Entertainment news roundup: Harry Styles devastated by shooting in Denmark, cancels concert; BTS Reignites Debate Over Military Service In South Korea And More


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Harry Styles devastated by shooting in Denmark, cancels concert

British singer Harry Styles said he was “heartbroken” and “devastated” by a deadly shooting in a Copenhagen shopping center on Sunday after canceling a planned concert in the city. The “Sign of the Times” and “Watermelon Sugar” singer was scheduled to perform at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen on Sunday as part of her “Love On Tour.”

BTS reignites debate over military service in South Korea

A surprise decision by South Korean boy group BTS to take a break from live broadcasts has rekindled the debate over compulsory military service in a country that sets global pop culture trends while facing a threat of war. cold decades old. Military service is extremely controversial in South Korea where all able-bodied males between the ages of 18 and 28 are expected to serve for approximately two years as part of defense efforts against a hostile North Korea.

Oscar-winning actor Paul Haggis freed from house arrest in Italy, lawyer says

An Italian judge ruled on Monday that Oscar-winning screenwriter and director Paul Haggis should be released from house arrest while authorities continue to investigate allegations that he raped a woman, his lawyer told Reuters. “Our request to revoke the house arrest was accepted by the judge without further action, therefore Mr. Haggis is free,” said Michele Laforgia, his lawyer, adding that he still did not know if his client wished to leave. Italy.

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