Which TV Star is Angry Her Show is RENEWED?

Which TV Star is Angry Her Show is RENEWED?

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“Fresh Off the Boat” star Constance Wu is receiving backlash from fans and followers after she tweeted that she was NOT happy that the series was renewed for a sixth season.  She later explained that it wasn’t the face that the show was renewed that upset her, but the fact that she was forced to give up another project because of the renewal.

If you thought you saw Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers on last night’s episode of “Game of Thrones,” believe your eyes – it was him!

Kelly Clarkson, Adam Levine, John Legend, and Blake Shelton will all be back in the judges’ chairs for season 17 of “The Voice.”  Carson Daly is also back to host.


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Tell a friend – The Voice is back again! Another spectacular season is on its way Mondays and Tuesdays this fall on @NBC.❣️

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NBC canceled Steve Harvey’s daytime talk show, “Steve.”  New episodes will run through June and repeats will continue into September.  It will be replaced with Kelly Clarkson’s new talk show.


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Demi Lovato just signed with a new manager – and not just any manager.  She will now be working with Scooter Braun, whose current clients include Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, and Kanye West.

Ariana Grande has a new gig – she will now be the new face of French fashion house Givenchy, starring in this year’s fall-winter campaign.


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🖤 #arivenchy #GivenchyFamily @givenchyofficial

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West welcomed a baby boy on Friday via surrogate.  This is the fourth child for the couple, who joins North, Saint, and Chicago.  No word yet on his name, but Kim said he’s “perfect” and healthy.

Pikachu did well, but not well enough to grab the top spot at the box office in its opening weekend.

  1. “Avengers: Endgame” – $63.1 million
  2. “Pokemon: Detective Pikachu” – $58 million
  3. “The Hustle” – $13.5 million
  4. “The Intruder” – $6.6 million
  5. “Long Shot” – $6.1 million


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