New this week: Luke Bryan, Jeff Foxworthy and 2 Seth Rogens
This cover image released by Capitol Records Nashville shows "Born Here Live Here Die Here" by Luke Bryan, out on Friday. If you want to keep the warm feelings going, the good-natured Peanut Butter Falcon hits Amazon Video on Thursday as well. AP Film Writer Lindsey BahrMUSICCountry superstar Luke Bryan is looking to his roots on his seventh album. From the safety of his Georgia homes man cave, Foxworthy visits everyday people to check out their potentially valuable heirlooms, pop-culture keepsakes and such. AP Television Writer Lynn Elber___Catch up on APs entertainment coverage here: https://apnews.com/apf-entertainmen t.
Transgender official takes abuse while leading virus efforts
Many of the attacks against Pennsylvanias health secretary have little to do with the way she has handled the statewide response to the coronavirus pandemic. As a transgender woman, Dr. Rachel Levine has been subjected to a stream of mockery and abuse on social media and elsewhere. The dunk tank was part of a weekend carnival held on the fairgrounds to benefit the region's volunteer fire departments. The fair deleted the post from its Facebook page, but critics slammed the dunk tank impersonation and the fair associations comment as transphobic. A fellow dressed up in a dress to get people to throw balls at the dunk tank to raise money.
Forest Fire prevention icon Smokey Bear is turning 75
CAPITAN, N.M. - There will be 75 candles on his birthday cake and Smokey Bear still hopes none of them start a forest fire. Smokey Bear was born on Aug. 9, 1944, when the U.S. Forest Service and the Ad Council agreed that a fictional bear would be the symbol for a fire prevention campaign. At the time, federal officials feared the nations national forest could become targets as the country was deep into World War II. The cub was named Smokey Bear after a New York Assistant Fire Chief, Smokey Joe Martin. When the bear died in 1976, his remains were buried in what is now Smokey Bear Historical Park in Capitan, not far from where he was found.
Chrissy Teigen Reveals How She Makes Her Son Miles Laugh (Exclusive)
Recently, Teigen and Foxworthy sat down with ET where she revealed how she makes Miles, her precious 1-year-old son, break out in laughter. "Oh, I fake yawn for Miles," she revealed. Foxworthy also revealed when his kids think hes at his funniest, admitting that it often comes down to his wallet. RELATED CONTENT:Star Sightings: Chrissy Teigen Does Face Yoga, Audrina Patridge Toasts to 'The Hills' & More! Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's Daughter Luna Has Strong Opinions About Being Called 'Cute'Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Throw Baby Miles an Adorable 1st Birthday Bash