We could really use some sort of herbal refreshment at this news! Clueless creator Amy Heckerling has now written the book to the previously reported stage adaptation of the hit 1995 movie. “It’s a jukebox musical,” she told ET, also confirming that Rock of Ages director Kristin Hanggi will helm the tuner.Clueless is loosely based on Jane Austen’s Emma and follows Cher, a high school student in Beverly Hills who, alongside best friend Dionne (both named after famous singers of the post who now do infomercials), decide to take a transfer student under their wing. After giving her a makeover and playing matchmaker, Cher discovers that despite her popularity, she herself is in need of a makeover to find the relationship she longs for.The film starred Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, the late Brittany Murphy and Paul Rudd. According to Heckerling: “Well casting—that’s like going to be like the main problem.”Leave it with us, Ms. Heckerling. We’re already compiling a list of virgins who can’t drive (but can belt). They may or may not include Katy Perry. View Comments
Kwesé TV Africa’s trusted source for premium sports content, and exclusive broadcaster for the fight, Kwesé TV will deliver all the ringside action live from Wembley Stadium. Kwesé will provide ample coverage for the fight across its viewing platforms. Kwesé TV subscribers can enjoy live blow-by-blow action on their satellite TV decoders. Viewers who want to catch the fight on-the-go can do so through the Kwesé TV or Kwesé iflix apps. If you can’t tune in for the live action, Kwesé Free Sports will air a delayed broadcast of the fight on Sunday 23 September at 6.00pm. Whatever your viewing preference, this multiplatform broadcast network has got you covered.African audiences can join the estimated 90, 000 spectators expected at the Wembley Stadium by tuning into the various Kwesé TV platforms.“We pride ourselves in broadcasting nothing but the best in international and African sporting action. As the home of premium sports content, Kwesé will once again provide exclusive coverage of yet another epic Joshua showdown. To catch the live action and see the continent’s son in action, visit your nearest Kwesé dealer to subscribe to the service or renew your subscription. This is one fight you do not want miss,” expressed Elizabeth Amkpa, general manager, Kwesé TV.Boxing fans can also visit their nearest Kwesé branded store(s) to purchase a decoder and dish for N10,960, inclusive of one-month free subscription, to catch the fight on Kwesé Sports 1, channel 301 on the Kwesé TV bouquet.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The international boxing community will stand still on Saturday 22 September to witness Anthony Joshua defend his world titles against Alexander Povetkin. The much-loved Joshua, will hope to retain his IBO, WBA, IBF and WBO heavy weight titles, while seasoned boxer Povetkin attempts to strip his opponent of the titles, securing heavy weight glory for himself. It is set to be another big night for British boxing one that boxing enthusiasts will not want to miss.The stakes are high as both fighters enter the ring with an impressive track record. Joshua is currently the unified heavyweight world champion, with three of the four major world championships in the sport to his name. He returns to the ring following his victory against Joseph Parker by a unanimous points decision in March of this year. Joshua is a confident boxer, with the undefeated track record to back it up.Povetkin is no stranger to the ring either. The former WBA champion has 35 bouts under his belt, 34 victories, 24 of which by TKO. Povetkin has only recorded one loss to Joshua’s former opponent Wladimir Klitschko in 2013, since then he has won eight consecutive fights, including a knockout victory over David Price on the Joshua-Parker undercard. He will attempt to steal heavy weight glory from Joshua and continue his new winning streak.