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"It just really made my heart
drop to my feet," Holliday said. "How could I have this much hate spewing at me, and I haven't even done anything? I guess it's not like those old days when political views were your own and you had freedom of speech. ... We live in a different time now and a decision to go and do something for America is not so clear-cut anymore."
ASTANA, March 21 (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's parliamentary election on Sunday fell short of its own
for democratic elections, observers from the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe said on Monday.
"It is clear that Kazakhstan
still has a long way to go towards fulfilling its election commitments, although some progress was noted," Marietta Tidei, OSCE Special Co-ordinator for the election observation, told reporters. (Reporting by Raushan Nurshayeva; Writing by Olzhas Auyezov; editing by Katya Golubkova)
FILE - In this May 1, 2016 file photo, Molly Ringwald attends The 2016 Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Achievement Off-Broadway in New York. Ringwald will return to a New York stage in an adaptation of the 1980s film, ¿Terms of Endearment.¿ Performances begin Oct. 29. (Photo by Christopher Smith/Invision/AP, File)
Ringwald, who starred in the
films "Pretty in Pink" and "Sixteen Candles," is no stranger to the stage, having been on Broadway in "Cabaret" and "Enchanted April." Off-Broadway, she has been in "Modern Orthodox," ''How I
to Drive" and "Tick, Tick ..
Holliday, best known for her Tony-winning role in "Dreamgirls" on Broadway, faced an immediate and angry backlash to her decision from critics urging a boycott of her music, calling her an "Uncle Tom," saying her career was over and even suggesting she take her own life.
Holliday, who supported Hillary Clinton in the election, cast her decision to participate not as a political statement but as a way to welcome the American people to an event that should be about unifying the country. She said she has sung for both Republican and Democratic presidents, and that may be why Trump's team reached out to her, joking that they couldn't get an "A-lister, so they went to the bottom of the list."
Singer Paul Anka, meanwhile, told TMZ he'd been in talks with the Trump team about singing "My Way" for the new president at an inaugural ball, with lyrics tailored to Trump, but that he had to scrap the plan because of family commitments. Anka, 75, said "My Way" was Trump's favorite song.
PARIS, May 24 (Reuters) - It was a heart-tugging moment: As Francesca Schiavone went down to defeat in the first round of the French Open, the tournament organisers announced she was retiring, and the crowd had seen her last Roland Garros campaign.
But nine candidates have been
nominated to stand against Ms Brabin, a former Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Eastenders actress, who was selected by Labour as their candidate in the West Yorkshire constituency last week.
"I hope to just kind of make
everyone forget about rivals and politics for a second and just think about America and the pretty song that I'm singing," Evancho said in an interview to air Sunday on "CBS This Morning."
Roland Garros's Twitter feed had carried the announcement. The tweet was quickly deleted, but several reporters took theinformation into the news conference room after Schiavone's 6-2 6-4 loss to Kristina Mladenovic .
The Tories, Lib Dems and Ukip stood by their pledge not to field candidates in next month's by-election out of respect for Mrs Cox, who was shot and stabbed to death outside her constituency office in Birstall in June.
Schiavone lifted the Suzanne Lenglen Cup at the 2010 French Open and was runner-up in 2011. She turns 36 next month, an age when tennis players start hanging up their racquets. But Schiavone would prefer not to be hurried along.
"When I finished, everybody stood up. I say, I don't know if it's respect, I love, I appreciate this situation. But I think that everybody thought this because Roland Garros announced it. It was not the last one for me."
Prior to that concert, a separate "Voices of the People" program at the Lincoln Memorial will feature groups from around the country that applied to take part in the inauguration, such as high school bands, Cub Scouts, local choirs and pipe and drum groups.
Independent Garry Kitchin has said he is standing because he believes "basic democratic principles mean that, in every constituency, people have the right to a full range of candidates to choose from when they select their MP".
The celebrity wattage for Trump's inaugural festivities doesn't rival that of Barack Obama's inaugurations, which attracted top names including Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Alicia Keys, Kelly Clarkson, Eva Longoria and Jennifer Hudson, among others. But Trump has insisted that's how he wants it, saying the swearing-in festivities should be about the people not the elites.
Workers install handrails for the bench seating along Pennsylvania Ave. in front of the White House in Washington, Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, as preparations continue for next week's Inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
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