Season 14 winner of The Voice, Brynn Cartelli has released a music video for her first single ‘Walk My Way’.
Former NBC Today Show host, Megyn Kelly, is nearing her official exit deal. According to The Wallstreet Journal, Kelly is expected to make the remaining balance on her contract, reportedly worth $69 Million.
Comcast, the parent company of NBC, is currently negotiating the exit deal with Kelly’s lawyers. WSJ expects a deal to be made early next week.
Former WWE Champion, AJ Styles, is reportedly working on a new contract with the WWE. According to SEScoops, Styles is looking to slow down on his next contract.
The deal would be a 3 year deal like his current one. However, Styles wants to work fewer house shows, much like Randy Orton. Styles has been urging WWE officials to take the WWE title off him in hopes of being able to take some off time from the road.
New Japan Pro Wrestling is rumored to be interested in bringing Styles back to the promotion. AJ Styles is getting ready to celebrate his third anniversary with the WWE in January.
Country music’s rising star, Maren Morris, was on The Bobby Bones Show and announced (albeit informally) that new music would begin to be released in January 2019.
Bones asked Morris when they can expect new music and Morris answered “January’.
Morris would go on to say “No one is ready for new music than me. I’ve played ‘My Church’ 5 Bazillion times. I can’t wait to play something new”.
In what should be a sigh of relief for Ring of Honor management, World Champion Jay Lethal has signed a new deal with the promotion. With the news that Cody is officially leaving the promotion as of December 14th and the Bucks and Hangman Paige all seem to be leaving as well, having Lethal signed to a concrete deal is good.
Lethal is scheduled to defend his title against Cody at the December 14th Final Battle event. Cody has said that he plans on winning the title and defending it in free agency.
Lethal is on his second world title run with the company and has become the longest reigning champion with both reigns combined.
Cody Rhodes has confirmed that he is leaving Ring of Honor Wrestling. In a Tweet, Cody addressed his last match for the company will be on December 14’s Final Battle show where Cody will be his last official date with the company.
Jay was the first match I had in ROH two years ago. He will be my last. And I will take the World Championship into free agency. 🌎 https://t.co/6qlrg6d8vZ
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) November 15, 2018
Cody has been working on a handshake agreement with ROH since September. IF Cody wins the ROH title, it will be interesting to see where the ROH title shows up. I’d also be interested to see if this helps launch a potential wrestling promotion.
Jim Acosta has been given his press credentials by a judge. After Acosta refused to yield his time at a Presidential Press Conference. Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on to claim that Acosta put his hands on a White House intern, which did not happen.
The Late Late Show host, James Corden, went on a 4 Am work out with Mark Walhberg. In late night fashion, they had a camera crew with them.
The former contestant on The Voice, Casi Joy released her cover of ‘Let it Be’ by the Beatles. Check it out.
With all of the pain, loss, and division this country has been challenged with recently, I have been listening to this song a lot. To me, it symbolizes peace, and that everything is gonna be alright. It’s been the most sacred song to me since I heard it when I was 14, and I hope it brings you a little peace and comfort tonight. Since this song is so special to me, Bryan and I decided to brave the 24 degree weather, and make the video a little more shnazzy #LetItBe The Beatles
IMPACT Wrestling has their week of TV tapings in Las Vegas, Nevada. From Sam’s Town Live, IMPACT had a really good week of tapings. I drove from Los Angeles to Vegas to watch night one of the tapings and I was immensely impressed.
A few things to note from the TV taping that I witnessed.
They started right on time. On night one, the show seemed sold out. I am going to reach out to IMPACT and see if they were sold out. The tapings were essentially a fast-paced version of the show. I really enjoyed the wrestling side of the tapings from start to finish. They only had two major promos and we didn’t see any backstage shots.
I hope that IMPACT decides to make their TV product more like the tapings: Less backstage stuff, less craziness, and focus on in-ring action. If IMPACT can cut the fat from their TV tapings, they should do it.