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Musician Robert Knight, best known for 'Everlasting Love,' dies at 72

Singer Robert Knight, best known for recording the original version of "Everlasting Love" in 1967, has died, according to The Tennessean. He was 72 years old.

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The newspaper reported Knight died “after a short illness.”

'SNL': Larry David stirs controversy with concentration camp jokes in opening monologue

Larry David's controversial "Saturday Night Live" opening monologue apparently curbed some Twitter users' enthusiasm for the comedian's stint as host.

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David, who won over “SNL” fans with his portrayal of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders during the 2016 presidential campaign, kicked off Saturday's episode with a stand-up bit that included jokes referencing the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the Holocaust.

“A lot of sexual harassment stuff in the news of late, and I couldn’t help but notice a very disturbing pattern emerging, which is that many of the predators — not all, but many of them — are Jews. And I have three words to say to that: Oy vey iz mir (woe is me)," David said.

The "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star also joked about hitting on women in concentration camps.

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"I've always been obsessed with women, and I've often wondered if I'd grown up in Poland when Hitler came to power and was sent to a concentration camp, would I still be checking women out in the camp? I think I would," David quipped, adding, "Of course, the problem is, there are no good opening lines in a concentration camp."

Critics took to Twitter to blast David. Check out some of the comments below:

Many fans, however, spoke in David's defense:

Blake Shelton Live: ‘Somebody drove their truck into my house’

“This is a weird moment for me,” country music star Blake Shelton said while promoting his new album during a nationally televised interview Friday morning. “I’m talking about ‘Texoma Shore’ and I made the album at my lake house, and I just got a phone call.

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Somebody drove their truck through the front of my lake house,” he said.

Shelton’s said his house is on Lake Texoma in Oklahoma. He was in New York City on Friday to appear on “Live With Kelly and Ryan.” 

After some small talk, Shelton mentioned the truck crashing into his home, which also doubles as a studio. He even made light of it, since there have been no reports of injuries. However, Shelton wondered if the crash was a bad omen.

“So if this album doesn’t hit, then that’s bad luck,” he said.

The crash was an accident, Shelton told his hosts, but he was still perplexed.

“There's a truck sticking out of the front of my freaking house. I gotta sell some records.”

According to Marshall County Water employee Eric Bridgeman, who was working next door, the accident happened around 9:30 a.m. Friday, KTEN reported.

A man who worked for Allison Landscape and Pool Company came to Shelton's house and was trying to get through the gate,” KTEN reported. That's when Bridgeman said he heard a loud crash.

The pool company's truck had rolled into the gate and crashed through the front wall of the house with no one behind the wheel. KTEN reported.

“He made every effort ... I mean, the door was open on the truck and he was running as fast as he could,” Bridgeman told KTEN. “Honestly, if there was anything I could have done to help him, I would have, and I know my buddy would have.”

Selena gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

In a rare Friday night ceremony, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was unveiled to posthumously honor singing star Selena, KFMB reported.

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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and actress Eva Longoria spoke at the ceremony in front of the Capitol Records building. Selena's sister, Suzette Quintanilla, accepted the star.

The Tejano singing star was shot and killed on March 31, 1995, by Yolanda Saldivar, the president of her fan club.

Selena’s star is the 2,622nd to be unveiled since the completion of the Walk of Fame in 1961 with the first 1,558 stars, KFMB reported.

Born Selena Quintanilla on April 16, 1971, in Lake Jackson, Texas, Selena began her career in music in 1980 as the lead of the family band “Selena y Los Dinos,” with her siblings A.B. and Suzette.

Selena began recording professionally in 1982 and won the first of 10 consecutive female vocalists of the year awards at the Tejano Music Awards in 1986.

Selena's best-known songs include “Bid, Bid Bom Bom,” “Dreaming of You,” “No Me Queda Mas,” “Amor Prohibido” and “Como La Flor.”

The ceremony was the first at night since Feb. 8, 2010, when a star honoring Beatles drummer Ringo Starr was unveiled, said Leron Gubler, president and CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, which administers the Walk of Fame.

Photographer to publish book of pictures from David Bowie’s 1983 tour

A photographer who shadowed rock star David Bowie on his 1983 world tour will publish a limited-edition book in May 2018 that features unpublished photos, The Guardian reported. 

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“Ricochet: David Bowie 1983” will showcase the pictures British photographer Denis O’Regan and will be published by Moonlight Books. Only 2,000 copies will be produced, The Guardian reported.

The photographs all come from Bowie’s 1983 Serious Moonlight tour for his album “Let’s Dance.” Bowie played at nearly 100 venues in 15 countries, beginning his tour in Brussels, Belgium, and ending it in Hong Kong.

O’Regan recalled telling Bowie that it was seeing the Ziggy Stardust concert at the Hammersmith Odeon in 1973 that inspired him to take up rock photography, The Guardian reported“Being David, he wasn’t very good at taking compliments. I said: ‘It’s because of you that I became a rock photographer.’ He said: ‘Yeah, you’ll probably tell Bono the same thing tomorrow night.’”The book will contain memorabilia that includes handwritten lyrics, tickets, set lists, three large limited-edition prints and a 12-inch picture disc of “Ricochet” and “Let’s Dance.”

Bowie had intended to sign the book before his death in January 2016. Bowie and O’Regan sifted through nearly 20,000 photographs from the tour, The Guardian reported.

Taylor Swift releases fourth song from upcoming album

As promised, singer Taylor Swift released a new song at midnight Friday.

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“Call It What You Want” is a track from Swift’s upcoming “Reputation” album, which will be released on Nov. 10, Billboard reported.

Swift teased the song on social media Thursday with a typewritten note that previewed some of the song’s lyrics.

The song is the fourth preview from Swift’s upcoming album. Previously released were “Look What You Made Me Do,” “... Ready for It?” and “Gorgeous.” Swift is set to premiere another tune with a live performance airing during ABC’s “Scandal” show on Nov. 9, Billboard reported.

Weezer and Pixies going on summer 2018 joint tour

Weezer is going on a joint tour next summer with the Pixies. 

Spin reported that the band made the announcement for the North American tour Thursday on Twitter.

The rock bands are co-headlining the 29-date tour. 

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“It is our distinct pleasure to welcome the Pixies to the stage for this tour,” according to a news post on Weezer’s official site. “Weezer’s origin was in fact very closely linked to the Pixies – no other band had the impact they did on the band’s early sound. We’ve played with them on a handful of occasions since they reformed in the early 2000’s and it’s always been an honor. Sharing a stage with them for a whole summer is going to be mindblowing. We can’t wait to see them, and you!”

Rolling Stone reported Weezer released its latest studio album, “Pacific Daydream,” Oct. 27. The Pixies released their latest, “Head Carrier,” in September 2016.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. local time. The tour dates are below. Rock band The Wombats will be special guests on some tour dates. Another guest will be announced at a later date.

June 23 - Tampa, Florida, at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union AmphitheatreJune 26 - New Orleans at Bold Sphere Music at Champions SquareJune 27 - Dallas at Starplex PavilionJune 29 - The Woodlands, Texas, at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell PavilionJune 30 - Austin, Texas, at Austin360 AmphitheaterJuly 6 - Cincinnati, Ohio, at Riverbend Music CenterJuly 7 - Tinley Park, Ilonois, at Hollywood Casino AmphitheatreJuly 8 - Noblesville, Indiana, at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music CenterJuly 10 - Burgettstown, PA at KeyBank PavilionJuly 11 - Cuyahoga Falls, OH at Blossom Music CenterJuly 13 - Clarkston, MI at DTE Energy Music TheatreJuly 14 - Toronto at Budweiser StageJuly 15 - Syracuse, New York, at Lakeview AmphitheaterJuly 17 - Mansfield, Massachusetts, at XFINITY CenterJuly 18 - Wantagh, New York, at Northwell Health at Jones Beach TheaterJuly 20 - Holmdel, New Jersey, at PNC Bank Arts CenterJuly 21 - Camden, New Jersey, at BB&T PavilionJuly 22 - Bristow, Virginia, at Jiffy Lube LiveJuly 24 - Raleigh, North Carolina, at Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut CreekJuly 25 - Charlotte, North Carolina, at PNC Music PavilionJuly 27 - Atlanta at Lakewood AmphitheatreJuly 28 - Nashville, Tennessee, at Ascend AmphitheaterJuly 29 - Rogers, Arkansas, at Walmart Arkansas Music PavilionJuly 31 - Greenwood Village, Colorado, at Fiddler's Green AmphitheatreAugust 1 - West Valley City, Utah, at USANA AmphitheatreAugust 4 - Auburn, Washington, at White River AmphitheatreAugust 7 - Mountain View, California, at Shoreline AmphitheatreAugust 11 - Chula Vista, California, at Mattress Firm AmphitheatreAugust 12 - Phoenix, Arizona, at Ak-Chin Pavilion 

WATCH: Florida police, firefighters dance to 'Thriller' for Teal Pumpkin Project

Officers and firefighters in one Florida city are showing off their dance moves in a viral video to raise awareness about food allergies this Halloween.

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According to WTSP, the Tarpon Springs police and fire departments re-created Michael Jackson's "Thriller" music video for the Teal Pumpkin Project. The annual campaign by Food Allergy Research & Education aims to make Halloween "more fun and inclusive for millions of children with food allergies and other dietary restrictions," according to its website. Participants place a teal pumpkin on their doorstep and offer non-food treats like toys to trick-or-treaters. Learn more here.

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The police and fire departments also are raising money for the nonprofit CURED, the Campaign Urging Research for Eosinophilic Disease. According to a police press release, "many children with Eosinophilic diseases cannot eat or ingest food orally." To make a donation, visit the foundation's website here.

Blake Shelton announces ‘Country Music Freaks’ tour for 2018

Blake Shelton will spend the early part of 2018 on his “Country Music Freaks” tour, a 14-date run that kicks off in mid-February.

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The country music maestro and star of “The Voice” will perform with guests Brett Eldridge, Carly Pearce and Trace Adkins. 

Tickets, priced from $52-$102, will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Nov. 10 via www.ticketmaster.com and the venue box office. An American Express card holder pre-sale runs from 10 a.m. Nov. 3 through 10 p.m. Nov. 9. Several other pre-sales will also take place in the interim.

Shelton releases his new album, “Texoma Shore,” on Nov. 3. The first single, “I’ll Name the Dogs,” has cracked the Top 10 of the Billboard “Hot Country Songs” chart. The singer-songwriter will perform another new song, “At the House,” on Jimmy Fallon’s late-night show on Oct. 30.

“Country Music Freaks” tour dates

Date, city, venue

2/15/18: Tulsa, Oklahoma, BOK Center

2/16/18: Lubbock, Texas, United Supermarkets Arena

2/17/18: Las Cruces, New Mexico, Pan American Center

2/22/18: Grand Rapids, Michigan, Van Andel Arena

2/23/18: Moline, Illinois, TaxSlayer Center

2/24/18: St. Louis, Missouri, Scottrade Center

3/2/18: Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center

3/3/18: Bossier City, Louisiana, CenturyLink Center

3/8/18: Atlanta, Georgia, Philips Arena

3/9/18: Greenville, South Carolina, Bon Secours Wellness Arena

3/10/18: Greensboro, North Carolina, Greensboro Coliseum

3/15/18: Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Arena

3/16/18: Baltimore, Maryland, Royal Farms Arena

3/17/18: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wells Fargo Center

Kim Kardashian West dressed up as Cher for Halloween, and people are loving it

After channeling her on the September cover of Harper’s Bazaar, Kim Kardashian West dressed up as her icon Cher again for Halloween, and fans can’t get enough of her costume, which replicated the singer’s look at the 1973 Academy Awards, People reports.

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“Cher definitely has a better body,” Kardashian West said on Periscope. “Her stomach … I don’t think anyone could compare.”

The reality TV star donned a long black wig and a custom-made replica of Cher’s infamous outfit. Her best friend, Jonathan Cheban, stood in as Sonny. She shared several videos and pictures of her ensemble on social media, even teasing fans with hints about her costume before the big reveal.

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“Because I love her and we’re going to a ’70s party. You know I love her,” she said about her costume.

Not only did Cher herself approve of Kardashian West’s costume, writing on Twitter, “Woke To See You Are Me 4 [Halloween] You Look BEAUTIFUL Little Armenian Sister,” but fans made it known they loved the look, as well:

>> See Cher's tweet here

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