Life: Entertainment

Credited with being one of the founders of modern gospel music, Hawkins died Monday at his California home after battling pancreatic cancer.
Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters will visit Johannesburg, Cape Town and her hometown Sedgefield, as part of her Unbreakable campaign.
Twitter users were quick to express sympathy with Saudis whose first film screening in 35 years was one of the most disparaged movies last year.
As the #MeToo movement continues, the German-born star said lasting change is only possible with men's help.
The film follows four teens who find themselves inside the video game world of Jumanji.
The US actor’s $1.5 million donation will help legally fund victims of sexual harassment.
The life of the pop diva, affectionately known as MaBrrr, who died in 2004 will be turned into a movie.
The director of the music video, Tebogo Malope, has received unanimous congratulations on social media for the excellent visual articulation of black culture.
Blige is the self-proclaimed 'queen of hip-hop soul', best known for hits such as "No More Drama" and "Reminisce". She was also nominated for a Golden Globe this year.
Armed with an old smartphone with a cracked screen, Christian Page punches out tweets slamming politicians' empty promises
The show is inspired by a scandal in Rome in which students were said to have sold sex to buy designer clothes and mobile phones.
A fifth woman accused Franco of pressuring her into performing fellatio while the pair were in a relationship two years ago.
Lindiwe Sisulu refuses to flinch, David Mahlobo sits awkwardly next to the dance king and Naledi Pandor couldn't resist bopping her head to the beat
The film chronicles Brena Fassie's journey towards becoming one of the country's most iconic entertainers.
Michelle Williams earned a daily allowance of $80 for her work –- amounting to under $1,000 in total and less than 0.07 percent of the $1.5 million that Mark Wahlberg earned.
Strains of "I Was The One" rang out as jumpsuited, coiffed and guitar-wielding passengers boarded the "Elvis Express" and "Blue Suede Express".
The show, filmed largely at Versace's Miami waterfront mansion where the stylist to the stars was gunned down in July 1997
Rival NBC has been praised for breaking with the traditional male-female line-up by having two women anchors.
Hundreds of well-wishers gathered to catch a glimpse of the couple as they visited Reprezent radio station.
A number of artists around the world have previously been reported to have been robbed of their belongings or injuring themselves while crowd surfing.
The White House even waded in, saying President Donald Trump would "welcome the challenge, whether it be Oprah Winfrey or anybody else".
P!nk follows stars like Lady Gaga, Idina Menzel, Kelly Clarkson, Luke Bryan, Alicia Keys, Carrie Underwood, Billy Joel and Beyonce in performing "The Star-Spangled Banner".
Sunday's three-hour show was the second-most watched in 10 years, NBC said, but reversed an upward trend.
The series had to be considered "an act of fiction", it said, given it drew inspiration from a book that was not authorised - Maureen Orth's 'Vulgar favours'.
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