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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

DJ PARIS HILTON VISITS HOLLYWOOD TODAY LIVE

Paris Hilton At Hollywood Today



Direct from Hollywood - Paris Hilton Exclusively Talks to HTL About Madonna Inspiring her to get Sexual, Unicorns, DJ AM and her boys Lil Wayne and Birdman.



On Madonna being her inspiration for Come Alive: “Madonna has been an inspiration, ever since I was a little girl. Justify My Love is very sexy, and a very sexy song, and I wanted to be sexual and who better than Madonna to inspire me.”



On her new video single Come Alive: “The song is about love and magical creation. I wanted the video to be a fairytale, an ethereal fantasy world, I have a unicorn, rainbows and pink clouds. I was obsessed with Lisa Frank when growing up, so it’s kinda like Lisa Frank grew up and went to Ibiza.”



When asked where she got the unicorn: She said she had one, to which HTL host AJ responded, “Of course you do. You’ve heard here first. Paris owns her own unicorn.”



On a fan responding to her new video: “It’s exotic, tempting and diabolical.” “I love being called diabolical, never been called that before.”



On her working with Lil Wayne and Birdman: “They are my boys.”


Saturday, July 19, 2014

CHRIS COLFER IS GLEEFUL ON “HOT IN CLEVELAND”

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Hot In Cleveland


"Straight Outta Cleveland"

Rating: TV-PG

Starring: Betty White, Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick

Guest stars: Chris Colfer, Tim Daly, Sam Daly and Dan Castellaneta

Victoria (Wendie Malick) gets a visit from her son who happens to be hiding a secret (Chris Colfer). Meanwhile, Joy (Jane Leeves) and Mitch (Tim Daly) debate their compatibility after visiting a quiz-loving therapist (Dan Castellaneta).



Wednesday, July 23rd at 10pm ET/PT followed by an all-new episode of “Jennifer Falls” at 10:30pm ET/PT


Photo Courtesy Of: TV Land

Thursday, July 17, 2014

'HOT IN CLEVELAND' GETS ANIMATED ON TV LAND

Animated Hot In Cleveland



The women of TV Land’s "Hot in Cleveland" are officially animated! Melanie Moretti (Valerie Bertinelli), Joy Scroggs (Jane Leeves), Victoria Chase (Wendie Malick) and Elka Ostrovsky (Betty White) have come to life in cartoon form with the help of animation studio Titmouse, Inc. – and they’re bringing along Steven Tyler. Tyler will guest star in the episode as himself, serving as a guide through their magical, animated adventure.



"The Animated Episode," the first-ever for TV Land, is set to air Wednesday, July 30th at 10pm ET/PT. The episode starts with the women at Elka’s apartment, which before now has been a mystery to them…and they soon find out why. From there, they will meet up with Steven Tyler (and some other special friends) and go on a psychedelic romp through pop culture hits, including scenes with homages to “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory,” “The Walking Dead” and “Frankenstein.” Plus, they’ll also see what life in Cleveland would have been like if LeBron James had never left.


LARRY KING UP FOR NEWS & DOCUMENTARY EMMY

Larry King



The Internet sensation "Larry King Now" just received its first Emmy nomination for Outstanding News Discussion and Analysis in the prominent 35th News & Documentary Emmy Awards. “Larry King Now” stands out as the only digital show to be nominated in this category.



"I started the first national radio talk show, I started the first world-wide cable show, and the thought of breaking new ground on the internet appealed to me," said Larry King. "I'm curious and I like to try new things. This new venue completely interested me, especially the chance to partner with Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim [who owns Ora.tv, the parent company that produces Larry King Now]."



Larry King is a pioneer in the media industry. Now starting its third season, the digital "Larry King Now" is the latest example of the legendary talk show host's innovative approach to embracing the future of broadcasting. 


Monday, June 16, 2014

ROB LOWE COMES CLEAN WITH CIGAR AFICIONADO

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Rob Lowe



Rob Lowe Speaks to Cigar Aficionado about Good Looks, Cubans And Charlie Sheen. The star is featured on the cover of the July 2014 issue of Cigar Aficionado, on newsstands June 24th.



On whether he’s had plastic surgery to retain his good looks: “I’d like to think that, if I had work done—which I haven’t—I wouldn’t be coy about it. I’m just a product of good genetics and taking care of myself.”



On his relationship with Charlie Sheen: “I love him, even though he hates sobriety. We spar over all kinds of things. There’s no funnier, smarter, more enjoyable raconteur than Charlie. I love him when he rants about why people in AA are idiots. I admire him living the life of his choosing.”



On getting sober and turning to cigars: “When I got sober. That was 1990. One of the things you have to do when you stop [drinking] is you have to find other ways to have fun. You’re looking for new ways to bond, to be social, to be out amongst people. For me, in the early days, that meant playing golf and smoking cigars.”


CLINTON AND VENTURA SAY LIFT THE CUBA EMBARGO


Off The Grid




Hillary Clinton & Jesse Ventura agree with the majority of Americans - it's been 52 years and it's time to lift the embargo.



52 years and ten U.S. presidents later, our embargo on Cuba is still being enforced, but Jesse Ventura would like to see that changed. And fast! On his online-only show, "Off The Grid," the Governor recounts his trip to Cuba, his meeting with Fidel Castro, and provides his firsthand insight on how improving trade relations with our neighbor to the south would be a win-win for both of our countries.



"The embargo was put in place [in 1962].They felt hopefully the citizens of Cuba would rise up and overthrow Fidel and his dictatorship," said Ventura. "Well, clearly it hasn't happened. It's been 50 years. All we are doing is hurting the Cuban people through this whole ordeal. Do you think Fidel has missed one sandwich? I don't think so."



Hillary Clinton reveals in her new book "Hard Choices" that she urged President Obama to end the embargo. "Since 1960, the United States had maintained an embargo against the island in hopes of squeezing Castro from power, but it only succeeded in giving him a foil to blame for Cuba's economic woes," Clinton writes. "I would support normalizing relations, which could very well lead to lifting the embargo," she told NPR.



Monday, June 02, 2014

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR COMEBACK CANCELLED

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Arsenio Hall



CABARET AGAIN --- We went to see the latest revival of Cabaret Saturday night with the incomparable Alan Cumming in the lead role as the emcee of the veritable Kit Kat Klub in Berlin. Michelle Williams stars as the club’s requisite chanteuse Sally Bowles and is positively amazing; I didn't know she could sing, let alone this well. She comes very close to stealing the show, especially with the character’s stellar signature song “Maybe This Time.”



Cabaret is a musical based on a book written by Christopher Isherwood, music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. The 1966 Broadway production became a hit, inspiring numerous subsequent productions in London and New York, as well as the 1972 film by the same name.



It is based on John Van Druten's 1951 play I Am a Camera, which was adapted from the short novel Goodbye to Berlin (1939) by Isherwood. Set in 1931 Berlin as the Nazis are rising to power, it is based in nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub, and revolves around the 19-year-old English cabaret performer Sally Bowles and her relationship with the young American writer Cliff Bradshaw.



A sub-plot involves the doomed romance between German boarding house owner Fräulein Schneider and her elderly suitor Herr Schultz, a Jewish fruit vendor. Narrating the action is the Master of Ceremonies (Cumming) at the Kit Kat. The club serves as a metaphor for the threatening state of late, decadent Weimar Germany.



Cunming, who’s celebrating his 30th year as an actor, is positively stunning; you cannot take your eyes of him when’s he onstage or moving about the theater. For me, his rendition of “I Don’t Care Much,” is amazing. We saw him earlier this year in a one man version of King Lear, and he again, was outstanding. Kudos also to Linda Emond (Schneider) and Danny Burtsein (Schultz). Directed by the always visionary Sam Mendes, this is a must-see production. We loved it!



HALL FLATLINED --- The Arsenio Hall Show has been canceled because of low ratings, ending Hall's late-night comeback bid after a single season.



His bid to recreate the success he enjoyed 20 years ago failed to find a big enough audience in the myriad late-night TV market.



CBS Television Production had previously announced Hall's syndicated show would be back for a second season (with no less than then-TV night-time king Jay Leno making the on-air announcement), but faced the prospect of stations moving it to lesser time slots as ratings fell.



In a statement, Hall said he knew launching the show would be a challenge. "I'm gratified for the year we've had and proud of the show we created," the actor and comedian added.



The show is in reruns and won't resume production, a show spokesman said. The last original episode aired May 21.



When Hall began his original series in 1989, he was seen as the cool alternative to Johnny Carson and hisTonight Show on NBC. Guests including sax playing-presidential candidate Bill Clinton helped push Hall into the spotlight.



By 1994, with increased competition from new Tonight host Jay Leno and CBS' David Letterman, Hall's ratings had slipped and the show ended.



When Hall returned last year, he was fighting for attention with even more programs, including ABC's Jimmy Kimmel and the Comedy Central lineup.



I liked Hall immensely when he first appeared and he certainly cut his own path with his innovative guest choices. When he returned, it seemed oddly dated and he never quite fit in with his new-millennial competition.



JESUS CANCELED – The upcoming North American arena touring production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar has been canceled. A statement on the show’s web site confirmed the news that the production, which was to have started performances June 9 at the Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, was no longer going forward and that all ticket sales would be refunded.



The tour was announced back in April and was to have starred Ben Forster as Jesus, after he won a British reality-TV competition for the role, as well as American music stars Destiny’s Child’s Michelle Williams, ‘NSYNC’s J.C. Chasez, and the Sex Pistols’ John Lydon. The cast was still in rehearsals under the direction of Laurence Connor, currently represented on Broadway with the revival of Les Misérables, as recently as Thursday in New Orleans without any knowledge or awareness of the show’s impending doom. New Orleans was the first scheduled stop in a 54-city tour that would have also played big venues like the Staples Center in Los Angeles and Madison Square Garden in New York City.



A shame as the play is chock full of terrific songs and performances. Maybe another time.



LIFETIME MELLENCAMP --- John Mellencamp won't have to worry about negotiating a record contract for the rest of his life. Republic Records has signed him to an unprecedented lifetime contract.



Mellencamp has done some bouncing around between labels over the length of his career, recording for Mercury (1976's Chestnut Street Incident, 1987's Lonesome Jubilee through 1996's Mr. Happy-Go-Lucky), Riva (1978's A Biography through 1985's Scarecrow), Columbia (1998's John Mellencamp through 2003's Trouble No More), Universal Republic (2007's Freedom's Road), Hear Music (2008's Live, Death, Love and Freedom) and Rounder (2010's No Better Than This).



Republic’s Monte Lipman said "Not only has he served as an ambassador of social consciousness in America, but he has also provided the soundtrack of a generation. We're thrilled to be working with John Mellencamp as part of this historic deal."



Up first will be the album Plain Spoken, his 22nd studio album, which is being called "a stunningly elegant and soul-searching gem." A release date has not been set.



CLOSING NOTES --- Caught Michael Mann’s 2004 film Collateral over the weekend with Tom Cruise and Jaime Foxx … what a great film! Besides Mann’s typical brilliant visuals, the script, acting and music made this a huge favorite. I really enjoyed it all over again …



From The Monkees show in Detroit at The Fox Theater: “It’s a pleasure to hear Micky Dolenz, one of the best male pop singers of the 60’s, hitting every note live, with incredible power and joy. “I’m a Believer,” “I’m Not Your (Steppin’ Stone),” “She,” “Last Train to Clarksville,” “Mary, Mary” -- so many of the Monkees’ hits featured his bright tenor, and it’s quite a feat to replicate vocals one did as a 22-year-old.” Nice! …



From the Carter/Matt TV blog: “Sing Your Face Off is completely ridiculous. The idea of the show is basically to watch celebrities impersonate and sing as other celebrities, and then be scored by a panel of people that includes the resurfaced Darrell Hammond and Debbie Gibson appearing in around her billionth reality TV show. Also, there’s David Alan Grier. In between the judges and the five contestants, you've got two former Dancing with the Stars contestants (Grier and Lisa Rinna), and also two former Celebrity Apprentice contestants (Rinna and Gibson). That’s a lot of I like being on reality TV thrown into here.



The show is just about what you thought: Incredibly cheesy, and at times you feel bad for some of the contestants that it’s come to this. Some of these people have done cool stuff! Why dress up for this silliness? But, we have to give them some credit for really going along with the gimmick of the show and having a good time when they really didn't have to. This sort of show requires no shame, and these people really commit to the impressions. Whoever thought basketball star Landry Fields would be better than Jon Lovitz at impersonations? Then again, we feel like Jon had the biggest challenge of the night trying to be Elton John. We could sit here and go through lengthy discussions about the fairness of every aspect of this competition, but there’s literally no point. We're watching a show here that tries to sell you on its contestants instantly transforming into other people.” Grade: D+ …



Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boy debuts in New York a week from today ...




Thursday, May 08, 2014

TV LAND'S MOTHER'S DAY GOLDEN GIRLS MARATHON

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The Golden Girls




Trying to figure out how to spend your Mother’s Day? Well, TV Land has made that decision a little bit easier for you! TV Land’s “The Golden Girls” marathon pays tribute to the mother of all mothers, Sophia Petrillo (played by Estelle Getty), the very entertaining but tough-love mom to Dorothy (Bea Arthur). Tune in for the Mom-athon event this Sunday, May 11th from 7pm-10pm ET/PT.



TV Land kicks off “The Golden Girls” marathon with “Mother’s Day,” an episode where the girls reminisce about past Mother’s Days as they wait for phone calls from their children. In another episode entitled “Two Rode Together,” Dorothy (Bea Arthur) wants to spend some "quality" time with Sophia (Getty) so she takes her away for the weekend to Disney World. However, her attempts fail when a fed up Sophia storms out. Meanwhile, Rose (Betty White) and Blanche (Rue McClanahan) try their hand at writing children's stories. The marathon continues with “An Illegitimate Concern,” where Dorothy and Sophia enter a mother-daughter pageant at Shady Pines as Sonny & Cher.



Plus, stick around because there will be many more fan favorites that salute Sophia Petrillo. So, curl up on the couch with your mom and celebrate Mother’s day with TV Land!


Photo Courtesy Of: TV Land

Monday, May 05, 2014

LUCY LIU'S DIRECTING HITS IT OUT OF THE PARK

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Lucy Liu



A Liu Of A Good Time --- It’s always interesting when the stars of the various TV-series finally get to direct an episode of their show; some excel, some fail miserably, some couldn't care less. Lucy Liu, of the terrific show Elementary (on CBS) said on Letterman last week that she asked to direct an episode on their first season last year and was promptly turned down. Even though she had already directed some smaller vehicles, she knew that there were so many things happening with the developing show, that the powers that be wanted only sure-fire directors on board.



However, with last week’s episode of the show, the ominously titled “Paint It Black,” which Liu did direct and in my opinion. she knocked it out of the park. She always said on the show that when those powers-that-be first saw the results, she was immediately offered another episode to direct next year.



As you may or may not show, the show features the exploits of a modern say Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson. As preposterous a premise as that may sound, the show (Starring Liu and the immensely intense Jonny Lee Miller) has emerged as one of the network’s strongest entries and the writing is just spot-on excellent. Aidan Quinn, always a favorite of mine, stars as well as is pretty terrific as well. In fact, it’s one of the best things he’s ever been in.



Liu’s show, the second in a three-episode arc, found her character being held hostage and Holmes and his brother, portrayed by Rhys Ifans, attempting to find her. While the nuances of this episode are almost too numerous to mention, suffice to say that in the climactic scene, with both Liu and the brother about to be assassinated, the brother asks for a few final words, which he is granted. He pauses most dramatically and then says paint it black … and, all hell breaks loose.



The show was filled with numerous brilliant shots; and, several terrific crane shots. It was the mark of a excellent actor … behind the camera. It was so solid, so strong, that Liu should well consider directing as a major next step. She’s great, but the direction of this show was stellar. Bravo!



A MEAL TO DIE FOR --- Talking TV, this week’s episode of NBC’s Hannibal was very, very strong. With the show facing imminent cancellation (even though creator Bryan Fuller was quoted last week as saying he felt good about a third-season renewal); the show brought Hugh Dancy’s character (Will Graham) one step closing to Hannibal’s dark-side. As we've noted previously; the work from Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal) is just exceptional plus, the tone set by Fuller is as ominous and dark as ever. There was also a three-minute scene where both characters were in bed with their significant others and at one point they found themselves in bed together sharing just one woman. It was startling yet so brilliantly done. I hope this show does get another season …. It’s just that good.



SALAD SURGERY --- Sony Music and Legacy Recordings will release deluxe editions of Emerson, Lake and Palmer's 1973 album Brain Salad Surgery in several different formats.



Originally announced on the 40th Anniversary of its original release, the Super Deluxe Edition of Brain Salad Surgery is the result of months of work delving into the archive with the full co-operation of Greg Lake, Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer. Packaged in a stunning hardcover 12” slipcase with inner gatefold and the original HR Giger artwork digitally restored and enhanced.



Fully remastered throughout, as well as the original album, the package also contains an alternate album featuring five rare alternate versions, a disc of new stereo mixes and a DVDA including High Resolution Original Mix Remastered, High Resolution Stereo Mix, MLP loss less surround mix, DTS 5.1 Surround Mix and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Mix.



The super deluxe edition also features a DVD of the 1973 feature length Manticore Special Documentary with highlights from the 1973 World Tour and a photo gallery of imagery from the Brain Salad Surgery era. The package is completed with 180-gm Vinyl, replica original release die-cut poster and a 20-page 12” booklet with photographs and new liner-notes.



Greg Lake said, “My memories about making this album and indeed about this whole period in the bands history are something that I will always cherish and be extremely proud of. I still perform songs from this album in my show to this day and know how much some of these songs mean to the audience who grew up with them.”



Carl Palmer said, “I think if you were to identify one album as being the masterwork of ELP it would have to be Brain Salad Surgery. For me it was our Sergeant Pepper moment. We were doing weird things to push the boundaries of experimentation and recording forward. We used every recording technique under the sun from recording percussion in the toilet to using custom designed electronic percussion. It’s my favorite album by far.”



Keith Emerson commented, “We were on a real creative roll when we wrote and recorded Brain Salad Surgery. That album saw us push boundaries further than we'd ever done before and I listen to that music now and I wonder how we did it!”



Closing Notes --- CBS’ Under The Dome (based on a Stephen King book) became something of a cult-hit last summer on TV. Now, its back and King himself wrote the first episode of this second season. I'm not a fan of the rather-chaotic King, but several of his TV-adaptions have been great. I'm looking forward to his Dome-debut next month …



I haven't watched the entire SNL with Andrew Garfield yet (from this weekend), but I did watch the two songs performed by Coldplay. Both tracks were decidedly downbeat. “Magic” and “A Sky Full of Stars”; and, and we preferred the latter. One pundit said that the performances will be loved by the group’s acolytes, but would do anything to change the minds of the naysayers. Well said. Their album is due this month …



We lost the terrific actor Bob Hoskins last week. We loved him in the movie Mona Lisa … where he played a gangster and was just superb. I remember when there was talk of him, musician Phil Collins and Danny DeVito in a live-action movie of the three bears. The three of them would have been superb. Strong, strong actor for sure. RIP Bob! ...



Strong, strong reaction for Micky Dolenz's show last Friday night in Chicago at the famed Arcada Theatre (The Cowsills opened for him). Promoter Ron Onesti said it was a great show, followed by a Q&A from the Monkee-man...



We never got a chance to see Ben Stiller’s Walter Mitty movie last year. We just watched it and now feel it is one of the strongest movies of last year. Stiller is just terrific (he directed it too) and with a very-modern-day approach, the movie is perhaps the best thing he’s yet done. I don't know why it wasn't bigger. A great movie to rent. Awesome! ...



As a New Yorker, a recent announcement in the subways, about how many fires in the subways were caused by garbage on the tracks is somewhat perplexing … especially when the MTA announced sometime last year they wouldn't have garbage cans anymore. If you don't have garbage cans, they will throw on tracks… of course, something is going to happen. What does the MTA expect to happen to the accumulated garbage?



With late-trains, poor service, and just a dire-atmosphere down under, it’s any wonder it works at all. Go figure!




Thursday, May 01, 2014

TIA MOWRY-HARDRICT TALKS BEYONCE OBSESSION


Tia Mowry-Hardrict With Wendy Williams




Tia Mowry-Hardrict dished to Wendy Williams today about cutting her hair short, her obsession with Beyonce, and working with some of TV's most beloved moms.


Tia revealed she recently cut her hair short beneath her wig. "A lot of people, they ask me this when they see my hair straight like this. I'm protecting my curls. When I want a sleek, sexy straight look, I don't want to blow it out because I'm going to ruin my hair. It's grown out. It was damaged before, so that's why I had to cut it all off, and now it's grown out in these curls. My son, he influenced me to do it." She added that her sister, Tamera, cut her hair off too completely coincidentally, "Ironically, we did it at the same time. I had no idea she was doing that."

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

DOMINIQUE ANSEL BAKERY VISITS WENDY WILLIAMS


Dominique Ansel On Wendy Williams



French chef, Dominique Ansel, visited The Wendy Williams Show to exclusively reveal the latest creation to emerge from his New York-based bakery today. The 'Waffogato' is an elaborate waffle-shaped ice cream concoction, over which coffee with maple syrup is poured to release tapioca pearls as it melts together.


Dominique described his creation, "There is Belgian waffles inside, tapioca pearls and sea salt. And then we pour maple syrup and coffee on top. As you pour the hot liquid, you will see the tapioca pearls coming out. And this we will be serving at the bakery for the next week and we will serve it tonight for Taste of the Nation."


Opened in 2011, Dominique Ansel Bakery has since produced the Cronut, named by Time Magazine as one of the 25 best inventions of 2013; the Cookie Shot, which launched at SXSW and is only available daily after 3pm; and it's signature DKA, a twist on a traditional Breton pastry.

Friday, April 25, 2014

"ABOUT A BOY" STAR BENJAMIN STOCKMAN ON KATIE

Benjamin Stockman With Katie



On todays all new episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie," “About A Boy” star Benjamin Stockham on his career making role, how he got started in acting and how his favorite pastime is drawing. Katie challenges Benjamin to a monster-themed draw competition.


Photo Courtesy Of: Disney/ABC

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

JEWEL'S JOURNEY FROM HOMELESSNESS TO STAR

Jewel And Katie Couric



On Thursday’s all new episode of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Katie", singer and songwriter Jewel stops by to talk about her road to stardom, which was a journey from homelessness to multi-platinum recording artist! Hear what she says about writing one of her popular hits “Hands” while she was struggling. Find out what her life is like now and how importance home and family are to her.


Photo Courtesy Of: Disney/ABC

Monday, April 21, 2014

LAURIE DAVID TALKS FAMILY MEALS WITH KATIE

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 TALKS BIG BANG THEORY WITH KATIE

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 TRASHES CO-STAR NENE LEAKES

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

'DIVERGENT' STAR MEKHI PHIFER ON WENDY WILLIAMS


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 TALKS 'SEX AND THE CITY'

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

HOW THE KARDASHIAN KLAN CATCH THEIR MEN

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 www.mspy.com.


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

LITTLE COUPLE TALKS WITH KATIE ABOUT CANCER

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
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