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The laugh is back, and so is the harmonica.

Much has already been written about the Roseanne revival being a welcome return to an old favorite, hitting many of the same beats that made the show great in its heyday. The same approach has been taken with the opening credits, using the same harmonica music and the concept of the Conner family gathered around the kitchen table.


*Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth are working on a new show based loosely on their old series, Beverly Hills, 90210, according to People magazine. The two would play "exaggerated version of themselves."

*Scott Baio's wife Renee has been diagnosed with microvascular brain disease. On Twitter, Baio confirmed the news, writing, “Unfortunately, this is true. Renee is forever my rock, my life & my soulmate! Toughest person I know.” (People)

*Nick Gordon, who's been under scrutiny in connection with the death of Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina, has been arrested for a domestic violence incident involving his current girlfriend. (TMZ)

*Norm Macdonald has landed a talk show on Netflix. The series, titled Norm Macdonald Has a Show, will see the comedian, along with sidekick Adam Eget, interviewing a single celebrity guest each episode. David Letterman serves as an advisor on the show. (Variety)


OJ Simpson's lawyer once admitted that he murdered Nicole Brown Simpson.

TMZ has acquired an outtake from FOX's special OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession? In the clip, former publisher Judith Regan says her book deal and interview with OJ arose from an admission from his lawyer. 

She says, "I received a phone call from an attorney who said that OJ was ready to confess... The only condition that he had was that he didn't want to call the book I Did It; he wanted to put an If in front of it so that he would have deniability with his children."

OJ Simpson: The Lost Confession? airs Sunday at 8 p.m. on FOX.


Tim McGraw Collapses On Stage In Dublin - 

Tim McGraw is expected to be okay after collapsing on stage in Dublin, Ireland.

The country singer was finidhing up performing “Humble and Kind” during the C2C Festival last night when he fell to his knees. His wife and touring partner Faith Hill came on stage and told fans "He's been super dehydrated. I apologize, but I made the decision that he cannot come back out on stage."

The show wrapped up three days of performances for the duo at each of the festival’s venues.

McGraw's publicist has confirmed that he was attended to by local medical personnel and will be just fine.

The couple are scheduled to begin their 29-city Soul2Soul tour in the U.S. on May 31 in Richmond, Virginia.

Source: Los Angeles Times


Disney's mega hit "Black Panther" has passed the $1 billion mark at the global box office. The studio said Saturday that the milestone is based on Disney's estimate of ticket sales. The announcement comes on the 26th day of release for the blockbuster.



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James Taylor, singer/songwriter, (70)


Church Of Scientology Launches Its Own TV Channel - 

The Church of Scientology is launching its own TV network.

The Church announced on Twitter yesterday that Scientology Network will debut tonight at 8 o'clock Eastern. The controversial Church says you can catch the network's programming on DirecTV, Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, iTunes, Google Play, and

It seemed this is the logical next step since the organization opened Scientology Media Productions back in 2016. It’s unclear if any of its famous members will be used in the programming.

Scientology is popular with many celebrities and has been heavily criticized by former members like actress Leah Remini.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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