On Wednesday, it was reported that Tracy Morgan and Walmart came to an amicable settlement in the lawsuit involving the car accident last year that left the comedian seriously injured.
Now, the Saturday Night Live alum will sit down for his first interview since the accident occurred this past June.
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On Monday June 1st, the actor and his lawyer Benedict Morelli will appear on the Today show for a live interview with Matt Lauer at Rockefeller Plaza.
The 46-year-old has been out of the public eye since the accident, as he was recovering from severe head trauma, a broken leg, and broken ribs after a Walmart truck slammed into the back of a limo van carrying the comedian and two others.
Morgan released this statement on Wednesday about the settlement:
TLC may not have officially canceled 19 Kids And Counting yet, but Hulu has stopped counting at 404.
In the wake of Josh Duggar's admission that he molested multiple underage girls, the family has been completely removed from the streaming service, despite it being available as recently as Wednesday afternoon.
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Hulu did respond when fans demanded the removal of the show by stating:
"The show page has already been removed, and is no longer hosted on Hulu."
If you try to access 19 Kids on Hulu's site, all you get is the following error message:
It seems like every week we get a new addition to the cast of the Netflix revival series, Fuller House, and we're not complaining! Sure it's a bummer that the Olsen Twins won't be coming back for the reunion, but we're betting John Stamos' character Uncle Jesse will be even happier with the new addition!
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Lori Loughlin went on Good Morning America on ABC Thursday morning to let everyone know she'll be returning as Uncle Jesse's main squeeze and wife Rebecca Katsopolis — well Aunt Becky to us!
After several reports that Loughlin was optimistic but still in talks, it looks like things have be finalized for her return! GMA tweeted out the great news saying:
Things have been pretty rough for Teen Mom 2's Jenelle Evans.
As we previously reported, Myrtle Beach cops were looking for the MTV star after she attacked her ex, Nathan Griffith. However, the mother-of-two claims that her baby daddy ran over her with his truck.
Yikes! Talk about family drama!
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On Wednesday, the reality star's attorney, Amy S. Lawrence, issued a statement regarding the alleged assault.
Though the 19 Kids and Counting scandal is arguably a bigger deal and has taken a bit longer to handle than the quick axing of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo when they had their own scandal, it seems as though the Duggars' show will ultimately have the same fate.
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After the whirlwind of news regarding the 19 Kids and Counting molestation scandal, it comes as NO surprise that a source close to the network reported that the cancelation of the show is more likely to happen than not.
The source came forward and very bluntly said of the reality show:
"If you're betting, you'd be wise to put money on the show getting cancelled."
Besides the obvious scandal, TLC has a couple other reasons for canceling, the source revealed. The source revealed that
When you put what you want out into the universe, the universe responds back!!!
We needed more positivity and uplifting in our life, and we are so thankful for Laura Bell Bundy's I Am What I Am!
The country crooner's latest is such an inspiring tune!
And it's totally in our sweet spot too - country pop!
Laura Bell Bundy has always reminded us of a modern-day Dolly Parton mixed with Kelly Pickler, Britney Spears and sonically Little Big Town too.
She's so good!
Check out her happy and heartfelt new song above!
Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Laura Bell Bundy!
Michael King, the creator of Oprah Winfrey and Dr. Phil's syndicated shows, died at 66 years old on Wednesday at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in West Hollywood.
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It's reported that the TV producer contracted an infection after returning home from France with his wife nearly three weeks ago. The mogul is said to have been placed in the ICU to be treated for pneumonia — and was eventually placed on ventilator.
Unfortunately, the CEO of King World Productions' health deteriorated and was taken off life support. He died several hours later.
Michael was easily viewed as one of Hollywood's greatest TV producers with his daytime hits.
Our hearts go out to Michael's friends and family during this trying time.
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