It looks like there will be a changing of the guard once again at Today on NBC. After having only been a co-anchor on mornings leading news program for a year, the New York Times is reporting that Ann Curry is going to be replaced following a streak of sub par ratings.
There’s a new reigning Miss USA. Olivia Culpo, representing Rhode Island, was crowned Miss USA 2012 on Sunday, and it seems as though her stance on whether transgender contestants should be able to compete might have pushed her over the top.
If you’re all into the dramatic moments, you can watch Culpo’s crowning moment in the video below. Otherwise, just below we have Miss USA’s response to whether nor she believes a transgendered woman should be allowed to win the Miss USA pageant.
When he ‘hired’ his latest “Celebrity Apprentice”, Donald Trump made history. Going into Sunday night’s finale, we all knew that Trump would either hire the first openly gay “Celebrity Apprentice” or the first African-American to win the competition.
Jermaine Paul is the winner of the competition, but it was Justin Bieber who stole the show on “The Voice” finale Tuesday night.
Paul, representing Team Blake Sheldon, edged out Juliet Simms (Team Cee Lo) who placed second as well as Tony Lucca (Team Adam Levine) and Chris Mann (Team Christina) who finished third and fourth respectively.
Lady Antebellum and Justin Bieber also stopped in to perform, and it was Bieber’s performance of “Boyfriend” that left everyone talking. The teen heartthrob is clearly willing to go a bit more risque now that he’s 18-years-old. Justin clearly added a bit more sex appeal than we’re accustomed to seeing from his numbers.
Jermaine, a former back-up singer for Alicia Keys, gave Blake Sheldon his first win as a judge/ coach on “The Voice.”
In the reoccurring segment, Fallon and “the Roots” deliver the news musically with NBC news anchor Brian Williams.