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40. Britney Spears' manager casts doubt on future of singer's career
The longtime manager for Britney Spears voiced concern about her mental health on Wednesday, saying he believes the pop singer should not return to performing at a planned Las Vegas residency in the near term "and possibly never again."
14:27 15.05.2019
39. Moves like Jagger: Stones' frontman posts dance video after health scare
Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger posted a video of his trademark dance moves on Twitter on Wednesday to show the world he is back in shape following heart valve surgery.
11:17 15.05.2019
38. New Zealand's highest court rejects Eminem damages appeal
New Zealand"s top court on Tuesday rejected an appeal by U.S. rapper Eminem against a lower court ruling that reduced the damages a political party was ordered to pay for using music similar to his 2002 hit "Lose Yourself" in a TV commercial.
07:27 15.05.2019
37. U.S. actor Tim Conway of 'The Carol Burnett Show' dies at age 85
Emmy-winning actor Tim Conway, who brought an endearing, free-wheeling goofiness to skits on "The Carol Burnett Show" that cracked up his cast mates as well as the audience, died on Tuesday at the age of 85, his publicist said.
19:34 14.05.2019
36. Madonna, on Eurovision, says she won't bow 'to suit someone's political agenda'
Pop superstar Madonna on Tuesday explained her decision to perform at the Eurovision Song Contest in Israel this week, saying that she will always speak up to defend human rights and hopes to see "a new path toward peace."
12:53 14.05.2019
35. Britain's Kate views Bletchley Park codebreaker exhibit for D-Day
Kate, Britain"s Duchess of Cambridge, traveled on Tuesday to the old home of Britain"s World War Two codebreakers - and where her own grandmother worked, visiting an exhibition marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy.
11:38 14.05.2019
34. Stan Lee's ex-manager charged with elder abuse against comic book co-creator
The former manager of Stan Lee has been charged with elder abuse against the late comic book legend, a Los Angeles court official said on Monday.
09:53 14.05.2019
33. Ex-president Jimmy Carter breaks hip ahead of turkey hunt
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter fell and broke his hip on Monday as he was preparing to leave his home in Georgia for a turkey-hunting trip, and underwent successful surgery to repair the injury, a representative said.
20:19 13.05.2019
32. Tearful Felicity Huffman admits role in U.S. college admissions scandal
Actress Felicity Huffman tearfully pleaded guilty on Monday to paying to rig a college entrance exam for her daughter, part of a wide-ranging scandal in which wealthy parents used fraud to secure their children spots at prominent U.S. universities.
17:48 13.05.2019
31. Doris Day, Hollywood star of the 1950s and ླྀs, dead at 97
Actress Doris Day, who became one of the greatest box-office attractions of her time as the cheery, freckle-faced personification of wholesomeness, died on Monday at the age of 97, her foundation said on Monday.
13:32 13.05.2019
30. Prince Harry, Meghan pay tribute to all mothers
Prince Harry and Meghan paid tribute to all mothers on Sunday, when the Duchess of Sussex"s native United States celebrates Mother"s Day, by honoring and celebrating "past, present, mothers-to-be and those lost but forever remembered".
17:44 12.05.2019
29. New edition of Anne Frank diary 'brings the reader closer to her'
A new edition of the diaries of Jewish teenager Anne Frank, based more closely on her incomplete manuscript before she was sent to her death in a Nazi concentration camp, will be published on Saturday.
18:58 10.05.2019
28. Kim Kardashian announces birth of fourth child, a boy
Kim Kardashian on Friday announced the arrival of her fourth child, a boy born via a surrogate.
13:38 10.05.2019
27. LVMH pairs up with Rihanna for new fashion brand
Louis Vuitton owner LVMH is launching a new fashion brand with Barbadian singer Rihanna, in a rare move by the French group to set up a label from scratch as it taps into soaring demand for celebrity collaborations in the luxury world.
12:52 10.05.2019
26. Each newly married, Bieber and Sheeran join forces and 'Don't Care'
Less than two months after telling fans he was stepping back from new music to deal with personal issues, Canadian pop star Justin Bieber gave them something to cheer about on Friday, releasing a new song with British singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran.
07:22 10.05.2019
25. David Beckham gets six-month driving ban for using phone at wheel: BBC
Former England soccer captain David Beckham was banned from driving for six months on Thursday after admitting using his mobile phone while driving, the BBC reported.
13:36 09.05.2019
24. Democrat Beto O'Rourke hires Obama adviser for 2020 U.S. presidential bid
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O"Rourke has hired Jeff Berman, one of the architects of Barack Obama"s 2008 presidential victory, as a senior adviser, the campaign said on Thursday.
10:56 09.05.2019
23. Prince Harry given baby romper at first workday as father
Prince Harry was given a baby outfit for his son Archie by Princess Margriet of the Netherlands on Thursday as the new dad went back to work to mark a year until the 2020 edition of the Invictus Games he founded for wounded military personnel.
09:47 09.05.2019
22. Prince Harry: 'No idea' whether newborn son Archie will attend 2020 Invictus Games
Britain"s Prince Harry said on Thursday during his first business trip since becoming a father that he had "no idea" whether newborn son Archie will attend the 2020 Invictus Games in the Netherlands.
08:00 09.05.2019
21. George Clooney returns to television with 'Catch 22'
Twenty years after he left medical drama "ER", George Clooney returns to television this month with an adaptation of Joseph Heller"s "Catch-22", a novel whose complexity the actor said made it ideal for a six-part series.
15:12 08.05.2019
20. Beyonce, Jay-Z offer lifetime concert tickets for fans who go vegan
Music superstars Beyonce and Jay-Z are offering fans a chance to win free tickets for life to their concerts in exchange for adopting a vegan diet for a month.
20:13 31.01.2019
19. Kanye West resolves fan's 'Life of Pablo' lawsuit
Kanye West has resolved a lawsuit accusing the rapper and entrepreneur of fraudulently inducing fans into subscribing to Jay-Z"s online streaming service Tidal by tweeting that it was the only place to obtain his 2016 album "The Life of Pablo."
18:24 31.01.2019
18. Superhero creator Stan Lee honored in Hollywood
Comic book giant Stan Lee, who dreamed up such pop culture icons as Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Hulk, the Black Panther and countless others, has been honored in Hollywood by hundreds of fans and celebrities.
10:21 31.01.2019
17. Jay-Z wins fight for African-American arbitrators in trademark case
Jay-Z has agreed to privately arbitrate a trademark and contract dispute with clothing company Iconix Brand Group Inc, his lawyers said on Wednesday, after enough African-American arbitrators became eligible to handle the case.
21:56 30.01.2019
16. Utah man sues Gwyneth Paltrow for alleged ski slope 'hit and run'
A Utah man has sued Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow for $3.1 million, claiming she slammed into him on a ski slope in 2016, breaking four of his ribs and knocking him unconscious before skiing off.
16:49 30.01.2019
15. Assault on 'Empire' actor Smollett investigated as hate crime
Chicago police said on Tuesday they were investigating an assault on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett as a possible hate crime after two men yelled racial and homophobic slurs and wrapped a rope around his neck.
17:48 29.01.2019
14. Michael Jackson's family calls new documentary 'public lynching'
The family of Michael Jackson on Monday described reaction to a new documentary about alleged child sex abuse by the late singer as a "public lynching" and said he was "100 percent innocent" of such accusations.
13:14 28.01.2019
13. Comedian Roseanne, shunned since racist tweet, visits Israel
Roseanne Barr, the American comedian whose television show was canceled last year after she made a racist remark on Twitter, visited Jerusalem"s Old City on Sunday as part of a tour of Israel.
11:18 27.01.2019
12. Oscar-crowned French composer Michel Legrand dies at 86
French composer and pianist Michel Legrand has died at 86 after a career in which he stood out for soundtracks in screen musicals with Catherine Deneuve and that won him three Oscars.
13:25 26.01.2019
11. Judge OKs new Harvey Weinstein lawyers who once represented accuser
A New York state judge on Friday approved Harvey Weinstein"s overhaul of his legal team to defend him against criminal sexual assault charges, though two of his new lawyers represented one of the disgraced Hollywood mogul"s most vocal accusers,
10:38 26.01.2019
10. Remains of Australia explorer Flinders found in London rail dig
Archaeologists have found the remains of Captain Matthew Flinders, a British Royal Navy explorer who was the first to sail around Australia and is credited with naming it, while working on a rail project connecting London to other cities.
12:12 25.01.2019
9. Singer Chris Brown files slander case over Paris rape allegation
American singer Chris Brown filed a legal complaint for defamation on Thursday after a woman accused him of rape in Paris, his lawyer said.
15:10 24.01.2019
8. Popular Zimbabwean musician Mtukudzi dies
Zimbabwe"s most successful and internationally renowned musician Oliver Mtukudzi died on Wednesday after suffering from diabetes, ending a career that spanned four decades and 67 albums.
14:34 23.01.2019
7. New York parking squabble lands Alec Baldwin in anger-management class
Actor Alec Baldwin on Wednesday agreed to take anger-management training, as he pleaded guilty in a Manhattan court to a harassment charge for a November confrontation in which he was accused of punching someone over a parking spot.
11:55 23.01.2019
6. American singer Chris Brown denies rape allegation in Paris
Singer Chris Brown said on Tuesday that a rape allegation against him was false, a day after the French prosecutor"s office said that he had been arrested in Paris with two other suspects.
11:00 23.01.2019
5. Indian 'walking god' monk dies at 111
A 111-year-old Indian monk popularly known as the "walking god" died on Monday, drawing thousands of followers to his monastery in a southern Indian town.
07:52 21.01.2019
4. 'Rambo' producer Vajna dies aged 74
Andrew G. Vajna, the Hungarian movie producer behind "Rambo", "Evita" and other international hits, died in his Budapest home on Sunday following a long illness, the Hungarian National Film Fund said.
08:57 20.01.2019
3. Britain's Prince Philip warned by police over seat belt, two days after crash
Queen Elizabeth"s 97-year-old husband Prince Philip received a warning from police after he was photographed apparently driving without a seat belt, just two days after he was involved in a crash while at the wheel.
03:05 20.01.2019
2. Singer Mariah Carey sues former executive assistant
Singer Mariah Carey on Wednesday sued her former assistant for breaking a nondisclosure agreement, negligence and theft, according to court documents.
17:32 16.01.2019
1. Pregnant Meghan laughs off 'fat lady' comment on charity visit
A stranger"s comment on one"s growing stomach may not always be welcome but a pregnant Meghan, Britain"s Duchess of Sussex, took it all in her stride on Wednesday when a pensioner called her "a fat lady".
12:06 16.01.2019

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