Eva Solo

17 Dec 18
Ama A Tu Conyuge

MANTENIENDO LA MISERIA FUERA DEL MATRIMONIO (Part 5) Una de la necesidades principales en la vida del humano es la de sentirse importante. La definición de “importancia” significa, de gran relevancia o VALOR. Tu conyuje necesita  sentirse  ¡importante! Earl Wilson dijo, “Si tu crees que a nadie le importa que estes vivo, trata de no […]

17 Dec 18
Santa Cruz Sentinel
TV picks for Monday, Dec. 17 WATCH THIS: [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”5619652″]“The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC): It has all come down to this: Tonight, the final four contestants — Kennedy Holmes, Kirk Jay, Chris Kroeze and Chevel Shepherd — perform live  in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Each finalist will do three numbers — a new solo cover, a special duet with their coach, and their first original single. Then on Tuesday, a winner will be crowned. (Vote in our poll: Who has the lead going into the final week?). “The Neighborhood” (8 p.m., CBS): Tina gets carried away when she tries to help Gemma ace her first fundraiser as school principal. Also, Dave aids Calvin in his efforts to win a special silent-auction prize for his mom. “Holiday Baking Championship” (9 p.m., Food Network): It’s finale night. Three bakers remain in the competition, and in the pre-heat, they have to create a beautiful edible holiday ornament display. For the final main heat, the bakers channel holiday gift shopping by creating a cake that is decorated like a gift on the outside and reveals a surprise inside when sliced. For one talented baker, the ultimate gift will be $25,000 and the title of Holiday Baking Champion. “Christmas With the Mormon Tabernacle Choir” (9 p.m., PBS): This holiday special returns for its 15th year.  Tony Award winner Sutton Foster is the musical guest artist and Hugh Bonneville (“Downton Abbey”) reads the Christmas story from the Book of Luke. “Fail State” (9 p.m., Starz): Executive produced by Dan Rather, this documentary investigates the dark side of American higher education, chronicling the decades of policy decisions in Washington, D.C. that have given rise to a powerful and highly-predatory for-profit college industry. With echoes of the subprime mortgage crisis, the film lays bare how for-profit colleges exploit millions of low-income and minority students, leaving them with worthless degrees and drowning in student loan debt. “The Year in Memoriam 2018,” (10 p.m., ABC): “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts hosts this special that pays tribute to the legendary stars and icons we lost this year and the legacies they left behind. The show celebrates the lives of beloved stars through stories shared by those closest to them. “America’s Got Talent: A Holiday of Champions” (10 p.m., NBC): Host Terry Crews, takes viewers on a festive journey celebrating a variety of previous “AGT” contestants, including magicians, singers, danger acts and more. The special also features Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel. STREAM THIS: “Eva Shockey’s Outdoor 101” (Facebook Watch): In this new six-episode series, outdoors enthusiast Eva Shockey invites us along for the ride as she, her husband and young child travel throughout her adopted home state of North Carolina, giving us one-of-a-kind scoops to better the experience. Also on Monday: “Monday Night Football,” Saints at Panthers (5:15 p.m. PT, ESPN) NBA basketball, Grizzlies at Warriors (7:30 p.m., NBCSBA and NBA TV) “The Great Christmas Light Fight” (8 p.m., ABC) “Antiques Roadshow” (8 p.m., PBS) “The First 48” (8 p.m., A&E) “WWE Monday Night Raw” (8 p.m., USA) “Love & Hip Hop” (8 p.m., VH1) “Happy Together” (8:30 p.m., CBS) “Vanderpump Rules” (9 p.m., Bravo) “Street Outlaws: Memphis” (9 p.m., Discovery) “Who Do You ThinkYou Are?” (9 p.m., TLC) “The Santa Claus 2,” 2002 movie (9:30 p.m., AMC) “Independent Lens” (10 p.m., PBS) “Busy Tonight” (10 p.m., E!) “Christmas Cookie Challenge” (10 p.m., Food Network)
17 Dec 18
The Mercury News
TV picks for Monday, Dec. 17 WATCH THIS: [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”5619652″]”The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC): It has all come down to this: Tonight, the final four contestants — Kennedy Holmes, Kirk Jay, Chris Kroeze and Chevel Shepherd — perform live  in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Each finalist will do three numbers — a new solo cover, a special duet with their coach, and their first original single. Then on Tuesday, a winner will be crowned. (Vote in our poll: Who has the lead going into the final week?). “The Neighborhood” (8 p.m., CBS): Tina gets carried away when she tries to help Gemma ace her first fundraiser as school principal. Also, Dave aids Calvin in his efforts to win a special silent-auction prize for his mom. “Holiday Baking Championship” (9 p.m., Food Network): It’s finale night. Three bakers remain in the competition, and in the pre-heat, they have to create a beautiful edible holiday ornament display. For the final main heat, the bakers channel holiday gift shopping by creating a cake that is decorated like a gift on the outside and reveals a surprise inside when sliced. For one talented baker, the ultimate gift will be $25,000 and the title of Holiday Baking Champion. “Christmas With the Mormon Tabernacle Choir” (9 p.m., PBS): This holiday special returns for its 15th year.  Tony Award winner Sutton Foster is the musical guest artist and Hugh Bonneville (“Downton Abbey”) reads the Christmas story from the Book of Luke. “Fail State” (9 p.m., Starz): Executive produced by Dan Rather, this documentary investigates the dark side of American higher education, chronicling the decades of policy decisions in Washington, D.C. that have given rise to a powerful and highly-predatory for-profit college industry. With echoes of the subprime mortgage crisis, the film lays bare how for-profit colleges exploit millions of low-income and minority students, leaving them with worthless degrees and drowning in student loan debt. “The Year in Memoriam 2018,” (10 p.m., ABC): “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts hosts this special that pays tribute to the legendary stars and icons we lost this year and the legacies they left behind. The show celebrates the lives of beloved stars through stories shared by those closest to them. “America’s Got Talent: A Holiday of Champions” (10 p.m., NBC): Host Terry Crews, takes viewers on a festive journey celebrating a variety of previous “AGT” contestants, including magicians, singers, danger acts and more. The special also features Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel. STREAM THIS: “Eva Shockey’s Outdoor 101” (Facebook Watch): In this new six-episode series, outdoors enthusiast Eva Shockey invites us along for the ride as she, her husband and young child travel throughout her adopted home state of North Carolina, giving us one-of-a-kind scoops to better the experience. Also on Monday: “Monday Night Football,” Saints at Panthers (5:15 p.m. PT, ESPN) NBA basketball, Grizzlies at Warriors (7:30 p.m., NBCSBA and NBA TV) “The Great Christmas Light Fight” (8 p.m., ABC) “Antiques Roadshow” (8 p.m., PBS) “The First 48” (8 p.m., A&E) “WWE Monday Night Raw” (8 p.m., USA) “Love & Hip Hop” (8 p.m., VH1) “Happy Together” (8:30 p.m., CBS) “Vanderpump Rules” (9 p.m., Bravo) “Street Outlaws: Memphis” (9 p.m., Discovery) “Who Do You ThinkYou Are?” (9 p.m., TLC) “The Santa Claus 2,” 2002 movie (9:30 p.m., AMC) “Independent Lens” (10 p.m., PBS) “Busy Tonight” (10 p.m., E!) “Christmas Cookie Challenge” (10 p.m., Food Network)
17 Dec 18
East Bay Times
TV picks for Monday, Dec. 17 WATCH THIS: [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”5619652″]“The Voice” (8 p.m., NBC): It has all come down to this: Tonight, the final four contestants — Kennedy Holmes, Kirk Jay, Chris Kroeze and Chevel Shepherd — perform live  in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. Each finalist will do three numbers — a new solo cover, a special duet with their coach, and their first original single. Then on Tuesday, a winner will be crowned. (Vote in our poll: Who has the lead going into the final week?). “The Neighborhood” (8 p.m., CBS): Tina gets carried away when she tries to help Gemma ace her first fundraiser as school principal. Also, Dave aids Calvin in his efforts to win a special silent-auction prize for his mom. “Holiday Baking Championship” (9 p.m., Food Network): It’s finale night. Three bakers remain in the competition, and in the pre-heat, they have to create a beautiful edible holiday ornament display. For the final main heat, the bakers channel holiday gift shopping by creating a cake that is decorated like a gift on the outside and reveals a surprise inside when sliced. For one talented baker, the ultimate gift will be $25,000 and the title of Holiday Baking Champion. “Christmas With the Mormon Tabernacle Choir” (9 p.m., PBS): This holiday special returns for its 15th year.  Tony Award winner Sutton Foster is the musical guest artist and Hugh Bonneville (“Downton Abbey”) reads the Christmas story from the Book of Luke. “Fail State” (9 p.m., Starz): Executive produced by Dan Rather, this documentary investigates the dark side of American higher education, chronicling the decades of policy decisions in Washington, D.C. that have given rise to a powerful and highly-predatory for-profit college industry. With echoes of the subprime mortgage crisis, the film lays bare how for-profit colleges exploit millions of low-income and minority students, leaving them with worthless degrees and drowning in student loan debt. “The Year in Memoriam 2018,” (10 p.m., ABC): “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts hosts this special that pays tribute to the legendary stars and icons we lost this year and the legacies they left behind. The show celebrates the lives of beloved stars through stories shared by those closest to them. “America’s Got Talent: A Holiday of Champions” (10 p.m., NBC): Host Terry Crews, takes viewers on a festive journey celebrating a variety of previous “AGT” contestants, including magicians, singers, danger acts and more. The special also features Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel. STREAM THIS: “Eva Shockey’s Outdoor 101” (Facebook Watch): In this new six-episode series, outdoors enthusiast Eva Shockey invites us along for the ride as she, her husband and young child travel throughout her adopted home state of North Carolina, giving us one-of-a-kind scoops to better the experience. Also on Monday: “Monday Night Football,” Saints at Panthers (5:15 p.m. PT, ESPN) NBA basketball, Grizzlies at Warriors (7:30 p.m., NBCSBA and NBA TV) “The Great Christmas Light Fight” (8 p.m., ABC) “Antiques Roadshow” (8 p.m., PBS) “The First 48” (8 p.m., A&E) “WWE Monday Night Raw” (8 p.m., USA) “Love & Hip Hop” (8 p.m., VH1) “Happy Together” (8:30 p.m., CBS) “Vanderpump Rules” (9 p.m., Bravo) “Street Outlaws: Memphis” (9 p.m., Discovery) “Who Do You ThinkYou Are?” (9 p.m., TLC) “The Santa Claus 2,” 2002 movie (9:30 p.m., AMC) “Independent Lens” (10 p.m., PBS) “Busy Tonight” (10 p.m., E!) “Christmas Cookie Challenge” (10 p.m., Food Network)
16 Dec 18
Devocionales Cristo en Nosotros

Bendito sea el Señor, que cada día lleva nuestra carga, el Dios que es nuestra salvación.  Dios es para nosotros un Dios de salvación, y a Dios el Señor pertenece el librar de la muerte. Salmos 68:19-20 (LBLA) Cambiador del Mundo: Es necesario que sepamos que todo lo que es bueno, lo santo, lo puro, proviene […]

15 Dec 18
LaPatilla.com
El presidente de Bolivia, Evo Morales. REUTERS / Eva Plevier   El órgano electoral de Bolivia rechazó impugnaciones a la candidatura del presidente del país, Evo Morales, de cara a las primarias para las elecciones de 2019, presentadas por políticos opositores e incluso por inscritos como militantes de su partido, según resoluciones publicadas hoy. El Tribunal Supremo Electoral de Bolivia comunicó estas resoluciones denegando los recursos de impugnación a políticos opositores como el diputado Wilson Santamaría, de Unión Demócrata (UD). Otro de los diputados que recibió la comunicación de rechazo fue Rafael Quispe, también de UD, quien había presentado el recurso aprovechando un error del censo de militantes de partidos políticos, en el que había aparecido inicialmente en las filas del Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) de Evo Morales. El tribunal electoral detectó inscripciones erróneas de numerosos militantes, para las primarias del próximo 27 de enero, que fueron progresivamente corregidas, en el caso de Quispe eliminándolo de las filas del MAS. Los recursos a los candidatos de cada partido solo pueden presentarlos sus propios militantes y el MAS denunció infiltrados en sus filas como Marcel Rivas, cuya impugnación también fue denegada al entender el órgano electoral que incumplió el procedimiento establecido. Evo Morales fue habilitado por el tribunal electoral la pasada semana en medio de protestas de oposición y movimientos ciudadanos. La mayoría de miembros de este órgano determinó que Morales está habilitado por una sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional de Bolivia, que en 2017 autorizó la reelección indefinida de cargos en el país. El órgano electoral argumentó que este fallo prevalece sobre un referéndum que en 2016 rechazó una reforma constitucional para eliminar el límite de dos mandatos consecutivos. Morales, en el poder desde 2006, ya fue habilitado para un tercer mandato al establecer el Constitucional que su primero no contaba porque en 2009 Bolivia se refundó de República a Estado Plurinacional. El mandatario se ha convertido en el presidente con más tiempo en el poder en su país y de ganar los próximos comicios gobernaría hasta 2025, bicentenario de la independencia de Bolivia. EFE
15 Dec 18
Talk About Pop Music

Every Christmas number TWO of the past 30 years…the one’s that didn’t quite make it! by Christopher Smith Imagine you release your single two weeks before Christmas and you’re tipped for the top for the festive season, but someone else beats you to it! Well all of these artists know just how that feels. Amongst […]

15 Dec 18
www.centrovirtualprincipe437.com

A veces podemos dar con personas, que quieren parecer muy espiritualizadas que, como que, si se esforzaran por sacar de contexto la realidad humana. Asumimos que ningún humano estuvo tan cerca de Dios y en su presencia, que el primer hombre Adán, justo antes de tener a Eva, su mujer, pero esa gente que se […]

15 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
AT the height of her fame Cheryl was the most popular woman in the UK and having her star on a show meant it would be an instant hit. Which is no doubt why the Love Made Me Do It singer, 35, was drafted in by Simon Cowell to star on new BBC show, The Greatest Dancer alongside Strictly Come Dancing star Oti Mabuse and Alesha Dixon. Cheryl’s music career has struggled in recent months Yet before the show has even started, news comes that she’s being sidelined in favour of Strictly dancer Oti, 28. And this is just the latest blow for Cheryl who, since her musical comeback at the start of last month, has seen her new single tank in the charts, lost her lucrative L’Oreal contract worth millions and puzzled fans by her bizarre hand-licking performance on The X Factor. With The X Factor ratings dwindling in recent years, Simon Cowell has spoken about “making sure the audience don’t get bored” with any venture. One insider says: “It’s his first big show with the BBC and he has gone back to what he knows and what he thought would guarantee the numbers – Cheryl”. Cheryl (far left) is set to star alongside Strictly’s Oti Mabuse (right) and Alesha Dixon (left) At her peak, Cheryl was the first British female to have five solo number one hits in the UK, and gained a record-breaking 20 consecutive top ten singles as part of Girls Aloud. But in recent months, her popularity seems to have waned so TV bosses, and no doubt Simon Cowell, will be increasingly anxious that the ‘Cheryl effect’ is very much over. As she tries to win the nation’s hearts, could the role of Dance Captain be her biggest performance yet? The days of the ‘sexy singer’ are over For some, Cheryl’s pulling power just isn’t there any more. “She’s tried to cram so much into her life and career since the heady days of Girls Aloud in 2002,” says publicity specialist Claire Shiels. Cheryl was once TV’s national sweetheart, and was a guaranteed ratings winner “As a solo performer, guest judge, beauty spokesperson and with her own line of merchandise, she’s grabbed as many opportunities as possible to extend her career. “But her popularity has inevitably been usurped by the likes of  Little Mix and Dua Lipa who are almost a decade younger. “Cheryl needs to recognise that the days of her as a sexy singer are over.” Oti Mabuse is set to play a bigger role on The Greatest Dancer “She no longer has the pulling power to attract younger audiences, so should instead look to retain her original fans, many of whom will also now be parents like her. “Her career should mirror the likes of Holly Willoughby who progressed from being a children’s TV presenter to engaging a new legion of older fans as co-host of This Morning.” Baffling hand-licking performance When Cheryl performed in the X Factor final in 2009 it was watched by a then-record of 15million, only to be beaten the following year when she was still on the panel, with 19.4 million. However, fast forward nearly a decade, and Cheryl’s lure is less impressive, with fans baffled by her comeback single performance – with her bizarre performance raising questions about her suitability to judge The Greatest Dancer. Cheryl raised eyebrows with her hand-licking performance At the height of her fame, Cheryl commanded millions of viewers as an X Factor judge The singer unleashed some unusual moves, including licking her hand and and rubbing her bottom, before collapsing into a heap on the floor. A concerned Simon Cowell asked if she was OK. This will no doubt be concerning bosses on The Greatest Dancer, as one insider says: “It’s not great to have a woman who can’t dance, front a dancing show. “They were really taken aback by the public and media reaction and started to wonder whether they had made a massive mistake.” However a Greatest Dancer source hit back at the criticism and said the “popular” star will be a success on the show. They said: “Cheryl is a huge star and is fantastic on The Greatest Dancer, with her support for the contestants and her advice and critiques of performances. She is tremendously popular across the country and that is really highlighted in the new show. “In The Greatest Dancer auditions, it is very clear that both contestants and members of the public are bowled over when they meet Cheryl. And Cheryl herself shows her own frailties by, at one point, crying because one performance really hits her emotionally. She still really chimes with people.” [bc_video video_id=”5968702203001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Cheryl performs her new single ‘Love Made Me Do It’ on The X Factor”] Eggs in one basket Speaking about the promotional campaign to boost fellow dance captain Oti, an insider explained: “All the publicity and focus of the show has been on [Cheryl] but now her big musical comeback has proved to be a flop, everyone’s worried they’ve put all their eggs in the wrong basket.” Trying to mitigate against any damage, “producers have decided they now want to quietly push Oti more into the spotlight.” ‘I’m such a sucker’ As the singer came back from her year-long hiatus following the birth of son Bear, Cheryl said:  “If it goes in at 80, it’s time for me to move on with my life.  While it didn’t land quite that low in the charts, it peaked at number 19 before slipping down to 77. The star – who has recently split from a series of advisers and top management company Modest, record label Polydor and PR professionals – poked fun at her poor taste in men, with the lyrics: “Oh my god, I’m such a sucker, I fall in love with every f*****.” Cheryls latest single peaked at 19 Dropped by hair brand in favour of “classier” celebs In another blow for the glossy-haired star, Cheryl’s L’Oreal contract, thought to be worth £4 million, was axed in August, after nine years working with the hair brand. The news came as Karen Flavard-Jones took over as boss, who is said to prefer “classier celebrities” like Holly Willoughby. A beauty industry source revealed: “After Karen was hired the writing was on the wall for Cheryl.” Cheryl’s appearance caused fans to comment recently Cheryl has lost her £4million hair contract They added: “It’s a hammer blow for Cheryl at this stage of her career. “L’Oréal has been her most regular income. “It also saw her rub shoulders with other L’Oréal stars in places like Cannes, including Julianne Moore, Helen Mirren, Eva Longoria, Jane Fonda, Jennifer Lopez and Penelope Cruz.” To make matters worse, the star recently teamed up with hair extension brand Easilocks – favoured by the reality TV stars such as Megan McKenna and Charlotte Crosby – to launch her own range. A source said: “This deal took everyone in the industry by surprise. You just don’t expect to see Cheryl doing a range like this alongside Towie stars, it doesn’t seem to fit her branding at all. And it seems to put L’Oreal in a difficult position if it wants to use her in another advertising campaign. Surely she can’t really endorse both?” Cheryl has lost her multi-million pound hair contract Cheryl recently caused a stir with her appearance and ‘changing face’. ‘It wasn’t my fault’ While promoting her recent single, Cheryl has also been plugging £44.99 hoodies featuring the lyrics to the single. However, embarrassingly, one of the products features a grammatical error. The line which should read “Love made me do it (it wasn’t my fault)” said instead “it was’nt my fault”. Despite the negative press, Cheryl will hope to bounce back, and use her TV comeback to regain her status as the UK’s sweetheart. The merchandise featured a typo [article-rail-section posts_category=”122″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Claire Shiels says : “Hopefully, The Greatest Dancer will all provide opportunities for her to develop a new, maturer image.” Talent guru Jonathan Shalit OBE, adds: “Her new show will be the opportunity to pull things back following the recent negative press. This isn’t the end for Cheryl – come January when The Greatest Dancer begins audiences will be blown away by her and Cheryl will be having the last laugh.” A Syco spokesperson added: “Cheryl has had a long mutually fruitful relationship with Syco and we are all incredibly excited that she has agreed to continue that in a new vein with the arrival of The Greatest Dancer in January.”
15 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
AT the height of her fame Cheryl was the most popular woman in the UK and having her star on a show meant it would be an instant hit. Which is no doubt why the Love Made Me Do It singer, 35, was drafted in by Simon Cowell to star on new BBC show, The Greatest Dancer alongside Strictly Come Dancing star Oti Mabuse and Alesha Dixon. Cheryl’s music career has struggled in recent months Yet before the show has even started, news comes that she’s being sidelined in favour of Strictly dancer Oti, 28. And this is just the latest blow for Cheryl who, since her musical comeback at the start of last month, has seen her new single tank in the charts, lost her lucrative L’Oreal contract worth millions and puzzled fans by her bizarre hand-licking performance on The X Factor. With The X Factor ratings dwindling in recent years, Simon Cowell has spoken about “making sure the audience don’t get bored” with any venture. One insider says: “It’s his first big show with the BBC and he has gone back to what he knows and what he thought would guarantee the numbers – Cheryl”. Cheryl (far left) is set to star alongside Strictly’s Oti Mabuse (right) and Alesha Dixon (left) At her peak, Cheryl was the first British female to have five solo number one hits in the UK, and gained a record-breaking 20 consecutive top ten singles as part of Girls Aloud. But in recent months, her popularity seems to have waned so TV bosses, and no doubt Simon Cowell, will be increasingly anxious that the ‘Cheryl effect’ is very much over. As she tries to win the nation’s hearts, could the role of Dance Captain be her biggest performance yet? The days of the ‘sexy singer’ are over For some, Cheryl’s pulling power just isn’t there any more. “She’s tried to cram so much into her life and career since the heady days of Girls Aloud in 2002,” says publicity specialist Claire Shiels. Cheryl was once TV’s national sweetheart, and was a guaranteed ratings winner “As a solo performer, guest judge, beauty spokesperson and with her own line of merchandise, she’s grabbed as many opportunities as possible to extend her career. “But her popularity has inevitably been usurped by the likes of  Little Mix and Dua Lipa who are almost a decade younger. “Cheryl needs to recognise that the days of her as a sexy singer are over.” Oti Mabuse is set to play a bigger role on The Greatest Dancer “She no longer has the pulling power to attract younger audiences, so should instead look to retain her original fans, many of whom will also now be parents like her. “Her career should mirror the likes of Holly Willoughby who progressed from being a children’s TV presenter to engaging a new legion of older fans as co-host of This Morning.” Baffling hand-licking performance When Cheryl performed in the X Factor final in 2009 it was watched by a then-record of 15million, only to be beaten the following year when she was still on the panel, with 19.4 million. However, fast forward nearly a decade, and Cheryl’s lure is less impressive, with fans baffled by her comeback single performance – with her bizarre performance raising questions about her suitability to judge The Greatest Dancer. Cheryl raised eyebrows with her hand-licking performance At the height of her fame, Cheryl commanded millions of viewers as an X Factor judge The singer unleashed some unusual moves, including licking her hand and and rubbing her bottom, before collapsing into a heap on the floor. A concerned Simon Cowell asked if she was OK. This will no doubt be concerning bosses on The Greatest Dancer, as one insider says: “It’s not great to have a woman who can’t dance, front a dancing show. “They were really taken aback by the public and media reaction and started to wonder whether they had made a massive mistake.” However a Greatest Dancer source hit back at the criticism and said the “popular” star will be a success on the show. They said: “Cheryl is a huge star and is fantastic on The Greatest Dancer, with her support for the contestants and her advice and critiques of performances. She is tremendously popular across the country and that is really highlighted in the new show. “In The Greatest Dancer auditions, it is very clear that both contestants and members of the public are bowled over when they meet Cheryl. And Cheryl herself shows her own frailties by, at one point, crying because one performance really hits her emotionally. She still really chimes with people.” [bc_video video_id=”5968702203001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Cheryl performs her new single ‘Love Made Me Do It’ on The X Factor”] Eggs in one basket Speaking about the promotional campaign to boost fellow dance captain Oti, an insider explained: “All the publicity and focus of the show has been on [Cheryl] but now her big musical comeback has proved to be a flop, everyone’s worried they’ve put all their eggs in the wrong basket.” Trying to mitigate against any damage, “producers have decided they now want to quietly push Oti more into the spotlight.” ‘I’m such a sucker’ As the singer came back from her year-long hiatus following the birth of son Bear, Cheryl said:  “If it goes in at 80, it’s time for me to move on with my life.  While it didn’t land quite that low in the charts, it peaked at number 19 before slipping down to 77. The star – who has recently split from a series of advisers and top management company Modest, record label Polydor and PR professionals – poked fun at her poor taste in men, with the lyrics: “Oh my god, I’m such a sucker, I fall in love with every f*****.” Cheryls latest single peaked at 19 Dropped by hair brand in favour of “classier” celebs In another blow for the glossy-haired star, Cheryl’s L’Oreal contract, thought to be worth £4 million, was axed in August, after nine years working with the hair brand. The news came as Karen Flavard-Jones took over as boss, who is said to prefer “classier celebrities” like Holly Willoughby. A beauty industry source revealed: “After Karen was hired the writing was on the wall for Cheryl.” Cheryl’s appearance caused fans to comment recently Cheryl has lost her £4million hair contract They added: “It’s a hammer blow for Cheryl at this stage of her career. “L’Oréal has been her most regular income. “It also saw her rub shoulders with other L’Oréal stars in places like Cannes, including Julianne Moore, Helen Mirren, Eva Longoria, Jane Fonda, Jennifer Lopez and Penelope Cruz.” To make matters worse, the star recently teamed up with hair extension brand Easilocks – favoured by the reality TV stars such as Megan McKenna and Charlotte Crosby – to launch her own range. A source said: “This deal took everyone in the industry by surprise. You just don’t expect to see Cheryl doing a range like this alongside Towie stars, it doesn’t seem to fit her branding at all. And it seems to put L’Oreal in a difficult position if it wants to use her in another advertising campaign. Surely she can’t really endorse both?” Cheryl has lost her multi-million pound hair contract Cheryl recently caused a stir with her appearance and ‘changing face’. ‘It wasn’t my fault’ While promoting her recent single, Cheryl has also been plugging £44.99 hoodies featuring the lyrics to the single. However, embarrassingly, one of the products features a grammatical error. The line which should read “Love made me do it (it wasn’t my fault)” said instead “it was’nt my fault”. Despite the negative press, Cheryl will hope to bounce back, and use her TV comeback to regain her status as the UK’s sweetheart. The merchandise featured a typo [article-rail-section posts_category=”170″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Claire Shiels says : “Hopefully, The Greatest Dancer will all provide opportunities for her to develop a new, maturer image.” Talent guru Jonathan Shalit OBE, adds: “Her new show will be the opportunity to pull things back following the recent negative press. This isn’t the end for Cheryl – come January when The Greatest Dancer begins audiences will be blown away by her and Cheryl will be having the last laugh.” A Syco spokesperson added: “Cheryl has had a long mutually fruitful relationship with Syco and we are all incredibly excited that she has agreed to continue that in a new vein with the arrival of The Greatest Dancer in January.”
14 Dec 18
Deadline

Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespeare tale All Is True has been selected to open the Palm Springs Film Festival, which Friday unveiled its full lineup of films for the 30th edition that runs January 3-14. The fest also said that Bruce Bereford’s Ladies in Black will be the closing-night film, with the director and cast members expected […]

14 Dec 18
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Article and photos from hienalouca.com

They’re currently soaking up the sun in Barbados on the Cowell’s annual Christmas trip to the Caribbean island.

And Simon Cowell looked relaxed and care-free as he paraded around the idyllic beach in a pair of pink swimming shorts as he joined his bikini-clad girlfriend Lauren Silverman.

The music mogul, 59, appeared in his element as he completed his look with with an unzipped life jacket and a pair of black aviator sunglasses. 

<img id="i-67e0d6d5149caec2" src="https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2018/12/14/21/7442358-6496935-image-m-34_1544821929164.jpg&quot; height="1040" width="962" alt="Care-free: Simon Cowell looked relaxed and