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Carole Baskin hopes Don will help Lewis Commercial find a missing husband

Play video content Exclusive TMZ.com Carole Baskin says she’s fully on board with the commercial looking for something Don Lewis … although her missing husband’s family believe they may have had something to do with his disappearance. We let Carole leave rehearsals for “Dancing With The Stars” on Wednesday, and our photo asked her about the spot that aired during …

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Fans are upset with Carrie Underwood, Thomas Rhett’s Entertainer of the Year at the 2020 ACM Awards

The Academy of Country Music Awards stunned fans when the evening ended for the first time in its history in a tie between Carrie Underwood and Thomas Rhett as Entertainer of the Year. While the award is sacred among country musicians and fans alike, some fans weren’t particularly pleased that it was split between the two hits. “Of course, they …

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I’m on “serious bed rest” in the middle of a “difficult pregnancy”

CONCLUDE In 2016, Chirssy Teigen wrote an article about managing postpartum depression after giving birth to their daughter Luna. In a new interview, Teigen suspected that this time she was spared the pain from PPD by eating placenta. USA TODAY Chrissy Teigen’s third pregnancy isn’t as easy as her first two. The 34-year-old cookbook author announced in her Instagram story …

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Carrie Underwood plays a mix of songs by the country’s legendary women at the 2020 ACM Awards

The Academy of Country Music Awards is about recognizing contributions to the genre. To do just that, entertainer of the year, Carrie Underwood, took the stage to perform a medley of songs from some of the most famous women in country music. The 37-year-old musician covered Dolly Parton’s “Why Did You Come In Like That?”, Patsy Cline’s “Crazy”, Reba McEntire’s …

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What Studios & Theaters Need to Do to Save Box Office Post ‘Tenet’ & Fallout Release Date – Deadline

What’s going on at the box office and in theaters right now goes way beyond the muted $ 30 million domestic results of Principle. This is neither a death knell for the exhibition nor rhetoric to freak studios and make them delay more films. Studios, you did enough damage in this room. It’s more of a come-to-Jesus: studios and exhibitors, …

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