The show is set to begin live at around 2pm EST/11am PST and will be airing from London, England. If you’re in America, you can watch the show via a live stream, and it will also air on BBC America later tonight. In the UK, tune into ITV to watch the show live.
Katy Perry was just added to the lineup – her last performance at the award show was back in 2014.
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During the skit, the 42-year-old host launched the president’s new (spoof) cable news channel called, fittingly “TNN” aka “Trump Network News.”
“Welcome to TNN, the only news network that is 100% fair and 112% factual,” Jimmy joked.
TNN’s top story was about the tragic events that didn’t happen in Sweden.
Although, as Jimmy put it, “Sweden is still reeling from Friday’s incident that absolutely did happen. Details are still unclear but we’re getting word that it was definitely real, and 100% not made up. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the Swedish men, women, and fish.”
Charlie Hunnam is opening up about the Sons of Anarchy spinoff Mayans MC, which was ordered to series by FX late last year.
The 36-year-old actor starred on Sons of Anarchy but (spoiler alert!), his character was killed off on the show.
“I really think that, honestly, anything that Kurt [Sutter] is doing I’m excited about, ’cause I think he’s a phenomenal writer and has such a unique voice and vision,” Charlie told EW. “I obviously got to know very, very well the world of California motorcycle clubs and I just think it’s a very rich, vital, exciting world…I think that the idea is that they’re going to focus on Mayans, so it’s exciting. I’ll certainly be tuning in.”
Kate Middleton made her way to South Wales this morning (February 22) to meet vulnerable and disadvantaged UK families who are being supported by the charity, Action for Children.
The 35-year-old Duchess of Cambridge was greeted with a bouquet of flowers as she arrived at MIST, the child and adolescent mental health project part of Action for Children in Pontypool, United Kingdom.