Tim Wilson, a comic who incorporated country music into his act, died Wednesday after suffering a heart attack, his manager Chris Dipetta said. He was 52.
According to Dipetta, Wilson died in Columbus, Georgia, where he'd traveled after finishing a gig in Bay City, Michigan. He'd reportedly been scheduled to headline a show at The Comedy Club Stardome near Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday and Saturday.
Now we know that Allison Williams' performance on "Girls" is inspired.
Her character on the HBO show, Marnie, has had a hard time with love, but Williams herself is in a happy place: she's now engaged to her boyfriend of three years, Ricky Van Veen.
With Harold Ramis gone, the third "Ghostbusters" film is trying to figure out how to forge ahead.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Ramis was going to make a cameo appearance as Dr. Egon Spengler in "Ghostbusters III," but now the creative team will need to tweak the script.
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As his marriage with Paula Patton unravels, Robin Thicke is leaning on his fans for support.
On Wednesday, after pulling out of three previously scheduled performances, Thicke made his first public statement since he announced February 24 that he and his actress wife are separating.
"I want to thank everyone for the well wishes these last few days. My fans mean everything to me," Thicke said in a statement posted to his website Wednesday.
Jimmy Kimmel and MTV's Sway might want to take notes from Seth Meyers. It seems the new "Late Night" host knows how to get the sometimes volatile Kanye West to show his softer side.
The rapper and new dad appeared on Meyers' talk show on Tuesday night, and it was nothing but smiles, laughter and some remixed classics from West's catalogue.
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