Kerry Sanders is retiring after 32 years at NBC News.
Kerry Sanders is retiring after 32 years at NBC News.
A new Miss Universe was crowned in New Orleans, Louisiana from the 84 beauty queens that entered the pageant. Harnaaz Sandhu, the representative from India and the titleholder from the previous year, crowned R’Bonney Gabriel of USA as the new Miss Universe.
Ryan Coogler has revealed the complicated backstory on what his film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was supposed to be before the tragic death of the original film’s star, Chadwick Boseman.
Despite the wide range of topics shorts directors Verónica Echegui, Vanessa Beletic, Brianna Devons and actor Lamar Usher bring to the table through stories of dance, resilience and acting, the group shares a common goal of breaking tired Hollywood clichés by adding voices of authenticity to the existing narratives.“Hollywood has done a great disservice to the Haitian community,” Beletic told TheWrap during the “Live Action Shorts Showcase” for the 2022-2023 Awards Season Screening Series. “Anytime Haiti comes up in any conversation, when it comes to cinema, we think of voodoo, which has been co opted and used and bastardized and turned into something that’s like, demonic and scary.
Naomi Osaka gave fans an update on how she is doing.The athlete said on Good Morning America on Tuesday that taking a mental health break from tennis in 2021 was 'necessary.''I wouldn't have wanted it any other way,' shared the beauty who wore a pale blue satin suit with a feather trim. Helping: Naomi Osaka gave fans an update on how she is doing.
Banijay’s Americas division has bought a majority stake in Brazilian TV and film producer A Fábrica.
**Spoilers ahead for “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” You’ve been warned.** In a long, epic film about grief and loss, one of the most emotional moments in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” comes at the very end. In the mid-credits scene, it is revealed that T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) and Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) actually had a kid off-screen, and he’s been living with Nakia in Haiti, away from Wakanda and his place in the kingdom.
John Dartigue, a 22-year Warner Bros executive who rose to VP Publicity and supervised campaigns for such hits as The Fugitive and The Dark Knight and after starting his career at United Artists and working on the first 10 James Bonds pics, has died. He was 82.
Finding inspiration. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Lupita Nyong’o plays the grieving lover of T’Challa, the character played by the late Chadwick Boseman, but in reality, the actress turned to Boseman’s widow, Simone Ledward Boseman, for inspiration.
Honoring the king. When Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer in August 2020, director Ryan Coogler reworked the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever script to write out the late actor’s character.
Sean Penn's son Hopper has revealed how he 'butted heads for a long time' with his actor father while growing up, in a searing new interview with People Magazine.Aspiring actor Hopper, 29, who previously credited his father, 62, for saving his life when he battled crystal meth addiction as a teen, said the Milk star was a 'strict' parent but has chilled out with age.Appearing in People's Sexiest Man Alive issue as part of a portfolio on famous sons, Hopper said: 'He was strict, and I was always getting into trouble. We butted heads for a long time. But it's very lax now.
The Television Academy will honor Sean Penn with the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award and induct six new legends into its Hall of Fame in November.
Andy Cohen is walking back his part in this recent Real Housewives of Beverly Hills drama!
After a concert collapse last week, Haitian singer Mikaben's family is speaking out on his tragic death and asking for privacy. In a release shared to Fox News Digital, Mikaben, born Michael Benjamin, was remembered as a "strong personality" with an undeniable charisma. "The Benjamin family would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the outpouring of love and support you have shown us regarding the sudden departure of our beloved Mikaben.
E! News reports that medical professionals performed CPR on Mikaben, whose real name was Michael Benjamin, and fans were asked to leave the venue. His death was confirmed by the arena’s management team in a Twitter post sent in the early hours of Sunday (October 16) morning.Writing in French, the message translated to: “Last night during the Carimi concert one of the singers, Michael Benjamin, Mikaben of his artist name, died following a malaise on stage and despite the intervention of the emergency services.”A cause of death has not been revealed.Mikaben, who released the albums ‘Atis Lokal Pap Janm Lague’ in 2010 and ‘Mkbn’ in 2018, has been honoured by those close to him as well as musicians including Wyclef Jean. He also appeared on compilation records and collaborated with Haitian compas bands including Carimi and T-Vice.The singer’s pregnant wife, Vanessa, took to Twitter to ask for people to stop calling as she’s in “no condition to talk”.
The Guardian, he may have suffered a heart attack or cardiac arrest.Haiti’s Prime Minister, Ariel Henry, confirmed the news of Mikaben’s passing on Twitter Saturday.“I am devastated by the news of the sudden death of the young and very talented artist Michael Benjamin ‘Mikaben’. It is a great reference of Haitian music which has just passed away,” he tweeted in French.“The country and the Haitian youth have lost a beautiful soul.
Tributes have poured in from across the globe as fans come together to mourn the much-beloved singer who sadly passed away on Saturday (October 15).The music artist, whose legal name is Michael Benjamin, reportedly stopped the performance at Accor Arena in Paris, France, before falling to the ground. READ NEXT:Eminem's net worth and why Michael Jackson owned some of his music after bitter feudThe 41-year-old musician is suspected of having had a cardiac arrest with the arena announcing on Twitter that he died after suffering a "seizure on stage and despite the efforts of emergency services.”Fans in attendance caught the moment on video and shared the footage across social media. Medical professionals performed CPR on the renowned talent as fans were asked to leave the venue.The artist, who was the son of singer Lionel Benjamin, leaves behind a daughter, a son and wife, Vanessa, who is expecting a baby.Vanessa appeared on Instagram on Sunday (October 16) to write to followers, expressing her grief over the tragedy.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.She wrote: “Thank you for the prayers, but please stop calling me.
Mikaben has passed away at 41.
Much-loved Haitian singer Mikaben has died aged 41 after he collapsed on stage. The musician fell after the end of his show at the Accor Arena in Paris on Saturday (15. 10.
Michael Benjamin, a Haitian singer known by "Mikaben," has died after collapsing during a performance in Paris over the weekend.The musician was 41. Mikaben was performing with his band CaRiMi when he walked to the back of the stage following his performance. Haiti's Prime Minister, Ariel Henry, took to Twitter on Saturday to confirm Mikaben’s passing.
Haitian singer Mikaben has suddenly passed away at the age of 41.
Celebrated Haitian musician Mikaben has tragically passed away.
Fans are mourning the death of beloved Haitian singer Mikaben after he died suddenly on Saturday, October 15.The 41-year-old music artist collapsed after ending his show at Accor Arena in Paris unexpectedly.Mikaben, whose legal name was Michael Benjamin, stopped the show abruptly to exit the stage before falling to the floor, E! News reported. Rest in peace: Fans are mourning the sudden death of beloved Haitian singer Mikaben after he died suddenly on Saturday, October 15Fans in attendance caught the moment on video and shared the footage across social media.Medical professionals performed CPR on the renowned talent as fans were asked to leave the venue. The medical attention was to no avail, and the singer was pronounced dead with no cause of death determined at the moment.On October 16 around 1:30am the arena took to Twitter to confirm the sad news.
has died after collapsing on stage during a concert in Paris, France.The acclaimed artist -- whose real name is Michael Benjamin — was performing at the 20,000-seat Accor Arena as a guest of the Haitian group Carimi.As he was exiting the stage, Mikaben suddenly collapsed to the shock of fans in the audience and was rushed to be seen by emergency services.Accor Arena confirmed the news of his death on Sunday, sharing a statement to Twitter. The statement, written in French, explained that Mikaben «died after suffering a malaise on stage, despite the efforts of emergency services.»Audience members shared videos of the shocking moment to social media, which showed Mikaben performing before stopping unexpectedly and beginning to make his way to the back of the stage before falling to the floor.Mikaben, son of iconic singer Lionel Benjamin, was born Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince in 1981.
Arcade Fire is no longer where it’s at.The alt-rock star has dropped out of supporting the Canadian band on the US leg of its “We” trek two weeks before it’s due to start on Oct. 27.Although Beck didn’t give a reason why he was quitting the tour, he is the second artist to bail on Arcade Fire following Feist, who cited the sexual misconduct allegations against the group’s lead singer, Win Butler, as her reason for leaving the European leg in September.“I can’t continue,” the “I Feel It All” singer wrote on Twitter about her “incredibly difficult” decision to split from her fellow Canadians on tour.“To stay on tour would symbolize I was either defending or ignoring the harm caused by Win Butler and to leave would imply I was the judge and jury,” she wrote.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas waved away criticism from lawmakers calling for his impeachment on Friday, saying that his critics' rhetoric about the border being "open" was inspiring further illegal immigration. A group of Republican lawmakers — led by Sen.Ted Cruz of Texas — demanded Mayorkas resign after Fox News reported he was alerted to an article stating that no Haitian migrants were "whipped" by Border Patrol agents on Sept.
Beck will no longer open for Arcade Fire on their North American tour, it’s been reported, with his removal coming less than two weeks before the run is scheduled to begin.Billboard reports that Beck has backed out of the tour, with his role instead being filled by Haitian outfit Boukman Eksperyans. At the time of writing, however, Beck is yet to address his removal from the tour, and has not shared a formal announcement through any of his official channels.The move comes some seven weeks after Arcade Fire’s frontman, Win Butler, was accused of sexual assault by multiple women.
Beck has become the latest artist to drop off the Arcade Fire tour. Today, he withdrew as the opening act after appearing in that capacity on the group’s European leg.
Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Arcade Fire is having trouble keeping name acts in the opening slots for its arena tours. Beck has now dropped out of his position as the opener for the group’s U.S. tour, without any explanation so far. In an email sent to ticket buyers, Beck was described only as “unfortunately no longer able to join Arcade Fire on their upcoming North American tour. Taking his place will be Boukman Eksperyans,” described as a Grammy-nominated Haitian roots band. Contacted by Variety, Beck’s reps declined to comment on his bowing out. The move was not necessarily a surprise, as fans had already been speculating whether the singer-songwriter might exit the Arcade Fire outing, after Win Butler was accused of sexual misconduct in an August Pitchfork article. Feist dropped out of her opening slot on the European leg of the tour after playing just the first two dates.
Protecting her family. Garcelle Beauvais is looking into her belief that fellow Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Diana Jenkins purchased online bots to cyberbully her 14-year-old son Jax.
House Republican Conference chairwoman Elise Stefanik of New York called on Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to resign amid new revelations in the agency’s "whipping" scandal. Stefanik hopped on a video interview with Fox News Digital on Thursday, where she made the call for Mayorkas to step down as DHS secretary when asked whether he should resign amid the new information on the Border Patrol "whipping" allegations.
Roving gangs have gained power throughout Haiti over the past 15 months in the wake of former President Jovenel Moïse's assassination, blockading essential ports and terrorizing citizens who are increasingly in need of basic supplies like food and medicine. The Biden administration announced this week that it will deploy security assistance to Haiti's National Police and issue visa restrictions on Haitian officials involved with gangs. The move falls short of "a specialized armed force" that Haitian Prime Minister Ariel Henry requested from the international community, an action that U.S. Sen.
The latest revelations about the year-long controversy over false claims that Border Patrol agents "whipped" or "strapped" Haitian migrants are likely to exacerbate already sour relations between Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and agents. Fox News reported Tuesday how Mayorkas was told hours before a White House press conference in September 2021 that the photographer who captured a clash between Border Patrol agents and Haitian migrants in Del Rio, Texas, days earlier had said that the incident was being misconstrued.
Left-leaning outlets have ignored the latest development in the debunked story about Border Patrol agents supposedly whipping Haitian migrants, despite previously parroting the claim. According to a Sept 24, 2021 email obtained by the Heritage Foundation, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was told that the photographer who captured a clash between Border Patrol agents and Haitian migrants in Del Rio had said that the incident was being misconstrued. But hours before, Mayorkas attended a White House press conference where he failed to challenge the false narrative, pushed by other members of the Biden administration, including the president himself.
Fox News host Jesse Watters ripped DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on "The Five" Wednesday after Fox News reported he was alerted to an article stating that no Haitian migrants were "whipped" by Border Patrol agents on Sept. 19, 2021. Mayorkas, Watters argued, made President Biden look "foolish" and let innocent Border Patrol agents get smeared.
Republican legislators are slamming Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas after Fox News reported he was alerted to an article stating that no Haitian migrants were "whipped" by Border Patrol agents on Sept. 19, 2021. The email, which was sent on Sept.
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