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    Former "Today" show anchor Katie Couric ripped one-time rival Diane Sawyer in her new tell-all book, admitting that she "loved" getting under her skin as the two battled to be the top star in morning TV news.  According to The New York Post, who obtained a copy of the "Going There" memoir ahead of its Oct. 26 release date, Couric described how the competition between the two was getting out of control, and that she at one point declared of the former "Good Morning America" anchor, "That woman must be stopped." The book describes how Couric and Sawyer battled over exclusive interviews. In one instance, Couric beat out Sawyer for an interview with two teens who had been abducted because her team pointed out that she was a widowed mother of two girls, while Sawyer was a stepmother.  (Reuters) Couric also described how Sawyer's infamous interview with the late celebrity singer Whitney Houston was almost exploitative, according to The Post, and that she used Houston's personal troubles to get good sound bites.  FROM KATIE COURIC TO JON STEWART, A...
    ADDISON Rae, who blew up as a TikTok star, is set to star in a reboot of She's All That, which will land on Netflix on August 27. Rae and her co-star Tanner Buchanan sparked dating rumors after they recently shared a spicy kiss, but the two are reportedly just friends. 3TikTok star Addison Rae will star in the Netflix film He's All ThatCredit: Netflix What is He's All That? He's All That, which is in pre-production, is a reboot of the teen flick She's All That, which starred Rachael Leigh Cook and Freddie Prinze Jr. The TikTok star plays a female version of Prinze's character as she tries to give a male classmate a makeover. It is a gender swap of the 1999 film that saw Cook's character get a makeover from Prinze's jock and his sister. "I’m so excited to finally share the news that i am getting the opportunity to make my acting debut in HE’S ALL THAT which is a remake of one of my all time favorite movies, SHE’S ALL THAT," Rae wrote...
    BRITNEY Spears fan ripped into Diane Sawyer for her 2003 interview that left the singer in tears after it resurfaced in a new documentary. People have been left stunned as they take a stroll down memory lane in the entertainer's chaotic life thanks to the doc Framing Britney Spears. 11Britney Spears fans have been left fueling thanks to her new documentaryCredit: Getty Images While many moments from the documentary have left viewers shocked and angry, it's a look back at the now infamous Primetime interview that has truly ruffled their feathers. At the time, the one-on-one chat touched on many different aspects of Britney's life and career, including her failed relationship with Justin Timberlake. Diane said: "[Justin] has gone on television, and pretty much said you broke his heart. You did something that caused him so much pain, so much suffering...what did you do?" The interview, which also includes the entertainer breaking down in tears, made a stunning 180, however, when the journalist told Britney she had "disappointed a lot of mothers in this country." 11Framing Britney Spears takes a...
    Based on this cast, it doesn’t look like there’s going to be some sort of dork outreach program. Kourtney Kardashian revealed that she’s joined the cast of “He’s All That,” a remake of the beloved 1999 film “She’s All That” starring TikTok personality Addison Rae. Posting a photo of herself reading a script, 41-year-old Kardashian wrote, “studying @hesallthatmovie.” “Work partner,” Rae, 20, wrote of the photo, which she re-shared on her Instagram Story. The official Instagram account for the movie revealed Kardashian’s character’s name as Jessica Miles Torres. It’s unclear what relationship she’ll have to the two main characters, Padgett Sawyer (Rae) and Cameron Kweller (“Cobra Kai” actor Tanner Buchanan). In a switch from the classic, Sawyer is inspired by the original movie’s all-star Zack Siler (Freddie Prinze Jr.), while Kweller will star as the nerdy outcast who gets a makeover from Sawyer. Addison Rae and Kourtney KardashianInstagram “He’s All That” will be Kardashian’s first major media project since the ending of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Filming of “He’s All That” already hit a snag — and a controversy —...
    More On: kourtney kardashian Watch the Kardashians’ chilling effect on celebrities The Kardashian-Jenner faces before and after The Kardashians’ biggest missteps of 2020 Larsa Pippen claims Kanye West ‘brainwashed’ Kardashians against her Based on this cast, it doesn’t look like there’s going to be some sort of dork outreach program. Kourtney Kardashian revealed that she’s joined the cast of “He’s All That,” a remake of the beloved 1999 film “She’s All That” starring TikTok personality Addison Rae. Posting a photo of herself reading a script, 41-year-old Kardashian wrote, “studying @hesallthatmovie.” “Work partner,” Rae, 20, wrote of the photo, which she re-shared on her Instagram Story. The official Instagram account for the movie revealed Kardashian’s character’s name as Jessica Miles Torres. It’s unclear what relationship she’ll have to the two main characters, Padgett Sawyer (Rae) and Cameron Kweller (“Cobra Kai” actor Tanner Buchanan). In a switch from the classic, Sawyer is inspired by the original movie’s all-star Zack Siler (Freddie Prinze Jr.), while Kweller will star as the nerdy outcast who gets a makeover from Sawyer. “He’s All That” will be...
    Devoid of the mockery that greeted its subjects upon their mass suicide in March 1997 (the largest ever committed on U.S. soil), Heaven’s Gate: The Cult of Cults takes a comprehensive look at the infamous millenarian outfit in order to understand how they came to be, how they came to their fatal end—namely, with numerous adherents castrated and everyone overdosing on phenobarbital and vodka—and, more fundamentally, how such groups operate, both in terms of attracting and indoctrinating devotees. Director Clay Tweel’s four-part HBO Max docuseries (premiering Dec. 3) is thus the fascinating story of a truly out-there collective that sought salvation at the tail of the Hale-Bopp comet, as well as an incisive examination of cult dynamics. Although no matter the seriousness of its analysis, this non-fiction effort can’t fully change the fact that—courtesy of its own philosophy and behavior—Heaven’s Gate ultimately earned whatever ridicule and condemnation it received. The infamous cult was founded by music teacher Marshall Herff Applewhite and nurse Bonnie Nettles, who met in 1972 when the former was treated by the latter at a hospital (for...
    Caitlyn Jenner has opened up on how a small gesture by pop superstar Lady Gaga helped her cope with the stress and trauma of publicly admitting her transition. Jenner says that she was terrified at how the world would react when she appeared on an ABC News special with Diane Sawyer to reveal that she was transgender in April 2015. And in a new interview the former Olympic decathlon gold medalist opened up on how coming out and going through a transition was not an easy process, but riddled with doubts. Reality star Jenner, speaking to a new show called Hollywood Disclosure with Serena DC, also denied claims that her family were divided at the time. In a new interview, the former Olympic decathlon gold medalist opened up on how coming out and going through a transition was not an easy process Jenner says Lady Gaga was first to express support for her publicly and that small gesture helped her cope with the stress and trauma  In preview footage of the show obtained exclusively by DailyMailTV the 70-year-old...
    CHICAGO — An ordinance that called for Chicago Public Schools to cut ties with the Chicago Police Department was dismissed to legislative purgatory by a mayoral ally and former police sergeant-turned-alderman Wednesday. The ordinance, introduced by Ald. Roderick Sawyer (6th) with the support of 13 fellow alderman, called on CPS to sever its $33 million contract with the Police Department. The proposal came after cities across the country vowed to remove police from schools in the wake of protests over police brutality. “… Our students are being criminalized for being students at CPS, and that’s not right,” Sawyer said when announcing the proposed ordinance Tuesday morning. “We want to make sure that our children have every opportunity to learn and grow from children to young adults. And police officers in school are not the answer.” During Wednesday’s City Council meeting, Sawyer asked that the Committee on Public Safety consider the ordinance and move it forward, but committee chairman, former CPD sergeant Ald. Chris Taliaferro (29th), requested the ordinance be sent to the Committee on Education and Child Development instead. ...
    Yet another example of years-old, offensive tweets causing someone to lose their job. Actor Hartley Sawyer played Ralph Dibny for three seasons on “The Flash,” but because of tweets he published years before joining the cast, he has now been fired. Actress and author Skai Jackson called attention to Sawyer’s old tweets on June 5. Sawyer made comments about suicide (“The saddest part about someone committing suicide is that they will never listen to David Bowie again”), date rape (“Date rape myself so I don’t have to masturbate”), racism (“The only thing stopping me from doing mildly racist tweets is the knowledge that Al Sharpton would never stop complaining about me”) as well as several tweets referencing women’s breasts, including one in which he said, “As a lad, one of my favorite activities was kidnapping homeless women and cutting off their breasts.” The tweets caught the attention of the people behind “The Flash,” who released a statement condemning Sawyer and announcing that he had been fired. The CW, Warner Bros. TV and Berlanti Productions, and “The Flash” executive producer Eric...
    (CNN)Resurfaced old tweets allegedly posted by actor Hartley Sawyer prior to joining The CW series "The Flash" have resulted in him being fired."Hartley Sawyer will not be returning for season seven of The Flash," said a statement from The CW, producers Warner Bros. TV and Berlanti Productions and executive producer Eric Wallace released on Monday read. "In regards to Mr. Sawyer's posts on social media, we do not tolerate derogatory remarks that target any race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation. Such remarks are antithetical to our values and policies, which strive and evolve to promote a safe, inclusive and productive environment for our workforce."Sawyer, 35, has not commented about his termination.Warner Bros. TV is owned by CNN's parent company.Last week actress Skai Jackson tweeted screen grabs of several of the Sawyer's purported tweets, writing "Hartley Sawyer, you have been exposed..."Read MoreHartley Sawyer, you have been exposed... pic.twitter.com/ig5VBXoZmK— Skai Jackson (@skaijackson) June 5, 2020 One shows a tweet from 2012 which read, "The only thing keeping me from doing mildly racist tweets is the knowledge that Al Sharpton would...
    “The Flash” frontman Grant Gustin was “shocked, saddened and angry” when he learned about the slew of offensive tweets that led to co-star Hartley Sawyer’s firing ahead of Season 7. Sharing showrunner Eric Wallace’s full statement on Instagram Gustin commented, “I don’t have much to add because Eric’s thoughts are stated so eloquently and powerfully. I will say I was shocked, saddened and angry when I saw the tweets. Words matter.” Sawyer deactivated his Twitter account in late May, but his litany of offensive missives from before he joined the CW hit included (and were by no means limited to): “all women should be in sex farms” (from May 2011), “If I had a wife I would beat the hell out of her tonight lol” (February 2012), “The only thing stopping me from doing mildly racist tweets is the knowledge that Al Sharpton would never stop complaining about me” (June 2012), “Out at dinner and just exposed myself as a racist, AGAIN” (November 2014), and homophobic slurs. A statement from The CW, producers Warner Bros. TV and Berlanti Productions, and...
    Hartley Sawyer, an actor on the popular CW superhero series “The Flash,” has been fired after a slew of tweets, showing references to racist rhetoric and misogynistic statements, were unearthed on Twitter over the weekend. “Hartley Sawyer will not be returning for Season 7 of The Flash,” The CW, producers Warner Bros. TV and Berlanti Productions, and executive producer Eric Wallace said in a statement to Fox News on Monday. “In regards to Mr. Sawyer’s posts on social media, we do not tolerate derogatory remarks that target any race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation. “Such remarks are antithetical to our values and polices, which strive and evolve to promote a safe, inclusive and productive environment for our workforce,” the statement concludes. RYAN GUZMAN SLAMMED FOR SAYING HE USES RACIAL 'SLURS ALL THE TIME,’ HIS ‘9-1-1’ CO-STARS REACT: ‘NO EXCUSE’ Hartley Sawyer attends the Premiere Of Warner Bros. Pictures And Legendary Pictures' 'Godzilla: King Of The Monsters' at TCL Chinese Theatre on May 18, 2019, in Hollywood, Calif.  (Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic via Getty Images) In a bevy of tweets --...
    Hartley Sawyer, who portrayed Ralph Dibny (and the superhero Elongated Man) on The Flash for the past three seasons, has been fired after multiple racist and sexist tweets resurfaced online. “Hartley Sawyer will not be returning for season seven of The Flash,” a joint statement from executive producer Eric Wallace, The CW, Warner Bros. TV, and Berlanti Productions read. “In regards to Mr. Sawyer’s posts on social media, we do not tolerate derogatory remarks that target any race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation. Such remarks are antithetical to our values and polices [sic], which strive and evolve to promote a safe, inclusive and productive environment for our workforce.” The tweets, which were posted between 2011 and 2014 (and several years before he worked on The Flash), resurfaced online over the past couple of weeks. Shortly after Sawyer tweeted in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and called out his own white privilege; he also shared a screenshot of his tweet on Instagram. Hours later, a Twitter thread shared several tweets posted by Sawyer that includes sexist, racist,...
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