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Tim Roth to Receive Honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award

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Tim Roth to Receive Honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award
British actor Tim Roth is to receive the Honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award in recognition of his “exceptional contribution to the art of film.” The ceremony at the Sarajevo Film Festival will be held on Tuesday. He will hold a masterclass on the same day.

His first screen role was the lead in the controversial Prix Italia award-winning TV movie “Made in Britain.” Roth’s second project came immediately after, starring in Mike Leigh’s critically acclaimed film “Meantime.” As his success continued, Roth starred in more than 15 film and television projects including Stephen Frears’ “The Hit,” for which he won the Standard Award for best newcomer, Peter Greenaway’s “The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover,” Tom Stoppard’s “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” and Robert Altman’s “Vincent and Theo,” in which he portrayed Vincent Van Gogh.

Roth gained worldwide recognition for his roles in two Quentin Tarantino films,
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See Sleater-Kinney Perform ‘Stripped Down’ Version of New Song ‘Broken’

See Sleater-Kinney Perform ‘Stripped Down’ Version of New Song ‘Broken’
Ahead of the release of Sleater-Kinney’s The Center Won’t Hold this Friday, Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein have provided one last preview from their new LP: The now-duo filmed an acoustic, low-key version of the song “Broken” – with Tucker on vocals and Brownstein on piano – and uploaded the performance to YouTube on Wednesday.

“We wanted to share this live and stripped down version of our song ‘Broken,'” the band wrote of the song on YouTube. “It’s a song about trying to stay strong in the face of trespass and trauma.
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Sleater-Kinney’s ‘The Center Won’t Hold’ is a Vital Response to a Disconnected World

Sleater-Kinney’s ‘The Center Won’t Hold’ is a Vital Response to a Disconnected World
Sleater-Kinney deliver the goods almost immediately on their new LP, on a title track that begins with industrial clangs, then explodes into rock fury rivaling anything in their catalog, a barrage of Nevermind-grade guitar blasts pacing Corin Tucker’s cathartic, paint-peeling howls. She paraphrases the famous “Things fall apart, the center cannot hold” line from Yeats’ “The Second Coming.” Tucker might be describing a psyche, a relationship, or planetary climate change: Pick your nearly lost cause.

The Center Won’t Hold is S-k’s first studio set since No Cities to Love,
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Hear Kim Petras’ Gloomy New Trap-Pop Song ‘All I Do Is Cry’

Hear Kim Petras’ Gloomy New Trap-Pop Song ‘All I Do Is Cry’
Kim Petras veers into moody trap-pop with her new song “All I Do Is Cry.” The singer-songwriter vents about heartbreak throughout the track, which — in contrast to her other, more club-friendly singles — recalls the emo-rap vibe of Juice Wrld.

“I need you more than air/I see you everywhere,” Petras sings on the cut over a booming beat and tranquil guitar pattern. “Nobody else compares/I don’t go anywhere.” On the chorus, she admits, “All I do is cry about you/I don’t wanna die without you.” The
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Hear Kim Petras’ New Disco-Infused Song ‘Sweet Spot’

Hear Kim Petras’ New Disco-Infused Song ‘Sweet Spot’
German pop star Kim Petras released her latest disco-infused single, “Sweet Spot,” on Monday, accompanied by a retro lyric video. The four-on-the-floor dance track is club-ready and just in time to be a potential Song of the Summer contender.

The new song follows Petras’ prior singles “Broken,” “Blow It All” and “Got My Number.” She’s set to kick off her first sold-out headlining tour in North America next month, playing shows in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Chicago and more. The tour will include a performance at World Pride NYC at
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‘American Idol’: Wade Cota was robbed of a place in the Top 3, say 56% of season 17 viewers

‘American Idol’: Wade Cota was robbed of a place in the Top 3, say 56% of season 17 viewers
On Sunday’s “American Idol,” two of the Top 5 contestants were eliminated: Laci Kaye Booth and Wade Cota. Although they performed at the top of their game, in the end their three rival finalists got more of America’s votes. That leading trio of vote-getters as revealed by Ryan Seacrest are: Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy and Madison VanDenburg. (Vote in our ‘American Idol’ winner poll.)

This result meant that Laci and Wade fell just short of making the Top 3. We asked you which of these two talents to be sent home was robbed of a place in the finale next Sunday (May 19). By a margin of 56% to 44% “(as of this writing), “American Idol” viewers favor Wade over Laci.

Wade, a 27-year-old musician from Phoenix, had never been in the bottom 2 before. Conversely, Laci — a 23-year-old college student from Livingston TX — only made it to the semi-final after she inspired Luke Bryan,
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Which of the ‘American Idol’ Top 5 was robbed of a place in the season 17 finale: Laci Kaye Booth or Wade Cota? [Poll]

Which of the ‘American Idol’ Top 5 was robbed of a place in the season 17 finale: Laci Kaye Booth or Wade Cota? [Poll]
The May 12 episode of “American Idol” showcased the Top 5. Each of the finalists sang three songs: one in honor of Mother’s Day, another chosen by mentor Bobby Bones, and a third from the Elton John back catalog. As with the last three Sunday shows, this episode aired live nationwide. America got to vote for their favorites in real-time, with the results revealed by host Ryan Seacrest at the end of the episode.

The top three vote-getters — Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy and Madison VanDenburg — will contend in the final next week. And the bottom two — Laci Kaye Booth and Wade Cota — were bounced from the competition.

Which of this pair do you think was robbed of a place in the Top 3? Take a look at the list of songs they’ve sung throughout the competition and then cast your ballot for the artist you will miss most as season 17 of
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Wade Cota on ‘American Idol’: ‘Through the Valley’ is his best song on season 17 so far

Wade Cota has gotten to the top 5 on the ABC revival of “American Idol” based on his nine performances to date beginning with his rendition of “Work Song” by Hozier back on March 31. That cover did well when we asked viewers to pick his best song, earning a solid 16%. However, leading the way with 28% was Wade’s rendition on the Top 6 show of the Shawn James hit “Through the Valley.” And “Idol” fans liked his other song that night too as “With A Little Help From My Friends” by The Beatles merited 17% of the total tally.

At the other end of the scale are some of Wade’s more recent efforts with his Top 8 cover of the Queen classic “We Are the Champions” registering just 2%. Also figuring in the bottom three are his Top 10 performance of “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” from “Toy Story” and his Top 20 duet
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‘American Idol’ Top 5 power rankings from best to worst: Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy, Wade Cota …

‘American Idol’ Top 5 power rankings from best to worst: Alejandro Aranda, Laine Hardy, Wade Cota  …
In advance of the final five taking to stage on Sunday’s live “American Idol,” we wanted to know who viewers were backing to win season 17. Alejandro Aranda garnered a whopping 40% support in our poll. Laine Hardy, his closest rival more ways than one, is next with 31%. They lead out power rankings from best to worst and are all but certain to number among the Top 3 revealed by Ryan Seacrest at the end of the show on May 12.

Of the other three contestants, Wade Cota looks the likeliest to round out the roster of finalists. He has 15% of the total tally. The two women still standing — Laci Kaye Booth and Madison Vandenburg — did not break into double digits with 6% and 8% of the vote by “American Idol” fans respectively.

Which of the Top 5 do you think will be crowned winner of “American Idol” on May 21? If you haven’t voted in our poll yet,
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‘American Idol’ Top 5 predictions: Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg will be eliminated on May 12

Laci Kaye Booth is almost certain to face elimination on “American Idol” this Sunday according to the results of our poll of viewers. She only made the final five on last Sunday’s episode when Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie decided to use their one judges save of the season to keep her in the competition. But she has earned only a measly 6% in our survey of “American Idol” fans heading into the Top 5 show on May 12.

The other contestant joining her in the bottom two is likely to be Madison VanDenburg who merited a mere 8% in our poll results. All five singers still in the competition will take to the stage on Sunday to perform a trio of tunes. Each will sing a song from the Elton John catalog, another picked out by mentor Bobby Bones and a third in honor of Mother’s Day.

Of the
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Wade Cota on ‘American Idol’: What is his best song on season 17? [Poll]

Wade Cota has an outside chance of winning season 17 of “American Idol.” This 27-year-old musician hails from Phoenix. He has gotten to the top 5 on the ABC revival of this reality competition series based on his nine performances to date beginning with the Top 40 back on March 31. Which of these has been your favorite so far? Vote in our poll below and then sound off in our comments section with your thoughts on this reboot of “American Idol.”

Do you think that Cota’s finest musical moment was one of the two tunes he sang on the May 5 episode that saw the Top 6 reduced to the final five? Those songs were by The Beatles (“With A Little Help From My Friends”) and Shawn James (“Through The Valley”). Or was it his first time in the spotlight when he won over judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie with his
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Who will win ‘American Idol’ season 17: Alejandro Aranda, Laci Kaye Booth, Wade Cota, Laine Hardy or Madison VanDenburg? [Poll]

Who will win ‘American Idol’ season 17: Alejandro Aranda, Laci Kaye Booth, Wade Cota, Laine Hardy or Madison VanDenburg? [Poll]
We are down to the final five on season 17 of “American Idol.” On May 5, the Top 7 took to the stage to sing two songs: one celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival and the other that was styled as an inspirational showstopper. After the results of the public vote were revealed by Ryan Seacrest, the five contestants still standing are: Alejandro Aranda, Laci Kaye Booth, Wade Cota, Laine Hardy and Madison VanDenburg.

Laci only made it into the Top 5 when judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie opted to use their one save of the season. They chose her over Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon. Do you think this was the right decision? Be sure to cast your vote in our poll. Does Laci’s near-elimination mean that she is out of the running to be crowned the winner of “American Idol” on May 19?

After reviewing the rundown of
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‘American Idol’ Top 5 power rankings: Madison VanDenburg and Alejandro Aranda topple Laine Hardy

‘American Idol’ Top 5 power rankings: Madison VanDenburg and Alejandro Aranda topple Laine Hardy
The top five contestants for Season 17 of “American Idol” have been revealed and will sing for America’s vote once again on Sunday, May 12. Judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie used their only save to keep Laci Kaye Booth in the competition, eliminating Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon. Gold Derby will continue our weekly power rankings to show which artist is on top and who is in danger of heading home during their quest for the title. Don’t agree with our assessment? Sound off in the comments and head over to our prediction center to influence our racetrack odds for who will be crowned the Season 17 champ. Below is our Top 5 power rankings.

1. Madison VanDenburg

(Top 40: “Who’s Lovin’ You”; Top 20 Solo: “Domino”; Top 20 Duet: “We Belong” with Pat Benatar; Top 14: “Fallin'”; Top 14 Results: “You & I”; Top 10: “How Far I’ll Go”; Top 8: “The Show Must Go On,
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‘American Idol’ winner predictions: Alejandro Aranda better watch out for Laine Hardy

‘American Idol’ winner predictions: Alejandro Aranda better watch out for Laine Hardy
On the May 5 episode of “American Idol,” the Top 6 sang two songs each: one that was inspirational and the other from the summer of 1969 in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock music festival. Four of the half dozen contestants made it through based on their votes from the public: Alejandro Aranda, Wade Cota, Laine Hardy and Madison VanDenburg. A fifth, Laci Kaye Booth, got the judges save while the other artist in the bottom two, Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, was eliminated.

We asked for your predictions as to which of these remaining five finalists will go all the way to win season 17. “Idol” fans are divided between two of the artists: Alejandro Aranda has 41% of the viewers vote as of this writing and Laine Hardy is at 30%. While Alejandro is about where he was last week (40%), Laine has added five points to his total. Much of that support comes from fans of Jeremiah.
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‘American Idol’ Top 5: Who will win season 17? [Poll]

‘American Idol’ Top 5: Who will win season 17? [Poll]
American Idol” ended Sunday’s live episode with a shocker after Ryan Seacrest revealed the last of the four artists from the Top 6 to make the cut. Judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie opted to use their single save of the season to throw a lifeline to Laci Kaye Booth, one of the two eliminated contestants. That meant Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon was the only Top 6 finalist eliminated on May 5. (Did the judges save the right contestant?)

The four leading vote-getters were:Alejandro Aranda, Wade Cota, Laine Hardy and Madison VanDenburg. Do you think one of them will win season 17 or can Laci pull off an upset? Review the playlist of the songs that each of the Top 5 has sung to date. Then vote in our winner poll at the bottom of this post and be sure to sound off on your favorites in the comments section.

See ‘American
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‘American Idol’ Top 6 power rankings: Laine Hardy closes in on Alejandro Aranda heading into May 5 show

On May 5, the “American Idol” Top 6 will sing two songs apiece: one will be inspirational (as chosen by Grammy-winning Christian singer Lauren Daigle) while the other will date back to the summer of 1969 in honor of the 5oth anniversary of the Woodstock music festival. At the end of the live two-hour show, Ryan Seacrest will reveal the four artists to make it through based on the public vote.

Idol” fans still give the edge to Alejandro Aranda to win season 17. His audition video went viral and he continues to lead our viewers poll as he has all season long. As of this writing, he has a solid 38% of the total tally. But Laine Hardy is coming on strong. Last week, he registered 22% support; this week he is up to 26%.

Of the other four artists still in the competition, only two break into double digits in our power rankings: Wade Cota
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‘American Idol’ Top 4 predictions: Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg will be eliminated unless they get judges save

‘American Idol’ Top 4 predictions: Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg will be eliminated unless they get judges save
Sunday’s “American Idol” episode showcases the Top 6 who will sing two songs each: one that is inspirational and the other from 50 years ago. If the viewers vote along the lines of their responses to our recent survey, it will be the end of the road for the two remaining women in the competition: Laci Kaye Booth and be Madison VanDenburg. They earned a mere 6% and 8% respectively in our poll.

Two of the four fellows still standing also look like they could be in trouble: Wade Cota has just 12% of the vote count while Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon sits at just 10%. Adding together the support for these four contestants comes to 36% of the total.

That sum is easily eclipsed by Alejandro Aranda, who has registered an impressive 38%. His closest competition, Laine Hardy, has risen to 26% of the vote to date.

The only way to escape elimination on Sunday is to be saved by Luke Bryan,
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‘American Idol’ Top 6 predictions: Laci Kaye Booth and Madison VanDenburg will be eliminated on May 5

Laci Kaye Booth is all but certain to face elimination on “American Idol” this Sunday according to the results of our poll of viewers. She made the Top 8 on last Sunday’s Queen Night episode. But she has earned only a measly 6% in our survey of “American Idol” fans heading into the Top 6 show on May 5.

The other contestant joining her in the bottom two is likely to be Madison VanDenburg who merited a mere 8% in our poll results. Each can only avoid elimination if they are saved by judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie who can invoke this power just one time in season 17.

All six singers still in the competition will take to the stage on Sunday to perform inspirational tunes. Of the other four artitsts, Wade Cota and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon look the most vulnerable. Wade has only 12% support while Jeremiah is at 10%. Combined, these
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‘American Idol’ Top 6 power rankings: Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon is back on top after emotional ‘Queen Week’

‘American Idol’ Top 6 power rankings: Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon is back on top after emotional ‘Queen Week’
The top six contestants for Season 17 of “American Idol” have been revealed and will each sing inspirational songs for America’s vote on Sunday, May 5. Judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie have one save to use this season should they feel the wrong artist is voted off. Gold Derby will continue our weekly power rankings to show which artist is on top and who is in danger of heading home during their quest for the title. Don’t agree with our assessment? Sound off in the comments and head over to our prediction center to influence our racetrack odds for who will be crowned the Season 17 champ. Below is our Top 6 power rankings.

1. Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon

(Top 40: “Landslide”; Top 20 Solo: “(To) Make You Feel My Love”; Top 20 Duet: “Time After Time” with Cynthia Erivo; Top 14: “We All Fall in Love Sometimes”; Top 14 Results: “Almost Heaven”; Top
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‘American Idol’ predictions: Alejandro Aranda still ahead to win but Laine Hardy is coming on strong

‘American Idol’ predictions: Alejandro Aranda still ahead to win but Laine Hardy is coming on strong
On the April 28 episode of “American Idol,” the Top 8 sang songs from the Queen back catalogue and two of them were eliminated. We asked for your predictions as to which of the remaining six will go all the way to win season 17. You overwhelmingly backed two of the contestants: Alejandro Aranda got 40% of your vote in our survey of viewers while Laine Hardy earned 25%.

If you haven’t voted in our poll yet, scroll down to review the songs that the Top 6 have sung throughout the competition and then cast a ballot for your favorite. And be sure to sound off on this ABC revival of “American Idol” in the comments section.

Of the other four artists still in the competition, only two — Wade Cota and Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon — merited double digit support with the former at 11% and the latter with 10% of the total tally. Madison Vandenburg is at 8% while
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