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Party Report: Kiana Ledé Slays Soho House (Photos)

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It’s odd that a musician who has climbed above the noise with 50 million streams across YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music — objective metrics of unqualified success — is still on the verge of a bigger break, yet, that’s where Kiana Lede sits. The 20-year-old begins releasing a stream of original bluesy pop singles over the next few months, though she could own a stage at New Orleans’ Jazz Fest if it were tonight. For now, the singer and actress — known to many for playing Zoe on MTV’s “Scream” reboot — slayed an 11-song set for an intimate crowd of »

- Mikey Glazer

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9 Things You Didn’t See on TV From the New England Patriots v Oakland Raiders in Mexico City

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Trump’s dreams of building a wall didn’t stop NFL fans from flooding to Mexico City this weekend, as the New England Patriots took on the Oakland Raiders at Estadio Azteca Stadium. It was the first trip south of the border for Tom Brady and co., while the Raiders — who treated it as a home game — were down there last year against the Houston Texans. While most viewers watched from home or in sports bars via CBS, TheWrap ventured down to Mexico City for the historic game. Also Read: Tom Brady Calls Trump's NFL Player Protest Remarks 'Divisive' (Audio) Here are nueve. »

- Debbie Emery

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‘Search Party’ Ep Teases Season 2: ‘They Murdered a Man’ and Someone ‘Knows Their Secret’

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Search Party” was an appropriate title for the freshman season of TBS’ hit dark comedy about a young New Yorker who enlists her friends to search for a missing girl. But now that their search is over – and, as it turned out, she wasn’t missing at all – will they have to change the name of the show? “There’s still a search happening because there’s a dead person, and there is an investigation into who he is and who killed him,” executive producer and co-creator, Michael Showalter, tells TheWrap. “So, in a way, they were doing the searching in. »

- Rosemary Rossi

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WWE ‘Survivor Series': Watch The Shield Triple Power-Bomb Kofi Kingston From the Ropes (Video)

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It’s a new day, yes it is. Three-man WWE tag-team The New Day did not survive the opening match of Sunday’s “Survivor Series.” Fellow threesome The Shield just dropped the opposing trio — some members from greater heights than others. The “Monday Night Raw” representatives conquered the “SmackDown Live” one in pretty killer fashion — just ask Kofi Kingston’s back. And neck. And whomever will have to help him walk to and from the bathroom tonight. Also Read: Becky Lynch Shares Next Milestones for WWE's 'Women's Revolution' Watch the recently reunited Shield — Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose — triple power-bomb the. »

- Tony Maglio

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‘Three Billboards’ and ‘Lady Bird’ Stay Strong at Indie Box Office

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The two Oscar contenders that have dominated the indie box office, Fox Searchlight’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and A24’s “Lady Bird,” continued to fire on all cylinders as they continued their expansion, with both films cracking the top 10 among all movies this weekend. In its second weekend, “Three Billboards” expanded to 53 screens and grossed $1.11 million for a per screen average of $21,038. “Lady Bird,” meanwhile, continued its own strong run by expanding to 238 screens in its third weekend and making $2.5 million for a PSA of $10,630 and a cume of $4.7 million. “Lady Bird” will expand »

- Jeremy Fuster

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