The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962–1992)
The Younger star’s new tattoo was created by celebrity tattoo artist Dr. Woo, who shared the photo on his Instagram on Thursday.
The design, a tribute to film and TV actress Bette Davis, was in a simple, elegant script which read “Take Fountain.”
Davis famously uttered the line when Johnny Carson asked her for the best way an actress starting out could get into Hollywood, and, not missing a beat, she replied, “Take Fountain!”
The advice is useful to those stuck in Los Angeles traffic, as Fountain Avenue is in Hollywood,
The star of E!’s hit reality series Wags: Miami, Darnell is a trained dancer, actor and creative writer who worked as a choreographer and playwright after college, appearing in commercials and a few films before moving to N.Y.C. and then Miami.
Today, the 32-year-old is a mom to 4-year-old daughter Carson Cree with ex Reshad Jones. Alongside her starring stint on Wags: Miami, Darnell can next be seen featured alongside Khloé Kardashian in the Fall 2017 Good American campaign.
You can follow Darnell on Instagram and Twitter @darnellnicole.
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The Voice and Today host shared a glimpse of a Thanksgiving meal he was preparing for his family in an Instagram photo Thursday, revealing he was cooking with the help of his late mother’s recipes.
“Deeply missing the smell of mom’s Jimmy Dean sausage as I woke up this am,” Daly, 44, wrote in the caption. “Luckily, she left the family recipes for us. #Happy Thanksgiving #TomTurkey.”
His wife, Siri Daly, also commemorated her mother-in-law, Pattie Daly Caruso, on Instagram with a photo of her recipes and Jimmy Dean sausages.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Zubchevich filed for divorce Tuesday, but he and the Entertainment Tonight host already settled all the details in their separation case in October.
They decided on joint legal custody of their 10-year-old daughter, Ashby Grace, laying out a schedule and agreements for splitting holidays. Neither will pay spousal or child support.
O’Dell and Zubchevich also divvied up their property.
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The newly-crowned season 25 champions stopped to talk with Et's Cameron Mathison after their big win, and the Hamilton star dished on what it was like dancing side-by-side with the pro for the last 10 weeks.
"Being able to put in the time and the work and the energy and be rewarded for that at the end is unbelievable and the Mirrorball is amazing! Obviously. But the thing that I get to take away from it is the friendship, the relationship, the family that we got to create in this," Fisher, 23, marveled. "And I'm just so honored and so grateful to have her in my life."
Arnold was equally effusive with her praise for her multi-talented partner, who helped her take home her first Mirrorball trophy after six seasons
After 10 weeks of mind-blowing dances, emotional stories and shocking eliminations, Dancing With the Stars has crowned a new champion for season 25!
And the winning couple of DWTS is...
Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold!
Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas were the season's runner-ups, while Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson came in third.
Stirling and Ballas kicked off the finale on Tuesday with a recreation of their Guilty Pleasures Night jive, and hit the stage performing a charming number set to Wham!'s "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go." When the pair first danced the number in Week 3, they got the highest scores of the night with a 27 out of 30. This time around the results were even better, and the couple earned a perfect 30.
For their second dance of the night, the pair performend an epic cha-cha/tango fusion set to "Hot2Touch"by Felix Jaehn that earned them another 30 out of 30.
Muniz and Carson -- who came
The two-night Dancing With the Stars finale kicked off on Monday with a slew of amazing redemption dances, freestyle routines and emotional performances.
However, only three couples can compete in the second night of the season 25 finals, which means fans had to say goodbye to one pair who had fought hard to get to this point in the competition.
At the end of the night, Drew Scott and partner Emma Slater found themselves in jeopardy alongside Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson.
Despite a night of good scores -- and getting the title of "most improved dancer" from judge Len Goodman -- it was finally time to bid farewell to the Property Brothers star.
Scott and Slater joined co-hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews after the elimination and shared some parting words of appreciation.
"There's no way I could have done anything I did out here without her," Scott said of his
The first season of Marvel’s The Punisher dropped yesterday and the first episode got things going with a bang. The show instantly established Frank Castle’s life post Daredevil and also laid out the blueprint for the show thematically for the coming season.
While the first episode introduced us to several characters, a lot of those, it would appear were disposable, ‘Two Dead Men’ introduces what we can safely assume to be some of the season’s key characters, and it does so in an efficient, and highly enjoyable fashion.
The biggest focus this episode is on David Lieberman, also known as ‘Micro’. Micro was the character who we saw watching Frank at the end of the last episode and his intentions towards Frank are still not fully clear by the time the credits roll in this one either.
Even professional writers have their limit, and mine arrived the moment Max (Mikey Madison) lifted her blindfold and saw her mother, Sam (Pamela Adlon), sisters Frankie (Hannah Alligood) and Duke (Olivia Edward), and grandmother, Phil (Celia Imrie), dressed all in black, standing on a shiny black stage, about to recreate Christine and the Queens’ “Tilted” music video as a graduation present for the family’s eldest daughter.
How do you expand upon something so perfect?
Up until that point, plenty of beautiful moments had stacked up over the course of Adlon’s Season 2 finale, “Graduation.” There was the cohesion between the premiere and the finale. The first episode of Season 2, “September,” finds Sam dealing with Max’s very adult new boyfriend. She’s put in an impossible position: Flip out, demand they break up, and forbid Max from seeing him, or do what she chooses to do: privately fume, keep her daughter close,
Gethard, 37, is the creator and host of The Chris Gethard Show (Tcgs). "It's a show named after a guy and that guy's not in control," he says on the talkshow's zany, clubhouse-like set. Rolling Stone followed the comedian for a week leading
While Silverman described C.K. as “one of my best friends of over 25 years,” she also didn’t pull her punches in acknowledging that he “masturbated in front of women. He wielded his power with women in fucked-up ways, sometimes to the point where they left comedy entirely.”
Silverman appeared in multiple episodes of “Louie” during its FX run and, as stated above, has a close friendship with him. But in the context of “I Love You, America,” her choice to address the issue was grounded in a statement she made previously in the show’s run: “If it’s mentionable, it’s manageable.
“Search Party” ended its first season in a completely unexpected spot. The group set up to be saviors — or at least the only people who cared about Chantal, a young New Yorker gone missing — turned out to be killers. No, they didn’t off the woman they spent the whole season looking for, but Dory (Alia Shawkat), Drew (John Reynolds), Elliott (John Early), and Portia (Meredith Hagner) nevertheless found themselves on the run after murdering someone else during the investigation.
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Keith’s (Ron Livingston) death in the Season 1 finale threw a crazy twist at fans and sent their minds scurrying. With Chantal found and a man dead, what would Season 2 look like? What would be the TBS comedy’s new focus? Is there a fresh mystery to be solved, or will
Rather than re-creating faint replications of antics from the time when Carson ruled late night, “There’s…Johnny!” (originally produced for Seeso, before that comedy service shut down) uses actual archival footage from the show, even incorporating memorable moments as significant plot points for the characters just off-camera. Johnny, Ed McMahon, and even a few notable guest stars pop up on
“The Mindy Project” came to an end on Tuesday with its series finale, and every major character finds love or fulfillment in some form. Everything comes full circle with Dr. Mindy Lahiri (creator and star Mindy Kaling) fleeing from a wedding on a bicycle while wearing a sequined dress. But what a difference six seasons and countless boyfriends make. In the pilot, Mindy’s bike escape is sparked by going on a drunken rant at her ex’s wedding. In the finale, she’s peddling away from her good friend’s wedding into the arms of the man she loves.
Over the course of five years and two networks, Kaling refined her romantic comedy style, which ranged from irreverent and goofy to idealistic and contemplative. It hasn’t always been the most consistent, though, and season-to-season has ranged wildly in tone and execution. This was partially due to the network switch,
On Monday's DWTS semifinals episode, Arnold and her celeb partner Jordan Fisher -- who are the odds-on favorites to take home the Mirrorball trophy this season -- performed a mature Argentine tango set to "Brother" by Needtobreathe.
In a pre-taped package, Arnold explained that the inspiration behind the dance was the close bond that they've formed throughout the season.
"He truly has become the older brother to me that I always wish I had," Arnold told the DWTS cameras, before she suffered a painful injury while rehearsing a number with her fellow pros the day before the live semifinals episode.
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"I was practicing the pro number
1972, Burbank, California. 19-year-old Andy Klavin (Ian Nelson) is surprised to have stumbled his way into a job at “The Tonight Show” starring his hero, Johnny Carson. A coming-of-age story, we follow this kid who up till now has never left Nebraska, and is now caught up in the glamorous, fast lane of Hollywood. Sex, drugs, rock & roll – and show business; it’s a long, magical journey ahead.
There’s…Johnny! arrives on Hulu on December 16th.
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