Daily Archives: June 11, 2018

Tina Fey Says Liz Lemon And Leslie Knope Should Do A Spinoff Together

Tina Fey and her husband, Jeff Richmond, turned up for the Tonys on Sunday to support their 12-time-nominated “Mean Girls: The Musical.” The couple adapted the Broadway hit from the 2004 film written by Fey. The “Saturday Night Live” alum may have revisited “Mean Girls” for the musical, but she’s not interested in a film sequel…. Celebrity – Latest News, Photos ...

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News: Emirates touches down at London Stansted for first time

Emirates has celebrated the inaugural flight of its new daily service from Dubai (DXB) to London Stansted (STN). The flight marks the first time an international airline based in the Middle East operates out of the popular London airport, and connects the East of England with Emirates’ global network of over 155 destinations via its hub Dubai. The Emirates Boeing ...

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Forgiving Russians invite Robbie to kickstart World Cup

In a music video with ballerinas dancing around him, Williams sings about a leader who “alleviates the cash from a whole entire nation, takes loose change and builds his own space station”, and adds: “Ain’t no refutin’ or disputin’ – I’m a modern Rasputin.” The tongue-in-cheek track, which appears to criticise Russian oligarchs like footie bosses Alisher Usmanov of Arsenal ...

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Review: Kanye West and Kid Cudi Brood Bravely on 'Kids See Ghosts' LP

Through day ‘n’ night, cruel summers and G.O.O.D. Fridays, superstar button-pusher Kanye West and paranoid android cult hero Kid Cudi have remained thought leaders since they started working together nearly 10 years ago. Kanye’s grain-rubbing résumé in the last decade includes a nine-minute vocoder-prog opus, a minimalist industrial noise suite and an album that occasionally got upgraded like software. Cudi ...

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Review: Future's Robo-Croon Shines on 'Superfly' Soundtrack

Future’s accompaniment to Director X’s remake of Superfly (which the Atlanta MC co-produced) isn’t as concise a statement on post-millennial criminality as Kendrick Lamar’s Black Panther project was on universal blackness and African identity, and it certainly can’t live up to Curtis Mayfield’s epochal soundtrack to the 1972 original. But this album, which Future studded with guests like Lil Wayne, ...

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