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Jam! Listen to Keith Urban & Pink’s New Duet, “One Too Many”

Jam! Listen to Keith Urban & Pink’s New Duet, “One Too Many”

Keith Urban released his new duet with pop star Pink, “One Too Many,” on Sept. 16. Penned by Cleo Tighe, Daniel Davidsen, James Norton, Mich Hansen and Peter Wallevik, “One Too Many” is featured on Keith’s upcoming 11th studio album, The Speed of Now: Part I, which drops on Sept. 18. “When I collaborate, I’m…MORE

Pink & Keith Urban to Perform New Single, “One Too Many,” at the ACM Awards

Pink & Keith Urban to Perform New Single, “One Too Many,” at the ACM Awards

The ACM Awards on Sept. 16 will feature a cross-genre collaboration between host Keith Urban and pop star Pink. Keith and Pink will perform the TV premiere of their new single, “One Too Many,” which is featured on Keith’s upcoming album, The Speed of Now: Part 1 (Sept. 18). Pink isn’t a stranger to performing…MORE

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Dax Shepard reveals he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety

Dax Shepard reveals he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety

After 16 years of being sober, actor and comedian Dax Shepard revealed he has been battling an opioid addiction. The revelation came Friday during the latest episode of his popular podcast “Armchair Expert.” “An episode I hoped I’d never have to record, but one I felt I owed to all the beautiful Armcheries who have…

Stacey Abrams to guest star in ‘black-ish’ animated episode

Stacey Abrams to guest star in ‘black-ish’ animated episode

Stacey Abrams, the former Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives, is about to enter the animated world of the Johnson family. Abrams, a former Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate and chair of the voting rights advocacy group Fair Fight, is set to lend her voice to the upcoming animated episode of ABC’s ‘black-ish,’ CNN…

‘The Comey Rule’ shows off a sensational cast in a slightly uneven miniseries

‘The Comey Rule’ shows off a sensational cast in a slightly uneven miniseries

“The Comey Rule” employs a clunky framing device, turning Rod Rosenstein into the awkward narrator of the story. Brilliant casting from top to bottom, however, elevates this two-part Showtime adaptation of former FBI director James Comey’s book, which adopts a sympathetic stance toward the no-win scenario the bureau faced with its twin investigations into presidential…