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2020 BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT Winner, Jon Courtney, Announces 2021 UK Tour

2020 BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT Winner, Jon Courtney, Announces 2021 UK Tour

Following his success as the first Golden Buzzer act ever to win Britain’s Got Talent, Jon Courtenay has announced that he will be setting out on his debut tour of the UK in 2021.

Long before triumphing in the 2020 final, Jon was a powerhouse live performer with decades of experience touring the world. Become part of Jon’s journey of a lifetime where you will roar with laughter, maybe shed a few tears and definitely be inspired by his music and the hilarious tales of his family, relationships and life on tour. With a soundtrack including all his Britain’s Got Talent songs and music spanning the classics to rock n roll, Jon’s side-splitting show will leave you with a happy heart and a huge smile on your face.

This will definitely be a rip-roaring night of music and comedy that you’ll never forget!

Jon Courtenay originally hails from Ipswich but

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HIP National Orchestra Announces Largest Ever Season

HIP National Orchestra Announces Largest Ever Season

Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra launches its 2021 season with programs of exquisite music, featuring internationally acclaimed guest artists, and outstanding youth music education programs.

The Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestra has announced its largest ever season, featuring three mainstage programs and three Voyage of Musical Discovery presentations together with their established and celebrated education programs for young and emerging musicians.

Co-artistic directors Rachael Beesley and Nicole van Bruggen are delighted to feature acclaimed Australian soprano Jacqueline Porter and British/Australian natural horn virtuoso Anneke Scott as part of a season including works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Britten and Tchaikovsky, as well as lesser-known composers like Franz Berwald and Christian Cannabich.

Spanning more than 200 years of music, from the beginnings of the Classical era to the mid-twentieth century, and playing period instruments in historically-informed performance (HIP) style, the orchestra aims to deepen and enhance audiences’ understanding and appreciation of the

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Trump attacks big Pharma, announces programs to lower drug prices

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In his third appearance since election night, President Trump talked about his administration’s work to lower the price of prescription drugs through regulations and argued its efforts could save Americans up to 30% in drug costs. He announced two new rules aimed at helping seniors, in particular.

He also announced an end to the unapproved drugs initiative, which the administration says creates artificial monopolies for some older drugs. The president said that his administration would prevent exorbitant raises in drug prices and possibly save Americans billions of dollars.

CBS News campaign reporter LaCrai Mitchell reports that the president also took the time to attack Big Pharma

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Nicki Minaj Announces An ‘Unfiltered’ HBO Docuseries About Her Life

It’s been an exciting week for Nicki Minaj fans thus far — and it just got even better. After celebrating the tenth anniversary of her hit album Pink Friday with a deluxe release, the rapper took to social media Friday to officially announce an upcoming six-part docuseries on HBO Max.

In a selfie video announcing the series, Nicki said that it’s going to give viewers a “raw, unfiltered look at my personal life and my professional journey.” Press materials further describe it as a project that will “guide viewers through the most challenging and fulfilling times in her life, navigating highs, lows and misguided agendas in her stratospheric rise to fame and her journey to motherhood.”

The upcoming series is directed by Emmy-nominated Michael John Warren, who also worked with the rapper for her 2015 documentary Nicki Minaj: My Time Again. Speaking about the project in a statement, Warren

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Movie-lovers in India Are in For a Treat! Netflix Announces Free Streaming on These Dates, Know Here Details



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New Delhi: Streaming giant Netflix has made its platform free for December 5 and 6 weekend in India. All the movie-lovers in India who don’t have a subscription to the OTT platform can tune in from 12 midnight on December 5 and watch all the blockbuster films, the biggest series, award-winning documentaries and reality shows for two days. Notably, this came days after the OTT company announced plans to give its users in India access to free streaming for a weekend. “We think that giving away everyone in a country access to Netflix for free for a weekend could be a great way to expose a bunch of new people to the amazing stories that we have, the service and how it works,” Greg Peters, COO and Chief Product Officer at Netflix, said during the
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ABC Announces ‘Mixed-ish,’ ‘Call Your Mother’ Premiere Dates (TV News Roundup)

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In today’s TV news roundup, ABC unveiled the premiere dates for its early 2021 scripted series, and NBC announced details for its annual “Christmas in the Rockefeller Center” special.

CASTING

Starz cast Luis Guzmán as a guest star in the second season of crime drama “Hightown.” Guzmán will portray Jorge Cuevas, Frankie’s (Amaury Nolasco) charmingly hilarious but deadly cousin. Also joining the cast this season are guest stars Jona Xiao, Charline St. Charles and Dominic L. Santana. Production is currently underway for Season 2, with creator Rebecca Cutter making her TV directorial debut. Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Rachel Morrison will direct two episodes and lead actor Monica Raymund, as well as Dawn Wilkinson, Radium Cheung and Eagle Egilsson are also tapped to direct.

DATES

Food Network’s “Kid’s Baking Championship” will return with a

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ABC Announces ‘Mixed-ish,’ ‘Call Your Mother’ Dates (TV News Roundup)

In today’s TV news roundup, ABC unveiled the premiere dates for its early 2021 scripted series, and NBC announced details for its annual “Christmas in the Rockefeller Center” special.

CASTING

Starz cast Luis Guzmán as a guest star in the second season of crime drama “Hightown.” Guzmán will portray Jorge Cuevas, Frankie’s (Amaury Nolasco) charmingly hilarious but deadly cousin. Also joining the cast this season are guest stars Jona Xiao, Charline St. Charles and Dominic L. Santana. Production is currently underway for Season 2, with creator Rebecca Cutter making her TV directorial debut. Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Rachel Morrison will direct two episodes and lead actor Monica Raymund, as well as Dawn Wilkinson, Radium Cheung and Eagle Egilsson are also tapped to direct.

DATES

Food Network’s “Kid’s Baking Championship” will return with a ninth season premiere Dec. 28. The

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Allie X Announces ‘The Cape God’ Digital Concert Dec. 17

Allie X Announces 'The Cape God' Digital Concert Dec. 17

Pop darling Allie X, who released her ten-track studio album Cape God in February of this year, has announced The Cape God Digital Concert where she will perform songs from the record. It will take place Thursday, December 17, with two air times of 7 PM GMT and 7 PM Pacific. Paired with the digital concert announcement, Allie X has also announced that she will be releasing a limited edition double LP of her first two records, CollXtion I and CollXtion II, which will also include previously unreleased demos and leaks from that time period as well as newly created merch.

“I’m so xcited to announce this special show particularly since I didn’t have the opportunity to tour this year. I’ll be performing some of my favorite songs from Cape God plus Bitch (I had to include Bitch!), in a beautiful setting, wearing some fabulous clothes. HA! It should be

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Travis Scott Announces New Nonprofit And Parsons School of Design Partnership

To celebrate the third annual “Travis Scott Day” in Houston, TX, Travis Scott announced his new Cactus Jack Foundation on Wednesday (Nov 18).

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TMZ reports that Scott’s new organization is not only about giving back to the community,but it’s also about helping kids have better futures. 

Its first order of business is the Waymon Webster Scholarship, named after his grandfather who graduated from Prairie View A&M University, a historically black college. The scholarship will be available to students enrolled at a “handful” of HBCUs that include Morehouse College, Howard University, Texas Southern University, Grambling State University, and, of course, Prairie View A&M University.

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Speaking to TMZ, Scott explained his reason for creating the scholarship. 

“My grandfather wanted me to take it all the

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AFI Silver Theatre Announces All-Virtual 2020 AFI European Union Film Showcase Lineup

AFI Silver Theatre Announces All-Virtual 2020 AFI European Union Film Showcase Lineup

The AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center announced today the complete slate of films being presented online for the 2020 AFI European Union Film Showcase, which will take place December 2-20. Now in its 33rd year, the Showcase, which typically takes place at the historic AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center in Silver Spring, MD, is one of the largest and long-running showcases of European cinema in the United States. While the AFI Silver Theatre remains temporarily closed, this year’s Showcase has been re-imagined as a virtual event set to highlight 48 films representing 25 EU member states, including award winners, regional box office hits, debut works by up-and-coming talents and new works by leading auteurs, plus 12 U.S. and North American premieres, and seven submissions for this year’s Academy Award® for Best International Feature Film. More than half of the titles in the Showcase will be available to view

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