DRAMA ‘I KNOW THIS MUCH IS TRUE'

    "I Know This Much Is True" is that rare TV series that resonates deeply and viscerally - thanks to its emotional, thought-provoking...

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  • ‘9-1-1' actors slam co-star's defense of using N-word: ‘There is absolutely no excuse' By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    ‘9-1-1' ACTORS SLAM CO-STAR'S DEFENSE OF USING N-WORD: ‘THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO EXCUSE'

    Guzman said he and his friends of other ethnicities “call each other slurs all the time.”

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  • How Hollywood is gearing up to get back to work post-coronavirus By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    HOW HOLLYWOOD IS GEARING UP TO GET BACK TO WORK POST-CORONAVIRUS

    Testing, protective gear, social distancing and coronavirus safety officers are at the heart of plans.

  • Disney World enlists ‘Star Wars' Stormtroopers to enforce social distancing By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    DISNEY WORLD ENLISTS ‘STAR WARS' STORMTROOPERS TO ENFORCE SOCIAL DISTANCING

    "Move along," a Stormtrooper implores park visitors.

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  • Music industry will go quiet on ‘Black Out Tuesday' to fight racial injustices By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    MUSIC INDUSTRY WILL GO QUIET ON ‘BLACK OUT TUESDAY' TO FIGHT RACIAL INJUSTICES

    The campaign comes with the hashtag TheShowMustBePaused.

  • Tony Awards event postponed over George Floyd unrest By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    TONY AWARDS EVENT POSTPONED OVER GEORGE FLOYD UNREST

    “We stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter,” said an executive producer of the special.

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  • Luxury designer Virgil Abloh slammed for donating a measly $50 to protesters' bail fund By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    LUXURY DESIGNER VIRGIL ABLOH SLAMMED FOR DONATING A MEASLY $50 TO PROTESTERS' BAIL FUND

    "I really cannot believe Virgil Abloh has the audacity to post that screenshot of his $50 donation," said one tweeter.

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  • Herbert Stempel, whistleblower in quiz show scandals, dies at 93 By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    HERBERT STEMPEL, WHISTLEBLOWER IN QUIZ SHOW SCANDALS, DIES AT 93

    Stempel was portrayed by John Turturro in the 1994 drama “Quiz Show,” directed by Robert Redford.

  • Attention, wrestling fans: WWE launches free streaming network By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    ATTENTION, WRESTLING FANS: WWE LAUNCHES FREE STREAMING NETWORK

    It will carry over 15,000 wrestling shows, including “Monday Night Raw” and “Friday Night SmackDown.”

  • David Guetta's George Floyd tribute mocked as ‘whitest way to react to racism' By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    DAVID GUETTA'S GEORGE FLOYD TRIBUTE MOCKED AS ‘WHITEST WAY TO REACT TO RACISM'

    A simple "sorry" would have sufficed.

  • ‘Surviving R. Kelly' EP Dream Hampton to direct ‘Black Wall Street' By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    ‘SURVIVING R. KELLY' EP DREAM HAMPTON TO DIRECT ‘BLACK WALL STREET'

    The announcement of the show comes against the backdrop of race riots across America following the death of George Floyd.

  • ‘sMothered' recap: Divorces and colon cleanses with mommy By New York Post   -   Jun 1, 2020

    ‘SMOTHERED' RECAP: DIVORCES AND COLON CLEANSES WITH MOMMY

    TLC's “sMothered,” now in its second season co-produced by The Post, features the wild adventures of six pairs of mothers and daughters...

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