Golden Globes fashion: Stars return for soggy carpet
The stars were back Tuesday for the Golden Globes' return to television, walking a soggy grayish carpet in relatively predictable looks — with a few notable exceptions. Heidi Klum, not long after her Halloween worm appearance, showed up in a sky-high silver sparkler with a feathery embellishment over one shoulder as the crowd was treated to a reprieve from rain that has plagued Southern California. Eddie Redmayne showed up in brown with a huge silk flower on one lapel, courtesy of Valentino.news.yahoo.com
Ryan Reynolds documents his first colonoscopy to raise awareness about cancer screening
Actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney invite cameras to document their first colonoscopy in order to raise awareness about cancer screening. "CBS Mornings" has the first look, and Dr. Jon LaPook explains who should get screened and why more younger adults are being diagnosed.news.yahoo.com
Play 'Thoughts of a Colored Man' to get a Broadway run
NEW YORK – Playwright Keenan Scott II's play “Thoughts of a Colored Man,” a work about the outer and inner lives of Black men, is heading to the bright lights of Broadway. The play will be given a Shubert theater and will open whenever Broadway restarts. The play made its world premiere last year at Syracuse Stage and also was produced at Baltimore Center Stage. While discussions of transferring “Thoughts of a Colored Man” to Broadway predated the protests, Moreland said the show's championing of diversity and inclusion fits perfectly in an era of Black Lives Matter and outcries over young Black deaths. Several theater companies — including The Public Theater, Second Stage Theater, Roundabout Theatre Company and Lincoln Center Theater — have appointed or elevated theater artists of color.
Massive Turnout on VP Records YouTube Channel for COVID-19 Telethon Jamaica
Over 200,000 People Globally Tuned into the COVID-19 Telethon Jamaica Together We Stand on the VP Records YouTube ChannelNew York On Easter Sunday, April 12th, over 200,000 people watched the six-hour live streaming event Telethon Jamaica Together We Stand, a fundraising initiative spearheaded by an alliance of charitable organizations through the endorsement of Jamaicas Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport. The event featured an array of Jamaican luminaries including Prime Minister Andrew Holness, Usain Bolt and actress Sheryl Lee Ralph among others. The event aired on TVJ in Jamaica and was simulcast in its entirety via online streaming platforms including VP Records YouTube channel which yielded a live audience of 12,000 active viewers and over 200,000 post event views. There was massive activity on social media channels including live streams and posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Proceeds from the sales of the limited-edition T-shirts and caps, adorned with the official Telethon Jamaica logo designed by Mark Chambers, will go to benefit Jamaicas health sector and security forces.sflcn.com