Hodor Actor To Go On 'Game Of Thrones'-themed DJ Tour
Hodor Actor To Go On 'Game Of Thrones'-themed DJ Tour
Scott Disick Promotes a Personal Appearance on New Year's Eve Nightclub
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Hodor. Hodor. Hodor. Irish actor Kristian Nairn, who — you guessed it — plays Hodor on HBO’s Game of Thrones, is heading to Australia in August to headline a limited run of DJ tour dates. It is called “Rave of Thrones,” because that’s a pretty good pun. Here’s the catch (in Westeros, there’s always a catch): You have to dress up, GOT style. That means you can be anything from a Lannister to a direwolf to Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, the First of Her Name, the Unburnt, Queen of Meereen, Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains and Mother of Dragons.
Even though he is still in rehab, Scott Disick posted on his Instagram page on Wednesday, a promo for a personal appearance on New Year's Eve at the nightclub 1OAK in Las Vegas, where he has often made celebrity appearances. He wrote, "Vegas I'm back @1OAKLV for #NYE2016!” The nightclub's Instagram page also promoted Scott's upcoming appearance. It is unclear if he plans to remain in treatment by New Year's Eve. According to source who spoke to E! News earlier this month Scott was "doing really well." "He took a real break from work and partying to focus on himself. He hasn't sounded this good in ages. He says he's feeling great." Scott and Kourtney, had broken up around the Fourth of July holiday, after he had embarked on a month-long partying bender abroad and was photographed looking cozy with another woman. He has not commented. It is unclear if he plans to spend Thanksgiving with Kourtney and their kids, or how he plans to spend the holiday at all. The two, who have been in touch since their split, recently reunited without their children for lunch at a restaurant near her home.
An Alabama death row inmate who was seeking to overturn his murder conviction has died. Cissy Jackson, attorney for inmate Donnis Musgrove, said he died of Lung Cancer Wednesday night at Alabama's Donaldson correctional facility. His defense team went to federal court in August, seeking an expedited stay due to Musgrave's deteriorating health. Until his death he maintained his innocence.
Lady Gaga is keeping herself busy these days, with music, fashion, acting and more. Early this morning, Gaga was spotted leaving a recording studio in Kings Cross in London with record producer and “Uptown Funk” hottie Mark Ronson. The fashionista also announced today that she’ll be edition the January issue of V Magazine (Issue 99), posting a cool photo/teaser of the cover. In addition, the American Horror Story actress hilariously poked fun of her short stature (Gags stands at 5′ 1″, which you’d never know because she always wears amazing/amazingly high heels). Photographed with model Karlie Kloss (6′ 1″) at the British Fashion Awards, Karlie posted in awe of Gaga’s heels. Lastly, in honor of her late friends Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen, Gaga has joined the Isabella Blow Foundation. Blow and McQueen’s beloved legacies live on thanks to their close friends Guinness and Gaga. The Isabella Blow Foundation “seeks to honour the memory of Isabella Blow, to support aspiring art and fashion students and to facilitate further research in the fields of depression and mental health.”
Donald Trump has denied claims that he mocked a New York Times journalist whose disability he appeared to mimic during a campaign speech. Trump derided reporter Serge Kovaleski Tuesday night in a speech to supporters. Trump criticized Kovaleski's while flailing and twisting his arms. Trump said, in a statement, that he did not know what Kovalski looked like or what his level of intelligence is. The Times isn't buying it, telling the website Politico “We think it’s outrageous that he would ridicule the appearance of one of our reporters.”
After nearly a week on maximum alert following the Islamic State attacks in Paris, the Belgium Government is lowered the security threat level in Brussels. The reduction to threat level three, from threat level four, brings the capital into line with the rest of the country. Brussels was on maximum alert as police hunted a local suspect who was involved in the Paris attacks as well as accomplices the government said might be planning similar attacks in Brussels.
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