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TV Ratings Report: Grey's Anatomy & Scandal Slip

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Tgit is not the force it once was. 

ABC: Grey's Anatomy (8.4 million/2.1 rating) and Scandal (6.2 million/1.6 rating) slipped for the second straight week, but their numbers are still decent. 

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How to Get Away with Murder (4.9 million/1.3 rating) was even with last week's ratings. 

The CW: Supernatural (1.7 million/0.6 rating) and Riverdale (1.2 million/0.4 rating) were stable with one week earlier. 

CBS: The Big Bang Theory (14.2 million/3.0 rating), The Great Indoors (7.9 million/1.6 rating) and Training Day (4.4 million/0.8 rating) slipped, while Mom (7.7 million/1.6 rating) and Life In Pieces (6.3 million/1.3 rating) were steady. 

NBC: Superstore (3.8 million/1.1 rating) and Powerless (2.8 million/0.9 rating) slipped, but Chicago Med (6.3 million/1.2 rating) and The Blacklist (4.9 million/0.9 rating) were even with one week earlier. 

Fox: Masterchef (4.2 million/1.3 rating) and My Kitchen Rules (2.5 million/0.9 rating) picked up steam.

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Watch: Honest Trailer For 'Magic Mike' Humps Your Face With A Thongs To Riches Story

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"Magic Mike Xxl" (read our review) bumps and grinds its way to multiplexes this holiday weekend, and unlike Steven Soderbergh's original, the sequel is coming with less darkness and more moves up, down and around the stripper pole. But Screen Junkies are taking a moment to take another look at where the franchise started, and in case you forgot, the first flick has a lot of grit to go with the glitter. Read More: L.A. FIlm Fest Review: Entertaining Romp 'Magic Mike' Will Put Its Spell On You…And Shake It Like Nobody's Business Drug problems, money woes and the curdled American dream aren't exactly what a lot of filmgoers think of when "Magic Mike" comes to mind. But the movie inspired by Channing Tatum's real life exploits grinding on ladies is, according to this Honest Trailer, either a really dumb version of "Boogie Nights
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This Leaked Old Rihanna and Chris Brown Duet Is Even Grosser Than You’d Expect, and You’re Probably Expecting It’s Real Gross

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This Leaked Old Rihanna and Chris Brown Duet Is Even Grosser Than You’d Expect, and You’re Probably Expecting It’s Real Gross
Gross and disappointing as it'll always be to hear Chris Brown and Rihanna reunited on a track — and in life — their collaboration "Nobody's Business" was one of the best things about RiRi's last album. Now another duet of theirs has surfaced, called "Put It Up." It's presumably a leftover from Brown's last album (he'd previously teased the song in an interview), and it's rumored Rihanna wouldn't let him release it when they broke up again. And if their brief reconciliation already made you want to vomit, we can pretty much guarantee hearing them talk dirty to each other, whispering sweet nothings like, "Treat me like I'm your property," won't be kind on your gag reflex.
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Why Alan Berliner Watches His Film With An Audience Every Chance He Gets

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Why Alan Berliner Watches His Film With An Audience Every Chance He Gets
In his introduction to Alan Berliner's film, "First Cousin Once Removed," which screened as part of the "Documentary Short List" program recently at Doc NYC, the festival's Artistic Director Thom Powers mentioned that most filmmakers he knows stop watching their films with audiences after the first few screenings, but Berliner is the exception. Berliner, whose experimental documentary films "Wide Awake," "The Sweetest Sound," "Nobody's Business," "Intimate Stranger" and "The Family Album" have been broadcast and screened at festivals all around the world, makes a point of watching his films along with an audience almost every chance he gets. "First Cousin Once Removed," which Eric Kohn called "equal parts psychological mystery and lyrical treatise on the passage of time," chronicles the late Edwin Honig, a poet and professor (as well as a cousin of Berliner's) and his life with Alzheimers. Below, Berliner explains why he relishes the opportunity to watch his films with an audience.
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Review: Devastating and Philosophical, Alan Berliner's Alzheimer's Portrait 'First Cousin Once Removed' Is His Best Movie

Documentarian Alan Berliner is frequently the focus of his movies, but his intentions extend beyond his neuroses. Rather than the star of the show, he's a vessel for bigger ideas and evades the perils of self-indulgence that could result from putting himself in front of the camera. That tricky balance is on display better than ever in the stirring "First Cousin Once Removed," which deepens an oeuvre that has already dealt with the tender issues of father-son relationships ("Nobody's Business") and insomnia ("Wide Awake") by exploring his fears of senility to devastating effect. Using a powerful focal point to manifest the movie's central concerns, Berliner makes his interest in the topic relevant to everyone. His case study is Edwin Honig, the first cousin of Berliner's mother, a bond that gives the movie its title. But there's more about Honig -- once a world-class poet and founder of Brown University's creative
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Review: Devastating and Philosophical, Alan Berliner's Alzheimer's Portrait 'First Cousin Once Removed' Is His Best Movie

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Documentarian Alan Berliner is frequently the focus of his movies, but his intentions extend beyond his neuroses. Rather than the star of the show, he's a vessel for bigger ideas and evades the perils of self-indulgence that could result from putting himself in front of the camera. That tricky balance is on display better than ever in the stirring "First Cousin Once Removed," which deepens an oeuvre that has already dealt with the tender issues of father-son relationships ("Nobody's Business") and insomnia ("Wide Awake") by exploring his fears of senility to devastating effect. Using a powerful focal point to manifest the movie's central concerns, Berliner makes his interest in the topic relevant to everyone. His case study is Edwin Honig, the first cousin of Berliner's mother, a bond that gives the movie its title. But there's more about Honig -- once a world-class poet and founder of Brown University's creative
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Katy Perry Reunites With Rihanna for NYC Dinner Party, John Mayer "Never Left" Singer's Side

Katy Perry Reunites With Rihanna for NYC Dinner Party, John Mayer
Seems just like old times. Katy Perry caught up with pal Rihanna Monday night in downtown New York City at the pre-album release party for Perry's upcoming effort, Prism, just days after the album's lead single, "Roar," leaked online. But there was nothing but smiles (and some fierce camera mugging) for the BFFs during their happy reunion. In a snapshot that RiRi posted on Instagram, a beaming Perry cozies up to the Barbadian beauty, while Rihanna, lips pursed and eyes shut, strikes a playful pose. "She. X She. #KatyAnna #RIHunited," the "Nobody's Business" songbird captioned the pic. But the adorable Instagram shot was just the beginning of the...
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Rihanna Goes Topless While Getting Her Hair Done

Rihanna Goes Topless While Getting Her Hair Done
Rihanna is clearly comfortable in her own skin. Before she performed in Atlanta on Apr. 22, the "Nobody's Business" singer shared a racy Instagram picture with fans. The image features the topless pop star holding a towel over her breasts as her hairstylist tends to her curls. "Show time!" Rihanna wrote in the caption. Earlier that day, the 25-year-old "Stay" singer tweeted to her Atlanta fans about the concert. "I want you on your worst behavior!" she wrote. "Tonight is all about you!" Since kicking off her Diamonds [...]
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Chris Brown and Frank Ocean Get Into Alleged Brawl at Los Angeles Studio

Chris Brown and Frank Ocean Get Into Alleged Brawl at Los Angeles Studio
Looks like Drake has been replaced as Chris Brown's brawling partner. The "Nobody's Business" singer purportedly got into a fight with Frank Ocean Sunday at a recording studio in Los Angeles, with Ocean taking to Twitter to share his version of events and the alleged injuries he sustained. "Got jumped by chris and a couple guys. Lol," he claimed, adding, "cut my finger now I can't play w two hands at the grammys." The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirms to E! News that Breezy is currently being investigated for allegedly assaulting someone on Sunday, but has not disclosed the victim's identity. Police reportedly responded to a call...
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Rihanna: 'Chris Brown duet is the truth'

Rihanna: 'Chris Brown duet is the truth'
Rihanna has spoken about her decision to collaborate with Chris Brown on her latest album. The pair, who were recently rumoured to have reunited despite his 2009 conviction for assaulting her, caused controversy after joining forces on the Unapologetic track 'Nobody's Business'. In an interview with Complex magazine, in which she posed for a series of raunchy photos, Rihanna was asked why she recorded a song about their relationship if it truly is nobody's (more)
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Rihanna Goes Topless, Defends Chris Brown Song for Complex

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Hey look, Rihanna's topless again ... this time on one of her seven covers for Complex magazine.That's right, seven.The singer shows off her impressive physique in the mag's latest issue, not only baring some serious skin for the cover but also some of the inside photos.RiRi took to her Instagram account last night to show off all the pics from the spread, which includes some revealing Polaroids she took herself.And while she has no trouble revealing her body, Rihanna wasn't as open when it came to discussing her song with Chris Brown, "Nobody's Business.""It's nobody's business," she says of the on-again-off-again couple's current relationship status.Then came a great question from the magazine: If her relationship with Chris is nobody's business, why record a song about it?The Q apparently caught Rihanna off-guard."Pardon me?" she replied with a raised eyebrow. "It's the truth, remember?"And while walking out the door,
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Rihanna Admits She’s ‘Single’ On Twitter — Confirms Chris Brown Split

Rihanna confirms she's 'single' on her Instagram by posting a very revealing and telling message about her relationship status with Chris. Keep reading to find out what she said! It's official -- at least for now. Rihanna confirms she and Chris Brown are not together via Instagram as she posts a bold message proclaiming she's a "single" woman. On December 18, the "Nobody's Business" singer took to Instagram, made a RihCard and wrote: "Being single sucks. The only thing I get to do anymore is whatever the f**k I want to do." If this isn't as clear as it gets, we don't know what is. But then again, it's Chris and Rihanna and their relationship status changes every second. As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Chris and Rihanna were on thin ice as Karrueche Tran is digging her paws deeper into Chris and, as Charlie Sheen would say, she's "Winning" Chris' love and affection.
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Rihanna Tweets Photo of Chris Brown in Bed

Rihanna Tweets Photo of Chris Brown in Bed
Nobody's business, huh? After hopping on a plane to meet up with Chris Brown in Berlin Wednesday, Rihanna made no secret that the duo was still spending time together. "Dis n-gga....... ‪#BartObsessed," Rihanna tweeted Saturday evening, along with an Instagram snap of what appears to be a shirtless Brown lying face down on a bed that has a Simpsons comforter on it. While the "Diamonds" singer never mentions her ex-boyfriend by name, the singer's tattoos are visible, and he tweeted a photo of himself just hours before, in which he is wearing the Bart Simpson jacket that is on the bed. Rihanna recently laughed off romance rumors regarding Brown in a Facebook Live! chat...
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Rihanna and Chris Brown Spend Thanksgiving Together in Berlin

Rihanna and Chris Brown Spend Thanksgiving Together in Berlin
Rihanna and Chris Brown have reunited…again. The "Nobody's Business" crooners were spotted partying at Adagio nightclub Thanksgiving night in Berlin. While Brown was in town for his Carpe Diem Tour, Rihanna, who just wrapped her own globe-trotting 777 Tour, hopped back on a jet to travel to Germany Wednesday. "All alone in my big ole jet!!! See u soon lover," the "Diamonds" singer tweeted that day, along with an Instagram pic of herself on it, following that up with "#Berlin #CarpeDiem," later that day. Rihanna and Brown were spotted hopping into a vehicle together after they left the club.
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Rihanna Spending Thanksgiving ‘With The One She Loves’ — Chris Brown?

Fresh off her '777' tour, Rihanna is ready for the Thanksgiving holiday and plans to spend it with the one she loves, but does that mean she's going to be flying to meet Chris, who's on tour in Europe? Keep reading for all the Exclusive details! Now that Rihanna's "777" tour it officially over, it's time to unwind and prepare for Thanksgiving. Sources connected to the "Nobody's Business" singer say she may spend the holiday with Chris Brown. "She's going to spend it with the one she loves. That's all I'm saying," a source exclusively reveals to HollywoodLife.com. Chris' "Carpe Diem" tour is currently en route to Berlin where he's scheduled to perform on November 22. "Don't be too surprised if she jets out to support him on his tour," our source says. We're sure Chris would appreciate Ri-Ri coming out to watch him perform and to spend Turkey Day with him,
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Rihanna Wraps 777 Tour in NYC With Jay-z and "Best Crowd Ever"

Rihanna Wraps 777 Tour in NYC With Jay-z and
Rihanna saved the best for last with her 777 World Tour. Tuesday night in New York City, the "Nobody's Business" singer wrapped up her seven-day Unapologetic promotional tour with the "best crowd ever"—including Jay-z! "I'm spoiled right now," Rihanna told the audience at Webster Hall. "You are die-hard fans, one. You don't give a f--k, two. Three, that makes you unapologetic, a lot like me." She then proclaimed, "This is definitely the best show so far, and it's not even over. But you guys know I'm not gassing you because you're New Yorkers. You're real." Hov himself was there to support Rihanna, staying in the center...
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Chris Brown Reveals His Favorite Song On Rihanna’s ‘Unapologetic’

Chris is telling friends he loves Rihanna's 'Unapologetic' album and has listened to all 14 tracks. He even has a favorite song! Find out which one only on HollywoodLife.com! Like the millions of Rihanna fans who have already made her Unapologetic album debut at number one, Chris Brown is also in love with the new album and is telling friends his favorite song is, of course, "Nobody's Business," HollywoodLife.com has exclusively learned! "If he had to pick one favorite song on the record, it would have to be 'Nobody's Business,'" a source revealed Exclusively to HollywoodLife.com. "Not because he on the track with her, but because of the message. That message is how both they both feel about their situation." On November 18, Chris performed alongside Swizz Beatz and Ludacris at the 2012 American Music Awards in Los Angeles and following the show, he flew out to Stockholm,
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Rihanna, Chris Brown duet 'leading candidate for next single'

Rihanna, Chris Brown duet 'leading candidate for next single'
Rihanna's new duet with Chris Brown is likely to be her next single. Vice President of A&R at Island Def Jam, Abou Thiam, has revealed that 'Nobody's Business' is the leading candidate to be the Bajan star's next release. However, he told Billboard that the label "always takes the approach of putting the record out, getting feedback and letting people decide where to take it from there". He added: "There's a lot of big records on the album, but we want the people to decide what they want to be next." The track has been the focus of many reviews of Unapologetic, which received a mixed response from critics upon its release yesterday (November 19). Photo gallery (more)
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Rihanna's new album 'Unapologetic' gets mixed reviews from critics

Rihanna's new album 'Unapologetic' gets mixed reviews from critics
Rihanna has received mixed reviews for her seventh studio album Unapologetic. The Guardian said the album is "far more interesting... than its predecessor" in its three-star review. Talking about controversial Chris Brown collaboration 'Nobody's Business', they described it as "one in the eye for the kind of person who tells you modern pop music has nothing new to offer". The Daily Telegraph called the collection "a mixed bag", saying that the first half is "full of abrasively ear-catching sound effects". However, they weren't as appreciative of the second half, saying it "switches to ballads, disco, reggae and naff rock for a gob-smacking defence of her confused love for R'n'b star Chris Brown". The Mirror noted that Rihanna has "gone for the everything-but-the-kitchen-sink (more)
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Rihanna turns on Christmas lights at Westfield Stratford - pictures

Rihanna turns on Christmas lights at Westfield Stratford - pictures
Rihanna has turned on this year's Christmas lights at Westfield Stratford City. The Bajan popstar wore a large blue coat on top of her stripy outfit as she performed in front of 20,000 fans at the event.

It was reported last month that organisers were willing to pay her up to £5 million to switch on the festive display. The 24-year-old is currently promoting her new album Unapologetic, which includes lead single 'Diamonds' and Chris Brown collaboration 'Nobody's Business'. She (more)
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