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U.S. soccer stars tell story of fight for equal pay in new film 'LFG'

(Reuters) - Soccer stars Megan Rapinoe and Jessica McDonald rested their cleats and walked the red carpet at the premiere of documentary "LFG" at the Tribeca Film Festival, which tells the story of the fight for equal pay by the U.S. women's national team. Read More

 

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Britney Spears says she doesn't know whether she'll ever perform again

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Britney Spears says she has no idea whether she will ever perform again. More »

 

Warner Music buys French DJ David Guetta's music catalogue

(Reuters) - Warner Music Group said on Thursday it would buy celebrated French DJ David Guetta's recorded-music catalogue from the last two decades, and sign a new deal with him for future recordings. More »

 

Kevin Spacey accuser who tried to sue anonymously is dismissed from case

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge on Thursday dismissed all claims by one of two men suing the actor Kevin Spacey over alleged sexual misconduct in the 1980s, after the plaintiff refused to identify himself publicly. More »

 

Despite divorce, Kim Kardashian says she is Kanye West's biggest fan

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Kim Kardashian said her ex-husband Kanye West is like family, despite their divorce, adding in a television show to air on Thursday that she will always be his biggest fan. More »

 

Diana Ross says 'Thank You' in new music after 15 years

LONDON (Reuters) - American singer Diana Ross expresses her gratitude in new single "Thank You" released on Thursday, the title track from her first studio album in 15 years. More »

 

Miley Cyrus can use name as trademark in Europe after long-running row

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - U.S. pop star Miley Cyrus has won the right to use her name as a trademark on a wide range of products in the European Union, after Europe's top court on Wednesday annulled a decision by the EU patent office to limit the scope of her brand. More »

 

Harry Potter, 'Friends' may fall victim to Hungary's anti-LGBT law: broadcaster

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - The largest broadcasters in Hungary criticised a new law banning the "display and promotion of homosexuality" among under-18s as a threat to freedom of expression, and one said it could impact showings of some Harry Potter films and classic TV shows. More »

 

Spotify strikes exclusive deal with 'Call Her Daddy' podcast

(Reuters) - Spotify Technology SA on Tuesday announced a multi-year deal to stream the popular podcast 'Call Her Daddy', hosted by Alex Cooper on its audio streaming platform, in its latest exclusive tie-up to keep listeners hooked. More »

 

Norway wealth fund backs Vivendi's plan to spin off Universal Music

OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's $1.35 trillion sovereign wealth fund, the world's largest, said on Thursday it would support Vivendi's plan to spin off Universal Music, including the distribution-in-kind of shares to Vivendi shareholders. More »

 

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