4 items from 2013
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It's not genetic if you pick it up from your TV parents, right? "Roseanne" star Lecy Goranson ended up on a karaoke stage for a rendition of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and the results weren't pretty.
TMZ obtained video of the former Becky Connor belting out the tune in a Brooklyn karaoke bar. Goranson definitely sounds like she takes after her TV mom, Roseanne Barr, who infamously butchered the National Anthem in 1990.
Lecy's performance isn't quite as bad as Roseanne's, and karaoke can get much worse. However, when it does it usually dies in the room, instead of living forever online. At least she seems to be having fun, which is what really matters. »
The actress who played one of Roseanne's daughters on TV would never make it on "The Voice" ... but we gotta give her props for her ballsy performance at a Brooklyn karaoke joint. Sources tell us Lecy Goranson took to the stage just before closing time last Thursday .. when the place was almost empty. She let loose ... with an ear-splitting rendition of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit."Only problem was ... it kinda stunk.Lecy »
- TMZ Staff
During a HuffPost Live interview with Michael Fishman, who played Becky's younger brother DJ on "Roseanne," and host Ricky Camilleri, Goranson revealed that she has never seen any of the show's controversial final season, including the series finale.
It may seem unbelievable that Goranson never checked out what she was missing on the show, but it rang true when Fishman spoke about the "Roseanne" finale, which revealed that Conner family patriarch Dan (John Goodman) died from a heart attack -- a twist Goranson never knew about until Fishman said it on HuffPost Live.
"I'm embarrassed. I don't even know that he passed away," she said during the interview. "I'm like, 'He passed away? Oh god, that's horrible!'"
Goranson, who played the Conner's oldest child, left the legendary comedy series »
- HuffPost Live
Doctor Who handles a recasting like no other show - ever since 1966, when William Hartnell gave way to Patrick Troughton, the show's ingenious concept of regeneration has seen it survive and thrive despite multiple recastings of its lead role...
With the BBC sci-fi drama's latest star to be unveiled on Sunday night, this week's Friday Fiver takes a look at some of TV's most notable head-swaps and asks... did it work?
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Possibly the most famous TV switch - Bewitched swapped one Dick for another, with Sargant stepping in for an ailing York. Viewers didn't seem to mind and the fantasy sitcom continued for three more seasons.
Following Janet Hubert-Whitten's well-publicised feud with Big Will, »
4 items from 2013
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