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Bette Midler Responds to Trump Calling Her ‘Washed-Up Psycho’ at World Pride

Bette Midler Responds to Trump Calling Her ‘Washed-Up Psycho’ at World Pride
Bette Midler headlined New York’s World Pride main event Saturday night at the Javits Center in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall. During her performance of her 1973 hit single “Friends” accompanied by composer Marc Shaiman of Hairspray fame, she took a moment to bite back at President Trump.

“Now I’m going to tell you a little secret,” she told the crowd, teasing that she was surprised she was invited to the event because Trump recently called her a “washed-up psycho.” “Just two weeks ago, I was a washed-up psycho.
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19 Scenes Elevated by Song Choice

Think about the lost song you heard on the radio and how it made you feel? Now think about it in the context of it you ever heard it in a TV show.

Would the scene be happy or sad? Would it be the climactic scene or an opening scene? Are the lyrics ironic for what you imagine? Musical scores and soundtracks are vital to setting the tone for what an audience should be feeling and even sometimes subverting it.

Related: 31 Characters Who Surprised Us With Their Amazing Vocals

Whether it's a montage or a pivotal choice in a television show's season, the right song makes all the difference, and there are so many tv shows right now doing spectacular things with music. 

Often times, you'll find that slow ballads playing over dramatic scenes are the ones you might be drawn to, but there are also cases of upbeat music enhancing a show's atmosphere.
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Glen Powell To Star In ‘Wanna F*** Your Brother’ At STX

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Glen Powell To Star In ‘Wanna F*** Your Brother’ At STX
Glen Powell has been tapped to star in Wanna F*** Your Brother, co-production with STXfilms and MWM Studios. The Other Woman screenwriter Melissa Stack wrote the script and is directing the film about a buttoned-up lawyer who gets her black sheep younger brother a summer job at her New York law firm. He quickly becomes the toast of the town… and the object of desire of the powerful women they work for.

Jason Blumenthal, Todd Black, and Steve Tisch will produce for Escape Artists.

Powell is starring in the highly anticipated Top Gun: Maverick for Paramount, which lands in theaters in 2020. His other upcoming projects include the Netflix comedy Most Dangerous Game, in which he reunites with his Set It Up co-star Zoey Deutch, and Time After Time, a love story based on the novel by Lisa Grunwald.

Powell is repped by ICM Partners and Ziffren Brittenham.
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‘American Idol’ Top 6: Did judges save the right contestant on May 5? [Poll]

‘American Idol’ Top 6: Did judges save the right contestant on May 5? [Poll]
The Sunday May 5 episode of “American Idol” spotlighted the Top 6. Each of these half dozen finalists sang two tunes: one from the summer of 1969 in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock musical festival and another chosen as inspirational by Grammy-winning Christian singer Lauren Daigle, who got her start on the show.

As the show was seen live from coast-to-coast, America cast votes for their favorites in real-time. The results were revealed by host Ryan Seacrest at the end of the two-hour episode. The top four vote-getters — Alejandro Aranda, , Wade Cota, Laine Hardy and Madison VanDenburg — moved on in the competition to be crowned winner of season 17.

The bottom two — Laci Kaye Booth and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon — were to be eliminated unless the judges chose to use their single save of the season. After a nerve-wracking few moments, Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie opted to throw a lifeline to Laci.
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‘American Idol’ Top 6 power rankings: Laine Hardy closes in on Alejandro Aranda heading into May 5 show

On May 5, the “American Idol” Top 6 will sing two songs apiece: one will be inspirational (as chosen by Grammy-winning Christian singer Lauren Daigle) while the other will date back to the summer of 1969 in honor of the 5oth anniversary of the Woodstock music festival. At the end of the live two-hour show, Ryan Seacrest will reveal the four artists to make it through based on the public vote.

Idol” fans still give the edge to Alejandro Aranda to win season 17. His audition video went viral and he continues to lead our viewers poll as he has all season long. As of this writing, he has a solid 38% of the total tally. But Laine Hardy is coming on strong. Last week, he registered 22% support; this week he is up to 26%.

Of the other four artists still in the competition, only two break into double digits in our power rankings: Wade Cota
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‘American Idol’ Top 4 predictions: Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg will be eliminated unless they get judges save

‘American Idol’ Top 4 predictions: Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg will be eliminated unless they get judges save
Sunday’s “American Idol” episode showcases the Top 6 who will sing two songs each: one that is inspirational and the other from 50 years ago. If the viewers vote along the lines of their responses to our recent survey, it will be the end of the road for the two remaining women in the competition: Laci Kaye Booth and be Madison VanDenburg. They earned a mere 6% and 8% respectively in our poll.

Two of the four fellows still standing also look like they could be in trouble: Wade Cota has just 12% of the vote count while Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon sits at just 10%. Adding together the support for these four contestants comes to 36% of the total.

That sum is easily eclipsed by Alejandro Aranda, who has registered an impressive 38%. His closest competition, Laine Hardy, has risen to 26% of the vote to date.

The only way to escape elimination on Sunday is to be saved by Luke Bryan,
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‘American Idol’ Top 6 predictions: Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg will be eliminated on May 5

Laci Kaye Booth is all but certain to face elimination on “American Idol” this Sunday according to the results of our poll of viewers. She made the Top 8 on last Sunday’s Queen Night episode. But she has earned only a measly 6% in our survey of “American Idol” fans heading into the Top 6 show on May 5.

The other contestant joining her in the bottom two is likely to be Madison VanDenburg who merited a mere 8% in our poll results. Each can only avoid elimination if they are saved by judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie who can invoke this power just one time in season 17.

All six singers still in the competition will take to the stage on Sunday to perform inspirational tunes. Of the other four artitsts, Wade Cota and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon look the most vulnerable. Wade has only 12% support while Jeremiah is at 10%. Combined, these
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‘American Idol’ Top 6 power rankings: Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon is back on top after emotional ‘Queen Week’

‘American Idol’ Top 6 power rankings: Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon is back on top after emotional ‘Queen Week’
The top six contestants for Season 17 of “American Idol” have been revealed and will each sing inspirational songs for America’s vote on Sunday, May 5. Judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie have one save to use this season should they feel the wrong artist is voted off. Gold Derby will continue our weekly power rankings to show which artist is on top and who is in danger of heading home during their quest for the title. Don’t agree with our assessment? Sound off in the comments and head over to our prediction center to influence our racetrack odds for who will be crowned the Season 17 champ. Below is our Top 6 power rankings.

1. Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon

(Top 40: “Landslide”; Top 20 Solo: “(To) Make You Feel My Love”; Top 20 Duet: “Time After Time” with Cynthia Erivo; Top 14: “We All Fall in Love Sometimes”; Top 14 Results: “Almost Heaven”; Top
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Why 'Avengers: Endgame' Time Travel Troubles Can Be Forgiven

Why 'Avengers: Endgame' Time Travel Troubles Can Be Forgiven
[This story contains spoilers for Avengers: Endgame]

Avengers: Endgame is time travel porn for movie fans.

It name drops Back to the Future, Quantum Leap, Time After Time and other key entries in the genre in an effort to tell audiences that all these movies have taught them about time travel is, to quote Tony Stark, “horseshit.” Endgame introduces a new story logic around the concept of time travel — and it asks audiences to forget all they know or have learned from pioneers like Marty McFly. But in trying to throw out the old to streamline and simplify the new ...
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‘American Idol’ predictions: Alejandro Aranda still ahead to win but Laine Hardy is coming on strong

‘American Idol’ predictions: Alejandro Aranda still ahead to win but Laine Hardy is coming on strong
On the April 28 episode of “American Idol,” the Top 8 sang songs from the Queen back catalogue and two of them were eliminated. We asked for your predictions as to which of the remaining six will go all the way to win season 17. You overwhelmingly backed two of the contestants: Alejandro Aranda got 40% of your vote in our survey of viewers while Laine Hardy earned 25%.

If you haven’t voted in our poll yet, scroll down to review the songs that the Top 6 have sung throughout the competition and then cast a ballot for your favorite. And be sure to sound off on this ABC revival of “American Idol” in the comments section.

Of the other four artists still in the competition, only two — Wade Cota and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon — merited double digit support with the former at 11% and the latter with 10% of the total tally. Madison Vandenburg is at 8% while
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‘American Idol’ Top 6: Who will win season 17? [Poll]

‘American Idol’ Top 6: Who will win season 17? [Poll]
American Idol” ended Sunday’s live episode with a shocker after Ryan Seacrest revealed the last of the Top 8 artists to make the cut. Judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie opted not to use their single save of the season to throw a lifeline to one of the two eliminated contestants: Walker Burroughs and Alyssa Raghu (Which of these was robbed of a place in the Top 6?)

The six leading vote-getters were: Alejandro Aranda, Laci Kaye Booth,, Wade Cota, Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, Laine Hardy and Madison VanDenburg. Which of these remaining half dozen contestants do you think will win season 17?

Take a closer look at each of these artists in the photos above and review the roster below of the songs they’ve sung to date as well as their celebrity duet partners in the Top 24 round. Then vote in our winner poll at the bottom of this
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‘American Idol’ Top 8 predictions: Alyssa Raghu and Walker Burroughs will be eliminated on Queen Night

Alyssa Raghu is all but certain to face elimination on “American Idol” this Sunday according to the results of our poll of viewers. She was the last artist revealed to make the Top 8 on last Sunday’s Disney Night episode. And she has earned only a measly 2% in our survey of “American Idol” fans heading into Queen Night on April 28.

The other contestant joining her in the bottom two is likely to be Walker Burroughs who merited a mere 3% in our poll results. Each can only avoid elimination if they are saved by judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie who can invoke this power just one time in season 17.

All eight singers still in the competition will take to the stage on Sunday to sing a song from the back catalogue of the band Queen and then do duets with each other on classic movie tunes. Of the other six,
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‘American Idol’ Top 8 power rankings: Alejandro Aranda lead over Laine Hardy narrows heading into Queen Night

‘American Idol’ Top 8 power rankings: Alejandro Aranda lead over Laine Hardy narrows heading into Queen Night
The “American Idol” Top 8 will sing Queen songs and also duet with another contestant on a movie tune as they vie for your votes on Sunday April 28. Only six of them will make it to the next stage of the competition and continue on in their quest to be crowned season 17 winner. Early favorite Alejandro Aranda, whose audition video went viral, is far out front in our viewers poll. But while he still takes a commanding 39% of the total tally, Laine Hardy has jumped up to 22% support.

The only other contestants to crack double digits in our power rankings are Wade Cota with 11% and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon at 10%. Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg each have a lucky 7%. The two contestants all but certain to be sent eliminated on Sunday’s show are Walker Burroughs (3%) and Alyssa Raghunandan (2%).

If you haven’t made your season 17 winner predictions, be sure to
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‘American Idol’ predictions: Walker Burroughs and Alyssa Raghu will both be eliminated on Queen night

Walker Burroughs and Alyssa Raghu are likely to leave “American Idol” this Sunday according to our survey of viewers. They rank the lowest among the Top 8 with Walker earning only 3% of the vote in our poll while Alyssa is last at 2%. They will only avoid elimination if they are saved by the judges.

Of the other six singers still in the running, only two others — Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg — look like they are vulnerable. Laci has just 6% support while Madison is at 9%. Combined, these four contestants have earned just 20% of the total tally to date.

Compare that to the 22% of the vote racked up by Laine Hardy. The clear frontrunner remains Alejandro Aranda, who has a whopping 39% of the total. The other two contestants — Wade Cota and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon — are each at 10%.

Who do you think will be sent packing on April 28 after they perform songs by Queen?
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‘American Idol’ predictions: Alejandro Aranda will win season 17 say 39% of viewers

Alejandro Aranda will win season 17 of “American Idol.” A whopping 39% of the fans taking part in our poll back his bid to take the title. This 24-year-old dishwasher from Pomona, California has been the frontrunner since his audition video went viral. His closest competition remains Laine Hardy, who racked up 22% support in our survey. Scroll down to review the songs that they and the rest of Top 8 have performed to date and then vote for your favorite.

The Top 8 will sing for America’s votes on Sunday, April 28 and two more artists will be eliminated. Alejandro and Laine look safe as do Wade Cota and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, who are at 10%. Also expected to make it through are Madison Vandenburg (9%) and Laci Kaye Booth (6%). The two contestants likeliest to be sent packing are Walker Burroughs (3%) and Alyssa Raghunandan (2%).

Do you think Alejandro will win season 17? Vote for the winner of
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Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon (‘American Idol’) powers through this private ‘Blackbird’ performance even though he lost his voice [Watch]

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon (‘American Idol’) powers through this private ‘Blackbird’ performance even though he lost his voice [Watch]
One day after “American Idol’s” Disney night, the Top 8 singers of Season 17 held a private listening session for journalists and influencers at EastWest Studios in Hollywood. All of the finalists gave acoustic performances for the intimate crowd, including Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon who had completely lost his voice that day. (Perhaps Katy Perry‘s sea witch Urusula was to blame?) Even voiceless, Jeremiah delivered a haunting rendition of The Beatles‘ “Blackbird” that proved why he’s one of the front-runners to join the “American Idol” winners list (watch above).

See‘American Idol’ judges Katy Perry, Lionel Richie, Luke Bryan confess to Gold Derby they regret eliminating this one singer

“What a crazy experience,” Jeremiah declared when he first took the stage in the blue-hued studio. The “American Idol” band was in place behind him since they accompanied many of the other finalists, but Jeremiah opted to go solo by playing only his guitar.
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‘American Idol’ predictions: Alejandro Aranda or Laine Hardy will win season 17

‘American Idol’ predictions: Alejandro Aranda or Laine Hardy will win season 17
On the April 21 episode of “American Idol,” the Top 10 sang songs from Disney animated classics and two of them were eliminated. We asked for your predictions as to which of the remaining eight will go all the way to win season 17. You overwhelmingly backed two of the contestants: Alejandro Aranda got 39% of your vote in our survey while Laine Hardy earned 21%.

If you haven’t voted in our poll yet, scroll down to review the songs that the Top 8 have sung throughout the competition and then cast a ballot for your favorite. And be sure to sound off on this ABC revival of “American Idol” in the comments section.

Of the other six artists still in the competition, only two — Wade Cota and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon — merited double digit support with the former at 11% and the latter with 10% of the total tally. Madison Vandenburg is at 9%, Laci Kaye Booth has
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‘American Idol’ Top 8: Who will win season 17? [Poll]

‘American Idol’ Top 8: Who will win season 17? [Poll]
American Idol” finalized the line-up for the Top 8 at the end of Sunday’s live episode when Ryan Seacrest revealed the last of the Top 10 artists to make the cut. The lucky eight vote-getters were: Alejandro Aranda, Laci Kaye Booth, Walker Burroughs, Wade Cota, Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, Laine Hardy, Alyssa Raghu and Madison VanDenburg. (The two eliminated artists were Dimitrius Graham and Uche: Which of these was robbed of a place in the Top 8?)

Regardless of where they placed in the Top 8, which of the contestants do you think will win season 17? Take a closer look at each of these artists in the photos above and review the roster below of the songs they’ve sung to date as well as their celebrity duet partners in the Top 24 round. Then vote for the winner of this ABC revival of “American Idol” at the bottom of this post and be sure
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‘American Idol’ Top 14 rankings: Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy and Jeremiah Harmon lead season 17 finalists

The Top 14 finalists on “American Idol” sing for your votes on April 14 with only 10 of them making the cut on Monday’s show. According to the results of our viewers survey, only three of these contestants — Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy and Jeremiah Harmon — are assured of a place in the Top 10. Of these favorites to win season 17 of “American Idol,” Aranda racked up a whopping 47% of the total tally while Hardy has 16% and Harmon 11%.

None of the other contenders has broken into the double digits as of this writing. Indeed, all 11 of them register less than five percent of the total. Laci Booth is at 4%. Four artists — Walker Burroughs, Wade Cota, Ashley Hess and Madison VanDenburg — come in at 3% apiece. Evelyn Cormier has 2% support. A trio of talent — Dimitrius Graham, Uché Ndubizu and Riley Thompson — each have a mere 1%. And the other two — Eddie Island and Alyssa Raghunandan — have the
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‘American Idol’ frontrunners: Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy and Jeremiah Harmon lead Top 14 on season 17

‘American Idol’ frontrunners: Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy and Jeremiah Harmon lead Top 14 on season 17
It took six weeks but “American Idol” has finally revealed the Top 14 contestants who will sing for your votes beginning on April 14. We asked you which of these are the early favorites to win season 17, which is hosted by Ryan Seacrest. Only three of these 14 finalists – Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy and Jeremiah Harmon — registered double digit support in our poll. Each of these frontrunners was a clear favorite for at least one of the three judges: Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie.

None of the other 11 other artists in the Top 14 — Laci Booth, Walker Burroughs, Evelyn Cormier, Wade Cota, Dimitrius Graham, Ashley Hess, Eddie Island, Uché Ndubizu, Alyssa Raghunandan, Riley Thompson and Madison VanDenburg. — merited more than five percent of the vote. Are we underestimating one of these talents?

If you haven’t voted for your choice of the “American Idol” season 17 winner yet, be sure to cast your
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