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Lizzo named Entertainer of the Year by The Associated Press after monster 2019

Lizzo can add a big honor to her list of accomplishments in 2019 because the uber-popular performer has been named Entertainer of the Year by The Associated Press.

Voted in by entertainment staffers of the news cooperative, Lizzo dominated the pop, R&B and rap charts in 2019 with songs like “Truth Hurts” and “Good As Hell.” Though she released her first album in 2013, Lizzo dropped her major-label debut, “Cuz I Love You,” this year and the success has made her the leading nominee at the 2020 Grammy Awards, where she is up for eight honors.

Outside of music, Lizzo has won over fans for promoting body positivity and denouncing fat shaming.

LIZZO BASHES AUTHOR’S CLAIM THAT SHE’S ONLY POPULAR DUE TO ‘OBESITY EP[IDEMIC’: ‘KEEP MY NAME OUT YA MOUTH’

Her live performances have been revered for their high energy, and Lizzo herself has surprised people with her stage presence and poise. The 31-year-old classically trained flutist also grinded as an independent and touring artist for years. She performed with Prince on his 2014 “Plectrumelectrum” album, released two years before his death.

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Singer Lizzo performs on stage during the Capitol Hill Block Party on July 19, 2019 in Seattle, Wash. (Photo by Mat Hayward/Getty Images)

Lizzo has certainly had her fair share of viral moments in 2019, to say the least.

Earlier this month, the singer-songwriter addressed a social media outrage that quickly commenced after she was seen twerking in a thong while sitting courtside at a Los Angeles Lakers game.

LIZZO RECALLS TIME SHE NEARLY QUIT MUSIC: ‘I WAS LIKE, F–K IT, I’M DONE’

The few seconds of Lizzo’s dance that were captured by cameras quickly went viral with social media users sharing both cheers and jeers for the music phenom.

She later explained the reasoning behind her groove session, putting a lid on the spectacle.

“The Laker Girls came out and they started dancing to ‘Juice’ and I just got so excited. And I wanted to show them how much I appreciate and support and love that they wanted to do that for me,” Lizzo explained. “So, I stood up and danced.”

Lizzo also had a role in the film “Hustlers,” opposite Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and Cardi B, and she voiced a character in the animated picture “UglyDolls.”

LIZZO SHARES ‘TRUTH HURTS’ WRITING CREDIT, SLAMS PLAGIARISM ACCUSATIONS

Lizzo was also named Entertainer of the Year by Time magazine and for her work as a music artist, has landed eight Grammy nominations.

Fox Business’ Cortney Moore and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Flurry Of Anti-Semitic Attacks Emerge In New York City During Hanukkah

New York City police are investigating at least six possible anti-Semitic hate crimes that occurred over the past week and coincide with Hanukkah.

The attacks occurred primarily in the borough of Brooklyn, with multiple victims between the ages of 6 and 65 years old claiming they were physically assaulted and, in some cases, subjected to anti-Semitic slurs.

Mayor Bill de Blasio pledged to increase police presence in the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Crown Heights, Williamsburg and Borough Park in response to the assaults. He also said police will increase visits to houses of worship and “other critical areas” in the community.

“Anyone who terrorizes our Jewish community WILL face justice,” De Blasio tweeted Friday morning. 

During a news conference Friday afternoon, the New York Police Department’s chief of detectives Rodney Harrison said that since Dec. 13, police have been investigating eight “alarming” hate crimes. (A motive hasn’t yet been established for all of these instances.)

“We treat them very seriously and we make sure that our investigators do their best to do what we can to bring these individuals to justice that commit these crimes,” Harrison said. 

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Spencer Platt via Getty Images Members of the Jewish community walk through a Brooklyn neighborhood on Oct. 9, 2019, in New York City.

On Monday morning, a 65-year-old man wearing a yarmulke was reportedly punched and kicked in broad daylight near Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal by an attacker who yelled an expletive and referred to the victim’s Jewish identity, according to CBS New York. A suspect was charged with assault as a hate crime for the attack.

Later on Monday, police received a report that two boys, ages 6 and 7, were attacked by a group of teenagers inside a residential building in Williamsburg, CNN reported. Harrison said Friday that one of the boys was punched in the stomach. The case is still being investigated.

Stephen Levin, a New York City council member, said on Twitter that the children were residents of that apartment building. He said the building is a New York City Housing Authority development where the “Hasidic community has lives [sic] side by side in harmony with the broader community for decades.”

Then, early Tuesday morning, a group of over 10 people cursed and yelled anti-Semitic slurs at a 25-year-old man walking down a street in Crown Heights, CBS New York reported. When the victim took out his cellphone to record what was happening, one member of the group allegedly threw a drink at him, and the group scattered, CBS reported.

Harrison said Friday that the individual who threw the drink has not yet been identified.

Later that day, a 56-year-old man walking in the same neighborhood was also attacked. Surveillance footage obtained by CBS shows the man being punched in the head and falling to the ground. The suspects in this case have not yet been identified, Harrison said.

The fifth incident took place on Thursday afternoon in south Brooklyn, NBC New York reported. Police said a 34-year-old Jewish mother was walking in the neighborhood with her 3-year-old child when an attacker yelled anti-Semitic slurs at her and hit her in the face with a shopping bag. The suspect, identified as 42-year-old Ayana Logan, was charged with assault as a hate crime.

On Friday morning in Crown Heights, police said three women between the ages of 22 and 31 were slapped in the face by a 30-year-old female suspect, who was later arrested and charged with harassment in the first degree, a hate crime. Harrison said that during an interrogation, the suspect said that she committed the crime because she thought the women were Jewish.

There was at least one other incident Friday morning with a possible anti-Jewish bias. According to ABC New York, a man walked into the world headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic movement and threatened to shoot up the place. The man reportedly walked away after issuing this threat, ABC reported. 

The Hanukkah attacks occurred just about two weeks after a targeted anti-Semitic shooting at a kosher market in nearby Jersey City left three victims dead, including two Hasidic Jews.

But long before the Jersey City shooting made national headlines, Hasidic Jewish communities in the New York-New Jersey region had been raising alarms about a spike in attacks. Last month, several Jewish men and boys in the Borough Park community were chased and punched. In Crown Heights, two Hasidic Jewish teens were assaulted by five men in November in what’s being investigated as a hate crime.

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Andrew Lichtenstein via Getty Images New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio holds a press conference in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn on Dec. 12, 2019, after meeting with Satmar Jewish community leaders to denounce a hate crime attack in Jersey City.

The NYPD documented 311 total hate crimes from January to September of this year, over half of which targeted Jews, the Times of Israel reported

Evan Bernstein, the Anti-Defamation League regional director, said the organization is appalled by the “sheer frequency and aggressive nature” of the incidents, especially during the holidays. Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights, began on Sunday.

“Enough is enough; now is the time for society to come together in rejection of this hate and for public officials and community leaders to speak up, lead by example, and demand meaningful change to protect the Jewish community,” Bernstein said in a statement. 

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‘Several’ US troops injured in Iraq rocket attack that killed US contractor: official

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A U.S. defense contractor was killed in a rocket attack on Friday outside the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq, a U.S. official told Fox News.

About 30 rockets landed at the base used by U.S and Iraqi forces, the official said.

“Several” U.S. troops were also injured in the rocket attack, the official said. It’s not immediately clear how severe the injuries are.

FOUR ROCKETS LAND INSIDE BAGHDAD AIRPORT; IRAN, PROXY FORCES BLAMED

There are roughly 5,000 U.S. troops deployed to Iraq.

Earlier this month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed Iran for two separate rocket attacks on the Baghdad International Airport, on Dec. 9 and 11, where U.S. and Iraqi forces are located on the other side of the commercial airport.

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In a statement, Pompeo warned of a “decisive U.S. response” if any Americans were harmed in the future.

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‘Star Wars’ characters through the years

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After 42 years and 11 movies, “Star Wars” universe can be easy to get lost in.

Folks might remember mainstays Luke Skywalker and Yoda, but other names and faces may have gotten lost in the mix.

With “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” now in theaters, here’s a crash course of who’s who in a galaxy far, far away:

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Don Imus, Racist Radio Show Host, Dead At 79

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Imus was fired from CBS in 2007 after he referred to members of the Rutgers women’s basketball team as “nappy-headed hos.”

Those racist, callous remarks weren’t a one-off. As Today pointed out the year Imus was fired:

Through the years, while he’d often teetered on the edge separating mere bad taste from reprehensible conduct, he had always managed to avoid falling into the abyss. He has called African-American Bill Rhoden, The New York Times sports columnist, a “quota hire,” while characterizing another African-American, Gwen Ifill of PBS’ “Washington Week,” as a “cleaning lady. “Congressman Joe Barton of Texas, who once offended Imus, was called “a lying fat little skunk from Texas,” Lesley Stahl a “gutless, lying weasel,” Rush Limbaugh a “fat, pill-popping loser,” and Arabs “ragheads.”

Shortly before Christmas last year, syndicated radio star and MSNBC host Don Imus called the book publishers Simon & Schuster “thieving Jews” (Imus in the Morning, 12/15/04), returning to the subject later in the program to offer a mock apology, saying that the phrase he used was “redundant.”

… Imus [also] called Washington Post media writer Howard Kurtz “that boner-nosed … beanie-wearing little Jew boy” (Newsday, 10/19/98).

Imus went on to host another radio show of his own, “Imus in the Morning.” His last show was on March 29 of last year before he retired.

His cause of death was not immediately known. 

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Soledad O’Brien slams Brian Stelter, CNN for booking guests who ‘intentionally lie’ on air

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Anchor-turned-media exec Soledad O’Brien blasted CNN and its chief media correspondent, Brian Stelter, for the network’s practice of booking guests who “intentionally” lie on air.

The spat began when Stelter shared a piece about the significance of disinformation that has plagued social media.

“We have this alternative media ecosystem that is driving a lot of disinformation. It is not understood by journalists or anyone really beyond a very small group of people who are really engaged with it,” Stelter tweeted, quoting Bellingcat executive director Eliot Higgins.

O’Brien, a former CNN anchor, took exception to Stelter’s tweet.

“Also mainstream media outlets frequently book guests who lie, intentionally, on their air. CNN is one such outlet,” O’Brien told Stelter. “Instead of shunning those guests they are booked again and again and again.”

CNN’S BRIAN STELTER OMITS ABC NEWS’ SPIKED JEFFREY EPSTEIN STORY FROM HIS ‘TOP MEDIA STORIES’ OF 2019

She then took direct aim at the media guru.

“When CNN’s media reporter pretends his own news org isn’t part of this BS, it’s a problem,” O’Brien said.

This isn’t the first time O’Brien went after Stelter. Last month, she ripped the CNN icon for his response when asked how networks can get Americans interested in the impeachment hearings.

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“I also think, episode one so to speak, matters a lot, and I hate to say that because we’re talking about basic democracy at risk here. But from a television perspective, Democrats have to come out strong in that first episode,” Stelter said during a CNN segment. “For the same reason when we’re watching Netflix or listening to a new podcast, we only choose to keep listening if we’re interested in episode one.”

“Why is CNN so stupid about important s–t? This is Cillizza-level inanity. Brian should be ashamed of himself,” O’Brien reacted, referring the often-mocked CNN political analyst Chris Cillizza in the process.

Fox News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report. 

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NBC’s Tom Brokaw offers mea culpa over network’s Richard Jewell coverage 23 years ago

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NBC veteran anchor Tom Brokaw offered a Christmas mea culpa over his network’s coverage from more than 20 years ago of the late heroic security guard Richard Jewell.

In recent weeks, the release of Clint Eastwood’s film “Richard Jewell” has revived discussion of the events that surround the 1996 bombing at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Ga., where Jewell — who spotted the suspicious bag and was credited with saving countless lives — was quickly named as a suspect of the attack by several media outlets at the time, one of them being NBC News. In fact, archival footage of Brokaw’s reporting appears in the Eastwood drama.

Twenty-three years later, Brokaw expressed regret over his handling of the Jewell story.

“re Richard Jewell. 24 hours after the bombing I talked at length with a [senior] FBI official – who did not wave me off [Jewell] as a suspect,” Brokaw tweeted Wednesday. “I reported that and speculated why. but my last line was for now he’s just a person of interest. When the truth emerged I apologized.”

AHEAD OF ‘RICHARD JEWELL’ RELEASE, CONTROVERSY SWIRLS OVER ATLANTA NEWSPAPER AT CENTER OF CLINT EASTWOOD FILM

He continued: “NBC made a substantial $ payment to the family without going through contentious negotiation. Richard and his mother went through a painful time which I deeply regret. I hope we all learned a lesson, including the FBI which was my principal source.”

The film has been at the center of controversy over its depiction of Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) reporter Kathy Scruggs, since it is suggested in the dramatized retelling of events that she slept with an FBI agent in order to get the scoop on Jewell being a suspect.

AJC’s legal team sent a six-page letter to Warner Bros. and Eastwood threatening a defamation lawsuit for its depiction of Scruggs, who died in 2001, and demanding the filmmakers acknowledge the “dramatization.”

“We hereby demand that you immediately issue a statement publicly acknowledging that some events were imagined for dramatic purposes and artistic license and dramatization were used in the film’s portrayal of events and characters,” the legal team said. “We further demand that you add a prominent disclaimer to the film to that effect.”

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Warner Bros. slammed AJC’s “baseless” claims, accusing the paper of “trying to malign our filmmakers and cast.”

“The film is based on a wide range of highly credible source material. There is no disputing that Richard Jewell was an innocent man whose reputation and life were shredded by a miscarriage of justice,” Warner Bros. told Fox News. “It is unfortunate and the ultimate irony that the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, having been a part of the rush to judgment of Richard Jewell, is now trying to malign our filmmakers and cast.”

“‘Richard Jewell’ focuses on the real victim, seeks to tell his story, confirm his innocence and restore his name,” the company added. “The AJC’s claims are baseless and we will vigorously defend against them.”

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Amy McGrath Files to Challenge Mitch McConnell in Kentucky Senate Race

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Hockey Player Flirts With Anna Kendrick, And The Twitter Replies Are Hilarious

Twitter just wants to help out Anthony Beauvillier.

The New York Islanders hockey player decided to give himself the gift of confidence on Christmas this year by shooting his shot at Anna Kendrick.

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ASSOCIATED PRESS On Christmas Day, Anthony Beauvillier of the NHL’s New York Islanders took a shot at connecting with Anna Kendrick.

“Hi @AnnaKendrick47” wrote the 22-year-old forward on Twitter Wednesday, tagging the actor in his very generic post.

Given that the 34-year-old “Pitch Perfect” star is known for writing great Twitter posts …

… Users on the social media site — including a few NHL players — apparently felt the need to talk up Beauvillier a bit in the replies to his tweet. Ya know, in order to make the potential butternut squash dicer a little more appealing to the actor.

On Friday, Kendrick finally decided to respond to the over-the-top stories about Beauvillier on Twitter.

“These replies have been my entertainment for the last two days,” she wrote. “Thank you all for regaling me with the true tales of this man’s heroism.”

And although Kendrick did not seem to return Beauvillier’s flirtation, people on Twitter clearly still want to see him score.

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Disney World characters say they were inappropriately touched, groped by tourists

Three Walt Disney World employees who portray the brand’s most famous characters — Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Minnie Mouse — at its sprawling Florida resort have filed police complaints alleging they were touched inappropriately by guests and suffered injuries during some interactions.

The reports filed with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office detail incidents of alleged groping and injuries from overzealous tourists.

A woman who played Mickey Mouse said she suffered neck injuries and had to go to the hospital after a grandmother kept patting her character’s head. The employees who played Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse said they were grouped by other visitors.

“Everyone should feel safe at work, and we encourage Cast Members to come forward in any uncomfortable situation,” a Disney spokeswoman told Fox News in a statement. “We provide multiple resources to protect our Cast Members’ well-being, including on-site law enforcement officers who respond, and are available to them, if needed.”

MAN STOPPED AT DISNEY WORLD WITH GUN IN HIS BACKPACK CHARGED

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In this Jan. 31, 2017, file photo, cars travel one of the roads leading to Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Walt Disney World employees who portray Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck each filed police reports this month, claiming they were inappropriately touched by tourists. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)

The claims come after a 51-year-old park guest was arrested for allegedly groping a princess character during a November visit. Brian Sherman was visiting the park with his wife when they went to take photos with the princess in the grotto area of the Magic Kingdom.

The woman portraying the princess told authorities he touched her breasts, and Sherman was arrested and charged with battery following the incident.

On Dec. 3, a woman in her 60s asked if she could kiss a costumed Donald Duck character while in the park’s Animal Kingdom, according to reports. The 18-year-old employee portraying the famous duck said the woman touched and grabbed the character’s arms, belly, chest and face.

The woman’s family told her to stop and the employee was led into a break room by an attendant. Authorities were called but no charges were filed. The employee said he believed the woman may have had dementia.

The next day, the 36-year-old woman who plays Mickey Mouse told investigators a woman patted her on the head several times, causing it to slide down and strain her neck, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

DISNEY WORLD GUEST CLIMBS ON STAGE, DAMAGES PROP DURING CAROUSEL OF PROGRESS RIDE

The woman’s family told the paper said they weren’t aware the employee had been taken to a hospital.

“She barely touched him,” Boone Scheer said of his mother-in-law, adding she wouldn’t intentionally hurt Mickey Mouse. “It was very minimal.”

He said his mother-in-law patted Mickey to quell fears from her nearly 2-year-old grandson, who was nervous about the giant costumed character. He said no one said anything to them until they tried to check in to their Disney hotel.

“They definitely tried to insinuate it was on purpose,” Scheer said.

He said the family was confused about the park’s no-touching rule for costumed characters since they give high-fives and hugs to guests. Authorities ruled the incident a civil matter earlier this month.

The same day as the Donald Duck interaction, a man from Minnesota allegedly groped the chest of the employee playing Minnie Mouse three times while giving her a hug, according to authorities. She identified the 61-year-old man days later but decided not to press charges.

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The man, a Disney Vacation Club member, also allegedly had “an inappropriate interaction” with a cast member on Dec. 5 in the Magic Kingdom. No details of that incident were provided.

“As a result, he was trespassed from all of Walt Disney World property, to exclude the Saratoga Springs resort,” the sheriff’s report said.

Disney employees have become easy targets, according to a Sentinel report that looked at the physical and verbal abuse they endure from park visitors. Law enforcement reports have documented guests screaming, physically attacking and sexually harassing park employees.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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