<![CDATA[NBC Bay Area - TV, movies, music and celebrity news]]>Copyright 2017http://www.nbcbayarea.com/entertainment/entertainment-news http://media.nbcnewyork.com/designimages/nbc_bayarea_blue.png NBC Bay Area http://www.nbcbayarea.comen-usWed, 23 Aug 2017 17:00:01 -0700Wed, 23 Aug 2017 17:00:01 -0700NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[She's Back: Taylor Swift Announces New Album ]]> Wed, 23 Aug 2017 11:05:00 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/t-swift-2017.jpg

Well, if you've been wondering what Taylor Swift is up to after scrubbing her social media accounts, only to resurface earlier this week with bizarre videos of a black snake, speculate no more.

The "Shake It Off" songstress has a new album coming your way.

Swift announced the news in a series of images posted on her social media accounts Wednesday. Her first post revealed that the album's first single will be "out tomorrow night,” while the second image depicts what appears to be an album cover featuring Swift staring at the camera. 

Finally, the third image reveals the forthcoming album's title, Reputation, along with the release date.

Fans are no doubt eager for Swift's musical reemergence as Reputation will be the singer's first follow-up to 2014’s hugely successful "1989."

Swift was in the news for other reasons in recent weeks, successfully fending off a lawsuit against radio personality David Mueller after she accused of groping her during a photo shoot. Mueller accused Swift of costing him his job, but Swift won a symbolic $1 victory against Mueller in the case.

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<![CDATA[Mel B Dumps Water on Cowell After Wedding Night Joke]]> Wed, 23 Aug 2017 07:57:50 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/spicespicespice.jpg

Simon Cowell has been left all wet by a joke he made at the expense of fellow "America's Got Talent" judge Mel B.

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Cowell was giving his appraisal of an act that had a technical mishap during Tuesday's live shows when he said it reminded him of Mel B's wedding night, because it had a lot of anticipation but "not much promise or delivery." The former Spice Girl flashed a shocked smile before dumping a cup of water on Cowell midway through the joke and storming off stage.

Mel B was back in her judge's chair for the next act.

The singer filed for divorce from husband Stephen Belafonte in March and won a restraining order against him in April after accusing him of emotional and physical abuse. Belafonte has denied the allegations.

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<![CDATA[World’s Highest-Paid Actors]]> Tue, 22 Aug 2017 14:17:21 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/highest-paid+thumbnail.jpg

Forbes released its annual list of the highest-paid actors in the world. The list proves there’s big money out there for the stars of mega-budget action films. The year’s top earner may surprise you.

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<![CDATA[Vonn Threatens Legal Action Following Nude Photo Hack]]> Tue, 22 Aug 2017 09:02:54 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/vonntiger.jpg

Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn is threatening legal action after she found herself the latest victim of a nude photo hack, according to People magazine.

In a statement released to People, Vonn's spokesman called the photo leak "an outrageous and despicable invasion of privacy." 

"Lindsey will take all necessary and appropriate legal action to protect and enforce her rights and interests," the spokesperson said. "She believes the individuals responsible for hacking her private photos as well as the websites that encourage this detestable conduct should be prosecuted to the fullest extent under the law."

The photos were reportedly taken several years ago while Vonn, 32, and Woods were dating. Vonn and Woods broke up in 2015.

TMZ reported Woods has also hired an attorney and threatened legal action against the site hosting the photos.

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<![CDATA[Popular Rapper Keak Da Sneak Shot in Richmond: Police]]> Tue, 22 Aug 2017 00:06:32 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-76087713-%281%29.jpg

Popular Bay Area rapper Keak Da Sneak was critically injured after being shot in Richmond, police said.

Richmond police said the rapper, whose name is Charles Williams, was targeted in a shooting reported at around 5:30 a.m. at a gas station at Carlson Boulevard and Imperial Avenue, just off Interstate 80.

"It appears to be a very targeted incident," Richmond police Lt. Felix Tan said.

Tan said Williams was shot multiple times in the upper body. When officers arrived on scene they found the rapper bleeding on the ground. His car had also rolled across the street into a bus stop, police said.

"We want to ensure the neighborhood in that area that everything is safe," Tan said. "It appears to be very targeted and we're trying to figure out why and who did this."

A spokesperson for the rapper said Williams on Monday afternoon is in stable condition. Monday's incident is not the first time the rapper has been shot -- Williams survived an Oakland shooting in January.

In the early 2000s, Williams, along with late rapper Mac Dre and Vallejo rap star E-40, helped catapult the Bay Area's so-called hyphy, or hyperactive, movement to the national spotlight.

The Oakland-based rapper is also known for being a part of the 1990s group "3X Krazy," considered to be one of the legendary groups in the underground Bay Area rap scene.

No other information was immediately available.

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<![CDATA[Taylor's Back: Swift Resurfaces After Social Media Blackout]]> Tue, 22 Aug 2017 06:18:26 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/t-swift-2017.jpg

Who can eclipse an eclipse? Why, Taylor Swift.

Just days after going dark on social media, the pop star put out another clue Monday leading to a possible song drop on the same day as the big solar eclipse. And if the lyric-sharing site Genius was to be believed, the tune is titled "Timeless." The title was teased there but taken down later Monday.

As for the video clip that appears to be a twitchy reptilian tail, well, we're not sure how that might play into Swift's anticipated sixth studio album that all of her social media shenanigans seem to be leading up to, possibly in October to coincide with the anniversary of the release of her record "1989."

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The tale may or may not have something to do with all the snake emojis that took front and center last year on Swift's social streams, including when anti-Swifties used them in Instagram comments after Kim Kardashian West released audio recordings she said proved Swift gave West's hubby, Kanye West, the go-ahead for a Swift reference in the song "Famous."

Swift wiped her Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and website on Friday, the third anniversary of the release of her "Shake It Off" single.

The reaction from fans, left to deduce the meaning of this mysterious post on their own, went pretty much as you might expect. 

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<![CDATA[Bonnie Tyler: I Never Get Tired of Singing 'Total Eclipse']]> Tue, 22 Aug 2017 04:08:50 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-169009419.jpg

While millions of people across the U.S. watching Monday’s total solar eclipse from the ground, Royal Caribbean hosted a "once-in-a-lifetime" viewing party out at sea.

As large swathes of the Earth's surface are plunged into darkness, passengers onboard Oasis of the Seas viewed the eclipse while Bonnie Tyler sang her iconic 80s ballad "Total Eclipse of the Heart."

"I was asked to do with it a great band called DNCE," Tyler said from aboard the cruise ship in an interview with the "Today" show Monday. "We had a rehearsal [Sunday] and they did a wonderful version of it, and I’m looking forward to doing it."

DNCE, the dance group fronted by Joe Jonas, is best known for their hit single "Cake by the Ocean."

Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said Tyler was "a natural choice” for the celestial event." 

"As Oasis of the Seas sails toward the path of totality, the international first lady of rock will join multiplatinum selling band DNCE as part of an exclusive concert in the ship's signature outdoor AquaTheater, commemorating the cruise line's once-in-a-lifetime Total Eclipse Cruise," the company said in a news release.

And unlike the eclipse of the sun, which lasts 2 minutes and 40 seconds, the 1983 hit ballad was originally almost 8 minutes long, the Welsh singer told “Today” hosts Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie. "Jim Steinman who wrote the song had to chop it about to get the single version," Tyler said, revealing that she sometimes gets "mixed up with the third verse" when singing the longer version of the song.

"I love singing it, I never get tired of singing it," she added.

The weeklong cruise departed Orlando, Florida, for the Caribbean on Sunday.

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<![CDATA[Stars React to Passing of Comedy Icon Jerry Lewis]]> Sun, 20 Aug 2017 14:19:41 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/fallece-comediante-jerry-lewis.jpg

The passing of screen legend and comedy icon Jerry Lewis was received with an outpouring of sadness online Sunday as celebrities took to social media to express their condolences.

Lewis died of natural causes Sunday morning in Las Vegas with his family by his side, publicist Candi Cazau said.

He was 91.

Lewis' career spanned the history of show business in the 20th century, beginning in his parents' vaudeville act at the age of 5. He was just 20 when his pairing with Martin made them international stars. He went on to make such favorites as "The Bellboy" and "The Nutty Professor," was featured in Martin Scorsese's "The King of Comedy" and appeared as himself in Billy Crystal's "Mr. Saturday Night."

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<![CDATA[Jerry Lewis: A Complicated King of Comedy]]> Mon, 21 Aug 2017 03:57:18 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/jerrylewiswinefeuerherd.jpg

In his “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”-inspired comedic master work, “The Nutty Professor,” Jerry Lewis gave fans two characters for the price of one: sweet, ineffectual scientist Julius Klemp and his chemically conjured alter ego, the obnoxious lounge singer and ladies’ man, Buddy Love.

But through his eight-decade career, Lewis, who died Sunday at age 91, presented many other sides of his personality as he spurred laughter, tears and even anger on the way to becoming a deceivingly complicated entertainment icon.

There was the manic man-child who propelled Lewis’ zany 1940s and 1950s buddy comedy hits with straight-man crooner Dean Martin (the best of the bunch include “Artists and Models” and “Sailor Beware”). There was the solo, would-be auteur who, with mixed success, attempted to transform himself into the Chaplin of his era (“The Bellboy” and “Cinderfella” rank among the standouts – just ask his many French fans).

There was the selfless, indefatigable humanitarian whose annual Labor Day TV telethons drew awareness  – and celebrities – to the battle against muscular dystrophy, raising about $2.5 billion on behalf of “Jerry’s Kids” over 44 years (Lewis lived up to the pledge he sang at the end of each installment: "You'll Never Walk Alone").

There was the Lewis who also could get serious on the big screen – no more so than in Martin Scorsese’s underrated 1982 gem “King of Comedy,” in which the actor portrayed a top comedian kidnapped by a deranged fan (Robert DeNiro).

Then there was the Lewis, who eventually became the cranky old man of comedy – foolishly declaring, variously, that women couldn’t or shouldn’t be funny.

Unlike Prof. Klemp, Lewis didn’t have to chug a secret formula to summon his multiple personalities – bouncing in latter-day stage and TV talk show appearances from the overgrown, rubber-faced kid yelling “Hey, Lady!” to singing schmaltzy songs designed to make his audience – and himself – shed a tear to occasionally letting his ego and blind spots get the better of him. 

For whatever faults he possessed, Lewis' influence is everywhere – from every buddy-comedy flick made since the 1950s to the careers of Jim Carrey and Eddie Murphy, who most folks probably think of these days when they hear the words “Nutty Professor.”

Still, it’s hard to beat the 1963 original, especially the climax when slick Buddy slowly turns back into the buck-toothed and bespectacled Julius, who delivers a speech by turns corny and devastating:

“I didn’t like being someone else,” Julius declares mid-transformation, his voice part whiny Klemp, part grating Buddy – and all Jerry Lewis. “At the same time, I’m very glad I was. Because I found out something I never knew: You might as well like yourself.

“Just think about all the time you’re going to have to spend with you.”

Fans around the word were lucky enough to spend time with Jerry Lewis in all his incarnations – through the heartfelt to the infuriating to the inspiring to the hilarious – during an at-times nutty, but ultimately unforgettable comedic journey.

Hester is Director of News Products and Projects at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He is also the author of "Raising a Beatle Baby: How John, Paul, George and Ringo Helped us Come Together as a Family." Follow him on Twitter.

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<![CDATA['True Game Changer': Stars React to Death of Dick Gregory]]> Sat, 19 Aug 2017 21:19:40 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-490716363.jpg

Celebrities and fellow comedians took to social media to share their heartbreak and condolences after it was announced that civil rights activist and comedian Dick Gregory died Saturday night at 84.

Gregory's family confirmed his death on social media, using the comedian's Twitter account. They asked for privacy as they grieve, but appreciate the "outpouring of support and love" they have received. 

As one of the first black standup comedians to find success with white audiences, in the early 1960s, Gregory rose from an impoverished childhood in St. Louis to win a college track scholarship and become a celebrated satirist who deftly commented upon racial divisions at the dawn of the civil rights movement.

Here are some of the celebrities' reactions to the news of Gregory's death.

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<![CDATA['Barry & Joe': Animated Show Sends Obama, Biden Back in Time]]> Tue, 22 Aug 2017 06:24:28 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/AP_17012789589290.jpg

The friendship between former President Barack Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden is being immortalized in a new show titled "Barry & Joe: The Animated Series," created by director and writer Adam Reid, NBC News reported.

In the trailer of the adult animated sci-fi sitcom, Obama and Biden travel back in time after the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, with the mission to alter the course of history and save the future.

Barry and Joe, as they are affectionately called in the series, are guided through history's ups and downs by present day astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. Tyson appears in the form of an augmented reality that only they can see.

Reid launched a fundraising page to produce the sitcom on Kickstarter, with a goal of $100,000 to produce the prologue show open and a mini episode pilot.

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<![CDATA[Chelsea Handler: 'Please Go Rescue a Dog']]> Sat, 19 Aug 2017 10:52:52 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-457522426.jpg

Comedian Chelsea Handler made an emotional plea Saturday, urging people across the country to “please, go rescue a dog."

The talk show host, who was forced last week to put down her beloved rescue dog Tammy, posted a heartfelt video message on social media advocating for pet adoption.

"I got both of my dogs at the pound. Chunk at the L.A. pound and Tammy at the Long Beach pound," Handler began.

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She recalled how Tammy was the "ugliest dog I could find," but after taking her home and nursing her back to health, the pup "blossomed, and she bloomed and she was beautiful."

"Unfortunately, today she is no longer with us because I did have to put her down. She was having respiratory failure and kidney failure, and all this other ugly stuff," an emotional Handler said choking back tears.

But, she noted, at least Tammy had someone to love her for the last two years of her life, living the life of luxury in Belair. "Talk about going out in the sunset of your life."

"She added to my life more than I probably added to hers," Handler said. "I love my dog and I will never be able to say how much value dogs bring to your life."

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<![CDATA['Tonight' Thank You Notes: Triple H Body Slams Jimmy on Desk]]> Sat, 19 Aug 2017 00:21:26 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/207*120/Screen+Shot+2017-08-19+at+2.38.59+AM.png

Jimmy pens thank you notes to President Donald Trump for firing Steve Bannon, waterfalls and other things before getting body slammed by WWE wrestling star Triple H.

<![CDATA['Tonight': Face It Challenge With Jon Hamm]]> Sat, 19 Aug 2017 00:21:37 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/215*120/Screen+Shot+2017-08-19+at+2.38.27+AM.png

Jon Hamm and Jimmy go head-to-head as they are given random faces to make at each other and try to hold for 10 seconds without being the first to break into laughter.

<![CDATA[Celebs Share Heartwarming Stories of Their Shelter Pets]]> Fri, 18 Aug 2017 12:41:15 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/214*120/CTS+CELEB+PETS_NYLIVE.jpg

Singer Miley Cyrus, actor Justin Theroux, host Mario Lopez and actress Lori Loughlin share heartwarming stories with People magazine about their shelter pets.

"Glee" star Jane Lynch also talks about adopting her first dog after filming the mokumentary "Best in Show."

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<![CDATA[How Arnold Schwarzenegger 'Fired' Back at President Trump]]> Fri, 18 Aug 2017 12:05:08 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/trump-swarz.jpg

Arnold Schwarzenegger famously flopped as host of "Celebrity Apprentice" – but that didn't stop him from symbolically firing President Trump.

Sure, his video eviscerating Trump's equating of assorted white supremacists, Confederate flag wavers and neo-Nazis with their protesters escalated the duo's bizarre celebrity feud. But far more significantly, the storied action-movie hero and former Republican governor of California used his unique position to stake out higher ground.

"You have a moral responsibility to send an unequivocal message that you won't stand for hate and racism," he said, addressing Trump.

Schwarzenegger, of course, is far from the first major figure to slam Trump for blaming last weekend’s hate-fueled tragedy in Charlottesville, VA, on “both sides.” Everyone from politicians of both major parties to corporate leaders to TV comedians took aim at Trump's apparent tolerance of intolerance.

But Schwarzenegger's viral video, released Thursday night, stands among the most effective rebuttals yet as the nation reels from the murder of anti-hate protester Heather Heyer.

Ronald Reagan fan Schwarzenegger proved himself a great – and versatile –communicator in the three-minute, 42-second spot: He employed humor (mockingly lecturing a Trump bobble-head doll). He spoke in common-sense, patriotic terms ("The country that defeated Hitler's armies is no place for Nazi flags.”). He even tweaked one of his catchphrases ("Let's terminate hate.").

The video, though, packs its strongest punch when Schwarzenegger invokes his experience as a son of post-World War II Austria, growing up "surrounded by broken men" who had fought for the Nazis.

"These ghosts that you idolize spent the rest of their lives living in shame," he said, addressing neo-Nazis. "And right now, they're resting in hell."

The video came six months after Trump's attacks on Schwarzenegger's weak "Celebrity Apprentice" ratings emerged as a sideshow to a political circus whose rings keep spiraling.

The Twitter-happy President didn't immediately respond to the video, in which Schwarzenegger uses a favorite Trump insult – "losers" – to describe haters.

Arnold Schwarzenegger can't fire President Trump, whose successful stint on “The Apprentice” helped launch him to the most powerful elected office on Earth. But Schwarzenegger showed that insipid TV feud or otherwise, he's ready fire back when there's an actual moral imperative to speak out.

Hester is Director of News Products and Projects at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He is also the author of "Raising a Beatle Baby: How John, Paul, George and Ringo Helped us Come Together as a Family." Follow him on Twitter.

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<![CDATA[Celebs, Lawmakers React to WH Ouster of Steve Bannon]]> Fri, 18 Aug 2017 11:10:11 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/trump-nacionalismo-1A.jpg

News of Steve Bannon's ouster from the White House was met with a variety of reactions across social media Friday, as celebrities, political commentators and politicians expressed both support and disdain for the move.

Rosie O'Donnell, political commentator Ann Coulter and movie director Jon Favreau were among those who took to Twitter as news broke of Bannon's ouster.

Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi released a statement following the news.

"Steve Bannon's firing is welcome news, but it doesn’t disguise where President Trump himself stands on white supremacists and the bigoted beliefs they advance," Pelosi wrote. "President Trump's growing record of repulsive statements is matched by his repulsive policies. Personnel changes are worthless so long as President Trump continues to advance policies that disgrace our cherished American values."

Bannon, 63, has been credited as a link between Trump and his conservative, populist base of supporters, but has been routinely criticized for his nationalist beliefs.

Trump hinted earlier this week that Bannon's future at the White House was under consideration.

Bannon is reviled by many for his role in developing Breitbart, which he stepped aside from to work for the Trump campaign. Critics call the site racist, sexist, xenophobic and anti-Semitic. He has denied that he is a white nationalist, calling himself an "economic nationalist" with visions of building an "entirely new political movement." But he seemed to court revulsion from liberals and others opposed to him.

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<![CDATA[Where's Taylor? Swift's Social Media Accounts Go Dark]]> Fri, 18 Aug 2017 10:32:23 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/T-Swift-2015.jpg

Taylor Swift fans across the globe went into a mild frenzy Friday as the singer's various social media accounts went dark along with her official website. It's unclear if Swift's accounts had been hacked or if the moves were done in anticipation of the singer releasing a new recording.  

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Swift's Instagram feed which has more than 100 million followers -- was wiped clean and her twitter account now shows the last post being a retweet from 2015. Her official Facebook page has also been scrubbed clean dating back to 2015.

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<![CDATA[Arnold Schwarzenegger Slams Trump in New Video]]> Fri, 18 Aug 2017 19:59:32 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/trump-schwarzenegger.jpg

Long time Donald Trump critic Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a Facebook video Thursday slamming the President for his remarks following the riot in Charlottesville that left one dead.

Schwarzenegger, the former Republican Governor of California, took particular umbrage with Trump appearing to show a measure of support for white supremacists.

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"The only way to beat the loud, angry voices of hate is to meet them with louder, more reasonable voices. That includes you President Trump," Schwarzenegger said. "In fact as president of this great country you have a moral responsibility to send an unequivocal message that you won’t stand for hate and racism."

Then, speaking to a bobble-head figurine of Trump, Schwarzenegger offered the following advice: "Now let me help you write your speech a little bit. 'As President of the United States, and as a Republican, I reject the support of white supremacists. The country that defeated Hitler’s armies is no place for Nazi flags. The party of Lincoln won’t stand with those who carried the battle flags of the failed Confederacy.'"

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<![CDATA[Amy Schumer Spotted in Background of 'Judge Judy']]> Tue, 22 Aug 2017 06:11:07 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/judyamy.jpg

No, your eyes weren't deceiving you. That really was Amy Schumer you caught a glimpse of in the background of a recent episode of "Judge Judy." And social media users can’t get enough.

In an Instagram post, the actress appeared in the audience for one of Schumer's favorite shows.

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"Hell yeah! You know I was in the audience on #judgejudy My sister and I sat in on the cases for they day because we love her!!!!!" Schumer wrote.

Twitter users expressed their surprise to see the star in the background of the daytime program.

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The comedian posted videos of her visit to the courtroom TV show back in May. She also took a quick turn sitting in the Judge Judy's chair when she wasn't looking.

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<![CDATA[Robin Thicke's Girlfriend Announces Pregnancy ]]> Fri, 18 Aug 2017 07:06:33 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/thickepreg.jpg

Robin Thicke's girlfriend has announced she's expecting a baby with the singer and her due date is the same as the birthday of Thicke's late father, actor Alan Thicke.

April Love Geary made the announcement on Instagram Thursday alongside a sonogram image. She writes that "the due date is March 1st, Alan's birthday!" The actor died in December at age 69.

Robin Thicke has been dating the 22-year-old model since his divorce from actress Paula Patton in 2015. This would be the second child for the 40-year-old Thicke. His son with Patton, Julian, was born in 2010.

Thicke's publicist didn't immediately return a request for comment.

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<![CDATA['Late Night': The Fallout of Trump and Charlottesville]]> Fri, 18 Aug 2017 04:02:38 -0700 http://media.nbcbayarea.com/images/213*120/Seth+Meyers+closer+look+trump.jpg

Seth Meyers takes a look at the fallout of President Donald Trump's comments about the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, and how his team is responding.