Broadway Balances America View Comments You’ll get a kick out of this! Broadway Balances America, the special six-part series airing on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television, returned on September 22 with a behind-the-scenes look at the tour of the Tony-winning Kinky Boots. Correspondent Amber Milt travels to New York and talks to the show’s Tony and Grammy-winning composer Cyndi Lauper and producers Daryl Roth and Hal Luftig about how the musical’s uplifting message is inspiring fellows from Lauper’s True Colors Fund for LGBT youths. Milt also speaks with star Kyle Taylor Parker about how Kinky Boots has touched his life. Click play!
The 28-year-old Holland international was left out of the squad for Saturday’s 3-1 Barclays Premier league defeat at Chelsea for “disciplinary” reasons, but has not started a game for the Black Cats since the 3-0 derby victory over Newcastle on October 25 amid Allardyce’s concerns over his work-rate. That has left a man who arrived on Wearside during the summer from Dynamo Kiev in a transfer which could eventually cost the club £13million considering his options. Sunderland midfielder Jeremain Lens has admitted he could look to leave the club next month after failing for force his way into manager Sam Allardyce’s plans. Press Association Lens told Fox Sports: “It’s definitely annoying. I am not playing and I did not come to the Premier League to sit on the bench. Something will have to change anything. What, we will see though. “A transfer in the winter? That could happen. Once the window is open, we will see what will happen.” Allardyce revealed after the game at Stamford Bridge at the weekend that Lens had been omitted from the squad as the result of an unspecified incident following the previous weekend’s defeat by Watford. Reports have suggested he will be fined, but the player insists he is in the dark. Lens said: “I know nothing. No one has spoken to me.”
FIFA had barred the Spanish club from signing new players for the next two windows – as punishment for breaking rules over the transfer of under-18s.The ruling from CAS means Real will be able to bring in additions in the summer – but not next month. In Transfer news, Newcastle could move for Brentford’s Alan Judge.The Ireland international has yet to make an appearance this season due to injury.Meanwhile, Real Madrid’s transfer ban has been cut after an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.