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Posted: January 20, 2017

A Dog's Purpose, Celeine Dion, Ariel Winter, Ellen DeGeneres, 'Will & Grace'


By @JennyLeeRadio

This weekend's premiere of 'A Dog's Purpose' has been canceled following leaked footage of a trainer forcing one of the dog actors into a pool of rushing water while the doge appeared to be terrified. READ MORE HERE

Over 25 years ago, Celine Dion sang the title track for Disney's "Beauty & The Beast." Now, it's been confirmed that she will be lending her vocals to the live-action version of "Beauty & The Beast," slated to come out in March. Her song is called “How Does A Moment Last Forever.” Ariana Grande and John Legend will also have a duet on the soundtrack. Entertainment Weekly

Ariel Winter posed topless for Self and revealed that her Modern Family costar Sophia Vergara gave her advise on acceptnig and loving her changing body as she became more curvy:

"I had a great role model in Sofia growing up, with her being a curvy woman that was super proud of who she was and what she looked like...She could see that I was struggling a little bit with how to deal with my body, and was always trying to give me advice, like, 'Here are some brands that would look good on our body type,' or 'Wear whatever you want, and feel good about yourself.'" E! Online

Ellen DeGeneres won her 20th People's Choice Award this week, setting a record for "Most People's Choice Awards."

People are perplexed about the ‘Will & Grace’ reboot since the original finale jumped ahead to the year 2026. Will and Grace reunited for the first time in 18 years while moving their kids, who eventually get married, into college. It appears that the reboot's 10 episodes take place in present time... so should we just try to forget what we saw in the original finale? WAS IT ALL A DREAM?? Guess we'll just have to wait and see... E! Online


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