Entertainment News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507 Entertainment News 2016-10-23T02:51:20Z Entertainment News Jimmy Kimmel rolls out red carpet as Emmy host After rolling out the red carpet Wednesday morning in anticipation of Sunday's Emmy ceremony, host Jimmy Kimmel warned he's planning a prank on folks not watching the show. Pop stars and fast cars: Taylor Swift plays Formula One AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — With their red, white and blue tutus and Taylor Swift T-shirts, Rachel Emling and Mikala Crews were everything Formula One wanted at the U.S. Grand Prix: young fans who would travel across the country for a mix of pop stars and fast cars. Katy Perry visits UNLV dorms, urges students to vote Clinton LAS VEGAS (AP) — UNLV students relaxing in their dorms got an unexpected knock on their doors Saturday afternoon from Katy Perry, who was roaming the halls and drumming up support for Hillary Clinton on the first day of early voting in Nevada. Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Comic's comic Kevin Meaney has died at age 60 FORESTBURGH, New York (AP) — Kevin Meaney, a comic's comic who worked the standup circuit, was a staple on late-night TV and starred in the short-lived 1990s CBS series "Uncle Buck," has died at age 60, his agent said Saturday. Prince Albert buys Philadelphia home of mom Grace Kelly PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia home where Oscar-winning actress Grace Kelly grew up and accepted a marriage proposal from Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1955 is now in the hands of the royal family. Nobel academy member calls Bob Dylan's silence 'arrogant' COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — A member of the Swedish Academy that awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in literature to Bob Dylan says the American singer-songwriter's silence since receiving the honor is "impolite and arrogant." Charles Barkley has something to say about race in America NEW YORK (AP) — Charles Barkley calls it friendly fire. American couple pledge $380 million art donation to France PARIS (AP) — France's President Francois Hollande is honoring an American couple for pledging the largest foreign collection of art to be donated to France since World War II. Actress joins London protest seeking end to Aleppo bombing LONDON (AP) — Hundreds of London protesters, including actress Carey Mulligan, have left teddy bears outside the prime minister's office as they demanded a larger British role in ending attacks on civilians in Syria's Aleppo. Wonder Woman Considered Too Sexy for Some United Nations Staffers UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations celebrated Wonder Woman's 75th birthday on Friday by naming the comic book character as its new Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Woman and Girls, despite frustration from both inside and outside the world organization that the spot should go to a real — and less sexualized — woman. Wonder Woman named a special UN ambassador, despite protests UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations celebrated Wonder Woman's 75th birthday on Friday by naming the comic book character as its new Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Woman and Girls, despite frustration from both inside and outside the world organization that the spot should go to a real — and less sexualized — woman. Obama nixes twerking at final White House musical event WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama said he's sad that one of his and the first lady's favorite traditions, musical night at the White House, ended Friday. Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Daughter of man in The Piano Guys missing in Oregon PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The 21-year-old daughter of one of men in the Utah-based music group The Piano Guys has been reported missing and may have gotten injured or lost on a hike in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon, authorities say. Nobel academy member slams 'arrogant' Dylan A prominent member of the academy which awards the Nobel literature prize slammed this year's laureate Bob Dylan as arrogant on Friday, citing his total silence since the award was announced last week. The US singer-songwriter has not responded to repeated phone calls from the Swedish Academy, nor reacted in any way in public to the news. On the evening of October 13, the day the literature prize winner was announced, Dylan played a concert in Las Vegas during which he just sang his songs and made no comment at all to his fans. Donald Glover cast as Lando Calrissian in Han Solo film LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Glover is joining the "Star Wars" universe. Lady Gaga takes up Black Lives Matter with sober new album Lady Gaga rose to fame with her shock-inducing outfits and remains the seventh most followed person on Twitter, but on her sober new album, she admits an unease in the era of social media. "Joanne," the now 30-year-old singer's first solo album in three years, marks a shift from the glam synthpop that made Gaga a club sensation to another retro sound -- unadorned soft rock, with forays into country. Gaga said she wrote "Angel Down," a grim ballad with a siren-like guitar backdrop, after the 2012 killing of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old African American shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Florida as he walked home with iced tea and candy. Purported niece, others seek shares of Prince's estate CHASKA, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota judge said Friday he'll try to rule quickly on whether state law entitles a purported niece, grandniece and nephew of Prince to press their claims to shares in the late rock superstar's estate. Astley never stops appreciating 'Never Gonna Give You Up' NEW YORK (AP) — Rick Astley exiled himself from music for a good part of the last three decades, but he never really left pop's consciousness. Exhibit of rare Korans seeks to restore Islam in US eyes A first US showing of rare old Korans opens Saturday in a Washington museum, highlighting a different side of Islam at a time when the religion's image in America has been scarred by a divisive presidential campaign. More than 60 Korans and Koranic texts, dating from as far back as the late seventh century and considered works of art for their exceptionally fine calligraphy, will be featured in "The Art of the Qur'an," running through February 20, 2017, at the Freer and Sackler museums, home to the Smithsonian Institution's Asian art collection. Most of them -- 47 of 63 -- were lent to Freer and Sackler from a single source: the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts in Istanbul. Rocker Vince Neil pleads guilty in Las Vegas battery case LAS VEGAS (AP) — Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery for a sidewalk scuffle involving a woman outside a Las Vegas Strip resort in April. A giant nude statue in California is stirring controversy SAN LEANDRO, Calif. (AP) — There have long been complaints about the lack of women in the tech industry. Now there's a towering female figure, in a tech park across the bay from San Francisco, although not quite what some people had in mind. Drew Sharp, longtime Detroit sports columnist, dies at 56 DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Free Press says sports columnist Drew Sharp has died. He was 56. Brad Pitt hasn't answered divorce petition: reports Brad Pitt has missed the deadline to respond to Angelina Jolie's divorce petition, seeking to avoid sparking an acrimonious legal battle that could harm the children, media reported on Friday. The 52-year-old actor will not file an official reply, despite being two days over Wednesday's cut-off date, until the estranged couple's lawyers have reached an agreement over custody, celebrity gossip websites Us Weekly and TMZ reported. The "Fight Club" actor is looking for joint legal and physical custody, according to TMZ, but is hoping to avoid a court battle for the couple's six children. The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending October 20, 2016: Met Gala, exhibit to honor designer Rei Kawakubo NEW YORK (AP) — The annual Met Gala, one of the most anticipated events in the fashion world, will honor designer Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garcons. Warner Bros. promises previously unreleased Prince music ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Warner Bros. Records is about to unveil two projects by the late megastar Prince that include previously unreleased material. TV legend Carol Burnett signed to ABC sitcom project NEW YORK (AP) — Carol Burnett fans: You'd be glad to have some more time together with this comedy legend, and she's likely headed back to series TV in a project Amy Poehler will executive produce. Child porn accuser drops lawsuit against ex-Subway pitchman INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The family of one of Jared Fogle's victims in the child pornography case that led to the former Subway pitchman's imprisonment is dropping their lawsuit against him. British reporter 'Fake Sheikh' jailed for 15 months LONDON (AP) — A judge sentenced a British journalist who often posed as a Middle Eastern tycoon in sting operations to 15 months in prison on Friday, after the tabloid reporter was convicted of perverting the course of justice in an effort to get scoops. Life darker than art for Panama boxing hero in US film The night US forces invaded Panama, Roberto Duran ran home from a bar to get his gun. It is one of many colorful episodes in the life of the Panamanian boxing champion -- now immortalized in a new film, "Hands of Stone" with US "Raging Bull" actor Robert De Niro. Legend had it that Duran -- regarded as one of the all-time greats of the ring -- wanted to fist-fight the invaders who deposed Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega in 1989. Cuban zoologist, education head to get honorary NY degrees NEW YORK (AP) — A Cuban zoologist and the U.S. secretary of education are being recognized with honorary Ph.D.s from New York City's American Museum of Natural History. Sheen's 'Wild Thing' will not make pitch in World Series CLEVELAND (AP) — Wild Thing will have to stay in the bullpen during the World Series. Money rolls in to rescue Smithsonian's ruby red slippers WASHINGTON (AP) — People are pledging lots of green to restore a pair of famous red slippers. Review: Leonard Cohen old and wise on 'You Want It Darker' Leonard Cohen, "You Want It Darker" (Columbia Records) Kevin James couldn't wait: Long Island is his sitcom home NEW YORK (AP) — With "Kevin Can Wait," Kevin James has come home. Lady Gaga returns to NYC bar where she launched her career NEW YORK (AP) — Lady Gaga returned to the New York City bar where she performed years ago as an unsigned act on the eve of her new album's release, singing rock and pop songs for an audience including Robert De Niro, Helen Mirren, die-hard fans and music industry insiders. Mumbai film fest opens amid protests over Pakistani talent NEW DELHI (AP) — India's glitziest film festival opened this week to fanfare and fury, as Indians protested the inclusion of Pakistani artists. Tom Hanks sees US election warning in thriller 'Inferno' LONDON (AP) — Embedded within the manic action of "Inferno," the latest big-screen adaptation of a Dan Brown thriller, is a warning about the dangers of seeking simple solutions to complex problems. Star Tom Hanks says it's a theme with echoes in the current U.S. presidential race. WRHL 2016-10-23T07:51:20Z http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507