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Cali Wilson eliminated on ‘The Voice’: ‘Being mentored by you was a dream,’ she tells Blake Shelton [Watch]

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Cali Wilson eliminated on ‘The Voice’: ‘Being mentored by you was a dream,’ she tells Blake Shelton [Watch]
As Gold Derby predicted, Tuesday night’s episode of “The Voice” turned out to be the end of the road for Cali Wilson of Team Blake Shelton. This 28-year-old rocker from Salem, Iowa performed “The Chain” as her “save me” song (watch above), but the live Twitter voters chose to save Joana Martinez of Team Gwen Stefani instead. That resulted in the eliminations of Cali and Max Boyle of Team Kelly Clarkson, the other member of the bottom three. Will you miss Cali on “The Voice”? Sound off down in the comments section.

See‘The Voice’: Past Winners (Seasons 1 – 16)

“Being mentored by you was a dream,” Cali told her country superstar coach just before host Carson Daly read the final results. “Your belief in me, you saved me last week. My confidence level has just went sky high because of you. You’re an incredible coach and I’m
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‘The Voice’ Top 13 Results Recap: Which 2 artists will be cut to make the Top 11? [Updating Live Blog]

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‘The Voice’ Top 13 Results Recap: Which 2 artists will be cut to make the Top 11? [Updating Live Blog]
After Monday night’s outstanding episode of “The Voice” live playoffs, it’s a shame two of these Season 17 artists will be gone soon. Which two singers from the Top 13 will be cut to make a Top 11 on Tuesday’s results show?

This one-hour installment of the NBC reality program features six-time coaching champ Blake Shelton, two-time winner Kelly Clarkson, reigning coaching winner John Legend and returning coach Gwen Stefani.

We just published our power rankings over the weekend, listing our reasons for ranking best to worst for the Top 13. Do you agree or disagree with our choices? Here are the remaining contestants and the songs they performed on Monday evening:

Max Boyle (Team Kelly) with “Unaware

Will Breman (Team Legend) with “I Won’t Give Up”

Marybeth Byrd (Team Legend) with “Go Rest High On That Mountain”

Ricky Duran (Team Blake) with “You are the Best Thing”

Kat Hammock
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Shane Q, Cali Wilson, Joana Martinez in danger of elimination on ‘The Voice,’ according to racetrack odds

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Shane Q, Cali Wilson, Joana Martinez in danger of elimination on ‘The Voice,’ according to racetrack odds
Tuesday night on “The Voice,” the Top 13 artists will become the Top 11 thanks to America’s votes. While many of the baker’s dozen singers who performed live on Monday night should easily make it to next week — we’re looking at you, Katie Kadan, Will Breman, Ricky Duran and Marybeth Byrd — there are several contestants on the elimination bubble. According to Gold Derby’s racetrack odds, the three artists in danger of going home during Tuesday’s results show are: Shane Q of Team Kelly Clarkson with 1/5 odds, Cali Wilson of Team Blake Shelton with 27/100 odds and Joana Martinez of Team Gwen Stefani with 8/15 odds.

SEEKatie Kadan (‘The Voice’) is ‘single and ready to mingle’ after powerful ‘I’m Going Down’ performance [Watch]

Shane Q’s live performance of “My Wish” earned him strong notices from Kelly, who was thrilled he finally connected to the lyrics. He had dedicated the song to his mother,
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‘The Voice’ Top 13 results: Marybeth Byrd gets Apple Music bonus but who will sing for Instant Save?

‘The Voice’ Top 13 results: Marybeth Byrd gets Apple Music bonus but who will sing for Instant Save?
On Monday’s episode of “The Voice,” the Top 13 artists coached by Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani performed. The goal for each contestant was to have the most streamed song on Apple Music by Tuesday at 10 am E.T./ 7 a.m. Pt so that they reaped the benefit of a five-times vote multiplier.

In a troubling sign of the popularity of these season 17 contestants, none of them cracked the Top 10 on iTunes; this was the benchmark for the multiplier until this season. The closest were two of the artists on Team John Legend: Marybeth Byrd ranked the highest, coming in at #18 for her rendition of the Vince Gill hit “Go Rest High On That Mountain.” Katie Kadan was right behind with her cover of “I’m Going Down” by Rose Royce.

Of their competition, seven other artists made the top 200. Of these, only four made the
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​Zeynep Atakan responds to claims she stepped down from the Antalya Film Forum for political reasons

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​Zeynep Atakan responds to claims she stepped down from the Antalya Film Forum for political reasons
Top European producer also defends controversial decision not to have boycotted the festival in 2017 and 2018.

Turkish producer and leading European co-producer Zeynep Atakan has countered suggestions she stepped down as head of Antalya Film Forum, the industry programme of the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival, for political reasons and defended her decision not to join a boycott of the entire event in 2017 and 2018.

The festival kicked off its 56th edition this week under a new management team, headed by Ahmet Boyacıoğlu and artistic director Başak Emre.

It is being seen as a fresh start for the festival after two years of turbulence,
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Toronto Film Festival: Director Mati Diop to Receive Inaugural Mary Pickford Award

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Toronto Film Festival: Director Mati Diop to Receive Inaugural Mary Pickford Award
French actress and director Mati Diop will be honored with the inaugural Mary Pickford Award for outstanding female talent at the Toronto International Film Festival’s upcoming Tribute Gala. Tiff announced the news along with their schedule of events including live performances and interviews featuring directors and actors such as Oscar winner Javier Bardem.

“Mati Diop’s film ‘Atlantics’ is a profound and unsettling work of art,” Cameron Bailey, artistic director and co-head of Tiff, said in a statement. “We know this is just the start for such an original and authentic voice, and we’re delighted to celebrate her success at this year’s Tiff Tribute Gala.”

Diop’s screening of “Atlantics” at Cannes Film Festival this year made history as she became the first black female director to screen a film in competition at the festival. The movie went on to win the Grand Prix.

The Tiff gala
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Fox News to Kacey Musgraves: Shut Up, Sing, and Don’t Say ‘F-ck’

Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt wants to know where all the “wholesome country singers” have gone. The talking head tightly clutched her pearls over Kacey Musgraves calling for an end to gun violence onstage at Lollapalooza last weekend by — be still my heart — using an emphatic swear word.

Still attacking .@KaceyMusgraves, Fox guest Todd Starnes says that liberalism "kills everything it touches." pic.twitter.com/imG2zRhD9A

— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) August 7, 2019

“Somebody fucking do something,” Musgraves, a Texas native, pleaded during her set, encouraging her audience to join her in shouting the words.
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Andrew Hall obituary

Actor remembered for his role in Butterflies, who spread his wings to include West End roles and theatre production

Although he is best remembered as Russell, one of two rebellious teenage brothers – the other, Adam, was played by Nicholas Lyndhurst – in Carla Lane’s television sitcom series Butterflies (1978-83), Andrew Hall, who has died of cancer aged 65, had a wide-ranging career that took him from the Royal Court and the RSC to major tours around Britain, and 18 months in Mamma Mia! in the West End.

He also founded a producing company with the actor Tracey Childs, the former star of Howards’ Way, whom he had met on Derek Nimmo’s far eastern tour of Ben Elton’s Gasping in 2000. At the new Garrick theatre in Lichfield, in 2009, he directed Childs as Martha in Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, with Matthew Kelly as George, and when the show
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Smackdown Summer Approaches

<-- Geraldine Page would like to know why you didn't vote on the Supporting Actress Smackdown of 1972? Our annual summer series looking at old Supporting Actress races kicked off its summer season with a discussion of the 1972 film year with a really cool panel so please read, listen, and share.

Smackdown Dates For Your Calendar

• April 28th Smackdown Of 1972

Poseidon Adventure, The Heartbreak Kid, Pete 'n' Tillie, Fat City, Butterflies are Free

• June 2nd Smackdown Of 2001

Iris, Gosford Park, A Beautiful Mind, In the Bedroom

• June 30th Smackdown -Tba

• July 28th Smackdown -Tba

• August 25th Smackdown -Tba

Pssst. We're still negotiating years and panelists for the three late summer events so stay tuned...
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Kacey Musgraves Tries to Start a Proper Country Chant at Coachella: "I Didn't Say F*cking 'Yee!'"

Kacey Musgraves Tries to Start a Proper Country Chant at Coachella:
When Kacey Musgraves gives you instructions, follow them. During her Coachella set on Friday, the 30-year-old country singer hit the stage to give the crowd a yee-hawing good time but hit a tiny (and hilarious) hiccup in the process. While jamming out to the music, Musgraves got the crowd hyped by starting a chant. "When I say 'yee,' you say 'haw!'" she told the audience. It was going pretty smoothly until the festivalgoers got a little zealous and yelled their part out too early. "I didn't say f*cking 'yee!'" Musgraves responded.

i didn't say- pic.twitter.com/aZQ5k4QnpB

- K A C E Y M U S G R A V E S (@KaceyMusgraves) April 13, 2019

Ok, Musgraves did turn the microphone toward them, which might have made them think it was their turn to shout. But in her defense, she didn't say "When I turn the mic,
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How has March been for you?

It's true that there are three days left in March but we're recapping early because we're willing the month to end. The point is that March is always a bit slow at Tfe given the post Oscar-crashing and then the malaise that hits. But we do what we can. Expect much more in April now that we're getting back on the dance floor. Here are a dozen highlights from the month that is almost up that we hope you didn't miss.

• Us Reviewed - Jordan Peele does it again

Jennifer Jones Centennial - because Love is a Many Splendored Thing

• Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - what a tease

• Shrill with Aidy Bryant - already one of 2019's best TV shows

• Four Weddings and a Funeral - still nearly perfect on its 25th anniversary

• Tea with the Dames - Judi + Maggie + Joan + Eileen = a soothing streaming distraction

• Posterized: Julianne Moore
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Iceland's Stockfish Film Festival showcases buzzy international projects

Iceland's Stockfish Film Festival showcases buzzy international projects
Works-in-progress section featured a slew of English-language films.

The first footage from the English-language drama End Of Sentence, starring John Hawkes was unveiled during the works- in- progress presentations at Iceland’s Stockfish film festival in Reykjavik last week.

Us actor Hawkes, who was nominated for a best supporting actor Oscar for Winter’s Bone in 2011, stars as a man trying to fulfill his late wife’s last wish, to go on a road trip with his son, played by Logan Lerman, to scatter her ashes in rural Ireland. The cast also includes Sarah Bolger, Andrea Irvine and Trapped’s Olafur Darri Olafsson.
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Kacey Musgraves's Golden Romance With Ruston Kelly Will Give You Butterflies

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Kacey Musgraves's Golden Romance With Ruston Kelly Will Give You Butterflies
Over the past few years, fans have fallen in love with Kacey Musgraves's no-nonsense attitude and witty lyrics, but she showed a softer side with her third studio album, Golden Hour. As she sings about falling in love and finding the right person, it's pretty obvious the inspiration behind her songs is her real-life love story with fellow country singer Ruston Kelly. In fact, she wrote her hit single "Butterflies" after meeting him. "[I'm] in a really happy stage of my life, a really beautiful chapter," she told The Fader. "And I obviously was very inspired to write about that."

The two first started dating in early 2016, and they got engaged on Christmas Eve later that year when Ruston proposed in Kacey's childhood home. In October 2017, the pair made things official when they tied the knot during a gorgeous woodsy wedding in Tennessee. While they've only made a handful of public appearances together,
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How Kacey Musgraves’ Grammy Wins Give Country Radio a Choice to Make

How Kacey Musgraves’ Grammy Wins Give Country Radio a Choice to Make
There’s a certain poetic justice about Kacey Musgraves winning Album of the Year at Sunday’s Grammy awards — seven years ago this month, the then unknown artist from Texas made her debut at Country Radio Seminar (Crs) as part of Universal Music Group’s annual luncheon at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. The goal, as with every Crs, was to introduce a new artist to country radio’s gatekeepers.

With her grandparents sitting in the pews, Musgraves made quite the impression, stunning the audience with her song “Merry Go ‘Round.
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Kacey Musgraves Is the First Country Artist to Win Album of the Year Since Taylor Swift

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Kacey Musgraves Is the First Country Artist to Win Album of the Year Since Taylor Swift
Kacey Musgraves had a pretty monumental night at the Grammys on Sunday. The talented "Rainbow" singer managed to take home all four awards she was nominated for, including album of the year. Not only was it a huge accomplishment for the 30-year-old, but it also marked the first album of the year win by a country artist since Taylor Swift. In 2010, the country-turned-pop singer took home her very first album of the year win for Fearless.

Interestingly enough, Musgraves won the exact same Grammys as Swift did. During the 2010 ceremony, Swift took home album of the year, best country album for Fearless, as well as best country song and best female country vocal performance for "White Horse." This year, Musgraves won album of the year, best country album for Golden Hour, best country song for "Space Cowboy," and best country solo performance for "Butterflies." The latter award combines the previous
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Grammys 2019: Kacey Musgraves Wins Album of the Year

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Grammys 2019: Kacey Musgraves Wins Album of the Year
Kacey Musgraves won the 2019 Grammy Album of the Year for Golden Hour, triumphing over an eclectic field to win her fourth Grammy of the night, tying Childish Gambino for most wins of the evening.

The country music artist shared the honor with producers Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian; engineers/mixers Craig Alvin and Shawn Everett. Songwriters sharing the award were Fitchuk, Musgraves and Tashian, while Greg Calbi and Steve Fallone were mastering engineers

The award goes to the artist and to featured artists, songwriters of new material, producer, recording engineers, and mixer and mastering engineer credited with at least 33% playing time of the album.

Musgraves, who hails from Golden, Texas, has come a long way since her seventh place finish on USA Network’s Nashville Star back in 2007. The McA Nashville release is the third studio album from Musgraves and it generated the hit singles Butterflies and Space Cowboy.

Musgraves
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Grammy Awards: Childish Gambino, Kacey Musgraves Lead Night – Complete Winners List

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Grammy Awards: Childish Gambino, Kacey Musgraves Lead Night – Complete Winners List
Kacey Musgraves and Childish Gambino led the 61st Annual Grammy Awards with four wins each.

Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover picked up the Best Music Video award for his socially-conscious single, “This Is America.” The song also won Best Rap/Sung Performance, Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Glover did not attend the show.

Country star Musgraves’s four awards included Best Country Solo Performance for “Butterflies,” Best Country Song for “Space Cowboy,” Best Country Album for “Golden Hour” and Album of the Year for “Golden Hour.”

After picking up the album of the year honor, Musgraves praised the other artists nominated in the category.

“Winning this doesn’t make my album any better than anyone else’s,” she said.

Lady Gaga followed with three awards, including the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance honor for “Shallow,” with her A Star Is Born director and co-star Bradley Cooper.
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2019 Grammy Winners: Complete List

2019 Grammy Winners: Complete List
Kacey Musgraves took home the top honor at the 2019 Grammy Awards on Sunday night, winning album of the year for Golden Hour along with three other nods: best country album, best country song for "Space Cowboy" and best country solo performance for "Butterflies."

In other top categories, Childish Gambino snagged four Grammys including song of the year and record of the year for "This Is America"; Cardi B claimed best rap album for Invasion of Privacy; Dua Lipa won best new artist; and Drake claimed best rap song for "God's Plan." 

Lady Gaga earned three Grammy ...
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Here Are All the Stars Set to Perform at the 2019 Grammys

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Here Are All the Stars Set to Perform at the 2019 Grammys
"Music's biggest night" is going down on Feb. 10, and it's bringing out the best in the business! Alicia Keys will be hosting the Grammy Awards, and with the number of nominees in several categories being upped from five to eight, there will be even more artists to root for than usual. But that's not all! Both Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello will be making their Grammy performance debuts, and Cardi B - who is nominated for five Grammys this year - will have to top her amazing "I Like It" performance at the VMAs. Ahead, check out all of the performers slated to take the stage on Grammys night!

Related: As a Reminder, Here's Everyone Nominated For a Grammy This Year Dolly Parton: It's a big night for the country music legend. Not only is Parton the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year, but she's also being honored with a tribute by Katy Perry,
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It’s Kacey Musgraves vs. Chris Stapleton in Grammys Best Country Solo Performance Derby

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It’s Kacey Musgraves vs. Chris Stapleton in Grammys Best Country Solo Performance Derby
Ever since the Grammy solo vocal contests merged into co-ed categories in 2012, Chris Stapleton and Carrie Underwood have been king and queen of the country ball. Both have won Best Country Solo Performance twice — Underwood in 2013 and 2015, Stapleton in 2016 and 2018 — but only one of them is nominated in 2019.

Stapleton is primed to pull out in front and make it 3 for 3 with his third nod, for his Top 15 single “Millionaire.” A veteran songwriter, he’s already collected five Grammys, just three albums into his recording career. It’s easy to see why voters are so taken by him: In a sea of interchangeable country hunks, Stapleton has a distinctive vocal and physical presence.

“Millionaire” is three and a half minutes of gospel-infused middle-of-the-dirt-road country, but vocally, it’s not a particularly demanding ride. Compared to the undeniable acrobatics of “Either Way,” the Stapleton song that took this prize last year, the
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