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The 24-year-old, Vancouver-based actor previously appeared in “Supernatural,” “iZombie,” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid.” He killed his mother Barbara Waite in March 2020 in their Squamish, British Columbia home by shooting her with a handgun. Waite was ...
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Canadian prosecutors revealed that Riverdale actor Ryan Grantham, who pleaded guilty to murdering his mother, also allegedly plotted to kill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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'90s R&B sensation Tevin Campbell has confirmed he identifies as a gay man. He opened up about his sexuality on an episode of People's Every Day Podcast, noting that although he doesn't think of himself as a “sex symbol” for the ladies, he is proud of ...
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CJ Perry issued a (now-deleted) apology after she took to Twitter to comment on a tweet by a homeless person. The former Lana stirred criticism on Twitter after she retweeted a comment by someone talking about how hard it is to “keep going when you're ...
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Lisa Niemi is reflecting on her late husband's life and career. ET's Kevin Frazier spoke with Patrick Swayze's widow ahead of the 35th anniversary of one of his most beloved roles -- Johnny Castle in Dirty Dancing. "It's really incredible," Niemi says ...
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“Sam & Cat” aired on Nickelodeon in 2013 and 2014. McCurdy played Sam Puckett, a continuation of her popular character on the hit show, “iCarly.” Grande played Cat Valentine, also an extension of a previous Nickelodeon character, from the show “Victorious.
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There is a mid-credits scene in 'She-Hulk' Episode 1, and its hilarious debunking of this Captain America theory is a must-watch.
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Last year, Tevin Campbell quote-tweeted a post that said, “My mom keeps telling me Luther Vandross, Teddy Pendergrass, and Tevin Campbell were gay,” adding the phrase “Tevin is” along with a rainbow flag and a sunglasses emoji, according to Out ...
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The boss of an Australian TV subscription company has triggered outrage by calling Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke a 'short and dumpy girl'. Foxtel CEO Patrick Delany made the comment at a speech at the Sydney premiere of new spinoff of the hit ...
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