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Emmy Awards Postponed
The 75th Emmy Awards event, which was scheduled to take place on September 18 this year, has been postponed due to the ongoing Hollywood actors and writers strike.
This year’s Emmy Awards, which are known as television’s version of the Oscars, are not expected to take place until later this year, or even early next year. This delay has not yet been officially announced, but producers and suppliers of the event have told the Los Angeles Times confirm that they have already been informed that the function will not go ahead as initially planned.
This delay comes after the Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA), which represents around 160,000 Hollywood actors, announced an actors’ strike earlier this month. Hollywood writers had already been on strike for 11 weeks at the time. This is the first time in 63 years that Hollywood has been crippled in this way.
The strike means long waiting periods for new series and films, a delay in premiere dates and abandoned Hollywood film sets. This follows negotiations with production houses over artificial intelligence (AI) policies and dwindling compensation that ended in a stalemate.
A new date for the Emmy Awards has not yet been announced.
Elon Musk’s Ex, Love Actually– actor engaged
Elon Musk’s ex, Talulah Riley, and the Love Actually-actor, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, is engaged.
“I’m thrilled to share that after two years of being together, Thomas and I are engaged,” Talulah excitedly shared on X, formerly known as Twitter.
33-year-old Thomas and 27-year-old Talulah met each other during the filming of the miniseries, Pistolmet
Her ex-husband, Elon (52), who bought X in October 2022, congratulated the couple on social media.
Talulah and Elon got married twice, once from 2010 to 2012 and the next time from 2013 to 2016. Despite the double divorce, she and Elon remained friends throughout the years.
“Marriage is a social construct, but I still believe in it. Elon and I are best friends,” Talulah added in 2016 The Daily Mail said.
The Eagles founding member dies
Randy Meisner, one of the founding members of The Eagles, died on Wednesday July 26 at the age of 77 due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in Los Angeles.
“Randy was an integral part of The Eagles and played a huge role in the success of the group,” the group wrote on their website after Randy’s death.
“As the original bassist for the country and rock group, Poco, Randy was at the forefront of the music revolution that occurred in Los Angeles in the late 1960s.”
Randy, Glenn Frei, Don Henley and Bernie Leadon formed The Eagles in 1971. After releasing numerous successful albums and tracks, the group was finally inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
Mick Jagger celebrates 80th birthday
The music is still playing for Mick Jagger, famous member of The Rolling Stones, who celebrated his 80th birthday earlier this week.
Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, Mick’s fellow Rolling Stones members, shared birthday wishes for this music legend on social media.
“Happy birthday, Mick. May we keep saying this to each other for a long time,” Keith wrote, while Ronnie shared a series of memorable photos of the group on Instagram.
Dozens of fans also flocked to the music group’s store in Carnaby Street, London, to congratulate Mick.
Watch: Trailer of Netflix Doc on Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Court Case
Netflix’s brand new documentary, Depp v. Heardspotlights the sensational 2022 court case between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.
Watch its trailer here:
Additional sources: E! News, BBC News, HollywoodLife.