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Megyn Kelly Believes President Donald Trump Could Be ‘Dangerous’

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Megyn Kelly Believes President Donald Trump Could Be ‘Dangerous’
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Bill O'Reilly Hasn't Read Megyn Kelly's Book, Says 'I'm Not Interested in Making My Network Look Bad'

Do we sense some bad blood lingering at Fox News?

With Donald Trump headed to the White House, you’d figure the conservative cable news network would be celebrating this week. But the release of anchor Megyn Kelly‘s new memoir Settle for More, with accusations of sexual harassment against former network chairman Roger Ailes, has pitted some Fox News loyalists against her. And Bill O’Reilly is clear which side he’s on.

RelatedMegyn Kelly Refutes Debate Night ‘Poisoning,’ Trump Getting Leaked Qs

In an interview with CBS This Morning on Tuesday, O’Reilly was asked about Kelly’s new book,
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Morning Show Wars: ‘Gma’ Wins Viewers, ‘Ctm’ Keeps Growing

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Morning Show Wars: ‘Gma’ Wins Viewers, ‘Ctm’ Keeps Growing
All three broadcast morning shows have something to brag about. ABC’s “Good Morning America” was No. 1 in total viewers during the week of Jan. 25, averaging over 5 million viewers. However, NBC’s “Today” show won the key demo by averaging 1.8 million viewers between ages 25-54. Meanwhile, “CBS This Morning” averaged more than 4 million viewers in a week for the first time in 20 years and has shown the most growth among the three, despite finishing third in both viewers and the key demo. Also Read: Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly Could Share Debate Stage After All “Gma” beat “Ctm” by over...
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‘Today’ Ratings Winning Streak Extended Thanks To Charlie Sheen Story

Charlie Sheen’s exclusive announcement he is HIV positive catapulted Today to its longest winning streak in more than three years; the morning infotainment show has topped ABC’s Good Morning America for 12 consecutive weeks now in the news demo. Today was No. 1 for the week in the news demo (2.002M), besting Gma’s 1.762M and CBS This Morning‘s 1.039M. In winning all five days in the demo for a third consecutive week, Today’s demo win also was its biggest over Gma since…
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Charlie Sheen Announcement: Winning For ‘Today’ Show

Charlie Sheen’s announcement he is HIV-positive delivered NBC’s Today an outright win in the morning infotainment ratings race. The broadcast drew 5.54 million total viewers and 2.31 mil in the key demo, according to early stats. That topped ABC’s Good Morning America by 803K total viewers and 542K in the news demo. Today beat CBS This Morning by 1.9M viewers and 1.1M news demo viewers. "I'm here to admit that I'm in fact HIV-positive," Sheen told Matt Lauer yesterday…
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Tony Awards 2015: Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker to Announce Nominations

Tony Awards 2015: Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker to Announce Nominations
Bruce Willis won't be making his Broadway debut until next month when he stars in a stage adaptation of Misery, but New York's theater world is already embracing the superstar. I can exclusively reveal that Willis and Mary-Louise Parker will announce the nominations for the 69th annual Tony Awards. The announcement will air live on CBS This Morning on April 28 at 8:30 a.m. Et. They can also be viewed on TonyAwards.com. Parker, best known for her Emmy and Golden Globe winning work as Tk on Weeds, picked up a Tony for best actress in 1991 for Proof. She stars in the upcoming Manhattan Theatre Club production of Heisenberg. Some of our favorite celebs are in the running this year for a Tony...
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‘The View's’ Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O'Donnell Address Feud Reports: ‘Sometimes We Bite’ (Video)

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‘The View's’ Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie O'Donnell Address Feud Reports: ‘Sometimes We Bite’ (Video)
The truth came out on Friday morning's “The View” when Whoopi Goldberg admitted that indeed she and her co-hosts have had their off-camera disagreements. See photos: 16 ‘Gma,’ ‘Today,’ and ‘CBS This Morning’ Personalities Ranked by Popularity “This is a hard show to do and sometimes, all of us get a little stressed,” Goldberg said, though Nicolle Wallace pointed out that Goldberg kisses all of the co-hosts before they start each show. Several media reports have come out since “The View” began their 18th season claiming that several of the women were involved in personal feuds with one another. Also read:
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Joan Rivers Remembered by Joy Behar, Kathy Griffin and Charlie Rose on Morning Shows

Joan Rivers Remembered by Joy Behar, Kathy Griffin and Charlie Rose on Morning Shows
Joan Rivers was the big story on Good Morning America, Today and CBS This Morning on Friday. All three of the broadcast morning shows devoted multiple segments, including long reports at the top of each show, to the comedian who died Thursday at 81. All three shows reported on the news of Rivers' death and how she was rushed to the hospital a week prior after she reportedly went into cardiac arrest during surgery. They all also looked back at Rivers' life and career, airing clips of her guest-hosting The Tonight Show, dishing out fashion criticism on the red

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Chris Pratt can be one funny guy

Chris Pratt sat down with CBS This Morning show and entertained the audience with a heart-pounding round of rapid-fire questions. Chris' popularity has been rising rapidly with his lead role in the movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy' set to be released this week. While not particularly insightful into what makes Chris tick, but what do you expect when a guy has to give his answers instantly?

Anyway, here are the highlights of Chris Pratt's answers to some totally random questions.
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Chris Pratt can be one funny guy

Chris Pratt sat down with CBS This Morning show and entertained the audience with a heart-pounding round of rapid-fire questions. Chris' popularity has been rising rapidly with his lead role in the movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy' set to be released this week. While not particularly insightful into what makes Chris tick, but what do you expect when a guy has to give his answers instantly?

Anyway, here are the highlights of Chris Pratt's answers to some totally random questions.
See full article at iCelebz »

Chris Pratt can be one funny guy

Chris Pratt sat down with CBS This Morning show and entertained the audience with a heart-pounding round of rapid-fire questions. Chris' popularity has been rising rapidly with his lead role in the movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy' set to be released this week. While not particularly insightful into what makes Chris tick, but what do you expect when a guy has to give his answers instantly?

Anyway, here are the highlights of Chris Pratt's answers to some totally random questions.
See full article at iCelebz »

Les Moonves Calls Stephen Colbert ‘Only Logical Succcesor’ for David Letterman (Video)

Les Moonves Calls Stephen Colbert ‘Only Logical Succcesor’ for David Letterman (Video)
According to CBS CEO Les Moonves, there was no shortage of comedians hoping to replace David Letterman as the “Late Show” host, but Stephen Colbert was “the only logical successor.” “Every name in town came up, we got a lot of calls from agents and managers, but the one that stood out amongst all of them was Stephen Colbert,” Moonves said in an interview (above) during “CBS This Morning” on Friday. ”It appeared to us that he was the only logical successor to David. And when I called Dave to ask for his blessing he said exactly the same thing.
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Les Moonves Says Colbert Was His and Letterman's Top Choice (Video)

Les Moonves Says Colbert Was His and Letterman's Top Choice (Video)
CBS CEO Les Moonves says Stephen Colbert was his top choice to replace David Letterman -- and the outgoing host agreed. "It appeared to us that he was the only logical successor to David," the executive said in a taped interview that aired on Friday's CBS This Morning. "And when I called Dave to ask for his blessing he said exactly the same thing. He said I can't think of anybody even a close second." Photos: Stephen Colbert's Career in Pictures CBS' Colbert announcement came less than a week after Letterman revealed he's retiring in 2015, but Moonves said

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June Squibb: Poster Girl for Oscar Campaigns

June Squibb: Poster Girl for Oscar Campaigns
June is bustin’ out all over. The irresistible June Squibb has become a YouTube success thanks to a brief and funny film made for “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” in which she deadpans about her chances of winning an Academy Award.

It’s no coincidence that the clip appeared this week. Campaigning is in overdrive building up to the Feb. 25 close of Oscar voting. The average moviegoer may wonder why in February they watched David O. Russell on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” talking about “American Hustle” two months after the film opened. Or why Leonardo DiCaprio was on “CBS This Morning,” while the show featured ads for “Gravity,” which opened in October, or why the L.A. Times entertainment section on Feb. 21 featured a front-page interview with Steve McQueen.

The enthusiastic campaigning is not surprising, because few nominees are considered shoo-ins. And this 11th-hour push makes sense, strategically; it’s
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Matt Lauer as Pamela Anderson?! The best costumes from 'Today' & 'Gma'

Matt Lauer as Pamela Anderson?! The best costumes from 'Today' & 'Gma'
Is anything quite as heartwarming as the forced merriment of a morning show Halloween?

Take Today, for example, which really went all out with a set of costumes themed around classic TV shows. (Did most of those originally air on NBC? You bet your wax lips they did!) Al Roker was B.A. Baracus from The A-Team; Natalie Morales and Savannah Guthrie were Laverne and Shirley; Carson Daly was Officer Baker from CHiPs, alongside Erik Estrada as “Erik Estrada’s younger self;” Hoda Kotb, and Kathie Lee Gifford went as Flintstones ladies Wilma and Betty. (Hoda: “Hey Wilma, you know what?
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Two New ‘Man Of Steel’ Clips Unearthed

Again coming from the current crop of publicity appearances on yet more Us talk shows, another two clips from Warner Bros. and director Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot, Man Of Steel, have been featured.

We’ve a first one with Russell Crowe’s Jor-El and Michael Shannon’s malevolent General Zod in a heated exchange. Kal-El’s birth father demands peace for his planet, while his military chieftain believes the imminent breakout of war means the Krytonian population is now past that. Secondly, both birth parents converse over their doomed planet and the choice they must make if their super son is to survive!

Man Of Steel stars Henry Cavill, Michael Shannon, Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Amy Adams, Ayelet Zurer, Antje Traue, Christopher Meloni, Harry Lennix, Laurence Fishburne and Richard Schiff. It hits cinemas from Friday.

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Major Garrett Named CBS News Chief White House Correspondent

The former CNN and Fox News White House correspondent will join CBS News full time effective Sunday after contributing over the course of the Presidential campaign as part of a partnership between the news division and National Journal, where Garrett has worked. Garrett and CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Scott Pelley co-hosted the network’s November 2011 South Carolina Republican Primary debate that was co-sponsored by CBS News and National Journal. He also appears regularly on the revamped CBS This Morning and joined CBS News’ special coverage of the fall debates in Denver, Hempstead, and Boca Raton. As Chief White House Correspondent, Garrett will report for all CBS News broadcasts and platforms. He will also occasionally substitute as anchor of Face The Nation. Garrett succeeds Norah O’Donnell who segued to a co-host gig on CBS Morning Show in September. Even as he joins CBS News Garrett will contribute
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New York Entertainment Industry Slowly Resumes Work After Sandy

New York Entertainment Industry Slowly Resumes Work After Sandy
New York — For the second night in a row, superstorm Sandy and its aftermath forced David Letterman to live out that performer's nightmare: Telling jokes to a vacant theater, or as he called it, "a big ol' empty barn."

Letterman hosting the "Late Show" to an unpeopled Ed Sullivan Theater on Tuesday, as he did on Monday, was the oddest sight of the considerable and continuing cultural fallout of the hurricane that left New York institutions like Broadway, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center no more open for business than the city's damaged subway system.

But the New York entertainment industry was fighting to go on with the show, and none more than several of the city's late-night shows. Though "The Colbert Report" and "The Daily Show" canceled tapings for the second day, the "Late Show," Jimmy Fallon's "Late Night" and a traveling out-of-towner, ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," went ahead with shows Tuesday.
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Sandy Disrupts New York Entertainment

Sandy Disrupts New York Entertainment
New York — Broadway, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center all remained dark Tuesday as Superstorm Sandy left the New York entertainment industry fighting to go on with the show – even if it meant performing for empty studios.

That was how David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon taped their late shows Monday night, leading to some remarkably quiet monologues. On Tuesday, as the city took account of the damage wrought by the storm, some late-night shows were moving back into full production, while the aftermath of Sandy continued to cause the cancellations of film premieres, film and TV production and even that most unshakable performer: Bruce Springsteen.

The Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band concert scheduled for Tuesday night at the Rochester Blue Cross Arena in upstate New York was postponed until Wednesday because of the hurricane. Officials at the arena said the concert was rescheduled due to flight cancellations for Springsteen's
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Sandy Disrupts New York Entertainment

Sandy Disrupts New York Entertainment
New York — Broadway, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center all remained dark Tuesday as Superstorm Sandy left the New York entertainment industry fighting to go on with the show – even if it meant performing for empty studios.

That was how David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon taped their late shows Monday night, leading to some remarkably quiet monologues. On Tuesday, as the city took account of the damage wrought by the storm, some late-night shows were moving back into full production, while the aftermath of Sandy continued to cause the cancellations of film premieres, film and TV production and even that most unshakable performer: Bruce Springsteen.

The Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band concert scheduled for Tuesday night at the Rochester Blue Cross Arena in upstate New York was postponed until Wednesday because of the hurricane. Officials at the arena said the concert was rescheduled due to flight cancellations for Springsteen's
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