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  1. Ok there is a thing - I am not a fan of "Crossroads" but yesterday I just find the movie to see the budget of it and I saw ratings - 3.5/10. I know that it's not a great movie or smth but it doesn't deserves 3.5.. I think its because of Britney and the haters thing.. So if we all just log in (connect with gmail or fb if you don't have accounts ) and give it 10 from 10 it might help I think.. here is the link: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0275022/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0
  2. TABS! Lady Gaga's star power remains immense. Her 'One World' special, an effort to raise morale and money to fight COVID, was a success. 270 million people worldwide tuned in, according to Deadline. Showbiz411 thinks it did just alright. "On ABC the two hour average was 5 million, just as it was on NBC. On CBS it was a little lower, just above 4 million. A huge hit? For network TV, if it were all on one channel, yes. Spread out among the three, not so much." They also say the demos were low numbers for young people, very high for over 50. Funny. Cause here are some more receipts: The special aired across 60 global broadcast networks, nine major digital platforms and hundreds of affiliates, across more than 175 countries. According to Nielsen, the U.S. estimated 20.7 million viewers tuned into the two-hour broadcast special across multiple networks including ABC, NBC, ViacomCBS Networks, The CW, and iHeartMedia. According to Alphonso data, 45% of all live TV viewers in the U.S. tuned into the special.Apparently, things faired better online, with 46 million live streams. 23 million from Facebook, 16 million is Youtube and 7 million from Twitter Live. All in all, Gaga reportedly helped raise $127 million. Did YOU tune in? Thoughts on the ratings?
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