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Comedy Central is thinking bigly with its next late night franchise. As the network teased last week, it has ordered the new weekly series “The President Show,” starring Anthony Atamanuik as Donald Trump.
“The President Show” will air Thursdays at 11:30 p.m. Et, behind “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” starting April 27. The series will be produced like a talk show, with desk segments, field pieces and guest interviews – but set in the Oval Office and hosted by “Trump.”
“Laughing at the President is a proud American tradition and we hope not to disappoint anyone in that department,” Atamanuik said. “But our political system is too broken for us to be content joking about one man, even though he is a disastrous silly little toddler boy. Mostly I »
- Michael Schneider
President Donald Trump – or a reasonable facsimile – is coming to late-night TV.
Comedy Central said it would launch “The President Show,” a weekly late-night program created by and starring comedian Anthony Atamanuik, who has developed a reputation for his impression of the current U.S. President. The program, which will air Thursday nights at 11:30 p.m, following the network’s “The Daily Show,” serves to further the Viacom outlet’s late-night ambitions, which were shaken by the cancellation last year of “The Nightly Show,” led by Larry Wilmore.
The new program’s premise: Atamanuik’s President Trump is bypassing the mainstream media in favor and hosting a late-night show broadcast live from the Oval Office, where he doesn’t have to field questions from reporters or deal with the other trappings of his position. The program is expected to include desk segments, field pieces and interviews Peter Grosz will play Vice President Mike Pence. The »
- Brian Steinberg
Scarlett Johansson clearly has her priorities straight, revealing she is attracted to men who cook.
While appearing as a guest on Sirius Xm’s The Howard Stern Show on Monday morning, Stern asked the newly single actress, 32, who she thinks is “the hottest guy right now in the world.”
“Is it Brad Pitt? Who? If I said to you I could put you in a movie with so-and-so, who would it be?” Stern pressed.
Flustered, Johansson tries to think of someone: “Don’t put me under the gun like that,” she said. “Honestly I’m like somebody who likes Gordon Ramsay. »
- Jessica Fecteau
“The Howard Stern Show” veteran Artie Lange, who recently appeared in an episode of HBO’s “Crashing” that dramatized his efforts to stay sober, was arrested for heroin and cocaine possession earlier this week, TMZ reports. The comedian, who has spoken often about his struggles with drugs, was arrested in the parking garage of his Hoboken, New Jersey apartment complex. TMZ reported that Lange had “several bags of drugs” in his possession. He was released after being booked on three charges, which the site did not identify. Hoboken police told TheWrap no one was available to discuss details of the arrest Friday. »
- Tim Kenneally
As “The Voice” season 12 gets started with blind auditions, coach Adam Levine is busier than ever with the hit talent show. But Levine stopped by SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show” and gave a little insight on what it’s like working with such an A-list panel of judges, like Alicia Keys, and couple Gwen Stefani […] »
- Aynslee Darmon
Is there anything Ed Sheeran can't do? No. The answer is no. The singer, who recently released his first album in nearly three years, Divide, stopped by The Howard Stern Show this week to further prove his musical talents. After the host told Sheeran that he wanted to hear some covers because he thinks he does "really interesting takes on other people's music," Sheeran happily obliged. Howard then brought up doing something for 50 Cent's "In Da Club," and Sheeran launched right into an amazing cover without any practice. He also sang Coldplay's "Yellow" and Blackstreet's "No Diggity." Watch the entire thing above to be completely blown away. »
- Caitlin Hacker
A high point of the interview came when the 45-year-old disgraced former professional cyclist talked to Stern about his relationship with singer Sheryl Crow 10 years ago — calling their time together “a good ride.”
“She’s a great lady. Obviously it didn’t work out, but I think and I hope she’s happy. I’m happy,” he shared of ending their five-month engagement in February 2006. “It’s tough to pull it off. I mean, how »
- Rose Minutaglio
Lance Armstrong isn't riding away from any topic these days. While the former professional cyclist has been staying away from the Hollywood spotlight in recent months, the athlete couldn't turn down the opportunity to be interviewed by Howard Stern. During Monday's episode of The Howard Stern Show, Lance was asked personal questions including his past relationship with Sheryl Crow. At the same time, he couldn't help but reveal new information about his life as a cyclist before and after the doping scandal. Take a look at seven of the many fascinating topics discussed during today's SiriusXM radio show. What you read and hear may surprise you. Surviving Cancer: »
Turning a memoir into a film is never simple. Internal monologues need to be translated cinematically and the scope of an entire life has to be narrowed down to a three-act structure. Not surprisingly, the task becomes even trickier when the author spends as much time discussing his penis as Howard Stern did in his bestselling book “Private Parts.”
Released 20 years ago on March 7, 1997, the film adaptation of Stern’s memoir took the No. 1 spot at the box office the weekend it opened, eclipsing Disney’s PG-rated family film “Jungle 2 Jungle,” which debuted at the same time. The total box office gross only ended up at $41 million, but it went on to become a cult favorite on TV and video.
The culmination of a challenging development process that originally saw Oscar-winning director John G. Avildsen (“Rocky”) attached, the film’s early delays were primarily centered on story issues. Stern, »
- Matthew Chernov
After sharing five-plus years of their lives together, Meg Ryan and John Mellencamp are not on good terms. The former couple dated from 2011 to August 2014, breaking up for two months before rekindling their romance. Unfortunately, they called it quits for good in 2015. During an interview with SiriusXM's The Howard Stern Show Wednesday, Mellencamp confessed that he and Ryan no longer keep in touch. "Oh, women hate me. I loved Meg Ryan," Mellencamp shared. "She hates me to death." Quite the confession given the longevity of their relationship, but the "Jack & Diane" crooner wasn't afraid to open up about his mistakes. He admitted he tried to mend their broken »
On Monday, Howard Stern and his live radio talk show, The Howard Stern Show, was sued by Judith Barrigas, whose tax and personal information was broadcast live on the air. Howard Stern And Company Sued In a wacky series of events, Stern’s show disseminated an entire conversation between Barrigas and IRS agent Jimmy Forsythe. On May 19, 2015, Forsythe […]
The post Howard Stern Being Sued For Broadcasting Judith Barrigas’ Conversation With IRS appeared first on uInterview. »
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
"The Howard Stern Show" aired a woman's phone conversation with an IRS agent -- revealing tons of personal information -- but she had no idea it was being broadcast and now she's suing. Judith Barrigas filed a federal lawsuit over the phone call which aired in May 2015 ... she says by absolutely no fault of her own. According to the suit ... she called the IRS to discuss a pending tax case. The agent Barrigas spoke to »
- TMZ Staff
Joanne might’ve surprised fans by stripping away its maker’s signature brand of electropop in favor of a fresh, rock-inspired sound, but Lady Gaga’s duet with Metallica at Sunday’s Grammys reaffirmed the “John Wayne” singer can hold her own against the genre’s heaviest hitters.
One week after taking the biggest stage on television as the Super Bowl Li halftime show headliner and announcing a worldwide tour, Gaga joined the iconic metal band to perform at Los Angeles’ Staples Center for a set that was riddled with microphone malfunctions for the Metallica lead singer.
Performing “Moth Into Flame, »
- Joey Nolfi
Nick Cannon pissed off some NBC execs with a joke he made during a stand-up comedy special -- and it nearly cost him his job on "America's Got Talent" ... TMZ has learned. While Nick was recording the special more than a month ago, he joked with the audience that NBC was making him lose his "black card" -- strongly insinuating the network wanted him to show less swagger on 'Agt.' Sources familiar with the »
- TMZ Staff
It’s not a perfect illusion — Lady Gaga is moving on.
The “Joanne” singer is dating CAA talent agent Christian Carino, a source confirms exclusively to People. On Jan. 28, the budding couple were spotted getting affectionate at a Kings of Leon concert, says an onlooker.
Carino previously dated Walking Dead’s Lauren Cohan, and some of his clients include Hollywood’s biggest A-list stars like Justin Bieber, Amber Heard, Christina Aguilera, Simon Cowell, Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Lopez.
Gaga, 30, and former fiancé Taylor Kinney, 35, amicably called off their engagement in July of last year. Kinney popped the question in 2015 on »
- Elizabeth Leonard and Nicole Sands
Lena Dunham is standing up for her Bff, Taylor Swift. While promoting the sixth and final season of HBO’s “Girls”, the 30-year-old producer and writer visited “The Howard Stern Show” alongside her executive producer Jenni Konner, where she addressed the criticism her 27-year-old pop star friend has faced for her speckled love life. Related: Lena Dunham Shows Off […] »
- Cat Williams
“It’s so hard,” she said. “I think about the relationships that I had in my early twenties and if they had been public, it would’ve been a disaster.”
“I mean, not to repeat age-old feminist points, »
- Char Adams
Radio personality Howard Stern has weighed in on the Donald Trump presidency, says “it’s not good for him.” Howard Stern On Trump Was Pro-clinton Trump has been a regular guest on The Howard Stern Show since the 1990s, so Stern knows the man fairly well. While he admitted they rarely talked politics, beliefs did come up, and Stern says “the new […]
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
Does a New York tabloid columnist know something about Donald Trump's activities in Russia that the president-elect would prefer the world did not?
That was the question raised by audio from a 2001 episode of The Howard Stern Show that circulated online Wednesday. In the clip, discovered by viral-video editor Vic Berger of Turner-owned Super Deluxe, former New York Daily News gossip writer A.J. Benza tattles on Trump, all to host Howard Stern's delight.
Trump, meanwhile, is listening in on a phone line, denying the conversation ever transpired. (Trump was single at the time; he would marry current wife Melania »
- Seth Abramovitch
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