Kanye West apologized to pop legend Cher for falling asleep for 20 minutes during her Broadway musical in New York City on Monday night.
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Someone should have told Hamilton actor Brandon Victor Dixon to delete his tweets before he came for Vice President-elect Mike Pence.
As you know, Dixon lectured Pence from the stage during a sold out performance of the Broadway musical 'Hamilton' last weekend.
Superstar Jennifer Hudson and her life partner David Otunga Jr. brought their son David Otung, left, to Opening night of the Broadway play The Color Purple at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre in New York City on Thursday. Don't you love J-Hud and WWE star David as a couple? They set a great example for young people who rush through relationships like diarrhea. How cute are the boys honing their stylist skills on the red carpet?
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Pop singer Beyonce reportedly turned down the role as The Wiz in NBC's The Wiz Live! Queen Latifah was offered the role as The Wiz -- but only after Beyonce turned it down.
Apparently Beyonce was only interested in the role as 17-year-old Dorothy, but that role went to Shanice Williams, who not lonely looks 17 but she can sing, too.
The cast of "The Wiz LIVE!" made an appearance on the Today Show in NYC on Tuesday, Nov. 3. The cast includes singer/songwriter Ne-Yo (the Tin-Man), pictured left; actress Shanice Williams (Dorothy), pictured right; actor/comedian David Alan Grier (The Cowardly Lion); and Elijah Kelley (Scarecrow).
Directed by Kenny Leon, The Wiz LIVE! revives the 1975 Broadway musical "The Wiz", starring Stephanie Mills as Dorothy in an all black cast. "The Wiz LIVE!" TV special also stars Mills (as Auntie Em), Queen Latifah (as The Wiz), Mary J. Blige, rapper Common, and Orange is the New Black star Uzo Aduba (as Glenda the good witch).
"The Wiz LIVE!" airs on NBC TV on Dec. 3.
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The reviews are in for Sony's remake of the Broadway musical, Annie, which opens in theaters nationwide on Friday, Dec. 19.
Calling Annie 2014 "visual ugliness", Hollywood Reporter writer David Rooney wrote that director Will Gluck (with the blessings of producers Jay Z and the Will Smiths) pulverized "every ounce of charm out of the musical in a strained effort to drag it into the social-media age."