I Love Kellie Pickler is back for a second season tonight at 10p on CMT and somehow she found a way to make herself even more lovable.
Last season, we saw Kellie and her husband, Kyle of five years, adopt chickens, try Hot Yoga together, eat a Minnesotan delicacy called Lutefisk, find out they have a ghost in their house, saw her perform at NASCAR, a baseball game and at a Military Base, and finally tie knot again in front of their friends.
This season they are up for even more challenges like going to Tokyo and appearing on Celebrity Family Feud, and the American Idol contestant will work at Sonic and as Uber drive.
Tonight they start the season off with their Surprise Sundays. Kyle takes Kellie to go Bungee Jumping because you only live once. Then she makes him an Apple Pie with his mom because he is on a mission for their friend.
Jen is single and they want her to find her a love like the one that they have. Kyle and their other friend Ken go to a dog park with her dog Spike and they try to find Jen a man. Basically, they go around hitting on men which is awkward for all. Eventually they find her nice guy, but will there be a love connection?
Talking about love, Kellie shares with us the first time she told her husband that she loves him. That is the thing that separates this reality show from the others. Kellie and Kyle have such a sweet loving marriage, that you thoroughly enjoy watching them together. They share a lot about it, but not too much. Not that stuff you really don’t want to hear about.
Plus, she is just the cutest thing ever. You can’t help but to love Kellie Pickler. Therefore, fall in love with her tonight and every Thursday at 10p.
Anderson Cooper was drinking a glass of water as he co-hosted Live with Kelly today when she suddenly told him about how Belgian Scientists have invented a machine that turns urine in to a drinking water. As soon as he heard that, he spit out the water that he was drinking.
Then when she continued on with the story, she told him that she had a sample of it and if he would want to try it. The CNN anchor is a brave man and because he did. As did Kelly Ripa.
How did like it? You just have to watch.
Here’s my drinking game to watching them drink it, drink every time you cringe!
Candace Cameron and Andrea Barber are such fans of NKOTB that the band and the Full House actresses became good friends. So much so, they got the ’90s Boy Band to appear on their Netflix sitcom Fuller House this upcoming season. Here is DJ posing with four of them band’s members. The fifth one I am assuming was stuck in NYC filming Blue Bloods.
Seeing the New Kids on the Block on the Full House couch is causing so many teens from the ’90s to have a wet dream come true.
Robots are getting so advanced these days that they can now show emotion. 20th Century Fox brought two of the world’s most advanced robots for a focus group to see how they would react to the Morgan trailer. The one from magicLab’s EDI (Electronic Deceptive Intelligence) was so realistic, I felt like he was me watching it. Meanwhile, the University of Pisa’s FACE (Facial Automation for Conveying Emotions) was so creepy, I was more scared of her than I was the trailer for the film that comes out on September 2nd.
Either way, it was really intriguing to watch. I want to see more Robots watching trailers like The Jetsons, War Games, Electric Dreams and Her. Maybe Fine Bros can record them watching a whole bunch of different things to get their reaction. How tubular would that be?
Gabrielle Carteris reportedly lied about her real age of being 29 in order to play a teenager on Beverly Hills, 90210. Now, that she is President of the Screen Actors Guild, she wants to make it so that no casting agent or anyone will know an actor’s birth year.
She wrote an editorial in The Hollywood Reporter explaining, “My role on Beverly Hills, 90210 could not have happened for me today, plain and simple. I would never have been called to audition for the part of 16-year-old Andrea Zuckerman if they had known I was 29. Electronic casting sites did not exist in 1990; today, they are prevalent and influential. And they affect casting decisions even when casting personnel don’t recognize their unconscious bias.”
She added that it will be up to the actor whether or not they want their age removed from websites or not.
I see what she is saying, but I think that casting agents and studios look at more than someone’s age when they are casting a part. There are times that someone will put out a notice asking for a young, clean cut, African-American male to play a role, and they they will get sent headshots of an old, long haired, Asian woman to audition for the part by that person’s agent.
It is like, where do you draw the line? Where they were born? Nationality? Hair color? Sex?
It is who is right for the role and sometimes when you have a 29 year old playing a teenager, they start to look their age by the time they are ready to graduate high school on the show as was the case with Carteris.
Look at Bella Thorne, she is 18 but I think she can play 30. Do you think if she was right for the role, an agent would turn her down for the part if they really knew she was just a teenager.
Plus, Matt Damon played someone half his age in Behind the Candelabra, and no one cared.
What do you think?