<![CDATA[NBC Connecticut - TV, movies, music and celebrity news]]>Copyright 2016http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/entertainment/entertainment-news http://media.nbcbayarea.com/designimages/NBC_Connecticut.png NBC Connecticut http://www.nbcconnecticut.comen-usTue, 28 Jun 2016 04:09:27 -0400Tue, 28 Jun 2016 04:09:27 -0400NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[Adele Burps Onstage at Glastonbury Festival]]> Mon, 27 Jun 2016 21:49:36 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/Adele-Glastonbury.jpg

Adele greeted a fan with a slightly unexpected "Hello" this weekend, according to video from a music festival, by burping, "Today" reports.

The singer apparently invited the fan on stage during the Glastonbury Festival in England and was taking a selfie with her when she exclaimed: "Oh my God, I just burped!"

"Today" reports she pinned the belch on a "dirty burger" she ate before going onstage, an incident that has been dubbed "Glastonburpy" online.

The Grammy winner sent Maria off with a hug, a photo and a one-of-a-kind memory.

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<![CDATA[Jay Leno Survives Stunt Car Crash While Taping TV Show]]> Mon, 27 Jun 2016 18:05:45 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/539161302-jay-leno-garage.jpg

Comedian and car enthusiast Jay Leno was visibly shaken after getting into a car crash while filming an upcoming episode of CNBC's "Jay Leno's Garage," but he recovered quickly, CNBC reports.

As seen in the video above, Leno was in the driver's seat of legendary stunt driver Bob Riggle's two-wheel stunt car at Irwindale Track.

In the episode, which airs on Wednesday, Leno can be heard saying it is "2,500 horsepower on two wheels. What could go wrong?" as Riggle, 80 years old, revs the engine.

Leno is in the passenger seat when Riggle loses control and the car rolls over twice.

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<![CDATA[Kanye West's Naked Ambition]]> Mon, 27 Jun 2016 16:03:35 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/looks-locos-met-gala-2016-portada.jpg

Kanye West last month marked the second anniversary of his marriage to Kim Kardashian, whose dubious celebrity exploded in 2007 with the leaking of a sex tape.

But it wasn't until Friday, with the debut of his controversial video for "Famous," that West cemented his status, for better or worse, as a full-fledged Kardashian Family member.

The video, featuring nude renderings of various public figures (presumably fakes) and his wife's world-famous behind (presumably in the flesh), offered an unexplained statement about the nature of celebrity. But what came through clearly is that the rap star's biggest influence these days is the Kardashians, whose talent rests in a knack for being famous for being famous.

That's a mixed bag for West, whose tendencies toward hype and ego ("My greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live," he once declared) too often overshadow his standing (over-reliance on Auto-Tune aside) as a major musical force.

He seems to be in a friendly competition with his over-sharing spouse to "break the Internet." Kanye West, though, out-smashes Kim Kardashian West in one significant respect: He drags a slew of others into the raw picture – including her step-kin Caitlyn Jenner, former President George W. Bush (whom he slammed over the handling of Hurricane Katrina more than a decade ago) and Bill Cosby (whom he defended in a tweet earlier this year).

But the primary focus of the chatter spurred by the video is Taylor Swift, already reportedly upset over the song, in which West claims credit for her success, calls her the B-word and proclaims the duo “might still have sex” (he says she approved the line, but she says that’s not the case).

West, of course, stormed the stage in 2009 while Swift collected an MTV Video Music Award in his bizarre attempt to avenge Beyoncé’s loss.

Yeezus might want to take a close look at Beyoncé’s recent album/film “Lemonade,” which tackles celebrity in a more substantive, mature and probably lasting fashion.

For West’s strange video bedfellows, the price of "Famous" remains uncertain. For the rapper, the running total undoubtedly will include the cost of keeping up with his less artistically inclined wife and in-laws.

Jere Hester is Director of News Products and Projects at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He is also the author of "Raising a Beatle Baby: How John, Paul, George and Ringo Helped us Come Together as a Family." Follow him on Twitter.

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<![CDATA[Top Celeb Pics: Stars Take the Stage at BET Awards]]> Mon, 27 Jun 2016 07:51:24 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/BETAwards-AP_429522115740.jpg Check out the latest photos of your favorite celebrities looking their best.

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<![CDATA[Bon Jovi Surprises Lifelong Fan ]]> Mon, 27 Jun 2016 07:31:04 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/With+Sign.jpg

A trip to dinner turned out to be the surprise of a lifetime for a New Jersey woman battling stage four lung cancer.

Carol Cesario has spent the last five months in and out of the hospital, her daughter, Rosie Skripkunis, said. Cesario, a lifelong Jon Bon Jovi fan, has always hoped she might one day get up close and personal with the singer.

“One of her biggest dreams was to meet him, ever since I was little,” Skripkunis said.

In an effort to cheer her mom up, Skripkunis made a makeshift sign on a piece of newspaper in May pleading for the singer to come visit her mom. With the help of friends, and lots of shares on Facebook, within an hour, Skripkunis was working with Bon Jovi’s team to make the dream a reality.

With June 25th picked as the date and Bon Jovi’s restaurant JBJ Soul Kitchen in Toms River as the destination, Skripkunis says she had no problem keeping the secret from her mom.

“I lied to her,” Skripkunis said, laughing. “I told her I wrote to his restaurant, that they said they couldn’t pass fan mail on, but that they had invited us for a free meal. It was a free meal, but it was a free meal with Bon Jovi there.”

At the restaurant, Cesario sat with her family talking as Bon Jovi snuck in the door behind her, then stood next to her without saying anything.

"Oh my God!" Cesario yelled out when she noticed exactly who was standing next to her. Bon Jovi gave an emotional Cesario a kiss on the cheek.

Cesario, Skripkunis, and their family spent the night with Bon Jovi, talking for hours and listening to some of the singer’s new music. Bon Jovi gave Cesario an autographed book and a guitar.

Skripkunis said since the dinner, her mom can’t stop thinking about it.

“She slept with the book he gave her,” Skripkunis said.

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<![CDATA[Sweepea Rambo: World's Ugliest Dog]]> Mon, 27 Jun 2016 07:36:15 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-542889448.jpg

Sixteen unseemly pooches vied for the surprisingly coveted title of World’s Ugliest Dog at the Sonoma-Marin Fair contest Friday.

Judges, including TV personality Bob Lacey and broadcaster Sheri Lynch, crowned 17-year-old SweePee Rambo — with a tiny blonde mohawk, claw-like legs and one eye twice as large as the other — the winner.

Hundreds of people at the competition cheered on the blind Chinese Crested Chihuahua mix, as his owner, Jason Wurtz, burst into tears and shook a homemade sign that read “SweePee Rambo for President 2016,” according to the Press Democrat.

This was SweePee and Wurtz’s third run at the $1,500 prize, and it finally paid off. The pair, originally from Encino, made the seven-hour trek to the competition in a van teeming with fans and relatives. The award money will go towards removing a tumor from SweePee’s gums, the Press Democrat reported.

Second place came with a $200 prize, which was given to Josie, a pup whose nails were painted bright blue. Rue, a small, dark canine that resembled a pig more than a dog, placed third and earned $150.

The competition was established in the 1970s, and having been around for 28 years, now attracts over 2,000 people each year. According to the Sonoma-Marin Fair’s website, dogs are judged on their first impression, unusual attributes, natural ugliness, personality and audience impression.

Last year’s champion Quasi Modo, a hunchbacked German Shepherd, won because he “epitomized excellence in ugliness,” according to Chief Judge Brian Sobel. Quasi Modo participated in press events in New York and San Francisco and even appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

SweePee’s popularity with the public will determine if he, too, will get a media tour.

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<![CDATA['Tonight Show': Thank You Notes to a Weed Magazine]]> Sat, 25 Jun 2016 06:05:05 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/223*120/weed-to-know-thank-you-notes.jpg Jimmy Fallon writes his weekly Thank You notes. He is thankful for a new weed magazine, condoms and family pool parties. ]]> <![CDATA['Tonight Show' J.J. Watt Tries His Luck at Egg Russian Roulette]]> Sat, 25 Jun 2016 06:06:11 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/234*120/fallon-watts-egg-roulette.jpg NFL star J.J. Watt and Jimmy Fallon play to win at egg Russian roulette. The loser will leave with two raw eggs on their face.]]> <![CDATA[Celebrities Come Out for National HIV Testing Day]]> Mon, 27 Jun 2016 11:55:20 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/DanielFranzese-GettyImages-533405824.jpg

The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS foundation is among the organizations putting resources behind HIV prevention and is urging people to get informed and tested. 

The foundation will hold its first HIV-testing event at the Abbey in West Hollywood on June 27, which is National HIV Testing Day, NBC News reports.

Celebrity advocates, including Daniel Franzese, Julie Benz, Lance Bass, Frances Fisher and Kyle Pratt, will be in attendance to encourage people to get tested, increase awareness and help eliminate the stigma surrounding HIV. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1.2 million people are living with HIV in the U.S. More than 156,000 of them are unaware they are infected.

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<![CDATA[Lucas Museum Withdraws From Chicago]]> Fri, 24 Jun 2016 20:49:21 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/Lucas+Museum.png

The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art announced Friday that Chicago will no longer be considered a potential site for the museum "in light of extensive delays caused by Friends of the Parks."

The museum will instead move to California, officials said. 

“No one benefits from continuing [Friends of the Parks] seemingly unending litigation to protect a parking lot,” "Star Wars" filmmaker George W. Lucas, founder and chairman of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, said in a statement. “The actions initiated by Friends of Parks and their recent attempts to extract concessions from the city have effectively overridden approvals received from numerous democratically elected bodies of government.”

The announcement comes exactly two years to the day after Lucas and his wife Mellody Hobson revealed they had chosen Chicago as the site of the highly-anticipated museum.

"The opportunity for a city to gain a brand new museum is rare, and this particular opportunity - gift worth approximately $1.5 billion - would have been the largest philanthropic contribution in Chicago's history," Emanuel said in a statement Friday. "Unfortunately, time has run out and the moment we’ve consistently warned about has arrived – Chicago’s loss will be another city’s gain. This missed opportunity has not only cost us what will be a world-class cultural institution, it has cost thousands of jobs for Chicago workers, millions of dollars in economic investment and countless educational opportunities for Chicago’s youth."

Museum officials had earlier said they were "seriously pursuing" locations outside of Chicago after the parks group said it opposed any site along the city's lakefront, including a recently proposed McCormick Place Lakeside Center plan.

A lawsuit by the group first targeted the museum's original site, located between Soldier Field and McCormick Place, but Friends of the Parks later warned it would either amend the existing lawsuit to encompass the new McCormick Place site or file a new suit.  

Friends of the Parks had recently released a memo, however, outlining stipulations under which it would settle its lawsuit, including a legally binding promise from Chicago to protect the lakefront from development for the next century. The memo also claimed the group wants 5 percent of museum revenues allocated to park improvements.

“It is unfortunate that the Lucas Museum has made the decision to leave Chicago rather than locate the museum on one of the several alternative sites that are not on Chicago’s lakefront," Friends of the Parks Executive Director Juanita Irizarry and Board Chair Lauren Moltz said in a statement. "That would have been the true win-win."

Hobson previously claimed efforts to build the museum in Chicago were “co-opted and hijacked” by Friends of the Parks.

“When the Friends of the Parks sued the city in order to preserve a parking lot, we were offered a different and feasible solution—the replacement of an underutilized and outdated convention space that would also add more than 12 acres of new parkland,” Hobson said in a statement. “Yet, even with this additional park space, an organization that claims to ‘preserve, protect, improve and promote the use of parks and open space' now opposes this as well.”

Still, Lucas said Friday, “While Chicago will not be home to the museum, my wife and I will continue to enthusiastically support a wide variety of educational and cultural activities throughout the city.”

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<![CDATA[JK Rowling Wishes for Magic to Reverse Brexit Vote]]> Fri, 24 Jun 2016 11:25:33 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-469054268.jpg

British author J.K. Rowling expressed her Brexit dismay Friday, warning that "Scotland will seek independence now" after a majority of voters in the United Kingdom opted to leave the European Union.

The "Harry Potter" creator, who was born in England and lives in Scotland, has been an opponent of the campaign to leave the EU. She took to social media late Thursday, tweeting, "I don’t think I’ve ever wanted magic more."

"Goodbye, UK," Rowling continued in another tweet.

Though the overall U.K. voting result favored to quit the 28-nation bloc, an overwhelmingly majority of Scots voted to remain in the EU. Scottish National Party (SNP) leader Nicola Sturgeon said Friday officials would plan for a "highly likely" vote on a new referendum on independence from the U.K.

Rowling said Prime Minister David Cameron's legacy "will be breaking up two unions," adding that "neither needed to happen." Cameron, who has championed keeping Britain in the EU, announced he would resign by October.

"I don't think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers the country to its next destination," Cameron said Friday.

Amid reports that Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will face calls for his resignation from party members after failing to persuade Labour voters to back the "Stay" campaign, one Twitter user noted "British politics is unraveling in a spectacular fashion."

Rowling responded "This is what happens when you try to fix a faulty watch with a hammer."

Rowling also compared Brexit supporters to "the cheating man shocked he can’t stay in the spare room for 2 years(sic) while he sorts himself out."

The author has been outspoken in her support for the "Remain" campaign. Last week she penned an essay on her blog about monsters and villains, equating them to the stories being spun by both sides of the issue.

"Ignorant of what it gives us, we take the benefits of EU membership for granted," she wrote. "In a few days' time, we'll have to decide which monsters we believe are real and which illusory. Everything is going to come down to whose story we like best, but at the moment we vote, we stop being readers and become authors. The ending of this story, whether happy or not, will be written by us."

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<![CDATA[‘Late Night’: Meyers and Leslie Jones Watch 'Game of Thrones']]> Fri, 24 Jun 2016 03:15:05 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/nbc_myr_hlt_s3e129_389_lesliejones_got_20160623_1200x675_711866435661.jpg Host Seth Meyers relishes in Leslie Jones’ reaction to watching “Game of Thrones.” When a dragon appears, you can count on Jones to chant “Hallelujah.”]]> <![CDATA[‘Late Night’: Democrats Staging Gun Control Sit-In]]> Fri, 24 Jun 2016 10:57:48 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/nbc_myr_hlt_s3e129_389_closerlook_20160623_1200x675_711864899737.jpg Host Seth Meyers ponders the world of Congress. House Democrats, after being fed up with gun control being stonewalled all the time, held a sit-in. The impromptu set up led to some tech-awkward moments like Sen. Elizabeth Warren blocking the video as it was live streamed through Periscope. Meyers also presents an important possibility, Speak Paul Ryan is a "vampire."]]> <![CDATA[‘Tonight': Will Forte and Jason Sudeikis Sing 'Can't Fight This Feeling']]> Fri, 24 Jun 2016 10:59:13 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/nbc_tjf_hlt_s3e163_495_cantfightthisfeeling_h264_20160623_1200x675_711860803742.jpg Will Forte and his "The Last Man on Earth" co-star Jason Sudeikis perform "Can't Fight This Feeling."]]> <![CDATA[‘Tonight': Candidate Tim Calhoun (Will Forte)]]> Fri, 24 Jun 2016 11:00:55 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/nbc_tjf_hlt_s3e163_495_timcalhoun_20160623_1200x675_711860803837.jpg Third party candidate Tim Calhoun stops by "The Tonight Show" to explain why he would make a good president. Will Forte reprises his "Saturday Night Live" character. ]]> <![CDATA['Tonight’: Tweets Recounting Getting Fired]]> Fri, 24 Jun 2016 03:03:23 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/nbc_tjf_hlt_s3e163_495_hashtags_20160623_1200x675_711863875666.jpg Host Jimmy Fallon reads his favorite tweets with the hashtag #HowIGotFired.]]> <![CDATA[Bluegrass Music Giant Ralph Stanley Dies at 89]]> Fri, 24 Jun 2016 11:15:12 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/STANLEY_GettyImages-173321350.jpg

Ralph Stanley, a patriarch of Appalachian music who with his brother Carter helped expand and popularize the genre that became known as bluegrass, has died. He was 89. 

Stanley died Thursday at his home in Sandy Ridge, Virginia, because of difficulties from skin cancer, publicist Kirt Webster said. 

Although he influenced generations of musicians throughout his long career, Stanley brought his old-time mountain music into a new century when he was featured in the soundtrack for the popular film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" in 2000, for which he won a Grammy. 

Stanley was born and raised in Big Spraddle, Virginia, a land of coal mines and deep forests where he and his brother formed the Stanley Brothers and their Clinch Mountain Boys in 1946. Their father would sing them old traditional songs like "Man of Constant Sorrow," while their mother, a banjo player, taught them the old-time clawhammer style, in which the player's fingers strike downward at the strings in a rhythmic style. 

Heavily influenced by Grand Ole Opry star Bill Monroe, the brothers fused Monroe's rapid rhythms with the mountain folk songs from groups such as the Carter Family, who hailed from this same rocky corner of Virginia. 

The Stanleys created a distinctive three-part harmony that combined the lead vocal of Carter with Ralph's tenor and an even higher part sung by bandmate Pee Wee Lambert. Carter's romantic songwriting professed a deep passion for the rural landscape, but also reflected on lonesomeness and personal losses. 

Songs like "The Lonesome River," uses the imagery of the water to evoke the loss of a lover, and "White Dove," describes the mourning and suffering after the death of a mother and father. In 1951, they popularized "Man of Constant Sorrow," which was also later recorded by Bob Dylan in the '60s. 

"Ralph Stanley was elemental. His voice was freshwater, wind, sky, and stone," said Kyle Young, CEO of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. "Dr. Ralph is revered by Bob Dylan, Robert Plant, Elvis Costello, Gillian Welch, Ricky Skaggs, and most anyone else equipped to handle the unfiltered truth." 

The brothers were swept into the burgeoning folk movement and they toured the country playing folk and bluegrass festivals during the '60s, including the Newport Folk Festival in 1959 and 1964. 

But when Carter died of liver disease in 1966, Ralph wasn't sure he could continue. His brother had been the main songwriter, lead singer and front man, and Ralph, by his own account, was withdrawn and shy, although he had overcome some of his early reticence. 

"Within weeks of his passing, I got phone calls and letters and telegrams and they all said don't quit. They said, 'We've always been behind you and Carter, but now we'll be behind you even more because we know you'll need us,'" Stanley told The Associated Press in 2006. 

After Carter's death, Ralph drew even deeper from his Appalachian roots, adopting the a cappella singing style of the Primitive Baptist church where he was raised. He reformed the Clinch Mountain Boys band to include Ray Cline, vocalist Larry Sparks and Melvin Goins. He would change the lineup of the band over the years, later including Jack Cooke, and mentored younger artists like Keith Whitley and Ricky Skaggs. 

"He carried the ancient sounds from God knows where," said Skaggs, who started playing with Stanley as a teenager. "Ralph found it in the music of the mountains, in the hollows, in the people and in the churches." 

Dylan and Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia praised his work and, in the case of Dylan, joined him for a remake of the Stanley Brothers' "Lonesome River" in 1997. 

He was given an honorary doctorate of music from Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, in 1976, and he was often introduced as "Dr. Ralph Stanley." He performed at the inaugurations of U.S. Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, was given a "Living Legends" medal from the Library of Congress and a National Medal of Arts presented by the National Endowment for the Arts and President George W. Bush. He became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2000. 

But at age 73, he was introduced to a new generation of fans in 2000 due to his chilling a cappella dirge "O Death" from the hit Coen Brothers' "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" movie soundtrack. The album was a runaway hit, topping the Billboard 200 chart, as well as the country albums and soundtrack charts, and sold millions of copies. 

He won a Grammy for best male country vocal performance in 2002 — beating out Tim McGraw, Ryan Adams, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Lyle Lovett — and was the focus of a successful tour and documentary inspired by the soundtrack. The soundtrack, produced by T Bone Burnett, also won a Grammy for album of the year. The following year he and Jim Lauderdale would win a Grammy for best bluegrass album for "Lost in the Lonesome Pines." 

"I call him the king of mountain soul," Lauderdale said. "He had that magical quality about him, that when you heard him, there's something about it that really touches you deeply. And he could make you want to cry, laugh or dance." 

He said in an interview with The Associated Press in 2002 that younger people were coming to see his shows and hear his "old time music," and was enjoying the belated recognition. 

"I wish it had come 25 years sooner," he said. "I am still enjoying it, but I would have had longer to enjoy it." 

Despite health problems, he continued to record and tour into his 80s, often performing with his son Ralph Stanley II on guitar and his grandson Nathan on mandolin. 

He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Jimmie Stanley. He had three children, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral arrangements were still pending.

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<![CDATA[Celebs Sign Billboard's Open Letter to Congress on Gun Control]]> Thu, 23 Jun 2016 15:27:30 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/Celebs+Support+House+Dems.jpg

Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Barbra Streisand and Billy Joel are among a long list of celebrities who have signed an open letter from Billboard magazine to Congress about stopping gun violence in America.

Billboard posted the letter along with over 200 signatures from musicians and executives, including Cher, Jennifer Lopez, Elvis Costello, Britney Spears, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Sting, on its website Thursday.

"We call on Congress to do more to prevent the gun violence that kills more than 90 Americans every day and injures hundreds more," Billboard wrote.

The magazine said its editors were horrified by the recent shooting in Orlando, Florida, and Christina Grimmie's death, and felt connected to both incidents because the "tragedies occurred where musicians and music fans gathered."

Billboard "and the undersigned" — which also included Alicia Keys, James Corden, Questlove, Selena Gomez, Stevie Nicks and Bob Weir — implored that Congress "close the deadly loopholes that put the lives of so many music fans, and all of us, at risk."

Billboard's letter comes amid a growing number of celebrities voicing support for House Democrats who stage a 25-hour sit-in over gun-control legislation.

Comedian Amy Schumer, who launched a "crusade on guns" last year with New York Sen. Charles Schumer, implored her 4.13 million followers to "demand action" for gun control by texting a hotline, while actress Debra Messing similarly suggested, "I just called my Rep to support sit in for gun control vote. Please call yours and let them know you support them!"

Kim Kardashian noted, "After Orlando, Congress hasn't done anything and now they’re going on vacation. I say #NoBillNoBreak."

The Associated Press contributed to this story.

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<![CDATA[Royal Family Photos: Kate at a Gala for Children's Hospices]]> Thu, 23 Jun 2016 11:36:58 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/KateDucthess.jpg A look throughout the years of Prince William, Prince George and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, alongside Queen Elizabeth II and other members of the royal family.

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<![CDATA[Baby Boom: Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley]]> Thu, 23 Jun 2016 10:56:38 -0400 http://media.nbcconnecticut.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-455569764-cropped.jpg See which celebrities are gearing up for parenthood in 2016.

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