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Gossip: J.K. Rowling Apologizes For Killing Professor Snape; Carol Burnett Ready For Return To Comedy At 84

J.K. Rowling apologized for one of her most controversial Harry Potter deaths and consequentially divided her fans on social media.

The author of the Harry Potter franchise issued the apology on Twitter on May 2, the anniversary of the fictional Battle of Hogwarts in which many popular characters met their fate.

“OK, here it is,” Rowling began. “Please don’t start flame was over it, but this year I’d like to apologise for killing (whispers)… Snape. *runs for cover*”

At 84, Carol Burnett Ready For Return To TV Comedy Full-Time

Carol Burnett typically spends her mornings doing crossword puzzles with her husband, but the comedy legend could return to a full-time work schedule if the pilot she recently shot for ABC becomes a regular series.

In “Household Name,” produced by Amy Poehler, Burnett plays an eccentric, aging movie star who arranged to continue living in her old mansion even though the home’s new owners, a young family, have already moved in.

Burnett says Poehler would play her daughter in future episodes.

“I’m looking forward to actually locking eyeballs with Amy because I know her and we’re friends,” Burnett said in a recent interview. “So I’m looking forward to the show in which, as I say, we’ll be able to lock eyeballs and get in the sandbox together.”

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