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WATCH: Miley Cyrus gives emotional performance of 'Malibu' at Billboard Music Awards

Miley Cyrus stepped on the Billboard Music Awards stage with a brand new look and a brand new attitude.

Or perhaps, she was just back to her old self.

>> PHOTOS: 2017 Billboard Music Awards show

Whatever it was, the audience gathered in Las Vegas ate it up, as she performed her new single “Malibu.”

>> PHOTOS: 2017 Billboard Music Awards red carpet

“She’s not just my sister, but the singer I love to listen to the most,” Cyrus' sister, Noah, said while introducing her.

>> 2017 Billboard Music Awards: Céline Dion gives 'Titanic' performance

“What the hell – I thought I was?” their father, Billy Ray Cyrus, replied. “Miley is always speaking the truth and being herself, and we are just so proud of her.”

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“And she’s the happiest she has ever been,” Noah Cyrus added. “You can hear it in her new single, and she’s bring Malibu to Las Vegas – and for the first time in years with pants on!”

And with that, Miley sang her new single with a country swagger – and ended the song no longer being able to hold back the emotion of the moment.

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“Thank you, everyone,” she said through tears as the crowd erupted in applause. “Thank you.”

'SNL' season finale touts The Rock for president, features Trump's take on 'Hallelujah'

President Donald Trump will have one less thing to tweet about – at least for the next few months.

Saturday Night Live's 42nd season came to a close this weekend in a star-studded finale featuring five-time host Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and musical guest Katy Perry, as well as cameos by Tom Hanks and Scarlett Johansson. 

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The episode kicked off with its Trump team – including Alec Baldwin as the president and Johansson as first daughter Ivanka Trump – singing Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." The sketch was a reprise of the show's post-election cold open, which featured McKinnon, playing defeated Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, performing the same song.

"I'm not giving up because I did nothing wrong, but I can't speak for these people," Baldwin's Trump told the audience.

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But the political talk didn't end there. During his monologue, Johnson jokingly announced that he will run for president in 2020 with Hanks as his running mate. 

"In the past, I never would have considered running for president," Johnson said. "I didn't think I was qualified at all, but now, I'm actually worried that I'm too qualified."

Hanks added, "Well, the truth is, America needs us. No one can seem to agree on anything anymore, except two things."

"Pizza and us," Johnson quipped.

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Later in the show, Hanks appeared in another callback as the wildly popular (and bizarre) David S. Pumpkins – with a twist. The character, renamed David S. Pimpkins, was one of several guest stars in a rap video with an overabundance of featured artists.

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The season finale also marked the last SNL episode for cast members Bobby Moynihan, who will star in CBS's "Me, Myself & I," and Vanessa Bayer, who shared the news that she was leaving the show in an Instagram post Saturday.

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>> Click here to watch Bayer as meteorologist Dawn Lazarus (WARNING: Profanity)

Harry Styles, James Corden perform ‘Carpool Karaoke’

Former One Direction singer Harry Styles and “The Late Late Show” host James Corden hit the road for “Carpool Karaoke” to sing a few songs, according to the Hollywood Reporter

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Styles and Corden began with the solo star's first single, "Sign of the Times." 

"I went somewhere else emotionally," Corden said. "You weren't here in the car."

Styles confessed that the ballad “makes me cry — in a cool way."

At one point during the ride, the two men swapped clothes. Styles wore Corden’s navy polo shirt like “an international rock star,” while Corden wore Styles’ bright shirt, looking like he was “going to a barbecue,” according to the Hollywood Reporter. 

Styles and Corden also sang Outkast's "Hey Ya" and "Endless Love" by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross. 

They also pulled over the car to talk about films, then re-enacted scenes from “Notting Hill” and “Titanic.” Styles took on the female lead roles, telling Corden that he wanted him “to draw me like one of your French girls,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.

John Cygan, best known for his role on 'The Commish,' dead at 63

Actor John Cygan died Saturday in his home in California after a long battle with cancer. He was 63.

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According to the New York Daily News, the New York City native played Paulie Pentangeli on the ABC cop show “The Commish,” which ran from 1991 to 1996. The series also starred Michael Chiklis, one of Cygan’s closest friends.

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“John Cygan, one of my closest friends in this world has passed away,” Chiklis wrote on Twitter. “Impossible to adequately describe the magnitude of his loss to my family and I.”

The younger generation likely knows Cygan’s voice even if they don’t recognize him. His work as a voice actor included roles in movies such as “Cars,” “WALL-E” and “Inside Out.” His voice is also featured in video games such as “Halo” and “Grand Theft Auto V.”

His earlier acting days also included a brief stint on Bob Newhart’s “Bob,” the CBS sitcom in which Cygan played the head of Ace Comics.

Cygan is survived by his wife, Cathy, and children, Jack and Annie.

'Roseanne' show revival coming to television

“Roseanne” is making a comeback.

According to E! News, ABC has officially announced that the series was just given orders for a revival.

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We’re rebooting ‘Roseanne,’” ABC network president Channing Dungey confirmed Tuesday. “It is planned for the mid-season. We’re still at the early stages.” Per the network’s press release, the eight-episode revival will find the Connors continuing to deal with “the economic challenges of living paycheck to paycheck in 2018.”

Rumors of a revival were reported weeks ago and reportedly sparked the interest of several networks and Netflix, but the Conners’ home network ended up with the rights.

Original stars Roseanne Barr, John Goodman and Sara Gilbert are all reportedly signed on to return. Goodman’s character, Dan, died, so it’s unclear how he will proceed with the show. Barr and Gilbert will be serving as executive producers on the series alongside producers Tom Werner and Bruce Helford, as well as comedian Whitney Cummings.

The original series aired from 1988 to 1997 for nine seasons. It is described as one of the most realistic portrayals of a blue collar family in America.

“The Conners’ joys and struggles are as relevant -- and hilarious -- today as they were then, and there’s really no one better to comment on our modern America than Roseanne,” Dungey said in a statement.

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Miss USA says affordable health care is a 'privilege,' not a right

The reign of the newly crowned Miss USA is off to a rocky start.

Even before Kara McCullough, Miss District of Columbia, was announced the winner, social media was in a frenzy over her responses during the Q&A segment of the broadcast.

McCullough, a 25-year-old physical scientist at the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, was asked whether affordable health care for all U.S. citizens is a right or a privilege.

>> Photos: Miss District of Columbia Kara McCullough wins Miss USA 2017

“I’m definitely going to say it’s a privilege,” she said. “As a government employee, I am granted health care, and I see firsthand that for one to have health care, you have to have jobs.”

McCullough also set fingers a-tweeting when she said she did not consider herself a feminist.

McCullough, a woman of color, said she was worried about how audiences would view her natural hair in a sea of straight and teased pageant locks.

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“When I chose to wear my hair curly, I was afraid. I didn’t know how people were going to accept it, if anyone was going to be receptive to it at all, but I felt like a Grecian goddess on stage!” she told Refinery 29.

But it was her viewpoints that ended up as the topic of debate rather than her hairstyle:

McCullough is a 2013 graduate of South Carolina State University, a historically black college in Orangeburg, South Carolina.

She follows the reign of Deshauna Barber, the former Miss USA who also hailed from D.C.

The organization, once owned by President Donald Trump, was sold in 2015 to talent agency and entertainment company WME/IMG.

'Morning Joe' hosts: Kellyanne Conway said she needed to take shower after defending Trump

"Morning Joe" hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski made some controversial claims Monday about the off-air behavior of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway during President Donald Trump's campaign.

While they admittedly aren’t Conway’s biggest fans, they suggested in their criticism that Conway, who was a member of Trump’s campaign team and later became campaign manager, secretly has a distaste for Trump.

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Brzezinski made the following claims about Conway’s off-air attitude:

"This is a woman, by the way, who came on our show during the campaign and would shill for Trump in extensive fashion, and then she would get off the air, the camera would be turned off, the microphone would be taken off, and she would say, ‘Blech, I need to take a shower’ because she disliked her candidate so much," Brzezinski said.

Scarborough added: "I don't know that she ever said, 'I'm doing this for the money,' but, 'This is just my summer vacation, my summer in Europe' and basically, 'I'm gonna get through this.'"

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15-year-old 'Shark Tank' entrepreneur signs deal with the NBA

A 15-year-old boy has signed a contract with the NBA, but his talents aren’t being used on the basketball court.

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Moziah “Mo” Bridges reached a deal that allows his Memphis, Tennessee-based company, Mo’s Bows, to sell NBA licensed neck and bow ties.

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“My goal has always been to make Mo’s Bows a household name for kid entrepreneurship and men's accessories,” Mo told Forbes when discussing the deal. “Partnerships like this one will help me reach my goals of having a full clothing line by the time I graduate from college. It feels really good to know a major company like the NBA believes in me and my vision to shake up the world through fashion.”

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When Mo was 12, he appeared on the television show “Shark Tank.” Daymond John invested into Mo’s business, and it has exploded in popularity since then. To view the NBA collection, visit the Mo’s Bows website.

Former Paramount Pictures CEO Brad Grey dies at 59

Television and film producer Brad Gray, who served more than a decade as chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures, has died, family members said Monday in a statement. He was 59 years old.

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Relatives said Grey died Sunday of cancer at his home in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.

He is survived by his wife, Cassandra Grey, and four children.

'Little People, Big World' stars Zach, Tori Roloff welcome baby boy

Welcome to the world, Jackson!

On Sunday night, “Little People, Big World” stars Zach and Tori Roloff shared the news that their firstborn son had made his debut in the world on Friday.

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Tori Roloff shared the adorable first family photo on her Instagram page with his birth status, writing, “Jackson Kyle Roloff. Born May 12th at 8:00am 9 LBS 1 OZ 20 1/2 inches long.”

She added, “Mom and Dad are so in love with you already."

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The new parents are all smiles in the photo as baby Jackson sleeps peacefully in his mother’s arms.

Zach shared the same photo on his Instagram page with the caption, “#zandtpartyofthree Jackson Kyle Roloff. Born May 12th at 8:00am 9LBS 1oz 20.5 inches long. #storyofzachandtori #weekendidos #nofilter love him."

Zach and Tori aren’t the only Roloff kids expecting a baby this year. Zach’s twin brother, Jeremy Roloff, and his wife, Audrey, are also expecting. In April, the couple announced they are having a baby girl.

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