Now that Joey McIntyre has the hit series Return of the Mac on Pop TV, he needs to work on his faces to mug for the camera. Here is example of three of them that he took in his car. He doesn’t need lines with those expressions because I can tell exactly what message he is trying to get across here. You want me to work with my friends and family on the Docuseries, that could work or maybe not.
It like totally works! Tonight at 8:30p, you need to watch him and Joey Lawrence duke it out. There is only room for one Teen Idol from the ’80s named Joey who came in third on Dancing with the Stars on our TVs, and can you guess who it is going to be? You have to see it to believe and be prepared to laugh!
Don’t forget to watch Hollywood Darlings before ROTM with Jodie Sweetin, Beverly Mitchell and Christine Lakin. Tonight one of them goes to a High School Prom with a complete stranger. You have to tune in to find out why.
Joey Lawrence has been acting for so long that I forgot he can also sing. Today, he reminded us by singing Nat King Cole’s L-O-V-E and I am in love with him. I woke up without a Valentine, but now I feel like I have one with him and that voice.
Seriously, he is so good at singing love songs, I think his next album should just be full of them. Forget the Pop thing, he needs to be the modern day Michael Bolton! Yes, I just watched the latter’s Netflix Valentine’s Special and when a woman loves a man…
Joey McIntyre is returning to television as the star of a sitcom where he plays a loose version of himself. Beginning on April 12th his show Return of the Mac debuts on Pop TV and it sounds like it has all the right stuff.
The scripted show stars his real life family wife Barrett and their three children, Griffin, 8, Rhys, 6, and Kira, 5, as he tries for a comeback by hosting a talk show on Comfy TV. Along with his family appearing, so will several other ’90s heartthrobs Donnie Wahlberg, Jenny McCarthy, Joey Lawrence, Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and Jack Osbourne. With a lineup like that is there any reason not tune in? I know will be hanging tough until it premieres.
Just when it looked like Melissa & Joey was going to have a great year, turns out they are not. In early January, the sitcom won the People’s Choice Award for best comedy on cable and today ABC Family cancelled it. According to Deadline Hollywood, now that Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence’s character are married and the kids are all grown up, the network felt it was a good time to end the show. Personally, I thought the show should’ve ended after the second season, but that’s me. Are you going to miss it?
Now that this show is on its last legs, I really hope that ABC Family pairs Young & Hungry and Baby Daddy together. They are the two best comedies that they have ever offered. Both are really strong shows that make you laugh every week.
Remember when Joey Lawrence was hot? I am quickly forgetting that. The actor showed up to the People’s Choice Awards tonight looking like he should be selling Bibles or vacuum cleaners door to door instead of attending a Hollywood event. Between the suit and the poorly dyed combover, I would find myself ignoring the doorbell if I saw him on the other side of the peephole.
While his appearance was bad news to me, the good news for him is that Melissa & Joey won the Best Comedy on Cable Award at the PCAs. How it won over Baby Daddy, Young & Hungry and Cougar Town is a shock to me?