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Exorcist Rachel Stavis: I've cast demons out of Oscar winners, politicians and movie bosses
Non-denominational and agnostic Rachel Stavis, 39, is dubbed the Sister of Darkness. She has gone public with her extraordinary gift with her book: Sister of Darkness The Chronicles of a Modern Exorcist. www.dailymail.co.uk  
Fergie was unsure of her rendition of National Anthem before performance: rehearsal footage

Pop singer Fergie struggled with her unique take on The Star-Spangled Banner before her widely mocked performance of it before last night’s NBA All-Star Game, rehearsal footage acquired by Deadspin reveals.


Black Panther is packed with action and diversity - but no gays
Black Panther is being hailed as the most diverse superhero movie in Hollywood history with its almost exclusively black cast and strong female characters. But progressives want to know:
Roseanne Barr: I have learned to control (my) anger a lot better
Roseanne co-star Sara Gilbert reached out in the spring of 2017 to Roseanne about reviving their iconic sitcom. Roseanne, 65, told her: “I’m way too old to be fighting".
Preacher Jim Bakker is back on TV: The Apocalypse is coming and you better get ready
Jim Bakker, now 78, is back on TV three decades after his PTL empire near Charlotte crumbled amid financial and sex scandals. He believes we are "in the final days”as he points a warning finger at
Sally Field's son apologizes to Adam Rippon for his mom's attempt to set them up on a date
Sally Field’s son, filmmaker Sam Greisman, reached out personally to Olympic figure skating darling Adam Rippon to apologize for his mom’s awkward attempts to set them up on a date.
Roseanne returns: Is TV ready for a Trump loving comic with nothing left to prove?
Roseanne returns after 20 years with a depiction of a working class family's fears and foibles as the show's all star creative team gathers to debate the politics of television's most anticipated reboot of the year.
How to Get Away with Murder actress Karla Souza alleges she was raped by a director
How to Get Away with Murder star Karla Souza, 32, said she was raped by a director while filming in her native Mexico early in her career, She would not name the director.
Eleven (11)1 Hollywood Stars in the NRA: from Chuck Norris to James Earl Jones to Whoopi Goldberg
n 2012, Whoopi Goldberg said on The View that she is a member of the NRA. "I don’t mind having to register and let them know that I have them. I want to know that there’s at least some way to prevent folks who are just getting out from mental institutions (from getting guns).”
Theater halts Black Panther showing after woman hurls racial slur
A Sparta theater stopped a showing of Black Panther Sunday night because a woman in the audience yelled a racial slur, causing audience members to shout at her. The woman was "extremely intoxicated".
Sara Gilbert on Roseanne reboot: I was prepared to take on any battles for Roseanne, but there were none
Roseanne co-star Sara Gilbert: "People think this show is more political than it is. It's more about how a family deals with a disagreement like that. But I get it, it creates website clicks."
94 percent of women in Hollywood experience sexual harassment or assault: survey
A coalition of US groups including USA Today surveyed 850 women in the film industry of whom the vast majority reported some form of sexual misconduct.
ABBA musical Chess may be coming back to Broadway
Michael Riedel: Chess, the Broadway musical by Tim Rice and ABBA’s Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, played 68 Broadway performances in 1988. Critics said the score was terrific but the script was incomprehensible.
Sade returns from hiatus to write new song for A Wrinkle in Time
Eight years after the release of her last album, 2010's Soldier Of Love, Sade will write a song called Flower Of The Universe for the soundtrack of Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle In Time adaptation.
Isaac Hayes helped create psychedelic soul: I didn't give a damn if it didn't sell
When singer Isaac Hayes released Hot Buttered Soul in September of 1969, it ripped apart the rules for what kinds of music black artists could market.
Piers Morgan: John Oliver is a shameless old fraud - mate, you were born in the Midlands
Piers Morgan: "Watching (Last Week Tonight host) John Oliver repeatedly say ‘we’ & ‘us’ when discussing America is comical. Mate, you were born in the Midlands to a pair of Liverpudlian
Bill Gates to guest star on The Big Bang Theory
Microsoft founder Bill Gates will guest star as himself in a March episode of TV’s No. 1 sitcom The Big Bang Theory. He attends a work function at Penny’s (Kaley Cuoco) pharmaceutical company.
Josh Duhamel brings flowers to Fergie’s home amid backlash for her national anthem performance
Fergie's ex-husband, Josh Duhamel, was photographed carrying a bouquet of roses to her Los Angeles-area home on Monday - a day after her rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner at the NBA All-Star Game was met with derision.
Hollywood stars to donate $500,000 each to March For Our Lives
Hollywood couples Steven Spielberg & Kate Capshaw, George & Amal Clooney and Jeffrey & Marilyn Katzenberg pledged $500,000 each to help offset the costs of the March For Our Lives event in DC on
NCIS actress Pauley Perrette is living in fear after alleged attacker Is released
A transient named David Merck was recently released from a state psychiatric institution after he allegedly attacked NCIS star Pauley Perrette in November 2015. Pauley is afraid that t
Wendy Williams has hyperthyroidism and Graves’ disease
Wendy Williams is taking a break. The TV host, 53, revealed on The Wendy Williams Show that she is taking three weeks off due to issues with hyperthyroidism and Graves’ disease.
Oprah Winfrey to donate $500,000 to March for Our Lives - the gun protest march
Oprah Winfrey to donate $500,000 to March For Our Lives, the gun protest march being organized by students at Parkland, FL’s Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School, where a former student
Quote of the day
Viola Davis

"People say, ‘You’re a black Meryl Streep. You are. And we love you. We love you. There is no one like you,'” she said, mimicking potential employers. “OK, then if there’s no one like me, if you think I’m that, you pay me what I’m worth. You give me what I’m worth.”

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