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Strictly Come Dancing 2016: Will Young QUITS show for 'personal reasons'

The former Pop Idol winner is said to have decided to leave the show for "personal reasons". In a statement, the singer revealed: “To be a part of Strictly has been a long time ambition of mine. "As a performer, a viewer, and a fan of the show, to dance as a contestant was an experience I always hoped for. "I have made some great friends, and am in awe of their performances week in, week out. "I have found a creative partnership with Karen that has been the most wonderful ...
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Russell Tovey says his coveted role in gay stage epic Angels in America was part of his life long before he signed up to it.
Hundreds of people chanting "USA" gathered peacefully for a rally at a park in Berkeley _ home of the free speech movement _ to protest a canceled appearance by conservative commentator Ann
A year-round Fremont Street attraction based on the “Fear the Walking Dead” TV show is expected to open in July.
A Mississippi sheriff's deputy is suing singer R. Kelly, alleging that Kelly had a yearslong affair with his wife that broke up his marriage. Deputy Kenneth Bryant, who married Asia Childress in Missi
Celebrities, community leaders and luminaries gathered Thursday evening at the MGM Grand’s Grand Garden Arena for the Power of Love Gala, a benefit for the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
Elle King remembers wanting to cry after one of the first gigs she played in Nashville. The young singer with roots in pop and rock was opening for Margo Price a few years ago and recalls doing tw
While others were focusing on Detroit’s post-industrial decay and ruins, photographer Michel Arnaud decided to shine on a light on the city’s resurgence and growth.       
The Smith Center’s second annual Heart of Education Awards will honor outstanding Clark County School District teachers.
The movie Mike, as played by Channing Tatum, backflips right off that stage, hoists a gal, chair and all, right off the floor, throws his new friend down on the stage, loses his shoes, then his trouse
The band just released the first single and video from its upcoming album.
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Hundreds of far-right protesters, some dressed in goggles, gas masks and knee pads, are rallying in support of Ann Coulter as dozens of police in riot gear stand ready to crack down on violence if it
Wynn Nightlife has teamed up with shoe boutique 12AMRUN to offer one exclusive XS at Encore nightclub table package for Friday evening that includes five pairs of the new Yeezy 350 V2 Cream White shoe
Brett Eldredge made fast friends in Las Vegas when he worked “Absinthe” performers into his rendition of “Something I’m Good At” for the April 2 Academy of Country Music
Hey, wanna hear Buckcherry’s “Crazy (Nice Young Lady)” outside a strip club for a change? No? Well, too damn bad, ’cause your ’90s-rock-guy credentials will most certainl
They are confident evidence will show "Soules acted reasonably."
Halloween may be six months away, but a spooky mood is guaranteed when “The Bride of Frankenstein” materializes, courtesy of the College of Southern Nevada’s dance program.
Michael Mantenuto, a former actor best known for his role in the Disney hockey movie "Miracle" and who later joined the Army, has died in the Seattle suburb of Des Moines. He was 35. The King County M
Following his recent appearance at the James Beard House in New York, Costa di Mare executive chef Mark LoRusso is showcasing the menu he prepared there at his restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas.
Entertainment chief Robert Greenblatt discusses the network’s social media strategy in an interview with Chris Hardwick at the National Association of Broadcasters Show.
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Mat Franco has parylayed a successful run at Linq hotel-casino into an expanded schedule in a theater named for him.
Actor Joseph Fiennes has defended his portrayal of Michael Jackson in the cancelled Urban Myths, insisting the project was no worse than the comedy skits on U.S. TV show Saturday Night Live.
Mike Myers and director Jay Roach are working on concepts for a fourth Austin Powers movie.
It only takes one look at the scorched Twitter accounts of Chloë Grace Moretz and Bette Midler to understand that Kim Kardashian is fully capable of defending herself against the hater

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