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Craig Ferguson has no luck with studios!
April 30th, 2013 under Craig Ferguson. [ Comments: none ]


So when Craig Ferguson renewed his contract for The Late Late Show, he asked for a new studio because he had so many problems with it. Not only was it too small, but the roof was constantly leaking and the power went out a few times. So CBS agreed to his demand and moved him to a new stage last year. Well since he took over the new studio back in August, he already had to do the show without power back in November. And tonight he had to do it with the audience sitting on the stage because a leak from the air conditioner made their section unsafe to sit in.
So either he has no luck at CBS TV City or he is being haunted by one of the people who used to do their shows there like George Burns, Dinah Shore, Sonny Bono, Merv Griffin, Mike Douglas, Ray Combs or maybe Allen Ludden because Craig does have his wife Betty White on the show all the time?
If I were Craig, I would ask to move out of that building when his contract is up next time because he is either cursed or the studios are too old for his needs.

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BTWF roles: Silas Weir Mitchell on Silk Stalkings
April 30th, 2013 under Before They Were Famous. [ Comments: none ]


Before Silas Weir Mitchell was helping to solve murders on Grimm, he was accused of committing one on Silk Stalkings. He looks the same now as he did when he was 25 in that 1995 episode.

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Amanda Bynes most revealing selfies so far
April 30th, 2013 under Amanda Bynes. [ Comments: 1 ]



Amanda Bynes loves to snap photos of herself in the bathroom. In this latest round of selfies, she took pictures of herself in just a bra and pants as she was getting ready. The former-actress said this with one of the photos, “About to put on makeup! I weigh 135, I’ve gained weight! I need to be 100 lbs!” I don’t know what she is talking about because I don’t think she needs to lose any weight.

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Proof those Hollywood Superheroes are fakes!
April 30th, 2013 under Jimmy Kimmel. [ Comments: none ]


So last week an 89 year old man, who works for Starline Tours, was mugged by a man dressed as Spider-man on Hollywood Blvd. So since Jimmy Kimmel has his studios on that block, he decided to get to the bottom of the story. Which he really didn’t after speaking to three of the people that dress as the webbed superhero on the famous street.
Well the ABC late night also host found out that the other superheroes said they would be on the lookout for any suspicious behavior and were going to try to find the man who ruined their reputation.
So Kimmel decided to see if they were serious about that and had a man dress up as Spider-man and run down Hollywood Blvd with two bags of money. See how many of those so-called superheroes actually tried to stop him.
And make to watch it all the way through because you will never believe what SpongeBob SquarePants does to Spider-man. Peter Parker will never be the same.
Only on Hollywood Blvd!

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The Ewings will be back for a third season of Dallas!!!
April 30th, 2013 under Dallas. [ Comments: none ]


TNT announced today that Dallas will be back with 15-episodes at the beginning of 2014!
Michael Wright, president, head of programming for TNT, TBS and Turner Classic Movies said, “Although we said goodbye to Larry Hagman and his iconic character J.R. Ewing this year, Dallas has many more stories left to tell, and the Ewing clan will continue to honor J.R.’s memory by keeping its audience surprised and delighted.” While I will miss Larry Hagman’s presence on the show, I can’t wait to see what Josh Henderson will do now that he inherited his legacy. Seriously Henderson has proven to be one to watch, just like the show.
Plus I want to see what new enemies will be gunning for the Ewings since they pretty much got rid of all of their old ones in the season finale.

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