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Last Update on April 28, 2015 07:12 GMT
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Team Adam is down to a single performer as "The Voice" heads into a double elimination tonight. Of all the coaches, Blake Shelton is in the best shape with three singers left. But Pharrell Williams is feeling good about his two remaining singers, Sawyer Fredericks and Koryn Hawthorne. Both have been favorites of the coaches and the viewers. Last night, Koryn turned in a stellar performance of "Girl on Fire." Rival coach Christina Aguilera says Koryn seems to thrive under pressure. Team Xtina has two singers left going into tonight's results show.
Adam Levine says Koryn has matured before their eyes. COURTESY: NBC ((mandatory on-air credit))
<<CUT ..003 (04/28/15)>> 00:07 "you're killing it"
Christina Aguilera says Koryn seems to be immune to the pressure. COURTESY: NBC ((mandatory on-air credit))
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Five-time "Dancing With the Stars" champ Derek Hough (HUHF) is sidelined with an injury. He didn't dance during last night's performance because of a broken toe and sprained ankle. He accidentally kicked a stage light during rehearsal last week. Hough says he's recovering well and should be 100 percent in time for the live DWTS tour this summer. Last night, his partner Nastia Liukin danced with pro Sasha Farber. They did well enough to top the judges' leaderboard. Fourteen-year-old actress Willow Shields was eliminated last night, despite being one of the judges' favorites. Partner Mark Ballas says Willow was keeping up with everyone. Next week, two celebs will be eliminated.
Host Tom Bergeron announces this week's results. ((note length of cut)) COURTESY: BBC Worldwide Limited and American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. ((mandatory on-air credit))
<<CUT ..006 (04/28/15)>> 00:14 "up with everybody (cheers)"
Mark Ballas, pro dancer
Mark Ballas says his partner Willow Shields can hold her head high after being voted off. COURTESY: BBC Worldwide Limited and American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. ((mandatory on-air credit))
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Another old-school TV show is about to get the Hollywood treatment. This time, it's "Good Times" -- the saga of a black family living in the housing projects of Chicago. The man who created "Black-ish" has the job of turning the sitcom into a movie. Kenya Barris says he's excited about the project. No stars have been signed to the project yet.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Viola Davis will play a major figure in black history in an upcoming HBO movie. She will play Harriet Tubman in the project, based on a biography about the woman whose efforts helped countless slaves make their way to freedom through the Underground Railroad. No word on other cast members in the project -- or an air date.
ATLANTA (AP) -- Anthony Anderson remembers having to scrounge up the money he needed to pay for tuition and room and board while attending Howard University in Washington. And now that he's made it, he wants to keep others from going through the same thing. He was among the stars who donated scholarships to the United Negro College Fund. Anderson also hosted the annual event, which was held Sunday night and carried on BET. More than a half million in scholarships were given out to 20 students from celebrities like Kevin Hart, Pharrell Williams and Usher.
BEIRUT (AP) -- Salma Hayek says she hopes her latest project will inspire young people to think of different ways to make the world better. She says her animated move "The Prophet" has a message of peace. Hayek is visiting Lebanon, her ancestral homeland, for the film's international premiere. It's about a young girl who finds her voice through her friendship with a poet imprisoned for his ideas. Hayek also provides the voice of the girl's mother.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Veteran actress Jayne Meadows has died. She was 95. During her career, she appeared in movies, on Broadway, was nominated for three Emmys -- and was in numerous game shows. She was married to veteran TV star Steve Allen and was the sister of Audrey Meadows -- who starred in the classic TV sitcom "The Honeymooners"