<![CDATA[NBC 6 South Florida - TV, movies, music and celebrity news]]> Copyright 2015 http://www.nbcmiami.com/entertainment/entertainment-news http://media.nbcbayarea.com/designimages/NBC+6+LOGO+GOOGLE.png NBC 6 South Florida http://www.nbcmiami.com en-us Fri, 28 Aug 2015 05:32:34 -0400 Fri, 28 Aug 2015 05:32:34 -0400 NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[Trump Has Attendee Pull at His Hair, Attacks Media]]> Thu, 27 Aug 2015 19:02:49 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/AP_343928941003.jpg

Donald Trump forcefully defended his hair and attacked the New York Times for a front-page report on his adversarial relationship with Spanish-language media during a rally in South Carolina on Thursday.

The GOP presidential frontrunner took umbrage to the opening paragraph of the Times story that details how Hispanic radio host Ricardo Sánchez has nicknamed Trump "El hombre del peluquín," or "the man of the toupee."

"I don't wear a toupee. It's my hair. I swear," he said before inviting a woman in attendance to inspect his head. 

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<![CDATA[Misty Copeland Debuts on Broadway]]> Thu, 27 Aug 2015 07:22:04 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-485224106.jpg

After making history as the first black woman to be named principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, Misty Copeland conquered the Great White Way on Tuesday night, making her Broadway debut in the acclaimed revival of “On the Town.”

She’ll be with the show for just 12 performances, through its closing at the Lyric Theatre on Sept. 6.

Copeland’s performance was met with thunderous applause from the enthusiastic audience, which included celebrities like Grammy-winner Josh Groban, Tony-winner Phylicia Rashad, NBC’s own Al Roker (“Today”) and Tamara Tunie (“Law & Order: SVU”).

Also in the audience? Ninety-year-old dancer Billie Allen, the first black woman to perform in “On the Town” back in the show’s original 1944 production.

“As somebody with Broadway ambitions myself, to see Misty up there and making her Broadway debut was spectacular,” Groban told NBC New York. “Her dancing is transcendent, and to see her technique within a musical was a wonderful experience for everybody involved.”

Copeland plays Ivy Smith in the show, an inspiring performer and the current winner of the monthly “Miss Turnstile” competition. Smith becomes the object of affection for sailor Gabey (Tony nominee Tony Yazbeck), who, with the help of friends Chip (Jay Armstrong Johnson) and Ozzie (Clyde Alves), sets, out to find her while on 24-hour shore leave in New York City.

The musical, which features music by Leonard Bernstein and book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, is based on Jerome Robbin’s 1944 ballet “Fancy Free.” Many of the show’s biggest dance numbers — choreographed in this production by Emmy winner Joshua Bergasse — feature Copeland’s character.

That includes the “Presentation of Miss Turnstiles,” in which we first meet Ivy. The dance paints the picture of a day in the life of Miss Turnstiles, and has Copeland pirouetting from photo shoots to night clubs to taking care of her fictional husband in her home.

You can watch Copeland perform the number here. As you’ll see, it’s a much more lighthearted dance than Copeland typically performs at the American Ballet Theatre. And yet she feels completely at home in it, punching up the humor of the piece and moving comfortably through the numbers more complicated movements.

Copeland is equally at home during the show’s book scenes. Her Ivy is more bubbly and bold than her predecessor Megan Fairchild’s, creating a sweet dynamic between Ivy and Gabey that puts their enthusiasm, nervousness and affection for one another on equal playing ground. 

We see a more traditional, romantic movement from Copeland during the show's stunning "The Real Coney Island" ballet. Copeland moves through the dance with poise and grace, leaving a trail of elegant lines and effortless flips behind her.

Her tenderness is perfectly matched with Yazbeck's rustic, masculine strength. The two are a dynamic pair, and when they hit that final pose at the piece's conclusion, you'll be left breathless.

“We really made that dance our own,” Yazbeck explained to NBC New York. “She was so collaborative and professional. We only rehearsed for a half hour one day, and then did two run-throughs the next day. And that was it. She’s the real deal.”

“I’m pretty much jealous of any other man who gets to partner with her in the future,” Yazbeck added. “Because she’s pretty incredible.”

Copeland's jeté into “On the Town” is the latest move in a history-making year for the 32-year-old. In addition to dancing leads in productions of “The Nutcracker,” “Romeo and Juliet” and “Swan Lake,” she’s also been featured on TV’s “60 Minutes” and on the cover of Time Magazine as one of their “100 Most Influential People in 2015.”

In a lovely coincidence, her first performance also happened to land on the birthday of Leonard Bernstein, who composed “On the Town” when he was only 26. Act II opened with the cast and audience paying tribute to the late composer with a rendition of a song he didn’t write: “Happy Birthday.”

For tickets to “On the Town” more information, visit onthetownbroadway.com.

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<![CDATA[WATCH 'The Voice' Takes a Psychedelic Trip]]> Wed, 26 Aug 2015 11:41:24 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/150824_2895159_The_Voice_Coaches__Virtual_Reality.jpg

Rainbows and butterflies and unicorns, oh my!

"The Voice" gets a whole new look as season nine coaches take a psychedelic trip in the latest promo for the hit singing competion series, which returns with blind auditions September 21 on NBC. 

In the promo clip released Tuesday, coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams don virtual reality headsets and go on a wild and colorful ride to a land where animation rules and anything is possible.

As Stefani, Williams and Shelton fly in on their big red chairs, scene-stealer Levine opts for a unicorn. In the pursuit of talent for the upcoming series, Stefani sprouts butterfly wings to get ahead of her fellow coaches. And just like on the actual show, the four stars can't help but indulge in some friendly arguing. 

If the new promo isn't enough to whet your appetite for the new season, news that Missy Elliott is joining the "Voice" family as adviser to Team Pharrell will have you wishing it were Sept. 21 already. 

As for the rest of season nine's guest advisers, Selena Gomez is set to mentor returning coach Stefani's team, Shelton has recruited fellow country crooner Brad Paisley and Levine has tasked John Fogerty with mentoring his contestants.

And if that's not enough star power for you, Rihanna is set to be the key adviser for all of the contestants, a role previously filled by Taylor Swift and Nate Reuss. 

"The Voice" returns to NBC on Monday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. ET

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<![CDATA[Jenner PCH Crash Presented to LA DA's Office]]> Wed, 26 Aug 2015 07:15:24 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/201*120/08-25-2015-caitlyn-jenner-leather-jacket-1.jpg

A fatal crash on Pacific Coast Highway involving Caitlyn Jenner has been presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office.

The office confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department presented the case in connection with the fatal February crash to the Major Crimes Division, responsible for handling high-profile cases. It was not immediately clear what charges, if any, Jenner might face.

Jenner was hauling an off-road vehicle on a trailer behind her Cadillac Escalade on Feb. 7 when she steered to avoid cars slowing for a traffic light in front of her on PCH in Malibu.

Jenner's SUV rear-ended two cars, pushing the Lexus into oncoming traffic and also hitting a Prius. The 69-year-old Lexus driver was killed when her car was struck head-on by a Hummer.

The Associated Press reported last week that the sheriff's report recommended a manslaughter charge, but a source familiar with the case told NBC News no recommendation was made. If prosecutors make a decision to charge Jenner, she will be charged with misdemeanor manslaughter, at most, the source said.

A timetable for a decision from the district attorney's office also was not available Tuesday.

Jenner's attorney declined to comment, the AP reported.

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<![CDATA['Carmichael Show' Finds Comedy in Current Events]]> Tue, 25 Aug 2015 17:04:36 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/NUP_168478_2133.JPG

Depending on your point of view, Jerrod Carmichael meeting sitcom legend Norman Lear a week to the day "The Carmichael Show" premieres on NBC is either an incredible coincidence or a twist of fate foreshadowing success.

For Lear, 93, is the hit producer behind such television comedy classics as "All in the Family," "The Jeffersons," "Maude" and "Good Times." Such shows, Carmichael says, along with "Cheers, "The Cosby Show" and "Murphy Brown," were a constant in his youth and continue to inform his work.  

"It was amazing," he says of the meeting the following day via phone from Los Angeles. "He's great, so smart. And I got the chance to tell him 'thank you' and how much his work inspires me."

Carmichael rose to pop culture prominence in 2014 due to a role in the big screen hit "Neighbors" and his own HBO comedy special, "Love at the Store," directed by Spike Lee. With "The Carmichael Show" (premiering Wednesday, August 26 at 9/8c), the 27-year-old rising star transfers his conversational stand-up style to the sitcom format, finding humor through misinformed and misunderstood characters grappling with current social events. 

"It's new for me," says Carmichael of making the format shift. "Being a new creative outlet there is always a lot to learn. The curve was trying to bring the same truth of my stand-up to this outlet. Really just kind of figuring out how to have the other side of the argument. Making sure that we had the full argument.

"I always lean toward stories or shows that make me think, make me feel something," explains co-creator and writer Carmichael of his hopes for "TCS," which is semi-autobiographical. Set in Charlotte, N.C. (Carmichael was raised in Winston-Salem), the series revolves around the relationships Carmichael has with his often politically incorrect father, Joe (David Alan Grier), Bible-quoting mother, Cynthia (Loretta Devine), ever-hustling brother Bobby (Lil Rey Howery) and therapist-in-training girlfriend Maxine (Amber Stevens West). 

"TCS" maintains a multi-camera format giving it a classic series feel. And like those above-mentioned sitcoms of the seventies and eighties Carmichael says are "always playing in my house," the new series is not afraid to tackle of-the-moment issues, filtering upcoming topics such as gender identity, racial profiling, religion in schools and presidential politics through the lens of familial humor. 

"When you are talking about current events a lot times comedy just naturally happens," Carmichael explains when asked how he maintains a balance between the seriousness of certain subject matter and the desire to create laughs. "You start getting enough perspectives in one room and comedy is going to occur. You're always going to have people who disagree with one another and as long as you can keep it true to conversation, true to perspective, I don't really worry about the comedy. Making sure the perspective is there is priority number one and jokes just come out of that."

"The Carmichael Show" debuts with back-to-back episodes Wednesday, August 26 at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. C on NBC. 

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<![CDATA[Jon Stewart Wrestles With John Cena, His Future]]> Wed, 26 Aug 2015 07:13:43 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/stewart-GettyImages-154080498.jpg

As a bearded Jon Stewart stalked the hulking John Cena with a metal folding chair Sunday night at World Wrestling Entertainment’s SummerSlam in Brooklyn, one of the announcers asked in mock horror: "What is Jon Stewart doing?"

Good question. And one that could just as easily have been asked the following evening when he was body-slammed by John Cena on "Monday Night Raw."

Only Stewart knows why he picked the WWE events for his first major appearances since wrapping his 16-year-plus run in the rollicking ring known as "The Daily Show" on Aug. 6. Perhaps the choice represents a wry commentary on the outsized expectations for whatever he chooses as his next act. Or maybe he just couldn't resist another opportunity to indulge in his love of professional wrestling.

Either way, Stewart's grappling with his future is a main event of comedy.

He's not the only former late night TV titan drawing attention for post-hosting appearances. David Letterman, sporting a similar retirement beard, unexpectedly joined Steve Martin and Martin Short on-stage in San Antonio last month and delivered a Top 10 list of “Interesting Facts About Donald Trump” (No. 7: “He wants to build a wall? How about building the wall around that thing on his head?”).

Letterman has hinted he'll be back in the public eye in some form. His soon-to-debut successor, Stephen Colbert recently told Howard Stern he'd like to have Letterman on as a guest on “Late Show.” Since leaving “The Tonight Show” for good last year, Jay Leno's been busy with stand-up appearances and his upcoming auto-focused CNBC show, “Jay Leno’s Garage.”

The former hosts’ still-emerging paths diverge from that of late night king Johnny Carson, who went into near-hermit-hood after his 30-year run on "The Tonight Show," save for a couple cameos on Letterman's CBS program.

Stewart's case is different from his late night peers' in some key ways. At age 52, he's more than a decade younger that Letterman and Leno. And charting the course of Stewart's future, thanks to his young, devoted and digitally engaged audience, is a public participation sport: A Change.org petition calling for him to moderate one of the presidential debates has drawn nearly 300,000 supporters since being posted late last week.

News of the online drafting effort overshadowed Comedy Central’s fun and, um, cheeky first "Daily Show" promo featuring Stewart’s successor, Trevor Noah. The petition also underscored Stewart's unique place in the popular culture, and the lines he's blurred over the years as a comic, White House visitor, commentator of sorts (see his in-person 2004 “Crossfire” takedown), political performance artist (his and Colbert’s 2010 “Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear”) and restless entertainment polymath (his fact-based 2014 film, "Rosewater”).

Stewart's extracurricular activities also, of course, have included forays into professional wrestling. The hyperbolic WWE announcers on Sunday, no doubt to Stewart's delight, declared him a “criminal” with “no business being in” the ring as he slammed Cena in the mid-section with the chair.

Where Stewart belongs, in the short term and otherwise, is up to nobody but him. We're just waiting and watching for his next match.


Jere Hester is Director of News Products and Projects at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He is also the author of "Raising a Beatle Baby: How John, Paul, George and Ringo Helped us Come Together as a Family." Follow him on Twitter.

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<![CDATA['Jackass' Star Charged After Climbing Hollywood Crane]]> Tue, 25 Aug 2015 12:53:39 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/150809-steve-o-crane-hollywood.jpg

"Jackass" star Steve-O will face five criminal charges after he climbed a crane in Hollywood to protest SeaWorld and drew dozens of emergency responders to a construction site earlier this month.

The city of Los Angeles will also seek financial restitution for the cost of the police and fire response, said Frank Mateljan, spokesman for the City Attorney's Office.

Steve-O, whose legal name is Stephen Glover, was charged Monday with one count each of creating a false emergency, use of unregistered fireworks, storing fireworks without a permit, possession of fireworks without a permit, and trespassing, Mateljan said.

The charges stem from the Aug. 9 incident and a subsequent search of Glover's house, he said.

Glover's representative didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

The 41-year-old scrambled up a crane at least 100 feet high on Sunset Boulevard, inflating a large killer whale balloon emblazoned with "SeaWorld Sucks" and lighting fireworks when he reached the top, police said.

Glover, known for his outlandish stunts in the "Jackass" TV show and movies, later climbed down and was taken into custody.

Because the first responders were not sure whether he needed to be rescued, five ambulances, a helicopter and more than 80 firefighters went to the scene, Fire Department spokeswoman Margaret Stewart said the next day.

She said resources were stretched thin because firefighters were called around the same time to rescue the operator of a harbor crane who was stricken with a medical emergency.

Prosecutors are working with police and fire department officials to determine how much restitution will be sought, Meteljan said Tuesday.

Glover's arraignment was set for Aug. 31.

The performer was cited last year for another protest against the theme park. Glover said his demonstrations are in response to controversy over the 2013 documentary "Blackfish," which criticized SeaWorld's treatment of killer whales.

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<![CDATA['The Voice' Season 9: Go Behind the Scenes]]> Wed, 26 Aug 2015 11:21:26 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/Voice+Season+9.jpg Take a sneak peek behind the scenes of season nine of "The Voice," returning September 21 to NBC.

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<![CDATA[Top Celeb Pics: Ellen Joins Taylor Onstage]]> Tue, 25 Aug 2015 09:41:03 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/topEnt-GettyImages-485157626_master.jpg Check out the latest photos of your favorite celebrities.

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<![CDATA[Celeb Hookups: Alison Brie, Dave Franco]]> Tue, 25 Aug 2015 08:36:04 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-160490541.jpg Check out which celebrities are hooking up.

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<![CDATA['The Carmichael Show' Sneak Peek]]> Tue, 25 Aug 2015 16:52:35 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/NUP_167179_1564.JPG "The Carmichael Show" premieres Wednesday, August 26 at 9/8c on NBC.

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<![CDATA[Caitlyn Jenner Costume Sparks Social Media Outrage]]> Tue, 25 Aug 2015 16:01:49 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-480846712_caitlyn_jenner_homicidio.jpg

Halloween costumes and decorations seem to arrive in stores earlier and earlier every year.

October is more than two months away, yet one celebrity attire is already causing a social media firestorm.

The “Call Me Caitlyn” costume, reminiscent of Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover, consists of a corset-like top, shorts and a wig. 

Though Halloween costumes lampooning current events and celebrities are nothing new, Jenner's supporters condemn the attire as "transphobic" and "disgusting” and have launched a petition calling on one retailer to halt production.

“To make a costume out of a marginalized identity reduces that person and community to a stereotype for privileged people to abuse,” the petition statement read. “In this case, if you follow through with production of a Caitlyn Jenner costume, cisgender people will purchase it to make fun of her and our community.”

Spirit Halloween, a company behind pop-up costume stores that appear nationwide during the fall season, defended the ensemble in a statement to CNBC.

"At Spirit Halloween, we create a wide range of costumes that are often based upon celebrities, public figures, heroes and superheroes," said Lisa Barr, senior director of marking at Spirit Halloween. "We feel that Caitlyn Jenner is all of the above and that she should be celebrated. The Caitlyn Jenner costume reflects just that."

Spirit isn’t new to controversy. Last year, the company was criticized for selling "Slenderman" costumes inspired by the fictional internet character who allegedly compelled two 12-year-old girls to stab a classmate 19 times in a wooded park earlier that year.

Despite the company’s stated intentions, the advertisement, which features a features a tattooed male donning the outfit, “mocks the validity of a transgender’s identity,” according to a petition signer.

But Spirit isn’t the only company carrying the “Call Me Caitlyn” this year. Several online retailers are selling the costume under the “humorous” category, which some say undermines the struggles transgender people like Jenner go through every day.  

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<![CDATA[First Look: 'The Carmichael Show' ]]> Mon, 24 Aug 2015 13:38:21 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/NUP_168478_1446.JPG Check out stand-up comedian Jerrod Carmichael in the new NBC sitcom, "The Carmichael Show," premiering Wednesday, August 26 at 9pm/8c.

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<![CDATA[Man Sent Nude Photo to Rosie O'Donnell's Daughter: Prosecutor]]> Mon, 24 Aug 2015 15:43:28 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/rosie+odonnel+steven+sheerer.jpg

The 25-year-old New Jersey man with whom Rosie O'Donnell's daughter was found after she was reported missing last week did not enter a plea to charges of endangering the welfare of a child and distributing obscene images to a minor at a court appearance Monday.

Steven Sheerer was arrested Friday night at his home in Barnegat. A criminal complaint alleges he sent a nude photo over the Internet to a minor. A spokeswoman for Rosie O'Donnell confirmed over the weekend the minor involved in the case is O'Donnell's daughter, Chelsea, who is 17.

Chelsea O'Donnell had been found at Sheerer's home Tuesday, hours after her mother posted a statement online saying the girl had left home on Aug. 11.

Sheerer's arrest stems from an investigation into the 17-year-old's cellphone calls that was initiated with the consent of the girl's mother. Police said the phone showed evidence of inappropriate communications over the last several weeks between Sheerer and teenager. Investigators also executed a search warrant and seized a computer and other digital equipment from Sheerer's home.

Police have said they don't believe anything criminal occurred while Chelsea O'Donnell was with him. Authorities said she suffers from mental illness and hadn't been taking her medication.

Sheerer's attorney, Robert Tarver, says he plans to provide the prosecution evidence to demonstrate his client is innocent of the charges.

"Everyone's been left with the notion that he's some sort of predator and, quite frankly, nothing could be further from the truth," Tarver said. "And we're able to show that."

Tarver said he would present exculpatory evidence at the appropriate time.

Sheerer, who was held in Ocean City Jail over the weekend, remains incarcerated in default of $40,000 cash bail. A bail reviewing hearing was scheduled for Tuesday and Tarver said he hopes to have his client's bail reduced.

Court records show Sheerer pleaded guilty to drug offenses in separate cases in 2012 and 2013. In each case, he was sentenced to two years of probation.

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<![CDATA[Man Found With Rosie O'Donnell's Daughter Arrested: Sources]]> Mon, 24 Aug 2015 11:48:37 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/rosie+odonnel+steven+sheerer.jpg

The 25-year-old man with whom Rosie O'Donnell's missing daughter was staying earlier this week was arrested Friday night for allegedly having inappropriate online communications with the teen, sources said.

Steven Sheerer was arrested at his New Jersey home on charges of endangering the welfare of a child and distribution of obscenity to a minor, according to police. His arrest stems from an investigation into a 17-year-old's cellphone calls that was initiated with the consent of the girl's mother. Sources said the mother is Rosie O'Donnell and the 17-year-old is her daughter, Chelsea O'Donnell.

Police said an examination of the phone showed evidence of inappropriate communications over the last several weeks between Sheerer and the 17-year-old. Investigators also executed a search warrant of Sheerer's home and seized a computer and other digital equipment, police said.

Sheerer is being held in Ocean City Jail on $40,000 cash bail. If convicted, each charge carries a penalty of five years in prison.

In 2012, Sheerer was in a car with another woman when they were stopped by police following a two-month narcotics investigation. The woman had heroin and drug paraphernalia on her while her 1-year-old and 3-year-old children were in the back seat of the car, police told NBC Philadelphia.

Police also searched Sheerer's home where they found heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. 

Sheerer was charged with third-degree possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, third-degree possession of heroin, third-degree endangering the welfare of a child, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was later convicted on those charges.

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<![CDATA['Tonight': A Performance by the Band Tux]]> Sat, 22 Aug 2015 03:25:41 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-484788394.jpg Tux (Jimmy Fallon and Jason Schwartzman) reunites to perform their classic back-to-school anthem about class picture day.]]> <![CDATA['Tonight' Thank You Notes: Bill Clinton Turns 69]]> Sat, 22 Aug 2015 03:20:34 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-484788416.jpg Jimmy pens thank you notes to oatmeal raisin cookies that look like chocolate chip and other things.]]> <![CDATA[Cop Dances to Cheer Up Sick Child ]]> Mon, 24 Aug 2015 06:47:05 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/173*120/breakdance.PNG

Officer Joe Marte knows how to put a smile on your face.

The San Francisco Police Department officer busted some serious moves to cheer up Colren Guerra, a cancer patient at UC Benioff Children's Hospital in San Francisco.

Marte's uniform didn't stop him from taking on the break dance challenge, right after Guerra showed off his skills. He came in on his day off to entertain Colten, who's a huge Incredible Hulk fan.

The 5-year-old from Brentwood has a 2.75 inch tumor in his kidney and doctors at UCSF diagnosed him with Stage 4 Neurblastoma Cancer that has spread to his hips, one leg, spine, kidney, some ribs, and shoulders.

Doctors started agressive chemotherapy on Feb. 14 and are hopeful of beating the cancer.

A Go Fund Me page has been set up to help Colten "Hulk" Guerra and his family with "medical expenses, daily expenses, and just love."

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