Eric Church Blasts Garth Brooks
Eric Church is on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine this month and he opened up about a lot of things, including his displeasure with Garth Brooks. In regards to Garth beating out Eric for CMA Entertainer of the Year, Eric says he was “fine” losing the award, but was “irked” that Garth lip-synched during his performance on the show. “To me, lip-syncing is and always will be a red line, it’s fabricated.”
Garth claimed he didn’t sing because his voice was shot from touring, but that made Eric even madder. “So the winner of the biggest category of the night lip-synced in the biggest moment on the show? F**k that,” he says. “I didn’t like his excuse at all...I’m not lip-syncing. If I can’t sing, I won’t sing, or I’ll sing badly. But at least you’ll get what you get.”
Bill Cosby Is A Sexually Violent Predator
CNN is reporting that "Pennsylvania's Sexual Offenders Assessment Board found that Bill Cosby is a sexually violent predator and should be classified as such, according to a court filing in his sexual assault case. Still, the ultimate decision on Cosby's status will be up to Montgomery County Judge Steven O'Neill at an upcoming hearing, according to Kate Delano, public information officer for the Montgomery County district attorney's office." Should he ultimately be classified as a sexually violent predator, Cosby is subject to lifetime registration with state police, lifetime sex offender counseling and community notification.
Possible Frasier Reboot?
Deadline reports that Frasier star and executive producer Kelsey Grammer is fielding interest to put together a new Frasier series. Unlike the slew of reboots we've seen lately, apparently the Frasier reboot will be just that, a reboot vs. revival of the original. The reboot would be likely set in a new city, with the title character, played by Grammer, as a possible link to the Emmy-winning 1993 series. Grammer is reportedly meeting with writers who are pitching different concepts for the potential follow-up series & should one be settled upon, a reboot could become a legitimate reality. Reps for CBS & Kelsey Grammer have declined to comment.
Game Of Thrones Final Season Gets A Premiere Date
We know the last season of Game of Thrones is coming some time next year, but HBO just revealed the hit fantasy series last season will premiere in the "first half of 2019." So, we don't know exactly when, but it's better than nothing!