Cindy Rueda is suing Combs for sexual harassment, retaliation, defamation, failure to pay overtime and intentional infliction of emotional distress, among other claims, reports The Hollywood Reporter. The chef says she was framed for theft and then fired after complaining about sexual harassment and payment issues.
A complaint filed Monday (May 8) in the L.A. County Superior Court reveals that Rueda was employed by Combs in 2015 and often worked from 9 a.m. to midnight or later, without being paid overtime. She was also often asked to serve food for Combs and his guests "immediately following sexual activity" and it was during these occurrences that she was allegedly harassed, the claim states. Read more detailshere.
Variety reports the new American Idol comes from FremantleMedia North America and Core Media Group's 19 Entertainment. The iconic reality singing show ran for 15 seasons on Fox, and for eight consecutive seasons, was the highest rated show on television. After dwindling ratings, Fox aired the show's final season in 2016.
"American Idol is a pop-culture staple that left the air too soon," Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment, said in a statement. "ABC is the right home to reignite the fan base. We are thrilled viewers will once again share in these inspiring stories of people realizing their dreams."
The iconic show confirmed the rumors on social media Tuesday (May 9). Check out the posthere.
Soon afterward TMZ and other media outlets linked this episode to her alleged suicide attempt and mental health issues from last year. To address these circulating rumors and reassure her fans, Kehlani released a video over social media, saying she was fine mentally but was just physically sick and exhausted. She said all she needs is rest so she can be ready for her show tomorrow in Detroit.
She posted the video with the caption, "Hey guys not sure why blogs are reporting that I had a mental breakdown but mentally I'm f—ing fantastic lol physically tour is EXHAUSTING and people get sick all the time. Please be aware what you spread in regards to mental health; that can be really detrimental. I love you guys! Speak only what you know." Check out video from the show, and Kehelani's responsehere.
The film features exclusive interviews and behind the scenes footage shot in Jamaica, Los Angeles and London. The documentary will also feature Harry and his band performing the album's songs live for the first time at Abbey Road Studios in London.
Harry Styles: Behind the Album is set to premiere on Apple Music on Monday, May 15th and fans can get an early look at what to expect with the just released trailer, which can be streamedhere.
The rapper borrowed the series name from a show that was originally developed for GOLF media which included clips about the making of Tyler's "F—ing Young" video, reports Billboard.
While not much is known about the show, Odd Future confirmed the news via Twitter on Monday evening (May 8). Meanwhile, after attending a Viceland presentation, Wall Street Journal reporter Lara O'Reilly tweeted that the show would be about Tyler "finding out how things are made." Read morehere.
The rapper was performing his track, "Money Longer" when he climbed on top of a 20-foot tent and jumped off into the crowd below when the beat dropped.
A video shows the rapper taking a leap and coming down on a huge crowd who had their arms raised, waiting for him. There is no word yet on if the rapper was injured during this stunt. Check out the fan footagehere.
The country music trio captivated the crowd in attendance at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena with their spot-on harmonies before the Predators beat the St. Louis Blues 4-2.
Following Lady Antebellum's performance, the Nashville Predators played an intense hockey game where they came out winners and as a result will head to the Western Conference final in the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time in franchise history. Read more and watch the performancehere.
Directed by Alon Isocianu, the video stars actress and model Shelley Hennig (Teen Wolf, Days of Our Lives) alongside Garrett Hines (NCIS:NOLA, Agents of Shield) as a couple moving in together. As their relationship develops, Hennig shares her dream of moving to Los Angeles to be a dancer. Her once loving partner doesn't quite understand why she has to leave him to pursue an unlikely career and the couple's relationship unravels on screen.
"Why do you need more than this? Why can't you just be happy with this?" Hines asks. Meanwhile, Morris is shown in her dressing room before a performance singing the emotional track as the video's characters act out the storyline on screen.
Morris co-wrote the soaring ballad with Jimmy Robbins and Laura Veltz for her major label debut, Hero. "I Could Use a Love Song" follows Morris' previous singles "80s Mercedes" and "My Church." Watch the videohere.
The concert series will be kicking off in Cleveland, Ohio on July 5th at the Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica, and lasts until August 8th in Seattle, Washington at the WaMu Theater.
A special presale for Citi Cardmembers is scheduled to begin today, May 10th and will be followed by the general public tickets sales set to begin on May 12th. See the tour dateshere.
Directed by Denis Villeneuve, this film is the long anticipated sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 cult classic Blade Runner. The actor/frontman will appear with original cast member and Hollywood giant Harrison Ford, along with Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Robin White and Mackenzie Davis.
Ford will reprise his role Rick Deckard in the movie, which takes place 30 years after the events of the last film. Blade Runner 2049 is slated for an Oct. 6 release. Watch the trailerhere.
"Been hard to keep this secret but we couldn't be happier to add to our family," Aldean wrote in the post. "This year just gets better and better. #bunintheoven"
"SURPRISE!!! WE ARE PREGNANT!!!" wrote Brittany. "This was the hardest secret we've ever had to keep This journey for us has been full of many happy times & also many tears… The biggest rollercoaster we have ever been on, without a doubt! All of the moments of heartache were followed by the biggest blessing in the entire world!! We will never take one moment for granted & can't wait to meet you, sweet baby!!!"
Alden has two daughters, Kendyl and Keeley from his previous marriage. Check out the postshere.
In the video, they skip through "Just Dance," "Love Game," "Poker Face," "Paparazzi," "Bad Romance," "Telephone," "Alejandro," "Marry the Night," "Born this Way," "Judas," "The Edge of Glory," "YoÃ¼ And I," "Applause," "G.U.Y.," "Perfect Illusion," "The Cure" and "Million Reasons" to demonstrate how Gaga's grown throughout the years.
Lady Gaga caught wind of the tribute and shared it on Twitter--she retweeted Superfruit with a simple star emoji, indicating her approval. Watch Superfruit's Lady Gaga medleyhere.
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