Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer signed a contract Thursday with television lawyer Bob Barnett, famous for his representation of politicians and TV news celebrities.
According to TMZ, sources claim that Spicer has turned down the DWTS offer due to an "overwhelming number of commitments in the fall".
While Radar reported just yesterday that nothing was "set in stone", it has now been announced that the former press secretary has turned the offer down.
2 dead after Minneapolis school explosion
A school gym coach said that the explosion came seconds after an alarm was raised. "I could see inside a Spanish class". School officials also announced that all summer program students "are accounted for and safe".
Health care: Here's what the Senate is voting on
Rand Paul introduced the amendment - within two years, and come up with a replacement plan in the meantime. However, Governor Bill Haslam said that number shouldn't be the main focus of the debate.
The news was first covered by the New York Post, which reported that Spicer met "with all the major TV and news networks, including NBC, CBS and Fox News last week". The George Foster Peabody Awards program is named after American businessman and philanthropist George Peabody and honors the most powerful stories in TV, radio, and online media, according to the official website.
Some Twitter users also bemoaned this refusal of an apparent opportunity for Spicer and Melissa McCarthy - who has been playing Spicer on Saturday Night Live - to finally come together as a team.
So while Spicer will no longer be freestyling his way around the questions of the White House press corps, it looks like he's still got a lot say.
The Suns announced Tuesday that point guard Brandon Knight suffered a torn ACL and they expect him to miss the 2018 season. The news came as a shock to the Phoenix Suns fans and Knight himself is obviously devastated.
Tuesday, November 28 will air The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow , airing in their regular 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. time slots. Sure, it was good, but to tease a huge crossover event like that and not live up to the hype was a bit disappointing.
Backstage after UFC 214, Jones went into more detail about why he was interested in fighting a veritable man-mountain like Lesnar. After 2 1/2 rounds of even, high-level striking, Jones landed a left head kick that caught Cormier leaning in.
The official 007 website announced Monday that the 25th movie about the British spy will be released November 8, 2019. James Bond will return to the big screen for a fresh instalment in 2019, creators have said.
Civil Protection Agency spokeswoman Patricia Gaspar says continuing strong winds and tinder-dry woodland remain a menace. Firefighters in France appear to be winning the battle against the flames that swept up along the Mediterranean Coast.
The incumbent moderate president won a landslide victory on May 19 by garnering 57 percent of the ballots. Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has officially endorsed the reelection of Hassan Rohani as Iran's president.
However, the latest ruling comes after the court found Apple to continue infringing on the patents as long as it remained void. He added $272m to the $234m jury verdict that WARF won in October 2015 against the iPhone maker.
A child diagnosed with HIV as a baby has gone into remission, raising hopes for a cure among sufferers, scientists said. Rizza said cases like the child in South Africa are "interesting" and worthy of study, but still unclear at this point.
Reserve Bank of Australia holds at record low 1.5% as expected
The Australian dollar was buying roughly 80.2 United States cents before Governor Lowe issued the strongly-worded statement. Mr Farnham said the RBA was unlikely to raise rates this year, and the possibility of a further cut could not be dismissed.
Danilo Gallinari Punches Opponent In Exhibition Game
As if getting into a fight in a friendly wasn't too over the top, a hospital visit was also needed because of the punch. However, he may have put himself and the Clippers in danger during an worldwide friendly.
Charges dropped, should Cowboys re-sign Lucky?
The Cowboys are expected to make his release official today, with Whitehead becoming a free agent if he clears waivers. The agent also said Whitehead never appeared in court on July 6 because he never received a citation and summons.
Swiss chainsaw attack suspect arrested after manhunt
It showed a tall, balding man with short brown hair walking along a street in a green jacket carrying a large black bag. Another three people were slightly injured in the attack, police said, but there was no information on them.