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A photo of a truck driver that went viral due to the woman bearing Amy Schumer’s resemblance appears to be a doctored image. Last week (June 10) Schumer came to learn of the photograph and shared her confusion about her doppelgänger. “Wait, what’s going on at a truck stop? -me 😢” she wrote on Twitter. […]

Jacinda Ardern has said a proposed film exploring the reaction to deadly killings at two mosques in Christchurch two years ago shouldn’t not focus on her. The Prime Minister of New Zealand said in a news conference that the Muslim community should be the centre of the movie because she doesn’t consider her response “to […]

Hamilton Harris, star of controversial ’90s teen movie Kids, has opened up about how he “felt exploited” by the film’s narrative. Larry Clark’s 1995 film portrayed disaffected youth in New York City, and depicted sex and drug use among teenagers at the time. At the time, it attracted controversy due to the presence of drugs […]

Jennifer Lawrence has taken part in a new voting advert, criticising “cheating” Republicans in a “radical wing” of the GOP. The advert was created by non-profit organisation RepresentUs, who work to ensure state and local laws around voting in the United States are made in accordance with the American Anti-Corruption Act. “Whatever your personal politics […]

The Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) has called for an urgent intervention from the UK government for festivals after the easing of coronavirus restrictions was delayed by a month. Tonight (June 14), Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the date of June 21, in which all coronavirus restrictions would be lifted in England, will now be […]

The Streets‘ Mike Skinner has responded to the British government’s announcement that plans to ease lockdown restrictions by June 21 will be delayed for a further four weeks. When it was announced back in March that the UK’s roadmap to ending coronavirus restrictions would see the end of social distancing requirements and the return of […]

Juan Nelson, the long-term bassist for Ben Harper and The Innocent Criminals, has died aged 62. Harper confirmed the news on Twitter, saying: “Beloved husband, father, musical genius, BHIC band member of 27 years, and the finest man I’ve ever known. It’s near impossible for me to put words to this pain and loss. Rest […]

Noel Gallagher has shared his thoughts on the upcoming new Oasis documentary about the band’s legendary Knebworth gigs. The new film – which is being released to mark the 25th anniversary of the August 1996 shows – will “lean heavily on never-before-seen archive footage that was shot at the time of the legendary shows,” Gallagher […]

Leading figures from within the nightlife industry have spoken of their disappointment, after Boris Johnson confirmed that England’s so-called “Freedom Day” will not take place on June 21. The Prime Minister confirmed this evening (June 14) that the date to drop all coronavirus restrictions will be delayed until July 19 in light of the spread […]

Van Morrison has announced a series of U.S. tour dates that will commence on Sept. 25 in Greenwood Village, Colo., travel down the California coast and then finish with three shows at Las Vegas’ the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in February next year. The tour will follow the release of Morrison’s most recent album, 2020’s Latest Record […]