CMAs Best Moments: Emotional Tributes Tributes, a Sugarland Reunion and More


The 2017 CMAs were full of can’t miss moments In case you did miss it, that’s what we’re here for An Emotional Opening The show opened with Eric Church singing “Amazing Grace” That led to Darius Rucker ’s hit “Hold My Hand,” in which he was joined by Lady Antebellum, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Reba, Kelsea Ballerini, Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Little Big Time and Thomas Rhett all on...

Film Review: ‘Amanda & Jack Go Glamping’


It was London everywoman Bridget Jones, in her most recent screen outing, who skeptically gave us cinema’s definitive verdict on “glamping,” that irksome term for upmarket camping in a fixed, fashionably furnished tent: “Calling him Gladolf Hitler,” she opined, “wouldn’t suddenly make us forget all the unpleasantness” It’s not a view that is challenged, nor a quip that is remotely improved upon...

Glamorous revellers arrive at Oaks Day


Oaks Day - otherwise known as Ladies Day - kicked off on Thursday morning Thousands of punters descended upon Melbourne's Flemington Racecourse Crowd was pictured enjoying the warm, sunny 21C weather While some may still be recovering from the Melbourne Cup, thousands of punters have descended upon Melbourne's Flemington Racecourse again this week donned in their finest attire Oaks Day ...

Keith Urban Performs Weinstein-Inspired Song at the CMAs


Keith Urban made a loud statement at the CMA Awards on Wednesday, November, 8 “When somebody laughs and implies that she asked for it / Just cause she was wearing a skirt / Oh is that how that works” It also referenced Beyonce ‘s “Girls (Run the World),” with the line: “When you hear a song saying you run the world / Do you believe it” “As a husband and a father of two young girls, it affects me...

Chinese theft of sensitive US military technology is still a 'huge problem,' says defense analyst


O ne of the reasons China is narrowing the military-technology gap with the US is because of the theft of designs and other sensitive data, analysts say President Donald Trump may bring up China's theft of American intellectual property during his talks with his Chinese counterpart this week A US-China cyber-warfare truce is in place, but experts say it's likely B eijing is still up to its old...

CMA Awards Open With Serious Tribute – Then Hilarious Trump Parody ‘Before He Tweets’ (Watch)


Against steep odds, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood pulled off an introduction to the CMA Awards that veered from somber and serious tragedy tribute to CMA self-parody to a hilarious Trump parody in a matter of minutes The pair opened by paying tribute to the victims of the spate of mass shootings and natural disasters in recent months, noting that the shooting targeted country music fans and...

Incredible footage shows impact of Fukushima disaster


Documentary filmmakers have entered the eerie abandoned streets of Fukushima six years after the city experienced a devastating nuclear disaster Documentary filmmakers have entered Fukushima six years after the city experienced a terrible nuclear disaster The red zone is guarded by police but Mr Thissen and Mr Frederik managed to enter, filming the inside of supermarkets with shelves full of food...

CMAs Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley Sing About Trump’s Tweets


“Now Brad, I don’t know if you heard about this, but the CMA has given us some ‘guidelines’ with specific topics to avoid,” Underwood told her cohost The pair, who are celebrating their 10th year hosting the award ceremony, are known for addressing current events in their opening monologues Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood speak onstage at the 51st annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on...

Kevin Spacey Cut from Completed Ridley Scott Film, Christopher Plummer to Replace Him


11/8/2017 6:38 PM PST Kevin Spacey 's fall from grace is getting worse -- the actor's been dropped from an already finished Ridley Scott film after the director decided to remove him in the wake of more sexual abuse allegations It's pretty crazy -- Scott's movie, "All the Money in the World," is scheduled for a December 22 release, and the director is reportedly determined to keep that date...

Japanese stocks lead gains in Asia; Japan Display falls 7.9%


Ahead, investors in the region will await the release of Chinese inflation data and keep an eye on President Donald Trump's stop in Beijing Most mining stocks climbed, but a number of energy-related names pared some gains made earlier in the week The lead up The Reserve Bank of New Zealand kept rates unchanged at 175 percent on Thursday as was expected, but its accompanying comments were seen as...

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