2022 Children’s & Family Emmys: The Complete Winners List

By Meredith B. Kile, ETOnline.com. Published: 40 mins ago The first annual Children’s & Family Emmy Awards, held on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 10 and 11, are honoring the best in children and teen entertainment on broadcast and streaming services. The inaugural ceremony features JoJo Siwa as the host of the Children’s & Family Creative Arts Emmy ceremony on […]

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How Markarian Became Part of Naomi Biden’s Wedding Day—and a Favorite of the First Family

For her first big fashion moment, Alexandra O’Neill was locked down, pre-vaccine, and totally alone save for her dog. When newly-minted First Lady Dr. Jill Biden appeared at President Joe Biden’s inauguration in 2021 wearing a turquoise coat and dress designed by her brand, Markarian, she—and the label—became famous overnight. Nearly two years later, when […]

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Beyoncé Praises Sister Solange On Being First African American Woman To Compose For The New York City Ballet

By Corey Atad. Published: 5 hours ago Last updated: 5 hours ago Solange is a real-deal ballet composer now. In an Instagram post, Beyoncé congratulated her sister on the premiere of her score for New York City Ballet. READ MORE: Beyoncé Narrates Gatorade Commercial Celebrating Serena Williams “My beloved sister, there are no words to […]

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Beyoncé Celebrates Her Sister Solange’s New Music Made For the New York City Ballet

This week, musical artist Solange debuted the original score she wrote for part of the New York City Ballet’s Fall Fashion Gala at Lincoln Center. The music was written for a show titled Play Time and choreographed by Gianna Reisen. The show will be running in October and again in May. The music is being […]

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Taylor Swift’s ‘All Too Well: The Short Film’ Qualifies For 2023 Oscar Race

By ETCanada.com Staff. 2 hours ago Taylor Swift could be one step closer to an EGOT. It turns out that the singer-songwriter, who already has 11 Grammys and 1 Emmy, has a real Oscar contender on her hands with her short film “All Too Well” that she released late last year. According to The Hollywood […]

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Netflix Unveils Trailer For ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’ Series

By Melissa Romualdi. 6 mins ago Netflix just dropped the first trailer for “The Lincoln Lawyer”. As the tittle suggests, the upcoming series focuses on Mickey Haller (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo), an iconoclastic idealist, who runs his law practice out of the back seat of his Lincoln. READ MORE: Jennifer Lopez’s Netflix Doc About Her Super Bowl […]

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Rare Footage Of 11-Year-Old Prince Fighting For Better Teacher Pay Has Been Restored From Archives 

By Melissa Romualdi. 19 mins ago A “mysterious gem” has been discovered in an archived reel containing footage of a young Prince being interviewed about the Minneapolis teachers’ strike that occurred in 1970. The reel was found in the archive room of Minneapolis television station WCCO by the station’s production manager Matt Liddy. However, he […]

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Scene Stealers: The fleet-footed opening of West Side Story

It’s probably not a good sign for the well-being of American entertainment that the only directors with both the skill and industry latitude to make true-blue Hollywood cinema at the studio level seem to be the guys who lived through its final gasp. Circa-‘70s breakouts Martin Scorsese, Ridley Scott, and Steven Spielberg are the last […]

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Rita Moreno Defends Actors’ Right To Get Political: ‘Freedom Of Speech Belongs To All Of Us’

By Brent Furdyk. 37 secs ago Rita Moreno appeared at Saturday Night’s PGA Awards, accepting the Stanley Kramer Award from the Producers Guild of America. Accepting the award from presenter Jessica Chastain, the legendary EGOT winner took made quite the entrance as Chastain danced along as she danced her way to the podium. jessica chastain […]

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