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The singer has trusted the agency to land him future modeling and beauty endorsement contracts.
The reality show star reportedly made some arrangements to clear her schedule on November 15 evening.
Following the record breaking season two premiere, FX has signed up for another season of the anthology series.
A charity concert that will benefit three of the most devastated states will be held at the iconic Madison Square Garden.
The Peacock has nabbed a period drama about the Egyptian queen with the 'Transformers' producer serving as an executive producer.
Also mentioned as musical performers for the star-studded event are Coldplay, Muse, Queen, Madness, Pet Shop Boys, Spice Girls, Annie Lennox, Tinnie Tempah, Jessie J and many more.
The Who will bring their rock opera back on the road in a 36-date tour across North America.
Harvey Goldsmith and The Who's manager team up to organize the concert which would take place in January next year and benefit Killing Cancer.
Frontman Roger Daltrey fears The Who's performance in London last month could be their last because Pete Townshend's health condition hasn't gotten better.
'We thought we could cancel it after two years, but go on as long as we thought we were able,' The Who's rocker says.
The Who's frontman admits that he wishes to collaborate with Jimmy Page since he believes the Led Zeppelin's star needs blues singer like him.
During his performance with The Who at Super Bowl, Roger Daltrey wasn't able to make a good interaction with audience after flashbulbs and camera lights blinded him.
Pete Townshend has finished his musical and reveals that during the project he has written 10 songs which might be given to The Who.
Beside 'The Star-Spangled Banner' performance from the Idol artist, 'America the Beautiful' is also brought to the stage by Queen Latifah in Miami.
John Entwistle's death in 2002 has dragged quarreling pals Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey to ignore their differences and become closer to each other.