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MAFS UK fans 'can't unsee' Roy Cropper after Richie gets compared to Corrie icon
Married At First Sight UK fans "can't unsee" Roy Cropper after Richie gets compared to the iconic Coronation Street character.Richie Dews is currently starring on MAFS UK, with the musician marrying Canadian Lara at first sight at the start of the series.Last night (September 13) during the episode that saw Richie and Lara go through a very frosty patch in their partnership, Reddit users discussed who Richie reminds them of.READ NEXT: Married At First Sight UK star furious as 'great' scenes cut from wedding episodeTaking to Reddit, one person posted a split photo of Richie besides Roy and asked: "Does anyone else think Richie looks like Roy Cropper from Coronation Street?"One person commented: "I see it, also John bishop comes to mind."Another then added: "And sounds like Gary Barlow.""My friend said the other night that he looks like the Mark Owen in a low budget Take That tribute act and it’s all I can see now," penned a third.While a fourth simply said: "Can’t unsee it now!"And Reddit isn't the only place online that has people comparing Richie to Roy, Twitter users are too.Earlier this month one person took to Twitter and said: "Can’t unsee Richie looking like Roy Cropper now I’ve seen someone point it out."While a second pointed out: "Has anyone seen Richie and Roy Cropper in the same room? Just saying."Richie from Sheffield, South Yorks works as sales advisor but has worked in the music industry for 23 years.The music-mad hopeless romantic has a link to Sheryl Crow.Richie considers himself to be deep, emotional, a good laugh, clever, and socially and emotionally intelligent.
Seth Meyers - Bruce Springsteen - Robin Williams - John Mulaney - Conan Obrien - Jerry Seinfeld - Jon Stewart - Sheryl Crow - Jeff Ross - Bruce Springsteen, the Lumineers to perform at Stand Up for Heroes 2022 benefit in New York - nme.com - New York - New York - Iraq
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Bruce Springsteen, the Lumineers to perform at Stand Up for Heroes 2022 benefit in New York
Bruce Springsteen will once again perform at this year’s Stand Up for Heroes benefit New York, with the annual event’s 16th edition taking place at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on November 7.This year’s instalment of the event – which supports the Bob Woodruff Foundation‘s mission to “find, fund, shape, and accelerate equitable solutions that help the veteran and military community thrive” – will also feature The Lumineers, comedian Jon Stewart, Amber Iman, Hasan Minhaj, Jeff Ross, Iliza Shlesinger and more. Tickets are on sale now.“After an incredible in-person return last year, we are thrilled to welcome everyone back for another night of laughter, healing, and appreciation of our nation’s heroic veterans, featuring some of the funniest comics and most talented musicians on the planet,” said Woodruff.“Stand Up for Heroes celebrates our veterans, military and their families highlighting their remarkable stories of resilience and service,” added the ABC News correspondent – who started the annual event after being seriously wounded while covering the Iraq war in 2006.In the decade and a half since Stand Up for Heroes had its inaugural edition in 2007, the benefit – which typically kicks off New York Comedy Festival – has featured musicians like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Roger Waters and Sheryl Crow, and comedians such as Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld, Whoopi Goldberg, Seth Meyers, Conan O’Brien, John Mulaney and more.Though the line-up for the event has shifted with every year it takes place, Springsteen has been the sole constant act, performing at each and every one.
Paul Rudd - James Van-Der - Sean Evans - Eric Stonestreet - David Koechner - Adam Scott - Sheryl Crow - Rob Riggle - Heidi Gardner - Ginger Gonzaga - Richard Kind - Sheryl Crow and Paul Rudd help raise money at Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City - dailymail.co.uk - state Missouri - city Kansas City, state Missouri
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Sheryl Crow and Paul Rudd help raise money at Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City
The Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City, Missouri kicked off on Friday in person for the first time since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The event is a fundraiser for the local Children's Mercy Cancer Center, and is hosted this year by four actors who grew up in the Kansas City area:Eric Stonestreet, Paul Rudd, Rob Riggle and David Koechner, according to the Kansas City Star.They were joined by about 30 celebrity guests, including musician Sheryl Crow, actors Adam Scott,James Van Der Beek, Ginger Gonzaga, Heidi Gardner, Richard Kind, Kat McNamara, Anthony Hill,Seth Herzog, as well as YouTuber Sean Evans, sports commentator Joe Tessitore and WWE wrestler Baron Corbin, among others. Star power: Musician Sheryl Crow lend her support for the Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City that's a fundraiser for the local Children's Mercy Cancer Center Celebrity fundraiser: Paul Rudd was among the four co-hosts who grew up in the Kansas City area, which also included actors Eric Stonestreet, Rob Riggle and David Koechner; Rudd is pictured with YouTuber Sean Evans, who's the co-creator of the series Hot OnesLike years past, the weekend full of fun features an array of fun-filled events, includinglive music, comedy, magic,live auctions and a Friday afternoon softball game at Kauffman Stadium.With all the celebrities hanging around over the weekend, some of them, like Crow, took part in meet and greets and VIP experiences to help raise money.
Sheryl Crow - Katie Lowes - Adam Rodriguez - Amanda Kloots - Amanda Kloots and Sheryl Crow Set for CBS Holiday Movies - etonline.com - Nashville - Montana
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Amanda Kloots and Sheryl Crow Set for CBS Holiday Movies
Sheryl Crow and Amanda Kloots have been tapped for two of three upcoming holiday movies, the network announced Monday.Crow will executive produce and write the title song for , a Nashville music-themed film, which centers on a headstrong music manager in desperate need of a hit song for his last remaining client and finds himself falling for a singer-songwriter with abandoned dreams of making it big, as he attempts to secure the rights to a Christmas song she wrote years ago. Kloots, who co-hosts , will star in and executive produce , which follows Audrey, a Christmas-obsessed fitness instructor at a beloved, financially beleaguered community center in the quiet town of Mistletoe, Montana. She begins a holiday romance with a charming, but mysterious businessman, complicating his plans to turn the center into a profitable resort property. The third original holiday film will be penned by Mark Amato, who wrote last year's , led by Adam Rodriguez and Jessica Camacho, on CBS. revolves around a renowned romance novelist famous for her Christmas-themed books, who finds herself snowbound in the charming town of Cranberry Falls, where she unexpectedly becomes involved in a love triangle between her childhood crush and a reporter determined to interview her to save his dying magazine.Last year's toplined by Katie Lowes, and marked CBS' return to original holiday films since 2012.To stay up to date on breaking TV news, sign up for ET's daily newsletter.
Shania Twain - Sheryl Crow - Shania Twain stuns with astounding throwback featuring Celine Dion and Sheryl Crow - hellomagazine.com - Las Vegas
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Shania Twain stuns with astounding throwback featuring Celine Dion and Sheryl Crow
Shania Twain left fans not only stunned but also in hysterics over the weekend as she shared an incredible throwback image on social media.MORE: Shania Twain turns heads in leather look in latest nostalgic videoThe singer took to Instagram to post a photograph of herself with Celine Dion and Sheryl Crow at the 1999 Grammy Awards.VIDEO: Shania Twain shows off famous curves in sparkly skintight catsuitThe three musical legends seemed to be engrossed in deep conversation while also gesturing to each other, with Shania also looking quite radiant in a statuesque figure-hugging white studded gown.However, the Come On Over hitmaker had quite a funny way of looking at the encounter, comparing the picture of the three to the Spider-Man meme of three identical versions of the character pointing to each other.MORE: Shania Twain's then-and-now photos are too good to missFans were quickly left in hysterics by the comparison, many commenting they hadn't thought of it till she pointed it out, and several were wowed by the three powerhouse performers seen in one photograph."My favorite girls! Still dreaming about a Shania/Celine duet," one wrote, with another saying: "Look at all these LEGENDS."A post shared by Shania Twain (@shaniatwain)Shania, Celine, and Sheryl hilariously resembled a viral Spider-Man memeA third added: "Three legends just being legends," with one also sweetly commenting: "Because you all have the same super power."While Shania has remained in Las Vegas after wrapping up another leg of her incredible Let's Go residency, she wasn't in attendance at the 64th Grammy Awards that took place at the MGM Arena on Sunday night.MORE: Shania Twain's appearance causes a stir as fans notice the same thingMORE: Shania Twain stuns
Oprah Winfrey - Maria Shriver - Jenna Bush Hager - Hoda Kotb - Sheryl Crow - Hoda Kotb announces return of her podcast as fans send love - hellomagazine.com
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Hoda Kotb announces return of her podcast as fans send love
Hoda Kotb left her fans extremely excited on Monday morning when she revealed that her original podcast was coming back for a second season.MORE: Jenna Bush Hager pays emotional tribute to Hoda Kotb amid heartacheWith an Instagram post featuring the cover of her podcast Making Space, the Today Show host shared that the second season would be premiering in just about a week.WATCH: Jenna Bush and Hoda Kotb host New Year's Eve SpecialShe excitedly wrote: "Coming soon!!! Season 2 of Making Space, wherever you get your podcasts," and fans immediately took to the comments with congratulatory words for her."Absolutely love this podcast!!!! Cant wait for season 2," one wrote, with another saying: "Congrats Hoda on season 2!!"MORE: Hoda Kotb celebrates co-star's milestone anniversary on the airA third sweetly added: "CONGRATULATIONS HODA!! Second Season of this Podcast, Yay, plus all the upcoming guests you mentioned on the H&J show this morning, I can't wait!!"The TV personality launched her podcast in September of 2021, a space for people "on a journey of self-discovery and resilience of the human spirit," according to Today, and has interviewed figures like Oprah Winfrey, Maria Shriver, Sheryl Crow, and even co-star Jenna Bush Hager.A post shared by Hoda Kotb (@hodakotb)Hoda announced the return of her podcast Making SpaceHoda opened up more about the news on Today with Hoda and Jenna, as co-host Jenna said: "We have some huge news for y'all. Hoda's original podcast, Making Space, is back for a second season."Hoda replied: "You guys, I can't tell you how excited I am about this.
Courtney Barnett - Tanya Tucker - Nick Cave - Sheryl Crow - Aaron Dessner - Frank Marshall - SXSW Film Festival Slates Music Docs on XXXTentacion, Sheryl Crow, Dio, Nick Cave, Tanya Tucker, Jazz Fest and More - variety.com - city Austin - county Story - parish Orleans
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SXSW Film Festival Slates Music Docs on XXXTentacion, Sheryl Crow, Dio, Nick Cave, Tanya Tucker, Jazz Fest and More
Chris Willman Music WriterSheryl Crow, Nick Cave, King Crimson, Dio, XXXTentacion, Tanya Tucker, Chumbawamba, Courtney Barnett, Cesária Évora and Mojo Nixon — together again for the first time: These are some of the highly diverse subjects of a slate of music documentaries (or, in the case of Tierra Whack, a fictional film) set to unspool at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin March 11-20.The 16 movies represented in the “24 Beats Per Second” lineup are nearly all world premieres, in a film festival that skews toward SXSW’s original roots as a pure music festival by always carving out a special category for features that chronicle musicians or music scenes.The music doc coming into the festival with probably the highest level of fan anticipation is , which promises to have director Sabaah Folayan offering “a sensitive portrayal” of a precocious, highly controversial, Soundcloud-based rapper “whose acts of violence, raw musical talent and open struggles with mental health left an indelible mark on his generation before his death at the age of 20.” While many of the festival entries are looking for a sale from their exposure at SXSW, “Look at Me!” is already set to stream on Hulu this summer. Joining the artist profiles in the film lineup are documentaries about the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, “Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story,” by co-directors Frank Marshall and Ryan Suffern, and rubber bridge guitars, in “Really Good Rejects,” a film that will have producer Aaron Dessner talking about using them on Taylor Swift’s recent folkier albums.Some of the films promise to be complete life and career chronicles, like those devoted to Crow, Barnett and Dio.
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