Emmys 2020 Fashion: See What the Stars are Wearing!

Passengers evacuated after subway jumps tracks in Manhattan: FDNY

A train jumped the tracks and hit the pylons at the 14th Street subway station in Manhattan Sunday morning, officials said.

The derailment happened about 8:20 a.m. and about 30 passengers were evacuated from an A train on 8th Avenue, an FDNY spokeswoman said.

There were three minor injuries, the FDNY said.

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The Celtics Just Needed a Good Scream

Dina Lohan credits fiancé Jesse Nadler for getting her back on track

Love has been a healing potion for Dina Lohan.

Famed mom Lohan — who’s had some widely publicized struggles of late — tells us she credits fiancé Jesse Nadler with getting her life back on track.

“Jesse is the sole catalyst for getting me in shape and [with] a healthy mind, body and soul,” she told us, adding, “My love for him is [like] nothing I have ever felt in my entire life.”

The pair — who’ve been engaged twice — went through a rough patch lately, but they’re hopeful they’ll make their relationship work this time.

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Singer Natalie Grant says she lost fans after speaking out about George Floyd’s death

Gospel singer Natalie Grant tells Page Six she lost religious fans after speaking up against the murder George Floyd and police brutality.

“Religious people think that there is this rule in place of this righteousness that they’re trying to live out,” she told us, “which for me actually has nothing to do with the Jesus that I know and nothing to do with the Jesus I read about.”

She says she lost around 10,000 social media followers. Her new album “No Stranger” will be released Sep. 25th.

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Buzzzz-o-Meter: Stars Are Buzzing About This Stylish Menswear Collection

Heating up in Hollywood! If you’re looking to buy comfortable clothes to lounge around in or fill up on protein, Us Weekly has you covered! Find out what celebrities — including Ryan Seacrest and Aaron Rodgers — are buzzing about this week by scrolling through the photos!

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David Ortiz says he’s recovering from COVID-19

Retired Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz says he’s recovering after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Ortiz said Friday that he was asymptomatic, but that his brother who was also infected had to spend a week in the hospital and lost 25 pounds (11 kilograms). Ortiz was speaking during the NESN broadcast of the Red Sox game against the New York Yankees on Friday.

“This is no joke,” Ortiz said. “You don’t realize how crazy this is until it hits home. And I learned so much about this COVID-19 thing while I was going through the process. It’s an experience to be honest with you.”

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Shuttle bus runs light and crashes into Aston Martin, ejecting passenger

A man was ejected from a shuttle bus after it ran a red light and crashed into an Aston Martin in Brooklyn early Sunday, cops said.

The two vehicles were at Myrtle Avenue and Suydam Street in Bushwick when the bus struck the sports car around 4:30 a.m., according to police.

A 38-year-old man was ejected from the bus and rushed to NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst in critical condition. Both vehicles remained on the scene.

No further information was immediately available.

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NFL Week 2 best bets: Sunday night picks

Every Friday during the season, ESPN betting analysts Doug Kezirian (1-2 record), Joe Fortenbaugh (2-4), Anita Marks (5-1), Preston Johnson (3-3) and Tyler Fulghum (0-2), sports betting deputy editor David Bearman (3-1), Seth Walder (4-1) of ESPN analytics and Aaron Schatz (3-2) of Football Outsiders will tell us what they like from Sunday’s NFL slate.

Note: Lines courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill as of Thursday night.

8:20 p.m. ET

New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks (-4, 45)

Bryson DeChambeau runs away with US Open for first major title

Bryson DeChambeau’s muscles have a major to show for it.

The 27-year-old, who famously bulked up this spring, ran away with the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot on Sunday for the first major championship of his career.

DeChambeau finished at 6-under par after shooting 3–under on Sunday for a six-stroke victory.

Matthew Wolff was second at even-par.

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Emmys 2020 Fashion: See What the Stars are Wearing!

Nina Parker

In a gown from Lynne Carter Atelier.

Jimmy Kimmel’s Emmys Monologue Was Awkward AF

He was alone in the empty Staples Center — but you couldn’t tell at first.

When Jimmy Kimmel opened the socially distanced 2020 Emmy Awards, there was no live audience to welcome him onto the Staples Center stage. Instead, the seats were filled with cardboard cut-outs of some of the nominees, with a lonely real life Jason Bateman nestled among them. Welcome to the 72nd annual Emmys or, as Kimmel rechristened them, the Pandemmies.

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Emmys 2020 Fashion: See What the Stars are Wearing!

Padma Lakshmi

In a J. Mendel red dress. 

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