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With Donald Trump otherwise engaged with the small matter of his bid to become President of the United States, the Us version of Celebrity Apprentice was in need of a new host. And now it has one. It's Arnold Schwarzenegger. Everyone has already made the "You're Terminated" joke.The NBC show has been running for seven seasons with Trump. Like the Comic Relief and Sport Relief editions of the UK version, it involves celebrities working in teams to win challenges, with the lacklustre getting fired until there's only one person standing. Contestants have included Gary Busey, Andrew Dice Clay, Cyndi Lauper, Lou Ferrigno (shame that wasn't in an Arnie season), Steven Baldwin and Vivica Fox, with Piers Morgan, Arsenio Hall and Poison's Brett Michaels among the winners. You don't win a job, obviously. It's all for charity.“We are thrilled to be opening a powerful new chapter in the story of the ‘Apprentice’ franchise, »
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Chicago – Bret Michaels of Poison and “Rock of Love” fame recently rocked the stage at the first-annual 2015 CineFest Backlot Block Party behind Cinespace Chicago Film Studios. We present these exclusive action photos from the Aug. 29, 2015 show!
This photo gallery includes shots of the Bret Michaels Band including Bret Michaels, guitarist Pete Evick, bassist Bart Harris, drummer Mike Bailey and more. These photos were taken by Adam Fendelman and Jeff Doles. Click “Next” and “Previous” at the top to scroll through them.
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Chicago – In this special HollywoodChicago.com Hookup, we’ve partnered with the first-annual CineFest Backlot Block Party from Cinespace Chicago Film Studios! The music and food festival features more than 30 bands (including Bret Michaels, Blue Oyster Cult and Quiet Riot) as well as Chicago’s most popular sweet and savory food trucks!
The music and food festival, which celebrates film and TV projects that have been shot in Chicago, takes place this weekend on Aug. 28, 29 and 30, 2015. The festival is located on the grounds of Cinespace Chicago Film Studios, which is one of the largest film and TV studios outside of Hollywood. Each HollywoodChicago.com winner scores a weekend pass valid for all three days! Winning passes will be available at CineFest will call under your name.
To win your free CineFest weekend pass courtesy of HollywoodChicago.com, just get interactive with our social media widget below. That’s it! The more social actions you complete, »
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Bret Michaels continues to prove he'll bump em' no matter what age ... even in the middle of the road. An eyewitness says Michaels was cruising in a Mercedes in Scottsdale, Az Friday morning when he got just a little too close to the car in front. We're told not a lot of damage ... Bret exchanged info with the woman and the two went on their own way. No word on what type of protection Michaels used ... you know ... insurance. »
- TMZ Staff
--Bret Michaels hit some balls at the City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game in Nashville. --Kendall Jenner wore rosy sunglasses from Sunday Somewhere while celebrating niece North West’s birthday at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. --Bella Thorne and boyfriend Gregg Sulkin joined 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Kailash Satyarthi at the Meet-Up for Childhood Freedom in Washington, D.C. --Ali Landry snagged some flowers from BloomThat at the Show Me Your Mumu Mumu Beach Club in Malibu, Calif. --Reese Witherspoon wore Made Eyewear’s Bronson shades in silver with a blue mirrored lens [...] »
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The host of Live With Kelly and Michael channels Bell Biv DeVoe, moves and all, on Thursday’s episode of Lip Sync Battle (Spike TV, 10/9c) for a killer rendition of the group’s 1990 hit. (Bonus: Strahan is joined on stage by three very special, and very familiar-looking, guests.)
To make the evening even more unforgettable, Strahan is going head-to-head with another big name in morning news: the Today show’s Hoda Kotb! »
Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth is recovering after a decidedly un-rockstar-like moment during his band’s appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” On Monday night, he was forced to exit the stage mid-song, after injuring his own nose with his microphone stand. Aside from whatever pain the boo-boo left him with, Roth shouldn’t feel too bad. Fans of aging glam-metal singers will recall that back in 2009, Poison belter Bret Michaels ate it in spectacular fashion at the end of his performance at the Tony Awards, taken down by a descending piece of scenery. So which music icon had the more impressive. »
- Tim Kenneally
If you wanna be my Dance Mom, you gotta get with(out) your friends… make it last forever, cause this show never ends. So given that … zigazig ahhhh, Dance Moms nation. It’s time for the Spice Girls/Poison Apples version of the Dance Moms recap. Which starts out innocuously enough as everyone gathers in the Dancers Den to talk about how weird it is to be without Maddie again (it’s not that weird). This time, Maddie’s with Sia in New York doing SNL. And Melissa is lamenting about how she really should be in New York with her daughter, but she has to … Continue reading →
The post Dance Moms Season 5 episode 13 recap: You’re getting my goat … appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Lori Acken
Hold on to your pool chairs: All three of Penelope Spheeris' entertaining, heartbreaking and iconic Decline of Western Civilization documentaries are officially coming to Blu-ray and DVD for the first time in a deluxe box set on June 30th. Shout! Factory will release the four-disc anthology chronicling L.A.'s hardcore punk, hair-metal and gutter-punk phenomena with a 40-page book, extended interviews and a new commentary track by Dave Grohl. Each film has also been given a 2K high-definition restoration, which Spheeris supervised.
"I am so grateful to the fans of these films, »
Yep, next week’s American Idol mentor will be none other than Boy George — who’ll help guide the Season 14 Top 9 through an ’80s Music theme, TVLine has learned exclusively. (What did you think the Culture Club singer was gonna weigh in on, hair metal?)
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Next week’s two-hour live telecast will mark the reality singing competition’s move to a Wednesday-only schedule (8/7c on Fox).
VideosReality Check: ‘All Bets Are Off’ on American Idol! »
Five years ago, four losers passed out in a jacuzzi, boiled back to 1986, healed their past wounds, rocked out to Poison, and returned to their timeline as gods. Thusly, Hot Tub Time Machine director Steve Pink was hailed as a minor deity: He'd taken a dumber-than-huffing-hairspray premise and made the perfect trifle, a comedy with no greater aspiration than to be your first choice on an airplane. If I could bubble a time machine to 2010, I'd advise Pink, "Quit while you're ahead." Alas, with the tepid sequel Hot Tub Time Machine 2, he and returning cast members Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, and Clark Duke have stewed too long. Now the whole thing is pruned.
First, a recap of events. Nick (Robinson), Adam (John Cusack), and Adam's nephew Jacob (Duke) upended »
Gibbons, a former Et correspondent, won Donald Trump's NBC competition series and she playfully teased her opponent while talking to Et.
"His biggest mistake was just being Geraldo," Gibbons joked.
Rivera explained that he had been fighting an uphill battle the whole way.
"I was butting heads with my team from day one," Rivera said. "Kevin Jonas, Ian Ziering and Lorenzo Llamas -- they wanted to kill me from the first minute they met me. I had a big bull's eye on my back, so I was punching my way through it."
12 items from 2015
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