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Pregnant Witney Carson Performs With DWTS Wayne Brady at AMAs 2022!

Wayne Brady and his Dancing With The Stars partner, Witney Carson, kicked off the 2022 American Music Awards on Sunday evening (November 20) at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles with a fun dance performance!

The 50-year-old actor and entertainer walked the red carpet with his daughter, Maile before Wayne and Witney hit the stage.

Witney, who wore a neutral colored dress on the carpet, changed into a bright blue dress to match Wayne‘s vibrant suit on stage.

If you didn’t know, Wayne and Witney are one of the final four couples for the DWTS finals that are happening tomorrow night!

If you missed it, Witney just announced some exciting personal news.

Check out 30+ pictures of Witney Carson and Wayne Brady at the AMAs…More Here! »

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'Whose Line Is It Anyway' To End on The CW After 12 Seasons

Comedy series Whose Line Is It Anyway has joined the slew of other shows ending on The CW.

News of its ending was revealed by one of the cast members, Colin Mochrie, who has been with the program since the very beginning.

“Hey everyone. Hope you are enjoying the current season of Whose Line,” Colin started, before revealing that “in January, we shoot our final season.”

“Thank you all for the support over the years,” he concluded in his tweet.

Whose Line Is It Anyway is currently in its 11th season on the network, and also stars Ryan Styles, Wayne Brady and Aisha Tyler. Drew Carey was a previous host on the program.

The series originally aired on ABC and ABC Family from 1998 to 2007 before it headed to The CW in 2013.

Find out which other shows who are “on the bubble” at The CW.

Wayne Brady Set To Host AMAs 2022 on ABC In November!

Wayne Brady has just been revealed as the host for the upcoming 2022 American Music Awards!

The 50-year-old multi-hyphenate entertainer will hit the stage to host the award show in November on ABC.

“I’m ecstatic and honored to host this year’s AMAs,” Wayne shared in a statement about the gig. “As a musician and music lover, it’s amazing to be part of a night where music fans make their voices heard!”

He added, “It’s a big show, so I’m bringing it all … The funny, the music and the moves!”

The 2022 AMAs are set to air live, from the Microsoft Theater at LA Live, on Sunday (November 20) at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

If you missed them all, check out the nominations which were announced earlier this month!

Don’t forget to watch Wayne on Dancing With The Stars tonight!

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Lin-Manuel Miranda & 'Freestyle Love Supreme' Close Out Tony Awards 2020 with Amazing Performance - Watch!

Freestyle Love Supreme is closing out the 2020 Tony Awards with a super fun performance!

Lin Manuel-Miranda, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Tarik Davis, Christopher Jackson, James Monroe Iglehart, Leslie Odom, Jr, Wayne Brady, Aneesa Folds, and Chris Sullivan all took to the stage for the final performance of the night on Sunday (September 26) at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City.

For their performance, the group rapped a freestyle of everything that happened during the night in under 4 minutes.

Lin-Manuel established Freestyle Love Supreme with Anthony Veneziale and Thomas Kail several years ago before the show ran on Broadway for a few months back in late 2019.

Freestyle Love Surpreme
is set to make its return to Broadway starting on October 7, followed by a national tour starting in San Francisco.

Click inside to watch the performance!More Here! »

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Tituss Burgess, Adam Lambert, & More to Star in 'Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical'

The Disney movie Ratatouille is getting the Broadway treatment thanks to a huge TikTok sensation that blew up recently and a star-studded cast has been set to bring the musical to life.

After people on TikTok came together to write songs for a potential musical version of Ratatouille, some Broadway producers came together to set up a one-performance-only production to benefit The Actors Fund. The one-time performance will feature content created by members of TikTok’s #RatatouilleMusical Community, whose collective work has earned the engagement of more than 200 million fans around the globe, and will be performed with the 20-piece Broadway Sinfonietta orchestra.

Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical will begin streaming on Friday, January 1, 2021 at 7:00pm ET for 72 hours only. Tickets for the event are on sale exclusively on

Click inside to find out who will be part of the cast… More Here! »

Wayne Brady Reveals Scary Moment Where He Feared for His Daughter's Safety

Wayne Brady is opening up about teaching his daughter about racism.

During an interview with Access Hollywood, the 48-year-old Who’s Line Is It Anyway? star opened up about a situation where he feared for his 17-year-old daughter Maile‘s safety while in the presence of police.

“A couple years ago, she must have been 14 or 15, and we live in Malibu, her mom lives in Malibu and I wasn’t home,” Wayne recalled. “She set the alarm off in my house. I freaked out because I was giving her the code, and for whatever reason, she put it in wrong and it wouldn’t accept.”

“The alarm company then said, ‘We are sending armed response right now,’” Wayne continued. “I was so worried that my daughter could not explain in the heat of the moment, ‘This it’s my house.’ Was she going to let these armed officers in? I told her ‘Get out of the house right now and run down the street, run down about a half a mile to your mama’s house.’”

Wayne said that Maile questioned it, but he was so worked up and worried that he yelled at her to just go to her mom’s house.

“Because I had an incident a couple years ago when I lived in Sherman Oaks where I locked myself out, and I tripped my own alarm, and I couldn’t turn off the alarm,” Wayne revealed. “And an armed response team came and I had to prove it was my house – and true, that should be the same for anyone when you’re outside of someone’s house. But the fear that these people would hurt me outside of my own house because it’s not unprecedented.”

“I knew that I could handle it because I was a man, but I was fearful for my little girl,” Wayne said.

Wayne said that after that incident, Maile worried that the cops were going to “kill” her so he had to have a talk with her about racism and the police.

Wayne Brady Is Pointing Out a Racist Joke From 'Who's Line Is It Anyway'

Wayne Brady shared a racist joke that was made at his expense during his time on Who’s Line is it Anyway, an improv comedy sketch show.

The sketch started when comedian Ryan Stiles initiated a scene where Wayne, Colin Mochrie, and Jonathan Mangum were part of a police lineup.

“Can you pick out the man that robbed you?” Ryan said, and Colin and Jonathan both indicated to Wayne. When the audience laughed, Wayne said, “Y’all know that’s f*cked up, right?”

Then, host Aisha Tyler initiated another scene with the three white men in the lineup.

She said to Wayne, “Sir, can you pick out the man that embezzled hundreds of millions of dollars in the American economy, and then made you pay for it?”

You can watch the sketch below…