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Joe Walsh on His All-Star VetsAid Concert: It’s ‘What America Is Supposed to Be About’

Joe Walsh on His All-Star VetsAid Concert: It’s ‘What America Is Supposed to Be About’
Last month, Joe Walsh wrapped up the Eagles’ sold-out residency in Las Vegas, where the band performed Hotel California in its entirety — followed by a 23-song bonus set of greatest hits — with help from a 46-piece orchestra and 22-member chorus. Preparing for those shows was a mammoth undertaking, but it still pales in comparison to Walsh’s next project: overseeing the third annual VetsAid charity show, which brings a lineup of guitar heroes and roots-rockers to Houston’s Toyota Center on November 10th.

“I’ve played other people’s charities,
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Stars Honored at Save the Children’s Centennial Celebration: Once In A Lifetime

Save the Children, the international humanitarian organization, held its “Centennial Celebration: Once in a Lifetime” on Wednesday evening, paying tribute to the organization’s 100th anniversary and mission to do whatever it takes for the most vulnerable children in the U.S. and around the world.

James Taylor performs at Save the Children's Centennial Celebration

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The West Coast event, held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, was hosted by Save the Children trustee and actor Jennifer Garner and honored The Walt Disney Company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert A. Iger with the Centennial Award, which was presented by Oprah Winfrey. James Taylor performed hit songs “You’ve Got a Friend” and “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)”, and ‘Shower the People" accompanied by the Amani Children’s Choir from Uganda and the Mid Cities Youth Choir.

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Steven Van Zandt To Be Honored at Rock And Roll Forever Foundation Gala

Steven Van Zandt, a multi-platinum artist, producer, songwriter, actor, entrepreneur, and founder of the Rock and Roll Forever Foundation, will be honored for his longstanding commitment to supporting arts education, teachers, and students everywhere at the First Annual Rock and Roll Forever Foundation Gala on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019, at Hard Rock Cafe in New York City.

Steven Van Zandt is a multi-platinum artist, producer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. A founding member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, he is also an original cast member of HBO’s The Sopranos and starred in the original Netflix series Lilyhammer. Since 2002, Van Zandt has hosted “Little Steven’s Underground Garage,” an internationally syndicated radio show. In addition to his musical career, Van Zandt spent the 1980’s immersed in international politics as a fierce advocate of human rights. He has been twice honored by the United Nations for his human rights achievements and received the
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6 Great Stories Of Celebrities Gambling In Casinos

As you should know, celebrities love gambling. Of course, you should realize that some celebrities love it more than others. If you take the time to do some research, you’ll find that celebrities have put together some great gambling stories. Within this guide, you’re going to learn about some of the best celebrity gambling stories ever.

Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis is one of the most notable Hollywood actors. He is best known for being an action star. The celebrity is a big fan of gambling. You can guarantee that he is going to show up in casinos across the nation. One of the most notable events was during the Mayweather and McGregor fight. During this fight, Willis showed up wearing a black leather jacket. More importantly, he was rolling dice at the MGM Grand. The celebrity managed to turn heads with his appearance and that is what makes him so cool.
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The Man Behind Mr. Jingles Has Already Played 2 American Horror Story Killers

  • Popsugar
While you processed the simultaneously poppy and freaky '80s vibe of American Horror Story: 1984, you might have scratched your head over why the terrifying Benjamin "Mr. Jingles" Richter, the ear-obsessed creep who killed nine campers, looks familiar. For those who know American Horror Story in and out, it's because the actor behind the murderer, John Carroll Lynch, has played a - let's say twisted - character before: Twisty the Clown from Ahs: Freak Show. Plus, Lynch is a pretty prolific character actor who's been featured on the big and small screens over the years.

First, let's talk shop about his new character. Ahs: 1984 immediately introduces us to Mr. Jingles in the first episode when they flash back to the killer murdering nine people at Camp Redwood in 1970. There is one survivor from his attacks: Margaret Booth (Leslie Grossman), who is the evangelized owner of the camp in the
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TV News Roundup: Jenny Slate’s Netflix Comedy Special Sets October Premiere

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TV News Roundup: Jenny Slate’s Netflix Comedy Special Sets October Premiere
In today’s TV news roundup, Jenny Slate’s first Netflix comedy special “Stage Fright” premieres Oct. 22, and Netflix also releases the first trailer for its upcoming comedy “Living with Yourself,” out Oct. 18.


Jenny Slate‘s first full-length comedy special “Stage Fright” will launch on Netflix Oct. 22. In it, the comedian and actress shares intimate aspects of her life on-stage as she delves into stories about her visit to a midnight Catholic Mass and the ghosts that haunted her childhood home.

First Looks

Netflix has released the first trailer for its forthcoming comedy “Living With Yourself,“ premiering Oct. 18. The eight-episode series stars Paul Rudd as a struggling man named Miles who finds himself transformed into an improved version of himself after undergoing a novel spa treatment. Aisling Bea stars as Rudd’s wife as he deals with the consequences of his actions. Told from multiple perspectives, the show is
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Grey's Anatomy Is Having a Charmed Reunion in Season 16

A Charmed reunion is coming to Grey's Anatomy this fall! Two of the former Halliwell sisters, Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs, will play sisters once more on an episode of Grey's Anatomy airing this October.

Milano and Combs will play two sisters who must decide whether to take their third


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Charmed, Castle and Cheers Stars to Reunite on ABC This Fall — Get Details

Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital will be visited by the Power of Two this fall. As part of ABC’s just-announced “Cast From the Past Week,” former Charmed stars Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs will play sisters on the Oct. 10 episode of Grey’s Anatomy (8/7c), reuniting them with executive producers Krista Vernoff and Andy Reaser. And, honestly, is nostalgia not the most powerful magic of all?

Read on for a full breakdown of stars coming together for ABC’s big event, including a Castle duo and an epic collection of Cheers‘ most beloved regulars:

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ABC’s ‘Cast From the Past Week’ to Reunite Stars of ‘Cheers,’ ‘Charmed,’ ‘The Drew Carey Show’

  • The Wrap
ABC is going all-in on nostalgia this fall, with a “Cast from the Past” week of stunt casting set to reunite the stars of “Charmed,” “Cheers” and more across the network’s programming.

Beginning on Oct. 7, actors and behind-the-scenes talent from “Blues Brothers 2000,” “Castle,” “Charmed,” “Cheers,” “Crazy Rich Asians,” “The Drew Carey Show,” “House,” “Think Like a Man” and “Wet Hot American Summer” will make appearances on the network’s dramas and comedies.

The news builds on the announcement last week that “black-ish” star Tracee Ellis Ross will be joined by her former “Girlfriends” co-stars on an upcoming episode of the family sitcom.

Also Read: Tracee Ellis Ross to Reunite With 'Girlfriends' Cast on 'Black-ish' This Season

Among the week’s biggest stunts is the reunion between “Cheers” stars Kirstie Alley, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger and George Wendt on the Oct. 9 episode of “The Goldbergs.”

Charmed” stars
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Is The Show “Whose Line is it Anyway” Actually Fake?

Drew Carey is the master of improvisation, and he’s and Aisha Tyler presents the funny television series “Whose Line is it Anyway?” If you haven’t yet seen the show, it’s based upon a suggestion made by the studio audience for skits or games that a panel of four actors use to act it out. Those who are familiar with the show know that regulars like Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, and Wayne Brady are regulars. It’s shown on the CW and American Broadcasting company. It began in 1998 and has been entertaining us ever since. Some viewers love it, but some

Is The Show “Whose Line is it Anyway” Actually Fake?
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Five Life Lessons The Price is Right Teaches Us

The Price is Right is one of daytime television’s longest running game shows. While many game shows have been replaced by talk shows, The Price is Right has given away hundreds of millions of dollars in cash and prizes and continues to draw viewers in spite of milquetoast host Drew Carey. But despite the repetitive nature of the show – where people are selected, bid on prizes, then either win or lose – it continues to draw people. This is evidenced by having won an Emmy as best daytime game show. There are a number of life lessons hidden in

Five Life Lessons The Price is Right Teaches Us
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CBS Sets Season-Premiere Dates For ‘The Talk’, Soaps & Game Shows

  • Deadline
CBS has set the premiere dates for new seasons of its daytime program lineup of soap operas and talk and game shows.

Marie Osmond is joining Eve, Carrie Ann Inaba, Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood on the panel of The Talk for its 10th season, which is set to bow at 2 p.m. Monday, September 9.

The Young and the Restless, which has been TV’s No. 1 daytime drama since the George H.W. Bush administration, kicks off its 47th season on Tuesday, September 3. It will see Victor Newman’s (Eric Braeden) rivalry with his son Adam (Mark Grossman) take a shocking turn, while Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) battles his dark side.

Meanwhile, The Bold and the Beautiful — which this month topped the soap opera demo for the first time in its long history — launches Season 33 on Monday, September 16. After an argument with Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) over Thomas’ (Matthew Atkinson) misdeeds,
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10 Weird Facts You Didn't Know About The Drew Carey Show

Unlike Full House, Family Matters, and Friends, The Drew Carey Show is a '90s sitcom that doesn't get the same sort of nostalgic love as the rest. Yet somehow, the series about a working class guy from Cleveland and his friends ran for nine seasons. In an era where comedians all seemed to be getting their own series, Drew Carey played a fictionalized version of himself, who worked at Winfred-Louder department store on the cusp of the Amazon-age of inventory digitization, working for his hellish British boss, and being scorned by his heavily made-up office nemesis Mimi.

His lifelong friends helped him through the mundanity of his existence with games of pool, naval gazing philosphy, and lots and lots of beer. It was a "nice show" with a lot of dark humor, occasionally veering off into the surreal, and proved an entertaining option amidst all the family-friendly fare.
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Evelyn Warfel Named First Ever Woman Showrunner on ‘The Price Is Right’

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Evelyn Warfel Named First Ever Woman Showrunner on ‘The Price Is Right’
New showrunners for both “The Price Is Right” and “Let’s Make a Deal” were appointed by Fremantle on Monday.

Evelyn Warfel has been promoted to executive producer and showrunner on “The Price Is Right,” the first woman to hold the position in the show’s 63-year history. She has been with Fremantle for a decade, most recently as co-ep on the Drew Carey-hosted game show.

On “Let’s Make a Deal,” John Quinn, executive producer of the “Match Game” and “Press Your Luck” revivals at ABC, has been tapped to serve as the new Ep and showrunner.

Also Read: 'Game of Thrones' Star Natalie Dormer Signs First-Look Deal With Fremantle

“We are fortunate to have such creative and dedicated talent at the company,” Fremantle CEO Jennifer Mullin said in a statement. “When looking to fill these roles, we didn’t need to go far. Evelyn and
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‘WWE Nxt’ Review (July 10th 2019)

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Welcome to this week’s Nxt review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have…Wayne Brady! I’m just kidding. I can’t afford people you’ve heard of. We’ve got a Tag Title main event that might just knock your teeth out of your head, so why don’cha y’all come on down to play The Price Is Right! Wait…I can’t afford a famous TV show either. Don’t tell Drew Carey. $#!@. I said more famous people. Okay, let’s just jump right into the action, here on Nxt. Wait, this is Nerdly. The “Ns” probably confused me.

Match #1: Damian Priest def. Blanco Loco The following is courtesy of wwe.com:

The Archer of Infamy, Damian Priest, continues to hit the bull’s-eye. In his second match on Nxt TV, the imposing newcomer demolished Blanco Loco. Staying on the throttle the whole time,
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Flashback: John Mayer Plays With Bob Weir for First Time, Giving Rise to Dead & Co.

Flashback: John Mayer Plays With Bob Weir for First Time, Giving Rise to Dead & Co.
The Grateful Dead ceased to exist the minute Jerry Garcia died on August 9th, 1995, but they still had an enormous audience and the remaining members spent the next two decades trying to find ways to keep the music alive on the road. They called themselves everything from the Other Ones to the Dead to Furthur as members of the original band came and went, but the one constant challenge was finding a frontman. Jimmy Herring, Warren Haynes, John Kadlecik, and Trey Anastasio all gave it a shot, but they were all temporary fill-ins.
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10 Celebrities You Never Knew Were Hosting New Game Shows

Game shows are experiencing a crazy renaissance. Not only are tons of game shows launching with innovative new concepts, but many of the old classics our parents and grandparents used to watch are making their way back to the small screen, too. And in many cases, it’s well-known actors who are heading up the shows, serving as comical, entertaining, and enthusiastic hosts.

Should celebrities really be game show hosts? Of course many have successfully made that transition, like Drew Carey who took over for Bob Barker on The Price is Right, Steve Harvey, who has reinvigorated Family Feud, Howie Mandel, who put Deal Or No Deal on the map, and Wayne Brady who has introduced Let’s Make a Deal to a whole new generation.

Related: The Price Is Right: The Net Worth of TV’s Most Popular Game Show Hosts

But these aren’t the only celebrities you
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The T.J. Martell Foundation Announces 44th Annual New York Honors Gala

The Tj Martell Foundation for Cancer Research, has announced the 44th Annual New York Honors Gala to be held on October 15th at Cipriani in New York.

The announcement was made by Co-chairs Julie Greenwald and Craig Kallman of Atlantic Records, Charlie Feldman of Bmi, and Chairman of the T.J. Martell Foundation’s National Board of Trustees Joel Katz of Greenberg Traurig. New York’s prominent community and business leaders will join entertainment and philanthropic stars to honor Michael Kushner, Executive Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs and General Counsel, Atlantic Records; Mike O’Neill, President and CEO, Bmi, and Sarah Trahern, CEO, Country Music Association in a star-studded gala.

The evening includes celebrity guests invited by the honorees to perform and present awards. Past hosts, presenters, performers, and notable guests have included Bryan Adams, Indie Arie, Mary J. Blige, Garth Brooks, former President William J. Clinton, former President George H.
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Showtime’s Desus & Mero to Host This Year’s TV Critics Association Awards

  • Variety
Showtime’s Desus & Mero to Host This Year’s TV Critics Association Awards
Desus & Mero are on deckington to host this year’s Television Critics Association Awards. The duo, who launched their new Showtime talk show in February (and expanded it to twice a week earlier this month) will take the stage at the Beverly Hilton Hotel ballroom as the 35th annual TCA Awards takes place on Saturday, Aug. 3.

Real names Daniel Baker (“Desus Nice”) and Joel Martinez (“The Kid Mero”), the “Desus & Mero” hosts will open the TCA Awards before turning it over to TCA members, who will present this year’s honors for best performances and series. TCA members, consisting of journalists and critics from across the United States and Canada, vote for the TCA Awards winners; nominations will be revealed in mid-June.

The TCA Awards are not televised, allowing for a relaxed, informal atmosphere that allows the show’s hosts to play to the audience with plenty of inside-tv business jokes.
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Showtime Comedy Duo Desus and Mero to Host 2019 TCA Awards

Showtime Comedy Duo Desus and Mero to Host 2019 TCA Awards
Showtime comedy duo Desus and Mero will host the 35th annual TCA Awards in August, the Television Critics Association announced on Wednesday.

The 2019 TCA Awards will celebrate the best performances and TV series from the 2018-19 season, as voted on by the Television Critics Associated membership. The event will take place on Saturday, Aug. 3 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.

Nominees will be announced mid-June.

Also Read: 13 TCA Takeaways: 'Game of Thrones' Updates, Farewell 'Modern Family' and David Spade's New 'Hollywood Minute'

Desus & Mero have spent the past decade establishing themselves as fresh, unpredictable forces, as vital in the bodega as in the Beverly Hilton ballroom,” said TCA President Daniel Fienberg. “We are honored to have them on hand, as we commemorate a landmark television season and 35 years of the TCA Awards. I can’t wait to hear how they kick off the show.
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