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    IT has been 44 years since the release of hit musical film Grease, which began its decades-long tenure of dazzling fans in 1978. John Travolta and Olivia Newton John went on to become huge stars. But, following Olivia’s shocking death this week, here we reveal what happened to Danny and Sandy's most memorable sidekicks... 17 Grease hit the big screen in 1978 and starred John Travolta and Olivia Newton-JohnCredit: Rex Features Where is Rizzo now? The feistiest member of the Pink Ladies, Rizzo, was played by Stockard Channing – and her acting career has continued to flourish. Between 1999 and 2006, she played First Lady Abbey Bartlet in NBC’s The West Wing and in 1985 she won a Tony Award for her role in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. One of her most recent endeavour was on The Good Wife, starring as Veronica Loy from 2012-2016. The now 77-year-old has recently worked on a variety of shows, including Difficult People, Urban Myths and The Guest Book. Will Smith recently admitted he "fell in love" with his costar...
    JOHN SHERIDAN shocked Swindon fans by sticking his middle finger up at them as he left the pitch on Saturday. The Oldham boss had been left fuming by his side's concession of a 96th minute winner at the hands of his former side Swindon. 2John Sheridan flashed his middle finger at fans on SaturdayCredit: Twitter / @mcleod_ewan Sheridan, 57, copped plenty of flak from Robins fans after his disastrous spell at the County Ground last season. The former Ireland international managed Swindon to just eight wins in 33 matches at the helm as they were relegated from League One. Sheridan returned to the dugout in January for his SIXTH spell with Oldham - as he aims to keep the Latics in the EFL. His side looked on the verge of gaining a valuable point away at play-off chasing Swindon, only for Dion Conroy to bag a 96th minute heartbreaker. Sheridan, who had been given stick by the home faithful, made his way down the tunnel - flashing his middle finger at supporters as he did so. After the game, the...
    John Mayer is remembering his friend, comedian Bob Saget, shortly after the "Full House" star died suddenly at age 65 on Sunday night. The singer paid tribute to his close friend in an emotional post on social media. "I love you, Bob. I will never forget you. I will visit you often in my memories, and I hope I get to see you in my dreams," Mayer wrote on Instagram. "I will tell my kids about you. I’m taking you with me forever. I love you, Bob." BOB SAGET'S 'FULL HOUSE' CO-STARS SPEAK OUT ABOUT HIS UNEXPECTED DEATH Mayer, pictured here with Bob Saget in 2018, recalled his friendship with the actor in an emotional Instagram post. (Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images) Mayer met Saget in the early 2000s when the "America's Funniest Home Videos" host asked him to perform at a benefit for his Scleroderma Research Foundation. Saget's sister, Gay, lost her life to the autoimmune disorder in 1994. Saget recalled his then-budding friendship with Mayer in a June 2021 interview on Q104.3 New York. "It wasn’t a question of,...
    Bob Saget's death sent shockwaves through Hollywood as stars reacted to the news.  On Sunday the 65-year-old actor was found unresponsive in his hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando and pronounced dead at the scene.  Saget's Full House co-stars John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure and Dave Coulier expressed their disbelief and sadness on social media.  Stamos wrote he was 'gutted' while Bure called the comedic actor 'One of the best human beings I've ever known' with Coulier saying his 'heart was broken.' Shocking: Bob Saget, 65, was found unresponsive in his Orlando, Florida hotel room on Sunday and pronounced dead at the scene, with news of his passing sending shockwaves through Hollywood  'I am broken. I am gutted. I am in complete and utter shock. I will never ever have another friend like him. I love you so much Bobby,' wrote Stamos.  Bure wrote 'I don't know what to say. I have no words. Bob was one of the best humans beings I've ever known in my life. I loved him so much,' with the heartbreak emoji.  RELATED ARTICLES...
    Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was among the many NFL players, fans, media members and more mourning the death of the legendary John Madden. There wasn’t anyone in the NFL world that wasn’t deeply saddened by the unexpected death of Pro Football Hall of Famer, Super Bowl-winning head coach, and all-time great broadcaster John Madden on Tuesday. That should be expected, though. Not only were his decades spent in the broadcast booth the soundtrack to many, many fans and their football fandom, but he was a true bastion of the beauty of the sport of football. And one of the game’s current greats, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, clearly felt that way as well. In the wake of the news of Madden’s shocking death, Mahomes took to Twitter to not only pay his respects but to also wish condolences to the Hall of Famer’s family. Rest In Peace to a Legend! Prayers to the Madden Family. ???????? https://t.co/4zvhu5vEUd — Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) December 29, 2021 Patrick Mahomes and NFL world mourn the death of John Madden Mahomes, of course,...
    The Waukesha District Attorney whose office let out parade killer Darrell Brooks on a $1,000 bond three weeks ago previously admitted he knew his laxed bail reform would lead to killers being set free and murdering others, saying flippantly in a 2007 interview: 'You bet, it's guaranteed to happen.'  John Chisolm was elected as Milwaukee County District Attorney in 2007 and he immediately started advocating for lower cash bonds for criminals, like Brooks - a felon with a history of domestic violence charges who was most recently locked up for running over the mother of his children.  In 2007, Chisolm told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: 'Is there going to be an individual I divert, or I put into treatment program, who's going to go out and kill somebody? You bet. Guaranteed. It's guaranteed to happen.  'It does not invalidate the overall approach.'  His shamefaced office, which yesterday admitted they'd set an 'inappropriately low' bond amount for Brooks, has not commented on the resurfaced interview in light of Sunday's atrocity.  Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisolm (right) is an enthusiastic...
    New damning developments pertaining to the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol have come to light. According to Washington Post, the latest investigative update involves former President Donald Trump's lawyer John Eastman. The report, written by Washington Post reporters Josh Dawsey, Jacqueline Alemany, Jon Swaine, and Emma Brown, explains how Eastman attempted to build a case to persuade former Vice President Mike Pence to overturn the election. It has been revealed that "even as rioters overran the Capitol and a recalcitrant Pence was forced into hiding, Eastman emailed a Pence aide to actually blame Pence for the scene." At one point, Pence's aide Greg Jacob also became embroiled in a heated exchange with Eastman telling him that "his 'bullshit legal advice was why Pence's team was 'under siege.' An accusation Eastman replied to with a suggestion pushing the blame off on Pence. "The 'siege' is because YOU and your boss did not do what was necessary to allow this [election challenge] to be aired in a public way so that the American people can see for themselves what happened,"...
    John Walsh, who’s captured more than a thousand dangerous fugitives and credited with recovering sixty-one missing children, unleashes his fury over the police handling of this heinous crime. READ MORE: Hispanic Heritage Month: Mexicantown Through Artist Eyes John Walsh opens up to Dr. Oz about what he believes are missteps in the handling of Gabby Petito’s case. READ MORE: United Airlines Facing Record $1.9 Million Fine For Extended Delays   MORE NEWS: Ford Recalls Mustang Mach-E For Windshield, Sunroof Issues   Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 9 a.m. on CBS 62. Related
    THIS is the incredible moment a shark gets eaten by a massive fish in a shocking video. Fishing captain John Brossard and his crew had sailed out of the US city of Goodland, Florida, when they witnessed the incident. 4The prey was a blacknose sharkCredit: Pen News/John Brossard 4An Atlantic Goliath Grouper ate the shark as fishermen watched in disbeliefCredit: Pen News/John Brossard Mr Brossard said they were stunned when the blacknose shark they hooked was swallowed in one bite by a bigger fish. The captain then watched in disbelief as the Atlantic Goliath Grouper swam off with their catch. Recalling the experience, he said: "Basically we were shark fishing when all of a sudden two or three goliath groupers started hanging out under the boat waiting for our catch to come in. "We were just thinking 'wow, unbelievable! Something is going to eat a shark and it's bigger than a shark.' "We were very surprised. Basically it ate the shark, and took down and broke the line. "We were using a 50-pound test line and that was not...
    The US military has no idea how many Americans are still on the ground in Afghanistan after the Taliban took over the war-torn country, according to a stunning admission from Pentagon spokesman John Kirby on Thursday.  The federal government initiated a hasty evacuation effort Sunday when the Taliban reached Kabul after a fast and brutal offensive that mostly spanned over a week. US troops were already almost finished withdrawing from the country by President Biden's August 31st deadline.  'I don't know,' Kirby told a reporter who plainly asked for the number of US citizens still there now. He was asked again if the Pentagon had 'some kind of account of how many Americans are whether in harm's way or need to be evacuated.' Kirby referred the State Department as 'a better place to go' for the 'best estimate' of how many Americans are still trapped. 'That's not a figure that the United States military would know,' he said. Afghan people sit inside a US military aircraft to leave Afghanistan, at the military airport in Kabul on August 19th. The...
    A white Alabama city council member was recorded hurling the N-word toward a black colleague during a contentious Monday night meeting. Tarrant Councilman John “Tommy” Bryant rose from his chair pointed at Councilwoman Veronica Freeman and said, “Do we have a house N-word in here? Would she please stand up?"  6Tarrant Councilman John “Tommy” Bryant is facing calls to resign after he used a racial slur during a public meeting on MondayCredit: City of Tarrant, Alabama
    More On: wwe How to predict Money in the Bank based on the return of WWE crowds WWE star’s new character is ‘love letter to my childhood’ WWE star eviscerates body shamer: ‘How f–king dare you’ WWE legend ‘Mr. Wonderful’ dead at 71 John Cena’s return to WWE at Money in Bank gives the company a chance for everything it needs right now – if done right. Cena, who was last seen on WWE programming at a fanless WrestleMania 36 last April, confronted Universal champion Roman Reigns after the Tribal Chief defeated Edge in the main event of the Money in the Bank pay-per-view in Fort Worth, Texas on Sunday night. The fans delivered an all-timer of a pop when the 16-time world champion’s music hit — adding another one to Cena’s collection. Reigns just stared at Cena with a look of total disgust and a feeling of how dare he steal my spotlight.  It sets up a likely and epic main event for SummerSlam at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Aug. 21. Cena is one of the...
    UFC vet John Dodson survives terrible car accident, shares shocking photos of wreckage Former UFC fighter John Dodson took to Facebook on Saturday to reveal he and his family were in a serious car accident and it could have ended up a lot worse for the clan. Dodson, who was released from the UFC last year, was gearing up to make his first appearance in the cage since leaving the promotion. That’s now on hold. Just letting everyone know were all alive and no one is seriously injured. The car we hit was left in the middle of the… Posted by John "Magician" Dodson on Saturday, July 3, 2021John Dodson was a former two-time UFC title challenger“Just letting everyone know we’re all alive and no one is seriously injured,” Dodson wrote on Facebook. “The car we hit was left in the middle of the highway after that person hit an 18 wheel and another car crashed into it as well. He had no Hazzards light, no flares and no other warning to let us know. I hit the car...
    More On: john mulaney Chris Rock has some divorce advice for John Mulaney John Mulaney’s first live shows since rehab are sold out — more to come? Mulaney pokes fun at Cuomo’s coronavirus press briefings Daniel Craig, John Mulaney returning to host ‘SNL’ The real bombshell was hidden in the details of this Hollywood romance. News that a recently divorced John Mulaney was reportedly dating actress Olivia Munn shocked fans and followers of the two entertainers’ careers. But to those in the recovery community, the timing of it all was shocking for an entirely different reason. The reported fling hit on a little-known taboo: Many counselors and therapists say getting into a new relationship early into recovery can seriously complicate the process of staying sober. The reports of the new romance followed Mulaney’s high-profile split from artist Anna Marie Tendler and was right on the heels of his exit from a rehab facility for substance abuse issues. “In general, people who are newly sober, if they are not in a current relationship, if they can avoid...
    More On: new york rangers Where new regime stands on controversial Ranger’s exile Tom Wilson surprised by Artemi Panarin injury reaction Rangers had nothing in the tank for this one Chris Drury could be final piece of puzzle for Rangers John Davidson said he was “very proud” of his work as Rangers’ team president, two days after he and general manager Jeff Gorton were shockingly fired by owner James Dolan. “It has been an honor and pleasure serving as President of the New York Rangers the past two years,” Davidson, also said in a statement Friday through his talent agency, The Montag Group. “I am very proud of the work we have done and believe this team’s future is very bright. I want to thank all the great people in the organization for their tireless and passionate work day in and day out.” Davidson, a former beloved goalie with the Blueshirts, was lured to New York in May 2019 after stints rebuilding the Blues and Blue Jackets. He was at the helm of the Rangers for just two...
    More On: new york rangers Rangers star’s season is over Rangers destroy NHL exec as ‘unfit’ for role after Tom Wilson verdict Former hockey brawler rips NHL, Tom Wilson: ‘Shame on you’ NHL’s complete fail puts onus for revenge on Rangers A season of upheaval has now produced this ultimate day of upheaval for the Rangers.  For on Wednesday, in a shocking development, president John Davidson and general manager Jeff Gorton were both dismissed by CEO Jim Dolan, a source told The Post. Assistant GM Chris Drury is believed to be the leading candidate to fill the post of GM while Dolan conducts a hunt for a president that is expected to have Mark Messier at the top of the wish list. Drury has been part of the Blueshirts’ management team for six years and an assistant GM for five. The next GM will make the decision on the fate of head coach David Quinn, who has two years remaining on his contract. The Blueshirts, eliminated from playoff contention for the fourth straight year on Monday, have taken significant...
    Getty LeBron James and Kevin Durant celebrate after winning the 2018 NBA All-Star Game at Staples Center on February 18, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Nets star Kevin Durant and Lakers forward LeBron James may be the NBA’s biggest rivalry. The two future Hall of Famers have met in the NBA Finals three times with Durant getting the better of LeBron twice. However, off of the court, they are surprisingly good friends. During the 2018 NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, Durant and LeBron famously did a campaign for Uber in which the two candidly shared their life experiences. The viral campaign was headed by the current Chief Marketing Officer of Netflix Bozoma Saint John who was the Chief Brand Officer at Uber during that time. Saint John recently sat down with Durant’s Agent Rich Kleinman on the latest episode of The Boardroom’s Out of Office and revealed some shocking new details about the campaign. Kevin Durant x LeBron James x Cari Champion | ROLLING WITH THE CHAMPIONLeBron James and Kevin Durant join Cari Champion for the Uber...
    HOLLYOAKS fans predict PC George Kiss is not really dead after John Paul discovers shocking news. The policeman and school teacher have had a tumultuous relationship so far and it's taken another eerie turn. Visit our Hollyoaks page for the latest gossip Find all Hollyoaks spoilers here 6Hollyoaks fans are not convinced PC George Kiss is really deadCredit: Free for editorial use John Paul and his ex-husband Ste locked lips unexpectedly in last night's episode and the former woke up on the latter's sofa. George was furious when John Paul returned home the next morning, demanding to know where he had been. John Paul did the worst thing possible and lied to his abusive partner, saying he stayed at a hotel in town. The copper called the hotel and discovered it had been closed for months, before taking his frustrations out on a petrified John Paul. 6John Paul is involved in an abusive and manipulative relationship with the policemanCredit: Free for editorial use Still fuming, George left and went to work and it was later revealed that PC...
    Mark Wilson/Getty Images Former House Speaker John Boehner did not hold former Fox News founder Roger Ailes, or current prime time host Sean Hannity, in the highest esteem. Politico has just published an excerpt adapted from his book On the House, to be published by St. Martin’s Press on April 13, 2021, in which Boehner calls out the strange rise of rhetorical bomb-throwing and conspiracy theorists within his own party and the remarkable influence that Fox News has had on the evolution of the Grand Old Party. Not that long ago, there was a time that the House Speaker was the most powerful Republican official in all the land. He was the first line of Republican defense against President Barack Obama, and featured the self-made, bootstrapped pulling back story of having grown up the son of a barkeep. The fact that he openly wept at the opening of a sentimental element was endearing to many on both sides of the aisle. While he was fierce in his opposition to Democrats, he knew how to accommodate his political foes, make deals,...
    Mediaite founder and ABC News chief legal analyst Dan Abrams highlighted some new comments from Donald Trump that he called “one of the most shocking” takeaways from an interview out Monday. Fox News contributor Lisa Boothe interviewed the ex-president about a number of topics on the debut of her new podcast, including the Department of Justice. In particular, she brought up John Durham, who was appointed last year to oversee an investigation into the origins of the Russia probe. Last month reports confirmed the Durham investigation is still underway. Boothe asked Trump, “Are we ever going to see the Durham report? Is there ever going to be any accountability?” Trump said it’s “so sad” it’s taking so long and favorably cited the previous report from DOJ inspector general Michael Horowitz to say, “They didn’t have to even appoint Durham. All they had to do is take the information they already had. There’s so much information as to corruptness and everything else, but they come after Republicans. No, it’s very deep. It’s a deep state and it’s very, very deep.” On...
    After watching John Wall make his debut for the Houston Rockets, all everyone could think of was ‘And… he’s back!’ It might not have been easy for Washington fans to see him play with another organization. But it looks like this is exactly the fresh start he needed. His much-awaited return came with the five-time All-star putting up 22 points, 9 assists, and 6 rebounds in his debut with Rockets against the Sacramento Kings. The blockbuster trade to Houston Rockets This offseason witnessed many unexpected trades. One of them was the Washington Wizards sending off John Wall to the Rockets after a decade of his career with them. John was the Wizards’ first overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft. The talented point guard not only brought the franchise to another level, but he also made fans of a lifetime. Unfortunately, his story with the Wizards didn’t end as expected. He last played for the organization he admits to always loving on December 26, 2018. Then came along his ruptured Achilles Tendon that shelved him for a good two years....
    Someone had to do it. After the Knicks were linked to All Star guard Russell Westbrook as a possible trade target, the Wizards pulled the trigger Wednesday night, sending oft-injured star John Wall and a first-round pick to the Houston Rockets, according ESPN. After the Bucks sent three first round picks (and George Hill) to the Pelicans for Jrue Holiday, seemingly raising the price for another elite guard in the 32-year-old Westbrook, the Knicks seemed to balk at a blockbuster of their own in favor of a more gradual rebuild. Westbrook averaged 27.2 points per game last season, while the 30-year-old Wall missed the entire year due to injury. Filed under john wall ,  nba ,  new york knicks ,  russell westbrook ,  12/2/20
    Experts say virus cases are likely about to surge This restaurants revenue is better than last year. Heres how owners can survive even in COVID winter. John Oliver calls Trumps COVID-19 diagnosis shocking and utterly inevitable © Provided by Entertainment Weekly HBO John Oliver knows it's been "a genuinely extraordinary week for the White House." It's been so crazy that he admits he doesn't have time on Last Week Tonight to fully address the New York Times report about President Donald Trump "paying income tax ranging from the high three figures all the way down to zero figures for multiple years," the leaked audio recording of First Lady Melania Trump saying "who gives a f--- about Christmas?" in reference to decorating the White House, or the fact that Trump didn't denounce white supremacy and militia groups during the first presidential debate. But he did address the biggest news of the week, which was when the president and first lady contracted COVID-19, a virus Trump routinely downplayed since the beginning of the pandemic. "It was news that felt both shocking...
    During Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, host John Oliver tackled President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump’s positive coronavirus diagnosis  — explaining why the White House has “handled the situation terribly,” every step of the way. Oliver pointed out that Trump’s positive diagnosis taken over some other major stories, such as his questionable rallying cry to the Proud Boys, Melania’s war on Christmas, and the $750 Trump paid in taxes. All of those bombshell stories became irrelevant once the president and first lady tested positive for the coronavirus. “It was news that felt both shocking and utterly inevitable,” said Oliver, referring to the president’s rocky relationship with masks. “I put a mask on when I think I need it,” Trump said at the debate last week before mocking Joe Biden. “I don’t wear masks like him. Every time you see him, he’s got a mask. He could be speaking 200 feet away, he shows up with the biggest mask I’ve ever seen.” Oliver noted that Biden wears a mask when it’s dangerous not to and joked that Trump would probably avoid a beekeeper suit even...
    Get ready to sip the tea, dahlings — as only Mariah Carey can brew it. The superstar pop diva is serving all the dish that you can eat up in her much-anticipated memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey,” out on Tuesday. It’s the first release of a big Mimi week: She’ll also drop a new album, “The Rarities” — a collection of previously unreleased recordings — on Friday. But by then, loyal Lambs — as Carey’s faithful fans are called — will know a lot more secrets about the star from reading her book. Here are 10 juicy highlights, from the singer getting drugged by her sister and held at knifepoint by her husband to the sad story behind her becoming the Queen of Christmas. 1. She felt she didn’t belong Growing up biracial, with a white mother and a black father, Carey didn’t feel that she belonged — or even deserved to exist. “There was a time in my early childhood when I didn’t believe I was worthy of being alive,” she writes. “I was too young to contemplate...
    The history of the Black anthem being played at NFL games Is it time for the Houston Rockets to trade James Harden? RHONY Reunion: Tinsley Mortimer Reveals Shocking Reason Behind Her Fallout with Dorinda Medley Things are getting heated between Tinsley Mortimer and Dorinda Medley. © Provided by People Bravo During part one of the Real Housewives of New York City reunion on Thursday, the ladies — all donning black outfits —  gathered together with host Andy Cohen to hash out this season's most dramatic moments, including Tinsley's sudden departure from the show. "Scott did not make me choose between him and the show," Tinsley (who got engaged to fiancé Scott Kluth in November) explained after Andy asked the reason behind decision. "I knew that the show was definitely an issue for him. I knew that when we got back together it was a decision that I had to make. ... I chose him over being here with everybody. I didn't want to put him in the mix of all this because it could be toxic and it could be...
    John Wayne’s daughters are coming forward to defend their late father’s legacy after his shocking 1971 interview with Playboy resurfaced. “I believe in white supremacy until the Blacks are educated to a point of responsibility," the actor told the magazine. "I don’t believe in giving authority and positions of leadership and judgment to irresponsible people.” In that same interview, John Wayne said he felt no remorse for the subjugation of Native Americans and called movies such as “Easy Rider” and “Midnight Cowboy” perverted. “He definitely had his opinions, but he respected you if you disagreed with him,” Wayne’s daughter, Marisa Wayne, told Closer Weekly in the magazine’s latest issue, currently on newsstands. JOHN WAYNE’S FAMILY RESPONDS TO ACTOR’S CONTROVERSIAL 1971 INTERVIEW WITH PLAYBOY BO DEREK REFLECTS ON GIVING BACK TO AMERICAN VETERANS: ‘THERE’S JUST SO MUCH WE DON’T DO FOR OUR HEROES’ “He had an ability to see both sides of the story,” the 54-year-old said. Marisa Wayne added that her father was not a “right-wing, hard a—.” John Wayne’s 64-year-old daughter Aissa Wayne also told the magazine that her father “loved...
    Stephen Miller, senior adviser to President Donald Trump, ripped into former President Barack Obama for warning about potential voter suppression. Obama, speaking at Rep. John Lewis’ funeral on Thursday, warned that “there are those in power doing their darnedest to discourage people from voting by closing polling locations and targeting minorities and students with restrictive ID laws.” But Miller pushed back during a Friday interview on television’s “Fox & Friends.” “That was shocking political for a funeral service,” he said. “But it’s also totally disconnected from reality. It is scandalously, outrageously false. How can anybody claim that it is voter suppression to ask somebody who is voting if ‘John Smith’ is really ‘John Smith.’ “As for former President Obama, the reality is that for eight years, he delivered nothing but failure and betrayal to the people of this country. He sold off our factories to China. He left our borders open to MS-13 and he allowed violent crime to plague our cities." Miller also backed-up Trump’s denunciation of mail-in ballots. “Here’s a shocking thing for your audience to consider: Nobody...
    IT was one of the longest and happiest marriages in Hollywood, but now John Travolta has been left heartbroken by the death of his beloved wife Kelly Preston. The Twins actress, who was married to Travolta for 28 years, lost a two-year battle against breast cancer this weekend at the age of 57. 11John Travolta and Kelly Preston were married for 28 years before she tragically died of breast cancer over the weekendCredit: Rex Features It’s a devastating blow for the Pulp Fiction star, who has been plagued by horrendous tragedies throughout his career. Aged 23, he was at the bedside of first love Diana Hyland when she too died of breast cancer, just a year into their relationship. It would be another 12 years before he settled down again, after meeting Kelly on the set of the movie The Experts. However, heartbreak struck again in 2009 when the couple's son, Jett, died after suffering a seizure, but the rock solid marriage helped both to overcome their grief. Here’s how Travolta's love of the actress helped him battle his pain...
     Last Week Tonight host John Oliver mocked President Donald Trump over the smaller than expected crowd at his rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday, before addressing the coronavirus spikes in prisons and jails. Prior to the event, the president and other White House officials boasted about the number of tickets that had been reserved, and the rally was expected to be Trump festival replete with musical acts. People began lining up for the Saturday rally days before the event, which Trump had also bragged about in an interview with Gray TV’s DC bureau chief Jacqueline Policastro “We had over a million people apply, they had people now, days ahead, lined up,” he said. “They have big lines of people, over a million people tried to get tickets for the event.” The turnout, however, was shockingly lower than expected — some 6,000 supporters trickled into the large stadium — prompting Oliver to poke fun at the president during his Sunday night episode. “There’s absolutely no one in the room with me right now, although interestingly, that’s still somehow only slightly fewer people than were at President Trump’s...
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