House of Cards is coming back... and Kristen Bell's funny video after being announced as the first host of the SAG Awards!
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TIME Person of the Year Nominees
President Trump has made the shortlist for TIME’s Person of the Year, along with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un, special counsel and former FBI director Robert Mueller, San Francisco 49ers player Colin Kaepernick and Patty Jenkins who made history when Wonder Woman raked in the biggest domestic opening ever for a female director.
House of Cards Will Return In 2018 With Robin Wright As Lead
House of Cards will be returning for its final season without star Kevin Spacey. The drama series will resume production in early 2018 on an 8 episode 6th season that will star Robin Wright. "We are excited to bring closure to fans," Netflix content chief Ted Sarandos announced said, acknowledging the work of the production crew whose jobs have been up in the air after multiple people accused Spacey of sexual assault. It was considered likely that Spacey would be written out of the show. House of Cards was Netflix's first original series. It debuted in 2013 to much acclaim and immediately put Netflix on the prestige TV map. In its first 5 seasons, it nabbed 46 Emmy nominations and 6 wins.
Before taking the stage at Toyota Center Sunday night, Lady Gaga got down and dirty to help other volunteers repair a home damaged by Hurricane Harvey. Gaga joined Team Rubicon to do demolition work and mold remediation at the home of a woman identified as Pamela.
Before the #JoanneWorldTourHouston tonight me and @btwfoundation teamed up with @teamrubicon to do some demolition due to water damage and mold remediation in Pamela's house from Hurricane Harvey. We want to help make #HoustonStrong. And we love Pamela! ❤️
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Will Be Televised
Good news for those of us with a royal obsession and zero royal connections: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding will almost certainly be televised! Cameras will be allowed in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle during the wedding. It'll be a pool camera, which means all media outlets will plug into the sources the royals provide and can broadcast from there. A spokesperson for the royal family confirms: "The couple of course wants the day to be a special, celebratory moment for their friends and family... They also want the day to be shaped so as to allow members of the public to feel part of the celebrations too and are currently working through ideas for how this might be achieved."
Kristen Bell To Be First Ever SAG Awards Host
Thought it would be cute to start off 2018 with a stomach ulcer. I'll be hosting the 24th annual screen actors guild awards Sunday Jan 21! And YES in the video I say Jan 22. First mistake of many to come. 🙂 @sagawards
45k Likes, 413 Comments - kristen bell (@kristenanniebell) on Instagram: "Thought it would be cute to start off 2018 with a stomach ulcer. I'll be hosting the 24th annual..."
The Screen Actors Guild is trying something new. A host. That host will be Michigan native Kristen Bell. She tweeted a pretty funny video… "I've been asked to host the SAG Awards this year, which means, to all my friends who've been nominated, I get to choose who wins." she says. Someone off camera says she's mistaken. "That's not how it works? Then what am I doing? Like, Anne Hathaway and James Franco did? I'm doing that? Why, did I lose a bet?" The 2017 nominees will be announced on Dec. 13. The 24th SAG Awards will air live at 8pm on TNT and TBS on Sunday, January 21 2018.
Jimmy Kimmel’s Son Had A ‘Successful’ Second Heart Surgery
ABC announced in a statement that the 7-month-old “had a scheduled and successful heart surgery this morning.” The network also revealed that Kimmel is “with his family” and will have celebrity guests filling in as host of Jimmy Kimmel Live! for the week. In Kimmel’s place, Chris Pratt kicked things off yesterday, and he’ll be followed by Tracee Ellis Ross, Neil Patrick Harris and Melissa McCarthy. Originally, Billy’s surgery was scheduled in late October but had to be postponed “due to the common cold.”