The last time they performed together, it was a disaster. Would it end differently now?After the notorious ‘wardrobe malfunction’ of 2004’s Super Bowl half-time show, Janet Jackson’s career was decimated, while Justin Timberlake walked off whistling. With the latter recently confirmed for 2018’s ceremony, how might a possible reunion between the pop idols work? Related: Justin Timberlake to star at Super Bowl 14 years after 'wardrobe malfunction' Continue reading...
Most fans would agree that 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' is just about perfect. However, even director J.J. Abrams thought this scene was a mistake.
Victoria Beckham has finally decided to return to The Spice Girls as Posh Spice and now we know why.
Just because the original TV show is a hit, that doesn't mean its spinoff will be too. However, these TV shows resulted in spinoffs that were just as successful.
Today’s fluff won’t let hard times stand in our wayHaving been one of the mainstays of Chelsea’s title-winning campaign last season, this season David Luiz played all but three minutes of the first eight league games for which he was available (there was also a two-match suspension), then got dropped once and suddenly he’s ready to flounce out of the club altogether. He is, report the Star in their back-page exclusive, “said to be extremely unhappy following his bust-up with Antonio Conte” and also “frustrated that the club’s hierarchy have not backed him” and therefore “could be set for a reunion with José Mourinho”. That’s right, the grumpy Portuguese tactician “is ready to step in” and whisk the centre-back to Manchester, caring not a hoot that Chelsea are “sure to want at least the £34m they paid” for the frizz-faced ace. And Luiz is happy to work once again with Mourinho, who sidelined him at Chelsea, played him out of position or more frequently not at all, and then shipped him out to Paris.Meanwhile it’s a hearty welcome back to the Mill for our old friend Virgil van Dijk, who is set to be the subject of yet another couple of months of interminable speculation. Yesterday his current manager, Mauricio Pellegrino, was asked if he could guarantee that there would be no move for the centre-back in the January transfer window and responded by starting to squirm. “I don’t know. I can’t control the market. You never know, because when we talk about money everybody has got a price,” he squeaked. “I can’t decide about that. This is a question for our owners.” Thus Van Dijk appears on the back page of the Mirror, who assert in loudest, brightest, largest headline fonts that as far as Liverpool and Jürgen Klopp are concerned he could be “yours for £70m”, and that Pellegrino’s response amounts to “a green light to make a January bid”. Continue reading...
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We've seen Rick Grimes go through some serious highs and lows. But in Season 8, he has to take a long, hard look at his actions.
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Selena Gomez and The Weeknd have officially called it quits. This is how The Weeknd is moving on.
Refugee families who were separated during their journeys to Europe over the past few years are starting to be reunited by immigration officials. At least 15,000 refugees in Greece want to reconnect with family members, many of whom are in Germany, but bringing them together is a slow process. Greek authorities are sending refugees to be reunited with family members in other European countries at a rate of about 300 per month. But there is a backlog of about 4,000 approved cases, many of whom have waited more than six months. Some have gone on hunger strike in a bid to urge authorities to expedite their family reunions. Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Athens. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
On Wednesday afternoon, Republicans and Democrats came together in Emancipation Hall to unveil a commemorative chair in honor of the nation's prisoners of war (POW) and our nearly 83,000 servicemen and women missing in action (MIA). Speaker Ryan made the following remarks at the ceremony, as prepared for delivery: First, I just want to say: Sam Johnson is not only my colleague and my friend. He is my personal hero. It is such an honor to be part of this moment with you… When I think about what this chair represents, I think about the families. I think about the Hendrickson family in my hometown of Janesville, Wisconsin. Everyone knew ‘Uncle Donnie’ growing up. They knew that when he was in Korea he kept a picture of his mother, Sadie, right next to his heart. They knew that he wrote home about the good fight he was fighting. They knew him. But they never really met him. U.S. Army Corporal Donald Hendrickson was 19 when he was reported missing in action, last seen during a battle in December of 1950 when the temperature fell to 35 below. While his letters stopped, his mother’s did not. Sadie kept writing to her son right up until the moment he was declared dead. His remains were listed as “non-recoverable.” Still, Sadie never gave up, filling her home with stories and memories…anything to keep him alive. For the families of our POWs and MIAs—heroes in their own right—there is so much waiting…so many prayers…and closure that may never come. But. There is always the hope of reunion. Last year, more than six and a half decades on, Corporal Hendrickson’s remains were identified, and brought home. On a blustery Saturday last October, he was buried with full military honors at Oak Hill Cemetery in Janesville. His great niece received the flag. His community lined the procession route. And, just how in life he kept that picture close, that is how Donald Hendrickson was laid to rest: by his mother’s side. There is always the hope of reunion. Think about the mothers today. Think about the families. Think of them on Veterans Day, and every day if you can. Think of the families when you visit this marker in this place, at the heart of our republic. Thank you for all being here.
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber have a complicated history together. Here's a look back at their on-again, off-again relationship and where they stand now.
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Do bands such as LCD Soundsystem ever split up – or is ‘quitting’ just the first stage of a long, tactical manoeuvre? The last 15 years in music have made over-enthused geeks of us all. Fans carp and applaud every time a group of people who haven’t hung out for a while decide to hang out again, enthralled by the mere act of reunion. Recently, however, the trend has accelerated. Bands are reuniting after just a few years apart, and embark on a huge “final” tour before they go; a chance for a long, profitable goodbye. Related: Rip it up and start again: Status Quo, LCD Soundsystem and the fastest reformations ever Continue reading...
• Midfielder has been out for four weeks with a hamstring injury• ‘N’Golo brings a lot of balance into the team,’ says Thibaut CourtoisChelsea’s coaching staff are confident N’Golo Kanté will be fit to play in the Premier League game against Manchester United on Sunday but must now convince the player that he is ready to return after almost four weeks out with a hamstring injury.The France international, who hurt his thigh in the national team’s World Cup qualifying win in Bulgaria, has been back in first-team training since the end of last week and was close to playing in the damaging 3-0 defeat by Roma on Tuesday. However, the player had made clear his reservations about returning too soon and was ruled out on the day of the match. “N’Golo is important for us and brings a lot of balance into the team,” said the goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. “But you cannot push him if he does not feel ready.” Continue reading...
Five men killed in Tuesday’s terrorist attack were on a 30-year high school reunion trip planned when they were teenagers.
Follow for live updates on the investigation and fallout from the attackDonald Trump vows to step up ‘extreme vetting’ after attackVictims include five Argentinian friends on school reunionSayfullo Saipov named as suspect in killings 6.52pm GMT A project manager for Moody’s Investors Service at the World Trade Center is among those killed in the bike path attack in New York City, the AP reports:The father of 32-year-old victim Darren Drake says his son had recently lost more than 90 pounds and was out for a bike ride between meetings when the truck hit him. Father Jimmy Drake says that “while other people would take cigarette or coffee breaks, he would go out and ride the bike for 15 or 20 minutes.” 6.14pm GMT Jessica Glenza reports from Paterson, NJ, and Lois Beckett from New York:Sayfullo Saipov, the suspect in a New York City truck attack that left eight people dead and a dozen wounded, was a legal permanent resident of the United States who was “radicalized domestically” and carried out the attack “in the name of Isis”, officials said on Wednesday. Related: Sayfullo Saipov carried out truck attack 'in name of Isis' after weeks of planning Continue reading...
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