Frasier reboot renewed for another season – Entertainment News

Frasier reboot renewed for another season – Entertainment News

BANG Showbiz – Feb 23, 2024 / 11:00 am | Story: 473794

Jennifer Lopez says her wedding dress was “so heavy”.

The ‘This Is Me… Now: A Love Story’ star, 54, opened up about the secrets behind the nuptials she shared with her husband Ben Affleck, 51, in 2022, while discussing her iconic looks over the past two decades in a new video chat with Vogue.

The clip shows J Lo flipping to a photo of herself posing in her wedding dress, which was a version of Ralph Lauren’s turtleneck column gown that featured 1,000 handkerchiefs sewn together to create a huge ruffle skirt.

She said: “This is Ralph Lauren. This is my wedding day.

“We got married down in Savannah, and I wanted it to be traditionally Latin, but also be kind of Southern Belle-ish at times.”

J Lo added she thought she had accomplished a “mix” of the styles she wanted, but added about the difficulty of wearing her vision in reality: “It had a long train that was so hard to walk in. It was so heavy.”

The singer also told how the designer made her three dresses for the wedding – a ceremony dress, a reception dress and a dress for her to perform in at the reception.

She said: “They were all very classic, but very different and beautiful.”

Jennifer and Ben got hitched at their home in Riceboro, Georgia, on the Hampton Island preserve outside of Savannah, following a week of celebrations with family and friends.

It also came a month after the couple exchanged vows in an intimate Las Vegas wedding, with J Lo saying she had worn a “dress from an old movie” for that event – sparking speculation from fans it was the same one she wore in 2004’s ‘Jersey Girl’ film.

But Jennifer recently told Variety about the rumour: “No, that’s not true. I wish it was. I wish I did have that dress. I don’t have that dress. No, this was a different dress that I had.”

John Carucci, The Associated Press – Feb 23, 2024 / 7:45 am | Story: 473768

Sir Rod Stewart will not be slowed.

At 79, he continues full-throttle with a busy year. Highlights in 2024 include his 200th show at his Las Vegas residency, an ongoing world tour and a new swing album.

“Swing Fever” is a collaboration with Jools Holland and the talk show host-musician’s Rhythm & Blues Orchestra and tackles some timeless tunes from the Big Band era, like “Pennies From Heaven,” “Lullaby of Broadway” and “Sentimental Journey.”

No stranger to the American songbook, Stewart had one request for Holland: “I’m not going to do any slow songs,” Stewart said. “I want all upbeat happy song, which we need in these grim times that we live in.”

Stewart expressed gratitude singing songs crafted at a time when a songwriter was a specific job, before bands wrote their own.

Holland, who began his career with the 1980s band, Squeeze, joked on how the paradigm shifted.

“I think the Beatles were to blame. I think everybody thought they could write songs after that. So bands always kept doing it,” Holland said.

Stewart, who has written his share of hits, was happy to concentrate on crooning.

Stewart was recently in New York, and before heading off to a downtown pub to watch his beloved Celtic soccer team take on rivals Hibernian, he took some time to chat with The Associated Press about making music, maintaining his health and whether there’s retirement in his future.

AP: What was the appeal of going back to these tunes?

STEWART: They make you tap your feet. They make you smile. Both of us (Holland) were brought up on this music. I did “The Great American Songbook,” so for me this was a natural progression. And one thing I said to Jools was, I’m not going to do any slow songs, I want all upbeat, happy (claps his hands) which we need in these grim times that we live in.

AP: What was it like doing this record?

STEWART: I love the whole process of doing live shows. I love recording. I loved when we put this album together. It was such a joy. We didn’t have any arguments or fights or anything like that. It was pure pleasure and I think that comes across when you listen to it. The whole thing was recorded live in Jools’ studio, which is not a big studio. We had 18 people crammed in there, so all the solos were played live.

AP: Was it freeing to perform songs from an era where songwriters were a separate entity?

STEWART: I’ve always found songwriting a bit of an agony, really. It’s like going back to school. In fact, when I was in the Faces, they used to lock me in a hotel room with a bottle of wine and say, “You’re not coming out ’till it’s finished.” Because I was notorious. I wanted to go out and enjoy myself alone. I didn’t want to sit in a room and write lyrics and it’s always been a bit of like pulling teeth for me. The joy of this album, obviously, is I didn’t write any of the songs, I had a burning ambition to sing them and I picked the right guy.

AP: Over the years, you’ve garnered a large female audience, when did you realize that was happening?

STEWART: Probably right after “Maggie May,” I think. No, with the Faces, without a doubt because it was a good-looking-band, the Faces. I didn’t think any of us were good looking, quite honestly. I still don’t. But we did have some magical appeal to women. It was great fun. You should have been there. (Laughs)

AP: Did your health scare a few years back change anything?

STEWART: It’s all part of getting older. My thoughts at the moment are with our king who’s got some sort of cancer. But I’ve made a promise to myself since I was really young. I’ve always played soccer, and I still do. I play with my kids as well. I keep myself really fit. I work out a bit. I’m mad about nutrition, watching my weight and everything. So I do work at it, and I think that helps a lot. And do your due diligence. You know, men are notorious for not wanting to go to the doctors. You should.

AP: That sounds pragmatic. Do you have any worries about staying healthy?

STEWART: I’m not obsessed by it. I mean, none of us want to pass on. You do think about that as you get older, but not in a morbid way. I’m not frightened of dying, but I’m just enjoying myself so much. I feel absolutely privileged to be doing what I’m doing.

AP: There was talk a few years ago about a country record. Any truth to that?

STEWART: I plan on doing it. We actually started it. We started making a country album. And I went off and made another solo album, but yeah, it’s in the pipeline. The record company would like me to do it. They don’t push me to do it. You know, there will come a time.

AP: What is it about that music?

STEWART: Once again. it’s what I grew up with. You know, not so much country music, but folk music. You know, the likes of Woody Guthrie and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and Bob Dylan. Of course, I loved all that stuff. That’s all. That’s why I learned how to play guitar, because I wanted to sing the songs.

AP: Is there an end in sight, do you see a point where you would retire?

STEWART: Not really. I suppose, I mean it wouldn’t be for me to judge, but I imagine if people stop buying tickets for concerts and don’t buy records anymore maybe that’s a sign. I don’t know. The word retirement is not in my vocabulary at the moment because I’m enjoying myself.

BANG Showbiz – Feb 23, 2024 / 6:11 am | Story: 473759

Taylor Swift’s concert in Sydney, Australia on Friday night (23.02.24) was evacuated due to safety fears following a series of lightning strikes.

The pop star’s gig at the Accor Stadium was dealt a major blow as bad weather hit and fans were forced to leave the lower levels of the Accor Stadium with bosses urging gig-goers to seek shelter as the storm brought heavy rain, wind and lightning.

A post on the X account for Taylor’s ‘The Eras’ tour stated: “The floor and lower bowl are currently being evacuated due to lightning strikes nearby the stadium at today’s show of Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’ in Sydney, Australia. Please stay safe and seek shelter for now #SydneyTSTheErasTour.”

An update later confirmed staff were busy trying to get the arena ready for fans to return, adding: “Accor Stadium Staff are currently resetting the floor and preparing the seats again at tonight’s show. Everyone is still required to stay sheltered until further notice.”

Venue bosses later confirmed fans would be allowed to return to their places and the gig would go ahead as planned, but the delay meant Taylor’s opening act Sabrina Carpenter would not be able to perform.

A message posted on the tour’s X account added: “Sabrina Carpenter will unfortunately not be opening up for Night 1 of Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’ in Sydney, Australia due to the weather delay.”

However, a subsequent message suggested the pop superstar might consider giving Sabrina a turn on stage during the main show, adding: “Imagine if Taylor brings out Sabrina for surprise songs.”

Taylor is due to play three more shows at the Sydney stadium over the weekend with Sabrina as her support act.

She is then scheduled to take the tour to Singapore next month for six shows at the National Stadium before heading to Europe for dates in France, Sweden, Portugal, Spain and the UK.

BANG Showbiz – Feb 23, 2024 / 6:10 am | Story: 473760

James Bond’s Miss Moneypenny Pamela Salem has died.

The actress – who appeared in ‘Never Say Never Again’ opposite Sir Sean Connery – passed away in her adopted home of Florida on Thursday (22.02.24) at the age of 80, but no more details about her death have been revealed.

The sad news was confirmed in a statement from production firm Big Finish which read: “We are utterly heartbroken to confirm the passing of our dear friend and colleague, Pamela Salem.”

Big Finish producer David Richardson added a heartfelt tribute on the company’s website, writing: “Pamela Salem was lovely, and we all loved her. “Whenever there was a Big Finish recording for her, she’d fly in from Miami on her own steam, without fuss or fanfare.

“She would appear at the studio armed with the warmest smiles, the biggest hugs and often presents.She was a very gentle person – always interested in everyone, from her co-stars to the production team to the guest actors and visitors …

“She knew all about our lives and families and life stories … Pamela had an extraordinary career and carried it lightly. Every opportunity to work with her was a gift.

“We had many happy days together and I feel very lucky to have had her in my life.”

Pamela was born in India and studied at the Heidelberg University in Germany before attending the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.

Her acting career started in the 1970s in TV shows such as ‘Out Of The Unknown’ before landing a part in 1978 movie ‘The First Great Train Robbery’ which teamed her with Connery, who she would later act alongside in Bond film ‘Never Say Never Again’ in 1983.

Throughout the 1980s she appeared in films such as ‘Salome’ and ‘Gods and Monsters’ while she also acted in TV shows ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘Blake’s 7’ before landing a part in BBC soap ‘EastEnders’ in 1988, playing Joanne in 37 episodes.

Pamela later focused her career in the US, winning roles in shows such as ‘ER’, ‘Party of Five’ and ‘The West Wing’.

She was married to actor Michael O’Hagan, who died in 2017, and lived in Surfside, Florida.

BANG Showbiz – Feb 23, 2024 / 6:08 am | Story: 473758

Country music icon Dolly Parton has given Beyoncé her seal of approval after she dropped two tracks from her upcoming country album.

The 42-year-old superstar became the first Black woman to top Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart with ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ after it debuted at No.1 on the US chart, and the other track ’16 Carriages’ has also racked up some impressive streams.

They will feature on ‘Renaissance Act II’ – the second part of her planned ‘Renaissance’ trilogy – which will land on March 29.

There has been a big debate surrounding the former Destiny’s Child star’s foray into country, but the Queen of Country has spoken.

Dolly, 78, shared on social media: “I’m a big fan of Beyoncé and very excited that she’s done a country album.

“So congratulations on your Billboard Hot Country number one single. Can’t wait to hear the full album!”

Country stars Lainey Wilson and Maren Morris have both praised the tracks, with the former declaring “country music has become cool again”.

On the other end, outspoken ‘212’ hitmaker Azealia Banks, went as far as accusing Beyoncé’s husband, music mogul Jay-Z, of “bullying” her into doing country music.

The 32-year-old rapper began a rant on her Instagram Stories post: “I love you down, but them R’n’B runs over the Leslie feist back beats is giving Pickmesha.

“Nothing country about it. You’re setting yourself up to be ridiculed again. There’s a theatrical element to country music. Them [country] critics are not just going to accept an ugly blond wig and bullying from Jay-Z. It’s giving big-time musical grift. (sic)”

Referring to country star K. Michelle (aka Puddin), 41, she continued: “Yes, Black girls can make country music, but you’re just really not hitting the button.

“K. Michelle, this is your turn to really execute. It’s no shade, but K. Michelle truly understands the assignment.”

Turns out, Michelle – whose real name is Kimberly Michelle Pate – is fully behind Beyoncé’s foray into country.

She posted to X (formerly Twitter): “Y’all been mentioning me all night.

“I’m just happy to be spoken about in my genre. I love Bey and will be supporting her like I always do.”

BANG Showbiz – Feb 23, 2024 / 6:06 am | Story: 473757

Jennifer Lopez took her twins Max and Emme to Japan for a special holiday to celebrate their 16th birthdays.

The pop superstar’s kids – from her marriage to singer Marc Anthony – reached the milestone on Thursday (22.02.24) and she celebrated by whisking them off on a trip to Tokyo which she documented on Instagram.

Jennifer, 54, shared a video which she captioned: “Birthday trip 2024” showing the trio at the airport and then taking in the sights of Tokyo.

Emme was seen cuddling micropigs in the Mipig Cafe while the family also took part in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.

Other highlights included an outing to the Tokyo art museum and a sushi dinner with silver 16th birthday balloons and a cake for the twins.

The clip finished with the message: “Happy Birthday to my coconuts I love you.”

Jennifer previously opened up about the impact her fame has on her children, admitting it’s been difficult for the teens and she feels a lot of “guilt”.

She told Audacy: “Being the child of famous parents is really not something that many people can understand, and I feel for them for that because they didn’t choose that …

“Being judged by people that you don’t even know in a way is, I think, really difficult for them to kind of grow up and be themselves. It’s just like they know that there’s a lens on them, and that’s hard.

“Probably not very relatable thing to say, ’cause a lot of people don’t understand it. They’re like: ‘Okay, so you’re famous and your kids are blah, blah, blah,’ right?’

“But it is, it’s hard for them I think. I did that to them. And so that, you know, again, like, we have this guilt as moms, it’s like what we do and what we brought into their lives.”

BANG Showbiz – Feb 23, 2024 / 6:04 am | Story: 473756

Cate Blanchett fulfilled her ambition of playing a nun in ‘The New Boy’.

The 54-year-old star features in the new period drama about an Aboriginal orphan boy who begins to question his faith and heritage after being brought into a Christian monastery and hopes she gets the opportunity to wear a habit on screen again.

Speaking on ‘The Graham Norton Show’, Cate said: “I am fascinated by the clash of indigenous spirituality and the industrial complex that is Catholicism. I always wanted to play a nun, and this is my first one. I hope it’s not my last.”

Filming on the picture took place in South Australia and Cate felt that the picturesque scenery enhanced the movie.

The ‘Don’t Look Up’ star said: “It is incredible. The landscape is a real character, it’s extraordinary. We were in the middle of nowhere and I love how benign the landscape looked, that you can walk into long grass and not think about anything.

“In reality, the fear of walking into a wheat field and stepping on a Brown snake is huge, yet you have to run with spiritual joy. Now that is acting!”

Cate served as a producer on ‘The New Boy’ and previously explained that she is “always trying to get out of acting” despite her success in the profession.

She said at the Cannes Film Festival last year: “I’m always trying to get out of acting. I’ve been trying to stop acting my entire professional life.”

Blanchett also recalled how she was advised to stop taking small roles in the early part of her acting career, even though she was keen to avoid playing lead parts.

She said: “I remember an Australian film director saying to me really early on in my career that I had to stop taking small roles.

“And I said, ‘Why?’ I said, ‘That was the most interesting role.’ I didn’t want to play the lead. I want that one.”

 

BANG Showbiz – | Story: 473699

The ‘Frasier’ reboot has been renewed for a second season.

Kelsey Grammer reprised the role of Dr. Frasier Crane for the reboot in 2023, and Paramount has now renewed the show for another season.

Jeff Grossman, the executive vice president of programming at Paramount, said in a statement: “Kelsey made a triumphant return as one of the most iconic and beloved characters on television.

“The new series introduced ‘Frasier’ to a whole new generation while reminding fans of Kelsey’s truly timeless portrayal of Dr. Crane. We’re so excited to see what the creative team and superb cast serve up for season season.”

Kelsey, 69, has also welcomed the news.

The veteran actor – who first played Dr. Frasier Crane in ‘Cheers’, the iconic NBC sitcom – said: “‘Frasier’ is a love story, and I am very happy we will be allowed to continue it.

“I’m delighted that our partners at CBS Studios and Paramount are on board for another season, and I can’t wait for the fans to see what we have in store!”

In October, Kelsey acknowledged that Fraiser had evolved as a character since his last on-screen appearance.

He told ‘Entertainment Tonight’ at the time: “He is not the same guy anymore. He is a little wiser, he may actually even be a little funnier, willing to laugh at himself. A little more self-aware, and he has a new mission in life.”

Kelsey also promised that the reboot would feature some surprises.

The actor – who starred in the reboot alongside the likes of Jack Cutmore-Scott, Toks Olagundoye and Nicholas Lyndhurst – said: “The audience really loved the previous collection of characters, and I can’t wait for them to fall in love with this bunch. They’re going to see some wonderful things. Things they did not expect.”

BANG Showbiz – Feb 22, 2024 / 5:53 pm | Story: 473698

Nigel Lythgoe has been accused of sexual assault in another lawsuit.

The ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ creator was sued by Paula Abdul in December over two separate incidents of alleged sexual assault, which was followed by two unnamed reality show contestants alleging that he made unwanted sexual advances and groped them inside his Los Angeles home in 2003, and now the 74-year-old producer has been accused of forcibly touching a woman in 2016.

According to a suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court last weekend and obtained by the Hollywood Reporter, Lythgoe met the producer at a Beverly Hills hotel and he “insisted” on driving her home, before allegedly assaulting her in his car over the course of at least 10 minutes.

The suite alleged: “Plaintiff tried to push Lythgoe away from her and instruct Lythgoe’s driver how to return to her house, but Lythgoe continued to grab at Plaintiff, fondle her breasts, and kiss her.

“Lythgoe even shoved his hand up Plaintiff’s skirt and penetrated her genitalia.”

The alleged victim claimed the producer eventually relented once his driver arrived at her apartment after taking an unexpecedly long route.

The woman is suing for sexual battery, gender violence and intentional infliction of emotional distress and claims she has continued to suffer severe mental anguish due to the incident. She is seeking an unspecified amount in damages.

A lawyer for the plaintiff, Melissa Eubanks – who is also representing Paula – said in a statement: “It is troubling to hear of yet another alleged incident of a woman being taken advantage of and abused by a prominent public figure.”

Paula has alleged that Nigel assaulted her in the early 2000s, during an early season of ‘American Idol’ and again during her tenure on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, and is suing for sexual assault/battery, sexual harassment, gender violence and negligence.

She also alleged he sexually assaulted her assistant, too and was “the target of constant taunts, bullying, humiliation and harassment”.

Shortly after her suit was made public, multiple news outlets also obtained another legal filing, in which two anonymous women claimed they were sexually assaulted on short-lived competition series ‘All American Girl’ in 2003.

In the wake of the allegations, Lythgoe stepped down as a judge on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’.

He said in a statement: “I have informed the producers of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ of my decision to step back from participating in this year’s series.

“I did so with a heavy heart but entirely voluntarily because this great programme has always been about dance and dancers, and that’s where its focus needs to remain. In the meantime, I am dedicating myself to clearing my name and restoring my reputation.”

BANG Showbiz – Feb 22, 2024 / 1:18 pm | Story: 473639

Sheryl Crow fears the ever-increasing influence of AI technology in the music industry.

The 62-year-old singer is preparing to release her new album, ‘Evolution’, in March, after previously suggesting that she wouldn’t make another record – but Sheryl was spurred into action by the rise of AI technology.

The award-winning star – who has two adopted sons called Wyatt and Levi – told the Guardian newspaper: “I’m raising two teenage boys who ask a lot of hard questions, and after we started talking about AI I found myself writing a lot in the mornings after they go to school. I wound up with seven songs that were halfway between a diary and venting.

“I called my producer friend Mike Elizondo and said, ‘I have these songs. I don’t want to produce myself. Can I send them?’ He was blown away and excited, so we wrote two more and then we had an album.”

Sheryl suggested that her new album is a direct response to AI technology.

The ‘Strong Enough’ hitmaker actually described AI-influenced music as an “assault on [her] spirit”.

Reflecting on her new record, Sheryl said: “It’s my response to what’s happening in my country, in my little world, and I guess in humanity at large.

“In Mike’s studio this young songwriter said she couldn’t get any traction from male singers unless she had a guy singing on the demo, so she paid $5 to have John Mayer’s voice singing on it, using AI. When she played it for us I almost started crying. It was so real, it felt like an assault on my spirit. We have to protect ourselves.”

BANG Showbiz – Feb 22, 2024 / 1:18 pm | Story: 473638

Wendy Williams has been diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia.

The 59-year-old TV star was diagnosed with the conditions last year, and according to her care team, the issues have “already presented significant hurdles in Wendy’s life”.

Her care team said in a statement: “Over the past few years, questions have been raised at times about Wendy’s ability to process information and many have speculated about Wendy’s condition, particularly when she began to lose words, act erratically at times, and have difficulty understanding financial transactions.

“In 2023, after undergoing a battery of medical tests, Wendy was officially diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Aphasia, a condition affecting language and communication abilities, and frontotemporal dementia, a progressive disorder impacting behaviour and cognitive functions, have already presented significant hurdles in Wendy’s life.

“Wendy would not have received confirmation of these diagnoses were it not for the diligence of her current care team, who she chose, and the extraordinary work of the specialists at Weill Cornell Medicine. Receiving a diagnosis has enabled Wendy to receive the medical care she requires.”

The TV star has battled a number of health issues over recent years, including Graves’ disease and lymphedema.

However, Wendy — who hosted ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ between 2008 and 2021 — hopes to “raise awareness about aphasia and frontotemporal dementia” by sharing the news with the public.

The statement added: “Unfortunately, many individuals diagnosed with aphasia and frontotemporal dementia face stigma and misunderstanding, particularly when they begin to exhibit behavioral changes but have not yet received a diagnosis.

“There is hope that with early detection and far more empathy, the stigma associated with dementia will be eliminated, and those affected will receive the understanding, support, and care they deserve and need.

“Wendy is still able to do many things for herself. Most importantly she maintains her trademark sense of humor and is receiving the care she requires to make sure she is protected and that her needs are addressed. She is appreciative of the many kind thoughts and good wishes being sent her way.”

BANG Showbiz – Feb 22, 2024 / 5:57 am | Story: 473567

Tate McRae is the final performer confirmed to play The BRIT Awards 2024 with Mastercard.

The 20-year-old viral sensation is nominated for International Song of the Year for her global hit ‘greedy’.

It will mark the Canadian star’s first time at the star-studded bash at London’s The O2 arena on March 2.

She said: “I’m so excited to be returning to London for my first BRIT Awards! It is the biggest honour to be performing on the iconic BRITs stage. It’s going to be an unforgettable night!”

The lineup also includes Dua Lipa, Raye, Kylie Minogue, Jungle and Rema.

Plus, collaborative performances by Becky Hill and Chase and Status, and Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding.

The former are set to bring a “celebration of drum and bass” to the ceremony.

The ‘Disconnect’ hitmaker and the drum and bass duo – comprising Saul Milton (Chase) and Will Kennard (Status) – are nominated for Best Dance Act and Group of the Year, respectively.

Becky is no stranger to the bash, having previously performed at The BRITs in 2023 alongside David Guetta.

She said: “I can’t wait to perform again on the BRITs and it’s been difficult trying to top flying from the ceiling of the O2 last year, but I’m excited about what we have planned for this year’s performance. I’ve been a fan of Chase and Status my whole life, so to have them on stage performing with me is going to be really special. It’s a real celebration of drum and bass – my favourite genre of music!”

Chase and Status added: “For us as producers and artists, being nominated for a BRIT is a special thing. It is a representation of where British music is at, at the highest level, so to be in that category is an honour. Also to be performing with Becky, a fellow BRIT nominee, is pretty special too.”

Nominations were announced last month, and include Arlo Parks, Blur, Calvin Harris, Central Cee, Dave, Dua Lipa, Fred again.., Jessie Ware, J Hus, Little Simz, Olivia Dean, Mahalia, PinkPantheress, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo, RAYE, The Rolling Stones, SZA, Taylor Swift, and Young Fathers.

The BRIT Awards 2024 with Mastercard will be broadcast exclusively from 8.30pm on March 2 on ITV1, STV, ITVX and STV Player.

The main event will be hosted by Clara Amfo, Maya Jama and Roman Kemp. Yinka Bokinni and Jack Saunders will be presenting The BRITs’ Red Carpet for ITV2 and The BRITs’ Aftershow for ITVX.

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