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Demi Lovato on the brink of a breakup with fiancé Max Ehrich

Demi Lovato and fiancé Max Ehrich likely won’t be saying “I do.”

A source close to the couple told Page Six that they are struggling to make their relationship work.

“It’s not over yet,” our insider shared, “but it’s on its way there.”

Reps for the couple didn’t return a request for comment.

Speculation has been running rampant that the two have called it quits after Lovato’s bodyguard and sister both unfollowed Ehrich on Instagram. Lovato, 28, and Ehrich, 29, haven’t “liked” each other’s last several social media posts, either.

The actor from “The Young and the Restless” came under fire recently when it appeared he had left thirsty messages on posts from Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus. Lovato came forward and claimed the screenshots were fake...

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‘The Last Shift’ review: Sharp drama dissects life’s struggles

Stanley is a dying breed.

He’s a 38-year veteran of Oscar’s Chicken and Fish, a run-of-the-mill fast food joint in Albion, Michigan, where he’s the night manager. Days before his retirement, he still lives with two deadbeat roommates, makes lame “Terminator” jokes and doesn’t know how to drive. But his passion lies with hamburger patties and honey-mustard sauce. Hollywood, which tends to glorify glitzier jobs than this, forgets guys like Stanley exist.

His final week of work is the subject of “The Last Shift,” writer-director Andrew Cohn’s sharp new drama about middle-class work, race and our perceptions of both.

Awkward Stanley (Richard Jenkins) has decided to move to Florida to be near his mother, so he’s told to train Jevon (Shane Paul McGhie) as his replacement...

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Public Enemy’s Chuck D on Breonna Taylor case: ‘It was a teachable moment’

Public Enemy is still ready to “Fight the Power.”

Thirty-one years after that classic track dropped, the legendary Long Island posse returns Friday with a new LP, “What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?” It marks the group’s return to Def Jam, the iconic hip-hop label that they helped build, and features “Fight the Power: Remix 2020,” an all-star update of the 1989 anthem.

The Post spoke to PE leader Chuck D, 60, shortly after Wednesday’s controversial Breonna Taylor decision. Here, he sounds off on being an “OG” in the Black Lives Matter movement, why “Fight the Power” is still relevant and getting the surviving Beastie Boys to record again.

How does it feel that “Fight the Power” is still so relevant, maybe even more so, 31 years later?

The bones of the s...

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Chris Rock to host ‘SNL’ Season 46 premiere on Oct. 3

Rock on.

For the first time in six years, funnyman Chris Rock, 55, will return to Studio H8 on Oct. 3 to host “Saturday Night Live’s” 46th season.  He will be joined by musical guest Megan Thee Stallion, 25.

NBC made the announcement in a Thursday afternoon tweet with a picture of sticky notes labeled “OCT 3,” “Chris Rock” and “Megan Thee Stallion.”

The gig marks the former cast member’s third time hosting “SNL” — he previously in 1996 and 2014 — and Megan’s first-ever appearance on the sketch show. If that wasn’t enticing enough, Jim Carrey will debut as Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on the episode, which airs just four days after Biden and Donald Trump face off in the first prime-time presidential debate.

This has been a banner month for Ro...

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Bachelor Nation Blunders: From behind-the-scenes flirting to Arie Luyendyk Jr.

Falling in love and falling apart since 2002.

Across the long and dramatic history of “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette,” the only emotion more prevalent than heartbreak might very well be sheer cringe.

Viewers watched on as contestants offered up embarrassing admissions, got brutally dumped with the cameras rolling and were caught in sneaky lies. Fan favorites were let go, and villains returned. But Bachelor Nation stayed true, even after what might have been the worst season ever with Juan Pablo Galavis.

Here’s a look back at the biggest blunders from “Bachelor” and “Bachelorettes” past.

Arie Luyendyk Jr. became the most hated bachelor in ‘Bachelor’ history

‘The Bachelor,’ season 22

The race car-driving silver fox ignited the interest of Bachelor Nation when...

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Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ reshoots reportedly cost $70M

UPDATED 9/24/20 AT 7:00 PM ET Zack Snyder‘s Justice League is reversing earlier claims that the upcoming HBO Max mini-series would not include any newly shot footage. A report from the Hollywood Reporter reveals that Snyder’s project will be filming new footage, after all, and it sounds like the reshoot is turning out to be even more expensive than previously estimated.

According to The Wrap, production on Snyder’s new Justice League will cost about $70 million, bringing the budget to more than twice the original number. Instead of crafting the new cut with special effects, the cast of the original film will now return for a full week of additional filming with the director.

Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and Ray Fisher as Cyborg will all...

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Allen Maldonado finally gets a starring role in Netflix’s ‘Sneakerheads’

The pursuit of shoes leads to a host of trouble in Allen Maldonado’s new Netflix comedy “Sneakerheads.”

Out Friday, the series follows Devin (Maldonado), a stay-at-home dad who is a recovering “sneakerhead,” people entrenched in the lucrative fashion subculture of collecting and trading sneakers.

When his friend Bobby (Andrew Bachelor, “Black Jesus”) causes him to lose thousands of dollars in a get-rich-quick scheme gone awry, Devin and Bobby team up with a motley crew of pals to recover the money — before his wife finds out that he fell off the sneakerhead wagon.

“I was familiar [with sneaker culture], but not as knowledgeable as [the show’s] sneakerheads,” Maldonado, 37, tells The Post. “They are fanatics. They’re passionate and they’re artists...

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Prince’s ‘Sign o’ the Times’ reissued with 63 previously unreleased tracks

“Purple Rain” will always be seen as the crown jewel in Prince’s catalog — and really, who could argue with that?

But for a work that truly showed the breadth and brilliance of his artistry, his 1987 double album “Sign o’ the Times” is a certified classic in its own right.

(Indeed, both “Sign” and “Purple Rain” ranked in the top 50 of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list released by Rolling Stone this week.)

The LP that gave us such hits as “U Got the Look,” “I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man” and, of course, the title track, is getting a lot of love with Friday’s reissue blowout. The Super Deluxe Edition includes a whopping 63 previously unreleased tracks from the Purple One’s vaunted vaults.

Here are some of the tracks that’ll have you party...

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‘Blade Runner’ Oscar Pistorius’ murder story laid bare in new film

Turning on “The Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius,” you may expect an answer as to whether the South African track star meant to kill his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on that night in February 2013. But you won’t find a clear-cut conclusion.

Even the documentary’s director is still torn.

“It depends what mood I’m in when I wake up,” Daniel Gordon tells The Post about his own beliefs on Pistorius’ guilt. “It depends on what part of the film I watch. The truth is, we will never know. But we can have a hunch and come with a bias before we watch the film and things will be explained.”

The riveting four-part “30 for 30” documentary, which premieres on ESPN+ Sunday, artfully paints a complex portrait of the boundary-breaking Olympic sprinter whose downfall was as great ...

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‘The Simpsons’ finds replacement to voice Carl after Hank Azaria’s exit

Fans of “The Simpsons” might notice one character sounds different in the Season 32 premiere Sunday.

Carl Carlson, Homer Simpson’s nuclear plant co-worker and Lenny Leonard’s best friend, will not be voiced by Hank Azaria, at least in the season premiere episode.

Carl will now be voiced by actor Alex Désert, according to Variety, although it’s unclear whether this is a permanent replacement.

Désert, 52, also voices Swarm on Disney XD’s “Spider-Man: Maximum Venom” and Mr. Bojenkins on Adult Swim’s “Mr. Pickles.” He can also be seen in “The Flash,” “Becker” and “Better Call Saul,” and is the lead singer in the ska band Hepcat.

The switch comes as producers for “The Simpsons” said earlier this summer that it will no longer have white actors voice non-whit...

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