Entertainment News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507 Entertainment News 2016-06-25T07:54:06Z Entertainment News Spotify's Top 10 most streamed tracks The following list represents the most streamed tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Monday, Oct. 20 to Sunday Oct. 26 via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify. Who will win at the Tony Awards? AP predicts NEW YORK (AP) — The great comedian W.C. Fields is credited with the line, "Never work with children or animals." He would have had trouble on Broadway this season. The top iPhone and iPad apps on App Store App Store Official Charts for the week ending November 3, 2014: Clinton campaign offers chance to see Hamilton - at a cost WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton supporters will get a chance to see the hit musical "Hamilton" if they're willing to pay prices that are breathtaking even by Broadway standards. Judge won't hear media request at Prince estate hearing MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota judge overseeing Prince's estate case won't allow attorneys for several media companies to intervene in an upcoming hearing. Bill Cunningham, NY Times fashion photographer, dies at 87 NEW YORK (AP) — Bill Cunningham, a longtime fashion photographer for The New York Times known for taking pictures of everyday people on the streets of New York, has died. He was 87. Indianapolis Colts owner buys Prince's Yellow Cloud guitar BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has purchased the Yellow Cloud electric guitar that Prince used in numerous concerts until the mid-1990s. Iconic clubs feted in celebrity-filled Paris menswear shows PARIS (AP) — Actor Robert Pattinson took center stage at Dior Homme's menswear show in Paris that celebrated the styles of Britain's iconic retro club, The Haçienda — against a theatrical fairground backdrop that had celebrity attendees gawping. Kenzo, too, paid homage to legendary retro clubs in a show dedicated to the flamboyant styles once worn at New York music venues. Indian stars gather in Madrid for 'Bollywood Oscars' Indian celebrities gathered in Madrid Saturday for the "Bollywood Oscars", a star-studded award show being held in Spain for the first time that will be watched by up to 800 million people worldwide. The award show, which celebrates the Hindi language film industry known as Bollywood, takes place in a different city outside of India every year in the hope of luring new audiences to the genre. Indian historical epic "Bajirao Mastani" got the ball rolling on Friday at a glittering concert and fashion show, scooping nine out of 14 awards given out ahead of Saturday's shindig. Jeff Gordon interested in joining 'Live' with Kelly Ripa SONOMA, Calif. (AP) — Jeff Gordon is open to succeeding Michael Strahan as Kelly Ripa's new "Live" co-host — so long as he could continue his new job as a NASCAR analyst. Killer sale: Fans flock to buy Jerry Lee Lewis items NESBIT, Miss. (AP) — There's a whole lot of sellin' going on at the home of rock 'n' roll pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis. Correction: Film Review-Swiss Army Man story In a June 22 review of the film "Swiss Army Man," The Associated Press misspelled the name of one of the directors. The correct spelling is Daniel Kwan. Kanye West unveils "Famous" video of him, celebrities LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kanye West has unveiled a video on a subject he knows something about: fame. Franklin participates in street-renaming ceremony for father DETROIT (AP) — Aretha Franklin has participated in a street-renaming ceremony for her late father at the Detroit church where he was a longtime pastor and prominent civil rights leader. Bernie Worrell, masterful P-Funk keyboardist, dead at 72 NEW YORK (AP) — Bernie Worrell, the ingenious "Wizard of Woo" whose amazing array of keyboard sounds and textures helped define the Parliament-Funkadelic musical empire and influenced performers of funk, rock, hip-hop and other genres, has died. F. Lee Bailey, OJ Simpson's attorney, files for bankruptcy PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Famed defense attorney F. Lee Bailey, whose legion of high-profile cases includes the O.J. Simpson murder trial, has filed for bankruptcy in Maine in an effort to discharge an IRS debt of more than $5 million. Billy Joel makes surprise appearance at tribute band show HUNTINGTON, N.Y. (AP) — Fans watching a Billy Joel tribute band were treated to a surprise appearance by the Piano Man himself. New Hampshire woman drops defamation suit against Bill Cosby A 72-year-old New Hampshire woman who says Bill Cosby raped her in 1965 has withdrawn her civil defamation lawsuit against the comedian after a federal judge had allowed the case to move forward. Kristina Ruehli’s lawyer told The Associated Press on Friday that her client had decided not to pursue the case because the legal landscape has changed since she first filed suit in November. Cosby now faces criminal prosecution in Pennsylvania and similar civil actions are in play in Massachusetts and elsewhere by dozens of other accusers. Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Michael Herr, author of the Vietnam-era 'Dispatches,' dies NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Herr, the author and Oscar-nominated screenplay writer who viscerally documented the ravages of the Vietnam War through his classic nonfiction novel "Dispatches" and through such films as "Apocalypse Now" and "Full Metal Jacket," died after a long illness. He was 76. Michael Herr, author of the Vietnam-era 'Dispatches,' dies NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Herr, the author and Oscar-nominated screenplay writer who viscerally documented the ravages of the Vietnam War through his classic nonfiction novel "Dispatches" and through such films as "Apocalypse Now" and "Full Metal Jacket," died Thursday after a long illness. He was 76. Judge blocks planned sale of Whitney Houston's Emmy Award LOS ANGELES (AP) — A federal judge blocked the sale of an Emmy Award that Whitney Houston won 30 years ago after it was put on the auction block by the late singer's family. Auction of Whitney Houston memorabilia earns $500,000 LOS ANGELES (AP) — An auction of Whitney Houston's memorabilia has earned more than $500,000 despite a judge blocking the sale of an Emmy Award won by the late singer. The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending June 23, 2016: 'Star Wars' creator scraps Chicago museum plan For George Lucas, Chicago might as well be a galaxy far, far away. The "Star Wars" creator invented an entire sci-fi universe and multibillion-dollar empire. Thwarted by local politics, the 72-year-old filmmaker said Friday that the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art would now be built somewhere in California. Court bites back, exonerates Michigan TV vet who saved dog DETROIT (AP) — A Boston terrier named Mr. Pigglesworth is as frisky as ever — and the Michigan veterinarian who saved the dog's life on a reality TV show has been cleared of misconduct. Bernie Worrell, masterful P-Funk keyboardist, dead at 72 NEW YORK (AP) — Bernie Worrell, the ingenious "Wizard of Woo" whose amazing array of keyboard sounds and textures helped define the Parliament-Funkadelic musical empire and influenced performers of funk, rock, hip-hop and other genres, has died. CNN's Lewandowski joins stable of former operatives on news NEW YORK (AP) — Corey Lewandowski, who debuted as a CNN contributor three days after being fired as Donald Trump's campaign manager, is hardly the only political operative that a cable news network is paying to talk about politics. Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Brexit, not the clothes, are the talk of Paris Fashion Week PARIS (AP) — The British vote to leave the European Union and not the clothes were the talk of the front row crowd at menswear shows in Paris on Friday. Motivational speaker Robbins' coal walk burns more than 30 DALLAS (AP) — More than 30 people who attended an event with motivational speaker Tony Robbins have been treated for burns after Robbins encouraged them to walk on hot coals as a way of conquering their fears, Dallas fire officials said. Lucas abandons plan to build museum in Chicago after lawsuit CHICAGO (AP) — "Star Wars" creator George Lucas announced Friday that he has abandoned plans to build his art museum in Chicago, blaming delays over a lawsuit from a parks group opposed to development along the city's prized lakefront. Actress Kelly McGillis attacked at North Carolina home HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (AP) — An apparently shaken and frantic Kelly McGillis could be heard on a recorded 911 call screaming about a woman who broke into her North Carolina home, saying the woman attacked her and claimed to know her. Globetrotters 'draft' Neymar, Missy Franklin, Kevin Hart ATLANTA (AP) — Hey, Neymar, we'll let you use your hands. Playing bad on 'Animal Kingdom' is good for Scott Speedman NEW YORK (AP) — Viewers might be unsure about his character on TNT's "Animal Kingdom," but Scott Speedman says he's OK with that. The Latest: Parks group says Lucas decision 'unfortunate' CHICAGO (AP) — The Latest on filmmaker George Lucas withdrawing his plans to build an art museum in Chicago (all times local): New Hampshire woman drops defamation suit against Bill Cosby SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — A 72-year-old New Hampshire woman who says Bill Cosby raped her in 1965 withdrew her civil defamation lawsuit against the comedian on Friday, a day after a federal judge had allowed the case to move forward. 'Black-ish' crowd-pleaser Deon Cole solos with TV special LOS ANGELES (AP) — Deon Cole, a crowd-pleaser as unpredictable Charlie on ABC's sitcom "black-ish," is flying solo with his first stand-up special. Oscar-nominated documentarian Liz Garbus makes a music video LOS ANGELES (AP) — What does it take to get an Oscar-nominated documentarian to direct a music video? Greek foundation unveils new Athens opera, national library A leading Greek foundation on Friday unveiled a sprawling new park, opera and national library in southern Athens designed to "give hope" to a country brought low by a six-year economic crisis. The 1,400-seat opera, library and adjoining park designed by famed Italian architect Renzo Piano cost nearly 600 million euros ($680 million) and took eight years to design and build. "We thought it was very important to give hope," Andreas Dracopoulos, co-president of the Stavros Niarchos foundation that funded the project, told a news conference. 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