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Chris Martin Says Beyonce Turned Down One of His Songs Because She Thought It Was 'Awful'

Chris Martin takes Beyonce’s opinion very seriously.

The Coldplay frontman admits in the newest issue of Rolling Stone magazine that Jay Z’s wife is very honest with him when it comes to music. Martin recalls when he had Beyonce listen to a track called “Hook Up,” and she quickly turned it down. “In the sweetest possible way: She told me, ‘I really like you – but this is awful,’” he said.

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Clearly Martin did not take the remark personally as he just performed with Beyonce at Sunday’s Super Bowl 50 and she also agreed to sing on Coldplay’s new song, “Hymn for the Weekend.”

She even told ET exclusively that the best part about the halftime show was to “see Coldplay.”

The 38-year-old singer also opened up to the music magazine about another woman in his life, his ex-wife Gwyneth Paltrow. “I have a very wonderful separation-divorce,” he said. “It’s a divorce – but it’s a weird one.”

He’s also not too keen on the word divorce itself. “I don’t think about that word very often,” Martin added. “I don’t see it that way. I see it as more like you meet someone, you have some time together and things just move through.”

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Paltrow showed her support for Martin when she came to to the Super Bowl with their two children, Apple and Moses. Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy, also hung out with the actress and her kids.

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Report: New York Knicks fire head coach Derek Fisher

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According to ESPN, the New York Knicks have fired head coach Derek Fisher.

Fisher was hired last season by Knicks president Phil Jackson as part of a team and culture overhaul.

In Fisher’s first year, the Knicks went a franchise-worst 17-65. This season, the Knicks are more respectable 23-31, but have lost nine of their last ten games, in danger of falling out of the playoffs.

Still, the move comes as a total shock, as Fisher’s job seemed secure with Jackson in place.

The Knicks have placed an emphasis on a slow, proper rebuild, and it seemed Fisher’s development as a head coach — after going straight from playing to coaching — would be met with patience.

However, Frank Isola of the New York Daily News reported that Knicks owner James Dolan was growing impatient with the team’s recent struggles and disagreed with Fisher’s recent comments that missing the playoffs this season would not be a big deal for the Knicks.

Early reports say that assistant coach Kurt Rambis will be the interim coach. However, with a loaded coaching market this offseason — Tom Thibodeau, David Blatt, Jeff Hornacek, Kevin McHale, to name a few — the Knicks will have a wide pool of candidates to look at. ESPN’s Brian Windhorst said Warriors assistant coach Luke Walton (who coached the team this season while Steve Kerr was out) and former Nuggets coach Brian Shaw are expected to be the top candidates.

Fisher’s record with the Knicks was 40-96.

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Gilmore Girls Revival: Kelly Bishop Teases Widow Emily's 'Manic' State, Richard's Immense 'Presence'

Kelly Bishop‘s re-entry into Stars Hollow last Friday hit a snag.

At the inaugural table read for Netflix’s four-part Gilmore Girls revival, the East Coast-based actress — who was reciting her lines via speaker phone from her home in New Jersey, as she had done during much of the show’s original seven-year run — experienced some connectivity issues.

“Unfortunately, there was a time lag, like when you watch one of those reporters in Afghanistan,” she explains. “It had never happened before, and I’ve done a lot of remote table reads. So that certainly slowed down the process.”

It didn’t, however, dampen her enthusiasm. Technical glitch aside, Bishop describes that first script reading as “absolutely delightful,” adding: “To hear all of those voices again was pretty amazing. I was 20 pages in and I was like, ‘Ahh… I’m back in Gilmore Land. I’m here. It never went away.‘”

In the following Q&A, Bishop opens about what it’s been like stepping back into Emily’s privileged, oppressed shoes after an eight-year absence, and what it means to be doing so without her onscreen other half, the late Edward Herrmann, by her side.

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TVLINE | I imagine there have been a lot of mixed emotions diving back into this role without Ed….
It’s going to be very difficult. I read your interview with Lauren [Graham], where she talked about stepping foot on the set already. I haven’t had that happen yet. And I know it’s going to be so moving. We so miss him. We’ve missed him since we found out he had died. It’s going to be very hard doing it without him, because he and I were buds on the show. We, obviously, were older [than the rest of the cast]. But we were also New York actors, and we connected very well. We always did our crossword puzzles together in the hair-and-makeup room. That was one of our little routines. There was a comfort level…. [Sighs] It’s going to be hard without him.

TVLINE | Without giving too much away, what is Emily’s mindset when we pick up?
Well, because of the fact that Emily lost her husband, she’s kind of a raw nerve. In a desperate attempt to push through [her grief], she blows between right on the edge of losing it to almost being a little manic. I recall doing something very similar when I lost my mother; I was quite devastated. I suddenly got into this mode of getting things done and getting things done right. I was manic and aggressive and pushing, pushing, pushing — because, if you stop, you’re going to cry. So you don’t stop. And I see that in Emily. [Richard] is certainly a presence, especially in that first script. And Ed’s probably going to be hovering around the set a bit and watching over us. I really do believe that. Because he really loved the show.

TVLINE | Have you read all four scripts?
I read [the first script] “Winter.” I’ve read “Spring.” I’m in the middle of “Summer” now. And “Fall” came to me the other day – it’s still in the box. I won’t open the box until I finish “Summer.”

TVLINE | Did you flip to the last page of “Summer” to see what the final four words are?

TVLINE | But they’re right in the box!
Yes, they’re sitting in the box. I’m one of those kids who never opened her Christmas presents ahead of time. And it wasn’t because I wanted to be honorable or anything. It would’ve been a spoiler, although we didn’t use that word 500 years ago when I was a child. I want to see it when it happens. That’s why I’m not going to tell people what’s going to happen — and you know better than to ask me — because it really would spoil. I want viewers to experience it the same way when I read it. But these scripts are good. They’re really good. And bringing back all of those characters is so delicious. Like Gypsy (played by Scandal‘s Rose Abdoo); I always loved Gypsy. And Paris is a hoot. It’s unbelievable what Amy has written for Paris (How to Get Away With Murder‘s Liza Weil). People are going to have so much fun with it.

You know, in all those years of doing Gilmore Girls. I never probed. I never asked. I never wanted to know any secrets. I never called Amy and said, “What’s going to happen?” I like to open the scripts as if it was a present and just see what was inside there. And sometimes it was shocking. But most of the time, amazingly, I would go, “Yep, that’s it. Spot on. That’s exactly what she’d say!” So I’ll just follow the lead and see where it goes.

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TVLINE | Do you feel like you have unfinished business with Emily?
Emily was so locked into her way of life. I often felt, in trying to defend her to some degree because she was sort of indefensible at times which amused the hell out of me — “Why is this woman like this? Why is she so hard?” Although I will say she reminded me so much of my grandmother, so I had someone to draw on very readily. I finally decided that she is weirdly insecure… I think I would like to see her, since she has been thrust into this [widow] situation, grow a bit. However, let’s face it, good comedy and good drama always comes from conflict. And there always has to be conflict between me and Lorelai. If we got along we’d all be falling asleep in front of our televisions. She’s a very confused woman in a lot of ways. She’s secretly very proud of Lorelai, and yet she’s really mad at her, ever since she was 16 and got pregnant. She’s still holding on to that.

TVLINE | Are you psyching yourself up for the cross-country commute?
I did it for seven years. I’m older now, so I’m a little less patient. [Laughs] I’m kinda not looking forward to all that flying. My husband’s not well now, so it’s really important that I don’t spend any more time away from home than I have too. His daughter’s going to come up from

Virginia and spell me, and she certainly has been here and knows the drill. It’s going to be hard on all of us, but we all agreed that it’s something that I just have to do. I have to do it. I’d be heartbroken if the show went on without me.

TVLINE | It couldn’t go on without you.
I would dry up and blow away like a leaf. This show is so deeply important to me, on so many levels. Part of it is the idealistic actor thing where you just want to do good material and feel proud of yourself. I work with such delightful people. I’m madly in love with Lauren — I was from practically the first day we said hi. It was just one of those situations where I was doing a really wonderful character with amazing writing with really good people. And I happen to love the Warner Bros. lot. I just think it’s gorgeous… I have to finish this out. And it’s great knowing how excited fans are.

TVLINE | You have no idea how excited they are.
And I love that [there’s this level of enthusiasm] for an intelligent show. I love humor. I love, love, love, love doing comedy. But I hate cheap, broad comedy. I like sophisticated, smart comedy. Plus, this whole world is skewed. This is how I explain it to people: “You look at a room. And then you just tip it sideways a little bit.” That’s Gilmore Girls. It’s a little tip.

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Dad Helps Son Pull Out Tooth

Watching the Seahawks tank during their first half against Carolina on Sunday was a hard watch, but one young Russell Wilson fan showed a novel way of staying tough in such circumstances by ripping out his loose tooth at half time. Jim Devereaux posted a video of his young son, Leo, passing the ball to him Wilson-style but with a string tied from the ball to his loose tooth. Credit: Facebook.com/jim.devereaux.5

Israel, Palestine to hold security meeting in Jerusalem

Ramallah, Feb 9 (IANS) Israeli and Palestinian officials will hold a security meeting in Jerusalem this week to discuss the situation in the West Bank, a senior Palestinian official said on Tuesday.

Saeb Erekat, secretary general of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), who was speaking to Voice of Palestine Radio, did not give further details about the meeting, Xinhua reported.

However, another senior Palestinian official said the Palestinian delegation will convey a clear message to the Israeli side on its commitment to agreements and treaties signed in the past between the two sides.

But “if Israel kept storming the Palestinian-controlled territories, the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) would soon reconsider all these agreements”, the official said.

In March, the PLO Central Council decided to severe security cooperation with Israel and reconsider the signed peace treaties and agreements in response to Israel’s policy and the ongoing stalemate in the Middle East peace process.

Palestinian factions, like Islamic Hamas movement, the rival of President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party, which controls and rules the Gaza Strip, opposes all kinds of security cooperation with Israel.

In early October last year, a wave of violence broke out between Israel and the Palestinians in the West Bank, east Jerusalem and Gaza, which has so far left 170 Palestinians and 30 Israelis dead.

Meanwhile, Erekat called on the international community to exercise pressure on Israel to stop “its aggression” on the Palestinian people and respect the signed agreements.

Controversial 'Pantai Kasih' book will continue to be used in schools

PUTRAJAYA: The Education Ministry today stated that a controversial Form 4 Bahasa Malaysia literature book ‘Pantai Kasih’ would continue to be used in schools despite claims that it contained vulgarities.

Education ministry deputy director-general Datuk Seri Khairil Awang said the ministry’s professional meeting decided that the novel would be retained because it facilitated maturity and rationale thinking among students.

“The paragraph which depicts a love making scene between the heroine and her husband explains the reproduction process in literary language. It is similar to what is being taught in Biology, Science, Islamic and Moral studies subjects in school.

Khairil said that the science and medical elements had been simply translated into literary language.

He added that the novel, authored by Azmah Nordin had gone through a tight screening and selection process before it was chosen to be part of the Form 4 Bahasa Malaysia syllabus.

Khairil said the novel had been in the syllabus for the past two years, in line with the ministry’s Malaysian Education Blueprint to create students with higher-order thinking skills.

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