Alanis Morissette Announces 🤰 Pregnancy in Instagram Photo

Alanis Morissette is pregnant with her third child.

The Grammy-winning singer posted a black-and-white photo of herself Monday to her Instagram account, revealing her round belly while also singing with headphones covering her ears.

Morissette captioned the photo with, “so much NEWness.” Her representative confirmed the pregnancy to The Associated …

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 'Bed-In' 🛏️ Remembered at 50

Dressed in white, the artistic duo received visitors and held press conferences from bed in the presidential suite atop Amsterdam’s Hilton Hotel from March 23-29.

A photo exhibition and other events remembering Ono and Lennon, the Beatles songwriter who was shot and killed in New York in 1980, are …

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Almost 800 Writers Sign ✍🏻 WGA "Statement of Support" in Agency Fight

Over 770 writers, including many top showrunners and screenwriters, have signed a WGA "Statement of Support" pledging to fire their agents if the representatives don’t sign on to an agreement satisfactory to the union, among other things.

But as notable as some of the signatories are — Greg Berlanti, Jenji …

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Akon's to Produce His 15-Year-Old Son's First Track 🎤

Akon's ready to show off the most prized artist on his roster ... his own son!!!

The singer revealed that his 15-year-old son, Jahvor -- aka Jah -- is getting ready to drop his first EP with some major help from his favorite producer. Akon said that Jah will appear on his Konvict …

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Apple 📱 Invites Hollywood to Silicon Valley in TV Push 📺

Apple Inc is expected to finally lift the curtain on Monday on a secretive, years-long effort to build a television and movie offering designed to compete with big media companies and boost digital services revenue as iPhone sales taper.

“It’s show time” is how the iPhone maker billed the …

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YouTube Bows out of Hollywood Arms Race With Netflix and Amazon 🖥

YouTube has canceled plans for high-end dramas and comedies, people with knowledge of the matter said, a pullback from its grand ambitions for a paid service with Hollywood-quality shows.

The Google-owned business has stopped accepting pitches for expensive scripted shows, said the people, who asked not to be identified because …

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