Mister Jimmy Fallon and John Krasinski thought it best to interpret their gay secret via song to the public. Even the band gets choked up as they’ve known all along the pain it has caused both of them to keep their everlasting love underwraps. And now….the world knows.
It’s all the rage don’t cha know.
I was told long ago never to deface a book, but I had to put an “X” beside this passage from Jonathan Ames‘s sometimes-winsome, frequently bittersweet, and thoroughly enjoyable 2004 novel, Wake Up, Sir!–courtesy of Ames’s protagonist, Alan Blair:
Mel B and Klum join “other judges” as the popular NBC reality competition series winds up auditions in Chicago.
That’s the press release I received.
You know your worth and popularity when you’re dubbed as one of “the others.” It’s not unlike the original Gilligan’s Island theme song where the Professor and Mary Ann were decidedly considered “second-
It’s coming down to the wire on The Voice, and Josiah Hawley is proving to be a skilled tightrope walker.
Forget the perfect hair, the mega-watt smile and corn-fed good looks. Wait, what the bleep am I thinking? Don’t forget any of that. Just know there’s much more. Much, much more. I know because I met the guy 100 years ago in 2011. The scene is South Beach, Miami. I’m in town for this or that and bring my camera along in case Next needed test shots done of their elite models. Two women show up. Where’s my guy? Turns out Joe Shmoe is replaced by a model named Josiah Hawley. But we’ll get to History later.
Jodi Arias, 32, admitted to shooting ex-lover Travis Alexander, 30, to death.
After the nearly five-month trial, 12 members of the jury began deliberations Monday, May 6 in the Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix.
On the debut episode of IFC’s half-hour comedy Maron, Dave Foley tells fellow comic Marc Maron, “You’re just not for everybody, all right? You’ve just got to accept that.”
Maron and Foley play fictionalized versions of themselves in the show. Maron’s “Marc” is a smart sourpuss of a comedian with a crummy life who has taken to podcasting, which he does out of the same garage where he once thought of committing suicide.
Maybe Foley’s “Dave” is correct: Maron is perhaps an acquired taste, but one that few people eventually acquire. Maron and Co. only barely whetted my appetite for more Maron with the debut installment.