Top 5 Hollywood news today: Justin Bieber breaks Elvis Presley's record, Courtney Cox reacts on 'Friends' reunion

WION Web Team
New DelhiUpdated: Feb 27, 2020, 07:07 PM IST


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From Justin Beiber creating history to Courteney Cox reacting to 'Friends' reunion to Rose McGowan reacting to Weinstein case- here are the top stories of the day. 

Justin Bieber just broke Elvis Presley's record by becoming the youngest musician to have the maximum number 1 albums.  Meanwhile, like most of the fans across the world, Courteney Cox too seems very excited about the much-anticipated reunion of the 'Friends' cast. 

Here are the top stories of the day.

Justin Bieber beats Elvis Presley to become youngest singer with seven no.1 albums

Justin is now the youngest singer to have the maximum number of no.1 albums on the Billboard Hot 200 list. He has till date seven albums that have been on top of the chart. 

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Monica of 'Friends' aka Courteney Cox on reunion special: We're going to have the best time

After the news of ‘Friends’ reunion special finally happening spread like wildfire on the internet, Monica aka Courteney Cox revealed that she is looking forward to seeing her friends. 

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Pink Floyd's Roger Waters recites Delhi poet Aamir Aziz's ‘Sab Yaad Rakha Jayega’ at a protest march in London

Veteran musician Roger Waters, the guitarist of Pink Floyd, joined hundred others in a protest march on Saturday, February 22 to demand the release of jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. 

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Rose McGowan on Harvey Weinstein: Feel like he and I are strapped in this battle together until one of us is dead

Harvey Weinstein might have gotten convicted on charges of sexual assault and rape but actress Rose McGowan wants more. After the ruling was announced, Rose revealed that she feels locked in  a battle with the disgraced media mogul and that it won’t end for her “probably not until he’s dead now.”

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'To Kill A Mockingbird' becomes the first play performed inside Madison Square Garden

The cast of the Broadway play 'To Kill A Mockingbird' took over Madison Square Garden for a free performance for New York City public school students on Wednesday (February 26). The play, which is promoted as 'American's most successful play,' is the first play to be performed at the famed arena and considered to 'the most-attended single performance of a theatrical work ever in world theater.'

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