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Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corinne to host game show after hospitalization



Corinne and Jamie Foxx will host We Are Family together

American star Jamie Foxx has been announced as the host of a new musical game show days after it was confirmed he had been released from the hospital.

The Oscar-winning actor and singer, along with his daughter Korine, will host We Are Family on the American Fox TV channel.

On Friday, she said her father was recuperating at home after being in the hospital due to a “medical complication.”

They said they were “thrilled” to work on the show.

The father and daughter had previously appeared together on another musical game show, Beat Shazam, which aired on the same network.

“We hope this show will provide viewers with as much enjoyment as we have created when it takes place next year,” the joint statement said.

The new show will feature obscure celebrity relatives performing duets with their hidden famous family member as viewers attempt to guess their identities through clues to win a $100,000 prize.

The broadcast is scheduled for 2024.

Allison Wallach, co-boss of Fox Entertainment, described the Fox family, representing the couple that British viewers may have seen together on screen in a recent TV commercial, as “important associates of the Fox family”.

“Their boundless energy and charming interactions with the members are irresistible, making them the perfect hosts for We Are Family,” said Wallach.

What’s going on with Jamie Foxx?

Corinne Fox, a 29-year-old actress, model and activist, first shared the news that her 55-year-old father was in the hospital on April 12, but did not elaborate on the reason he needs care.

She said that “thanks to quick action and great care, he is already on his way to recovery.”

This sparked speculation online about his health, but Corinne took to Instagram on Friday that her dad had been out of the hospital for “weeks” and had even recently played some games. [racket sport] cucumber ball

She also thanked the people for their “prayers and support.”

The actor was reportedly in a hospital in Atlanta, Georgia filming for Netflix. Back in business with Cameron Diaz.

According to People magazine, the incident did not occur on set and he was not taken to the hospital by ambulance.

They also reported that he was being examined at an Atlanta hospital. It is not known exactly when he was released.

Fox’s daughter recently said that he was released from the hospital and even played pickleball.

Celebrities such as Vin Diesel and Jeremy Renner expressed their support and admiration for Fox Sr. as he recovered.

In response, he wrote on social media earlier this month, “Appreciate all the love!!! I feel blessed.”

In a podcast released earlier this month, friend Kevin Hart said “there has been a lot of progress in his recovery.”

The star won an Oscar for Best Actor for his portrayal of musician Ray Charles in Ray in 2005. That same year, he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in “Accomplice”.

His other films include Baby Driver, Annie, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

His daughter, who made a cameo appearance on The Jamie Foxx Show as a child and later DJed on Beat Shazam, also played Sasha in the 2019 horror sequel 47 Meters Down: No Cage.

She shared the news about the new game show on Instagram on Monday, saying “The Fox family is returning to our home on Fox TV and we can’t wait for this new show!”.


Ross Chastain’s aggressive driving angers NASCAR legend: ‘He’s going to have a lot of enemies’



Ross Chastain and Kyle Larson were involved in a crash on the last laps of Darlington Raceway in the Goodyear 400 on Sunday, costing both of them a chance to take first place.

Chastain led 93 of the race’s 295 laps and was just ahead of Larson in the final round as he drove around the track and came out on top. 5. Chastain was sideways, and Larson was perpendicular to him. Chastain had to be towed to a garage, while an injured Larson was able to finish.

Larson finished 20th while Chastain dropped to 29th.


Rick Hendrick, NASCAR Hall of Famer and owner of the Hendrick Motorsport team, speaks to the media during a press conference after the NASCAR Goodyear 400 Cup Series at Darlington Speedway on May 14, 2023 in Darlington, South Carolina. (Logan Riley/Getty Images)

Rick Hendrick, the legendary owner of the team that Larson races for, appeared to be frustrated with Chastain’s racing style. Chastain drew the ire of many riders during the 2023 season.

“I don’t care if he drives a Chevrolet as long as he crashes our cars,” Hendrick said via NBC Sports. “I don’t care. I said Chevy about it. If you crash us, you get it back. If you don’t, they’ll run into you. I’m loyal to Chevrolet, but when someone runs us over, then I expect my guys will stand their ground. I’m not going to ask them to give in just because of the Chevrolet.”

Hendrick said that Chastain shouldn’t be so aggressive.


Ross Chastain in Darlington

Ross Chastain, #1 TrackHouse Racing Worldwide Express/UPS Chevrolet, watches the Goodyear 400 NASCAR Cup Series on May 14, 2023 at Darlington Speedway in Darlington, South Carolina. (Geoffrey West/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

“I guess at this point in the race you might be a little too aggressive, but you just don’t push people into the fence. He will make many enemies. It’s hard to win a championship when you have a lot of payback out there.”

Hendrick added that he felt Chastain’s tactics were outdated for some drivers.

Chastain later said he wanted to squeeze Larson but didn’t want to break him.

“We are all racing and I was totally committed to (turning) one and wanted to squeeze it, I definitely didn’t want to turn over my nose into it,” Chastain said. “I didn’t want to talk to all of you here.”

Last weekend in Kansas, Noah Gragson’s frustration with Chastain reached a breaking point and he ran into him after the race. Chastain stabbed Gragson before the officials stopped the fight.

William Byron on Victory Lane

William Byron celebrates on Victory Lane after winning a NASCAR Cup Series auto race at Darlington Raceway on Sunday, May 14, 2023 in Darlington, South Carolina. (AP Photo/Matt Kelly)


The crash allowed William Byron to take the lead and hold the lead for the win.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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NBA fans squash Steven A. Smith for his disgusting attitude towards Anthony Davis’ head injury



V Lakers lost warriors in Game 5 on Wednesday night. They also lost one of their stars Anthony Davisin the final few minutes of the game after he was hit in the head with an elbow and forced off the bench in a wheelchair.

There were immediate fears that he had suffered a concussion because he was heavily drugged after an accidental elbow strike from Kevon Looney. Luckily, it looks like he’ll be fine and he’s reportedly expected to be available for Game 6, but head injuries are not something to be taken lightly.

Steven A. Smith, who is not a doctor, went on ESPN Thursday morning and yelled out a bunch of really ridiculous things about the injury and how he thinks concussions don’t happen in NBA games.

The whole thing was pretty big:

NBA fans couldn’t resist:

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MLS player suspended as Brazilian officials accuse 16 people in alleged match-fixing scheme | Fixed games



The Colorado Rapids have suspended forward Max Alves for alleged illegal sports gambling, according to ESPN. informed on Wednesday, citing a source familiar with the situation.

The Major League Soccer Club released a statement announcing that the player had been suspended but did not reveal his identity: “We are aware of reports of a Colorado Rapids player in connection with illegal sports gambling. We take these types of issues seriously and always strive to protect the integrity of the game,” the statement said.

“The player has been suspended from all team activities while the MLS is investigating the matter.”

The MLS also released a statement with similar wording, adding that the current and former players were involved in illegal gambling.

Earlier Wednesday, Brazilian prosecutors charged 16 people, including seven professional football players, with alleged match-fixing and illegal betting in what threatens to be one of the biggest scandals since Brazil legalized sports gambling in 2018.

Brazilian Justice Minister Flavio Dino ordered the federal police to launch an investigation into the scheme after the indictment documents were released. The public prosecutor’s office of the Goias State Ministry said that the alleged violations took place in 13 matches of Serie A and B of the Brazilian championship, including eight played in 2022.

According to the indictment, the gang paid players to commit offenses and then wagered on such outcomes to win payouts in the event of offenses.

The group will offer up to R$500,000 ($100,000) in advance payment to players from clubs such as Santos, Juventude, Cuiaba, Cruzeiro, Atlético Paranaense, Internacional and Fluminense, prosecutors said.

Santos defender Eduardo Bauermann received at least 50,000 reais ($10,000) for a yellow card against Aval last year, according to documents.

According to the documents, Gabriel Tota, Paulo Miranda, Igor Karius, Victor Ramos, Fernando Neto and Matheus Gomez are among the other players facing charges.

The Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) has sent a letter to the President of the Republic and the Ministry of Justice, requesting that the federal police be involved in the case, stating that there is no way to suspend the current competition.

“I am working with FIFA, as well as Brazilian clubs and federations, to fight all kinds of crime, fraud or illegal activities in football,” said CBF President Ednaldo Rodriguez. “Those who commit crimes should not be part of Brazilian and world football.”

Sports betting has only become legal in Brazil since 2018, when online gambling was allowed in the country. It has since exploded and gambling ads are often seen during, before and after football matches. Brazil is currently preparing laws on taxation and regulation of the sector.

Alves from Brazil joined the Rapids from Flamengo ahead of the 2022 season and has made 31 appearances for the club in all competitions. He made 12 appearances for the club in 2023, including a 3-1 win over LA Galaxy on Saturday.

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