Showing posts with label NBC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label NBC. Show all posts

Thursday, July 06, 2017



Megyn Kelly And Hoda Kotb

Ed Sheeran

Megyn Kelly and Hoda Kotb were snapped at The Ed Sheeran concert @ NBC's "Today" at Rockefeller Plaza this morning in New York City.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017


Justin Hartley

NBC’S “This Is Us” star Justin Hartley visited the Empire State Building yesterday in New York City. The star was all smiles for the cameras.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014


Kate Walsh

Kate Walsh was a smash at the NBC And Vanity Fair 2014-2015 TV Season Red Carpet Media Event at HYDE Sunset Kitchen in West Hollywood, California yesterday.

Tuesday, August 05, 2014


Natalie Morales

Homework! School clothes! Activities! Natalie Morales of NBC’s TODAY show speaks with the Fall 2014 issue of Woman’s Day for Latinas about the simple tricks she uses to keep her busy home humming. Her go-to time saving tricks include keeping a family calendar, instituting family “homework” time, saving hand-me-downs arranged by age for her youngest son, and decluttering her home in short 15 minute bursts.

As she smoothly delivers live TV segments ranging from breaking news to cooking lessons— often while wearing impressively high heels—TODAY news anchor and co host Natalie Morales seems to define the word organized. But the idea makes the 42-year-old chuckle. To hear her tell it, once she’s home in New Jersey with husband Joseph and sons Josh and Luke, she’s just another busy working mom.

“Josh is 10 and Luke is 5, so it’s always chaos in the house,” she says. “I try to keep things organized. But I have to work at it.” This means using the tricks she learned growing up in an orderly Air Force household, the second daughter of a Puerto Rican lieutenant colonel and a Brazilian stay-at-home mother.

“We moved every three years,” Natalie says. “You learned to think fast on your feet, and to get rid of anything you didn’t absolutely need.” These days, decluttering, scheduling and assigned chores help her family stay on track, especially during the hectic back-to-school weeks. The boys make their beds first thing in the morning; later, when homework’s done, Josh helps Mom make dinner— just as Natalie did when she was little. The routine, along with some commonsense tactics, makes life go more smoothly.

“It’s never a perfect balance,” says Natalie. “I just try to put some orderliness in the chaos.”


KEEP A FAMILY CALENDAR: “Our schedule changes constantly,” says Natalie. “It’s a real juggling act!” That’s especially true when the fall means all-new activities for the boys. She uses a big dry-erase board to keep events in full view and allow for easy changes.

MAXIMIZE YOUR MORNINGS: “In my job, you need to just get up and go—hit snooze and you’ll stay in bed all day,” says Natalie. She follows a well-established routine: laying out her clothes and putting her shoes by the front door the night before, then in the morning “religiously” making a fruit-and-veggie smoothie to go. “I know it’s probably the best time to get those good nutrients,” she says.

Thursday, March 13, 2014


Summer Rae and Natalya Rae

Summer Rae and Natalya Rae attended E!'s 'Total Divas' meet and greet at the NBC Experience Store today in New York City.

Thursday, December 05, 2013


Blake Shelton With Kelly Clarkson Backstage

Kelly Clarkson joined country superstars Blake Shelton, Reba, Trisha Yearwood, and more to celebrate the holiday season with a special concert at The Venetian Las Vegas ,which will air on NBC for her special to air on Wednesday, December 11 at 10:00 pm (ET/PT).

Clarkson and guests celebrate the festive season with a comedic musical take on a traditional Christmas morality tale. Song selection will come directly off her just-released Christmas album, “Wrapped in Red,” featuring classics such as “Silent Night” and “White Christmas” as well as the title track.

Celebrate the holiday season at The Venetian Las Vegas during Winter in Venice.

Photo Courtesy Of: NBC / Domain MSA

Saturday, May 18, 2013


Jimmy Fallon

Kibbles ’n Bits released a new survey this week with some fun and corky celebrity stats:

Kibbles ’n Bits surveyed some celebrity-loving dog parents and asked them: If your pup had a voice, which celebrity would it sound like?

· Nearly one-third (35%) of those with female dogs think their canine would most sound like Whoopi Goldberg over other celebrities with distinct voices

· One quarter (26%) of those with male pups think their dogs would sound like Morgan Freeman

As far as talk show wars, dog parents had specific thoughts on who has the better dog voice:

· Over one-third (34%) think Jimmy Fallon would make a better voice for a dog than other present and past talk show hosts. Nearly one in four (22%) name Jimmy Kimmel as having this talent

· Almost a quarter (24%) of dog owners think that if they sounded like Regis Philbin, they might get their dogs most excited for mealtime over other celebs with standout voices. Far fewer chose Regis’ successor, Michael Strahan (9%). What would Kelly think?!

Dog parents also saw Golden Girl Betty White as the best doggie babysitter:

· If they had to choose a celebrity to care for their dogs for a day, (54%) of Americans would choose animal lover Betty White

Kibbles ’n Bits and Kelton Research have surveyed dog parents across the country for a national contest that launched Friday. The contest, “Capture Your Bits of Love,” features pet parents talking to the camera in their best “doggie voice.” The winner will receive $5,000 and a lifetime supply of Kibbles ’n Bits.

Thursday, March 08, 2012



The Famed Sue Simmons Video

Once again NBC has proven that they have no loyalty to any of their employees. After 32 years, they have fired Sue Simmons. Sue hosted the NBC newscast with another legend Chuck Scarborough. Together they gave the Big Apple a news team you could trust.

Sue was a real New Yorker who told it like it was and even admitted to having a few drinks before going on the air. She brought worldwide attention to herself when she used the F-Word live on the air, a event that maybe shocked the rest of the country, but not the people of New York. We loved Sue Simmons for being real.

I remember many times in the 80's when I would be slamming down drinks and right alongside of me was the famed Sue Simmons. She was real and a news source you could trust. Back in those days New York was more of a party town and every member of the press would be running to events and having a few.

The past few years NBC has been showing how their employees mean nothing to them. They prove it time after time. One good example was when NBC moved the Jerry Springer Show from Chicago to Connecticut for tax breaks, and employees that had been with the show for many years were given the boot with just about no severance. The only employees that seemed to walk away with any kind of money, were the ones who knew of a certain NBC vice president's cocaine parties and alcohol binges. I for one witnessed this wild vice president at a event at New York's Cutting Room. We also drove around NYC in a huge stretch Limo, paid for by NBC. It might be good to also point out, that NBC just does not seem to want to pay taxes at all. Their parent company General Electric paid no taxes in 2010. They made $14.2 billion in worldwide profits that year, including $5.1 billion in the United States — and paid exactly zero dollars in federal taxes. But this means nothing as the NBC executives live a lavish lifestyle at the cost of taxpayers.

But back to Sue Simmons. She will surely be picked up by another network because we trust Sue Simmons and no one can deliver the news like her. The team of Sue Simmons and Chuck Scarborough could never be re-created anywhere, but Sue is such a talent, we are sure she will be heading onto bigger and better things.

Good Luck Sue, New Yorkers Love You!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011


Kristi Yamaguchi’s Dream Big, Little Pig! Debuts at #2 on the New York Times Bestseller List. Poppy the Pig Skates Her Way to the Top with Inspiring Message to “Always Dream”

Kristi Yamaguchi’s Dream Big, Little Pig!

Olympic gold-medal figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi has added another accomplishment to her already impressive résumé: New York Times bestselling author!

Yamaguchi’s first children’s picture book, Dream Big, Little Pig! debuted at #2 on the New York Times bestseller list for the week ending March 19.

“I am so thrilled and in awe that Dream Big, Little Pig! has achieved this honor,” Yamaguchi said. “I had always hoped that children would fall in love with Poppy the Pig like our family has.”

Dream Big, Little Pig! was inspired by Yamaguchi’s lifelong motto “always dream,” which has carried her to Olympic gold, to a winning turn on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, and, most importantly, as mother and role model to her two daughters. “Having two young children of my own, I realize how important early childhood literacy is in determining a child’s educational success,” Yamaguchi said. “Therefore, a portion of the proceeds will benefit my Always Dream Foundation’s early childhood literacy programs, which support underserved communities.” Independent publisher Sourcebooks is thrilled to be partnered with Kristi Yamaguchi in spreading her inspirational message to “dream big” through the charming character of Poppy the Pig, brought to life by illustrator Tim Bowers.

“We believe Dream Big, Little Pig! is nothing short of a classic,” said Sourcebooks publisher and CEO Dominique Raccah. “It’s charming and fun, everything you want in a picture book—and it’s a great read-aloud! Kristi and Poppy share an inspiring story, BIG dreams, and now the rest of us can share those dreams too."

Sourcebooks is set to publish a second book with Yamaguchi, due out in Spring 2012, that will continue to follow Poppy in her adventures.

“It was a delight working with Kristi on her debut picture book, and I'm thrilled to see young readers embracing her message to always dream,” said Rebecca Frazer, acquisition editor, Jabberwocky. “I'm looking forward to reconnecting with Kristi on her second book and following Poppy on another lively adventure!”

Dream Big, Little Pig! features Poppy the Pig, who has big dreams—lots of them! But following her dreams isn’t always easy, and whenever Poppy thinks it might be time to give up, her family reminds her to “dream big!” While on a “pig’s day out,” she has so much fun ice-skating that she doesn’t even notice those around her who think pigs can’t skate…and without even knowing it, she achieves her dream while doing something she loves! Poppy realizes she can succeed at anything as long as she believes in herself and has fun doing it! Kristi Yamaguchi is an Olympic gold medalist and world champion who knows about dreaming big. The motto “always dream” serves as Kristi’s personal inspiration, as well as the name of her charitable foundation for children. This philosophy has contributed to Kristi’s success on and off the ice, and she aspires to instill it in the hearts of children. Following her figure skating victories at the 1992 Winter Olympics and World Championships, Kristi embarked on a successful professional career that went nonstop for more than a decade. This past year, Kristi Yamaguchi’s Friends and Family TV special aired on NBC for the fourth straight year, and she became the first woman since the debut season to claim the trophy on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. One of her lasting legacies will be her Always Dream Foundation, which was founded in 1996 and has been an active fundraiser and supporter of children’s charities in the San Francisco Bay Area, sponsoring, among other events, annual Christmas toy drives. For more information, visit

Sunday, November 16, 2008


Hilary Duff

Sexy Hilary Duff is planning to make a television comeback, after signing a deal to star in her own series. The actress found fame in teen show Lizzie McGuire in 2003, before moving on to a successful music and movie career. Network executives at NBC announced on Friday that they’ve signed the actress to a new one-year deal. In addition to her own show, Duff has also agreed to make guest appearances on other NBC programs. A network spokesperson says, "Hilary is an incredible versatile talent with a huge following whose career we know will continue to soar on NBC."

Photo By: RD/ Leon / Retna Digital

Friday, April 13, 2007


The cast behind 'Jerry Springer'

For 16 years, America has been riveted by the outrageous guests and topics that make up "The Jerry Springer Show." It showcases some of America's most colorful characters, wild relationships and truly amazing stories. Now, for the first time, viewers can see how "The Jerry Springer Show," dubbed "the worst show in the history of television" by TV Guide, is made as backstage cameras capture life behind the curtain with VH1's new docu-soap, "The Springer Hustle." This insider's look at how America's most controversial television show is made premieres Sunday, April 15, at 11:30PM EST. The half-hour series will focus on the dedicated team of producers in the eye of the Springer hurricane -- a tight-knit family charged with bringing the wildest American stories possible to television. There's Selina, the beautiful and obsessively driven producer who works relentlessly to make her shows shine; Toby, one of the show's top producers, whose recent run of bad luck has sent him into an emotional tailspin; Annette, one of the original producers, who left the show for a few years, only to be drawn back by the day-to-day mayhem she couldn't find anywhere else -- all work round the clock to impress their demanding boss Richard Dominick, who is stingy with the compliments, but loyal to the core. "Springer Hustle" will shift to a regular timeslot of Sundays at 11PM beginning April 22nd. "The Jerry Springer Show" is a tough place to work. The office is far from glamorous. The daily grind of making the magic happen takes its toll. Yet, this devoted crew digs deep to resent a rogues' gallery of the most outrageous people ever to sit down in front of a TV camera. At the center of it all is ringmaster Jerry Springer, the icon whose name has become synonymous with the never-ending parade of human oddities we've come to know and love. Springer is currently hosting "The Jerry Springer Show's" 16th season in national syndication and is slated to host NBC's "America's Got Talent" this summer. Richard Dominick serves as executive producer for NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution. Jim Ackerman and Michael Hirschorn are executive producers for VH1, along with supervising producer Christian McLaughlin and senior producer Jennifer Wagman. For additional show content, log onto
In addition to the Springer Hustle, The Jerry Springer Show has spawned another show - a new, syndicated talk show hosted by Steve Wilkos (the tall bald head of security). This show has already created major buzz and has been picked up for syndication in almost every major market. Expect this hot show in the fall !

Wednesday, March 21, 2007


Television Star Steve Wilkos

Steve Wilkos, TV veteran and host of his own daytime talk show premiering this fall in national syndication, will appear on NBC's "Identity" this Friday, March 23 @ 8:00pm / 7:00 central Wilkos is best known as the Head of Security on "The Jerry Springer Show" for the past 14 years.

Sunday, February 18, 2007


Happy Again Nicole Kidman And Keith Urban

Country music star Keith Urban credits his stint in rehab for helping him bond with new wife Nicole Kidman. The 39-year-old checked into a rehab facility in October, just four months after marrying Kidman in their native Australia. He tells morning show "Today," "They say grief makes hearts and closer bonds than joy ever can. We've been through a lot, and she's been extraordinary." Urban says words can't describe the lessons the couple have learned saying, "I can't really quantify it, because it's not a sound bite what we've learned. But, it's really profound." The singer, who has admitted to a past addiction to cocaine and previously underwent rehab in 1998, says his life had become "unmanageable" and he sought treatment to get back on track. He adds, "This disease of addiction, you know, it's nothing to do with contentedness and happiness, because I had all of that. "But I wasn't doing what I should be doing to maintain the road I was on previously, so it was a big wake-up call to get back on the road."