‘dancing With The Stars’ Recap: Unhappy Ending For Hollywood Nights

‘Breaking Bad’ Finale Party At Hollywood Forever Cemetery In LA Was A Fitting Tribute To The Show

The purpose of the cheat sheet was so staff could be economical with the truth if fans were to question them about Britney lip-synching. The shows director, Baz Halpin, who has designed tours for Katy Perry, Pink and Taylor Swift, referred us to Spears camp when we asked about her issues with the set. Halpin told Billboard hes been working on the set for four months, and that the level of detail in this show is ridiculous. Spears rep says the singer is very happy with the stage and the venue. It is actually bigger than previous stages she has performed on. The venue will be groundbreaking, he said. PHOTOS: BRITNEY SPEARS: HER MOST MEMORABLE MOMENTS ANGELINAS WITH A NEW BAND For the second time this year, Angelina Jolie is showing off a brand new gold band on her left ring finger, sparking rumors that she and fiance Brad Pitt got hitched. While out and about with kids Knox, Zahara, Pax and Shiloh in Bondi Beach, Australia, the Unbroken director wore two gold bands instead of the massive engagement ring given to her by Pitt in the spring of 2012. Not that we were expecting an invitation, but we would have appreciated a save-the-date. COSTAS STARS AS SPORTS SUB Big spenders and sports legends came out to see Brian Williams and got Bob Costas instead on Monday night. Williams was slated to host the 28th annual Great Sports Legends Dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria, but was pulled away by his day job as it became clear NBC would need all hands on deck to cover the government shutdown. Costas said he got the call about 3 p.m. Monday to host that evenings dinner, benefiting the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis. Longtime sportscaster Costas was more than up for the job. There are 1,300 people at the Waldorf, said Costas in his opening presentation. If youve been here before, you know that half of them get introduced. He then went on to introduce honorees, including former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, Queens-bred two-time NBA champion Kenny Smith and Queens-born philanthropist Stewart Rahr, who made a surprising $2.2 million donation to the cause. Also attending were super-jocks Terry Bradshaw, Dave Winfield, James Worthy and Gary Stevens. Robert Sabo/New York Daily News Daniel Radcliffe calls his role as Allen Ginsberg mind-altering stuff.

“After he told me that I did not have a warrant for my arrest, and he started asking me about drugs for the third time, I said, ‘Are you doing this because we’re black?'” Johnson told HLN. “And that was when everything took a turn for the worst. He patted the car, he walked back to his car, he put on gloves. The next thing I knew, he was handcuffing Dennis.” “He told me … I was being detained for his safety because he didn’t know me,” Johnson said. “At this time I became distraught,” White wrote in his account of the incident. “I have been racially profiled several times in my lifetime but it touched my core when my woman was included.” Marion County Sheriff Mark Richardson issued a statement on Monday in regard to the actors’ claims: “Discrimination in any form, including racial profiling, is strictly prohibited by this department and as Sheriff of Marion County SC, I can assure you I will take immediate and appropriate action to investigate the allegations of racial profiling made by Mr. White and Ms. Johnson. This matter will be dealt with by an internal investigation within the department and I will also ask the State Law Enforcement Division to review the allegation made against Deputy Barfield.” It was Johnson’s first experience being handcuffed. Several of her family members work in law enforcement, Johnson said, adding that she’s “never been afraid of cops or had bad opinions of them.” This time was different. After thoroughly searching the car, the officer removed the handcuffs and let the couple go. “No apology, no nothing,” White wrote. White says he won’t stop talking about the incident until “that racist cop” is reprimanded and punished. “We’ve been conditioned to just think that it’s OK — that we have to just sweep it under the rug,” White told HLN.

Hollywood couple stopped by police, say they were racially profiled

Plus, I am pushing myself so hard because I want to win this, he admitted. Well, Bill just threw his white cowboy hat and mask into the ring with his excellent, crowd-pleasing routine. And by the time he spun Emma like a compass at the end of the routine he had the crowd whooping in delight. Hi-ho Engvall! Tom boomed at the end. Yee-haw! exulted Carrie Ann. You nailed the paso! All your movements were perfectly in sync every single line was matching Emma perfectly. Len revealed he loved the Lone Ranger and Tonto as well as a kid. If you would have come out on horse Silver you would have gotten a 10, the head judge said. That was your best dance. The Lone Ranger is a hit! Bruno exulted. So much attack! Total: 24. PHOTOS: Hollywood Backlot moments Derek Hough explained to Amber Riley that their Charleston needed to be over the top.

Hollywood Christmas Parade Tries for World’s Longest Red Carpet Record

| Brandon Kidd photography Get TV Newsletters: Subscribe Follow: “Breaking Bad” is finished, and even though there’s plenty of celebration over Vince Gilligan and Co. sticking the landing , it still feels a little bit like a funeral. It probably doesn’t help that I watched the finale at a cemetery. to the end of “Breaking Bad” It was an awesome event for fans — with tickets selling out in under a minute, and even more being given away by Paul, including a day with Paul auctioned off on Omaze — but it was also a wrap party of sorts for the cast, writers and so many crew members who made the trip from Albuquerque. With “Breaking Bad”-themed cocktails by Bushmills and a photo op with an RV, of course, the event kicked off with a screening of the “Breaking Bad” pilot episode before we watched the series finale, under the stars, projected onto the side of a mausoleum, with gravestones scattered all around. If you’ve seen the episode, you know how fitting that was. (If not, what are you waiting for?) After the finale ended, the cast took to the stage with Jimmy Kimmel to talk about saying goodbye to the hit series and to share a few funny behind-the-scenes stories, including Vince Gilligan’s humble confession about one very poignant scene in the finale. The fortunate accident occurred during the scene when Skyler (Anna Gunn) was on the phone with Marie (Betsy Brandt), and the camera panned to reveal Walt standing in her kitchen. Skyler’s reflection appeared perfectly in the microwave, but Gilligan confessed that it wasn’t intentional. When the editor complimented him on the layers of detail in the shot, Gilligan was shocked to see the cool final effect of something he hadn’t realized he’d even captured. It’s things like that that make fans love the show even more, but it’s also Paul and Cranston’s real-life friendship. The two stars shared some very heartfelt moments together on stage:

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When the Hollywood Christmas Parade marches down Hollywood Boulevard on Dec. 1, the focus will be on an area organizers say will feature the largest red carpet in history. This years event will be very special for parade attendees as we will be presenting all of the musical performances on the red carpet area in front of the grandstands, said Jim Romanovich, president of worldwide media at Associated Television International, which is producing the telecast. The organizers plan to submit the size of the red carpet to Guinness World Records. They also claim that the parade will have more celebrities than any other. The hosts again this year are Erik Estrada (Worlds Funniest Moments, CHiPS) and Laura McKenzie (Worlds Funniest Moments, Laura McKenzies Traveler). Dean Cain (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Ripleys Believe It or Not!) and Montel Williams (The Montel Williams Show) will again this year be featured hosts. The 82nd annual Hollywood Christmas Parade this year takes an international approach with bands from Canada, Australia and Guatemala. The grand parade that loops from Hollywood Boulevard to Sunset Boulevard is being held closer to holiday season than usual. In past years, it has typically been in late November, right after Thanksgiving. According to Romanovich, the ATI telecast will be shown on the Hallmark Channel and the Hallmark Movie Channel and will be distributed in syndication worldwide. It will also be shown on the American Forces Network and online. This year, as in the past several years, the parade will be produced in association with the City of Los Angeles (Mayor Eric Garcetti). The parade will benefit Marine Toys for Tots Foundation.