Jimmy Fallon is at it again with his alter ego Sara (no “h”)’s sketch The Tonight Show. Monday night Fallon was joined by Will.i.am as both men appeared in drag for the the “Ew” skit.
Will.i.am’s character mir.i.am (wearing orthodontic head gear) handed out fashion advice as Fallon as Sara (no “h”) dished out her typical pre-teen complaints.
You can watch the “Ew” video by Jimmy Fallon feat. will.i.am here:
The organizers of New york City’s St. Patrick’s Day parade has lifted a ban on gay groups from participating in the annual march. This brings an end to a controversial policy. This topic has been highly debated, protested and even been to court.
“America’s Got Talent” is back on NBC, and on Tuesday night’s episode we were introduced to a 20-year-old opera singer from Tennessee named Jonathan Allen. In case you missed it; judges Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Madel all voted to advance to Jonathan to the next round in Las Vegas, however it’s his story that made Madel welcome Allen to a new family.
Watch his performance and hear his brave story here:
I’ve fallen in love with “The New Normal” on NBC, but this episode is a MUST WATCH! In this episode of “The New Normal”, the cast is trying to decide if some of the show’s guests are gay or not gay.
It addresses a lot about stereotypes when judging whether or not you think someone might be. Even if you don’t like “The New Normal”, then you gotta check out this episode.
You can watch the entire episode of “The New Normal” titled “Gay or Not Gay” here:
On Thursday morning, I sat and watched Ann Curry say a tearful good-bye to her viewers on Today. Clearly, the news veteran was teary eyed. Just a little over a year ago, she started her dream job as the co-host of Today. Now, she’s been forced out.
Curry’s tenure at Today spans my entire journalistic career including my time studying broadcasting in college. As such, she is truly someone I admire and aspire to be like. Her poise under pressure and her story telling ability is unparalleled.
The way Ann was treated is embarrassing, but she isn’t the one who should be embarrassed or the one taking accountability for failure. NBC should be ashamed of themselves for acting too fast making themselves look like amateurs.