No one could shut down Bette Midler at the Tony Awards — not even the orchestra.
“Dear Evan Hansen,” the teen-angst driven musical about a high school outsider, won the top prize at Sunday’s Tony Awards while ‘Oslo’ won Best Play.
Platt is nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical for his star turn in “Dear Evan Hansen.”
‘Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet’ and ‘Hello, Dolly!’ lead the 71st Tony Award nominations.
Sure, Bette Midler is a star and “Hello, Dolly!” is a classic. But is the Tony Award-winning musical any, well, good?
Time to borrow your roommate/best friend/significant other/random work colleague’s Netflix password.
Celebrities took to Twitter to express their annoyance, bemusement and general outrage throughout the 90-minute town hall face-off—and we collected just a few of their best reactions.
Has Kanye West hijacked Kim Kardashian West’s Twitter account? That’s what Bette Midler fans are thinking this morning after Kardashian unleashed some scathing late-night tweets at the Jewish diva.
In what seems like an overdue casting, Bette Midler announced she will return to Broadway in a 2017 revival of “Hello, Dolly!” Do you hear that? That’s the sound of tickets already selling out.
What’s better than mocking a Kim Kardashian tweet? Hearing Bette Midler sing them out loud. The Broadway star did just that during an appearance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’