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It’s finally here — Broadway’s version of the Super Bowl — and EW’s own Melissa Rose Bernardo and Thom Geier have already firmed up who they think are going to win the big trophies at the Tonys on Sunday evening. It’s one of the most unpredictable years on record, so that, plus fourth time host Neil Patrick Harris (click here for our recent interview with Harris) and the promise of a boatload of show performances should make for one good time. (See below on how you can join us for the Tonys live).
In the land of Off Broadway, however, there are still quite a few new openings this week, including a quite-pregnant and lovely-as-ever Kelli O’Hara returning to the stage for the first time since her Tony-nommed performance in Nice Work If You Can Get It and Glee’s Jane Lynch takes on the Great White Way for the very first time (click on the links below for the full reviews): READ FULL STORY
The Summer Games of the 30th Olympiad, or, as we prefer to call it, London XXX, have descended upon the land of cricket and crumpets. And EW’s got every last day of Olympics action covered, starting with tonight’s broadcast of the Opening Ceremony. Join Mandi Bierly, Jeff Labrecque, and me at 7:30 p.m. ET tonight as we live blog all the pomp and pageantry when 10,500 athletes from 204 countries–and one very special flame–make their way into London’s Olympic Stadium.
Set your alarm clocks, PopWatchers! EW is live-blogging the wedding of Wills and Kate, starting at the not-so-jolly-old hour of 5:15 a.m. ET Friday. In addition to the colorful commentary you’ve come to expect from our live blogs, we’ll be featuring a live video feed direct from Westminster Abbey. Huzzah!
Our own Hillary Busis and Christian Blauvelt will be your hosts for the joyous occasion, along with some friends from our sister publication, InStyle. Put the kettle on and join us, won’t you? The live blog is after the jump! READ FULL STORY