The TV Choice awards are soon back to celebrate another year of television. But when is the awards ceremony taking place and how can you vote? Read on to find out. When are the TV Choice Awards 2018 and who's hosting? The 22nd TV Choice Awards will be taking place on Monday 10 September 2018 at The Dorchester in London. Richard Osman, who hosted the ceremony last year, will be hosting again this year. He said: "I'm so excited to be hosting the TV Choice Awards once again, it's going to be another incredible evening. "Last year was such great fun, telling jokes, meeting some amazing celebrities, and unsuccessfully flirting with all the hosts of Loose Women." most read in tv & showbizROYALLY TYPECAST Meet Richard Goulding, The Windsors actor who loves to play Prince Harry ON A MISSION Coronation Street rapist Josh Tucker targets victim David Platt's son Max GOODG-FELLAS Lauren Goodger warned jailbird boyfriend Joey Morrisson will ‘ruin her life’ Leftover ex Meet Cory … [Read more...] about When are the TV Choice Awards 2018? Nominations, date, host and how to vote
Parkland survivor and March For Our Lives organizer David Hogg took hold of the national spotlight with a handful of his peers just a few short weeks ago. He appears to most of us as well-spoken, driven, mature and passionate about changing the world. Hogg, like millions of students across the country, is also a high school senior who applied to colleges last fall. And it surprised many to learn that he didn’t get into all the colleges he applied to. The New York Times reports that Hogg did not receive admission to University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, San Diego; University of California, Santa Barbara; and University of California, Irvine. Representatives from UCSB, UCI, and UCSD would not speak to Mediaite on the record, and UCLA sent Mediaite the following statement about its and the University of California’s admissions policies: “To protect the privacy of all our applicants, UCLA does not comment on individual … [Read more...] about Should All Parkland Survivors Get Into the College Of Their Choice?
Even before director Andy Muschietti‘s It hit theaters and made the kind of money usually reserved for superhero movies, there was talk of a sequel. And how could there not be? The film adapts only half of Stephen King‘s massive 1,200 page novel, eschewing the storyline that follows the grown-up “Losers’ Club” as they reassemble 27 years later to finish Pennywise (or rather, It) off once and for all. So that means the sequel has a tough act to follow when it comes to casting. The kid actors in It are wonderful and their chemistry feels real and they power the beautiful coming-of-age story that wins your heart between the scares. Casting their adult counterparts and doing justice to these original performances is going to be tricky. And that’s why we’re here to help. Jacob Hall, Ben Pearson, and Ethan Anderton teamed up brainstorm who they’d cast as the grown-up Losers in It: Chapter 2. We only had one real rule: the casting had to be … [Read more...] about Our Choices for the It Sequel Cast
With one season for reference, the contestants on The Voice are showing that they’ve learned some big lessons on how to handle the show’s coaches. They’re grilling them and making choices that cross genres much more than last year. And more power to them. The blind auditions may be their most powerful moment of the season. PHOTOS: 'The Voice' Season 2 First Look -- Notable Quotables From the Show's Coaches Monday’s auditions gave us a mix of very strong singers, a couple who suffered from nerves, and a few artists who made some bold song choices. Here are my 10 most memorable moments Monday’s blind auditions. 1. The coaches open with a Prince Medley. Do I even need to explain why a Prince medley by itself is just hot? No, I don’t think so. But, what made the performance sizzle even more? The wardrobe choices, silly. I mean Cee Lo Green’s sequined pajamas? Christina Aguilera’s spiked hat that made her look like a vocal-saurus? And Adam … [Read more...] about ‘The Voice’: Adam Levine Gets His Groove On, Plus 9 More Memorable Moments (Video)
If you’re thinking that what the world needs now is another awards show, then perhaps you’re a member of the newly formed Broadcast Television Journalists Association, which whipped itself together recently and decided to hold an awards show this month to get a jump on a slightly bigger gathering called the Emmys. The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) is an off-shoot of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and centers mostly on “those who regularly cover television for TV viewers,” meaning these are people you see on TV fawning over – or maybe that’s called covering – people who are on television series. People covering television shows on television don’t seem to do much serious criticism, but the group did decide to add some people who cover television online and, in a nice coup, also got respected critic Matt Roush from TV Guide Magazine. The new group’s nominees, announced today, show some progressively … [Read more...] about Critics’ Choice Television Awards: Yet Another Awards Show Arrives to Fete TV