If you weren't already worried Donald Trump had no clue what he was doing re: North Korea, get ready to start sweating!
In an interview on Tuesday morning's Fox & Friends, the only show he likes anymore, the POTUS totally showed his foreign policy hand. And it was empty. And tiny.
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When Ainsley Earnhardt asked about a possible U.S. military strike on the Asian nation, Trump replied:
Many spectacular George Michael videos have been circulating the web in the wake of his sudden death on Sunday.
But one video of the former Wham! frontman has special poignancy, because it also includes another lost music icon of 2016 — David Bowie.
The unearthed clip shows Michael rehearsing for a 1992 tribute to Freddie Mercury with his soulful rendition of the Queen hit Somebody to Love.
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The video also shows a cigarette-dragging Bowie, standing against the wall next to Seal, clearly enjoying the performance.
According to the Independent, Michael once said performing the song on behalf of the late rock legend was "the proudest moment of my career."
This gives us chills! Watch the phenomenal performance for yourself (below) — including the Bowie close-up around 4:10.
Talkin' bout those bare necessities! Like streaming movies and TV…
November is right around the corner, and once again it's time for more movies and TV shows to leave Netflix.
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The good news is, we're getting a whole SLEW of new flicks and shows the help fill in the gaps — like the highly anticipated Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and 2016's The Jungle Book (dang, that was fast)!
Before we break your heart with all the incredible movies leaving the popular streaming service — like BOTH Legally Blonde films — take a peek at all the new things coming to Netflix next month (below)!
Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan's LIVE! drama that got stirred up when it was announced the former NFLer would be leaving for Good Morning America is about to come to a close as Friday marks Michael's last day on the talk show.
While Strahan moves on to his next gig, there have been rumors swirling that Kelly might be thinking about moving on to another show as well — a show like GMA or The View.
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Well if you were worried, we're happy to say don't be as the former soap opera star dished to People saying:
There's no doubt that you've definitely heard some of the drama regarding Michael Strahan leaving LIVE! with Kelly and Michael.
Well now that Kelly Ripa has calmed down from being pissed and leaving on an early vacay, things seem to be slowly settling down now that we're only a day away from the former NFLer's final day.
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Sure there have been some awkward moments, but the show must go on — and apparently it might be headed to a new city!
The blonde beauty recently dished to People that LIVE! could potentially move to California thanks to her 14-year-old daughter, Lola!
With even more musical events scheduled, the Super Bowl is turning into the Grammys!
The NFL and CBS announced on Wednesday that country star Sam Hunt will perform during the Super Bowl 50 Tailgate Party at the Levi's Stadium in California!
And if country isn't your thing — music veteran Seal will also be headlining the concert right before the Denver Broncos face off against the Carolina Panthers!
This is just the latest addition to the already star-studded entertainment set to appear throughout the night!
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On Tuesday, it was confirmed that Lady GaGa will be singing the National Anthem before kickoff!
And of course Coldplay will headline the game's halftime show with a special appearance by Beyoncé. So much star power in just one game!
We can wait for the night of performances — oh yeah, and the game too — when the Super Bowl airs Sunday night on CBS!
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