In recent months, Osbourne had been rumored to be involved in an extramarital relationship with hair stylist Michelle Pugh; People writes that the affair lasted four years. In May, Ozzy Osbourne moved out of the family’s marital home, signaling an end to his and Sharon’s 34-year-old marriage. … [Read more...] about Ozzy Osbourne Enters ‘Intense Therapy’ for Sex Addiction
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For the first episode, John also celebrated 15 years of The Office with co-star Steve Carell through a video call in the interview section of the episode. The episode shows A colourful logo of SGN in the background with John revealed was designed by his daughters. … [Read more...] about The Office Star John Krasinski Reconnects With Steve Carell On Some Good News
It may not have been wholly unexpected given the event's date of April 2 and a planet grappling with what the World Health Organization had just a day earlier officially declared to be a global pandemic. Festivals and markets across film and TV were being pulled on mass, with L.A.'s E3 conference becoming the largest casualty within the video games sector. … [Read more...] about BAFTA Games Awards: Lockdowns, Pre-Recorded Speeches and a Host Working From His Basement
The much loved four unapologetically flawed best friends are back with an all new season of Four More Shots Please! Amazon Prime Video recently revealed the trailer of the much-awaited web series that stars Sayani Gupta, Kirti Kulhari, Bani J, Maanvi Gagroo, Lisa Ray, Pratiek Babbar and Milind Soman in the lead roles. The trailer hits that the witty, warm, funny and bold second season of the show, kicks off in the breath-taking city of Istanbul marking a reunion of the sassy girls, who again, land straight in the thick of each others' lives. … [Read more...] about Four More Shots Please 2 Trailer OUT: Sassy Girls Are Back And Fans Can’t Keep Calm!
In clips featuring the Teenagers’ biggest hit, “Why Do Fools Fall in Love,” Lymon now looks like a slimmer, more cherubic version of Gary Coleman, sweet but prematurely knowing. Given that the group hit the R&B top 10 six times in 18 months, it’s still startling to learn that the group’s new managers convinced Lymon to leave the Teenagers at the end of that period. The singer’s solo career never took off, and his death in 1968 — from a heroin overdose in New York — is another reminder that drug addiction made its way through the doo-wop scene as much as it did rock & roll. … [Read more...] about Harmonies, Heroes and Heroin: New Doc Traces the Story of Doo-Wop