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Kip Moore Previews New Album With Heartland Rocker ‘She’s Mine’

Kip Moore Previews New Album With Heartland Rocker ‘She’s Mine’
On his next record, Kip Moore is looking for answers.

“It’s going to be a whole other step for me musically, lyrically, personally,” Moore tells Rolling Stone Country. “You are going to feel where I have been in my life, and the questions I have had along the way. What does love look like for me? Where do I fit with God, and what does that look like? There are a lot of questions.”

His new single, “She’s Mine,” serves as an introduction to that journey: with a
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Watch Ex Hex Shred Through ‘Cosmic Cave’ on ‘Seth Meyers’

Watch Ex Hex Shred Through ‘Cosmic Cave’ on ‘Seth Meyers’
Ex Hex returned to Late Night With Seth Meyers to perform their new blissful ripper, “Cosmic Cave.” The song appears on the band’s sophomore album, It’s Real, which was released in March.

Immersed in pink and blue-hued lights, Mary Timony sang about the dark illusions love can cause and wanting to bring those emotions into the light. “Baby come on and dance with me/Come out of your cave,” Timony, Betsy Wright and Laura Harris harmonized during the upbeat chorus. “Let’s ride on a wave.”

Ex Hex
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WWE’s Mandy Rose Is Building a Brand, and Being ‘God’s Greatest Creation’ Is Just the Start

WWE’s Mandy Rose Is Building a Brand, and Being ‘God’s Greatest Creation’ Is Just the Start
Move over Miz, Mandy Rose (real name Amanda Saccomanno) may the busiest “Tough Enough” alum currently lacing up boots on WWE TV. Or at least she plans to be, and the 28-year-old “SmackDown Live” wrestler isn’t waiting to be tagged in to those opportunities.

“Being a WWE Superstar, you have– I don’t want to say a short shelf life, but it’s more like sometimes you’ve got to look to the future and you’ve gotta plan ahead,” Rose told TheWrap. “It’s not gonna last forever.”

Rose, who is an accomplished fitness model with her own iOS app (“Fit With Mandy”) and has a line of beauty products (Amarose) rolling out this fall, knows she’s building a “brand,” and one big step up in that was getting on E! reality show “Total Divas” right after she first got signed by WWE.

That casting was “super valuable,
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WWE’s Sonya Deville Knows She and Mandy Rose Will Break Up – But Hopefully Not ‘Anytime Soon’

WWE’s Sonya Deville Knows She and Mandy Rose Will Break Up – But Hopefully Not ‘Anytime Soon’
As a product of Nxt reality show “Tough Enough” and a WWE main roster performer since 2017, Sonya Deville is hip to the pro-wrestling business. The former mixed martial artist knows that the bigger she and real-life best friend Mandy Rose get as tag team Fire & Desire, the closer they creep to (storyline) breaking up and feuding with one another.

Deville, whose real name is Daria Berenato, just doesn’t want that to happen “anytime soon,” she told TheWrap on Tuesday.

“In terms of breaking up right now, I don’t see it happening anytime soon — and I don’t want it to happen anytime soon, because it’s not time for that,” Berenato said. “I think we’re just getting some real momentum as a tag team and we still compete as singles competitors.”

Also Read: Seth Rollins Says It Was 'a Little Presumptuous' for Dean Ambrose to 'Talk Down'
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See Ex Hex Rock Through Nuclear War in ‘Tough Enough’ Video

See Ex Hex Rock Through Nuclear War in ‘Tough Enough’ Video
Ex Hex’s music video shoot for new single “Tough Enough” coincides with a nuclear Armageddon in the band’s latest visual for their upcoming LP It’s Real.

The “Tough Enough” video begins as a run-of-the-mill low-budget film shoot, with Mary Timony and company butting heads with the director. However, midway through the video, a nuclear war occurs and Ex Hex and the filmmakers are forced in a conveniently located fallout shelter. After a year in the bunker and the radioactivity subsides, Ex Hex reemerge from the shelter, ready
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WWE Reality Show ‘Miz & Mrs’ Gets 14 More Episodes From USA Network

  • The Wrap
USA Network came to play: The NBCUniversal-owned cable channel has ordered 14 more episodes of “Miz & Mrs,” which follows WWE Superstars and real-life married couple Mike “The Miz” Mizanin and Maryse Mizanin. That’s a significantly larger number than the six half-hours originally ordered.

The reality show is produced by WWE and Bunim/Murray Productions. The announcement was made Tuesday evening on WWE wrestling show “SmackDown Live,” where Miz and Maryse work.

“One word about the renewal: Awesome!,” said Miz.

“Thanks to all of the WWE fans out there who wanted a window to our crazy lives,” added Maryse. “Be careful what you wish for!”

Also Read: WWE Hall of Famer Bubba Ray Dudley Groans Over The Revival's 'Raw' Tribute to Jim Neidhart (Video)

“Miz & Mrs” gives fans an unfiltered look at the power couple’s lives as they adapt to becoming first-time parents while juggling their fast-paced lifestyle, a
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‘I Am Paul Walker’ Doc Trailer: ‘Fast and Furious’ Star Remembered as ‘a Giver’ (Video)

‘I Am Paul Walker’ Doc Trailer: ‘Fast and Furious’ Star Remembered as ‘a Giver’ (Video)
Fast and Furious” franchise star Paul Walker is the subject of a new documentary from Paramount Network. And the first trailer for it has debuted.

The new footage features videos of the actor, dating back to his childhood, as well as excerpts from interviews with Walker’s friends and family.

“He liked to go fast,” recalled his sister, Ashlie Walker. “As soon as I was old enough to hang on tight, I was on the back of his big wheel with him going for the ride of my life.”

Also Read: 'Miz & Mrs': USA Lands Most-Watched Reality Show Launch Since Fellow WWE Series 'Tough Enough'

“Fast and the Furious” co-star Tyrese Gibson said, “If you loved him the way we did, you would say, well, ‘why him and not us?'”

“I can actually say he did a lot of things that made a difference in a lot of people’s lives,
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‘Miz & Mrs': USA Lands Most-Watched Reality Show Launch Since Fellow WWE Series ‘Tough Enough’

USA Network’s newest unscripted series, “Miz & Mrs.,” just scored the cable channel’s top reality show debut since 2011’s “Tough Enough.” What do they both have in common? WWE Superstars.

“Miz & Mrs.” posted 1.5 million total viewers on Tuesday night, following weekly episodic WWE wrestling show “SmackDown Live.” That one is highly rated too, and it hauled in 2.3 million overall audience members from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. last night, providing an excellent launching pad for the Mizanins.

USA Network prefers to judge its shows based on Nielsen’s Live + 3 Day numbers, which counts 72 hours of delayed viewing. Expect the NBCUniversal cable channel to report an even-larger number for its newest debut in a handful of days.

Also Read: WWE's The Miz Wants You to Consider His New Reality Show in the Vein of 'Curb' or 'The Office'

The “Total Divas” spinoff follows real-life married couple Mike “The Miz” Mizanin and Maryse Mizanin,
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How a Hollywood Star Tour Made WWE’s ‘A-Listers’ The Miz and Maryse Move to Texas

WWE’s “Hollywood It Couple” The Miz and Maryse are now a couple of Austin, Texas, residents. And Tinseltown, your tourism industry is at least partly to blame for L.A. now having two fewer “A-listers.”

“Our house in Los Angeles — people knew where we lived,” WWE Superstar The Miz told TheWrap. “We were a stop at — you know those [tourist] places ‘See Stars Homes’? They’d be driving past us taking pictures of our house everyday.”

Considering Miz and Maryse star on a nationally televised live TV show, criminals could easily gauge when the two were away. “It was a safety concern, more or less,” Miz said, adding that there “were attempted break-ins all the time.”

Also Read: WWE 'Raw' Tag Team Champion Bray Wyatt Injured in Head-on Car Crash

Good call getting out of there, though Austin actually wasn’t their first choice. Miz (real name Mike
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WWE ‘Raw’ Tag Team Champion Bray Wyatt Injured in Head-on Car Crash

WWE Superstar Bray Wyatt was injured in a car accident on Friday, when he “sustained multiple injuries,” according to WWE. Wyatt, who is one-half of the “Monday Night Raw” Tag Team Champions, will miss tonight’s TV show.

Wyatt was en route to the airport for this past weekend’s “Raw” WWE Live Events when he was in a head-on automobile collision that left his car totaled, the professional wrestling company wrote on its website. He was treated at Tampa General Hospital and has since been released.

No further details are currently available on the extent of Wyatt’s injuries.

Also Read: Matt Cappotelli, Former WWE Wrestler and 'Tough Enough' Winner, Dies at 38

Wyatt is the real-life brother of fellow WWE Superstar Bo Dallas. Wyatt and Hardy — the Deleters of Worlds — are set to defend their “Raw” tag team titles against Dallas and Curtis Axel — the B-Team — at July 15 pay-per-view Extreme Rules.
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WWE Week in Review (6/24/18 – 6/30/18)

  • Nerdly
Welcome to the debut of the new WWE Week in Review column, only on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and this will be a regular column that occurs each weekend on this site and will provide a best and worst of what happens with the largest wrestling league in the world as well as notable pieces of news that help shape the promotion for the future. Without further delay, let’s get right into it with the WWE Week in Review!

WWE’s Big Money Television Deals:

The following news item comes courtesy of F4WOnline.com. The WWE officially announced this week that the new television deals for Raw and Smackdown are set and are quite lucrative. Raw will stay on the USA Network for the next five years for approximately $1 billion. Smackdown, which the USA Network relinquished to make room on their schedule for other kinds of television shows,
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WWE Star Matt Cappotelli Dies at 38

Former WWE star Matt Cappotelli, a winner of the wrestling reality competition series Tough Enough, died Friday after a battle with cancer, his wife announced. He was 38.

In a Facebook group dedicated to supporting her husband, Lindsay Cappotelli wrote, "Today my love-my strong, sweet, beautiful love-took his last breath at 3:30 a.m. and went Home to be with Jesus ... exactly one year after his brain surgery. You think you can be prepared for this when you know it's coming, but you just can't. The only person who's comfort I want right now is the one ...
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Some Kinda' "Tough Guy"

Anchor Bay Entertainment has released a re-issue of director Richard Fleischer's 20th Century Fox, 1983 action adventure, "Tough Enough", starring Dennis Quaid, on Blu-ray and DVD :

"...'Art Long' (Quaid), a Fort Worth tree trimmer by day and struggling Country singer by night, enters a local 'Toughman Contest', discovering he may have a knack for knockouts. Now with the help of his street-smart corner man (Stan Shaw) and a crafty promoter (Warren Oates), Art is headed to the 'National Finals' in Detroit where all he’ll have to do is best five guys in one night on national television to win $100,000, a recording contract, and the title of Toughest Man In America. Even if Art is crazy enough to try, will he be tough enough to win it all ?..."

Co-starring Pam Grier and Wilford Brimley, with songs by T.G. Sheppard, Mickey Gilley and Dennis Quaid.

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Their Best Role: Dennis Quaid

  • Moviefone
Filed under: Features, Cinematical

Dennis Quaid began his film career in the larger shadow of his older brother. Sibling Randy Quaid made his mark as Cybill Shepherd's naked swimming partner in 'The Last Picture Show' and then received an Academy Award nomination as the hapless sailor heading for prison in 'The Last Detail,' leading to a string of muscular supporting roles. Dennis Quaid started out with a handful of forgettable roles (the smarmy 'Seniors,' anyone?) and then greatly impressed in a supporting role in Peter Yates' 'Breaking Away' in 1979.

Randy and Dennis Quaid appeared together in Walter Hill's 'The Long Riders,' but Dennis soon graduated to lead roles. He's a ball of infectious charm in 'The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,' which was intended to showcase Kristy McNichol. As her no good brother, Quaid
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Their Best Role: Dennis Quaid

Their Best Role: Dennis Quaid
Filed under: Features, Cinematical

Dennis Quaid began his film career in the larger shadow of his older brother. Sibling Randy Quaid made his mark as Cybill Shepherd's naked swimming partner in 'The Last Picture Show' and then received an Academy Award nomination as the hapless sailor heading for prison in 'The Last Detail,' leading to a string of muscular supporting roles. Dennis Quaid started out with a handful of forgettable roles (the smarmy 'Seniors,' anyone?) and then greatly impressed in a supporting role in Peter Yates' 'Breaking Away' in 1979.

Randy and Dennis Quaid appeared together in Walter Hill's 'The Long Riders,' but Dennis soon graduated to lead roles. He's a ball of infectious charm in 'The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,' which was intended to showcase Kristy McNichol. As her no good brother, Quaid
See full article at Cinematical »

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