For those who haven't heard #Beautiful which is currently #4 on iTunes
ONTD, do you guys think the EDM trend has to go? What kind of music do you think needs to be start making waves now?
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"While her light finally gave into the wind that gives flight to all our journeys, there will always be a glimmer left behind by what she stood for," Bernsen wrote.
Cooper, 84, had played Katherine Chancellor on the soap opera since 1973. In fact, she began her run on the soap just seven months after it began.
Before joining the program, Cooper had a long career in TV and film. In 2004 she received a lifetime achievement award from the Daytime Emmys.
Rest in peace...Feels like the end of an era.
The two stars of the new movie "Peeples" face their toughest interviewers yet.
The star managed to complete his performance despite being buzzed by a cloud of the insects as he played on stage in Brazil.
Animal-lover McCartney carried on for almost three hours in Goiania as he remained unfazed by the grasshoppers, which even landed on him during the show.
One remained on his shoulder for much of the show and the musician introduced his new pal to the 47,000-strong crowd as 'Harold'.
As he sang Hey Jude, McCartney turned to 'Harold' as he sang the words "the movement you need is on your shoulder", adding "it certainly is now".
The star opened his Out There! tour in Brazil this week and he is due to travel across six countries in the coming months.
His set lists have included rarely performed songs such as Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite, All Together Now and Eight Days A Week, which he has played live only once before - with The Beatles in 1965.
Season Five of Southland ended with a bang on April 17, leaving unanswered questions about the fates of the hard-edged LAPD officers that tried-and-true viewers have come to revere. But the biggest question remains whether or not the gritty cop show will be picked up for another season.
Bulgarian up-and-comer Grigor Dimitrov defeated World Tennis Number one, Serbian Novak Djokovic in the second round of the 2013 Mutua Madrid Open.
The Bulgarian, just 21, from the southern town of Haskvovo, saved set point at 5-4 down in the first and another in the tie-break before winning the set.
Djokovic won a second-set tie-break but Dimitrov showed incredible courage to secure the biggest win of his career, BBC reports.
Serbian Djokovic, who won his third title of the year at last month's Monte Carlo Masters, received treatment on an injured ankle midway through the second.
Dimitrov, who beat Javier Marti in the first round, had an injury break of his own and looked physically drained after the second set.
But, with the Spanish crowd chanting his name, he drew on his reserves of energy to break Djokovic in the opening game of the third set and hold on to win the match.
TAYLOR Swift is set to become the first female act since Madonna to play stadium shows in Australia. The pop superstar will tour stadiums in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth this December, playing to around 180,000 Australian fans in just ten days. It is the biggest Australian tour by a solo female performer since Madonna's 1993 visit.
Swift's meteoric rise in popularity in Australia has seen her accelerate from club shows in 2009 playing to around 1000 people to stadium venues of up to 50,000 fans just four years later. "It's a sign of the achievements of Taylor Swift and the loyal fanbase she's built up that she will be the first woman to play stadiums nationally here since Madonna," promoter Michael Gudinski said yesterday.
Swift was thrilled with the news. "That's mindblowing and a real honour," the singer, 23, said. "One of my favorite things about the connection between myself and the fans on this tour is that it's a very emotional one. They're there because they've felt the same things I'm singing about at one point in their lives. They're singing all the words. When you look out at a sea of people in a stadium and 60,000 people are singing back to you it's an incredible connection."
Swift's US tour, with collaborator Ed Sheeran as opening act, will wind up in late September. The star will take a break while the production is shipped from the US in time for a show in Auckland on November 29. Swift then plays Sydney's Allianz Stadium on December 4, Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium on December 7, Perth's NIB Stadium December 11 and Etihad Stadium in Melbourne on December 14. Tickets go on sale 9am on May 21, with a presale beginning on May 14.
Swift's latest album Red has sold over six million copies worldwide since its release last year.
Taylor Swift dines with Lena Dunham and Zooey Deschanel after Met Gala
Taylor Swift, Lena Dunham and Zooey Deschanel skipped the Met Gala after parties, instead opting for a low-key meal at an Italian restaurant.
Dunham later tweeted: "The most punk moment of last night: I asked them to turn down the music in a pizza place".
Hannibal is without a doubt the most appetizing scripted show on television, all thanks to creator Bryan Fuller and culinary consultant Chef Jose Andres. The showrunner and chef spoke to TVGuide.com about how they make human meat look so tasty and what sets Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelson) apart from your average cannibal.
When Fuller got the opportunity to do Hannibal, Andres was one of the first phone calls he made. In fact, the famed chef isn't just the show's culinary consultant — he helped inspire the small-screen adaptation of the titular cannibal! "I had seen [Andres] talk about food and how passionate he was and articulate he was ... and he had such an enthusiasm that I thought Hannibal Lecter should have a similar passion for food that Jose had," Fuller told TVGuide.com. While most would balk at being compared to a murderer, Andres not only relates to Hannibal (while referencing the last scene in Anthony Hopkins' big-screen Hannibal he mused, "Holy cow, this could be me!"), but believes there's something innate in human DNA that attracts us to blood. "Every time we cut our finger one of the things we do ... is we take the finger to our mouth and kind of we suck the blood," Andres explained. "When I cut it, I'm like, 'Mmm, this is sweet man. I'm tasty!'" (idek, man)
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The great pilot-to-series deluge of 2013 has begun. Fox just made its drama orders for next season, and the list includes the J.J. Abrams-produced robot cops project (now titled Almost Human) starring Star Trek actor Karl Urban and the House-as-defense-attorney drama Rake, starring Greg Kinnear (As Good As It Gets).
Also getting spots on the schedule: San Francisco crime drama Gang Related, which returns fan-favorite Terry O’Quinn (Lost) to prime-time in a supporting role, and a new take on the classic short story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, starring relative newcomer Tom Mison. All four dramas contain a mix of procedural and serialized storytelling (Gang Related and Sleepy Hollow are a bit more serialized, while Almost Human and Rake lean more toward case-of-the-week). More obviously, half the titles are set in contemporary times, the other two are set in the future or past.
Goodbye Holo-Pac, hello Holo-Feist. Broken Social Scene matriarch, occasional black metal dabbler, and oak-sturdy solo artist Leslie Feist played in three Canadian cities at the exact same time last night thanks to the latest in holographic technology. Fans in Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal were treated to simultaneous sets from the singer-songwriter, who materialized out of thin air at the behest of Samsung, as Exclaim reports.
The smartphone giants collaborated with projection company Musion to bring Feist to all three of their regional Galaxy S4 launch parties. Above, you can watch her strum and shred her way through "How Come You Never Go There." While this footage showcases a fairly simple setup, other clips (with terrible sound) display the performer accompanied by a prismatic array of, well, herselves. Meanwhile, the "making of" video below gives insight into the production.
"To get a chance to be a hologram is kind of playing into every childhood fantasy dream of the magic of smoke and mirrors," says Feist in the clip. "[It] really lives up to a lot of my dreams in terms of the things I have been trying to do live for years."
Look at what the light did now.She is amazing live, so this better not be the future.