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Girl Rising Documentary Premieres Ahead of On-Demand Release

Girl Rising, a documentary spotlighting the impact of education on underprivileged girls, held its world premiere Wednesday ahead of its groundbreaking, on-demand theatrical debut.

Held at New York's Paris Theatre, the premiere drew the likes of Girls star Allison Williams, Blue Bloods actress Sami Gayle, Grimm's Claire Coffee, Jeff Zucker, Lauren Bush Lauren, and journalists ...
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Housewives of Beverly Hills' Adrienne Maloof, Vivica A. Fox Among Judges for Miss Universe

Reality star Adrienne Maloof and actress Vivica A. Fox are among those judging this year's Miss Universe Pageant.

The two-hour competition will be broadcast from Sao Paulo and composed of contestants representing some 90 countries. They'll compete in swimsuit, evening gown and interview categories.

The full list of judges, which NBC announced Wednesday:

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Clubhouse Playhouse!
After Show: Connie's Celebrity Free Pass
Connie Spills the Tea
Connie Chung Sings Farewell

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Year Title Description
2010 Washington in the '70s TV Show Series, Remarks by
2009 Washington in the 60s TV Show Series, Narrator
2006 Weekends with Maury and Connie TV Show Series, Host
2006 Generation Boom TV Show Series, Remarks by
2003 Connie Chung Tonight TV Show Series, Host

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Connie's Last Laugh
Her MSNBC swan song's become a huge online hit

If you haven't seen Connie Chung's swan song on her MSNBC show Weekends with Connie and Maury, you're one of the few. Her parody of "Thanks for the Memory" — warbled off-key while she writhed on top of a piano in a slinky gown — has become the watercooler video clip of the moment. The segment racked up thousands of views on and was dissected on Today and the cable news channels. The Biz spoke with Chung, who left for a family vacation before she became a singing sensation, to discuss this surprise phenomenon. We can report that the veteran newswoman is having more than a few laughs over all the attention. Clearly doing the song was a joke. You've done stuff like read more

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