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Monday, April 21, 2014


Laurie David With Katie Couric

On Tuesday’s all new episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie," airing April 22, Laurie David stops by to talk about the importance of family meals and shares some quick and easy recipes. As a mother of two teenage daughters, she believes eating together has changed her relationship with them for the better. Hear what she has to say about the importance of continuing family meals after a divorce and how she and ex-husband Larry David share this unique ritual.

Photo Courtesy Of: Disney/ABC

Friday, April 11, 2014


Mayim Bialik With Katie Couric

On Monday’s episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie," airing April 14, Mayim Bialik talks about being a child actress, her days on “Blossom” and how much fun she’s having on “The Big Bang Theory.” She shares her favorite vegan receipts from her new cook book. Plus, hear about what her life is like now since her divorce and how Katie plans to help her dating life.

Photo Courtesy Of: ABC/ Disney

Saturday, March 29, 2014


Kenya Moore

In the new issue of In Touch on newsstands now, Kenya Moore sounds off on her Real Housewives of Atlanta costars – speaking especially open on how she feels about fellow cast member, NeNe Leakes.

Kenya was shocked when her former pal NeNe proclaimed on camera that she was “on a different level” than her RHOA costars. But the former Miss USA isn’t taking the diss to heart.

According to Kenya, NeNe is nothing more than a “former stripper” and when asked if she will watch NeNe compete on this season of Dancing With the Stars, Kenya told In Touch, “I’ll turn it on if I want to go to sleep.”

Tuesday, March 18, 2014


Mekhi Phifer On Wendy Williams

Mekhi Phifer, starring in the new film "Divergent," visited "The Wendy Williams Show" today to talk about Kanye, his best friends in Hollywood and his son's response to his latest role.

Responding to being incorrectly referenced in one of Kanye West's song lyrics, Mekhi said, "We're not besties or anything like that. I mean he's a cool cat, but we've never hung out." He spelled out the line, adding, "'I was In Too Deep like Mekhi Phife'. Yeah, but I wasn't in that movie. [It was] LL Cool J and Omar Epps and those guys. So you know, the thing is, I got love for, yeah, you know what I'm saying. He's very talented. But I mean, he's in the studio. All you gotta do is google a brother. IMDB's a good tool. You know what I'm saying? Somebody should've told him."

Counting Kevin Hart among his inner circle of friends, Mekhi revealed how he met another close friend of his, Judge Mathis, who officiated his big second wedding. "That's my man. I got love for the judge. He's a good guy. Yeah, we hang out. The judge is a real cool cat. I met him on the plane. I think I was going to Detroit at the time, or coming from Detroit, either one. My assistant knew that I always tivoed the judge and so she said, you know the Judge is sitting right there. And I said oh stop it. So we wound up talking and linking up. This was about ten years ago. And then we've been friends ever since. So we hang out, we do things, you know, we go to the ball games, things like that."

Thursday, March 13, 2014


Sarah Jessica Parker With Katie Couric

On tomorrow’s episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie,", Sarah Jessica Parker stops by to talk career, love of fashion and her very own shoe line. Hear what she has to say about raising her kids and her love of Broadway. Plus, she speaks openly about marriage and addresses the rumors about the possibility of a third “Sex And The City” movie!

Photo Courtesy Of: ABC/Disney


Khloe Kardashian

Just last year, it was alleged that the Kardashian sisters were keeping tabs on their men with the help of the Cheaters TV Spy Shop. Khloe Kardashian is such a big fan of the TV show Cheaters, that she even had the host of the show on the radio program that she hosted when she and Lamar Odom lived in Dallas.

Now it is alleged, that Khloe caught Lamar cheating with the help of a product that she bought through the Cheaters TV spy shop - that product is called Mspy and you can get it at

Mspy is an app that you put on a cell phone and it can tell you every phone call, text, and email made from that phone, as well as a GPS locator which lets the user know exactly where the phone is being used from at all times. Mspy has become the app of choice for celebrities who want to know if their lover is cheating on them. What a great device, that's why they call it mspy for mobile spy. Now you can own the same app that Khloe allegedly busted Lamar with, so beware all of you wannabe cheaters out there, Mspy can foil all your nefarious plans. Check out their website. You can also use it to see what your teenagers are up to! 

Monday, March 03, 2014


The Little Couple With Katie

On tomorrow’s episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie,", “The Little Couple” stars Bill Klein and Jennifer Arnold on their inspirational battle with cancer and the joy of parenthood following the adoptions of their son, William, and daughter, Zoey. Hear what they shared about it being important to them to adopt children with skeletal dysplasia. A show to be watched!

Photo Courtesy Of: ABC/Disney

Friday, February 28, 2014


Khloe Kardashian

Super sexy Khloe Kardashian, was spotted walking to her car in a parking garage in Los Angeles California the other day.

Thursday, February 27, 2014


Jesse Ventura

On Jesse Ventura's online show "Off The Grid," he examines what states legalized same-sex marriage, what states banned it, and he gives his opinion on all of it. He considers the gay rights movement as "the civil rights movement of today."

Jesse Ventura is an outspoken supporter and advocate of gay rights. Here's an excerpt from his weekly blog: 

I think it’s easy for me to look at gay rights objectively because I’m an atheist. I don’t have a book dictating to me that some people have a right to get married and some people don’t. I don’t have that prejudice in my heart. I don’t look at same sex marriage as a Republican issue or a Democratic issue. I look at it as a civil rights issue, because that’s exactly what it is. The majority is denying the minority the basic right of falling in love and officially stating that they want to live together as a couple, as a family unit, as legal partners. 

Those same Tea Party-types, who are always harping about how we need LESS Government, are actually the ones really pushing for MORE Government by trying to legislate what people can and can’t do with their personal lives. The hypocrisy is astounding.

I am asking the American people to be objective, to be fair, to do what’s right. You don’t have to agree with someone else’s choices, but those choices are that person’s right to make. Don’t deny people the right to live as the Bill of Rights and the Constitution intended us all to live: as equals.

To view previews on Same-Sex Marriage, click on these short clips:

Being Gay is NOT a Choice! 

In this #OffTheGrid clip, Jesse Ventura puts the debate to rest -- you don't CHOOSE to be gay, just as you don't CHOOSE to be straight!

God Created Gay People Too 

In this #OffTheGrid clip, Jesse Ventura has to lay the smackdown after a viewer calls same-sex marriage "an abomination to the Lord."

Photo Courtesy Of: Jesse Ventura/Off The Grid

Wednesday, February 26, 2014


Mayim Bialik On Wendy Williams

Neuroscientist and "The Big Bang Theory" star, Mayim Bialik, dropped by Wendy Williams' couch yesterday to talk about her red carpet style, being a teen actress in Hollywood, her approach to parenting, breastfeeding and what roles people associate with her.

Balancing sexiness with her religious ideology on the red carpet, Mayim said, "Many stylists didn't want to work with me, don't I tend not to wear sleeveless or strapless or short. And part of it, you don't even have to be a religious person to know like, there's certain parts of my body I want to allow and there's certain that I don't. The red carpet doesn't own my breasts, just because they exist. So yeah. What I try and do, I work with this stylist who totally gets it. You know, she rolls her eyes at me sometimes cause it's hard, especially in spring or summer, if you don't want to wear strapless. And in L.A., everyone's half naked all the time, so it's hard."

Speaking about her time as a teen actor on "Blossom" in the 1990s, Mayim revealed, "My mom was with me on set. Honestly that helped. My parents were very protective of me. The industry was very different then than it is now. It was a very clean set. It was a very happy set. The "Blossom" set. There was not a lot of strife or drugs or badness. There wasn't all that pressure for 14 year olds to look like they're 30, like there is now. I looked 14 when I was 14."

Saturday, February 22, 2014


Chris Nunez With Katie Couric And Dave Navarro

On Monday’s episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie,", “Ink Master” stars Dave Navarro and Chris Nunez talk about the art of Tattooing. Chris shares examples of what makes a good and a bad tattoo. Hear what Dave has to say about his first tattoo experience.

Photo Courtesy Of: ABC/Disney

Thursday, February 20, 2014


Mark McGrath On Wendy Williams

Former Sugar Ray frontman and host of truTV's "Killer Karaoke," Mark McGrath, visited "The Wendy Williams Show" today to reveal how fatherhood hasn't fully tamed his ego, the most extreme dating rumor he's heard about himself, and his most painful encounter with a fan.

Mark spoke candidly about how his rock 'n' roll days are now behind him with children in the picture. "It's well documented, I had a good time in the 90s. I was kind of, trying to find myself. I'm the last guy to take his lampshade off at the party, I'm like where'd everybody go? I'm the only guy there at the party. And then these wonderful kids came into my life. I'm a father now first, everything else is second. I love those guys."

Mark told Wendy that driving his three-year-old twins around in a minivan has curtailed his rockstar mojo with the ladies but he wouldn't trade it in. "If you're a parent, the minivan is a ferrari. OK? It's so convenient, the juiceboxes go here, there's a TV. It's wonderful. But the problem is I'll pull up to a red light, I'll see a hot chick... I still got an ego Wendy, just like you. So I'll pull over to the stop light, look over, a hot chick, I'm like 'she's looking at me, she's looking at me.' Then I go, number one: minivan. Then I go number two: not 1999 anymore. So, it's hurts a little bit people, but that minivan is a life saver, I love it."

Monday, February 17, 2014


Victoria Justice

WWE Wrestlers The Miz And Alicia Fox

Jake T. Austin And Surfer Anastasia Ashley

Pete Wentz Of Fall Out Boy

Pro Skateboarder Nyjah Huston

China Anne McClain And Bradley Steven Perry

Lindsey Vonn

Cam Newton

Singer Redfoo With Tennis Player Victoria Azarenka

Cartoon Network scored big Saturday night at the fourth annual Hall of Game Awards. After over 100 million on-line votes were counted the famous GAME trophies were bestowed to the best in sports. The exciting evening included high energy musical performances by Jason Derulo (“Other Side” and “Talk Dirty”) and Fall Out Boy (“My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)”), a heartwarming acceptance speech from Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsey Vonn and a show stopping moment when three-year-old YouTube star Titus Ashby scored yet again another winning basket!

Actor Jeremy Shada

Taylor Lautner
Hosts NFL quarterbacks Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco 49ers) and Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers) entertained the celebrity packed audience including Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn, Jermaine Kearse (Seattle Seahawks), Michael Robinson (Seattle Seahawks), Justin Williams (Los Angeles Kings), Richard Sherman (Seattle Seahawks), Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks), Leticia Bufoni (Pro Skateboarder), Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs), Randall Cobb (Green Bay Packers), Lance Coury (Pro Motocross), Chris Davis (Auburn Tigers), Joseph Fauria (Detroit Lions), WWE Superstar The Miz and WWE Diva Alicia Fox, Winter X Game Medalist Heath Frisby, Anastasia Ashley (Pro Surfer), Nyjah Huston (Pro Skateboarder), and actors Taylor Lautner (The Twilight Saga), Bella Thorne (Shake It Up), Zachary Levi (Chuck), Victoria Azarenka (WTA), Holly Robinson Peete, Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf), Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), China Anne McClain (A.N.T. Farm), Austin North (Kickin’ It), Victoria Justice (Victorious), August Maturo (Girl Meets World), Bradley Steven Perry (Good Luck Charlie), Asia Monet Ray (Dance Moms), Blake Garrett Rosenthal (Mom), Joshua Rush (Mr. Peabody and Sherman), Jake T. Austin (The Fosters), Rowan Blanchard (Girl Meets World), Sean Giambrone (The Goldbergs), Crystal Dakota Hood (The Hunger Games), Larramie Doc Shaw (House of Payne), Benjamin Stockham (About a Boy), Mateus Ward (Hostages), pop star Redfoo (LMFAO), YouTube sensation Titus Ashby (Trick Shot Titus), Cartoon Network stars Jeremy Shada (Adventure Time), Tom Kenny (Adventure Time) and John DiMaggio (Adventure Time) and many more.

Richard Sherman presented the “2013 SI KIDS SPORTSKIDS OF THE YEAR” award to 14-year-old Jack Wellman, who after a sports injury, took up coaching and mentoring a group of young wrestlers in Newtown, Connecticut. After the tragedy in Newtown, Jack found ways to help his town heal through sports and beyond.

The top GAME awards of the night went to “CAPTAIN CLUTCH” winner Richard Sherman (Seattle Seahawks) presented by Twilight star Taylor Lautner. Lindsey Vonn (Olympic gold medalist) graciously accepted the “QUEEN OF THE SLOPES” award and thanked the crowd for being so supportive during her absence from the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi.

Top moments of the night include hosts Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick having a sing off of Katy Perry’s “Roar”. Tom Kenny and John DiMaggio (voices of Ice King and Jake the Dog on Adventure Time) kept the audience in stiches donning matching yellow sports coats and dishing hilarious sportscaster-commentary throughout the show. Then three- year-old, YouTube star Titus Ashby showed off his best moves shooting and making a basket on his first try in front of the crowd. Not too bad for someone less than three-feet tall!

Mascots from the NHL, NBA, MLB and NFL competed in a hilarious obstacle course with Jeremy Shada, voice of Finn on Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time taking the role of moderator.

The jam-packed night included stunts by professional skateboarders, BMX bikers and skiers doing crazy stunts and the extreme pogo group Xpogo. 



Nyjah Huston, Street League Skateboarding champion

Amped Up Anthem

Fall Out Boy, “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)”

Best Boogie

Richard Watterson (The Amazing World of Gumball)


Marc Anthony On Wendy Williams

Grammy Award-winning singer, Marc Anthony, today revealed he has a great relationship with his former wife's younger lover, that he wants to get married again and why his Latino fans have stayed loyal to him for the last 20 years.

"I like them young too! I'm not one to judge," Marc joked about his and Jennifer Lopez' dating preferences before going on to reveal he has a great relationship with his ex-wife's current squeeze, Casper Smart. "It's great, as a matter of fact we were texting back and forth two days ago. We're actually really, really good friends. From the very beginning. When you love someone and you care for someone, Jennifer and I, I don't say it lightly, we're great friends. You know, anybody that means anything to her means something to me. That's keeping it simple. Casper's a great guy, he's been great to my children and I have nothing but respect for him. Absolutely nothing but respect."

When asked whether he wants to get married again, Marc was candid in his response. "Yeah, I do, I do. I believe in relationships. I believe that God has blessed me in so many ways. Material things go but so far. Success goes but so far. But when your house is empty and you don't have someone to invest in, if you don't have a witness, it's almost worthless."

Thursday, February 13, 2014


Brian Boitano On Wendy Williams

Olympic gold medallist and pop-culture icon, Brian Boitano, visited "The Wendy Williams Show" for the first time today, to talk about the Presidential push to come out in the lead up to Sochi, the conditions facing athletes and the media in Russia, and the pressures of growing up gay in figure skating.

After delivering Wendy's signature "How you doin'?" line in Italian, Brian revealed that his process for donating to the Smithsonian was slightly different to Wendy's, with a large refrigerated truck pulling up to his house to accept his Olympic skates, now housed in the same institution as the ruby slippers.

While Brian had no shame in his sexuality and his friends and family all knew he was gay, he revealed he never thought he would have to announce it publicly.
"I was appointed to the Presidential delegation for Sochi, and I asked them who else was on the delegation and they said 'we can't tell you'. So when the press release came out the next day and it said there were two openly gay people on the delegation, and President Obama was sending a message of diversity and tolerance. I was like, I read that on my Twitter account. I clicked on there and they mentioned Billie Jean King and Caitlin Cahow were out. And they said, also on the delegation is Brian Boitano. But President Obama's sending this message, and I was like, you know what... I wasn't pissed, I was like going, wow, I'm at a crossroads in my life that I never thought I would be here. I didn't ever think that I was going to come out publicly or share that publicly."

Recently returned from the Winter Olympics, being held in Russia, Brian weighed in on the conditions many are reporting on there. "Do I look like a guy who would drink yellow water?" he laughed, adding, "I knew when I saw Matt Lauer in the hotel, I'm like ok, this is going to be a good hotel. So, I knew that we were going to be taken care of and we had great security and everything, but I do know a lot of friends that had really bad accommodations, like cubicles with beds and cots set up. And they have to stay there for like five weeks doing this stuff...those weren't the athletes those were people who work in the media."


Kirstie Alley With Jason Alexander



When an outraged Maddie (Kirstie Alley) finds out that her agent (Jason Alexander) is not doing his job, she tries to gather the courage to fire him…and somehow ends up seducing him. Arlo (Eric Petersen), Frank (Michael Richards) and Thelma (Rhea Perlman) also get an unsuspected boost of “confidence” from Maddie (Alley).

Photo Courtesy Of: TV Land


Bo Derek With Katie

On today’s episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie,"  it was “Throwback Thursday” with actress Bo Derek talking about her iconic role in “10” and what she’s up to now. She had plunty to say about dating future husband John Derek at the young age of 17.

Fran Drescher With Carly Rae Jepson And Katie

On tomorrow’s episode of Katie,  Carly Rae Jepsen and Fran Drescher stoped by to talk for the first time about their Broadway debuts in Rogers & Hammerstein’s “Cinderella.” Hear some behind-the-scenes secrets. Plus, Fran Dresher shares all about her new boyfriend. This a a show not to miss!

Photos Courtesy of: ABC Disney

Tuesday, February 11, 2014


EJ Johnson On Wendy Williams

The fashion forward son of basketball legend Magic Johnson and star of E!'s "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills", EJ Johnson, yesterday told Wendy Williams he's too busy focused on his education in hospitality at NYU and career on TV right now and doesn't have time for a boyfriend.

"I'm focusing on school and career right now. I'm just trying to keep focused on those two things. And then, you know, whatever happens happens. I feel like in this city, you never know who you're going to run into or who you're going to meet, so I keep my options open." Speaking about New York's dating scene in particular, he added, "I feel like there's a lot of men all the time, but I just personally don't have the time."

Speaking of his obsession with Lupita Ngong'o's red carpet fashions, the six foot two EJ also talked about his love of handbags, "I'm all about accessories. Bold shoes. Bold handbags. I'm all about making the big statement pieces. Between handbags, jewellery and shoes, that's where the bold pieces come from."

Tuesday, February 04, 2014


Rebecca Romijn

Ru Paul
GSN announced today that actress Rebecca Romijn (X-Men, Ugly Betty) will serve as host of SKIN WARS, the 8 episode, hour-long competition show that seeks to find the most talented and versatile body painters in the country. Romijn— the first model to ever be body-painted for Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit issue the year before she made her unforgettable big-screen debut as the blue body painted “Mystique” in X-Men —will be joined by legendary entertainer RuPaul and body painting rock stars Craig Tracy and Robin Slonina as judges when SKIN WARS premieres on GSN in Summer 2014. This is sure to be a great addition to Game Show Network's new lineup, and another great outlet for the talents of Ru Paul.

“We are honored to have this stellar line-up of eye-popping talent for SKIN WARS, a series that will look like no other on television,” said Amy Introcaso-Davis, Executive Vice President, Programming and Development, GSN. "Host Rebecca Romijn has an insider’s understanding of this fascinating world and we are thrilled that the master of transformation RuPaul will join body painting aficionados Craig Tracy and Robin Slonina on the judging panel. "

“As someone who knows how a body can be transformed with paint, I am truly excited to host SKIN WARS,” said Romijn. “This is the next undiscovered art form, and I can’t wait to meet the artists and competitors who bring body painting to life, literally!"

Body painting: the hot new intersection of art and Madison Avenue. There is no more compelling canvas for artists than the human body and SKIN WARS is the first ever competition show designed to find the country’s most talented, most versatile body painting artist. This elimination series will put a bevy of talented competitors through a series of ingenious artistic challenges, which may include camouflage, graffiti, multiple model installations, corporate ad campaigns, animal art, and more. Each week one competitor will be eliminated until one winner is the last artist standing.

Romijn, star of the blockbuster hits X-Men, X2, and X3: The Last Stand, was recently seen in the TNT series “King and Maxwell,” where she played Michelle Maxwell, a former Secret Service agent who is now a private investigator. Romijn recently starred in the Tyler Perry romantic comedy Good Deeds opposite Tyler and Thandie Newton, and in the Adult Swim comedy “NTSF:SD:SUV.” Previously she co-starred for two seasons as Alexis Meade (formerly known as Alex Meade) on the Emmy nominated ABC comedy series “Ugly Betty.” Romijn began crossing over to acting from her global success as a fashion model with memorable appearances on the hit television shows “Friends” and “Just Shoot Me,” as well as hosting MTV’s “House of Style.” She later won critical acclaim for her role in Brian De Palma’s Femme Fatale, starring opposite Antonio Banderas.

RuPaul skyrocketed to international fame with the CD release of “Supermodel of the World,” which was followed by roles in several feature films and TV sitcoms including hosting “The RuPaul Show” on VH1 and morning drive radio on WKTU and WNEW. The author of the autobiography Lettin' It All Hang Out and Workin' It: RuPaul's Guide to Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Style, RuPaul is also the executive producer and host of "RuPaul's Drag Race” on Logo. RuPaul has been a spokesperson for WebEx, Rockport as well as the first face of M.A.C Cosmetics, before launching the cosmetic and fragrance line GLAMAZON.

Considered a cornerstone in body painting’s progressive movement, Craig Tracy also owns and operates The Craig Tracy Gallery in New Orleans, the world’s first art gallery dedicated to fine art body-painted images. Tracy was born and raised in New Orleans and graduated with honors from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. After working as a commercial illustrator, he decided to pursue a life as a fine artist and body painter. In 2005, he and his partner won first-place honors at the World Body Painting Festival in Austria, where he also served as a judge for several years.

Robin Slonina is a star in the world of body painting, known for her extreme artistry and business savvy. She owns the largest body painting company in the country: the world-famous Skin City Body Painting in Las Vegas. A practicing artist her whole life, she received her painting degree from the School of the Art Institute in her native Chicago. Slonina moved to Las Vegas when her husband began performing as a clown for a major Las Vegas Strip spectacle, and since then she and her body art have taken the City of Sin by storm.

SKIN WARS is executive produced by Michael Levitt of Michael Levitt Productions (“Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List,” “Ask Oprah’s All Stars,” “Billboard Music Awards”), Jill Goularte, Colleen Sands and Rebecca Romijn. Craig Tracy and Robin Slonina serve as producers. 


Angie Everhart On Katie

On yesterday’s episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie,", actress Angie Everhart appeared on the show to speak for the first time about her battle with Thyroid cancer, how she felt when she learned she had the disease and what she did next.
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