UPDATE 9:17 P.M. EST: Haley’s attorney Dina LaPolt tells PerezHilton.com:
“Without provocation, Haley Reinhart was assaulted by bouncers at the Lamplighter Inn. After forcefully removing Ms. Reinhart, they violently beat her friend, who sustained multiple injuries. We believe that she will be exonerated of all charges once the investigation is completed. We plan on taking legal action against all those who were involved in this unfortunate incident.”
Well, this is unfortunate.
Haley Reinhart, who you mostly likely know from her American Idol days, was arrested Saturday morning.
According to the police report, she and her friends were kicked out of a Chicago bar after they knocked over a table. It was then that the 26-year-old performer allegedly punched a bouncer — in the face!
Cops arrived around 2 a.m. and booked her on battery. Her next court date is scheduled for August 2.
The 2017 MLB Home Run Derby takes place on Monday, July 10 at 8PM in the beautiful city of Miami, Florida. Miami Marlins fans will be treated to seeing their own Giancarlo Stanton (26 home runs), the 2016 Home Run Derby winner, defending his crown against a slew of stiff competition. Right behind him is the New York Yankees heavy hitter Aaron Judge, who has taken the MLB by storm having already 30 home runs this season.
Rounding out the rest of the competition is Cody Bellinger (Los Angeles Dodgers, 25 home runs), Mike Moustakas (Kansas City Royals, 25 home runs), Miguel Sano (Minnesota Twins, 21 home runs), Charlie Blackmon (Colorado Rockies, 21 home runs), Justin Bour (Miami Marlins, 20 home runs) and Gary Sanchez (New York Yankees, 13 home runs).
Two years ago the format of the Home Run Derby changed to become a single-elimination, three-round tournament decided by one-on-one’s between the competitors ultimately culminating in a showdown between two finalists. Stanton, on last year, defeated 2015’s champion Todd Frazier who the inaugural tournament-style derby. Perhaps Stanton will have better luck, though many have Judge taking it all. Tune in to the Home Run Derby tonight and check out our ranking of the 30 best-looking MLB jerseys below.
It’s been a while since we had a collective movement coming out of the birthplace of Hip-Hop’s music scene. Joining fellow Bronxites such as Swizz Beats, French Montana, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, A-Boogie, Don Q and Fred Da Godson, there is a lot of buzz coming from the gifted South Bronx native, Axel Leon. The focused Puerto Rican born-rapper who has seen his share of ups and downs in the industry has resurrected his natural craft with confidence and purpose. He has now caught the attention of many with similarity to the legendary Big Pun.
During a time in which our culture debates what’s considered “real” Hip-Hop, Axel Leon offers a unique combination of witty lyrics, charismatic wordplay and rollercoaster flow that is heating up the streets. Songs like “100 to 1,” “Woke Up,” and “Bando” featuring Jim Jones give new meaning to the saying “The Bronx is burning” with rap bars that are straight fire.
Poised with patience, Axel Leon creatively delivers his gritty rhymes with ease and truth. The music serves as a canvas for his lyrics that paint the picture of his life. His story of finding himself is reflected in his three released projects The Black Hole, Rich Port, and the most recent Rich Port 2, which showcases his honesty and truth. Never new to industry co-signs, which include Eminem and Fat Joe, it was only a matter of time that his maturity and skills solidified his spot as a respected rapper in the Hip-Hop community. Much like the revival of New York City’s northernmost borough, new beginnings are looking promising for the resurgence of Axel Leon’s hometown and career.
Apple provided the third beta of iOS 11 to developers this morning, introducing a range of feature refinements, speed improvements, bug fixes, and more. In the video and the post below, we’ve outlined all of the more significant tweaks and changes.
Though we’re on the third beta of iOS 11, there are still many bugs in the software, which is to be expected with a beta. A list of new bugs and known issues can be found in the update’s release notes, and developers should read the info carefully. iOS 11 beta 3, like earlier iOS 11 betas, should only be installed on secondary device.
– iPad App Switcher – When closing an app, the swipe to close gesture has been restored. Previously, it was necessary to hold down on an app and tap the “x” to close it when using the iPad’s App Switcher interface.
– SOS – When using Apple’s emergency alert feature, an SOS that’s canceled will no longer send out notifications.
– Files app – OS X Server and Dropbox have been added to the Files app on the iPhone and the iPad as new Locations.
– TV Providers – Comcast, Cox, AT&T U-verse, Verizon Fios, Time Warner Cable, and more are all listed as new providers in the TV Providers section of the Settings app in iOS 11 beta 3, and they appear to allow users to take advantage of Single sign-on.
– Notification Center – There’s no need to swipe a second time to see “Earlier Today” notifications in the Notification Center. All notifications are shown on the first downward swipe to get to the Lock Screen/Notification Center. In previous betas, you needed to swipe down to see unread notifications and then swipe up again to see earlier notifications. Beta 3 simplifies the Notification Center.
– iCloud Messages – The syncing feature that uploads your iMessages to iCloud in iOS 11 now lets you know how many messages still need to be uploaded.
– Screen Recording – When you 3D Touch the Screen Recording button in the Control Center, there’s a new option to start a broadcast. Right now, the feature works like a standard screen recording and saves a video to the Camera Roll, but it could perhaps integrate with third-party apps in the future for automatic uploads.
– Music – When a song is playing in the Music app, tapping the song name from the Control Center will once again open the Music app.
The third beta of iOS 11 is limited to developers, but we expect Apple to release a second public beta later this week, which should be identical to the third developer beta.
Following up on May’s launch of their new children’s line, Kids Supply, Kim Kardashian West has just revealed that she and Kanye have something special coming for the little ones. In taking to Snapchat, Kim posted a picture of some one-off YEEZY Boosts, alongside the caption “Custom Yeezy’s on KidsSupply soon.”
Whether this will be courtesy of an online design platform like miadidas or NIKEiD, that has yet to be disclosed, but in either regard, expect the kicks to be welcomed with open arms and to sell out in a hurry. Additionally, a new Calabasas hat design was revealed that is also expected to be dropping alongside the customs.