First they came for the musicians, and now the actors.Florence Pugh has become the latest victim of an increasingly disturbing trend where fans hurl objects at performer’s onstage. The actress was attending a Dune: Part Two Panel at a Comic-Con event in São Paulo, Brazil on Sunday when the incident occurred. Joined by costars Timothée Chalamet, Austin Butler, and Zendaya to discuss the sci-fi sequel, Pugh was posing for photos when an object flew at the stage and struck her directly in the face. In videos shared across social media, Pugh and her costars react in shock as the actress recoils, puts a hand to the eye that was hit, and then reaches for the object on the ground.
Cormier was on the call along with fellow UFC Hall of Famer Michael Bisping and play-by-play man Brendan Fitzgerald. It’s not often in MMA that you get to see a fighter land a KO slam, let alone seeing two UFC fighters score finishes in that fashion on the same show, back-to-back. That’s exactly what happened at UFC Austin.
Move over superhero movies, the hot new thing in American cinemas is apparently concert films. After Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour made nearly $180 million over the last eight weeks, Beyoncé has arrived to do her part in taking over the theater industry. Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé made $21 million in its debut, easily taking the number one spot at the domestic box office this weekend and making nearly $10 million more than The Hunger Games: The Ballad Of Songbirds & Snakes despite playing in a thousand fewer theaters.
Taylor Swift was in snowy Wisconsin on Sunday to cheer on her beau, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. The “Karma” singer showed up to the “Sunday Night Football” matchup between the Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers, walking into Lambeau Field with a small posse that included Brittany Mahomes.
Despite excited reactions and support from Swift and Mahomes throughout the game, the Chiefs lost to the Packers 19-27.
If you're a Ree Drummond fan, you already know that the Pioneer Woman came out with a new cookbook in late October. But even if you're not a stalwart fan of all things Pioneer Woman, you'll still want to give this cookbook a look, especially if you're aiming to put more delicious home-cooked meals on the table this holiday season (and beyond) with less time and effort. "The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinner's Ready!" features more than 100 recipes, all designed especially "for the impatient cook."
Pop star Billie Eilish has confirmed that she accidentally came out in a recent interview with Variety magazine. Speaking on the red carpet at a Variety event in Los Angeles on Saturday, the 21-year-old Grammy award-winner said she didn’t want to make a big deal out of revealing her sexual preferences. Asked by the red carpet interviewer whether she intended to come out in the cover article, which was published in November, Eilish replied: “No, I didn’t. But I kind of thought, ‘Wasn’t it obvious?’”
On Saturday night, Kiss closed out the final performance of their “The End of the Road” farewell tour at New York City’s famed Madison Square Garden. But as dedicated fans surely know — they were never going to call it quits. Not really. During their encore, the band’s current lineup — founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons as well as guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer — left the stage to reveal digital avatars of themselves. After the transformation, the virtual Kiss launched into a performance of “God Gave Rock and Roll to You.”
Nick Sirianni has a reputation for wearing his heart on his sleeve. It’s part of why Philadelphia Eagles fans say the fiery coach is perfect for their city and for their favorite pro football team. In advance of an NFC title game rematch with the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, the head coach already tried to get his players’ blood boiling by showing all of San Francisco’s trash talk.
Alaska Air ALK -15.66%decrease; red down pointing triangle reached a roughly $1 billion deal to buy Hawaiian Airlines HA 188.99%increase; green up pointing triangle, a combination of two nearly century-old rivals that are dwarfed by the biggest players in a time of travel upheaval. The proposed deal would unite carriers that largely serve destinations in the Pacific region and operate competing flights to Hawaii. Executives said the deal would solidify Alaska Airlines’ position as the fifth-largest U.S. carrier. But they will have to win over antitrust authorities, who have challenged recent airline tie-ups.
Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are getting into the holiday spirit. Locals spotted the couple at holiday pop-up bar Miracle in Kansas City on Friday night, where the Chiefs were holding a party. News circulated online that Swift, 33, was in attendance at the team’s gathering, which seemed to be a costume party as many couples were wearing matching outfits. In one photo, Swift was pictured chatting to quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ wife, Brittany, whose back was facing the camera.
A pair of key figures at the main super PAC supporting Ron DeSantis' presidential bid have left the organization, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters, as internal squabbles among the Florida governor's allies intensify in the weeks before the first Republican nominating contests. Kristin Davison, the chief executive officer of the Never Back Down super PAC, and Erin Perrine, the communications director, have parted ways with the group, said the sources, who requested anonymity to discuss personnel matters.
A Georgia Republican called for impeaching the Fulton County prosecutor who brought racketeering charges against former President Donald Trump. Republicans in the Pennsylvania House have already impeached the top prosecutor in Philadelphia.
“Make Your Own Kind of Music” by Cass Elliot has become a staple in movie soundtracks and trailers as of late, and Saturday Night Live has taken notice. In a sketch featuring footage of the song’s recording, Mama Cass, played by SNL’s new resident vocalist Chloe Troast, gets notes from prescient producer Mitch Lester (Emma Stone). “This song’s gonna be everywhere, Mama. And then everyone’s gonna forget about it for a long, long time…
On Thursday, November 30, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star Mariska Hargitay introduced her new cat Karma to her followers on Instagram and made it very clear that, yes, it is a reference to Taylor Swift's track of the same name. She shared two photos of the adorable blue-eyed Siamese kitten in a red collar, rewriting lyrics from “Karma” in the caption to be more pet focused: “Karma is a Cat @taylorswift Meet Karma. My Cat. #MeAndKarmaVibeLikeThat #AndIKeepMySideOfMyPawClean #KarmaIsACat.”
On Friday, Sofia Vergara's good friend Julie Bowen spoke with People while attending the Step Up Inspiration Awards and was asked about her Modern Family co-star of 11 years. Bowen said that she will “always” support her friend, and that she has been seeing Vergara thrive after her breakup with Joe Manganiello.
SINGAPORE—In the contest to knock China off its perch as the world’s factory floor, countries such as Mexico, India and Vietnam face a formidable rival: China’s vast interior.
Bebe Rexha pulled out all the stops with her newest look, as the singer-songwriter shocked her fans in a glam form-fitting ensemble. On Sunday, the 34-year-old shared a video on Instagram flaunting an all-black dress that showed off her curves and featured a silver sparkly triangle of fabric at the neckline. She completed the fabulous look with a pair of black opera gloves, a smokey eye and nude lip color.
Josh Gad, who’s currently starring as Bud Davenport in Broadway‘s Gutenberg! The Musical!, had to bow out of a weekend performance due to a medical situation that his doctors said “needed to be addressed immediately.”“Not the news I’d like to share, but life happens. Unfortunately, I will not be at this afternoon’s performance of Gutenberg. I’m dealing with a medical emergency that despite telling my doctors I wanted to wait till Monday to address, they thought needed to be addressed immediately,” he wrote Saturday (Oct. 7) on Instagram, where he also shared a video.