Intrattenimento

John Legend isn't blaming the CMAs for the backlash over Beyonce's performance with the Dixie Chicks received at the organization's award show earlier this week; he says it's America's fault. Despite criticism from some country music fans at the announcement, CMA co-host Brad Paisley welcomed Beyonce to the show . Last year, Memphis-born pop star Justin Timberlake joined the CMAs for a performance with country singer Chris Stapleton.
  • Biden: A Trump presidency won't diminish United States support for Israel

    Biden: A Trump presidency won't diminish United States support for Israel

    Intrattenimento

    He was one of several right-wing politicians in Israel to hail Trump as a turning point from the policies advanced by President Barack Obama. Israelis woke up to Trump as the 45th American president. Israel has occupied the West Bank and East Jerusalem since the 1967 Middle East war. Houses in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Karmel, near Hebron, May 24.
  • B+L recalls CL solution amid fears of 'burning'

    B+L recalls CL solution amid fears of 'burning'

    Intrattenimento

    The company have said that using EasySept Hydro + Peroxide Solution 360ml by Bausch + Lomb could result in burning and serious health consequences. A customer services line said the recall applied to all other retail outlets too, but B+L's press representatives could not be reached for comment.
  • Dave Chappelle Delivered A Compelling Opening Monologue On SNL Last Night

    Intrattenimento

    I did suspect it. "I haven't seen white people this mad since the O.J". "But America's done it". "I'm going to give him a chance", said Chappelle , "and we the historically disenfranchised demand that he give us one too". For the rest of the episode, his fans were probably excited to see some familiar characters from "The Chappelle Show ", the 2003 Comedy Central sketch series that he abruptly left early in its third season.
  • Songwriter Leon Russell dies

    Intrattenimento

    The email cites Russell's wife as the source of the information. He eventually became a leader of the so-called "Wrecking Crew" of top-notch session musicians in Los Angeles who recorded with top artists. With his trademark top hat, hair well past his shoulders, a long, lush beard, an Oklahoma drawl and his fingers splashing two-fisted barrelhouse piano chords, Russell cut a flamboyant figure in the early 1970s.