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Usher Reacts to 'Watch This' Going Viral, Brings 'Intimate' and 'Theatrical' New Show to Las Vegas (Exclusive)
Usher couldn't help but laugh over his meme moment in a recent interview with ET, delivering the now viral line from his Tiny Desk concert once again. «It was just an impromptu moment,» he tells ET's Denny Directo at Dolby Live at Park MGM in Las Vegas, where he was celebrating the opening of his newest Sin City residency over the weekend. «I think I've done it a lot onstage and then decided to do it there and it became something new.» Usher took fans on a roll through his expansive, decades-long career of hitmaking over the weekend, kicking off his immersive yet «intimate» residency with back-to-back sold-out shows on Friday and Saturday. «I played in a million and one concerts and arenas and having this amazing venue to not only be intimate with my audience, but then to also try some things that have recently become relevant to me and to the world,» Usher says of the experience, which marks his second foray into the world of Las Vegas residencies. «There's a theatrical aspect to the show.»«It kind of speaks to the aspect of this triple threat… and Las Vegas should celebrate all of them,» he continues. «I went to Las Vegas once and I was like, 'Let me try to be a little more theatrical, let me bring a little bit of Broadway into it.'» Fans can also expect new music from Usher on the horizon, as the hitmaker is gearing up to release his eighth studio album.
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Erika Jayne on Rebuilding Her Life Amid 'Nasty Legal Battle' and Drama With Sutton Stracke (Exclusive)
Erika Jayne opened up to ET about her ongoing legal and personal conflicts, saying she never thought she'd be in a situation so complex.The 50-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has been ensnared in a legal battle concerning her divorce from her now-estranged husband, Thomas Girardi, and their alleged embezzlement of money that was meant for the families of the victims in the fatal Lion Air plane crash of 2018.She's also been the subject of increased media attention surrounding her feud with fellow star Sutton Stracke, who allegedly spread rumors surrounding Jayne's involvement in the lawsuit while the group was filming season 12. «It's not a good place to be and I feel like the court of public opinion is also hard to navigate because people don't have all of the facts, and they tend to gravitate towards sensationalized headlines,» Jayne told ET's Denny Directo.    «I think people have sort of dehumanized me into this place,» she said, saying that the public sometimes seems to think she doesn't care about the severity of the claims made against her, «which is not the case. I'm fighting literally for my life.» Though the last two years have brought intense scrutiny, she sees a light at the end of the tunnel. «Some of the immediate pressure has been lifted and time has gone on,» she said.