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Updated: 8th November 2019 22:42TV & Film

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The singer recorded his consent-friendly version of the controversial Christmas season classic with Kelly Clarkson.
Rob Alleva gets bit or stung by a lot of dangerous animals on the new History Channel series "Kings of Pain."
Currently seen in "Treadstone," the actor said he felt "completely alone" growing up in suburban Texas.

“Could I BE any happier," Cox captioned the snap with her onscreen husband.
This probably isn't the response the president was looking for.
Off-camera, the host reportedly told audience members "all we hear is booing" and it's "messing with everyone's mic."
With "Sweater," writer, director and actor Nick Borenstein aimed to remind audiences that "dancing makes everything better."
The "See" star and the "Late Late Show" host rode motorcycles, shot arrows and cracked whips in a "2 Hours Off" segment.
"The View" co-host told the president's son, "You and your family have hurt a lot of people," and asked, "Does all of this make you feel good?"
The 2019 "Where We Are on TV" report finds inclusive shows like "Pose" and "Schitt's Creek" have made a powerful impact.
Trump's request that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky “do us a favor" got the A-list treatment.
The GOP former Pennsylvania senator slapped Republicans with a bleak warning about the suburbs.
In "Kiss Me (Like They Do in the Movies)," the actor and singer enjoys a cinema date with a handsome suitor, but ponders "whether or not it's true."
Trump was lying "faster than I can type," tweeted Daniel Dale.
On "Watch What Happens Live," Brown appeared to backpedal on his previous comments about his "Dancing With the Stars" co-contestant.
He spent almost 30 years posing for photos along the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The "Late Night" host highlighted Trump's radical change of mind when it comes to one aspect of the impeachment inquiry.
"We can’t solve the problem when we have elected officials who are paid by the fossil fuel industry."
The "Late Show" host hits the South Carolina senator with the evidence he's trying to avoid.