Broadway Stars Record Song to Support LGBT Center of Central Florida

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2:51 | 06/16/16

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A good newscast. "Pop news." Here we go, everybody. We'll begin with a whole lot of love for Orlando. Some of Broadway's and Hollywood's biggest stars rallying together to support the lgbt community inspired by the "We are the world" charity track, a galaxy of stars including adieen Ina Menzel, whoopie gold berg recording a cover of a song I love. 1965's "What the world needs now is love sweet love" evacuate." Sara Bareilles sharing this video of the packed recording studio. She didn't include the audio, no spoilers here but 100% of the proceeds if you buy the song will go to the lgbt center of central Florida. Fantastic. That's awesome. I love that. Can't wait to hear it. I will spare you my singing it and I would recommend buying it. Great cause. Also in "Pop news," Taylor swift knows how to shake it off. Two weeks after she and deejay Calvin Harris called it quits pictures have emerged of her kissing Tom hiddleston. "The sun" publishing a picture of them canoodling in front of dozens of onlookers and shared an instant spark after dancin there they are, during the met gala in may and a source tells us that Tom, who by the way is in the runnings for the next James bond has been courting Taylor ever since. Meantime, ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris has been busy deleting all signs they were ever a couple on instagram and Twitter and Taylor deleted all photos of her ex. We think it's safe to say these two are never ever ever getting bag together. Delete on Twitter and instagram. We are so done, George. You don't have to cut anybody out of a picture. Just delete. Then finally in "Pop news" Harrison Ford fans we have lean for you to celebrate this Thursday morning. There's the music. The fifth install of "Indiana Jones" is a very much in the works. Steven Spielberg even sharing a major plot point telling "The Hollywood reporter" not to worry, indy will definitely make it out of the film alive. That, of course, welcome news to Ford fans who recently endured the ultimate ender for another iconic Harrison Ford character, our lightsabers haven't shined quite as brightly since that happened. I don't want to say it if you haven't seen the movie, most of us have according to the box office Numbers, the new "Indiana Jones" isn't due in theaters for three year, July 19th, 2019. I think you sealed the deal for Harrison Ford on this movie. Did I when I said he wanted to play indy before he turned 80? It's all on me. Thank you. That's my favorite character. I just think -- Cannot wait to see it. We have to wait three years?

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