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This is so terrible.
Blanton was behind the wheel of the car that flew off of the road and hit a tree while going around a bend.
Unfortunately, it's sounding like the story gets sadder as TMZ reports that people at The Tavern in Little Rock — where the 35-year-old and his buddy had been drinking — said that Chris
Hold the phones!
During an interview, Miz Thirlwall's bandmate Jesy Nelson totally spoiled her peer's relationship status. She shared:
"She's got someone on the go. His name starts with a J … then a D."
If that it isn't the Talk Dirty singer then we don't even know who else could it be?? HA!
The Black Magic singer even confirmed the pairing shortly after Jesy's comment. Jade noted:
What are you doing Jared?!
A video recently obtained by TMZ showed Leto listening to various tracks on Swift's album and critiquing each one — and the Oscar winner apparently wasn't impressed.
The video is edited from a few different clips, but you can see and hear Leto listening to various songs like Welcome to New York, Style, and of course Blank Space. In fact, Jared even thought one line was "Starbucks lovers"!
But while the 43-year-old didn't appear to have any over-the-top feelings about any tracks on 1989, he did go off a bit when the person behind the camera seemed to have said:
On Sunday, transgender icon and actress Holly Woodlawn lost her long battle with cancer. Andy Warhol's former muse was 69-years-old at her passing.
Miz Woodlawn rose to fame in the early '70s after her association with Warhol and starring in Paul Morrissey's film Trash.
Since then, the late actress penned a memoir titled A Low Life in High Heels and found a revival in her career during the '90s after appearing in various independent films — including Billy's Big Hollywood Kiss and Night Owl.
In fact, Holly even appeared in the Emmy winning show Transparent as the character Vivian.
Fellow Trash star Joe Dallesandro took to Facebook following the Puerto Rican native's death to confirm with their fans that Holly was unfortunately gone.
Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber is responsible for some of the best musicals in theater history! His latest, School Of Rock, is not one of them.
The choice material is not what one would expect of him, which we appreciate. He's trying something new! However, the bar is too high for himself and the genre of kids on Broadway, and this show is not up to par.
Alex Brightman is very charismatic as the inept substitute teacher, but he is living under the shadow of Jack Black as his performance veers too much towards imitation. Instead, a fresh take on this role would have been inspired - like Disney did with the Genie in their new Aladdin musical.
There are a couple of good and very memorable songs in School Of Rock, but the show would have benefitted far more from being a jukebox musical. Having a Stevie Nicks song be such a standout moment doesn't bode too well for your show of original music.
The kids in this production are all very solid. But, just down the street at Matilda, the child performers there are on a whole other level. It definitely helps that they have better material and direction.
Laurence Connor, who directed School Of Rock, did a fine-enough job. But a visionary director, like Alex Timbers, could have made this production so much more compelling!
But, at the end of the day, our opinion is irrelevant. As we were leaving the theater, we overhead this kid telling his mom that School Of Rock was the best show he'd ever seen. And THAT was awesome!
This is inneresting, but will it work?!
Dave Chappelle is partnering with a company called Yondr to try and get audience members at his comedy shows off their phones for the night — and he's doing it by locking phones up!
For Chappelle and other comedians concerned about having their acts taped, the idea of making it so that people can't access their phones during shows is attractive — and the partner company is now developing the technology to do just that.
Basically, it works like this: