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ABC/Lou Rocco(NEW YORK) -- When Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away earlier this week at the age of 22, Mike Epps tweeted: "I'd like to say f*** fame! It kills all of us."

Elaborating, Epps told ABC Radio, "Fame will kill you. It kills most of us. It's not ever a great ending. I don't hear too many great endings of really, really rich and famous people. Maybe a couple. So, it does, man. Fame is tough."

Brown passed away Sunday months after being found unconscious in her bathtub January 31. She'll be laid to rest Saturday at St. James United Methodist Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. The burial will be in Westfield, New Jersey at the Fairview Cemetery on Monday -- the same location where her late mother Whitney Houston is buried.

Epps said that many celebrities mishandle their fame.

"When you sit and add it all up, and you think about it, you find yourself doing it for legacy. It's only so much money you could have, it's only so many cars you can have, so many houses, so many friends," he explained. "You gotta be really prepared mentally to understand what was the most important thing of doing all of it. Some people never find out what was important of them doing what they did. They just accumulate things."

Epps added that he has no interest in fame. "If I can inspire someone else that came from nothing, my job is done. If I can leave a legacy for my children, my grandchildren, my job is done," he said. 

Epps is set to return to the small screen in the second season of Survivor's Remorse, returning to Starz on August 22. He's also starring in ABC's new family comedy, Uncle Buck. That reportedly premieres in 2016.

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Jill Greenberg/Netflix(LOS ANGELES) -- SPOILER ALERT: Orange Is the New Black fans didn't see much of Natasha Lyonne, and her character, the heroin-addicted, Nicky, this season. Still, the actress said it made sense.

"I feel a great deal of solidarity with the cast of Game of Thrones," she quipped at a panel during the Television Critics Association's Summer TV Press Tour 2015, according to E! News.

After three episodes, Lyonne's Nicky was sent to a maximum security part of the jail after she was blamed for bringing drugs into the federal prison in which the drama is set.

"We have an incredible puppet master in [creator] Jenji [Kohan] and there's a great deal of trust that I have in that," she continued. "I'm pretty much a person who is up for adventure and I thought it was wise to have there be a big consequence for Nicky's playing around with heroin. ...There's going to be hell to pay at a certain point for playing with her personal fire."

Lyonne added, "I think it makes sense and I think that the stakes of the show and the reason it resonates and continues to is ultimately because of this underlying intensity to the fact that these people have lost their freedom and are up against themselves behind these walls. I think it's a good thing to have major characters suffer major consequences. Otherwise, I think it might be a little bit too friendly and it loses some of its bite."

Although Lyonne spoke a lot about her character, she wouldn't reveal if Nicky would be let out of max next season. "That seems like a sneaky way to ask another spoiler question," Lyonne replied to one question.

Season three of Orange Is the New Black is available now on Netflix.

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ABC/Fred Lee(NEW YORK) -- Now that The Bachelorette stars Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth can be open about their engagement, they're now able to think about their future. The two told ABC News after their appearance on ABC's Good Morning America Tuesday that kids are part of the long-term plan.

"I want four and he wants five," she said. "A big family is on the way!"

And while wedding planning may not be their main priority at the moment, both had the same ideas when asked about what they want.  "I'm not picky and I've never been that little girl who dreamt about her wedding day," Bristowe explained. "I just can't wait to be in one room with all family and friends and that's the only thing I care about."

"That's what I was going to say," agreed Booth. "As long as we're surrounded by our family and friends, that's all that matters."

The next few weeks for the couple will include travel to their hometowns of Vancouver and Nashville, so that they can determine where they'll settle down.  "I think we love the idea of having a summer home in British Columbia or Vancouver and living in Nashville," Bristowe told reporters Tuesday afternoon. "I think that sounds pretty ideal."

Added Booth: "I think that might be the best!"

Bristowe also opened up about her Snapchat that almost ruined the entire season. Before the finale aired, she shared a video of herself in bed next to Booth. Bristowe told E! News she "felt really, really bad" about the incident. 

"I didn't realize I'd done that, so we're talking, and Shawn picks up his phone and he's on Twitter, and suddenly he's like, 'Oh my gosh!'" she explained. "He started hyperventilating."

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ABC/Fred Lee(NEW YORK) -- Ed Helms stars in Vacation, the reboot of the 1983 film comedy National Lampoon's Vacation, something the comic actor says he doesn't take lightly. 

"It's such a privilege. I mean, the whole Griswold universe is something that has meant to so much to me over the years," Helms said on Wednesday's Live with Kelly and Michael.

Helms plays a grown-up Rusty Griswold in the movie, who decides to take his wife, played by Christina Applegate, and their two sons on a cross-country trip to Walley World, the amusement park made famous in the 1983 original, starring Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo. The two veteran actors also reprise their roles in Vacation.

"It's fun to see Chevy kind of become Clark Griswold because it's different than who he is in person," Helms explained. "I met him that morning and it was like, 'Oh, this is Chevy! I'm excited to meet you.' Then all of a sudden he just morphs into Clark on set"

Chris Hemsworth also stars in the film as Helm's onscreen brother-in-law.  "He's such a good actor. Like, he showed up so prepared," Helms said about his co-star, who's best-known for play the superhero Thor in four Marvel movies. "And he works out a lot. I think his abs were surgically replaced with clay and they're freshly sculpted every morning."

Vacation is now in theaters.

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Peter Kramer/NBC(LOS ANGELES) -- Ben Affleck doesn't want you to believe reports he's dating his children's former nanny.

According Us Weekly, the actor has been dating Christine Ouzounian, who reportedly was hired in the spring to care for Affleck's three children with estranged wife, Jennifer Garner. The magazine added that when Garner realized that her husband and Ouzounian were seeing each other, she was fired.

However, a rep for Affleck told The New York Post's Page Six that the report is completely false.

"The story is complete garbage and full of lies. You shouldn’t be able to hide behind ‘blind sources’ and attempt to destroy families going through a difficult time," the rep said. "The tabloid decided to construct stories in order to sell magazines. It’s like story time in kindergarten. It’s shameful and desperate."

Earlier this month, Garner and Affleck announced they were ending their 10-year marriage, but wanted to stay committed to co-parenting their three children. 

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Warner Bros. (New Line)(LOS ANGELES) -- Looking for a Wednesday getaway? You could take a trip to your local theater to see the new Vacation reboot, starring Ed Helms.

[Read a review of the film.]

Helms is a grown-up Rusty Griswold in the comedy, which is now in theaters. He decides to take his wife, played by Christina Applegate, and their two sons on a cross-country trip to Walley World, the amusement park made famous in the 1983 original starring Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo.

Chase and D'Angelo make appearances in Vacation, as does Chris Hemsworth. The film is rated R.

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ABC/Lou Rocco(LOS ANGELES) -- Fuller House, the highly anticipated Full House spin-off, is set to come to Netflix in 2016, but the cast has already started filming, said the cable network's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos.

"At the taping of the episode this past week, when the cast shows up on stage the audience reacts immediately," he added Tuesday at the Television Critics Association's Summer TV Press Tour 2015. "And the actors have fallen right back into those roles. It's very much in the same spirit but it's a modern take on Full House."

Sarandos also explained why the cable network decided to create a spin-off in the first place.

"Full House is a really unique show in the culture in that it never really went away," he said. "After its network run, it's been very successful in syndication. It is been very kind of cross-generational, where parents are watching the show with their kids."

On Fuller House, Candace Cameron-Bure's character will reportedly be a widowed mother of three, who has her sister Stephanie and friend Kimmy -- played by Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, respectively -- move in to help. The show also will feature guest appearances by original stars Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier and Lori Loughlin.

Although it was reported that two of the show’s biggest stars, twins Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, have declined to participate, Sarandos said not so fast.

"The Olsen twins are teetering whether or not they'll be around," he said.

Fuller House premieres in 2016.

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Fox(SACRAMENTO) -- Model/actress Cara Delevingne's appearance on Good Morning Sacramento on Tuesday turned ugly.

The 22-year-old, appearing on the show remotely to plug her new movie Paper Towns, angered a few of the anchors when she appeared to be less than enthusiastic about giving the interview.

The segment got off to a bad start when one of the anchors called her "Carla," and things just got worse from there, and the audio delay in the remote interview didn't help.

Her co-host then asks the actress if juggling several projects helps her focus, to which Delevingne replies, “No, I don’t know where that comes from.”

Cara gives a series of playfully sarcastic responses to questions, like whether or not she relates to herPaper Towns character, Margo. “No, I actually hate her,” she jokes.

Another co-host asks if Delevingne is “just exhausted,” and Delevingne explains that the movie had its premiere the night before, and that it was "emotional."

When the anchors ask if she’s irritated or it’s just the news show, Cara answers, “No, I think it’s just you.”

“We’ll let you go then, how about that?” one anchor fires back, before adding sarcastically, “Why don’t you go take a little nap, maybe get a Red Bull?” The actress appeared shocked by the comments.

After the interview ended, the news team ganged up on Delevingne, with one suggesting she was "in a mood.”

“You make $5 million for six weeks of work, you can pretend to talk to Good Day Sacramento with some oomph!” another host adds.

Paper Towns is playing in theaters now.

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Peter Kramer/NBC(NEW YORK) -- America’s Got Talent continued its “Judge Cuts” on Tuesday. Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel continued the four-week process of picking 36 acts for the live performance shows. This week, actor/comedian Marlon Wayans -- invited by Howie -- joined the regular panel and got to use the "Golden Buzzer" for his favorite act, sending them to Radio City Music Hall without any consultation from the AGT judges.

Only seven out of the 20 acts that performed on Tuesday’s show were allowed to move on to the next round. They were ventriloquist Paul Zerdin, mentalist Oz Pearlman, contortionist Vita Radionova, bluegrass act Mountain Faith Band, boy band Triple Threat, dance troupe Animation Crew and singerBenton Blount.

Former AGT judge Piers Morgan returns as next week’s guest judge.

Here’s a rundown of some of Tuesday’s highlights:

Nerdy boy band Triple Threat, three guys from Arkansas, mixed singing and rap on the Ariana Grande hit “Problem,” featuring Iggy Azalea. Mel thought they were “likeable” and wanted them to do well in the competition. Marlon was impressed by how “seasoned” they were. Howard noted they had the talent, but not the looks, which, unfortunately, is a factor for a boy band. The trio responded by noting that since their first appearance on AGT, they’ve had a lot of girls reaching out to them on Twitter. In spite of Stern’s reservations, the act moves on.

Animation Crew was a group of men who pretended to be a robot band, showing off some impressive robotic dance moves. Heidi noted they “really stand out” from the other dance acts in the competition. Mel B loved the troupe’s originality. Howard noted they were “entertaining in robot form,” but he was disappointed that they “broke character” during the performance. They advance to the next round.

Ventriloquist Paul Zerdin amused the judges by pulling out a baby puppet he introduced as his son, whom he couldn’t find a sitter for. In his routine, Zerdin tried unsuccessfully to read the baby a bedtime story. Howie noted AGT is a family show and Paul is a family act. Heidi called the comedian’s material “clever,” adding Zerdin made her feel like there were really two people on stage. Howard declared the ventriloquist was “a cartoon come to life” and a “major contender.” After noting that Zerdin made him “feel joy” and wanted everybody to feel that, Wayans pushed his Golden Buzzer, moving Paul straight through to Radio City Music Hall.

Mentalist Oz Pearlman pulled out a book with the names of 60 female celebrities and asked Heidi to read them off. He then gave the book to Howard and asked him to look at a name, then toss the book away. He handed another book with male stars to Howie and asked him to do the same. Then Oz asked Howie to focus on the movie star and a movie. He correctly guessed Tom Cruise is the star and Top Gun is the movie. He then cut up a piece of paper and not only guesses that Stern’s pick is Oprah Winfrey, but opened up the paper to reveal a cutout of Winfrey’s face. Howie declared he was “flabbergasted” and that Oz “delivered.” Wayans added that the act was “incredible.” The act left Klum “speechless.” Pearlman advances to the next round of competition.

Mountain Faith Band brought the house down with its bluegrass version of The Darkness’ “I Believe in a Thing Called Love.” Mel B noted they made everybody happy, but left the band’s lead singer in tears. “This is my dream,” the girl replied. Stern, while admitting the band was good, warned that their music was “not contemporary,” which could hurt them in the competition. Howie countered that the panel wasn’t there to judge the genre of the music, but the talent, which they had. The group moves on to the live rounds.

Vita Radionova wowed the panel with her mix of hand balancing, contortions, dance and acrobatics. Howie noted Vita “moved beautifully” and was “beautifully talented.” Wayans exclaimed, “You don’t have bones.” Heidi noted Radionova had the girls -- as well as the guys -- wrapped around her finger. Howard called the performer “hypnotizing and captivating.” Vita moves on to the next round.

Stay-at-home dad Benton Blount sang Dolly Parton’s “Jolene,” which Stern called a good, solid audition. Klum declared the performance was “a little rough around the edges and I like it.” Wayans said that if the song was on the radio, he’d buy it. Mel B noted she was impressed at the beginning, but asked herself halfway through if it “was enough.” Mandel, noting how tough it is for a singer to hold people’s attention with just a guitar as backup was difficult, but Blount “pulled it off.” He advances to the next round.

It was the end of the line for other acts, including hand balancer Oleksiy Mogylnyy, who worked with a headless mannequin. Stern said the act was “either the most brilliant joke in the world” or Oleksiy was really in love with that "thing.” Klum thought the doll took away from what he could do and made the act “weird.” Mel B, however, thought it was more “funny” than weird. He was sent home.

Also leaving the competition was singer/songwriter Johnny Shelton, 26, who dove into music after his son died of cancer at just five years old. His version of Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me” impressed the judges, but didn’t stand up against the other singers in the competition.

Pretty Big Movement, a group of plus-sized ladies, danced to Jessie J’s “Bang Bang.” Stern hit his buzzer, noting they didn’t bring a routine that was “special” or “distinguished" them. Klum agreed. Marlon, however, thought it was “entertaining.” Mel noted she loved the group’s “message,” and hoped to see them make it through to the next round. Unfortunately, they were sent packing.

America’s Got Talent airs again on Wednesday with a special episode celebrating the show's 10th anniversary. AGT returns live next Tuesday at 8 p.m. Eastern time on NBC.

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ABC/Michael Ansell(NEW YORK) -- Queen Latifah and Mary J. Blige will star in NBC's upcoming live musical production of The Wiz.

The network said Tuesday that Latifah will play the Wiz, "the mysterious and powerful wizard who holds the keys to the Emerald City, but whose metamorphosis from ordinary to extraordinary is itself a hoax."

Latifah has past experience with musicals, having starred in the films Chicago, for which she earned an Oscar nomination, and Hairspray.

Blige, who starred in the 2012 movie adaptation of Broadway's Rock of Ages, will fill the role of the Wicked Witch of the West.

The Wiz Live! will air on NBC Thursday, December 3.

The Wiz initially opened on Broadway in 1975, re-imagining L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in an African-American context. A movie adaptation hit theaters in 1978, starring Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Lena Horne and Richard Pryor. A Broadway revival will debut during the 2016-2017 season.

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Warner Bros. (New Line)(NEW YORK) -- There’s only one Vacation. OK, there have actually been four theatrically-released Vacation movies and as of now, five.

This reboot stars Ed Helms as Rusty Griswold, the son of Chevy Chase’s Clark Griswold, who’s grown up to be a pilot for a discount airline. He’s an underachiever in both his professional and personal life.  When Rusty overhears his wife, Debbie (Christina Applegate), complain to a friend about the vacation cabin they’ve been going to for years in Michigan, he decides it’s time to re-live his own epic family vacation to the theme park Walley World!  And like the 1983 original Vacation movie, they get there via a road trip meant to be an opportunity for family bonding, but which turns out to be the family road trip from hell.  Only funny.

There are a few major differences between the original Griswold trip to Walley World and this updated version -- most notably, this version is dirtier, raunchier and considerably more offensive, if you’re easily offended.  Another difference: Rusty and Debbie have two boys, not a son and a daughter.  In fact, some of the biggest laughs in the movie are derived from the relationship between Griswold sons James (Skyler Gisondo) and Kevin (Steele Stebbins).  In this case, it’s younger brother Kevin who constantly bullies his much older and bigger brother.  Kevin’s name-calling and swearing is a bit of a cheap laugh, but it works.

Chris Hemsworth also scores laughs as Rusty’s politically conservative, cattle-loving, comically well-endowed brother-in-law.  Unfortunately, Leslie Mann, as Rusty’s sister, is completely underutilized.

Writer-directors Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley (better known as Dr. Lance Sweets from TV’s Bones) have no fear, which is both a strength and a weakness here. Their desire to push the envelope sometimes feels desperate, and when it doesn’t work it’s just shocking, instead of shocking and funny.  There are a few pedophilia and rape jokes here that just were not necessary.

Helms is fine as well-meaning doofus Rusty but his performance, though solid, isn’t destined to be classic.  True, few performances are, but since Helms is choosing to participate in an update of a classic film, the comparisons to the original are both inevitable and fair.

Vacation isn’t a waste of your time or money, because you will laugh.  You just won’t be talking about it next week -- which says something, since we’ve been talking about the original Vacation for more than 30 years.

Three out of five stars.

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Anthony Behar/Bravo(LOS ANGELES) -- Election season is underway and former Saturday Night Live head writer Tina Fey wishes she could get in on the jokes sure to come from her old NBC sketch comedy show.

Fey is particularly excited about what the show will say about Donald Trump's presidential candidacy when it returns this fall.

"I think it's one of those things where you're like, 'Oh boy...I wish,'" she said Tuesday at the Television Critics Association's Summer TV Press Tour 2015. "I'm sure SNL wish[es] that they were on the air right now."

"Yes, do I feel like next year at this time hopefully you'll be doing a panel with just Darrell Hammond being giving a lifetime achievement award for whatever sketches come away," she said, referring to the comedian known for impersonating Trump on SNL. "I mean it's great for comedy. It's great for comedy."

During her stint on SNL, Fey famously portrayed vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

Fey was at the event to promote her Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. All 13 episodes are available now on Netflix.

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Michael Lavine/FOX(NEW YORK) -- Two stars of the hit Fox series Empire have gotten engaged. Trai Byers popped the question to co-star Grace Gealey, People magazine reports.

Byers plays the eldest son of the Lyon family on Empire, who together run a record label. Gealey portrays the ex-girlfriend of Terrence Howard's label head, Lucious Lyon.

There's no word on when the two started dating, but it looks like Byers has had marriage on the mind for months. In a May interview with Essence magazine, he explained why he keeps in shape for his role onEmpire.

"I work out for two reasons: one, because I'm an actor and two, because I'm somebody's [future] husband. I want to be prepared for the woman God has for me," he said.

Empire season two premieres on Fox September 23.

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James White/E! Entertainment(LOS ANGELES) -- After much hype, last Sunday night's premiere episode of E!'s new series, I Am Cait, got off to an okay start.

The reality series, which details how Caitlyn Jenner and her family are handling her transition to a woman, only attracted 2.73 million viewers, according to Deadline.

To put it into perspective, that's only seven percent more than last season's debut of Jenner's previous reality show with her family, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, back in March. Also, it was a 35 percent decrease in viewership from the E! special on Jenner's transition, which drew a total of 4.2 million viewers.

I Am Cait airs Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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Eric Liebowitz/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Heidi Klum and Vito Schnabel are going strong after almost a year and a half of dating.

Klum, 42, wished her man a happy 29th birthday in the best possible way. "I love you my V HAPPY BIRTHDAY," she wrote on Instagram next to a picture of the two smiling.

Klum and Schnabel were linked early last year after they were spotted traveling to Paris together in March, then jet setting to Mexico in April.

The duo look to have been smitten from the very start. The relationship began after Klum broke it off with her former bodyguard turned boyfriend, Martin Kristen, earlier that year.

Klum was previously married to singer Seal, whom she divorced in October 2014. Together, they have three sons.  The Project Runway host also has a daughter, Leni, from a previous relationship, whom Seal adopted in 2009.

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September 4th

New Orleans

Smoothy Kings Center

 

Clint Black

September 5th

Shreveport, LA

Sam's Town Casino

 

Charlie Pride

September 19th

Bossier City

Horseshoe Casino

 

Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators

October 2nd

Marksville, LA

Paragon Casino

 

Jackson Browne

October 10th

New Orleans

Saenger Theater

 

Ariana Grande

October 9th

New Orleans

Smoothie King Center

 

Better Than Ezra

October 16th

Baton Rouge

L'Auberge Casino

 

Josh Groban

October 21st

New Orleans

Saenger Theater

 

Sesame Street Live

Make A New Friend

November 6th

New Orleans

UNO Lakefront Arena

 

Aaron Neville

December 4th

Baton Rouge

L'Auberge Casino

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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