From the kingly concerts to courtside couples, here are your top entertainment headlines:

Coronation Concert

It's a huge weekend for the royal family and King Charles III as his highly-anticipated coronation gets underway. 

The age-old ritual also will be capped off with a number of high-profile performances from Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, the headliners for the coronation concert. Andrea Bocelli, Sir Bryn Terfel, Take That, Freya Ridings, and Alexis Ffrench are also set to hit the stage.

For Richie and Perry, their relationships to the newly-crowned king comes full circle with the performances. In 2020, Perry was appointed as an ambassador of the British Asian Trust, which was co-founded by then-Prince Charles, and Richie was the first global ambassador of The Prince's Trust in the year prior.

Hoops Playoffs

The NBA is currently experiencing its biggest playoff viewership in decades and there's good reason to tune in for more this weekend. A slate of hot contests — with some budding rivalries — are set to take over.

The Philadelphia 76ers are returning to the Wells Fargo Center for the team's first home game of the second round against the Boston Celtics. Center Joel Embiid will receive his MVP award trophy ahead of the game as both squads look to go up 2-1. 

Also in the East, the Miami Heat and New York Knicks are knotted up 1-1 as the series heads to South Beach on Saturday. All eyes are on Jalen Brunson and Jimmy Butler who both look to give their time the advantage in the best of seven series.

Across the country in Los Angeles, LeBron James and the Lakers look to defend the Crypt against the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors. It's a game that could have major implications in shifting the momentum in either direction in what is yet another tied series. 

And finally, the Denver Nuggets, who have a 2-0 series lead against Kevin Durant and the Phoenix Suns, look to win tonight's game three in hopes of closing out the series on Sunday in a 4-0 sweep.


Meanwhile, stars Tom Holland and Zendaya were spotted courtside enjoying the Lakers/Warriors matchup. The couple starred together in the MCU Spider-Man movies, and Zendaya's latest flick, Dune 2, just had a trailer drop.

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