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Tony Awards gala to take place June 9 at Radio City Music Hall

Tony Awards gala to take place June 9 at Radio City Music Hall

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Oct. 19 (UPI) -- The 73rd annual Tony Awards ceremony honoring excellence in Broadway theater is scheduled to take place at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on June 9. The ceremony will air live on CBS. Nominations for the prizes are to be revealed on April 30. A host for the gala has not yet been named. Singer-songwriters Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles presided over the 2018 event when The Band's Visit was named Best Musical and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child won for Best Play.Q: What are you doing on June 9?A: Watching the 2019 #TonyAwards on @CBS! https://t.co/laXMR2UL4a pic.twitter.com/KaGt1X2IQg— The Tony Awards (@TheTonyAwards) October 18, 2018 Let's block ads! (Why?) Entertainment News - UPI.com
Air Force awards contract to M1 for T-38 maintenance

Air Force awards contract to M1 for T-38 maintenance

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Aug. 30 (UPI) -- The U.S. Air Force has awarded a $ 23.4 million contract modification to M1 Support Services for maintenance on T-38 training aircraft. M1 Support Services, out of Denton, Texas, will specifically conduct intermediate and organizational maintenance on aircraft for Air Combat Command, Air Force Materiel Command and Air Force Global Strike Command, the Department of Defense said in a release. It will conduct work at a number of Air Force bases, with a Sept. 30, 2019, target date for completion. The Defense Department is obligating $ 23.4 million in fiscal 2019 operations and maintenance funds at the time of the award. The Air Force is in the midst of replacing its T-38C trainers at undergraduate pilot training bases with Advanced Pilot Trainers, known as T-X aircraft, but t...
HOTTEST celeb outfits from MTV Video Music Awards

HOTTEST celeb outfits from MTV Video Music Awards

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Last night’s VMAs, held at the Radio Music Hall in New York, has to be one of the sexiest line-ups yet.Flesh-flashing seemed to be the order of the day, with some dangerously high-slit and skimpy see-through numbers on show.It was a star-studded gathering seeing the likes of Rita Ora and Nicki Minaj hitting the red carpet in some of the most jaw-dropping get-ups.Meanwhile, Jennifer Lopez and Kylie Jenner held some of the most stunning looks of the night. Related Articles Rita Ora was definitely the leader of the pack when it came to sex appeal.After shocking everyone yesterday with her steamy performance alongside Liam Payne at the pre-VMAs gig, the 27-year-old had to up her game for the following night.She certainly managed ...
Celebikini awards: We find the sexiest babes in two-pieces to hit our beaches

Celebikini awards: We find the sexiest babes in two-pieces to hit our beaches

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Instagram Bella Hadid and Kate Wright topped 'skimpiest bikini' and 'best cleavage' Since July 5, 1946, women have been hitting the beaches and poolsides in bikinis.And National Bikini Day is officially the anniversary of the invention of the revealing bathing suit. To mark this sizzling occasion your fun-loving Daily Star has compiled our very own Celebrity Bikini Awards. JENNIFER DUNKERLEY brings you summer’s big winners so far...Skimpiest bikiniWinner: Bella Hadid This catwalk beauty loves nothing better than a nude shot and always looks bikini ready. Her favourite kind? The itsy bitsy teenie weenie string variety of course.  Best cleavageWinner: Kate Wright Rio Ferdinand’s missus...
Bafta TV Awards: Britain's Got Talent, Love Island and Blue Planet II win

Bafta TV Awards: Britain's Got Talent, Love Island and Blue Planet II win

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Britain's Got Talent, Love Island and Blue Planet II were among the winners at this year's Bafta Television Awards.Declan Donnelly was at the ceremony to accept the entertainment programme prize for Britain's Got Talent - but co-host Ant McPartlin wasn't there.Love Island won its first ever Bafta, for best reality show, while Casualty scooped its first Bafta for 11 years, for best soap or continuing drama. Sir David Attenborough picked up Blue Planet II's Must See Moment prize.That was the only award voted for by viewers, and it was for the scene showing a mother pilot whale refusing to let go of her dead calf.Sir David told viewers: "We set out to try and show the seas,...