11042018-LSTC-01.qxd 4/10/2018 8:02 PM Page 1 c m y b CHANDIGARH | WEDNESDAY | 11 APRIL 2018 TRIBUNELIFE+STYLE TIME TO MOVE ON, HANNITY INVITES KIMMEL TO HIS SHOW Jimmy Kimmel Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity has accepted late-night host Jimmy Kimmel’s apology and has even invited him on his show for a ‘serious discussion’. Hannity responded to Kimmel’s apology to United States First Lady Melania Trump for mocking her on his show. “On the surface, to be honest, it feels more like a forced Disney corporate apology directed more towards the LBGTQ community rather than about Kimmel’s comments about the first lady. I think every person should accept apologies, and that’s what I’m going to do here,” Hannity said. “This was never about Hannity vs. Jimmy Kimmel, here’s why: The level of vitriol against President Trump and his family is really sickening. Attacking the First Lady for her accent is just one small example, but it’s a line in the sand for me. Those cheap shots need to end.” The 56-year-old then invited Kimmel to come on his show. ANI c m y b MAGICAL MOMENT Sean Hannity Harry Potter And The Cursed Child has become the top-grossing play in Broadway history, despite still being in previews. The play reported the highest single-week gross for a non-musical in only its third week of previews. Centered on the boy wizard’s own children, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child (Parts 1 and 2) played its first eight-show week at Broadway’s Lyric Theatre, and grossed a record-breaking USD 2,138,859. PTI
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