Emmy Awards Will Have No Host This Year, Following Host-Less Oscars | HuffPost

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — The Oscars did it, and now the Emmys will too. There will be no host at the ceremony honoring TV’s best next month.

Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier said Wednesday that going hostless allows more time to salute departing shows, including “Game of Thrones.”

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UFO festival lands in Western PA this weekend

If Area 51 is too far of a trip for you, check out Kecksburg’s UFO Festival!

Kecksburg is celebrating 54 years of alien encounters with its UFO festival this weekend, July 26 through July 28.

On Dec. 9, 1965, Kecksburg residents reported a fireball streaked through the sky and then an object showed up in nearby woods.

This year will mark the 14th year of the UFO festival.

The family-friendly weekend will include a parade showcasing the town’s best UFO costumes and floats, a bed race and fireworks.

UFO, Bigfoot, & Paranormal Speakers:

  • UFO, Bigfoot, & Paranormal researchers and group displays all weekend.
  • UFO-Paranormal Conference on Sunday at 1:00 PM.
  • Kecksburg UFO Festival Conference Speaker List and presentations.
  • The event is free to the public. The Kecksburg V.F.D. appreciates a donation at the door.
  • Introduction by Ron Struble-Kecksburg V.F.D.
  • Stan Gordon-UFO-Bigfoot Researcher-Author.

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WATERFRONT CASTING CALL: Agency plans open casting call at Waterfront comics store | WPXI

HOMESTEAD, Pa. – Think you’ve got the right look for a music video, horror film, or sci-fi drama? A media company in Pittsburgh is holding an open casting call at the Waterfront.

Officials with Sound Spectrum Media said the event will be held at New Dimension Comics at the Waterfront.

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If you’re interested in being an extra or auditioning for the casting call, the event runs from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday the weekend of July 20-21.

Officials with Sound Spectrum Media ask that you bring a copy of your resume and your portfolio when you arrive. Agency officials said the call is open to anyone between the ages of 7 and 60.


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2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards list of winners | Fox News

A complete list of winners from the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards.

Best movie: “Avengers: Endgame”

Best show: “Game of Thrones”

Best performance in a movie: Lady Gaga (Ally) – “A Star is Born”

Best performance in a show: Elisabeth Moss (June Osborne/Offred) – “The Handmaid’s Tale”

Best hero: Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man) – “Avengers: Endgame”

Best villain: Josh Brolin (Thanos) – “Avengers: Endgame”

Best kiss:  Noah Centineo & Lana Condor (Peter Kavinsky & Lara Jean) – “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”

Reality royalty: “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”

Best comedic performance: Daniel Levy (David Rose) – “Schitt’s Creek”

Breakthrough performance: Noah Centineo (Peter Kavinsky) – “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”

Best fight: “Captain Marvel” – Captain Marvel vs. Minn-Erva

Best real-life hero: Ruth Bader Ginsburg – “RBG”

Most frightened performance:  Sandra Bullock (Malorie) – “Bird Box”

Best documentary:  “Surviving R. Kelly”

Best host: Nick Cannon – “Wild ‘n Out”

Most meme-able moment: “The Bachelor” – Colton Underwood jumps the fence

Best musical moment: A Star is Born – “Shallow”

Source: 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards list of winners | Fox News

Gloria Vanderbilt, model, fashion designer and mother to Anderson Cooper, dead at 95 | Fox News

Gloria Vanderbilt died at age 95, her son Anderson Cooper revealed on Monday.

Model, clothing designer, heiress and socialite Gloria Vanderbilt died at age 95, her son Anderson Cooper revealed on Monday.

Cooper said he took Vanderbilt to the hospital several weeks earlier, where she learned she had severe stomach cancer that had metastasized.

Cooper eulogized his mother on CNN on Monday morning, saying that when she found out she was ill, she told him, “It’s like that old song: Show me the way to get out of this world because that’s where everything is.”

Source: Gloria Vanderbilt, model, fashion designer and mother to Anderson Cooper, dead at 95 | Fox News

NETFLIX SERIES PITTSBURGH: Extras needed for new Netflix series being filmed in Pittsburgh | WPXI

PITTSBURGH – Extras Casting is looking for people to be in a new Netflix series being filmed in Pittsburgh this summer.

The series, called “I Am Not Okay With This,” is about a teenage girl navigating her way through high school life while dealing with her family, sexuality and mysterious new superpowers.

Casting directors are looking for extras who can portray high school and college age students for multiple days of filming. Extras will also be portraying football teams, fans, basketball players, prom attendees and more.

Filming will take place from early June through August.

For more information, visit www.movieextraspittsburgh.com.


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Woodstock 50 Canceled By Its Investors : NPR

The Dentsu Aegis Network, which had been funding the ambitious, three-day 50th-anniversary music festival with headliners including Jay-Z and Santana, says that the August event will not happen.

“We are committed to ensuring that the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock is marked with a festival deserving of its iconic name and place in American history and culture,” Woodstock 50 LLC said in a statement. “Although our financial partner is withdrawing,  we will of course be continuing with the planning of the festival and intend to bring on new partners. We would like to acknowledge the State of New York and Schuyler County for all of their hard work and support. The bottom line is, there is going to be a Woodstock 50th Anniversary Festival, as there must be,  and it’s going to be a blast.”

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(variety) – Jack Larson, Jimmy Olsen on ‘Adventures Of Superman’ TV Show, Dies at 87

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Jack Larson, best know for his role as reporter Jimmy Olsen on the first Superman TV show, died Sunday at his home in Brentwood, Calif. He was 87.

Larson played George Reeves’ (Clark Kent/Superman) wide-eyed coworker at The Daily Planet — a role he tried, in vain, to escape throughout his career — on “Adventures of Superman” in the 1950s.

Larson appeared on “Superman” for six seasons, beginning in 1951. The series came to a close following Reeves’ sudden death in 1959.

Larson was also a playwright; his works include 1966’s “The Candied House,” based on “Hansel and Gretel”; “Cherry, Larry, Sandy, Doris, Jean, Paul,” a comedy about being gay; 1968’s “Chuck”; and 1998’s “The Astronaut’s Tale.” Larson wrote librettos for operas, such as Virgil Thomson’s “Lord Byron.”

He produced several films written and/or directed by his longtime partner, James Bridges, who he met on the set of Ethel Barrymore’s final film, “Johnny Trouble,” in 1957. Larson produced “The Baby Maker” (1970), “Mike’s Murder” (1984) and “Perfect” (1985), among Bridges’ other movies, through their production company.

Larson also appeared in the 1991 series “Superboy” as “Old Jimmy Olsen” (an older version of Justin Whalin’s character), in an episode of ABC’s “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” and Bryan Singer’s “Superman Returns” in 2006.

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(eonline) – 2015 Emmy Awards: All of the Best and Worst Moments From the Show!

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Andy Samberg, Emmy Awards 2015, Show Phil McCarten/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images

The 67th annual Emmy Awards are here!Hollywood’s first step into awards season started tonight with the highly anticipated night dedicated to all things television, with the help of our host for the evening, Andy Samberg.

So between the jokes, the booze, the awards and the surprising moments, it can become quite the task to keep up with what’s going on.

Don’t you fret, friend. That’s what we’re here for! Here are some of the best and worst moments from the 2015 Emmy Awards:

Binge Truth: Anyone who has ever decided to binge-watch a TV series felt deeply connected to Samberg’s opening skit. Locking himself away for a year, without any connection to the outside world, to catch up on all of the series out there is real life for many of us.

Serving the LOLs: Samberg continued a strong opening with a successful monologue. There were laughs, there were successful punch lines, and, of course, the zingers (hey Bill Cosby and Kim Davis!).

RELATED: They said what?! Get the celeb red carpet quotes from the 2015 Emmy Awards

Amy Schumer, Amy Poehler

Amy-Squared: The geniuses behind the Emmys opted to pair Amy Poehler and Amy Schumer together to present the first award of the night, and obvs, it was the best decision.”And what an exciting two to four hours for women in comedy,” Poehler quipped.

“And let’s not forget what night is really about, celebrating hilarious women and letting the Internet weigh in on who looks the worst,” Schumer added. THE AMY’S FOR PRESIDENT! Or at least, host the Oscars?

Problem Solved: Ricky Gervais may or may not win tonight, so he had a plan. Why not play it safe and just hold an Emmy while presenting so pictures make it seem like he won? Boom. Problem solved.

Ricky Gervais, Emmy Awards 2015, Show Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Bow Chicka Bow Wow: John Stamos and Gina Rodriguez joined together on stage and did some flirting back and forth, and we can’t blame ’em.This Just Happened: Oh, Andy.

Rebel With a Cause: Jimmy Kimmel wants the power. He has the power. He has the card. And he decided to cut out the winner from the card (and eat it ) so he could give the award to whoever he wants. Congrats, Jeffrey Tambor!

Positive Message: Following a heartfelt speech from director Jill Soloway, who urged people to vote for trans rights, Transparent‘s Jeffrey Tambor dedicated his award to the transgender community. “Thank you for your patience. Thank you for your courage. Thank you for your stories. Thank you for your inspiration. Thank you for letting us be part of the change. God bless you.

Jimmy Kimmel, Emmy Awards 2015 Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Hooray, Accountants: James Corden made history tonight by getting the crowd to do a standing ovation when recognizing the accountants Ernest & Young. Hey, they deserve some solid cheers, too!
Awkward Alert: Terrence Howard went in for the kiss on the cheek while presenting with Empire co-star Taraji P. Henson, and she just rubbed it off and made a face, LOL!

Smokey Eye for the Win: While tearfully accepting her award, Schumer made sure to mention someone very important—her makeup artist. “Thanks everybody who has helped me and my…the girl who gave me sort of this smoky eye. I really love it.” LOL!

Sweet Mommy Moment: When accepting her award, Regina King concluded her speech with a sweet mention to a very important young man in her life. “My son, IanThe fact that I get to share this night with you, the best date in the house. Oh, man. You make being a mother my greatest accomplishment. I love you.

So Many Feelings: That montage of series finales from this year was too much. Seriously. The emotions are everywhere. WE WEREN’T READY.

Jon Hamm, Emmy Awards 2015 Phil McCarten/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images

Aw, Jon Stewart: The former Daily Show host seems to miss the spotlight. When accepting yet another award tonight, he candidly told the crowd, “To everybody on television, I just want to tell you, cling to it, as long as you can, like death…I have been off of television for six weeks, seven weeks, whatever it is. This is the first applause I’ve heard. It is a barren wasteland out there.” We miss you, too, Jon.

Bleep Award:..goes to Game of ThronesD.B. Weiss who said, “When people say they didn’t plan things, I always thought they were full of s–t.”

Tissues, Please: Oh man, Uzo Aduba just made the waterworks come out.

All Together Now: FINALLY! Jon Hamm has taken home an Emmy for his role in Mad Men. About damn time.

Breaking Barriers: Viola Davis gave a powerful speech upon winning the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, the first woman of color to ever win this category.

“The only thing that separates women of color from anyone else is opportunity. You cannot win an Emmy for roles that are simply not there.”

Tracy’s Back: Making a surprise appearance, Tracy Morgan, who  made his return to the stage to present the final award of the night. “Thanks to my amazing doctors and the support of my family, my beautiful new wife, I’m here.”

And the jokes were back, too. “Only recently, I’ve started to feel like myself again, so, which means a whole lot of y’all women gonna get pregnant at the after-party. It’s going down.”

For all the fashion hits and misses, tune in to a brand-new Fashion Police Monday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m., only on E!PHOTOS: 2015 Emmys red carpet arrivals

 

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(ibtimes.com) – ‘Once Upon A Time’ Season 5 Spoilers: Executive Producers Tease LGBT ‘Love Story’

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“Once Upon a Time” executive producers have revealed they will introduce an LGBT relationship in Season 5, but won’t say whether it will involve Jamie Chung’s character Mulan (pictured here). Once Upon a Time/Facebook

“Once Upon a Time” executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis revealed that fans will see a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender “love story” in Season 5. While it was previously revealed Mulan (Jamie Chung) is a lesbian, Horowitz and Kitsis won’t say whether the same-sex romance will involve the female warrior or another character.

“We know that [LGBT] community have been big supporters of the show, and we would love to be able to tell a love story that reflects that,” Kitsis said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. “It is something that we’re going to do this year.”

Horowitz added: “We want the show to reflect the world as it is now. Whether that’s going to be with any particular character, we’re not going to say … It’s something we think is due and important to do on the show.”

During Season 3, it was revealed Mulan was in love with Princess Aurora (Sarah Bolger), but never told her because the sleeping beauty said she was pregnant with Prince Phillip’s (Julian Morris) baby. The last time fans saw Mulan was shortly after Aurora revealed her baby news and Mulan joined Robin Hood (Sean Maguire) and his Merry Men.

However, Chung took to Twitter Tuesday to tell fans she was reprising her role as Mulan in Season 5. It’s unclear how soon “Once Upon a Time” will introduce the LGBT storyline, but we do have a few details about the Season 5 premiere.

The first episode, titled “The Dark Swan,” will pick up after Emma (Jennifer Morrison) was swallowed by a cloud of darkness in the Season 4 finale. During the premeire episode, Emma’s family and friends will go searching for her, not realizing she was transported to the Enchanted Forest and is no longer in their “world.” The synopsis also teased that fans will see Ginnifer Goodwin’s character Snow, Josh Dallas’ Prince Charming and Colin O’Donoghue’s Captain Hook team up with an “unlikely ally” to help find Emma.

“Once Upon a Time” Season 5 premieres on ABC Sunday, Sept. 27, at 8 p.m. EDT.

(guardian) – Emmy awards face the future as television becomes more diverse

Nominated shows like Empire, Transparent and How to Get Away With Murder reflect increased appetite for television that reflects racial and gender diversity

The Emmys are notorious for awarding the same shows with trophies year after year. For instance, only two shows, Modern Family and 30 Rock, have won outstanding comedy in the last eight years.

However, there are signs that the Emmys are finally catching up with TV’s new world. Due to a number of rule changes, and viewers’ increasing appetites for shows that reflect the racial and cultural diversity of America, this year’s ceremony, which takes place in Los Angeles on Sunday and will be hosted by Andy Samberg, has the potential to be groundbreaking.

To date, no woman of colour has ever won the outstanding lead actress in a drama award. Yet this year, both How to Get Away with Murder’s Viola Davis and Empire’sTaraji P Henson stand a strong chance of taking home the award over fellow nominees Claire Danes (for Homeland), Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), Mad Men (Elizabeth Moss) and Robin Wright (House of Cards).

Both shows have been massively successful. In February, Empire – a torrid soap with a largely African American cast set in the music industry – astonishingly became the first show since 1992 to increase its ratings over the course of its first five weeks on air (most shows have a popular first week, then immediately plunge in week two). Empire is also hugely popular on social media, with a much-anticipated second series due to launch on Fox next week.

Henson, who plays Cookie, a soap villainess in the tradition of Dynasty’s Alexis Colby, has “a very good shot” at the prize, says Daniel Montgomery, a senior editor at awards prognostication website GoldDerby.

Davis, meanwhile, will be hoping the Emmy will provide company for the Screen Actors Guild award she won in January for female actor in a drama series. During her speech, she thanked How to Get Away With Murder’s production team “for thinking that a sexualised, messy, mysterious woman could be a 49-year-old, dark-skinned African American woman who looks like me”.

Transparent, Amazon’s show about a transgender woman played by Jeffrey Tambor, may also break new ground. If it wins the Emmy for outstanding comedy, it will be the first show on a streaming service to take one of the two major awards. The same will be true if Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt wins – though both face stiff competition from perpetual winner Modern Family, expected to take the prize for the sixth time.

House of Cards or Orange Is the New Black could also provide Netflix with its first major awards triumph if they can best Better Call Saul, Downton Abbey, Game of Thrones, Homeland and Mad Men in the race for outstanding drama.

GoldDerby’s Montgomery describes Tambor, up for lead actor in a comedy, as “the safest frontrunner in any category at the Emmys”. A victory for Transparent would cap been a banner year for transgender visibility on television, which began when Laverne Cox became the first trans actor to win an Emmy, for Orange Is the New Black, and continued with the launch of Caitlyn Jenner’s reality show I am Cait, which charts her exploration of her new female identity.

At last week’s Creative Arts Emmys, which honour technical achievements in television, Transparent won awards for costumes, main title music, and Bradley Whitford’s guest performance. “I love to be in a show that is a voice of understanding, compassion and radical inclusion,” Whitford said in his acceptance speech. “We’re not there yet, but non-judgment day is coming.”

 Amy Schumer, currently the hottest talent in American comedy, is a favourite to win an award. Her show Inside Amy Schumer has been nominated for the inaugural award for variety sketch series, while she has also been recognised in the categories for lead actress in a comedy, writing for a variety sketch series, and directing for a variety sketch series.

Meanwhile, the offscreen awards categories are also becoming marginally less male, though women are still woefully under-represented. On Thursday, the Women’s Media Centre analysed the writing, editing, producing and directing categories and found that this year this year 25% of the nominees are female – slightly up from the 22% average over the previous 10 years.

“The bottom line: if more women were hired as writers, directors, editors, producers, and especially as creators and executive producers, the talent pool for nominations would be more reflective of the overall population and audience – more than half of which are women,” Julie Burton, the WMC president said.

It’s not just political and social changes threatening to drag the Emmys into the modern day, but the rules behind the awards themselves. Earlier this year the Academy ofTelevision Arts and Sciences, which runs the show, made some alterations to reflect changing viewing habits and to prevent shows from “category shopping”, or bending the rules to insert their shows into the categories they were most likely to win.

Under this new rubric, all 30-minute shows are considered comedies and all hour-long programmes go into the drama categories. Appeals can still be made – Glee successfully lobbied to compete as a comedy for its final season – but Orange is the New Black failed and will be competing in the drama category for the first time.

“Emmy judging is generally preferential, so in order to have the voters rank the nominations one against the other, apples need to compete against apples,” John Leverence, senior vice-president of awards for the academy, told the Guardian. “If category shopping results in apples mixed in with oranges, there can be no true preferential voting.”

This change is also a response to the proliferation of anthology shows such as True Detective and American Horror Story, which change their storylines and casts each season. Last year the two shows competed in the drama and miniseries categories respectively, even though they are of a similar format.

Under the new rules, they have both been shuttled to a category called “limited series” defined as “programmes of two or more episodes with a total running time of at least 150 minutes that tell a complete, non-recurring story, and do not have an ongoing storyline and/or main characters in subsequent seasons”.

British hopes at the awards are represented by eight nominations apiece for Wolf Halland Downton Abbey, with UK actors up Emmys including Ricky Gervais (outstanding lead actor in a limited series or a movie for the Derek special), David Oyelowo (for HBO’s Nightingale, in which he plays a man descending into insanity) and Alan Cumming (for The Good Wife.)

While some are having their first shots, there are many final chances for Emmy favorites. The Colbert Report, which went off the air at the end of 2014 so that Stephen Colbert could take the reins of CBS’s Late Show, and the iteration of The Daily Show fronted by Jon Stewart, will square off for the last time in the Variety categories.

This year will be Mad Men’s fifth and final chance to win the outstanding drama series trophy – an award it has taken three times. Though Mad Men’s actors have never won for their roles in the show, Jon Hamm, Elizabeth Moss and Christina Hendricks are all nominated.

Hamm, who plays dissipated adman Don Draper, is frontrunner in the outstanding lead actor category against Bob Odenkirk (for Better Call Saul), Kyle Chandler (Bloodline), Kevin Spacey (House of Cards), Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) and Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan).

Game of Thrones also has a chance to enter the record books on Sunday night. This year, it is the most nominated show – with 24 nods in all – and it swept the board at the Creative Arts Emmys, winning eight trophies. Just two more wins on the main stage will beat the nine trophies won by The West Wing in 2000, currently the record holder.

Will a fantasy show set in a fictional medieval kingdom be the main winner on the year the Emmys finally face the future?

 

 

(eonline) – We Talked to Nurses Who Won’t Be Watching The View Ever Again—Read Their Reactions

Miss Colorado, Miss America Pageant 2016, The ViewABC/Ida Mae Astute; ABC/Lou Rocco

Nurses everywhere are incredibly pissed off at the hosts of The View…and for good reason.In case you missed it, on Tuesday the talk show’s hosts—Michelle Collins, Joy Behar, Raven-Symoné and Paula Farisdiscussed the talent portion of the Miss America competition, during which Miss Colorado Kelley Johnson performed a monologue about her profession as a nurse while wearing her scrubs and a stethoscope around her neck.The ladies of The View found the whole performance quite “hilarious,” as Collins described it, that she “basically just read her emails out loud.” Meanwhile, Behar made the mistake of questioning, “Why does she have a doctor’s stethoscope around her neck?”
 
The commentary resulted in outrage, sparking the hashtag #NursesUnite and an entire Facebook page dedicated to “Show Me Your Stethoscope” on which nurses across the nation are sharing their touching stories about the way they’ve impacted so many lives.Despite both Collins and Behar releasing statements of apology, the controversy only continues to grow, even causing Johnson & Johnson as well as Eggland’s Best topull their advertisements from The View. On Friday morning, the hosts again attempted to smooth things over by inviting a group of nurses on the ABC show to discuss the importance of their profession.But it seems it was all too little too late.
We spoke with several nurses to get their opinion on The View, and to no surprise, they aren’t accepting the hosts’ apologies. Here’s what they had to say:Sarah, Baltimore, Md.
“To hear the hosts of The View speak so ignorantly about a nurse just reminds me again how little people truly know about nurses. We are strong. So strong. We deal with sickness, pain, and death on a daily basis. Some of us hold the hands of mothers who are bringing life into this world, while others are holding the hands of those who are taking their last breaths. We work long, tiring hours that are mostly spent on our feet. We forgo lunch and bathroom breaks to make sure that our patients receive the best care. We work holidays and weekends. We spend more time with our co-workers than our own families. This is the life of a nurse—my life. The life of so many wonderful, caring, amazing people. “She adds, “So, to the hosts of The View who think that nurses walk around in costumes with doctors’ stethoscopes around their necks: think again. At the same time you were sitting in your comfortable chairs, laughing at and judging us, we were too busy to watch your show because we were at work saving lives. When’s the last time any of you can say you’ve done that?!”Kelsey Tiffany, Los Angeles.
“I feel the comments made by The View were wrong and judgmental. It was clear they spoke nationally about a subject they know hardly anything about. As a current nursing student, I have realized how important nurses are—not just in the aspect of caring for the sick, but also being the eyes and ears for the doctors. We don’t just wear stethoscopes to look ‘cool’—we wear them for a number of medical reasons. The way the women on The View spoke about us made it sounds like we’re unnecessary in the medical field. It was incredibly upsetting But when one of them shows up at the hospital and needs our care, we’ll be there—because that’s our job: to treat every patient with the same amount of true compassion and heartfelt concern.”
VIDEO: Watch the clip that caused all the backlash

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Lee Ann Lung, San Antonio
“I give [Miss Colorado] props. Nursing is a talent. For her to bring national attention to it was very admirable. The View‘s response highlights the danger of some talk shows where some say things that are not very well thought out. It did a disservice to a large portion of the public… I will not watch The View again, they have lost me as a viewer.”Jill Mullins, Indianapolis
“I just think those ladies are ignorant. But I feel like the majority of people have no clue what nurses do all day or how much of their life we hold in our hands… I’m not discrediting the work everyone in a hospital does. We are all important and all need one another to function but I think sometimes, more often than not, the nurses have the majority of the patient’s time and problems in their hands.”Those ladies just don’t know. I think their job is ‘not a profession,’ as the one lady said, but it’s probably because I don’t really know or understand what their job entails. I’d like them to spend a day with us. Everyone’s job is relevant. Everyone.”

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Alexandra, Mississippi
“I love my job and I could not tell you how happy it makes me to help bring people back to life, help them cope with an illness or even to be a hand to hold when there is nobody there… but nothing about it is easy. I am the one who had to deal with getting yelled at, spit at, called names, etc. I am not unimportant.”For women who make more money in one hour sitting and blabbing about nonsense than I make in a month, I am absolutely horrified at the lack of respect they have for the working class. I work my butt off in a very busy trauma center and I feel like them saying I dress up in a costume (which is usually covered in blood, feces, vomit and god knows what by the end of the night) is just so disrespectful.  I will not watch that show. It is not worth my time…I will continue to do my job that I love because I love it! And I hope that when one of them gets sick and needs somebody, that they really are the side of nursing that they were so very ignorant of.”Obstetrics Nurse
“I think Miss Colorado did a really great job standing up for our profession and it’s exciting to see such camaraderie amongst all the nurses. I think the ladies of The View should do a 12 hour night shift.”
PHOTOS: Ranking The View hosts

Miss Colorado, Miss America Pageant 2016ABC/Ida Mae Astute

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Nurse at Los Angeles Children’s Hospital:
“The comment about the doctor’s stethoscope was so ignorant in the fact that multiple disciplines of the medical field use them. Personally, we use a stethoscope assessing our patients more than anyone.”I still believe there is a level of respect that most people don’t have for nursing. Until you’ve spent 12 hours caring for a child and it breaks your heart every time you walk into the room because the father can barely look at you without crying… You really just can’t understand fully some of what we go through until you experience it.”Brianne Marshall, Phoenix, Ariz.
“All I have to say to the women of The View is: your ignorance is showing. Joy Behar admitted that she didn’t even know what kind of clip she was looking at. I think this says more about the level of professionalism on their show than it does about nurses. If making uneducated and unfiltered comments about things on nationally broadcast television is your thing, that’s fine, but don’t be surprised when people inevitably take offense to something you say and stop supporting your show.”Also, as far as the ‘apology’ they put out, no thanks, you can keep it. It was less of an apology and more of a ‘hey girlfriend, I was totes kidding…some people are so touchy!'”
Anonymous, Long Island, N.Y.
“Everyone at work is floored over the comments.  People all sharing their personal stories and opinions on Facebook along with a picture—with their stethoscope… It’s bringing all nurses together. I love seeing nurses, PCAs and even doctors that I work with recognizing what we do and putting out really heartfelt responses to everything going on. So in a way their comments are bringing recognition to an often under-appreciated job.”One nurse, however, says she’s indifferent to the whole thing.Anonymous, Long Island, N.Y.
“I heard she used nursing as her talent in Miss America or something and they said that wasn’t a real talent and nurses all over are furious. I heard about it but I’m indifferent to the whole thing. I don’t care.”—Reporting by Baker Machad
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(NY Daily News) – Justin Bieber gets upset with ‘Today’ cameraman 

Justin Bieber reveals his new bleached hair on Wednesday’s episode of “Today.”TODAY

Justin Bieber reveals his new bleached hair on Wednesday’s episode of “Today.”

Justin Bieber rocked the “Today” show with a brand new look — and some major attitude.

The pop star, who showed off his newly bleached hair on the morning show Thursday, was caught complaining about a cameraman who was filming his performance.

As the segment was cutting away to commercial, Bieber grumbled about how the crew member was too close for comfort.

“Next time I won’t dance because the camera’s here the whole time,” he raged. “Might as well not dance.”

“What do I do this for if they’re just going to…” he added, before the show went to commercial.

While displeased with the cameraman, the singer was happy with his fans’ reaction to his new hairdo.

“You guys like the hair?” he asked, leading the crowd to scream their approval.

This isn’t the first time the singer has gone platinum blond, having also bleached his hair in late 2014. But it still made for a striking change when combined with his new sideswept hairstyle.

Bieber’s fans waited overnight to catch his performance on the morning show, which included his No. 1 single “What Do You Mean?”

The 21-year-old also received a plaque from Guinness World Records honoring him for being the youngest male artist to have a song debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100.

As for how Bieber feels about returning to the spotlight with a new album, he said he doesn’t really consider it a comeback.

“I didn’t really leave, but I took a little time to do some soul searching for sure,” he said.

He also said that he’s been emotional during his recent stage performances, such as crying at the MTV VMAs, because “it just feels so great to feel the acceptance.”

Source: Justin Bieber gets upset with ‘Today’ cameraman – NY Daily News

(EW.com) – Legends of Tomorrow: Get your first look at Hawkgirl and Hawkman

The Legends of Tomorrow are coming to life.

On Friday, a new image provided the first look at Hawkgirl (Ciara Renée) and Hawkman (Falk Hentschel), who will both first appear onArrow and The Flash before moving on to the spin-off.

Hawkman, a.k.a. Carter Hall, is the latest reincarnation of an Egyptian Prince who is fated to be reborn throughout time along with his soulmate, Kendra Saunders. Like Kendra, Carter can access the powers of the Hawk God, Horus, transforming him into a winged warrior. Hawkgirl, meanwhile, is known for being one of DC Comics’ first female superheroes. On the show, Saunders will be starting to learn that she’s been reincarnated over and over again — and that wings sprout out of her back when she’s provoked. Get more scoophere and here.

Legends also stars Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer/The Atom), Caity Lotz (Sara Lance/White Canary), Wentworth Miller (Leonard Snart/Captain Cold), Dominic Purcell (Mick Rory, Heat Wave), Victor Garber (Martin Stein/Firestorm), and Franz Drameh (Jay Jackson), whose disparate band of heroes and villains are brought together by Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) to defeat immortal threat Vandal Savage.

Image Credit: The CW

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is slated to debut midseason on The CW.

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