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Entertainment: Humphreys, Richie, Springer

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This week saw a lavish wedding and some sad goodbyes. Photo / Getty Images

Welcome to The Entertainment Edit, the weekly digest that keeps you up to date with the week’s latest, worst, and best entertainment stories.

This week’s entertainment news has been painted over with a dark brush. We said goodbye to acclaimed Australian comedian Barry Humphries and former UK Dance host, Len Goodman. Both were a huge loss to the world of laughter and entertainment and one we felt deep in our hearts.

But like everything in entertainment, nothing stays sad for long, and it only took a while for the world to shed light on why we fell in love with these two characters. Humphreys’ stories are filled with sweeping jokes as well as tribute influences.

Elsewhere in the week, That ’70s Show star Danny Masterson appeared in court accused of drugging and raping women. While on a less serious but still malicious note, Matthew Perry apologized for the nasty comments he made about Keanu Reeves in his memoir. And fans of Taylor Swift are starting to assume that her ex-husband, Joe Alwyn, may have cheated on her.

Here’s what you missed this week:

Married to Sofia Richie

Sofia Richie and Elliot Gering tied the knot in a lavish wedding in France. Photo / Instagram

Her luxurious French wedding has since sparked a massive internet crush on Lionel Richie’s daughter, and with good reason.

The singer’s daughter, 24, married her partner of two years, 30-year-old music manager Elliott Gering, over the weekend surrounded by notable friends and family.

After posting snippets of the special day on Instagram, the model donned three jaw-dropping custom Chanel dresses, and enjoyed a sumptuous wedding breakfast and an enviable guest list to match at the swanky wedding venue, l Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on the Côte d’Azur. You will find all the details here.

Miley debuted her new natural look

Miley Cyrus has the best of both words with her new number. Photo / Getty Images

Miley Cyrus is no stranger to changing up her hairstyle, so this week’s look wasn’t entirely unexpected.

While the beloved pop star has mostly sported platinum blonde locks for the past decade, she seems to be taking things back to her roots — literally.

While attending the Daily Front Row’s 7th Annual Los Angeles Fashion Awards, Cyrus hit the stage and fans couldn’t help but notice her new natural look of lush brunette locks with hints of blonde. In recent years, she’s sported a platinum blonde top coat over a dark brown coat, a blonde “modern mullet,” blunt bangs and long, natural waves, and stunned fans in 2019 when she donned a look similar to her Disney look. Hannah Montana character.

Ed Sheeran on trial

Ed Sheeran enters Manhattan Federal Courthouse, Tuesday, April 25, 2023, in New York. photo/AP

Ed Sheeran appeared in court this week to deny claims that his hit song Thinking Out Loud is a version of Marvin Gaye’s classic Let’s Get It On.

In response to video footage in the courtroom that showed the musician jumping on stage between the two songs, Sheeran said that “it’s easy to get in and out of songs that are in the same key”.

Sheeran, who is accused of copying the songs, said, “I would be stupid if I could stand on stage in front of 20,000 people and do it.”

John Stamos’ brutal confession to the Olsen twins

Ashley Olsen and John Stamos in Full House. The attached photo

John Stamos brutally revealed this week that he fired Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen from ’90s sitcom Full House because he “couldn’t handle them” during a scene with co-star Dave Coulier. It was an act said by the star that quickly backfired.

The twins were jointly cast as Michelle Tanner on the sitcom when they were just 9 months old, and their 59-year-old former co-star recalled how he struggled working with the kids in the show’s pilot because they kept “screaming.” with the insistence on replacing it.

Jerry Springer passed away

Jerry Springer, the talk show host whose TV show of the same name unleashed strippers, construction workers and skinheads on weekday afternoons, has died. He was 79 years old. photo / PA

Jerry Springer passed away today at the age of 79 after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer.

The namesake mayor and news anchor of his TV show of the same name will present a three-episode circus of deranged guests willing to take it all – sometimes literally – in memory of his famous and legendary life.

At its peak, The Jerry Springer Show was a ratings force and cultural pariah in the United States. He became known for throwing chairs and outspoken arguments and was the delight of many Americans over the course of 27 years, at one point headlining The Oprah Winfrey Show.

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