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Ronda Rousey won't be ringside for McGregor vs. Mayweather ... 'Cause She'll Be Getting Married! Dana White revealed that Ronda will be tying the knot with longtime boyfriend Travis Browne on Saturday. The two got engaged back in April. White told Rich Eisen he was invited to the wedding but obviously won't be able to attend. Ronda previously announced on "Kelly and Ryan" that the wedding will go down in Hawaii. As for Ronda's career, Dana »
- TMZ Staff
A month after Katy Perry dropped a lyric video for "Swish Swish" starring Brazilian Gif queen and former pop singer Gretchen (née Maria Odete Brito de Miranda), the pop diva released her full-length video, which embraces the basketball theme of the song literally and features a ton of eclectic stars as Perry's losing team the Tigers go up against the Sheep. The music video might be a campy take on a basketball game, but it's reminiscent of the star-studded lineup Perry's longtime rival Taylor Swift got together for her elaborate "Bad Blood" video (since "Bad Blood" is a dis track about Perry and "Swish Swish" is about Swift, the move makes perfect sense). Included in video are Molly Shannon, Terry Crews, Thor Björnsson (aka The Mountain on Game of Thrones), Glee alum Jenna Ushkowitz, Gaten Matarazzo of Stranger Things fame, the cast of Glow, Internet star Christine Sydelko, and sportscasters Bill Walton and Rich Eisen. »
- Quinn Keaney
Katy Perry just hired a bunch of Huge athletes for her new music video -- everyone from Rob Gronkowski to Karl-Anthony Towns ... even Joey Chestnut!!! It's all for Katy's new "Swish Swish" video -- which all takes place at a basketball game, with Bill Walton and Rich Eisen announcing. Some of the highlights ... Katy "Kobe" Perry takes on the guy who plays The Mountain on "Game of Thrones" while Chestnut slams down hot dogs in the crowd. »
- TMZ Staff
It's the Tigers vs. the Sheep at Sheep Stadium—and the home team is the underdog. At midnight, Katy Perry released the music video for "Swish Swish," with cameos from Hafþór Júlíus "Thor" Björnsson, Joey Chestnut, Terry Crews, Doug the Pug, Rob Gronkowski, Russel "Backpack Kid" Horning, Iris Kyle, Amanda Lacount, Gatan Matarazzo, Dexter Mayfield, Nicki Minaj, Sydelle Noel, Molly Shannon, Kia Stevens, Christine Sydelko, Jackie Tohn, Karl-Anthony Towns, Jenna Ushkowitz, Carter Wilkerson, Britney Young and the West Hollywood Cheerleaders. Swish Center's Rich Eisen and Bill Walton commentated on the basketball game, which they predicted would be "the most »
Damon came out decked out in Brady's jersey and rocking his football helmet, but it was clear the ruse wasn't going to hold up -- mostly because you could still see Damon's face, and he didn't alter his voice at all.
After Kimmel pulled the helmet off, the audience went wild, cheering for the Great Wall actor uproariously as an annoyed Kimmel tried to get them to calm down.
"Touchdown!" an extremely amped up Damon yelled at Kimmel. "I won the Super Bowl and I won your stupid show!"
Kimmel told Damon that his stunt didn't count as being »
Don Draper would be long gone by now if he were an actual person, as far as Jon Hamm is concerned.
The Emmy-winning Mad Men star dropped by the Rich Eisen Show for a recent interview and said it was his opinion that while Draper did come up with the iconic Coke jingle, which is hinted at in the series finale, he would not have changed his destructive lifestyle.
"He'd be in his 80s (now) and there ain't no way that guy is getting into his 80s without a massive lifestyle shift, which maybe he did at the end »
- Ryan Parker
Simon Brew Jan 6, 2017
Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves celebrated its 25th anniversary last year, the year that we also lost the mighty Alan Rickman (who, of course, stole every scene he was let near in the movie). It’s a film that remains a favourite for many, and in a new interview, Kevin Costner has shared a behind the scenes story from the making of the movie. In particular, how a swordfight scene in the movie was nearly ‘delayed’ by a search for some, well, mushrooms. Those kind of mushrooms.
Appearing on the Rich Eisen Show, Costner described how, ahead of filming a swordfight sequence in the movie, a stuntman suggested »
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It seems hope was not all that was growing in Sherwood Forest.
During an interview Thursday on The Rich Eisen Show, Kevin Costner revealed that he went on something of a hunt with his stuntman while the two had some downtime on the set of the iconic 1991 adventure film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Costner told Eisen that he befriended the stuntman and that the two — in costume — went off into the wooded location to find some mushrooms. Yes, those kinds of mushrooms.
Costner said he was not having much luck finding any vegetation, but his stuntman did. However, before they took »
- Ryan Parker
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