In its July 10 qualifying appearance on the dance competition, The Rock Company’s 12-member team danced to Alicia Keys’ cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” The opening segment was the kids moving as a long chain, covering their partners’ ears with their hands.
After three seasons and a handful of episodes of the upcoming fourth, it’s time to accept the fact that Dwayne Johnson’s “Ballers” (10 p.m. Sunday, HBO) will never be more than a dopey, mildly distracting bit of escapism.
“America’s Got Talent” returns to Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for its live auditions beginning Tuesday. The final 36 contestants have been announced. Daniel Emmet is one of them.
Joe Perry is well-known for his soaring solos. This has been true on and off the stage.
Stevie Wonder guided us through his “Song Party” at the Park Theater on Wednesday night. As the crowd swayed and sang, I recalled partying with Stevie while watching “Sesame Street,” and listening to “Songs in the Key of Life” on vinyl, through headphones, loudly and poorly singing along to all the words.
Spike Lee is basically the filmmaking equivalent of the Hulk.
Barring some sort of last-minute public relations nightmare, Netflix will release the first season of “Insatiable” on Friday.
Spears’ 2017 earnings have been made public during her custody battle with her ex-husband, ex-dancer and current midlevel DJ Kevin Federline.
Mike Tyson is working on a concert special of his popular, and fascinating, one-man show.
Charles Oakley’s attempt to change the outcome of a table game at The Cosmopolitan has cost the ex-NBA star $1,000.