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Newly married pop singer Miley Cyrus stood in for her Hollywood actor husband Liam Hemsworth on Monday, attending the premiere of his latest film "Isn't It Romantic" on his behalf as he was unwell. Dressed in a red floor length gown, complete with a train, the "Wrecking Ball" chart-topper posed for pictures and chatted to journalists alongside Hemsworth's co-stars in the romantic comedy, Rebel Wilson and Priyanka Chopra. Singer Ryan Adams calls accusations in New York Times 'inaccurate'
Rock singer Ryan Adams on Wednesday called a New York Times article about him "upsettingly inaccurate" but said he was "not a perfect man" and apologized to anyone he had hurt. Adams, 44, was responding on Twitter to a New York Times story in which seven women, including his ex-wife actress Mandy Moore, accused him of manipulative behavior and of pursuing female artists for sex. Rapper 21 Savage granted bond, to be released: lawyer
Rap artist 21 Savage, who has been in custody in Georgia for nine days on immigration charges, was granted bond on Tuesday and will be released from custody on Wednesday, his attorney said. The entertainer, whose real name is Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, was arrested on Feb. 2 by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents over accusations he had overstayed his visa by more than a decade. Officials said he came to the United States from Britain in 2005. 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett angry that some doubt he was attacked
Actor Jussie Smollett said he was angry that some people doubted his statement that he was attacked outside his Chicago apartment in January. Smollett, 36, an openly gay African-American who plays a gay character on the hip-hop drama "Empire," made the comments in an interview with ABC News that is set to air on "Good Morning America" on Thursday. An interview clip was posted online.
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