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  1. The last time The Riddler was the villain in a live-action Batman movie was in 1995’s Batman Forever, with Jim Carrey deliver a goofy version of the character reminiscent of Frank Gorshin’s Riddler from the 1960s Batman TV series. Paul Dano’s version of The Riddler, on the other hand, will be anything but goofy, as Matt Reeves’ The Batman has reimagined the supervillain through a serial killer lens. As such, he won’t be wearing anything remotely like his classic comics look, but that doesn’t mean we can’t imagine Dano’s Riddler wearing more stylish threads. Comic book movie fans love to share fan art, and Instagram user jaxsonderr decided to share a mock-up they created with of how Paul Dano might look with the classic Riddler suit, bowler hat and question mark cane. See for yourself! If Matt Reeves had decided to go down a more straightforward route with adapting Riddler, then I could imagine Paul Dano wearing something like this. While the character used to frequently wear a green, question mark-covered body suit, nowadays he wisely sticks with the dapper green suit in the comics and various other adaptations. However, we won’t be getting this in The Batman, so if you want a live-action Riddler with this kind of look from recent years, check out Cory Michael Smith’s version in Gotham. Paul Dano’s Riddler is instead rocking a more basic, yet creepier look for The Batman, from that dark green jacket to what appears to be US Military Extreme Cold Weather Mask. This is clearly a Riddler who’s prioritizing function over fashion, and since he’s giving off major Zodiac Killer-like vibes, he’s definitely appears more intimidating. Still, if Dano reprises Riddler in a sequel to The Batman, maybe we could see him wear something more faithful to his traditional look. In any case, when getting any version of The Riddler, the most important thing is the riddles themselves, and Paul Dano’s version, who goes by Edward Nashton in this continuity, will be providing plenty of those. Fans have already solved the riddle from the first trailer for The Batman, and while we’ll have to wait and see what other brain teasers he’s given to the Dark Knight and the Gotham City Police Department, they’ll help him stand out from the gloomy metropolis’ common criminal element. Content source: CinemaBlend.
  2. Warning: spoilers ahead for the Season 18 finale of Top Chef on Bravo. Another season of Top Chef has come to an end, and the competition was down to Shota Nakajima, Dawn Burrell, and Gabe Erales. The competition in the difficult Season 18 was fierce, but the three finalists proved more than once that they had the culinary skills to deserve the shot at $250,000. In the finale, they showed off a lot of what they've done throughout the season. By the end of the hour, the judges made it official that Gabe Erales is the next Top Chef, and Erales himself stated that Top Chef made show history with his win as "the first Mexican Top Chef." Gabe Erales won in a finale that showed off yet another one of his complex and clearly tasty sauces, which helped him come out on top of the competition. Shota Nakajima showed off his creativity in bringing dishes with personal touches, and Dawn Burrell wowed the judges with her flavors but sabotaged herself by leaving things off the plate due to a time crunch again. After the judges finally confirmed Erales as the winner, he explained one way that he is the first of his kind when it comes to Top Chef. Erales said: " I'm a little mind blown that I won a quarter million dollars right now, to be honest. I'm very inspired right now. I'm so inspired by learning from the fellow chefs that were here, learning about myself and learning from the judges about what I can do to be a better chef. One of the biggest things that has really warmed my heart is knowing that I am the first Mexican Top Chef. I'm happy to be representing my culture, my cooking, and also a group of people that really operate the kitchens across the U.S. " Gabe Erales' comments after getting the news that he's the next Top Chef were enough to alert fans that he's the first Mexican winner, in case they weren't aware. His win follows a season of Erales bringing elements of his culture to his cooking, and particularly nailing his sauces. In fact, he served up a version of his signature mole sauce in the finale by creating a chichilo negro mole to go with his short rib mushroom dish, and he included a whole lot of ingredients to impress the judges. While his dishes were hits all around, it seemed pretty clear to me that this was the course that got him the win, and I for one was ready to reach through my TV screen to taste that mole myself if such a thing was possible. Still, he didn't run away with the competition, and there was definitely some suspense down to the moment of the announcement of Gabe Erales' history-making win. As for what comes next, Top Chef has not yet been renewed for Season 19, but the franchise is still going strong despite the challenges of quarantine production in Season 18. Top Chef Amateurs premiered immediately following the Season 18 finale as the latest of several Top Chef spinoffs. For now, you can look forward to new episodes of Top Chef Amateurs on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo this summer, along with plenty of other options that are on the way or have already premiered. You can also find earlier seasons of Top Chef streaming on Hulu now. Content source: CinemaBlend.
  3. Avatar: The Last Airbender has gained a reputation as a standout animated series thanks to its storytelling, but that doesn't mean that some of the 61 episodes didn't flop with fans. In fact, there are some episodes that are arguably more well-known for their unpopularity than anything else, and now creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko have admitted that they can agree with some criticisms of one particular episode that aired back in 2005: "The Great Divide." "The Great Divide" aired about halfway through the first season of Avatar: The Last Airbender, and it centered on Aang, Katara, and Sokka's efforts to reach the Northern Water Tribe leading them to a massive canyon. And instead of just flying across it on Appa's back, they're drawn into a feud between two clans during the dangerous journey across on foot, with the resolution coming when Aang just comes up with a lie convincing enough to stop the fighting. Avatar: The Last Airbender creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, who were previously attached to Netflix's live-action take on the series and are now helping expand the Avatar universe, spoke about "The Great Divide" when they appeared as guests on Dante Basco and Janet Varney's Braving the Elements podcast. When the subject of filler episodes came up during their conversation with the Last Airbender and Legend of Korra voice actors, DiMartino weighed in: " The most famous one is ‘The Great Divide’ one, which I’ll give ‘em. I’ll say that’s pretty filler-y. " Not a whole lot happens in "The Great Divide," and certainly not developments that would have a lasting development on Aang's efforts to master all four elements and take on the Fire Lord. Zuko, who was still seemingly the main antagonist of the series at that point in Avatar: The Last Airbender before Azula would change the game, doesn't even appear in the episode to mix things up. Co-creator Bryan Konietzko agrees with Michael Dante DiMartino, saying: " That’s terrible. You’ve got this big gap. It’s a big empty hole, yet it is filler…. Yeah, I was not happy with it. But even the episodes that I wasn’t as stoked on, there were always moments that I really liked. " While "The Great Divide" has its criticisms for a lot of elements, the most common critique seems to be regarding Aang solving the decades-old feud by making up a story about two men who played a game together and the feud was based on nothing at all. It also might not be helped by the fact that it follows the episode "Jet," directed by future Star Wars producer Dave Filoni, which introduced some characters who would come back in a big way, with a nuanced plot. The next few episodes that followed put the show right back on track as well, making "The Great Divide" really stand out in an unflattering way. In the grand scheme of things, one episode that flopped enough for the creators to admit that it was filler more than 16 years later didn't exactly ruin the entire series, and I'd say that there are more episodes memorable for being excellent than for being filler. Then again, I count myself as a big fan of Season 3's "The Ember Island Players," and that episode isn't exactly universally beloved! Content source: CinemaBlend.
  4. For nearly a full two years, former Windy City Rehab co-hosts Alison Victoria and Donovan Eckhardt have been embroiled in a number of lawsuits regarding homes they worked on for the HGTV hit. While some of the legal action taken against them has been resolved, a total resolution has yet to be achieved, and a new decision by a judge has led to their problems piling up. Even for fans of Windy City Rehab, the number of lawsuits filed against Alison Victoria and / or Donovan Eckhardt has likely been difficult to keep up with since mid-July of 2019. Each of them have dealt with numerous court filings, appointments and hearings by now, but things have come to a standstill, seeing as how a judge has delayed a decision in an important matter to their cases. According to the Chicago Tribune, on June 9, Eckhardt had his attorney file an emergency motion for “immediate action” so that the former partners could secure a receiver to “manage and wind down” everything to do with Alovan, the company they own together so they could renovate homes as a unit. The motion came about because of the suit brought against Victoria and Eckhardt in June of 2020 by Michael Ward Jr., his brother Thomas Ward, and their father Michael Ward Sr., who alleged that their investments to the company were actually part of "a deliberate and fraudulent scheme to misappropriate funds," among other things. This receiver would be a person with no stake in the outcome of the case, who'd be appointed by the judge to take over Alovan's property and assets until a decision in the Ward's case can be made. But, Judge Allen Price Walker delayed a decision in appointing a receiver, setting July 9 as the date to revisit the motion, noting that the parties involved should be close to resolving the case by then, or not. While it might not seem like a big deal to have to wait what amounts to a few days for the judge to decide about the receiver, it led attorneys for all parties to quite a discussion on the matter in court. The Ward family attorney called the motion itself “unnecessary and, frankly, unfounded,” because they and Eckhardt had, apparently, already been engaged "in good-faith settlement discussions," and worried about the family now having to incur even more legal fees because of the delay. Meanwhile, one of Eckhardt's lawyers said the motion was only filed because one of the attorneys for Alison Victoria threatened to file a third-party complaint against Eckhardt in the matter. Apparently, such a filing would have complicated and further slowed the negotiations between Eckhardt and the Wards, and he filed the motion for a receiver to avoid that. The new date for the decision was set because that's also the date for the one other case against Alison Victoria and Donovan Eckhardt's joint business venture which still stands, a fraud suit filed by James and Anna Morrissey in January 2020. That lawsuit claims that the duo is guilty of consumer fraud, and breach of warranty and contract, along with "defective and shoddy work," and is looking for roughly $65,000 in damages because of additional money the couple had to spend to fix problems caused by Victoria and Eckhardt's renovation. There will likely be a lot more to come with regards to the Windy City Rehab legal trouble for Donovan Eckhardt and Alison Victoria, and we'll keep you posted on the latest. Content source: CinemaBlend .
  5. Now that everyone finally knows how Britney Spears actually feels about her conservatorship and what it's been like living under it for 13 years, the in-fighting and laying-of-blame has begun among those involved in running the Spears conservatorship. Now, after her father, Jamie Spears, accused co-conservator Jodi Montgomery of being to blame for Spears not being able to marry or have her IUD removed, Montgomery has responded to his claims. It was just about a week ago that Britney Spears made a testimony in open court, finally speaking up about her allegations of rampant abuse by her dad and those he's appointed to care for her during his many years as one of her co-conservators. Her claims shocked many, and included the assertion that Spears has wanted to marry her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, and begin a family with him, but that she hasn't been allowed to either marry or have her IUD removed so that she could try to get pregnant. According to Page Six, after Spears' many bombshells dropped, the elder Spears filed court documents which allege that Jodi Montgomery, the care manager who was assigned to temporarily take over as the conservator of Britney Spears' person (meaning that she's in charge of Spears' daily care and medical treatment), is to blame for the terrible treatment that the pop superstar claimed she'd undergone during her conservatorship. Now, Montgomery's attorney, LaurieAnn Wright, has responded with a statement issued to the outlet, and it notes, in part: " Britney’s choice to marry and to start a family [has] never been impacted by the conservatorship while Ms. Montgomery has been conservator of the person. I can state unequivocally that Jodi Montgomery has been a tireless advocate for Britney and for her well-being. While she does not control Britney’s financial assets, she is responsible for her personal care, and if Britney wants any issue brought up to the Court, Ms. Montgomery is and has always been ready, willing, and able to do so. " While it's hard for anyone not involved in the case of Britney Spears' conservatorship to truly know what's going on behind the scenes, Jodi Montgomery's lawyer is clearly stating that none of the blame for Spears feeling like she's enduring a situation close to "sex trafficking" is on Montgomery or the work she's done as conservator of Spears' person. Two things are probably worth noting in this regard, and the first of those is that Spears' herself called out her father and his behavior while running her conservatorship. She even went on record and said that she believed Jamie Spears "loved the control to hurt his own daughter 100,000%." Secondly, it may also be worth noting that during the past year, as Britney Spears has steadily attempted to have her father removed from her consrvatorship, she petitioned the court to have Jodi Montgomery installed as her new conservator permanently, but her petition was denied. So, it would seem that once Montgomery was put in charge on a temporary basis (which happened in September 2019), that it helped Spears to see where her father was going wrong, and led to the singer having even more faith in Montgomery's ability to help her live the life she wants to, at least compared with her father. As Jamie Spears is still in control of his daughter's money and financial decisions, the statement from Montgomery's attorney went on to point out something else: " Practically speaking, since everything costs money, no expenditures can happen without going through Mr. Spears and Mr. Spears approving them. Ms. Montgomery has advocated on Britney’s behalf for any expenditures that Britney has requested as well as for expenditures recommended by Britney’s medical team. " It sounds a lot like this is Mongomery throwing the blame ball right back into Jamie Spears court, as she seems to be saying that, because doctor's appointments and weddings do cost at least some money, she potentially has requested that Spears be able to marry and have her IUD removed, but that the elder Spears may have shot down those requests. There will, undoubtedly, be more on the Britney Spears conservatorship case over the coming months, so be sure to stay with CinemaBlend for the latest. Content source: CinemaBlend .
  6. With roles in Hamilton, A Star Is Born, In the Heights and, up next, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, there’s no doubt that Anthony Ramos has forged an impressive career in film and theater. At the same time, he’s cementing his place in the music industry, releasing his sophomore album Love and Lies, out Friday (June 25) via Republic Records. Home to 12 tracks, including his previously released “Blessings,” “Say Less” and “Échale,” the set spotlights Ramos’ ability to fuse genres from retro electro-pop and soulful R&B to Latin urban. “I want to listen to music that makes you want to stay up late, music that makes you want to love, and music that ultimately makes you feel connected,” he expresses. The Moment of Rauw Alejandro: 'Todo De Ti' Singer Goes Full-Experimental On 'Vice Versa' Album Love and Lies was helmed by Ramos’ longtime friend and executive producer Will Wells and co-writer Castle, who’s also his childhood friend. On this set, Ramos also joined forces with select new producers, including Latin hitmakers Andres Torres and Mauricio Rengifo, who brought to life his single “Right Now.” Below, the New York-based Puerto Rican actor and singer-songwriter tells Billboard all about his new album and what having a lead role in In the Heights has represented in his career. Love and Lies kicks off with these uptempo tracks, such as “Blessings,” but toward the end, we hear the slower jams like “Satisfy You.” What can you share about the album’s concept? I called it Love and Lies because the songs started telling that story. After writing the title track, it felt like that story was the line for the rest of the album. Sometimes we don’t know the difference between what love is and what the lie is, and vice versa. Sometimes what feels like love is a lie and sometimes we tell ourselves lies to stop ourselves from falling in love. We self-sabotage and actually lie to ourselves that we can’t experience love because it’s too good to be true. And this song is about that, late nights, I’m going out. I want to experience and feel love but I’m also very selfish, living the fast life. It’s just a person who’s constantly living in the middle of what love and lies are. That’s what this album shaped itself as. The title came after the tracks were picked. The uptempo joints came at the beginning to hit them with all the energy, but then the songs do become sentimental towards the end, especially with “Nobody Else” and “I Can’t Get By” to end the album. Underneath the party, there’s always something very vulnerable that we need to get to the bottom of. Compared to your debut album, The Good & The Bad, which was more R&B-inclined, on Love and Lies we hear a more experimental side. Was it a challenge to step out of your comfort zone or did it all come naturally to you? Honestly, I think this is the music I always wanted to make and the first album was actually more experimental than this one in a lot of ways. I didn’t really know what it was to make a full body of work. In the first album, I was working with so many different producers and writing with different people to kind of discover myself as a songwriter. In the second one, I worked with a smaller group of people. If you really look at the credits, you’ll see a lot of these songs have the same people on these tracks. I think that working with the same group of people and collection of folks really helped me hone in the kind of sound that I wanted for the album. On this album, you teamed up with Andres Torres and Mauricio Rengifo, who are behind some of Latin music’s biggest hits, including “Despacito.” How was your experience working with them? The first time I worked with them was when we did “Right Now.” As soon as we wrote this song, they immediately said it was one of their favorites and that I had to get the song out. We wrote that song so quickly over Zoom. It was Andres, Mauricio, Will, and myself. The song came out in two and a half hours, it was crazy. It was created so fast. I’m happy to say that we plan on doing a Spanish remix for that song. I’ve been wanting to put out a Spanish record for so long and finally, I’m getting to do it. 'In the Heights' Hits No. 1 on Billboard's Soundtracks Chart We know that you are a proud Puerto Rican. Can you share with us some of the Latin artists who have inspired your career and which ones you’re currently listening to? It’s so many! It’s a mixed bag. Marc Anthony, Luis Enrique, Zion & Lennox, Wisin & Yandel, Daddy Yankee, Ivy Queen, all of them are still banging right now. I’m currently listening to Sech, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Myke Towers, Ozuna, Karol G, I love Becky G, she’s incredible, Danna Paola. There are lots of amazing Latin music to listen to right now and I’m hoping to be a part of this wave. I’m kind of sneaking my way in. I wanted to congratulate you on everything that’s happening in your career, not only within music, but also onscreen. Not sure if you are aware, but In the Heights hit No. 1 on Billboard's Soundtracks chart this week. What has this entire production represented in your career? It has meant a lot. It’s the first show I saw on Broadway that made me feel like there was a space for me in musical theater. Before that, I just didn’t know where to fit in or I wasn’t right for a role. So, when I saw “In The Heights,” I thought it was crazy that the cast looked like me, sounded like me, they talked about the food I ate, the bodega, the music, it was wow. Fast forward to being part of the movie, 10 years after I saw it on Broadway, is a gift for me. I didn’t have a movie like this as a kid and I wish I did. I’m grateful that it exists because hopefully, this film will spark many more Latino stories to be told in Hollywood on a grand scale. I’m proud of this movie and I’m so grateful that it’s out. Content source: Billboard.
  7. Miley Cyrus put herself to the test by covering Madonna's 1989 Billboard Hot 100 No. 2 hit "Express Yourself" on her Pride special. The performance snippet is part of Miley Cyrus Presents Stand by You, which began streaming exclusively via Peacock on Friday (June 25). Filmed at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, the hourlong concert special sees Cyrus take the stage with queer country artists, such as Brothers Osborne and Orville Peck as well as allies Mickey Guyton, Little Big Town and Maren Morris. No one needed diamond rings or 18-carat gold after Cyrus stunned onstage in an embellished black mesh bodysuit. She packed some extra oomph in the song and put her back into the moves, or, as the singer herself puts it, "put the EX-tra in EX-press yourself," Cyrus tweeted alongside the minute-long clip. Miley Cyrus Freaked When 'Queen' Cher Praised Her 'Perfect' Cover of 'Believe' Cyrus will perform her own hits during the televised event too, including "The Climb" and "Party in the U.S.A," while also putting her own spin on classics, such as Cher's "Believe" the "queen" herself approved, Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors," Pat Benatar's "We Belong," ABBA's "Dancing Queen" and a special Madonna medley including "Express Yourself," "Music" and "Like A Prayer." Catch her "put the EX-tra" in "Express Yourself" below before watching Miley Cyrus Presents Stand By You here. Content source: Billboard.
  8. The all-female '80s R&B group's founder & keyboardist say the organization is honoring a touring lineup led by their former guitarist, who didn't write any of the group's hits but, they allege, has taken credit for many of them via ASCAP's database. When the all-female R&B pop band Klymaxx is inducted into the inaugural Women Songwriters Hall of Fame on Friday (June 25) in Washington, D.C., three of the band’s original members -- including its founder -- say the honor will be given to a touring band led by their former guitarist, who is claiming credit for songs she did not write. Drummer, vocalist and producer Bernadette Cooper, who formed Klymaxx in 1979, keyboardist Lynn Malsby and lead singer Lorena “Lungs” Stewart (formerly Lorena Porter Shelby) tell Billboard that the WSHoF -- which has no connection to the long-established Songwriters Hall of Fame -- has ignored their warnings that it is inducting a version of the group led by former guitarist Cheryl Cooley, whose songwriting contributions were minor. They allege Cooley has attempted to alter that reality by adding her name to the writing credits or taking sole writer credit in ASCAP’s database. “Cheryl wrote minimally and none of the hits,” says Cooper. “Presenting herself as Klymaxx for, of all things, a songwriting award would be laughable if it weren’t just plain fraudulent, and she knows that.” Adds Cooper: “She’s crossed the line.” ARTIST MENTIONED Klymaxx Cooley did not respond to emails and voicemails asking her to comment for this story. This story will be updated if she contacts Billboard following publication. Britney Spears Wants Her Conservatorship to End: Here's What Happens Next From 1985 to 1987, Klymaxx scored five Billboard Hot 100 hits, including “I Miss You,” which hit No. 5 on the chart; “Meeting in the Ladies Room”; and “Man Size Love.” By late 1988, Cooper, Malsby and bassist, vocalist and producer Joyce “Fenderella” Irby had left the band, leaving Cooley, Stewart and keyboardist Robbin Grider to record the group’s last album, The Maxx Is Back, which was released in 1990. In the early 2000s, Cooley fell out with her former bandmates when she unsuccessfully attempted to register the Klymaxx trademark for her sole usage -- beef that was touched upon in a 2004 VH1 Bands Reunited episode. The Truth in Music Advertising Act allows original members of a band to tour using the band’s trademark if the individual’s name is also billed -- such as Klymaxx featuring Cheryl Cooley -- but Cooper alleges Cooley has not abided by that legislation. (Cooper and Irby also perform live using the "Klymaxx featuring" tag.) More recently, Cooper and Malsby allege that Cooley has managed more than once to change songwriting credits and publishing shares in ASCAP’s database, including those of Sony Music Publishing, which administers the original band’s publishing. The 100 Greatest Car Songs of All Time: Staff List Cooper and Malsby shared photographs of labels from their original albums and singles, which do not credit Cooley, and screenshots from the ASCAP Repertory Search database of those same songs that list her as the writer and The Klymaxx Corporation as publisher, including “The Men All Pause,” “Meeting in the Ladies Room,” “Girls Will Be Girls” and “Man Size Love.” The songwriters of the latter two tracks were not members of the band but Otis Stokes and Rod Temperton, respectively. They also shared correspondence with ASCAP and Sony Music Publishing in which they and other original members of the band sought to have the song credits corrected. In an Aug. 7, 2020, email to Sony Music Publishing associate director of North American copyright administration Jen Gobeille, Irby forwarded a screenshot of songs, writing: “Cheryl Cooley did not write any part of and owns no publishing on these songs.” She added, “ASCAP needs to get on its job. Not only has Cooley stolen large parts of my, Lynn and Bernadette's shares, but she has removed the names of other legitimate cowriters. ASCAP has also failed to list the 'submitter' in the 'Details' section, which would of course point directly back to Cheryl Cooley, or those acting on her behalf." With 'Damage,' H.E.R. Clocks Six Adult R&B No. 1s in Record Time After the credits were corrected, Malsby emailed Gobeille on June 2, noting that Cooley “for the second time in 18 months has gone into the listings at ASCAP and changed songwriters credits AND changed publishing credits on most, if not all of our old material -- some of which still gets airplay, most of which she had no involvement whatsoever in writing initially." In a June 8 email, ASCAP Global Copyright Team Leader – Repertory Zach Horwitz responded, “I spoke with Ms. Cooley’s representative last week and advised that no further registrations should be submitted to ASCAP without proper documentation.” Asked to respond, an ASCAP representative said the performance rights organization does not comment on matters between members. At publication time, a rep for Sony Music Publishing had not responded to emails requesting comment. Sinéad O'Connor Calls Memoir Chapter About Prince Both 'Amusing' & 'Frightening' Cooper and her other bandmates first learned of the Women Songwriters Hall of Fame induction ceremony -- which is slated to be hosted by Jody Watley at Washington’s National Museum of Women in the Arts -- when Billboard published a story indicating that the band was among the honorees. (Roberta Flack, Valerie Simpson, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Deniece Williams are also among the inductees, according to a press statement issued by the organization.) When Malsby emailed the organization on behalf of the original members seeking more information about the induction ceremony, she received no response. But while combing the WSH0F website, they saw that a photo of Cooley’s Klymaxx lineup was used with the band’s bio. They asked for the photo to be replaced with a picture of the original group. It was, but a button to browse Klymaxx’s song catalog links to Cooley's Klymaxx website. Despite providing documentation of their songwriting credit dispute with Cooley to the hall of fame and trading emails with WSHoF founder/chairman/CEO Janice McLean DeLoatch, Cooper and Malsby say DeLoatch never reached out to them. They add that they are under the impression that Cooley’s band will still be inducted. DeLoatch did not respond to emails requesting comment for this story. "After we had given them receipts, the final word from the hall of fame was, 'If you guys decide you’re going to come, we’ll let everyone know you’re in the audience,'” says Stewart. How to Watch the 2021 BET Awards Cooper says she, Grider, Irby, Malsby and Stewart will not attend the induction ceremony. She also says that though they will continue to police their songwriting credits and publishing shares, they do not plan to sue Cooley because the legal fees would outweigh any royalties they may have lost. They did issue a joint statement, which says, in part, that as a band of young women who “grew into successful songwriters that produced their own music” Klymaxx’s members were “trailblazers” who inspired young girls who saw their own image and likeness playing instruments in this still male-dominated industry.” The statement concludes: “A proper acknowledgment would have been heartwarming.” Content source: Billboard.
  9. UEFA Euro 2020 Live Streaming in India: All you need to know about live streaming details on Sony Liv, match timings, venue for Euro Cup 2020 Match Today between Germany vs Hungary. Germany vs Hungary UEFA Euro 2020 Live Streaming: After losing their opening encounter against France, Germany bounced back with a stunning 4-2 win against Portugal. They are currently second in the points table with 3 points. On the other hand, Hungary are last with one point from two games. Anything is possible in this group. Who will go through? (Euro 2020 Full Coverage) Here’s all you need to know about Germany vs Hungary UEFA EURO 2020 Live Streaming: Where is the UEFA EURO 2020 match between Germany vs Hungary taking place? The UEFA EURO 2020 match between Germany vs Hungary will take place at the Allianz Arena in Germany. At what time does the UEFA EURO 2020 match between Germany vs Hungary begin? The UEFA EURO 2020 match between Germany vs Hungary begins at 12:30 AM IST on Thursday (June 24). Where and how to watch live coverage of UEFA EURO 2020 match between Germany vs Hungary? The UEFA EURO 2020 match between Germany vs Hungary will be aired live on Sony Sports Network Channels – Sony Six, Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 3, Sony Ten 4, in India. Content source: Hindustan Times.
  10. UEFA Euro 2020, Germany vs Hungary: Full squads of both teams UEFA Euro 2020, Germany vs Hungary: Here is a look at the full squads of both the teams for Euro 2020 match between Germany vs Hungary. Euro 2020, Germany vs Hungary: After losing their opening encounter against France, Germany bounced back with a stunning 4-2 win against Portugal. They are currently second in the points table with 3 points. On the other hand, Hungary are last with one point from two games. Anything is possible in this group. Who will go through? (Euro 2020 Full Coverage) Here is the full squad of Germany vs Hungary for Euro 2020: GERMANY: Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer, Bernd Leno, Kevin Trapp Defenders: Emre Can, Matthias Ginter, Robin Gosens, Christian Gunter, Marcel Halstenberg, Mats Hummels, Lukas Klostermann, Robin Koch, Antonio Rudiger, Niklas Sule Midfielders: Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, Ilkay Gundogan, Jonas Hofmann, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Jamal Musiala, Florian Neuhaus, Leroy Sane Forwards: Kai Havertz, Thomas Muller, Kevin Volland, Timo Werner. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ HUNGARY: Content source: Hindustan Times.
  11. UEFA Euro 2020, Portugal vs France: Here is a look at the full squads of both the teams for Euro 2020 match between Portugal vs France. Euro 2020, Portugal vs France: Current Group F table-toppers France will take third-placed Portugal in their final Euro 2020 group stage fixture. France, after a win and a draw each, have four points, while Portugal have three points after a loss and a victory each. The winner of this group will seal a place in the next round. Who will it be? (Euro 2020 Full Coverage) Here is the full squad of Portugal vs France for Euro 2020: PORTUGAL: Goalkeepers: Anthony Lopes, Rui Patricio, Rui Silva Defenders: Joao Cancelo, Ruben Dias, Jose Fonte, Raphael Guerreiro, Nuno Mendes, Pepe, Nelson Semedo Midfielders: William Carvalho, Danilo, Bruno Fernandes, Goncalo Guedes, Joao Moutinho, Ruben Neves, Sergio Oliveira, Joao Palhinha, Pote, Renato Sanches, Bernardo Silva Forwards: Joao Felix, Diogo Jota, Cristiano Ronaldo, Andre Silva, Rafa Silva. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ FRANCE: Goalkeepers: Hugo Lloris, Mike Maignan, Steve Mandanda Defenders: Lucas Digne, Leo Dubois, Lucas Hernandez, Presnel Kimpembe, Jules Kounde, Clement Lenglet, Benjamin Pavard, Raphael Varane, Kurt Zouma Midfielders: Kingsley Coman, N'Golo Kante, Thomas Lemar, Paul Pogba , Adrien Rabiot, Moussa Sissoko, Corentin Tolisso Forwards: Wissam Ben Yedder, Karim Benzema, Ousmane Dembele, Olivier Giroud, Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappe, Marcus Thuram. Content source: Hindustan Times.
  12. The Bachelorette is back for another season on ABC, and it would be difficult for Katie Thurston's romantic journey to take as many wild twists as when Clare Crawley's season turned into Tayshia Adams' season last year. That said, Season 17 already stands out from every other season of Bachelor Nation in one key way: Chris Harrison is nowhere to be seen, and with former Bachelorettes Kaitlyn Bristowe and Adams hosting instead. So, now that the two-hour premiere has aired, were they the right replacements for Harrison? It was announced months ago that Chris Harrison wouldn't be hosting The Bachelorette Season 17 due to the same racism scandal that saw him replaced in the "After the Final Rose" special that wrapped Matt James' season of The Bachelor. As popular former Bachelorette leading ladies who know their way around the reality TV search for love, Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe each made sense as a replacement host, but they were also inexperienced with the hosting position in Bachelor Nation, and fans haven't experienced a season hosted by more than one person before. So, how did they do? Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe as a hosting duo guaranteed that Season 17 felt different from all the seasons that came before right off the bat, and there was a lot more giggling with them supporting Katie Thurston than Chris Harrison. The format wasn't as organized with two hosts instead of just the one, and they didn't have the ease of Chris Harrison that can only come with nearly 20 years of hosting experience. Plus, not a ton of interaction with the men. That said, I'm officially on Team Tayshia And Kaitlyn after the Season 17 premiere. Going into the season, my biggest question was if The Bachelorette could even work with two hosts instead of one, and I wasn't sure if it was the right call to bring in both Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe instead of just one. After watching them watch the procession of men meeting Katie Thurston from afar, however, I discovered that a twosome opened the hosts up to deliver some banter-style commentary and open up a new perspective on the season. The commentary really worked for me, especially since meeting contestant after contestant can drag sometimes. And it also worked for me because it delivered something that I've been wanting from The Bachelorette for a long time: more of the female perspective in a season centered on a woman's emotional journey. Now, I'm well aware that the audience for Bachelor Nation is mostly comprised of women. In fact, I always have fun trying to see how many men are in the audience at the "After the Final Rose" specials. There were plenty of ladies around with Chris Harrison as host. But I've also always wanted the Bachelorettes to have the regular input of another woman rather than just Chris Harrison when going through the struggles that inevitably arise during a season. The Season 17 premiere showed a level of comfort and understanding between Katie Thurston and Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe that isn't usually present with Chris Harrison as host of The Bachelorette. Thurston's hosts are people who can relate to her in more ways than Harrison would have been able to, as women and former Bachelorettes. Plus, one of my hangups during the latest season of The Bachelor was that things started to feel contrived and formulaic, and two former Bachelorettes as hosts is the kind of change that will mix things up in some big ways. Whether those big ways go over well with the audience at large remains to be seen, and I could well change my mind about Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe as hosts as the weeks pass, but I'm very glad that something is being done differently to potentially spice things up. This isn't more of the same, and I didn't find myself missing Chris Harrison at all during the premiere, although that's not the case for everybody. Be sure to vote in our poll below about Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe as hosts of The Bachelorette, and tune in to ABC on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET to see what happens next for Katie Thurston in her search for love. A new season of Bachelor in Paradise will follow The Bachelorette Season 17, and Chris Harrison will remain absent, but Adams and Bristowe haven't been tapped to host. As for what else you can watch now and in the coming weeks. check out our 2021 summer TV premiere schedule. Content source: CinemaBlend .
  13. The fourth season of The Good Doctor has come to an end. While "Vamos" wasn't as deadly for the main cast of characters as last year's Season 3 finale that saw the death of Dr. Melendez, the episode nevertheless said farewell to a series regular who has been in the mix from the very beginning. News broke ahead of the finale on June 7 that Antonia Thomas, who has been playing the compassionate Dr. Claire Browne since the series premiere, would leave the series after the Season 4 finale. Here's how the show said goodbye to Claire, and whether Thomas could come back. As the mission trip continued with the main players from St. Bonaventure performing surgeries down in Guatemala, Claire was really thriving despite not speaking the language, working in very different circumstances from the hospital where she had spent her entire career, and without the kind of oversight from more experienced surgeons that she was used to. The work clearly meant a lot to her, and it only took a little bit of encouragement from Shaun for her to follow her instincts and save a life. Claire made quite an impression on one of the people at the hospital in Guatemala that the St. Bonaventure team was working with, and the woman approached Dr. Lim (off-screen) about asking Claire to stay. Lim encouraged Claire to take the job since it seemed like something she needed, although she was clearly sad about the prospect of saying goodbye to her friend. Claire dropped some reasons why it would be a bad idea, ranging from not speaking the language to just starting a relationship with her previously estranged father. But ultimately, staying and continuing the work in Guatemala was what felt right for Claire, and she made her decision with enough time to spare in the Season 4 finale for some touching goodbyes. Tears were shed, but only because the characters would miss each other, and Shaun even gave Claire a hug despite usually avoiding hugs. The episode ended for Claire with her in the OR in Guatemala, rising to the challenges ahead of her and poised to do a lot of good. Although it's sad to lose the character after so many years on the series, the upside of The Good Doctor saying goodbye to Claire Browne comes courtesy of Antonia Thomas, despite the fact that the actress is the one who made the decision to leave the series a couple of years before her six-season contract was up. In an interview for the Season 4 finale, Thomas weighed in on the possibility of returning as a guest star and reuniting with Freddie Highmore and the rest of the remaining cast members, telling Deadline: " Absolutely. Absolutely. I’ve had conversations with Freddie about coming back, and absolutely, yes. Really for me, if there was more time in the year to be able to shoot the show and to be able to go off and do some of the other things that I’m wanting to explore now, I’d do both. It has not been an easy decision for me to leave, so I absolutely would love to come back every now and then and say hi, I’m very much looking forward to that. " Since Claire wasn't killed off or sent on the run or deprived of her medical license, there's no reason why Antonia Browne couldn't reprise her role in Season 5 or beyond. If The Good Doctor can come up with a reason for Claire to visit St. Bonaventure, or for some of the characters to head back down to Guatemala, the show could check in on Claire. And hey, since Shaun and Lea got engaged after all their Season 4 heartbreak, maybe Claire can pop back up to New Mexico for the wedding! There doesn't seem to be any bad blood tied to Thomas' departure, after all. The Good Doctor has also added to the ensemble to make sure that Claire's absence doesn't leave a gaping hole in the cast. Noah Galvin and Bria Samoné Henderson, who play new residents who joined St. Bonaventure in Season 4 and actually stuck around, were promoted to Season 5 series regular status in May. Then, news broke just hours ahead of the Season 4 finale that The Good Doctor's newest doc will be a regular when the show returns as well. It's just a matter of waiting for The Good Doctor to come back from hiatus for Season 5. For now, you can check out our 2021 summer TV premiere schedule for some shows to help pass the time during hiatus. Content source: CinemaBlend .
  14. Monday Night Raw once again laid the groundwork for a pay-per-view clash between Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship, but apparently there will be some changes. The two will clash at the upcoming Hell In A Cell, only this time, there has been a tease that this could be the final showdown between the two. The problem is the stipulation sounds a bit suspicious to me, especially given these two wrestlers. At the contract signing for the match, Bobby Lashley and his manager MVP agreed to yet another title opportunity for Drew McIntyre under one condition. Should McIntyre lose at Hell In A Cell, he'll forever be barred from challenging Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship again. McIntyre accepted the terms, on the condition that the match be a one-on-one matchup with no outside interference. To help prevent that, McIntyre requested the two fight within the iconic cell, which has had varying degrees of success of keeping outsiders out of matches in the past. MVP whispered in Bobby Lashley's ear, and without much more conversation beyond that, the two agreed to the match. After all, why wouldn't they? As a heel, Lashley is not above cheating. If he starts to lose, he'll surely resort to whatever interference necessary to ensure he leaves the PPV champion. In my mind, Lashley and MVP will absolutely orchestrate outside interference if they can. With no real penalty besides their contract being negated and Drew McIntyre being able to re-challenge, there's no real disadvantage for them. WWE fans have had to see Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre fight for the title a lot in recent months, so one may be tempted to believe the brand would actually make Hell In A Cell the two's final matchup if McIntyre is booked to lose. The reality is a McIntyre win would keep this rivalry going, as would a contract-breaking move at Hell In A Cell. During Monday Night Raw, it may have seemed to some fans a conclusive matchup is the only outcome, but I'd argue that's far from the case. Plus, let's not forget WWE recently released Braun Strowman. He was the only other main eventer in the mix of this feud between Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre as of late, and now he's gone. With Monday Night Raw's superstars booked up in feuds with each other for other titles, McIntyre is really the only opponent that makes sense for Lashley for the time being. That is unless Daniel Bryan is headed to Raw with a new contract, but there have been no developments on that front. Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley have had some entertaining matches, but as often has been the case in WWE, feuds that last a long time can get played out with the fans. It's happened with countless duos before, and fan reaction only worsens when stipulations like the latest for Hell In A Cell are introduced that tease some finality when really none is coming. Hopefully, WWE will deliver a definitive outcome, but I believe fans should be prepared for a bit of trickery. Content source: CinemaBlend .
  15. The Azerbaijan Formula One Grand Prix was halted three laps from the end on Sunday after Red Bull's championship leader Max Verstappen crashed while heading for victory. Max Verstappen. (Red Bull/Twitter) The Azerbaijan Formula One Grand Prix was halted three laps from the end on Sunday after Red Bull's championship leader Max Verstappen crashed while heading for victory. Verstappen was not hurt in the accident which appeared to be due to a sudden puncture or tyre failure. The crash left Mexican Sergio Perez, Verstappen's team mate, in the lead with seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton second for Mercedes and Sebastian Vettel third in an Aston Martin. (Reporting by Alan Baldwin in London; Editing by Hugh Lawson). Content source: Hindustan Times .