Insert dick joke here.
Insert dick joke here.
Jeff Zucker should waste little time incorporating two of CNN’s biggest names into his new vision for the network.
It’s 1992 and Jean-Luc Picard and Arsenio are so confused about the word “bodacious.”
The most important lesson here is that CNN needs to give Snoop a late night talk show as soon as humanly possible. (via hypervocal.com)
It’s because McCarthy believes vaccinations cause autism.
Everyone knows that animals make the best TV guests. But little kids aren’t too shabby with a mic either.
The all-important chemistry between the talent on the set of CNN’s New Day seems to be there, but the show will need to do more if it wants to stand out in the crowded field of established morning talk shows.
Besides the obvious fact that they’re cuter than people.
THIS IS TOO CUTE.
Before she was slinging crude insults on Fashion Police, she was actually a very lovely lady.
Star Jones beware, because you have officially been COOPERED (is that a thing?). Anderson told Star off when Andy Cohen was co-hosting with him on his daytime show and asked if Cooper felt different now that “it [coming out] was all behind him.”
Comedian Eric Andre was on Fallon last night acting a little…odd. Or was he just being really, really silly? We’ll never know.
She drives me crazy, but the freakouts over Whitney’s just-announced talk show are starting to feel just a teensy bit sexist.
Khloe Kardashian proves once again that she’s the best Kardashian (even if she’s not a real Kardashian). Here she is telling Jay Leno on Tuesday’s “Tonight Show” that she not only predicted her sister’s 72-day marriage to Kris Humphries wouldn’t last, but also made clear to Kim her reservations about the union—and there were a lot of them!—before the fateful knot was (ever so loosely) tied.
I don’t know precisely why, but I find 13-year-old movie critic Jackson Murphy—aka “Lights-Camera-Jackson”—to be insufferable. Maybe it’s that his robotic inauthenticity reminds me of a younger Mitt Romney. Or maybe he’s just that damn irritating.
Bill O’Reilly caught flak recently for harsh anti-drug statements he made while commenting on the death of Whitney Houston. Around the same time, O’Reilly received praise for defending Ellen DeGeneres against the anti-gay “One Million Moms” group. On Tuesday’s “Tonight Show,” Jay Leno asked him about both.
“Evidently, having 11 children makes you tough as nails.” Stephen Colbert returned to his program tonight after a surprise two-day absence last week, reportedly prompted by the ailing health of his 91-year-old mother, Lorna. And he did it in true Colbert style.
“I don’t know where to begin.” For the latest in their “Teens React to Viral Videos” series, the Fine Brothers tackled the diva beauty queen “It” girl of the moment, “Toddlers & Tiaras” star Alana “Honey Boo-Boo Child” Shannon and her mother, “Coupon Queeeeeeen” June. Here are the results.
Today’s episode of “Anderson” focused on TLC’s “Toddlers & Tiaras.” So naturally, it featured “Coupon Queen” June Shannon and her Go-Go Juice-addicted daughter, “Honey Boo-Boo Child” Alana. Heated discussions were had, mommy pageant makeovers were given, and Anderson Cooper couldn’t stop drinking the special juice (that’s gonna make him wiiiiiiin). Here’s everything you missed.
Don’t quit your day job, Donald. You know how you can tell Donald Trump sucks at playing Password? When he makes “Real Housewives of New Jersey” blockhead Teresa Giudice seem like a pro by comparison, as Trump did on tonight’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”
Last week, Jimmy Kimmel issued a new prank challenge to his viewers: Unplug the TV at a crucial moment during Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVI and film the reactions of loved ones and friends. On his show tonight, Kimmel aired the results—they did not disappoint.
Memo to “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Jacqueline Laurita: You’re not supposed to swear on live television. You know, like you did tonight on “Watch What Happens Live.” As you’ll see, even though Laurita’s potty mouth escaped Bravo’s censors, she wasn’t able to avoid the ire of Andy Cohen.
“Is that just for hookin’ up?” On his daytime talk show today, Anderson Cooper had on an “expert” to discuss “hot new trends for 2012,” including “location-based apps” for “relationships,” which he knows “nothing” about. Suuuure.
Old people using inhalants seems to be a thing this week! Here’s the conclusion of Stephen Colbert’s highly entertaining interview with “Where The Wild Things Are” author Maurice Sendak, during which the curmudgeonly legend reviews Colbert’s new children’s book, “I Am A Pole (And So Can You),” before teaching him how to illustrate… while high on markers.
Not that there’s anything wrong with that! During a discussion on “Piers Morgan Tonight” on Tuesday, Rosie O’Donnell claimed she didn’t know any closeted gay celebrities. “People say to me all the time, ‘Tom Cruise is gay,’” O’Donnell explained. So… is he?
Only theater director and actor Ira David Wood III can turn “Sexy And I Know It” into a poignant piece of literature.
You’ll never think of “Georgia On My Mind” the same way again. Unless you already pictured this guy when you thought of it. In that case nothing will change. (via twitter.com)
On a lighter note, he also discusses how he named his daughter after “The Legend of Zelda.” From the UK’s “Graham Norton Show.”