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*Jennifer Lopez will donate $1 million to hurricane relief efforts for Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.

She made the announcement Sunday during a surprise appearance alongside New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who launched a donation drive to aid the islands.

At the press conference, J.Lo, who is co-chairing the effort, said, “Today Puerto Rico needs our help. My cousins and I and all of our family still haven’t been able to hear from all of our family over there and we are concerned for them and for everybody on the island." 

Lopez added that she and boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, "who are both New Yorkers, are utilizing all our resources and relationships in entertainment, sports and business to garner support for Puerto Rican and Caribbean relief efforts." 





  • Dancing With the Stars The first elimination of the season occurs after the second week of performances. (ABC)
  • The Good Doctor (series premiere) A young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome joins St. Bonaventure hospital. (ABC)
  • Big Bang Theory (season premiere) Amy answers Sheldon's marriage proposal. (CBS)
  • Young Sheldon (series premiere) Spin-off of Big Bang Theory focuses on nine-year-old Sheldon Cooper in East Texas. (CBS)
  • Kevin Can Wait (season premiere) Kevin rushes to throw Kendra the perfect wedding; Chale is about to be deported. (CBS)
  • Me, Myself and I (series premiere) The life of Alex Riley is chronicled over the course of five decades, when he is 14, 40 and 65. (CBS)
  • Scorpion (season premiere) The team must work with old nemesis Mark Collins in order to save mankind. (CBS)
  • The Voice TONIGHT & TOMORROW NIGHT (season premiere) Jennifer Hudson joins Miley Cyrus, Adam Levine, and Blake Shelton; blind auditions. (NBC)
  • The Brave (series premiere) Capt. Adam Dalton and his Special Ops squad respond when an American doctor is kidnapped by a group with terrorist ties. (NBC)
  • So You Think You Can Dance (season finale) The final four dancers compete; the winner is crowned. (FOX)



1. Kingsman: The Golden Circle - $39 million

2. It - $30 million

3. The LEGO Ninjago Movie - $21.2 million

4. American Assassin LGF $6.3 million

5. Home Again - $3.3 million

Kingsman: The Golden Circle has ended It's two-week reign at the box office.

The action spy sequel, starring Channing Tatum and Taron Edgerton, earned $39 million in its debut weekend.

The Stephen King scarefest It took in another $30 million, raising its total to $266.3 million. It passed Jawsand is now the highest-grossing horror movie of all time.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie debuted in third with $21.2 million, while American Assassin dropped from second to fourth with $6.3 million.



Catherine Zeta-Jones, actress (48)

Will Smith, actor/rapper (49)

Scottie Pippin, NBA great (52)

Heather Locklear, actress (56)

Mark Hamill, Star Wars' Luke Skywalker (66)

Cheryl Tiegs, model (70)

Michael Douglas, actor (73)

Barbara Walters, TV host (88)


*Kylie Jenner is pregnant, she's 20 years old, its with her rapper boyfriend Travis Scott, who by the way is telling people it's a girl, but she isn't admitting it to the press yet.  Even her mom Kris Jenner is saying she hasn't confirmed anything to her yet.  She started dating Travis earlier this year. 



Diversity Is A Sticking Point In “American Idol” Judge Search-

Word is Luke Bryan has signed on to be the second judge on the American Idol reboot. Variety reports the country star will join Katy Perry....One more judge is expected to be added before auditions begin next week.   BUT it sounds like there is disagreement between the producers and ABC. It starts with the judges. Freemantle, the production company, wants to hire Charlie Puth as the final panelist, but ABC says the three must be diverse and their choices were Lionel Richie and mega manager Troy Carter.

With filming of the judges segments almost here, this is becoming a tense game of chicken.

Source: TMZ


“It” Smashes A U.S. Record-

The Stephen King tale of a child eating clown in now number one in another way.

“It” is the highest grossing horror movie in U.S. history. It overtook the 1973 classic “The Exorcist” over the weekend. It comes with “asterisks” though. Globally, the ‘73 classic is still number one and if you adjust for the difference in ticket prices, that movie also beats “It.”

The Stephen King reboot only cost 35-million bucks to make, and considering its take is estimated to be 313-million at the end the movie’s run, that is pretty good!

Source: UPI


President Trump: He's restricted travel from seven countries.

Diddy, John Legend: Many celebs slammed President Trump for creating drama with the NFL as well as NBA star Stephen Curry.

Stevie Wonder: The singer took a knee for America during the Global Citizen festival in New York’s Central Park.

Kris Jenner: The momager was reportedly surprised to wake up to daughter Kylie Jenner pregnancy reports.

Jennifer Lopez: The star is donating $1 million to aid hurricane victims in her native Puerto Rico.

Oprah Winfrey: The mogul led a heated debate on the president for her first 60 Minutes segment.

#StarTrekDiscovery: The latest installment in the sci-fi franchise debuted Sunday night.

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