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July 28th, 2022 under Hot Links!. [ Comments: none ]

Want6 to see Aaron Rogers’ new look? – Celebitchy

Vanessa Hudgens in a bikini – Egotastic

Mrs. Ben Affleck in a bikini – Drunken Stepfather

We can cancel Vanessa Lachey now, right? – Dlisted

Candace Cameron called JoJo Siwa to apologize – Pajiba

Which fan favorite won’t be back on Criminal Minds? – Screen Rant


Jason Mraz works I’m Yours to a Sea Shanty
July 28th, 2022 under Jason Mraz. [ Comments: none ]

Jason Mraz has been singing I’m Yours over and over again for the last decade. Therefore, you can understand why he would want to change it up. So, the singer turned the Reggae Pop hit into a Sea Shanty.

How did he do? Popeye would be proud. And now I will find out how old my readers are because it will be interesting to see if they know who the Sailor Man is?


BTWF: Margot Robbie in Neighbours
July 28th, 2022 under Before They Were Famous. [ Comments: none ]

Before Margot Robbie was killing people in Suicide Squad, she was having a hard time letting her boyfriend die on Neighbours. The 19-year-old gave quite a performance in that 2010 episode.


Gordon Ramsay likes his lamb fresh, very fresh
July 27th, 2022 under Gordon Ramsay. [ Comments: none ]

Gordon Ramsay has several lamb dishes on his menu, and he wants to make sure that he gets the freshest ones. How fresh? Fresh from the farm, as in they are still baaing.

Therefore, the MasterChef gets into the pen with them to make sure he gets the best baby sheep to serve at his kitchens in hell. I mean Hell’s Kitchen.

Before you call PETA on Ramsay, he said, “No animals were cooked in the making of this video.” I believe him. I think?


What is, Jeopardy reveals their hosting schedule?
July 27th, 2022 under Jeopardy, Mayim Bialik. [ Comments: none ]

Earlier this week, there were rumors that Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings would be back to host the 39th season of Jeopardy. Today, EP Michael Davies confirmed it and explained how they are splitting up their hosting duties.

I write today with the exciting news that we have closed and signed deals with Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings to be the hosts of Jeopardy! moving forward.

The fact is, we have so much Jeopardy! to make, and so many plans for the future, that we always knew we would need multiple hosts for the franchise and we are just so grateful that Mayim and Ken stepped in and stepped up to put the show in a position to succeed. And succeed it has. With Mayim and Ken hosting, the show is considerably up in viewership year over year, with more than 27M viewers tuning in each week this season. When you consider that almost every other show in broadcast television and syndication is declining, this has been a quite remarkable season: we’re the most-watched entertainment show on all of television. Yes, all of television.

In Mayim and Ken, we have two outstanding hosts at the beginning of their Jeopardy! hosting careers who connect with their own unique fanbases, new fans, and the traditional Jeopardy! viewer. Ken will kick off the season in September, host the inaugural Second Chance competition and the heavily anticipated Tournament of Champions featuring Amy Schneider, Matt Amodio, Mattea Roach, Ryan Long, and many, many more. His initial hosting run will take us through December. In the meantime, Mayim will host Celebrity Jeopardy! on ABC in primetime. When she takes over from Ken in January, the current plan is to have her host a couple of new tournaments as well as the Jeopardy! National College Championship and as many weeks as she can manage with her other primetime commitment to “Call Me Kat.” We know you value consistency, so we will not flip flop the hosts constantly and will keep you informed about the hosting schedule.

Mayim and Ken are both extraordinarily talented and simply lovely humans. They support the staff and each other. They love and respect this institution of a television program. In return, the staff and I are honored to work alongside them.

To conclude, I want to congratulate both Mayim and Ken. They have both been a joy to work with. They have my commitment, my producer oath, that I will focus on nothing but improving the show around them so that they can do their best work and approach every day in the studio with excitement and energy. And speaking of, we’re back in the Alex Trebek Stage on Monday. I simply can’t wait.

I think this is a smarter plan because now we know who will be hosting and when. What do you think?


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