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Spain Cancels Plácido Domingo Concerts Over Sex Abuse Allegations

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Plácido Domingo, at a dress rehearsal in Orange, France in July 2019. Christophe Simon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Fallout After Union Makes Plácido Domingo Announcement; Another Accuser Comes Forward

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Plácido Domingo Engaged In 'Inappropriate Activity,' Union Says

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In a statement, singer Plácido Domingo said, "I accept full responsibility for my actions, and I have grown from this experience." Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Union Says Plácido Domingo Engaged In 'Inappropriate Activity'

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Thomas A. Dorsey was one of the gospel pioneers profiled in George Nierenberg's Say Amen, Somebody. The documentary was originally released in 1982, and has been remastered and re-released. Courtesy Milestone Films hide caption

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'Say Amen, Somebody' Restoration Unveils The Wonder Of The Gospel Pioneers

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"This story isn't unique to us. There's a lot of parents and kids going through this same thing," Katie Pruitt says of confronting her sexuality and her mother on her debut album, Expectations. Alysse Gafkjen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Debut Album That Confronts Ingrained 'Expectations' With Emotional Clarity

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Whitney Houston photographed at the World Music Awards in 2004. Starting Feb. 25, a concert show starring a hologram of Houston, who died in 2012, will tour Europe. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images hide caption

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'An Evening With Whitney' Hologram Tour Trades On The Image Of A Complicated Star

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