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Kelly Osbourne Slams Starbucks After She Pees Herself: ‘I Have P–s in My Shoe’

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Sounds like Kelly Osbourne’s Pride plans ended up being all wet. Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter took to Twitter on Sunday to tear into coffee giant Starbucks on Sunday, saying that she had wet herself after she was refused use of the restroom at one of the company’s locations. “Shame on U @Starbucks #PissedMyOwnPants in this location because Ur shameful employees refused to let me use the ,” Osbourne vented. “I have p–s in my shoe.” Also Read: Kelly Osbourne Sued by Ozzy's Mistress Over Elder Abuse Claim Which is usually not what people mean when they run into Starbucks for a drip. »


- Tim Kenneally

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‘Pretty Little Liars’ Finale: First Look at Aria’s Wedding (Photos)

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Pretty Little Liars” comes to an end on Tuesday after seven seasons, and People magazine has published the first photos of Aria and Ezra’s long-awaited wedding. Aria and her bridesmaids are all smiles in some of the photos, but it wouldn’t be “Pretty Little Liars” without the Liars standing around a cellphone, looking concerned. Caleb even shows up with a frown at what will presumably be a dramatic development. The “Pretty Little Liars” two-hour series finale will air on Tuesday, followed by an hour-long retrospective featuring interviews with stars  Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse, »


- Reid Nakamura

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Jk Rowling Trolled by Piers Morgan on ‘Harry Potter’ 20th Anniversary

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Happy anniversary, J.K. Rowling. By the way, Piers Morgan is peeing all over your parade. Media personality and social-media curmudgeon Morgan took aim at Rowling on Monday, the 20th anniversary of the publication of the first “Harry Potter” book. Morgan’s pot-shot took place after Rowling posted a tweet marking the anniversary. Also Read: Harry Potter Turns 20: Jk Rowling Thanks Fans on First Book's Anniversary “20 years ago today a world that I had lived in alone was suddenly open to others,” the author wrote. “It’s been wonderful. Thank you.” A pleasant, innocuous message in the eyes for many, »


- Tim Kenneally

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Tj Miller Slams ‘Silicon Valley’ Showrunner: ‘I Don’t Like Alec’

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(Warning: Spoilers ahead for Sunday’s “Silicon Valley” season finale) After T.J. Miller’s final “Silicon Valley” episode aired on Sunday, the actor told The Hollywood Reporter that he is not a fan of Alec Berg, co-showrunner of the HBO comedy. The episode ended with Miller’s character, cantankerous entrepreneur Erlich Bachman, stuck in a drug house in Tibet. When asked whether he talked to Berg about other possible directions for Erlich, Miller made it clear that he is closer with co-creator Mike Judge and writer Clay Tarver than with Berg. “I didn’t talk to Alec because I don’t like Alec, »


- Wrap Staff

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Trump Hails Supreme Court’s Travel Ban Ruling as ‘Clear Victory’

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President Trump responded to the Supreme Court announcement Monday that it will hear the case on his executive order banning travel to the U.S. from six predominantly-Muslim countries, calling it “a clear victory.” “Today’s unanimous Supreme Court decision is a clear victory for our national security,” Trump said in a statement. “It allows the travel suspension for the six terror-prone countries and the refugee suspension to become largely effective. As President, I cannot allow people into our country who want to do us harm. I want people who can love the United States and all of its citizens, »


- Itay Hod

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See Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ Totally ’80s Wedding Pic: ‘So Far So Good’ (Photo)

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Luckily, Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ real-life marriage is faring much better than her long-divorced “Veep” character Selina Meyer. The Emmy-winning actress celebrated her 30th wedding anniversary with husband Brad Hall Sunday with an Instagram photo that doesn’t need a “#throwback” — because the puffy wedding dress sleeves say it all. Also Read: 'Veep' Stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Timothy Simons on How Trump Presidency Has Changed Show (Video) The photo pictures Louis-Dreyfus and her husband in ’80s wedding fashion next to a small pond with water lilies and statues. She captioned the photo “30 years a go today. So far so good.” 30 years ago today. »


- Ashley Boucher

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Rihanna Tweets at World Leaders, Confronts Them on Education Funding

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Never let anybody tell you that just because you’re in entertainment doesn’t mean you can’t care about policy issues. Pop superstar Rihanna got political over the weekend, tweeting at multiple world leaders to ask them what they were doing about funding education. The singer tweeted at Argentina, France, Germany and Canada to ask if they would commit to funding education at the upcoming G20 summit. Also Read: Rihanna Accepts Harvard's Humanitarian Award: 'So, I Made It to Harvard' (Video) hey there @mauriciomacri, what's your plan for Argentina to commit to #FundEducation? ???????? — Rihanna (@rihanna) June 23, 2017 ???????? @JustinTrudeau I know you had our backs. »


- Carli Velocci

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Ratings: NBC’s ‘Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly’ Drops Again

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ABC won a quiet Sunday night with its lineup of game shows while NBC’s “Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly” dropped again, following last week’s much discussed, but little-watched, Alex Jones interview. Kelly’s 7 p.m. newsmagazine show managed just a 0.4 rating and 3.4 million viewers, down from last Sunday’s 0.5 and 3.5 million. ABC was first in ratings with a 1.1 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and first in total viewers with an average of 5.2 million, according to preliminary numbers. A repeat of “America’s Funniest Home Videos” at 7 p.m. once again outperformed Kelly’s show with a 0.6 rating and. »


- Linda Ge

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Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan Lock Horns in ‘The Foreigner’ Trailer (Video)

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Between “Rush Hour” and the James Bond films, Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan became two of the biggest action stars of the ’90s. Now they are going head-to-head in Stx’s revenge thriller “The Foreigner,” which got its first trailer on Monday. Based on Stephen Leather’s novel “The Chinaman,” Chan stars as Quan, a humble businessman and single father who emigrated to London from Vietnam. One day, his peaceful life is shattered when his daughter is killed in a terrorist bombing. With nothing left in his life, he finds a British government official named Hennessey (Brosnan) and demands he reveal the. »


- Jeremy Fuster

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MTV to Launch Comedy Series ‘SafeWord’ From ‘Lip Sync Battle’ Producers (Exclusive)

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Celebrities and comedians are going head-to-head on MTV’s new comedy series “SafeWord,” TheWrap can exclusively announce. Kevin Hart, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Marlon Wayans, Drake Bell and Amber Rose are among the stars who will appear on “SafeWord,” which is hosted by Terrence J and hails from producers of “Lip Sync Battle.” The premiere episode airs on July 13 as part of the network’s “Throwdown Thursdays” comedy block. Based off the British format that ran on ITV2, MTV has picked up the show for an eight-episode first season that features celebrity guests partnering with comedians to play games in front of a live audience. »


- Ryan Gajewski

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New York Latino Film Festival Returns to NYC in October (Exclusive)

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The New York Latino Film Festival (Nylff), presented by HBO and Time Warner, will make its much anticipated return to the Big Apple Oct. 11-15, 2017, TheWrap has exclusively learned. Unveiling a new logo and website, founder Calixto Chinchilla announced today that submissions for the 13th edition of the iconic film festival are now being accepted through August 4, 2017. The last edition of Nylff was in 2013. The premier marketplace for Latino films in the U.S., the Nylff will once again showcase a diverse slate, spanning all genres and formats, including features, shorts, documentaries and experimental films featuring, about and/or for. »

- Umberto Gonzalez

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Vimeo Drops Plans for Subscription Video-on-Demand Service

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Video-sharing website Vimeo is abandoning its plans for a subscription video-on-demand service just months after putting the plan into motion. “Vimeo has confirmed that it has decided not to proceed in offering a subscription based original program service scheduled to begin in ’18,” a Vimeo spokesperson said in a statement. The company announced in November it was set to take on competitors like Netflix, Amazon, Hulu with its own consumer-facing subscription service. Also Read: Vimeo to Add Subscriptions After Buying Digital Video Start-Up Vhx “I believe we can build a compelling new consumer experience to complement the services we currently provide to creators, »

- Sean Burch

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June Gloom: Donald Trump, Jeff Bezos and Hollywood’s Cyber Threats

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I hate to be gloom and doom in the middle of a beautiful June but the signs are ominous as we stare down a number of significant developments in the world. First off, Donald Trump is still president and doing more damage to our democracy every day. I wake up daily and hope that this bad dream is over and instead find that the man has done some newly reckless, mean or unconstitutional thing. Last week Trump admitted that he did not have recordings of his conversation with James Comey, after suggesting that he did. This is just the latest example. »


- Sharon Waxman

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Bill Cosby Juror: Fame and ‘Lack of Evidence’ Had Effect on Trial (Video)

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The recent trial regarding Bill Cosby sexual assault allegations ended in a mistrial. Now one of the jurors is speaking out, describing the scene and explaining why the group couldn’t come to a unanimous decision. Bobby Dugan, 21, appeared on ABC News’ “Good Morning America” Monday morning to discuss the trial. He described the 52 hours of deliberation as “two weeks of agony.” “I’ve had regret, I guess, when we came to the final deadlocked decision and it kind of has been eating in my mind, that this all could be said and done,” he told ABC’s Linsey Davis. »


- Carli Velocci

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Lucasfilm Unsatisfied With Alden Ehrenreich’s Performance as Han Solo

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As the Han Solo “Star Wars” movie prepares to move forward under new director Ron Howard, a report has surfaced that says Lucasfilm was not only displeased with the progress being made by recently fired filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller, but also by the performance by the project’s leading man, Alden Ehrenreich. According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Lucasfilm decided to hire an acting coach well into the film’s production in order to get a performance the studio felt Lord and Miller were not getting out of the actor. Also Read: Here's the Loophole That Would Give Lord and Miller. »


- Jeremy Fuster

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Kellyanne Conway Defends Weekend Medicaid Comment, Says ‘It’s Not a Lie’

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Kellyanne Conway is defending remarks made over the weekend about cuts to Medicaid in the new health care bill being pushed forward by Republicans. “These are not cuts to Medicaid, George,” she said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” speaking to George Stephanopoulos. “This slows the rate for the future and it allows governors more flexibility with Medicaid dollars because they’re closest to the people in need.” The counselor to President Donald Trump went on: “If you’re currently in Medicaid, if you became a Medicaid recipient through the Obamacare expansion, you’re grandfathered in. We’re talking about in the future. »


- Ashley Boucher

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Pandora Co-Founder and CEO Tim Westergren to Step Down

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Tim Westergren, Chief Executive Officer of popular music streaming service Pandora, plans to step down from his role, according to a report from Recode that cites people close to the situation. The Oakland-based company does not have a replacement ready to go. Westergren will stay on with Pandora until a new CEO is set to take the reigns. Pandora did not immediately return TheWrap’s request for comment on Westergren’s reported pending departure. Also Read: Why Snap, Amazon and Venmo Should Be Worried About Apple's Looming Rollouts Westergren co-founded Pandora 17 years ago and has been its CEO since last year. »

- Sean Burch

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‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ Is ‘What a Summer Movie Should Be,’ Critics Say

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War for the Planet of the Apes” is on its way to joining “Wonder Woman” as one of the best-reviewed films of the summer, with critics hailing it as a powerful conclusion to Fox’s reboot trilogy of the classic 1968 film. With early reviews still coming in, the film currently has a 90 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, same as its 2014 predecessor, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.” TheWrap’s Alonso Duralde was among those that praised the film, giving particular acclaim to Andy Serkis for his performance as the apes’ leader, Caesar, and to the CGI team at Weta Digital. »


- Jeremy Fuster

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Ivanka Trump Tells ‘Fox & Friends': ‘I Try to Stay Out of Politics’ (Video)

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For having a job that takes her into the White House every day, Ivanka Trump has an unexpected philosophy on her burgeoning career in politics. “I try to stay out of politics,” the First Daughter said Monday morning in an interview with “Fox & Friends” host Ainsley Earhardt. “I leave the politics to other people and really lean on those issues that I feel deeply about.” Also Read: 'Why I Disagree With My Dad': Ivanka Trump Meme Takes Off Instead of being involved in politics, Trump said she focuses “on areas where I can add positive value, where I can contribute to the agenda. »


- Ashley Boucher

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Watch The Rock Butcher His Arnold Schwarzenegger Impersonation (Video)

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is many things, but one thing he’s not? An Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonator. Johnson posted a video to his Instagram on Sunday from the set of his upcoming film “Rampage,” in which he tries to do the aforementioned impersonator. To Johnson’s benefit, he admits that it’s “f—ing awful.” “Enjoy me completely butchering my best impersonation while rehearsing on set of ,” he wrote. Also Read: 'Baywatch' Review: Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron Sink in the Shallows However, Johnson also used the platform to talk about his connection with the iconic action star. »


- Carli Velocci

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