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Ariana Grande takes over the "Tonight Show", announces new album

The musical artist surprised fans, tried his hand on a number of musical genres and performed his new single "No Tears Left to Cry" in the song's broadcast debut. After several memorable performances and a remarkable Christina Aguilera musical impression, Tonight Show devoted an entire episode to show favorite Ariana Grande on Friday. Grande performed her new single "No Tears …

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Yale is the last to cancel Honorary Degree from Bill Cosby

NEW HARBOR, Conn. – Yale abolishes the honors awarded to Bill Cosby and joined many other universities to revive the comedy's conviction of sexual abuse. Yale announced Tuesday that the university board had voted to cancel the honors awarded Cosby 2003. The school says it is committed to both "abolishing sexual abuse and compliance with fair processes". "The decision is …

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Ariana Grande owns an epic musical challenge during her "Tonight Show" Takeover – Watch!

Ariana Grande took over Tonight Show along with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, where she performed her new single "No Tears Left to Cry" after a night of fun sketches and a sit-down interview with Fallon to became surprisingly emotional. The songwriter – who performed on Tonight Show several times earlier – kicked things with a bandage where she surprised their …

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Kanye West under fire after saying slavery was a choice

Kanye West is on fire for comments he made about slavery during a sitting with TMZ on Tuesday. During the interview, the 40-year-old rapper touched his love of President Trump, his latest tweets, and one thing said slavery "sounds like a choice". "When you hear about slavery for 400 years. For 400 years? It sounds like a choice. Like you …

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Van Lathan's powerful response to Kanye West says slavery was a choice

Kanye West caused a move on Tuesday's "TMZ Live" – ​​but perhaps a lesser-known show colleague, Van Lathan, released the microphone. West, the rapper and the entertainer who drew new attention to himself during the past week with his controversial tweets – including his feelings at President Trump – surprised TMZ employees with a particular polarizing thought: that US slavery …

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