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How to Watch the Golden Globes Without Cable – Lifehacker

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The Golden Globes are Sunday. The annual awards show works as a predictor for the Oscars later this year and can be a great opportunity to do a little star watching while you’re getting ideas for movies you should probably add to your watch list pre-Oscars time.

The red carpet is also worth checking out. Last year’s Golden Globes Red Carpet also brought us Fiji Water girl, amongst other things.

The Red Carpet officially kicks off at 6 pm ET, although E! will begin its coverage at 4 pm. At 7 pm NBC is airing an Arrivals Special, and at 8 pm ET the awards show officially begins on NBC.

If you have cable, obviously the easiest way to watch it all is to simply tune in on your television. If don’t, or you’re going to be away from your TV come show time, you still have options:

NBC App

If you have a cable login or can borrow a friend’s credentials, then you can stream NBC’s coverage of the awards and the red carpet through the NBC app.

SlingTV

Sling TVs $25/month Orange package includes NBC. IF you don’t have cable, this is your cheapest option.

YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV

YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV both offer NBC and cost $40-$45/month.

All of the streaming services offer free trials, so if you haven’t used them before you can sign up today and watch the games for free and then cancel your account before you’re being charged.

And worth noting: Not every service offers NBC in every market. Make sure NBC is offered in your particular area before you sign up.

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Leaving Neverland: Court rules accusers can sue Michael Jackson companies – BBC News

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Jackson died in 2009 but his family have denied the claims made against him

Two men who featured in a documentary alleging sexual abuse by the singer Michael Jackson can pursue legal claims against two of his companies, a court has ruled.

Wade Robson and James Safechuck claim they were abused by the singer in the late 80s and early 90s while staying at his Neverland ranch.

Jackson died in 2009 but his family have denied the claims.

They described the documentary Leaving Neverland as a “public lynching”.

A lower court had dismissed lawsuits brought by the two men in 2014 because California’s statute of limitations required that claims of childhood sexual abuse be filed before an accuser’s 26th birthday.

However a new law, which came into effect on 1 January, extends the timeframe up to a person’s 40th birthday.

Both Mr Robson and Mr Safechuck claim they were abused by Jackson from the ages of seven and 10.

Vince Finaldi, the lawyer for the two men, said in a statement following the ruling: “We are pleased that the Court has recognised the strong protections California has put into place for sexual abuse victims under the state’s new law extending the statute of limitations.”

Howard Weitzman, a lawyer for Jackson’s estate, said: “The Court of Appeal’s ruling merely revived lawsuits against Michael Jackson’s companies, which absurdly claim that Michael’s employees are somehow responsible for sexual abuse that never happened.”

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Adele’s Beach Shots Spark Concern She’s Too Thin, Can’t Win With Some Fans – TMZ

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Pink pledges $500,000 to help Australian firefighters battling bushfires – CNN

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“I am totally devastated watching what is happening in Australia right now with the horrific bushfires,” Pink said on Twitter.

“My heart goes out to our friends and family in Oz.”

The pop star, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, said she would be donating directly to local fire services.

Pink is one of many celebrities, including LaMelo Ball and Nick Kyrgios, who have pledged donations to help fight the wildfires.
Three fires combined on Saturday to form a single blaze bigger than the New York borough of Manhattan, as Australian firefighters battle what has been predicted to be the most catastrophic day yet in an already devastating bushfire season.
At least 23 people have died in Australia wildfires and in the state of New South Wales alone, more than 1,300 houses have been destroyed.

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