Dr Drew has a way of bringing television down to new lows and today he did so by trying to find out if a 17 year old girl’s breasts are real or if she has implants. Yes Courtney Stodden is a media whore and she seems to be addicted to the attention, but I thought Dr Drew was all about fighting addictions and yet he played right into her’s.
At least when Kim Kardashian went to prove that her butt was real and when Tyra Banks had proven that her boobs were real, they were both around 30 years old. Courtney isn’t even of legal age. She is not mature enough to understand the ramifications of all this.
I don’t mean to be preachy, and I know what Dr Drew did is nothing new, I just think that doing it on 17 year old girl is beyond sad
Tonight at 9p we will get to see Maureen Hancock aka Psychic in Suburbia do her stuff on Style and you are not going to want to miss her give her readings. The show starts off with her giving a reading to a complete stranger as they are getting their hair done. What she tells her will leave her crying tears of joy and at the end of the show you will see how much that reading meant to her. It will leave you crying to. But that is not the only moment that will touch your heart and wanting you get to get a reading from the Psychic Suburbia.
Maureen in in business with her sister and her two nieces. Her sister helps her run her busy life and her nieces also have the gift and help her out, but sometimes they all over schedule themselves. The two girls plan a singles party where they will try to get people together that are getting matched in heaven. As in their late relatives are trying to get those two together. That is a singles mixer I want to try out.
Besides doing group meetings, she will do individual readings and in tonight’s premiere you will see how truly gifted she is.
The show is from the people behind Ghost Whisperer and she is the real life Jennifer Love Hewitt. Like the former-CBS show, it is a feel good hour of television that everyone will enjoy watching. So watch it tonight and every Saturday at 9p Style.
Every time I wonder what reality show can they come up with next, a network is still able to surprise me with how far they will go. The newest one goes to Discovery that has teamed with the Catholic Church to do a show called The Exorcism Files. According to EW’s James Hibberd, “The Exorcist Files will recreate stories of real-life hauntings and demonic possession, based on cases investigated by the Catholic Church. The project includes access into the Vatican’s case files, as well as interviews with the organization’s top exorcists — religious experts who are rarely seen on television”
You know if the show were on Syfy (where I think it should be) I would watch it, but since it is on Discovery I will skip because their programming is so boring and the production is below the standards I think they need to be for a show a like this. The re-enactments will be so bad I will probably find myself laughing at the actors that will need to their sell their souls to the devil for their next roles. Thus Syfy then can do a reality show about actors who sell their to the devil after doing a reality show reenacting exorcisms.
BTW since there is no video from the upcoming show, I decided to do post the trailer to Eli Roth’s The Last Exorcism that came out on DVD yesterday.
What do eat when your meal is done? You eat dessert, of course! So what do you watch when Top Chef ends it season? You watch Top Chef Just Desserts Wednesdays. It really is the icing on Bravo’s cake starting tonight at 11p. This show is so yummy, I gained 5 pounds watching it. So I suggest you don’t do what I did and eat lots of sweets and fruits before you watch the show because this show will tickle your sweet tooth. To watch as these contestants compete to make the best desserts, will leave you salivating. You will find yourself craving a treat like you have never done before and that is a good thing.
On tonight’s season premiere they debut their signature dessert and for the first elimination challenge they have to make something with chocolate. And let me tell you, I am glad I had some in the house because man I needed chocolate and I needed right then and there.
So satisfy you hump day cravings and watch Top Chef Just Desserts tonight and every Wednesday on Bravo.
NBC has picked up "Grease: You’re the One That I Want" for two additional live shows, bringing its scheduled number of episodes from nine to eleven. In addition, previous guest star Olivia Newton-John (Sandy in the Grease film) will return to serve as a guest judge on the first live episode. While producer David Ian, director/choreographer Kathleen Marshall and Grease co-creator Jim Jacobs are currently on the judges panel of "You’re the One That I Want," the reality talent search will go live on January 28th, when TV viewers commence to determine the stars of Broadway’s next revival of Grease. "You’re the One That I Want," co-hosted by Billy Bush and Denise Van Outen, premiered on NBC on 8 PM on January 7th. The new production of Grease will open on Broadway in June 2007 and will be directed and choreographed by two-time Tony Award-winner Marshall (The Pajama Game). Paul Nicholas and David Ian Associates, Nederlander Presentations and Phoenix Productions will produce. Upcoming "You’re the One That I Want" guest stars include Jeff Conaway, Adrian Zmed, Marilu Henner, Lucy Lawless, and Barry Bostwick (all of whom have appeared in versions of Grease), as well as Jai Rodriguez and Marissa Jaret Winokur.
Since NBC announced last week that they picked up two more episodes for this season, I think that they are going to add 2 more Sandys and Dannys? I am hoping they bring back jock boy, 17 year old girl and the waitress! I am not really loving anyone so far, but I think it is too early to tell because we really haven’t seen them perform yet.
Side note. did Jeff Conway seem like he needed to go back into rehab?
Donny Osmond has signed on to host ABC’s upcoming unscripted series "The Great American Dream Vote." The show features eight contestants who reveal a lifelong dream to the studio audience, explaining why they think it deserves to be fulfilled. Contestants will square off, and the studio audience will cast votes, eliminating entrants over several rounds. By the end of each show, two finalists will remain. Then viewers at home will have the opportunity to vote on which of the two most deserves to have his or her dream realized, with the results being disclosed at the opening of the following week’s episode. ABC has not set a premiere date for "Dream Vote," whose executive producers are also behind the network’s "Bachelor" series.
"Big Brother" will be back for another round of real-people melodrama. CBS has greenlit production on an eighth season of the hit summer sudser, which has become a fixture on the net’s warm-weather sked. After pausing last year for an "all-star" edition featuring past contestants, skein will return to its normal "real" people format this year. Julie Chen is on board to once again host "Big Brother," which first debuted in 2000, weeks after "Survivor" launched. Allison Grodner Prods. will produce, in association with Endemol USA.
NBC’s "Last Comic Standing" is getting a new host, some new judges and a bigger travel budget. The stand-up comedy show, which enters its fifth season in the summer, is taking its search for talented comedians outside the United States for the first time. "Last Comic" talent scouts will travel to London, Montreal and Sydney this season, in addition to holding casting calls in Los Angeles, New York, Minneapolis, San Antonio and Tempe, Ariz. Along with the expanded contestant search, the show is getting a new host in comedian Bill Bellamy and a new set of judges, all of whom are former "Last Comic" finalists. Season three winner Alonzo Bodden and season two finalists Ant and Kathleen Madigan will help pare down the field before the audience weighs in with their votes. Auditions for the coming season of "Last Comic Standing" kick off Monday, Feb. 26 in Los Angeles. Dates and locations are at NBC.com.
I wish they were able to bring back Jay Mohr, he was the best host! At least they got rid of Anthony Clark, he was beyond painful. I love that Alonzo Bodden and Kathleen Madigan are going to be part of the show, but I wish ANT would go away. He just needs to tone it down and maybe I could tolerate him.