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Miley hinted on Twitter that she would be releasing her new single at the Billboard Music Awards!
Ryan Phillippe (Captain America)
To me, this one is a slam-dunk. Other suggestions I’d read around the web included Aaron Eckhart, but a fantastic an actor though he is, he is simply too old to serve as a suitable replacement for Chris Evans. Ryan Phillippe, however, is young enough and similar enough in appearance that, you know what, it just might work. Phillippe isn’t the busiest of actors, but he’s delivered his fair share of memorable performances in recent years, namely Crash and Breach, which is more than can even be said for Evans himself.
The role requires a certain boyishness in the face that the actor certainly has, but also an ability to look convincing when bulked up as well. Given that the man evidently keeps himself in tip-top shape, I don’t think that’s something we’d have to worry about. If anything, this could potentially be an upgrade (great though Evans is in the role).
Josh Holloway (Thor)
For the aloof Asgardian Thor, pre-release suggestions had included the likes of Sean Bean and, would you believe it, Triple H as potentially being cast. While the latter is clearly ludicrous, the former might have been a good choice ten years ago; it’s just difficult to imagine Hemsworth’s muscle-bound hero and even consider Bean getting into that sort of shape nowadays. However, there is an answer, in Josh Holloway, best known for playing the hilarious, smooth rogue Sawyer on J.J. Abrams’ hit show Lost.
Though Holloway hasn’t done a wealth of film work since leaving the show, he is a familiar face to most people, and just by looking at him, it’s clear that he has very similar looks to Hemsworth – flowing, blonde hair, photogenic facial hair as well, and an intense look that would lend itself well to this world. Given the actor’s quick-witted nature, it might be a bit of a stretch for him to dumb himself down, and whether he can nail that booming, deep voice as well remains to be seen.
Still, on pure appearances alone, there are few better.
Cillian Murphy (Loki)
Despite being a peripheral villain for the majority of the MCU, Loki proves to be a surprisingly difficult character to recast, because it requires finding that very specific type of wiry, sinewy man who can play an impetuous villain with the right level of restrained mania. Perhaps no actor is a better fit for the role (after Tom Hiddleston) than Cillian Murphy, who has proven his ability to play deliciously unhinged villains with his portrayal of The Scarecrow in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy.
In addition to this, Murphy resembles Hiddleston to a decent degree; his long black hair is very similar, and he also has recognisable, piercing eyes which would make Loki’s villainy all that more pronounced. Like Hiddleston, he clearly relishes playing the deranged card, and would light up a role like this.
Emily Blunt (Black Widow)
This one makes natural sense because the role of Black Widow was originally set to go to Emily Blunt anyway, but she had to pull out of production on Iron Man 2 because of scheduling conflicts (Fox held her in a contract, forcing her to star in the terrible Gulliver’s Travels instead, though she was the best thing in it…). Instead, Scarlett Johansson nabbed the role, yet frankly (if I can be superficial for a minute), I don’t think audiences would’ve been too cut up if either actress got the role.
The role of Black Widow hasn’t been a particularly Earth-shattering one to date; the basic requirements are that you must have a quick-wit and be sexy, and Emily Blunt easily fits that criteria. The fact that Marvel Studios had initially landed on her over Johansson says it all, really.
Colin Farrell (Iron Man)
But the hardest role of all to re-cast would ostensibly be that of Tony Stark aka Iron Man, the central figure of The Avengers and easily the most popular character, as typified by the astronomical box office returns of his latest outing, Iron Man 3 (currently sitting at $700m+ and climbing). Robert Downey Jr. has fused his own personality so inextricably with that of Stark that anyone else walking into the role would have a mammoth task on their hands, one that even the very best actor would likely struggle to contend with.
Nevertheless, if Downey does decide to bow out, the show must go on, and I think the best choice to replace him would be Colin Farrell. Just look at the above picture; Farrell has a strong resemblance to Downey’s Stark, filling out a suit nicely and working a very similar hair style. He also proved in In Bruges that he can spit out the rapid-fire quick-wit dialogue as good as anyone. Though it would be tough getting used to the intonations and inflections of a new Iron Man, if Marvel were going to make the best of it, they would cast Farrell.
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...as in "She loses things."
From underage drinking to stealing the family car, Jessica turned this relaxing afternoon into a confessional.
"You drank Wild Turkey in 6th grade?!" Cathy said in disbelief after hearing Alba describe an incident with her first boyfriend.
As a mom herself now, Jessica has toned down quite a bit from her wild days, but her mom warns that she's still not as put together as she seems.
"She loses things," said Cathy. "This girl has gone through more passports, more credit cards, more keys..."
"I realized now that I don't have my wedding rings on," said Jessica, who wed producer Cash Warren in 2008. "I'm like, 'Where are they?'"
At a park with Honor and Haven:
Headed to the Today Show (I want her jacket and purse here):
- Diane Kruger rocks a chic polka dot blazer while exiting her hotel on Tuesday (May 7) in New York City. Later in the day, the 36-year-old German actress was seen grabbing lunch with her boyfriend Joshua Jackson in the East Village.
- Diane Kruger stops at Gelson’s Market to pick up some fresh flowers on Wednesday afternoon (May 8) in Hollywood.
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By Dana O'Neil | ESPN.com
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The road back is not a short one; it's stretched along a timetable that could reach as long as eight months.
Kevin Ware doesn't really see it that way, though. The Louisville player who redefined resilience and optimism during the NCAA tournament is taking the same glass-half-full approach to his rehab.
“I look at it all as motivation," he said. “You can’t finish until you get started.’’
And so Ware is taking baby steps, literally and figuratively, on his right leg, which was brutally fractured during the Cardinals’ win over Duke in the Midwest Regional final on March 31. Just five weeks removed from surgery, he is riding a stationary bike and slowly increasing the amount of pressure and weight he can add to his right side.
Kevin Ware's life has dramatically changed since he broke his leg in the NCAA tournament.
Soon his scar should be healed, which will mean he can get to work even more, building up strength in his quad to help carry his leg.
Ware finished up classes last week, and after hanging around town for the Kentucky Derby, he planned to head back home to Atlanta for a short visit and return immediately to Louisville. Once he’s in town, he and athletic trainer Fred Hina will spend lots of quality time together.
Strange as it sounds, Ware is lucky. As gruesome as his injury was, he didn't tear any ligaments, which makes the road back much more straightforward.
So far, Ware’s mental outlook is good -- “I feel like as long as I don’t see the video [replaying the injury], I’ll be fine," he said -- but he’s not kidding himself. Ask any athlete who has been through a long rehab and they will tell you that it is a lonely path, filled with frustrating steps backward and equally difficult plateaus.
Ware has been the toast of the town since his injury, appearing on countless national TV programs, feted by fans and even scoring an invite to the prestigious White House Correspondents' Dinner.
But soon enough, it will be just him and Hina in a room working to get better.
“I’m sure the hard days are coming,’’ he said. “I know they are. But I think I’m a lot stronger now to handle them.’’
Indeed, if anything good has come out of all this, it is Ware’s new sense of self. Once quiet and shy publicly, he has blossomed under the glare of the spotlight. He’s spoken often and eloquently about the determination he fed Louisville en route to its national championship, his strength and selflessness applauded from all corners.
He was stunned to get the ticket to the Correspondents' Dinner, an event filled with media personalities, celebrities and, of course, the president.
Ware admits to being more than a little starstruck at the number of famous people he rubbed elbows with. Though he admits to being lousy with names and couldn't remember everyone, he did say he got to meet U.S. Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas and Willie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty."
Ware also was impressed, he said, with President Obama’s sense of humor -- "I didn't know he was that funny," Ware said -- but left Washington slightly mystified by the number of people who wanted to talk to him.
And more, who knew him.
“I met a lot of famous people, but they were all like, ‘We know you. We want to talk to you,'" Ware said. “I was like, really? That was crazy.’’
That’s really been the wildest part of this entire roller-coaster ride, Ware said -- all of the attention he’s received because of an injury.
“I didn't know how popular I would become just because I broke my leg,’’ he said. “I always wanted to be someone that people would look up to, but I never thought it would happen because I broke my leg.’’
Of course, it’s more than that. The reaction is as much due to how Ware handled himself in the immediate seconds after the injury as it is the horrific injury itself. His strength and resolve to call his teammates over, coupled with the fact that Louisville went on to win the national title, is the sort of story people can wrap their arms around and appreciate.
But now comes the hard part. With no one watching and no one talking about him, it’s up to Ware.
“I’m stronger now,’’ he said. “I can do this.’’
end of an era RIP
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Owen Wilson is in negotiations to star opposite Joaquin Phoenix in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice," an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap.
A representative for Wilson did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
Warner Bros. is financing and distributing the film, which Anderson has adapted from Thomas Pynchon's soft-boiled crime novel.
Story follows pot-smoking private detective Doc Sportello (Phoenix) as he investigates the case of a kidnapped girl he used to date. The film is set in Los Angeles around 1970.
Wilson's role is being kept secret, but TheWrap has learned he will play one of the leads.
Benicio Del Toro is in talks for a small role as Sportello's lawyer, while Charlize Theron has also been rumored for the female lead.
Anderson is producing "Inherent Vice" through his Ghoulardi Film Co. along with JoAnne Sellar and Daniel Lupi. Production will start later this month.
Wilson will soon be seen opposite Vince Vaughn in Shawn Levy's comedy "The Internship," which Fox opens on June 7. He has also wrapped Wes Anderson's "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and the indie comedy "You Are Here," which is directed by "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner.
Wilson is represented by UTA and attorney Robert S. Wallerstein.
Cigs & Red Vines has stated that Wilson, "will be playing the character of Coy Harlingen, a surf-saxophone player for a band called The Boards. In the book, Coy was rumored to be dead of a heroin over-dose but is indeed a central character that appears throughout the entire story."
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The original “Power Rangers” cast circa 1993:
And chillin’ on set:
The Red Ranger then:
The Red Ranger now:
According to IMDB, he lives in Washington DC and works as a paramedic.
He apparently always wears a bluetooth, too.
The Pink Ranger Then:
The Pink Ranger Now:
Amy Jo Johnson is basically the only Power Ranger that has been consistently working since the “Power Rangers” ended. Her last television role was as a lead on the show “Flashpoint.”
she also goes to movies.
The Green Ranger Then:
Then Green Ranger Now:
Jason David Frank is now an MMA fighter.
He has a lot of tattoos…
… and sometimes has green highlights.
He also has a "Power Rangers" tattoo...
The Blue Ranger Then:
The Blue Ranger Now:
He’s gay! Of course there was a gay ranger! He’s also, according to IMDB, an accomplished gymnast.
He does a lot of comic book shows, too:
The Black Ranger Then:
The Black Ranger Now:
He apparently still fights putties. He’s also apparently missing the middle finger on his left hand.
According to IMDB, he’s going to be in a movie called Man Without A Head.
Aw, and here’s a pic of the Blue, Green, and Black Ranger hanging out. <3
The Yellow Ranger Then:
The Yellow Ranger Now:
Thuy Trang passed away tragically in a car accident on September 3, 2001. This message was posted on a fan website a week later. She was 27.
David Yost (the Blue Ranger) paid tribute to her last year with his favorite picture of him and her.
Sources: Buzzfeed, Jason David Frank's Fanpage, Walter Emanuel Johnson's Fanpage, David Yost's Twitter, Amy Jo Johnson's Twitter, IMDB
OMG I'm sorry about the cut in the last post.
As of today, no NFL player has ever came out as gay during their playing career but that hasn't stopped players like DeMario Davis from weighing in on the prospect.
Davis, a linebacker with the New York Jets, tells the NY Daily News that it's all about winning - even if he privately thinks that gay player is a sinner.
'When it comes to the (Jets), I put my personal beliefs separate from the team,' says Davis.
He then adds: 'According to the scriptures, and God’s law, homosexuality is wrong. The act is wrong.'
But he's the love the sinner, hate the sin type when it comes to gays, drunks and people who have sex but are not married to each other.
'I’ve got homosexuals in my family who I love to death,' Davis says. 'I’ve got drunks in my family. I’ve got people who have premarital sex in my family. And I don’t agree with any of those things, but I still love and respect those people....The way that person would be viewed would not be changed. If that person were to go on and say he’s a Christian and he’s homosexual that doesn’t change how I feel about him. That’s his view, and I have mine.'
Since NBA player Jason Collins came out last month, there has been a feeling that athletes from some of the other major US team sports might soon follow suit.
It is not yet known if Collins, a 12-year veteran who is currently a free agent, will be picked up by a team next season.
For his part, Davis sees it as an inevitability that one day he will have a gay teammate.
'Anybody that can help our team, we’re more than happy to have them,' he says. 'It’s that same open-arms approach: we respect all in our locker room. We love all in our locker room.'
The show is over for Smash, which has officially been canceled.
After a stunningly dismal return to the schedule, the rebooted drama under new showrunner Josh Safran was bumped to Saturdays in March. Despite the infusion of scores of Broadway stars and cameos from Rosie O'Donnell and Liza Minelli, among others, the series is averaging a measly 0.8 among adults 18-49 and just under 3 million total viewers -- a far cry from its freshman run.
In a nod to the value of the project to network entertainment president Bob Greenblatt, NBC will air all 17 episodes of Smash, with Safran acknowledging that the final episode was crafted as a "series finale."
ABC is moving forward with projects from Rebel Wilson, Breakin In's Adam F. Goldberg and Lone Star's Kyle Killen.
Less than a week before Disney bass is set to present its new fall wares to Madison Avenue buyers, ABC has picked up a comedy starring James Caan, two projects from David Zabel and Ryan Seacrest Production's first scripted effort Mixology. They will join returning series including Modern Family, The Middle, Scandal and Grey's Anatomy on the network's 2013-14 schedule.
Here's a look at what else has been ordered:
Super Fun Night* (rolled from CBS last year)
Logline: Revolves around three nerdy female friends, including Pitch Perfect's Rebel Wilson, on a "funcomfortable" quest to have "super fun" every Friday night.
Cast: Rebel Wilson, Kelen Coleman, Kevin Bishop, Lauren Ash, Liza Lapira
Team: W/EP Rebel Wilson; EP Conan O'Brien, David Kissinger, Jeff Ross, EP/D John Riggi
Studio: Warner Bros. Television, Conaco Productions
The Goldbergs* (previously How the Hell Am I Normal, untitled Adam F. Goldberg)
Logline: A dysfunctional Wonder Years set in the simpler times of the 1980s, inspired by Adam F. Goldberg's childhood.
Cast: Wendi McLendon-Covey, Jeff Garlin, George Segal, Hayley Orrantia, Darien Provost, Troy Gentile, Sean Giambrone (as a young Adam F. Goldberg)
Team: W/EP Adam F. Goldberg (Breaking In); EP Doug Robinson, EP/D Seth Gordon; co-EP Bill Wee
Studio: Sony Pictures Television, Happy Madison
Back in the Game* -- (formerly the untitled Cullens project)
Logline: When Terry Gannon (Psych's Maggie Lawson), a recently divorced, single mother, temporarily moves in with her estranged father (James Caan), a beer-swilling former baseball player, she reluctantly starts coaching her son's (Griffin Gluck) underdog little league team and is drawn back into the world of sports she vowed to leave behind.
Cast: James Caan, Maggie Lawson (1st position before USA's Psych), Griffin Gluck, Ben Koldyke, Kennedy Waite, Lenora Crichlow, J.J. Totah, Cooper Roth
Team: W/EP Mark Cullen, Robb Cullen (Las Vegas); EP Aaron Kaplan; EP/D John Requa, Glenn Ficarra
Studio: 20th Television, Kaplan Entertainment
Logline: A reformed party girl named Kate (Malin Akerman) finds herself with an instant family when she falls in love with a man named Brad (Bradley Whitford) who has three manipulative children and two judgmental ex-wives.
Cast: Bradley Whitford, Malin Akerman, Marcia Gay Harden, Michaela Watkins, Natalie Morales, Ryan Scott Lee, Albert Tsai, Gianna LePera
Team: W/EP Emily Halpern (Private Practice), Sarah Haskins; EP Gene Stupnitsky, Lee Eisenberg; D Jason Moore
Studio: ABC Studios
Logline: A high-concept single-camera comedy from the writers behind The Hangover set in the world of a sexy Manhattan bar chronicling the exploits of singles in search of love -- all over the course of one night.
Cast: Kate Simses, Ginger Gonzaga Mercedes Masohn, Blake Lee, Andrew Santino, Adam Campbell, Vanessa Lengies (1st position over Fox's Glee), Craig Frank, Alexis Carra, Sarah Bolger (ohhh so no more mulan and aurora right??),Adan Canto
Team: W/EP Jon Lucas, Scott Moore (The Hangover); EP Nina Wass, Ryan Seacrest; D Larry Charles
Studio: ABC Studios, Ryan Seacrest Productions
Mind Games* (previously Influlence)
Logline: Provocative workplace ensemble centered on the complicated relationship between two brothers (SteveZahn, Christian Slater) who head a unique agency designed to attack their clients’ problems using the real science of human motivation and manipulation.
Cast: Steve Zahn, Christian Slater, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Cedric Sanders, Gregory Marcel, Wynn Everett, RonRifkin (guest star)
Team: W/EP Kyle Killen (Awake); EP Keith Redmon; D Miguel Sapochnik
Studio: 20th Television
Logline: It's hard to fit in when you're the only woman in the notoriously male Texas Rangers, but that doesn't stop Molly Parker (Battlestar Galactica's Tricia Helfer) -- our ballsy, beautiful badass who knows how to get to the truth and isn't afraid to ruffle a few feathers on her way there. Based on the Argentine series Mujeres Asesinas.
Cast: Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica), Marc Blucas (Buffy), Michael Trucco, Alex Fernandez, Marta Milans
Team: W Hannah Shakespeare (The Raven); EP Sofia Vergara; EP/D Martin Campbell
Studio: ABC Studios, Electus, Latin World Entertainment
Resurrection (The Returned)*
Logline: What happens when the people you have mourned and buried suddenly appear on your doorstep as if not a day's gone by? The lives of the people of Aurora Arcadia are forever changed when their deceased loved ones return. Based on a novel by Jason Mott.
Cast: Omar Epps (House), Devin Kelley (Covert Affairs), Matt Craven, Frances Fisher, Samaire Armstrong, Sam Hazeldine, Nicholas Gonzalez, Mark Hildreth, Kurtwood Smith, Landon Gimenez
Team: W/EP Aaron Zelman (Criminal Minds); EP JoAnn Alfano, Jon Liebman, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner; D Charles McDougall
Studio: ABC Studios, Brillstein Entertainment, Plan B
Logline: An adaptation of British drama The Syndicate, the drama revolves around seven employees of a service station in Queens whose lives are changed in unexpected ways when they win a lottery jackpot.
Cast: Stephen Louis Grush, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Summer Bishil, Anastasia Phillips, Christine Evangelista, Lorraine Bruce, Luis Antonio Ramos
Team: W/EP David Zabel, Jason Richman (Detroit 187); EP Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey, Steven Spielberg; D PaulMcGuigan
Studio: ABC Studios, Amblin TV
Logline: A beautiful but unhappily married female photographer (Boss' Hannah Ware) begins a torrid affair with a lawyer for a powerful family. When he turns out to be defending a murder suspect who is being prosecuted by her husband (Chris Johnson), the relationship and the case begin a spiraling series of betrayals with cataclysmic results for everyone involved.
Cast: Hannah Ware (Boss), Stuart Townsend, James Cromwell, Henry Thomas, Chris Johnson (Against the Wall), Wendy Moniz, Elizabeth McLaughlin, Braeden Lemasters
Team: W/EP David Zabel (ER); EP Rob Golenberg, Alon Aranya; D Patty Jenkins
Studio: ABC Studios
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland
Logline: Told through the point of view of Alice (Sophie Lowe), she has a generous heart but carries the scars of a hard life. She's joined by Cyrus (Peter Gadiot), Alice’s love interest, and the Knave of Hearts (Michael Socha), a sardonic adventurer.
Cast: Sophie Lowe, Peter Gadiot, Michael Socha, Emma Rigy, Paul Reubens (voicing the White Rabbit)
Team: W/EP Eddy Kitsis, Adam Horowitz; EP Jane Espenson, Zack Estrin, Steve Pearlman
Studio: ABC Studios
What shows will you watch ontd???
So relieved it was renewed! I think a mini-season will be the perfect ending to a pretty great show.
"I think I wore it better!"
– Robin Williams, comparing his floral Mrs. Doubtfire ensemble to Kim Kardashian's Met Gala gown, on Twitter
"What is the best thing about not having Joe Simpson as a father-in-law ... I don't have to play grab a– under the table on Easter Sunday."
– Nick Lachey, taking a jab at his former father-in-law, on Watch What Happens Live
"I would like more children. I think my daughter needs some company."
– Beyoncé, on expanding her family, on Good Morning America
"It's a fashion party. And then Tom Brady and Gisele walk in and you're like, 'You win. We get it.'"
– John Krasinksi, on his experience at this year's Met Gala, on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
"If u ever hit the gym & need a work out buddy, call me."
– Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, offering her support to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on his mission to get healthy, on Twitter
"I wasn't getting a lot of support, so buddies told me there's a kickstarter thing. So if you wanna see a sequel, please go to Kickstarter.com and put in your vote … every little bit helps."
– Robert Downey Jr., joking about plans for a fourth film following Iron Man 3's big opening weekend, on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
"To know her is to love her."
– Michael Bublé, singing the praises of duet partner Reese Witherspoon, on Chelsea Lately
"I am perfect the way I am right now."
– Wendy Williams, proud of her 175 lbs. physique, on The Dr. Oz Show
"It's a little bit chaotic for them because they're California dogs. They move at a slower pace … like surfer dogs."
– Zooey Deschanel, on how pups Dot and Zelda are adapting to life in New York City, on the Late Show with David Letterman
"They'll be a massive party from start to finish."
– Britney Spears, on her upcoming Las Vegas residency, to Shape magazine
HAPPY FRIDAY, ONTD! :-) xoxo A big hug to all the Mommas out there this weekend!
Sincesplitting from Will Arnett last September, after nine years of marriage, Poehler, 41, has been single, taking care of sons Archie, 4, and Abel, 2.
Now she's dating comic Nick Kroll, who stars in his own Kroll Show on Comedy Central, a source confirms to PEOPLE.
They have also worked together when Kroll, 34, guest starred on Poehler's Parks and Recreation in the recurring role of "The Douche."
Poehler, who drew praise for her Golden Globe hosting turn with pal Tina Fey, made a solo appearance the White House Correspondents Association dinner last month in Washington, D.C. She continues to stay busy, announcing earlier this week a production company formed with her brother Greg Poehler, called Syskon.
The company will develop a half-hour English-language comedy series for Swedish television, based on her brother's life, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Leslie and The Douche!
The 'Single Ladies' singer performed at the Manchester Arena on Wednesday evening where X Factor champ Joe was in attendance with his cousin after managing to bag tickets in the coveted VIP circle.
The 'Ambitions' singer got more than he bargained for when Beyonce flew into the middle podium to sing a medley of songs including 'Crazy In Love' and 'Love On Top,' the latter of which she passed the microphone onto Joe to belt out a few notes.
Beyonce appeared to be so surprised yet impressed by Joe's first effort that she passed the mic to him again so he could sing another line.
Joe couldn't contain his excitement and took to Twitter to gush about his exchange with Queen Bey, writing: “Sooo i can touch the stage from my seat!!! i am soo excited!!!”
“SO I HAVE ACTUALLY JUST SANG WITH BEYONCE!! she kept passing the mic back to me!!!!!! i can die a happy man now!!!!!!!”
“she bent down and past the mic during love on top and we had a little sing!!! i am buzzing!!!! now im gunna try and sleep haha!! my cousin has my beyonce moment on camera will try get it uploaded tomoz!!” he continued.
Well done, Joe! Beyonce will be performing the final night of her UK leg in Manchester tonight.