Alicia Keys and Lady Gaga take charity work seriously, and they’re going offline to prove it. Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Usher and other celebrities have joined a new campaign called Digital Life Sacrifice on behalf of Keys’ charity, Keep a Child Alive. The entertainers plan to sign off of social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter on Wednesday, which is World AIDS Day. The participants will sign back on when the charity raises $1 million.
The Rio’s long-running show, which closed in 2013, featured performers on flying floats, beads for casino guests.
Assembling a sports-betting feifdom has been a top priority of D Las Vegas co-owners Derek and Greg Stevens for years.
As Madonna closed a controversy-marred run at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Lady Gaga was high-tailing it back to L.A.
Despite a fresh injection of four big movies into the marketplace including a Stephen King adaptation, a World War II epic, a glossy, holiday-themed romantic comedy and a family friendly comedy, audiences largely stayed away from theaters this weekend and the North American box office is hurting.
The cornerstone of the company’s $690 million overhaul, Kaos was an indoor-outdoor annex designed specifically as a multifaceted haven for top DJs and hip-hop artists.
In “Zombieland: Double Tap,” Woody Harrelson reprises his role as zombie-hunting Tallahassee, and in “Midway” he plays Admiral Chester Nimitz in the story of the Battle of Midway.
“Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak had to have emergency surgery, and his longtime co-host Vanna White will fill in for him while he recovers.
TV Guide’s Matt Roush fields viewers’ television-related questions.