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WWE star Paige on sex tape humiliation: ‘I don’t wish that for anyone’

She was once one of the biggest stars in the pro wrestling business, but by 2017, she had become depressed and nearly suicidal. She locked herself away from the public and her family. She became sickly and was treated for anorexia. Her hair started falling out. But a chance encounter with a young...

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‘The World’s Best’ racked up serious frequent flyer mileage for acts

It takes more than a village to pull together an episode of “The World’s Best.” CBS’ new talent competition series, hosted by James Corden, features acts from around the world — including, in last week’s premiere, Enkh Erdene from Mongolia, who croons American country music in perfect...

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‘Game of Thrones’ creator reveals fan favorite’s off-screen death

Character deaths are a dime a dozen on “Game of Thrones” — the show literally has a slogan of “all men must die.” Even so, showrunner David Benioff has just revealed an offscreen death that’s truly shocking. Ser Pounce. That’s right, Tommen’s adorable cat is dead. The royal feline...

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Will Smith’s ‘Aladdin’ genie faces Twitter backlash

Looks like Twitter users want Will Smith to put his genie back in the bottle. During the Grammys, Disney unveiled its first trailer for director Guy Ritchie’s live-action “Aladdin” — and viewers were less than thrilled to see Will Smith’s CGI iteration of the genie. The video was panned by...

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These disappointing TV shows may not see another fall season

The networks have given early renewals to freshman series including “God Friended Me,” “Magnum P.I.,” “The Neighborhood” and “FBI” (CBS) and “New Amsterdam” and “A Million Little Things” on NBC and ABC, respectively. The CW has picked up nearly its entire lineup (no surprise...

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Grammys 2019 ratings were solid amid Obama, Gaga buzz

With America’s dwindling attention span — not to mention appetite — for televised awards shows on the decline, Sunday night’s 2019 Grammy Awards, hosted by a radiant Alicia Keys, did not embarrass itself. Nor did the broadcast from LA’s Staples Center distinguish itself. Advertised...

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