CBS revealed the news Tuesday by unveiling a video that shows off host James Corden’s funny dynamic with his fellow Brit. In a Skype call with Corden, Styles asks for a place to stay for a week while he’s in Los Angeles — namely, the show’s set — and agrees to “pitch in” while he’s there.Each night during his stint on the show, which runs from May 15 to 18, the musician will perform a new song from his debut solo album, “Harry Styles,” due out May 12. Aww. ET/PT. Posted April 25, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongMay flowers aren’t the only reason to look forward to the coming month. This year, we’re getting a special treat: a week of Harry Styles on “The Late Late Show.”The former One Direction star is taking on a week-long residency, which is a first for the late-night talk show. Who’s excited?Reunited at last 😍 Get ready for a whole week of @Harry_Styles! We’re sure he’ll also find time to banter with Corden, with whom he seems to get along great, as you can see in the video below.”The Late Late Show” Twitter account also shared the news as well as proof of what a good time the two Brits have together. https://t.co/6mNw9AuCAqpic.twitter.com/bAA93y4h6g
— The Late Late Show (@latelateshow) April 25, 2017The Late Late Show airs weeknights at 12:37 p.m.

The series is broadcast in more than 170 countries.If the figure is accurate, the five actors would be the highest-paid in television history. Posted April 25, 2017 by Kelly WooThe top stars of “Game of Thrones” won’t be needing a loan from the Iron Bank anytime soon. According to the U.K.’s Daily Express, they’ll each be making $2.5 million per episode in Season 7 and Season 8.The Hollywood Reporter revealed last fall that the five stars (known as “Tier A” in the show’s pay structure) would make $1.1 million per episode. The Express explains that the contracts include a complicated bonus structure around international syndication. And it would seem it makes their characters — Tyrion Lannister, Jon Snow, Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, and Jaime Lannister — sure bets to live to Season 8. Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau signed deals that give them big pay raises for the final two seasons of the acclaimed HBO drama.

Posted April 25, 2017 by Sharon KnolleFormer “Bachelor” star Chris Soules has been arrested in Iowa after allegedly leaving the scene of a deadly car accident.Local station KWWL reports that Soules was driving a truck that rear-ended a tractor around 8 p.m. last night, about 15 miles from where he lives in Arlington, Iowa.Both vehicles ended up in the ditch. https://t.co/JjLu0mnUV3pic.twitter.com/EuZZ9vf9Su
— Jordan Mickle (@JordanPMickle) April 25, 2017Soules was arrested, with bail set at $10,000. According to court documents, alcoholic beverages or containers were found at the scene of the crash. He’ll make his first appearance in court today in Buchanan County, KWWL reports. He later appeared on “Dancing With the Stars,” where he finished in fifth place. People reports that Soules has not been charged with driving under the influence.BREAKING: “The Bachelor” star Chris Soules has been arrested, accused of leaving the scene of a deadly Iowa crash. The County Attorney says the reality star has not been cooperative with law enforcement.Soules was previously convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated in 2006, according to KWWL.He was the star of ABC’s “The Bachelor” in 2015: He and his final pick, Whitney Bischoff, split shortly after the season wrapped. TMZ reports that the driver of the tractor, who has not been identified, was taken to the hospital, where he died.The state patrol told KWWL that Soules left the scene — which is a crime — and abandoned his truck.

Like, the ending was awful. Fans took to Twitter to protest on her behalf.Heather Morris being eliminated in week 5 has to be the worst and most controversial elimination in all 24 seasons of #DWTS history. Online she was just happy for one last time to be “amazing.” Said the actress, “I was very, very excited to get the Disney 10s — and all the 10s — but I watch a lot of reality television. You don’t know what’s going to happen with these things, but I was very, very happy for the last time to be amazing and to get to dance with Maks [Chmerkovskiy] again… It sucks, but it is what it is.”Pro dancer Peter Murgatroyd told E! Posted April 25, 2017 by Sharon KnolleFormer “Glee” star Heather Morris earned a perfect score on last night’s “Dancing With the Stars” — and then got eliminated. #JusticeForHeather#dwts
— Roby (@ProudOfNay) April 25, 2017Then again, many — including The Washington Post — debated whether Morris, who used to be a back-up dancer for Beyoncé, should have even been on the show in the first place.Morris told E! It makes me very upset because Maks was so looking forward to coming back and completing the rest of the season,” Murgatroyd said. Well played @DancingABC
— Heather Morris News (@HeathMorrisNews) April 25, 2017Every #heathermorris fan after #dwts tonight pic.twitter.com/aP8nskrLON
— Gossip Girlie (@gossipgirlie22) April 25, 2017How I feel about Heather Morris getting eliminated from #DWTSpic.twitter.com/RnmbKo8Hb9
— Rachel Villegas (@hernamesrachel) April 25, 2017Like we already know who’s gonna win, but sending HEATHER MORRIS home before at least 5 other couples is too much. Was it fair that Heather and Maks got the boot?Watch their flawless rumba in the video below: I don’t know what happened, I don’t know how it happened. “I have to say, in 24 seasons, that’s probably the most vocally unhappy reaction we’ve gotten about a result,” host Tom Bergeron said as loud booing erupted from the ticked-off audience.What do you think? “I truly thought they were definitely going to be in the finals, like without a doubt. she was also shocked by the elimination: “It’s kind of awful. we missed that for the last three weeks.”Maks told E!, “I I just feel sad we had plans for some amazing Argentine tango, and thinking about freestyle and stuff…but given the caliber of dancer that Heather is, it’s only right. I just felt really sorry for them.”Fans in the studio weren’t happy either. — antonia (@mirotic2008) April 25, 2017So you beg Heather to come on the show twice, under score her, give her shitty spots and then elimate her.

When their headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, their journey leads them to the discovery of an allied spy organization in the US called Statesman, dating back to the day they were both founded. In a new adventure that tests their agents’ strength and wits to the limit, these two elite secret organizations band together to defeat a ruthless common enemy, in order to save the world, something that’s becoming a bit of a habit for Eggsy…The movie opens September 29. Posted April 25, 2017 by Sharon KnolleWe get a quick glimpse of the not-dead-after-all Harry Hart (Colin Firth) in the first trailer for “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” as well as introductions to new characters played by Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges.In the trailer, we see Kingsman HQ blowing up, as well as Eggsy (Taron Egerton) reunited with Merlin (Mark Strong) and tangling with the shotgun-wielding cowboy played by Channing Tatum. Also in western gear: Jeff Bridges. We also get flashes of Julianne Moore, Halle Berry in glasses and Eggsy fighting with a one-armed man.The official synopsis for the sequel:”Kingsman: The Secret Service” introduced the world to Kingsman – an independent, international intelligence agency operating at the highest level of discretion, whose ultimate goal is to keep the world safe. In “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” our heroes face a new challenge.

It was one of the main reasons why I wanted to do it, to be in a female-driven story, and look at the nuances of intimate female relationships, while we all get to be doing huge jokes, and taking risks, and playing around, and at the epicenter of all of that. It must be fun to see catch those rhythms and see how they play.It’s the most fun. It’s not born of fear, or status, or intimidation, or any of that stuff, which also sometimes makes things funny as well, but it just comes from a different place. And how quickly we got along, and our real-life senses of humor really aligned really, really quickly. I feel like I’ll find that out, like, five years from now. That was so fun to discover, because you do your first scene with somebody that you hadn’t really done a scene before.I’ll never forget my first time getting to act with John Michael Higgins, and do a one-on-one scene. I think especially knowing I’m going to be a mom to a little girl. So it’s really fun to sort of be the same age as my character, and going through actually what is a very real thing that needs to happen, only in one we’re also doing ridiculous things.Then they match you up with Andrea Martin.That woman!Legend, icon, force of freaking nature.Yeah, yeah. I have a very close relationship with my own mom, so I was kind of excited to know what it would be like to explore that through someone else’s experience — in this case, [creator] Tracey Wigfield. Tell me what that means to you.It means so much at this point. Oh, my gosh! So sort of joking, and doing bits, and sarcasm, and all of this different nuances of different senses of humor was introduced to me pretty young, and then we just sort of kept playing as a family.I started doing improv in college. If we have this interview again a year from now, I’m sure it will be different. To have this happen as the next step, are you still like mind-boggled at how quickly everything’s come together?Brigga Heelan: Yes — yeah — absolutely! The thing that I love about our show is that any pairing of characters and actors on our show just turned out to be fantastic, and different, but equally fantastic. Yeah, seriously. I feel so comfortable. The auditions, I guess they went well, and then it worked out.Tell me about your relationship with your mom. So got lucky.What are you stealing from her?What am I stealing from her? That was so fun. I do that in my real life. That’s kind of the nature of TV, I suppose. My mom and I have always been very close, best friends, kind of obsessed with each other. Posted April 25, 2017 by Scott HuverLately, it’s just been one bit of great news after another for actress Briga Heelan.After a string of recurring roles and guest stints on series like “Cougar Town,” “Jane by Design,” “Undateable,” and “Love” that established both her comedic bona fides and leading lady potential, the actress was tapped by no less than “30 Rock” veterans Tina Fey, Robert Carlock, and Tracey Wigfield to headline the new sitcom “Great News,” playing Katie, a young, ambitious nightly news producer who’s saddled with overseeing a very unusual intern: her overenthusiastic mother, Carol (Andrea Martin).Along with the career good fortune, Heelan’s also just become a mom herself, welcoming a newborn daughter with her husband and “Ground Floor” co-star Rene Gube (best know to “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” fans as Father Brah).Heelan was still very much in expectant mom mode when she sat down with Moviefone recently to reflect on how the comedy gods have favored her, and how playing a daughter too entangled with her mother has affected her views on being both a child and a parent.Moviefone: You’ve been on this terrific career trajectory recently. She’s this joyful, really insightful, incredible person. It was incredible. Did your agent say, “Hey, there’s this thing…”? So then I find often it’s afterwards that I go, “Did that just happen? Let’s give it a try.”When did you figure out you were funny, that you had skills you could bring to comedy to your acting?I’ve been hilarious since the day I was born. We never did a chemistry read together. I know. I’ll continue to do that always. It was actually really important to me. I need to sort of put some space there so that I can fully mature and fully know what it feels like to be my own adult person.” And that’s certainly the journey that Katie’s going on with her mom.I’ve absolutely found that, in my real life, I’ve had to find out what that means for me. I just go, “Well, let’s give it a try. No. You’ve got such a deep bench on your cast of comedians, really. I didn’t meet her until we started filming. There’s a very maternal thing also that I get from her very naturally. So getting to be involved in that, at this juncture in my life. You could feel that it was a comfortable environment, and a warm environment, and that’s how we can be funny. That’s my favorite part about it. Oh, my gosh. She’s just like a walking morale booster.The part that I love kind of exploring is, as you become a woman, myself, as you turn 29, 30, you start to go, “Oh, there are these things that, because I’ve sort of needed my mom and she’s always been there for me, I need to start knowing how to do these things myself. She’s so sassy.I’ve learned so much from her in terms of like not being afraid to ask questions and get clarification on stuff, and really search for what works for you. To be working with this particular group of people, yeah, and it all came together really fast. Yeah, so it kind of had sparkles all over it from the beginning. It goes pretty quickly. I grew up watching that man, and then I got to start to do scenes alone with him. She’ll go, if she’s not sure exactly if we’re supposed to be doing something, and she’s not exactly sure what’s going on, she’ll go, “Well, let’s give it a try!” Like that, so that’s now what we all say. And that you enjoy watching any combination.Is there anything in your experience that’s unique about a Tina Fey / Robert Carlock / Tracey Wigfield show?Everyone involved was just so great at their job, and supportive. I went to USC, and they had a pretty intense improv scene there. And this big, yay high! [Laughs] I have very funny, very silly parents. We’re all really honing our Andrea impressions, though. It was just a very happy, comfortable environment, and that led to a happy, hopeful, funny show. You know what I mean? They created that.Is there something nice for you, too, in having two female leads, essentially, in the show, with the female writer-producers behind you telling female stories? I feel very comfortable and very safe with her. So I sort of started playing around with that, and I went, “Oh, I like this, and this feels hard, and it feels scary, and uncomfortable, and amazing.” But comedy in terms of TV was just sort of, like they say, “Just go where the light is.” I was like, “It feels warm over there, so that’s where I want to be.” I just got lucky enough that I got to stay there.On a show like this, it must be fun, too, when you come in to figure out how your comedy style fits with Andrea’s, and with everybody else. But that’s my favorite part, watching and experiencing the different combinations of people, and just sort of honing what you had that’s special with each one of them.That’s always the mark of a great ensemble comedy, how those different perspectives gel together.Right, right. I’m sure my perspectives will shift. And as I grew up, they introduced the concept of doing bits from birth for me. Or did the producers tailor it to you?I just remember when my agent said, “We’re sending this one over to you,” and pilot season had already kind of kicked up, and I read it one night amongst some other scripts, and I went, “Okay, well, that’s the dream one.” It was so funny off the page from the pilot, and it was a story that I was really excited to even just take a crack at being a part of.I haven’t been part of a mother/daughter project before. Then I think I just really have, my whole life, put my mom on such a pedestal. What are you able to draw from, and how is it entirely different from this sort of somewhat dysfunctional dynamic?Right, it’s like beautifully dysfunctional. Obviously — I’m stuttering! Yeah.”Great News” premieres tonight (April 25th) on NBC. Yeah, of course.Nice symmetry: On TV, you’re figuring out how to be a daughter, and in real life you’re going to be figuring out how to be a mom.I know. What?”How did it come your way?

His deeds are said to have been performed before the rise of Valyria, in the earliest age when Old Ghis was first forming its empire. This legend has spread west from Asshai, and the followers of R’hllor claim that this hero was named Azor Ahai, and prophesy his return. Specifically, the text comes from the book “The World of Ice & Fire,” and itsjayrr pulled the passage (Warning, it may include spoilers!):It is also written that there are annals in Asshai of such a darkness, and of a hero who fought against it with a red sword. The image in question shows Sam (John Bradley) and Gilly (Hannah Murray) studying hard at the Citadel with some potentially revealing reading material.Redditor itsjayrr was able to match the page Gilly holds in the photo with one from George R.R. Posted April 24, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongThe sleuths of the internet have once again dug up something very, very interesting.After HBO dropped its first “Game of Thrones” Season 7 photos on April 20, die-hard fans went to work examining every detail. Until then, we expect to see the White Walkers wreak havoc when Season 7 premieres on July 16.[via: reddit; h/t: Huffington Post] Thanks to their scrutiny, we now know that one photo, in particular, possibly teases an intriguing outcome. If so, fans can rest assured that a hero (or heroine) is coming to Westeros; at least some of our favorite characters may make it through winter alive! Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series, which the show is based on. In the Jade Compendium, Colloquo Votar recounts a curious legend from Yi Ti, which states that the sun hid its face from the earth for a lifetime, ashamed at something none could discover, and that disaster was averted only by the deeds of a woman with a monkey’s tail. – TWOIAF Ancient History: The Long Night We assume the use of the text was deliberate, so it may hint at what we’ll see as the final two seasons of “Game of Thrones” unfold.