POST IT NOTES: HOTTEST HEADLINES ON 10/9
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President Barack Obama is making plans to talk with Republican lawmakers at the White House in the coming days as pressure builds on both sides to resolve their deadlock over the federal debt limit and the partial government shutdown.
After bashing the late night talk show host for making a parody of his BBC interview, Mr. West is stopping by Kimmel’s show Thursday night for an appearance. Maybe the two entertainers can hug it out and squash what Kimmel describes as a “rap feud” by the end of the episode?
Drake, Robin Thicke and Macklemore are preparing to hit the stage for The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!! — Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night, hosted by LL Cool J. The one-hour special will air on CBS starting at 10 p.m. ET on December 6.
The NFL will play three regular-season games at London’s Wembley Stadium next year, hosted by the Jaguars, Falcons and Raiders. The league announced Tuesday at its fall meetings that it was expanding its international series. It will be the most games the league has played abroad in one year.
The Kentucky politician was expected to deliver the keynote address at an awards dinner hosted by the Coalition of African American Pastors. The event honors members of the African American Christian community and the ceremony precedes CAAP’s 8th Annual Leadership Conference, hosted in conjunction with the Frederick Douglass Foundation and The Heritage Foundation.
The artist hit us with the hilarious art cover featuring Dave Chapelle for his comeback single in August, and now he’s returning with a video teaser. The legendary singer doesn’t quite make an appearance, but the 30-second clip features dancers grooving to his new tune. Check it out for yourself.
The co-star of TNT’s Rizolli & Isles, who committed suicide in August, had a history of bipolar disorder. He was taking medication and suffered from depression at the time of his death. He “appeared okay” when he last spoke with his doctor on Aug. 14, the Los Angeles County Coroner report said.