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Justin Timberlake And Ant Clemons’ ‘Better Days’ Seeks Just That

It’s been two years since Justin Timberlake has graced his fans with an album, which was his 2018 Man Of The Woods album, a project that left fans disappointed as it departed from his usual sound and choice of content. While it’s unknown when the Tennesse native will deliver his next body of work, fans can be happy in the meantime as Timberlake returns with his second guest appearance of the year thanks to a collaboration with up and coming R&B singer, Ant Clemons.

The singers brought their talents together for their new single, “Better Days.” The track is an optimistic number that finds them both alluding to the light at the end of the tunnel for a world drowning in a number of issues: heightened political battles, the coronavirus, and more on top of the issues that already existed in a “normal world.” According to a press release, the

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Harry Styles isn’t ashamed of his One Direction days

Harry Styles may be gracing covers of magazines solo these days, but the singer has only good things to say about his time in boy band One Direction.



Harry Styles wearing a suit and tie: Harry Styles, seen here at The BRIT Awards 2020 at The O2 Arena on February 18, 2020 in London, has fond memories of his One Direction days.


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Harry Styles, seen here at The BRIT Awards 2020 at The O2 Arena on February 18, 2020 in London, has fond memories of his One Direction days.

“When you look at the history of people coming out of bands and starting solo careers, they feel this need to apologize for being in the band. ‘Don’t worry, everyone, that wasn’t me! Now I get to do what I really want to do.’ But we loved being in the band,” the “Watermelon Sugar” singer said in an interview with Variety.

He added that though some may have the general desire to “pit people against each other,” he prefers expressions of gratitude.

“It’s about a next step in

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Ballet Central Presents An Original Film of THE NUTCRACKER Told Through The 12 Days Of Christmas

Ballet Central Presents An Original Film of THE NUTCRACKER Told Through The 12 Days Of Christmas

The graduate London-based dance company Ballet Central will this December launch an original film of the Christmas favourite ballet Nutcracker told through the 12 days of Christmas. The 30 minute film will be shown exclusively at the ADC Theatre, Cambridge, at nine screenings; 17, 18 and 19 December at 2.30pm, 4.30pm and 6.30pm each day. Tickets are limited to allow for social distancing in the theatre and cost just £7, obtainable from the ADC Theatre Box Office on 01223 300085 and www.adctheatre.com.

Ballet Central’s live performances of the Nutcracker in Cambridge have sold out every year for the past three years, becoming a popular pre-Christmas activity for the whole family. The new film is a chance for audiences to get all the Christmas magic that is synonymous with Nutcracker performed to the iconic Tchaikovsky score. The film has been created to allow for the restrictions and social distancing measures caused

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Watch Pentatonix Take a Tour Through Musical Genres in ’12 Days of Christmas’ Video

Pentatonix are ringing in the annual countdown to the Christmas season but with a sonic twist in their new “12 Days of Christmas” music video.

Starting midway on the sixth day of Christmas, the five golden singers in the acclaimed a cappella group — Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Kevin Olusola and Matt Sallee — deliver their verses with a wide range of genres, including hip-hop, electro-pop, island folk and more, predominantly backed by Olusola’s beatboxing.

“The PTX holiday cheer continues as we countdown to Christmas with our version of ’12 Days of Christmas,’” Pentatonix wrote on their social media yesterday. “We had fun putting our touch on this iconic Christmas song!”

Their funky-yet-festive rendition of “12 Days of Christmas” is the first song on their sixth holiday set We Need a Little Christmas, which peaked at No. 4 on Billboard’s Top Holiday Albums chart (dated

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Khloe Kardashian Posts About ‘Bad Days’ After Tristan Flies to Boston

Khloé Kardashian shared a series of cryptic messages on her Instagram Stories on Sunday, November 29, a day after her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, flew to Boston to join the Celtics.

“Let it go,” read one message the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 36, posted on Sunday. “Yes, they did you wrong, but you do yourself wrong the longer you hold onto that grudge.”

Khloe Kardashian Posts About ‘Bad Days’ After Tristan Thompson Flies to Boston to Join Celtics
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“Don’t let your bad days trick you into thinking that you have a bad life,” she shared in a follow-up message.

“If you really got a pure heart, you gonna win in the end. Remember that,” another positive post read.

“If it makes you happy it doesn’t have to make sense to others,” the Good American cofounder shared before posting a message that read, “Count your blessings, not your problems.”

The reality TV star, who shares

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Lost and Found! Missing Dog Located by Drone, Rescued After 10 Days in Woods: ‘So Grateful’

This dog is reunited with his owners after being lost for 10 days — all thanks to a handy drone.

Gary and Debbie Morgan asked  put up flyers and notes online earlier this month asking for help locating their missing dog Meadow, a 16-month-old golden retriever. The pup had last been seen in a wooded area in Andes, New York, and was missing for about a week when a stranger named Brian James came across the Morgans’ plea for their lost pet.



a person and a dog sitting on a couch: Debbie and Gary Morgan with Meadow


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Debbie and Gary Morgan with Meadow

The flyer offered a $500 reward and described Meadow as having a “small, stocky build [and a] pink collar.”

James told ABC News that he thought he could help by bringing a new perspective to the search efforts, since he’s a hiking guide and trained drone pilot.

“I’m realizing that [it] might be easy to see her from

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Pluto TV Launches Classic Channels Streaming Happy Days, The Love Boat, Laverne & Shirley and More



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Pluto TV is adding to its channel lineup, just in time for Thanksgiving.

As of Tuesday, Happy Days, The Love Boat, Laverne & Shirley and more classic shows are available to stream for free through the ViacomCBS-owned service.

“In a year that has been challenging for so many across the globe, Pluto TV is bringing the joy, love and laughter that is synonymous with these series from an unforgettable era and inviting viewers to escape with their favorite characters and stories that shaped a generation of television,” the streaming television service said in a statement.



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Family Ties, Wings, The Beverly Hillbillies, Mission: Impossible and Mork & Mindy will also be available to stream for free.

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PlutoTV Dedicates New Channels to ‘Happy Days,’ ‘The Beverly Hillbillies’ (TV News Roundup)

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In today’s TV News roundup, PlutoTV announced new channels for classic shows like “Happy Days,” and Netflix revealed that “Nate: A One Man Show” will be available starting Dec. 1.

CASTING

Actor Megan Suri will join Season 2 of Netflix‘s “Never Have I Ever” as a recurring guest star. The comedy drama series follows Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in the role of Devi, a young girl learning to navigate school and friendships as she enters her sophomore year. Suri, known for roles in “Atypical” and “Fresh Off the Boat,” will take on the role of a new Indian student attending Devi’s high school, posing a threat to the main character due to her perceived confidence. Mindy Kaling co-created and executive produces the show, while Lang Fisher co-created and serves as showrunner. Howard Klein and David Miner also executive produce.

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Netflix has

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Get Me Meacham! Biden Brings Back the Media’s Good Old Days

But what of the working reporters in the White House? Most of the writers in that group are generations younger than the 78-year-old Mr. Biden. They may not have read all of Mr. Meacham’s books. And the president-elect appears to have learned from his campaign that he can mostly ignore the news media and sneer at Twitter.

He also has the advantage that Mr. Trump has so raised the bar on presidential scandals and gaffes that even his loosest talk or most questionable hire may not scandalize. But Mr. Trump has also gotten us all used to an extraordinary, if inadvertent, level of transparency. He rarely resisted answering shouted, timely questions, and his leaky White House offered journalists and their audience an X-ray portrait of a government running off the rails. The internet, meanwhile, is noisier and even more polarized than when Mr. Biden and Mr. Obama left office

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Gaza’s health system days from being overwhelmed by COVID-19, advisers say

GAZA (Reuters) – A sharp rise in coronavirus infections in the Gaza Strip could overwhelm the Palestinian enclave’s meagre medical system by next week, public health advisers said on Sunday.

Gaza, where the dense and poor population of 2 million is vulnerable to contagions, has logged 14,000 coronavirus cases and 65 deaths, mostly since August.

Seventy-nine of Gaza’s 100 ventilators have been taken up by COVID-19 patients, said Abdelraouf Elmanama, a microbiologist who is part of the enclave’s pandemic task force.

“In 10 days the health system will become unable to absorb such a hike in cases and there might be cases that will not find a place at intensive care units,” he said, adding that the current 0.05% mortality rate among COVID-19 patients could rise.

Gaza’s Islamist Hamas rulers have so far imposed one lockdown. A long-standing Israeli blockade, which is supported by neighbouring Egypt, has crippled the Gazan

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