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Entertainment Weekly

April 22, 2017
Luis-Fonsi-&-Daddy-Yankee's-'Despacito'-Remix-Feat
Luis-Fonsi-&-Daddy-Yankee's-'Despacito'-Remix-Feat

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Get ready to hear this on repeat. When it comes to Atif Aslam, you don't have a choice. Aslam released his new single Hoor Hoor from the Bollywood movie Hindi Medium on Wednesday. Composed by Sachin Jigar, with lyrics penned by Priya Saraiya, calling the song a romantic blockbuster is no premature claim because we know where its headed with vocals like that.

Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's monster hit "Despacito" got even bigger when a remix featuring Justin Bieber singing in español premiered this week -- and it had the biggest music debut of 2017 on YouTube, according to the video-sharing site.In just 24 hours, the new version of the reggaetón chart-topper, which dropped Monday, garnered approximately 20 million views worldwide on YouTube -- making it the biggest debut of a music video on the platform this year so far.

Julia Roberts Made History as People's "Most Beautiful" Woman for a Fifth Time. The 49-year-old actress has been named the Most Beautiful Woman in the World in People's May 1 issue, the magazine announced Wednesday.

Prince Harry said in a recent and rare, candid interview on a podcast released by The Telegraph newspaper that he shut down his emotions following Princess Diana's death and had "probably been very close to a complete breakdown on numerous occasions" over the years as he dealt with his grief. Following persuasion from his brother Prince William to seek professional help, he finally sought counseling. On Wednesday, Harry made his first appearance since the interview, opening the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon Expo.

Netflix invested heavily in bringing Dave Chappelle back with his first comedy specials in a over a decade.
Entertainment Weekly reports that Netflix told its shareholders in a first quarter report that Chappelle’s specials were their most viewed comedy specials ever. “The triumphant return of a comedy legend in Dave Chappelle: Collection 1 was our most viewed comedy special ever,” the company stated in a letter to shareholders.

Actor Jude Law has been roped in to play the role of young Albus Dumbledore in the upcoming Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Themfilms, reported Variety . Other actors considered by Warner Bros were Christian Bale and Jared Harris. Director David Yates, who helmed the last four Harry Potter film in addition to Eddie Redmayne's Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Themwill return to direct Jude Law.

-Compiled by Mariam Nihal


April 22, 2017
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