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Taylor Swift voted artist of year for sixth time at American Music Awards

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Taylor Swift was named artist of the year at the American Music Awards on Sunday and won two other trophies in a ceremony held live in Los Angeles amid tight coronavirus curbs. Read More

 

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'Freaky' Repeats as Winner at Quiet U.S. Box Office With $1.2 Million

LOS ANGELES, (Variety.com) - Body-swap horror comedy "Freaky" repeated as the winner of a seriously subdued U.S. box office with $1.2 million at 2,057 locations in North America. More »

 

K-Pop's BTS marks year of the pandemic with 'BE' album, and single 'Life Goes On'

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean megaband BTS released their latest album "BE" on Friday and will perform the new single "Life Goes On" remotely for the 2020 American Music Awards on Sunday, the group's music label said. More »

 

Romantic comedy, veteran actress win big at Chinese-language 'Oscars'

TAIPEI (Reuters) - A veteran actress and a romantic comedy stole the limelight at this year's Golden Horse Awards, the Chinese-speaking world's version of the Oscars, in Taiwan on Saturday, with China largely absent for a second year following a dispute over politics. More »

 

Temple kissing scenes stir trouble for Netflix India

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian state on Sunday asked police to investigate after a member of the country's ruling party objected to scenes in the Netflix series A Suitable Boy, in which a Hindu girl kisses a Muslim boy against the backdrop of a Hindu temple. More »

 

Back with new Afrobeat album, veteran musician Bockarie asks for better Sierra Leone

FREETOWN (Reuters) - Sierra Leonean musician and activist Emmerson Bockarie is no stranger to controversy, having received death threats from all ends of the country's political spectrum over two decades and three successive governments. More »

 

Jailed producer Harvey Weinstein does not have COVID-19, spokesmen say

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein has not contracted the novel coronavirus while in prison, his spokesmen said on Thursday, but he is being closely monitored due to a number of other health issues. More »

 

Josh Groban seeking "Harmony" through new album

(Reuters) - Josh Groban is wishing for some "Harmony" as he releases a new album with that title during a virtual concert tour that lacks the usual live action and applause. More »

 

'Wonder Woman 1984' to hit theaters and streaming on Christmas

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Superhero movie "Wonder Woman 1984" will debut simultaneously in U.S. theaters and on AT&T Inc's HBO Max streaming service starting on Christmas Day, an unusual release plan prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. More »

 

Something old, something new: Gucci revives classics to regain edge

MILAN (Reuters) - Gucci is revisiting 1960s handbags and other classics in its latest collection, mixing them with up-to-the-minute sneakers and logoed skateboards, as it seeks to reach a wider audience and reverse a fall in sales after years of stellar growth. More »

 

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