The live musical performance starring Carrie Underwood aired for three and a half hours during primetime viewing on NBC, and early ratings reports show it in the lead.
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The neighborhood where "Fast & Furious" star Paul Walker died in a fiery crash is known to attract street racers, but law enforcement officials do not believe the Porsche Paul Walker and a friend were riding in had been racing another car.
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The Los Angeles premiere of JESSICA BIEL's new thriller THE TRUTH ABOUT EMANUEL was almost shut down on Thursday night (05Dec13) after organisers failed to obtain a permit to use an area outside the theater.
One of the original child stars of movie classic THE SOUND OF MUSIC was left "mystified and disappointed" by CARRIE UNDERWOOD's performance in a live TV production of the hit musical following its broadcast on Thursday night (05Dec13).
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" earned a prodigious $75 million, while 3-D animated musical "Frozen" opened with $67 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
A big chunk of the Tulsa Public School district's budget comes from property tax. There's enough money owed to make up $20 million in cuts that the district has received over the past five years.
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