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Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting was one of the many stars involved in the recent nude photo leak, but the actress took the invasion of privacy in stride and had a laugh along the way.
"I totally have Google alerts that come to my phone... so, every day there's like 30 'Kaley Cuoco nude photos.' ...
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Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting knows that you can never be too blond. The 28-year-old actress went from blond to even blonder this week, debuting her new platinum pixie cut for the first time out and about on Thursday during Jimmy Kimmel Live. On Tuesday, Kaley shared a pic of her bright blond look on Instagram, uploading a shot of her getting her pixie perfected by celeb hairstylist Jen Atkin. Kaley's new look is also a bit more shaggy and piecey now, and so the platinum color gives it an extra dose of oomph. Kaley also shared a sweet (pun intended) photo of her cozying up to her husband, Ryan Sweeting, backstage at Jimmy Kimmel. Kaley wore a chic, all-black getup with a plunging neckline, which was »
When Kaley Cuoco first found out that her nude photos had been hacked and leaked onto the internet, she made the obvious first move: Prepare the folks back home. See photos: The Most and Least Liked Fall TV Actresses: Kerry Washington, Mariska Hargitay to Rachel Bilson, Tea Leoni “I sent an email out to my family,” she told Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday night. “I said, ‘Just so you know, this happened… Ps. I'm not pregnant, and P.S.S. I'm not getting a divorce.'” Now that's how you break bad news. Also read: Kaley Cuoco Comedy ‘Authors Anonymous’ Acquired by Screen Media, »
- Jordan Zakarin
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting didn't think too much about it when she first heard she had nude pictures circulating online. "I totally have Google alerts that come to my phone....so, every day there's like 30 'Kaley Cuoco nude photos,' [but] it's been going on for years. It's all these fake ones," the Big Bang Theory star, 28, said Thursday on Jimmy Kimmel Live. "So then, this one came up, and I was like, 'Oh, it's another fake one...'" But this time, it wasn't. Kaley was one of the many female celebrities whose naked and scantily-clad photos were hacked and leaked to the public on Labor Day Weekend. When Kaley learned this, so "sent an email out to my family," »
The blonder, the better! On Thursday, Sept. 18, Kaley Cuoco visited Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote the return of her hit CBS series, The Big Bang Theory (Monday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. Est), and she officially debuted her new ‘do in the process. Though the former 8 Simple Rules star shared sneak peeks at the hairstyle via her Instagram page, this was the first time the bubbly actress, 28, made a public appearance with the cut. As modeled during the half-hour segment, Cuoco shortened and lightened her [...] »
It's Mockingjay...with a big twist! On last night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, host Jimmy Kimmel offered up a hilarious new idea for the upcoming Hunger Games movie: Mockingjay as a romantic comedy! In a clip called "New Marketing for Hunger Games," the trailer for Mockingjay is edited with music and a perky voiceover to make it look like a romantic comedy about a love triangle involving co-stars Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson (the result is hilarious, trust us!). "Katniss was in a difficult situation," a male voice echoes as images of Mockingjay flash across the screen. "He was down to earth and aimed straight for her heart. He was a big TV star. But in »
A dozen years after launching “Last Call,” Carson Daly’s profile at NBC continues to grow. In addition to the latenight series and the net’s annual New Year’s Eve festivities, he also is a fixture on the “Today” set. Of course, his biggest exposure these days is as host of “The Voice,” which returns to NBC on Sept. 22.
What did you learn from your MTV days on “Total Request Live?”
“Trl” was live for an hour every day. It was great boot camp or training for “The Voice,” just how to handle any situation that could possibly come up in tough circumstances — like teenage girls screaming, musicvideos playing and guests dropping by. It was great training for the ‘Today” show, too.
You won an Emmy as a producer for “The Voice” last year. Where do you keep it?
I have it in my mancave. I pull it out »
- Rick Kissell
The best part of my Comic-Con experience this year was seeing preview footage from the new season of "Key & Peele." Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are, as I've said before, the White Stripes of basic cable comedy. With just two guys, they achieve such versatile and hilarious results. If you haven't been watching already, you can pick up from anywhere and immediately understand their genius. But why not start at the beginning? Here on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Key and Peele tell you how they met and were basically obsessed with each other in an instant. »
- Louis Virtel
For 10 glorious seasons on NBC, James Michael Tyler‘s Gunther served piping-hot coffee — with a dash of passive-aggressive angst — to Ross, Rachel and the rest of the Friends gang. But how much did we really know about the platinum-haired barista?
Like most journalists who spoke with “Gunther” this week at Warner Bros. TV’s Central Perk pop up — open now through Oct. 18 at 199 Lafayette Street in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood — as part of the sitcom’s 20th anniversary celebration, I approached the conversation as a nostalgic fan. »
“World News Tonight” anchor David Muir began his long journey to the top of broadcast news when he was just a tween. The ABC News personality — who recently replaced Diane Sawyer on the network's flagship evening news program — appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Tuesday and credited Ron Curtis, “the Walter Cronkite of Syracuse,” for encouraging him to follow his dream. “I wrote to the local news guy when I was 12 years old,” Muir said during the interview (above). “I said, ‘What do I need to do to be you one day?’ I'll never forget the last line in »
- Greg Gilman
Esquire asked 50 notable men to reflect on the people who helped drive their success as a part of the magazine's new mentoring initiative. Chris Pratt, James Franco, Aziz Ansari, Jimmy Kimmel, Bill Hader, and Armie Hammer are among the stars who share stories about the men and women who changed their lives in order to show the positive effect a mentor can have on a child. Check out their stories and photos here! »
- Erica Tempesta
A 20-year-old college dropout just got his big break. Up-and-coming comedian Pete Davidson has officially signed on to be a Saturday Night Live featured player, Deadline.com reports. Davidson, who appeared on Fox’s hit comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine in 2013, performed stand-up on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in April, joking, “I just moved out of my mom’s house and I just turned 20. It’s over. I’m not going to make it.” But that couldn’t be further from the truth. The stand-up comic and actor has also been featured on MTV’s [...] »
Jane Fonda had a lot of fun with her prosthetic breasts in the film “This Is Where I Leave You,” and sometimes even more fun when the cameras weren't rolling. She talked about all the attention the enhancements got her on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Also read: ‘This Is Where I Leave You’ Review: Jane Fonda, Tina Fey, Jason Bateman Star in Film With No Characters “There's been so much buzz about them that the studio I think is considering a sequel, just with them,” Fonda quipped. She said that she discovered that when she had the large fake breasts, people did treat her. »
- Jason Hughes
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Music legend Barbra Streisand made her triumphant return to late night television with her first appearance on "The Tonight Show" in more than 50 years. Streisand was promoting her new album of duets, "Partners," and host Jimmy Fallon stood in for several of said partners to help Babs perform a medley. Fallon impersonated Elvis, Blake Shelton, and Michael Buble, while Streisand remained her fabulous self.
Later, Streisand sat down with Fallon (who let her sit behind the desk in honor of her milestone appearance), where she critiqued his musical abilities. "Do you really want to be a singer?" Babs asked, a note of incredulity in her voice. "I wouldn't quit your night job. »
- Katie Roberts
Have you ever wondered what it was like to be a not famous Carson Daly? Well, you might soon find out. The Hollywood Reporter writes Jimmy Kimmel is developing a show for ABC based on Daly’s life after he left MTV and before he got the gig on The Voice. Specifically, the show will focus on a former VJ who moves in with his parents and takes a job on a "morning zoo" radio show. Kimmel will write the pilot, a thing he’s never done before. Expect a lot of scenes where a guy plays golf and tells stories about meeting Shaggy. »
- Jesse David Fox
Along with the previously announced Michael Che, Saturday Night Live has added comedian Pete Davidson to its 2014-2015 season cast. Since Che was brought on to coanchor the Weekend Update desk only, Davidson is the only new featured player of the show's 40th season, and guess what? The Staten Island, NY, native is only 20 years old. That's right. 20. Years. Old. To be fair, he's not the youngest cast member ever. That honor goes to Anthony Michael Hall, who was only 17 years old when he was featured in 1985. Eddie Murphy was merely 19 when he was cast in 1980, and he became one of the biggest SNL success stories of all time. Davidson began his career in comedy at 16 as a way to cope with losing his father on 9/11. Keeping my fingers crossed that this is the beginning of another success story! Check out Davidson on Jimmy Kimmel Live: He also guest-starred on »
Saturday Night Live‘s newest addition isn’t even old enough to toast to his own casting.
Comedian Pete Davidson, 20, is joining the cast of SNL for its 40th season, our sister site Deadline reports, making him the only new featured player being added this year. Davidson, who recently performed a set on Jimmy Kimmel Live in April and has appeared on MTV’s Guy Code, was reportedly handpicked by SNL boss Lorne Michaels.
Watch Davidson in action below:
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Jimmy Kimmel’s humor could be expanding to ABC’s primetime lineup. The network’s beloved late night host has sold a pilot script via ABC Studios, which made a major script commitment plus penalties. Kimmel will write the pilot himself, something he has never done before, as well as produce alongside his longtime friend Carson Daly. Joining the pair as an executive producer on the project is a more experienced scripted hand, Dan Fogelman, whose résumé includes creating ABC comedy The Neighbors. The untitled half-hour entry is about a once massively popular VJ who loses it all and is forced to
- Lacey Rose
Saturday Night Live has added a new featured player. The NBC sketch series hired Pete Davidson, a show rep confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. The comedian's TV credits include guesting on Brooklyn Nine-Nine and appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out. The 20-year-old also appeared in Fox's Sober Companion comedy pilot. Davidson has been touring and performing at comedy clubs since age 16, according to the biography on his official site. He performed at comedy clubs in Staten Island before branching out to touring, he told comedy site Splitsider in an August interview.
- THR Staff
First off, he’s only 20 years old. Staten Island native Davidson started performing when he was 16 and soon made his way onto shows like MTV’s Guy Code and Comedy Central’s Adam DeVine’s House Party. Here’s where you might have seen him:
Thanks to YouTube, it’s possible to see little Davidson do stand-up at age 17. Yes, age 17: In this set, he talks about how he just »
- Ariana Bacle
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