The King and I is set to close on Broadway later this month (Jun16).
The latest version of the show was a big winner at the Tony Awards last year (15), picking up prizes for Best Revival of a Musical, Best Costume Design, Best Featured Actress in a Musical (Ruthie Ann Miles) and Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical (Kelli O'Hara).
The production is slated to begin a national tour in Providence, Rhode Island in November (16).
Former Lost star Daniel Dae Kim made his Broadway debut in the titular role of the King of Siam at New York's Lincoln Center Theater in May (16). He signed on for a limited eight-week run opposite Marin Mazzie.
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The actor previously guested in two episodes of the island cop drama, but he will be a full-time cast member when the show returns for a fifth season later this year (14).
Garcia plays conspiracy theorist Jerry Ortega on the show, opposite his former Lost co-star Daniel Dae Kim.
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La Havas, who hosted a Prince press conference at her London home last week (beg10Feb14), was a special guest at the back-to-back Koko gigs, which also featured a performance by Prince's new all-girl backing band 3rdEyeGirl.
Prince performed two shows at the 1,400-capacity venue and then allowed fans waiting for a rumoured third early morning concert to get in free to watch the end of his second set, which wrapped up at 1am, ending a five-hour stint onstage.
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Former Lost star Evangeline Lilly was left less than impressed when the editors of Woman's Health recently declared she had the 'Best Butt Ever' and put a provocative shot of her rear on the cover of the magazine.
The actress, who plays an elf in the upcoming The Hobbit sequel, admits she had hoped her provocative pose would prompt the publication's bosses to hand her a new title - and she's a little embarrassed by the whole thing.
She says, "Do you think I'd have done the shoot if they had said, 'Oh, by the way, we're gonna say Best Butt Ever and put a big arrow to your behind?' No.
Continue reading: Evangeline Lilly Upset With Magazine's Rear Of The Year Honour
The 44-year-old actor let the big news slip during a new interview with U.S. news show Entertainment Tonight, when he was asked about his sex symbol status.
He said, "That's funny because I'm a family man. I've got a four-and-a-half-year-old daughter and another one on the way. Pretty excited about that."
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Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan, which debuted in Britain late last year (Nov12) and in America in January (13), was a hit and picked up a Critics Choice nomination for Best Reality Series.
Perry Simon, the general manager of BBC America, who snapped up the U.S. rights to the show, says, "The first season of Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan was an amazing thrill ride that introduced viewers to fascinating rare creatures and exotic locales, and we can't wait to set off on new journeys with Dominic.
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Songwriter Micah Otano claims he teamed up with producer Malay to pen a tune called Daylight, but never received credit for his work when it was allegedly renamed and included on the Grammy winner's debut studio album, Channel Orange.
Otano filed legal papers at the U.S. District Court in California on Wednesday (06Mar13), seeking undisclosed damages and back royalties, according to AllHipHop.com.
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Defiant Dominic Monaghan is refusing to back down from remarks he made about former Lost co-star Matthew Fox in a series of angry tweets earlier this year (12) - even though the actor insists the allegations were all wrong.
The actor took aim at Fox in May (12) after a female fan asked him to persuade Fox to join Twitter, so she could tweet him. Monaghan fired off a tweet claiming his former co-star "beats women".
When the fan, named Becca, responded to his comments, writing, "What about all those good times you had together?", Monaghan shot back, "How do you know we ever did? you don't know either of us.he beats women.not isolated incidents.often."
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The British actor, who played Sayid Jarrah in the story of plane crash survivors on a remote tropical island, tuned into the original pilot to get a feel for the programme but never watched the show again throughout its six-season, seven-year run.
When the dramatic conclusion aired in 2010, it met with a confused response from many viewers - and Andrews had to rely on shock-rocker Marilyn Manson, a huge fan of the show, for assurances that the ending 'worked'.
He tells U.K. morning show Daybreak, "I was very confused just because I never saw the show. I saw the pilot, you know, because you have to have some knowledge of the piece that you are in, but I never saw an episode of Lost.
Continue reading: Naveen Andrews Baffled By Lost Ending
Grace reveals her pet was close to death when she found him in the jungle in the middle of a scene - and she felt compelled to try to save him.
She tells BlogTalkRadio.com, "He supposedly had three days to live and it was very dramatic. We used to shoot in a jungle off of of the North Shore on this beach and he was there. He was really sweet and fit in my hand and he was blind at that point and pretty injured.
"Now he's fit as a fiddle. He's my souvenir from my life in Hawaii. He's a pretty chill laidback little dude. It's funny because I'm more of a dog person."
Continue reading: Maggie Grace Dotes On Cat She Saved From Death In Hawaii