Watch Sweet Charity’s Sutton Foster Revamp Cats

first_imgSutton Foster Before Sutton Foster returns to the New York stage in off-Broadway’s already twice-extended Sweet Charity, this brass band has got some furry shoes to fill. The two-time Tony winner stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on September 27 to sit down with the late night host and give Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony-touting classic Cats a very, erm, realistic spin. “Look how much I threw up while you were at work!” Foster proudly belts, decked out in full feline fashion. Watch the hilarity ensue below and catch Foster in Sweet Charity beginning on November 2! View Commentslast_img

Dybala tells Ronaldo: You’re ‘hated’ in Argentina

first_imgRelatedPosts Pirlo not out to copy anyone after Juventus’ comfortable opening win Barca president Bartomeu says he won’t go to war anymore with Messi Juve’s Pirlo gamble makes new Serie A season the most open for years Juventus midfielder Paulo Dybala has told teammate Cristiano Ronaldo that people in Argentina “hate” the Portugal forward. Former Real Madrid star Ronaldo has shared a rivalry with Barcelona’s Argentine striker Messi for many years, with fans of both players constantly debating who the better player is. Dybala, a teammate of Messi’s with Argentina, has become friends with Ronaldo since the Portuguese’ arrival at Juventus in 2018. And Dybala has told Ronaldo about how he is perceived in the South American country. “I said to him: ‘Cristiano, in Argentina, we hate you a bit because of your figure, because of how you are, of how you walk,’” Dybala told the Argentinian Football Association. “The truth is that you’ve surprised me [since we met], because I’ve found you to be different.” Dybala was one of three Juventus players – alongside Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi – to be diagnosed with coronavirus in March, but said he has been recovering well after a period of self-isolation. Last month, Juventus players took pay cuts amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in order to protect the Serie A club’s non-playing staff. Head coach Maurizio Sarri also accepted a wage cut.Tags: ArgentinACristiano RonaldoJuventusLionel MessiPaulo Dybalalast_img read more