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Controversial talk-show host Jerry Springer has died at age 79. The onetime mayor of Cincinnati became famous for his rollicking, controversial talk show where guests would frequently get into arguments and even physical altercations. The show ran between 1991 and 2018. Memorial arrangements are pending. TMZ reports that the cause of death was pancreatic cancer, which had been diagnosed a few months ago. Springer, who was divorced, leaves behind an adult daughter, Katie. (NBC News) Here’s audio Jerry Springer shared some little known facts about “The Jerry Springer Show”, like how he got the job, and what really caused fights on the show. He was being interviewed about his classic show because at the time he was promoting a new show called “Judge Jerry”. (From “Entertainment Tonight” on Monday, October 21, 2019)
Queen‘s Roger Taylor was on BBC Radio 2‘s Zoe Ball Breakfast Show earlier this week and was pressed about the rumors that his son, Rufus Taylor, drummer in The Darkness, will sit in for his godfather, the late Taylor Hawkins, on the Foo Fighters upcoming tour. Roger Taylor on if his son Rufus Taylor will be the new drummer in the Foo Fighters. “Well, he does play brilliantly with them. He knows all their stuff, knows them all very well. He did play ‘Best of You’ with the Foos, and it was phenomenal at Wembley, and at The Forum in LA. Exactly [what] is happening now, I don’t know.” The Foos start a run of festival dates on May 24th in Gilford, New Hampshire, and their new album, But Here We Are, follows on June 2nd.
Avenged Sevenfold has announced additional opening acts for their upcoming shows. Codependents, featuring Fat Mike of NOFX and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, will open their May 9th L.A. album release show, and Living Colour will do the same for their May 23rd New York show. Kim Dracula has been added as the first opener – before either Alexisonfire or Falling in Reverse – for both legs of the full tour that kicks off in July.
Mick Jagger will not be joining Dolly Parton on her new album, Rock Star, as she had hoped. She tells ET Online she was unable to get him, but adds, “I love Mick Jagger no matter what. I’ll still be running after him all through the years. Because I’ve always had a crush on [him].” Among those who did say yes to her are Paul McCartney, Stevie Nicks, John Fogerty and Steve Perry.
Noel Gallagher has confirmed that a 30th anniversary edition of Oasis’s debut album, Definitely Maybe, will be released next year and says it will include a number of songs that had been thought to be lost, but were discovered mislabeled in an EMI vault, as well as acoustic versions of some tracks.
AXS TV has extended its rock-themed talk show The Power Hour another seven episodes. Guests on the upcoming shows include Nickelback, Police drummer Stewart Copeland, Wolfgang Van Halen, singer Myles Kennedy of Slash and Alter Bridge, Maria Brink of In This Moment and the frontmen of Falling in Reverse, Disturbed, Five Finger Death Punch, Motionless In White, Black Veil Brides, Creed and Sevendust.
A “Dodgeball” sequel is in the works with Vince Vaughn. It’ll continue the story from the first movie, but there’s no word yet who else from the cast will return.
There’s a new R-rated Winnie the Pooh series in the works called “Christopher Robin”, where Christopher is a disillusioned New Yorker who talks to weird animals who, quote, “live beyond a drug-induced portal outside his derelict apartment complex.”
Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, Jelly Roll, Morgan Wallen, Ashley McBryde, Keith Urban, and Lainey Wilson are among the first round performers for this year’s ACM Awards. It’s going down May 11th and will air on Prime Video.
Bam Margera has turned himself into Pennsylvania Police over an alleged physical confrontation with his brother, TMZ reports. According to court documents, police responded to a domestic disturbance call and Bam’s brother Jess told police that the Jackass star banged and kicked his bedroom door and left a threatening not warning not to call the police. Bam then allegedly punched his brother and threatened to kill him and others in the house. Bam was released on bond after bail was set at $50,000, and he faces charges of assault, harassment and terroristic threats. A preliminary hearing for Mr Margera has been set for 25 May in Pennsylvania court.
Today’s birthday girl has been in 718 fine films, including:
– 2 Too Many Honeymoons
– Bangin’ the Boss 4
– Big Ass White Girls
– Blondes, Birds and Bees
– Booty Movie 6
– Come in and Relax
– Dirty Rotten Cheaters
– Drilling My Sergeant
– Filthy and Milfy 2
– Round Juicy Butts 11
– Trophy Hunting Cougars
– Where’s The Beef
– And who can forget her role in 2018’s I’m A Nymphomaniac Like Mom 3
Nina Elle is 42 years old.
Miles Mikolas had his finest, steadiest appearance of the season add that to Shortstop Paul DeJong’s two-run homer, Burleson’s third homer of the year and some other decent heroics and you get a 6-0 Cardinal victory Thursday afternoon against San Francisco. The Cards game tonight is against the Dodgers also will be exclusively streamed — there will be no traditional television coverage. Apple TV+ has the game, as it did on Pujols’ big night on which he also belted No. 699.
Diego Gigliani, an executive with the parent company of English club powerhouse Manchester City, is coming to St. Louis to become president and general manager of St. Louis City SC. He will focus on the day-to-day business activities of the club while chief executive officer Carolyn Kindle, who spearheaded the effort to bring a Major League Soccer club here, will shift her focus to long-term projects. Nothing will change on the sporting side. Sporting director Lutz Pfannenstiel will continue to oversee all aspects of that side of City SC’s operation. For 10 years he has been with City Football Group, which in addition to Manchester City runs New York City FC of Major League Soccer as well as clubs in Spain, Italy, France and Brazil. He will be joining City SC this summer after wrapping up the European seasons and getting his work visas in place. He’s currently based in England.
The first meeting between St. Louis City SC and the Chicago Fire in Major League Soccer was supposed to be May 13, but the draw for the U.S. Open Cup on Thursday changed that. The day of that game won’t change, but there will be a game ahead of it because City SC was drawn to play the Fire in the round of 32 in the U.S. Open Cup in a game that will be played on Tuesday, May 9.
Aaron Rodgers did his first press conference yesterday as a new member of the New York Jets. Here’s some of what he said.
A female powerlifting champion from Belgium has died a less than a day after falling sick with a severe infection.
A friend to Laura Delava wrote on Instagram that the Belgian subjunior powerlifting champion from Huy in Liège had succumbed to a sudden illness on Monday 24 April.
It has been reported she died ‘within 24 hours’ of the onset of the illness.
The teenager started powerlifting last summer and went on to become national champion in her category with four national records only last September, aged 17.