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‘America’s Got Talent’: 10-Year-Old Opera Diva Emanne Beasha Reveals Her Love for BTS (Exclusive) – Entertainment Tonight

August 27th, 2019

‘America’s Got Talent’: 10-Year-Old Opera Diva Emanne Beasha Reveals Her Love for BTS (Exclusive) | Entertainment Tonight

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‘Shark Tank’ Star Kevin O’Leary Admits Involvement in Fatal Boat Crash – TMZ

August 27th, 2019

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Apple’s AirPods fail to earn Consumer Reports recommendation, beaten by Samsung’s Galaxy Buds – AppleInsider

August 27th, 2019

Super Mario Maker 2 Player Creates Impressive Avengers: Endgame Level – Comicbook.com

August 27th, 2019

Change Your Fate In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Next Spirit Board Event – Nintendo Life

August 27th, 2019

‘America’s Got Talent’: Magicians Eric Chien, Dom Chambers go head-to-head for semifinal spot – USA TODAY

August 27th, 2019
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Stand-up comedian Ryan Niemiller broke Simon Cowell’s mean streak on “America’s Got Talent.” Niemiller had the judges laughing with his jokes. USA TODAY

Magic is in the air at “America’s Got Talent.”

Tuesday’s episode marked the last of the quarterfinal rounds. Twelve acts are battling it out for the last seven spots in the semifinals, which start next week. 

That means contestants must once again up the ante to advance and bring “nothing less than the best performance of their life,” host Terry Crews said. No pressure. 

Magician Dom Chambers has an added challenge: He’s going head-to-head with fellow magician Eric Chien, who Chambers called “one of the best close-up magicians in the world.”

“To say things have been stressful is an understatement,” he added. 

Last week on ‘America’s Got Talent’:Comedian Ryan Niemiller snaps Simon Cowell’s brutal mean streak

To give himself a leg up in the competition, Chambers got a helping hand from himself – 13 digital Chamberses to be exact – for an epic trick that left the judges’ mouths on the floor.

Each digital version of Chambers held up a photo of a former “AGT” contestant and the magician asked everyone to point at one. After listing a series of directions for everyone to follow, Chambers was able to predict which contestant everyone ended up on: Tape Face. 

Then, magically, Tape Face appeared out of thin air.

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“There are no words to describe how wonderful I believe you did. You used technology and fun and comedy and the audience at home,” Howie Mandel said. Simon Cowell added, “It was genius. I mean, your best performance by miles.”

Next up was Chien, who ditched his traditional card magic for a sweet close-up trick with M&Ms and Rubik’s Cubes. His act was simple, in comparison to Chambers’, but equally effective to some judges. 

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“You raised the level of this entire competition and you put everyone on notice again,” Gabrielle Union said. Mandel added that there’s room in the competition for both him and Chambers. 

However, Cowell begs to differ. He said, “I think Dom was actually better than you on the night. I genuinely do. … I’m getting a little bit bored of the close-up magic.”

Thankfully, the fate of the contestants is not in the judges’ hands. It’s up to viewers.

Fans can vote up to 10 times for each act on NBC.com/AGTvote or through the “America’s Got Talent” app. The acts advancing to the semifinals will be revealed during Wednesday’s results show (NBC, 8 EDT/PDT).

Which magician will make it through? Could both? 

Tuesday’s field also included two golden buzzer winners – Detroit Youth Choir and opera singer Emanne Beasha – along with comedian Jackie Fabulous, singer Benicio Bryant, beat-boxing group Berywam, tambourinist Gonzo, dog act Lukas & Falco, singer MacKenzie, guitarist Marcin Patrzalek and wildcard aerialist Matthew Richardson, who returned after being eliminated during Judge Cuts.

Last week’s results on ‘America’s Got Talent’: Which 7 acts made it to the semifinals? Who was eliminated?

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Apple is already beta testing iOS 13.1 – Engadget

August 27th, 2019

Katie Holmes Avoids Wardrobe Malfunction As Sweater Slides Off Her Shoulder To Reveal Bra – Hollywood Life

August 27th, 2019

Katie Holmes had a bit of a mishap when she stepped out looking casually cool in New York City while wearing a baggy sweater that slid down her shoulder and revealed her matching bra underneath.

All eyes were on Katie Holmes, 40, when she walked the streets of New York City on Aug. 27 and almost had a full on wardrobe malfunction! The actress was getting lunch with her daughter Suri Cruise, 13, when she showed off a baggy beige cardigan that at one point fell off to one side of her shoulder revealing her matching bra underneath it. The brunette beauty didn’t seem too bothered by the moment as she smiled while walking with one hand on her waist and looking stylish as she paired the top with jeans and black open-toe sandals. She also had her hair tied back in a ponytail and wore sunglasses to keep out the sun.

Before her latest public outing that revealed more skin than she intended, Katie was out and about with Suri over a week ago on Aug. 19. She looked equally as great in a gray T-shirt and jeans while Suri gave off summer vibes in a white sleeveless button-down shirt with colorful floral designs and a long light pink skirt. They got attention not just for their outfits, though, they also got it because it was one of the first appearances Katie made since the announcement of her split from longtime boyfriend Jamie Foxx, 51.

The lovebirds reportedly split back in May but the news didn’t come to the surface until Jamie was seen holding hands with singer Sela Vave while leaving Bootsy Bellows nighclub in West Hollywood on Aug. 17. He quickly denied romancing Sela and insisted he’s just trying to help her with her music career in a livestream after the news made headlines.

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Still, things seemed amiss between Jamie and Katie since Feb. when the actor told a crowd he was “single” at an Oscars after-party. Although neither Jamie or Katie have spoken out about the split, from the looks of their latest outings, it definitely seems they are both happily moving on and putting it behind them.

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Army reservist fired over alleged links to neo-Nazi group – CBC News

August 27th, 2019

An army reservist whose alleged links to a neo-Nazi group led to a raid on his rural Manitoba home last week has been fired, according to the Department of National Defence.

Master Cpl. Patrik Mathews, a member of the Winnipeg-based 38 Canadian Brigade Group, “will no longer be a participant in military activities in any form, and will not be returning to work,” a military spokesperson wrote in an email to CBC News.

“This action was deemed necessary, considering the seriousness of the allegations and the risk to unit morale and cohesion.”

The military and RCMP are investigating his alleged ties to The Base, an organization that promotes hate, for which he is alleged to have recruited. 

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West Nile virus found in Manchester while southern towns on alert for EEE – WMUR Manchester

August 27th, 2019

The threat of mosquito-borne illnesses is increasing in New Hampshire, with West Nile virus detected for the first time this season in Manchester and the risk level for Eastern equine encephalitis rising in Salem.New Hampshire health officials confirmed Tuesday that West Nile virus had been found in the state for the first time this season in a batch of mosquitoes in Manchester. The virus can cause flu-like symptoms, though many people who get infected might experience no symptoms or mild symptoms.A small number of people can develop much more serious conditions, including meningitis or encephalitis. West Nile virus has not been found this season in a person in New Hampshire.In Salem, health officials have raised an alert after a horse died of EEE over the Massachusetts border in Methuen. The town has been spraying for mosquitoes in high-risk areas since June, and residents said they’re taking precautions.Health officials said this is the time of year that mosquito-borne illnesses are typically detected.”She likes to play outside, so I just have to be more cautious of what time we bring her inside now,” Salem parent Sarah Soristo said.”We just sprayed ourselves with Off all over,” said Methuen resident Linda Luccisano. “Usually we don’t, but now, with this concern about the EEE, we have to.”EEE can also cause encephalitis and can be fatal. A Massachusetts woman died of the illness this month.After the virus was found in Methuen, the towns of Salem, Pelham and Atkinson were notified. No coordinated effort is planned, but the communities are on alert.”We just advise all of our residents and visitors to just take the necessary precautions to limit exposure, as we would do for anything,” Salem Assistant Fire Chief Jeffrey Emanuelson said.Salem officials said they aren’t doing additional spraying because of the Methuen case, but the town contracts with a company to spray regularly for mosquitoes throughout the season near fields, parks and lakes.”It’s been an ongoing policy of the community for many years,” Emanuelson said.EEE has been found in mosquito batches in Manchester and Pelham but not in humans. New Hampshire health officials said 11 people and six animals have been tested, but none were positive for EEE or West Nile.”I’m careful,” Luccisano said. “I mean, it’s dry right now. Mosquitoes usually come around where there’s water and stuff. I’m not going to stop living, put it that way.”Salem school sports teams end their practices by 6 p.m., but school officials said marching band practice will end an hour early at 7 p.m.

The threat of mosquito-borne illnesses is increasing in New Hampshire, with West Nile virus detected for the first time this season in Manchester and the risk level for Eastern equine encephalitis rising in Salem.

New Hampshire health officials confirmed Tuesday that West Nile virus had been found in the state for the first time this season in a batch of mosquitoes in Manchester. The virus can cause flu-like symptoms, though many people who get infected might experience no symptoms or mild symptoms.

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A small number of people can develop much more serious conditions, including meningitis or encephalitis. West Nile virus has not been found this season in a person in New Hampshire.

In Salem, health officials have raised an alert after a horse died of EEE over the Massachusetts border in Methuen. The town has been spraying for mosquitoes in high-risk areas since June, and residents said they’re taking precautions.

Health officials said this is the time of year that mosquito-borne illnesses are typically detected.

“She likes to play outside, so I just have to be more cautious of what time we bring her inside now,” Salem parent Sarah Soristo said.

“We just sprayed ourselves with Off all over,” said Methuen resident Linda Luccisano. “Usually we don’t, but now, with this concern about the EEE, we have to.”

EEE can also cause encephalitis and can be fatal. A Massachusetts woman died of the illness this month.

After the virus was found in Methuen, the towns of Salem, Pelham and Atkinson were notified. No coordinated effort is planned, but the communities are on alert.

“We just advise all of our residents and visitors to just take the necessary precautions to limit exposure, as we would do for anything,” Salem Assistant Fire Chief Jeffrey Emanuelson said.

Salem officials said they aren’t doing additional spraying because of the Methuen case, but the town contracts with a company to spray regularly for mosquitoes throughout the season near fields, parks and lakes.

“It’s been an ongoing policy of the community for many years,” Emanuelson said.

EEE has been found in mosquito batches in Manchester and Pelham but not in humans. New Hampshire health officials said 11 people and six animals have been tested, but none were positive for EEE or West Nile.

“I’m careful,” Luccisano said. “I mean, it’s dry right now. Mosquitoes usually come around where there’s water and stuff. I’m not going to stop living, put it that way.”

Salem school sports teams end their practices by 6 p.m., but school officials said marching band practice will end an hour early at 7 p.m.

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