A range of stars from Broadway and musical theater will come together for the upcoming "Concert for America: Stand Up, Sing Out!," a civic-minded charity event coming UCLA's Royce Hall on May 24.
Acts include Chita Rivera, Cheyenne Jackson of “American Horror Story,” Rachel Bloom of "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend," Jane Lynch of "Glee" and scores of others.
This is the fifth edition of the show, and the first time it has come to Los Angeles. Hosts and creators Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley also founded Broadway for Orlando, an effort to help victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Florida.
After a yearlong absence, the team behind the EDM and hip-hop-driven HARD festivals will return to Fontana for a new edition of HARD Summer.
DJ Snake, Justice, Snoop Dogg (performing his classic LP "Doggystyle") and the Skrillex/Boys Noize project Dog Blood are at the top of the bill for this year's event, slated for Aug. 5 and 6 at the Auto Club Speedway of California.
On Monday, Baio appeared on WABC radio's "The Bernie and Sid Show" and said, "If you do drugs or drink, you're going to die," before adding that he didn't actually know the circumstances surrounding the troubled actress's death.
"She was just an insecure human being and fell into this world of drugs and alcohol," Baio said during his radio appearance. "Again, I don’t know if that’s what killed her. I’m sure it was a culmination of years and years of doing it that might have had something to do with it. She just never found her way."
When I do a part, it's an empty canvas. I don't know anything about acting. I'm not exaggerating. I must know a lot about acting if I've done it this much, but I don't feel like I know it. I go, 'What am I going to do?' There are some times I just can't put anything on that canvas. I either get lucky or I just don't do it well.
Fox News' Tucker Carlson acknowledged his position as a new face for those tuning into Fox News during the 8 p.m. EST time slot Monday evening with a few brief remarks to top his broadcast.
"I watched Bill O'Reilly for years," Carlson began, noting that viewers were seeing an unfamiliar sight with "Tucker Carlson Tonight" in the place of the network's 20-year-plus fixture, "The O'Reilly Factor."
After expressing his admiration for "The Factor's" former host, Carlson said, "What O'Reilly did was not easy. He set a high bar and I'm going to do my best to meet it."
Faye Dunaway thought Warren Beatty was simply being Warren Beatty when he hesitated before showing her the winner's card at the end of the Oscars in February.
"He took the card out, and he didn't say anything. He paused," the actress said with a laugh Monday on “NBC Nightly News With Lester Holt." "He looked over me, offstage. He looked around. And I finally said, 'You're impossible.'
"I thought he was joking," she said. "I mean, I thought he was stalling. Warren's like that. He kind of holds the power...."
Elton John contracted "a harmful and unusual" bacterial infection during his recent South American tour and, after an extended hospital stay that included two nights in intensive care, has canceled all of his shows scheduled for April and May.
"During his return flight home from Santiago, Chile, he became violently ill," his reps said Monday in a statement. "Upon returning to the UK, Elton's Doctors admitted him to hospital, where he underwent immediate treatment to remove the infection."
John was discharged on Saturday and, on doctor's orders, is resting at home. He's expected to make a full recovery.
The MC’s tour will take him to L.A.’s Staples Center on Aug. 6, at the tail end of a monthlong tour beginning July 12. The tour is in support of his new, widely acclaimed album “Damn,” released last week to coincide with his Coachella dates.
Openers for the tour include Travis Scott — who made a cameo with Lamar to perform “Goosebumps” in Indio — and D.R.A.M.