ShowBiz Minute: Timberlake, Miranda, Ruffalo
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Dateline: N/A - 25 October 2018
Date: 25/10/2018 10:30 AM
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FILE- Los Angeles, 23 Oct. 2016
1. Medium of Justin Timberlake arriving at the premiere of 'Trolls'
FILE- Los Angeles, 10 February 2013
2. Various of Justin Timberlake arriving at the Grammy Awards
FILE: San Juan, 7 November, 2017
3. Medium of Lin Manuel Miranda serving food to people
4. Wide of Miranda
5. Medium of Lin Manuel Miranda with his parents, Luz Towns-Miranda and Luis Miranda
6. Wide of Miranda with art
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7. Video clip - "Stand-N-Vote" campaign video
AP ShowBiz Minute
Justin Timberlake postponed his Wednesday night concert in New York City because his vocal cords are "severely bruised."
The pop star wrote on Instagram that he postponed his show at Madison Square Garden on doctor's orders
The concert has been rescheduled for January 31, which is his 38th birthday.
"Hamilton'' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda says several organizations have pledged nearly $3 million to help revive Puerto Rico's struggling coffee industry.
Miranda said Wednesday that nonprofit group TechnoServe will oversee the plan.
The announcement comes more than a year after Hurricane Maria destroyed 80 percent of Puerto Rico's crops.
Musician Dave Matthews and actors Shailene Woodley and Mark Ruffalo are encouraging Native Americans to vote in the upcoming US midterms.
The Stand-N-Vote campaign features the actors and American Indian comedian Auntie Beachress announcing a concert Saturday by Matthews and Ruffalo on the Standing Rock reservation.
This is Matt Kemp with AP ShowBiz Minute