Search This Blog

Recently Played

Loading ...

Radio Station Music Requests

Song artist:
Song title:
Dedicated to:
Your name:
Your E-mail:

Desert Radio AZ LIVE!

Click On Picture To Visit Our Country Store

Click On Picture To Visit Our Country Store
Support Desert Radio AZ

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

TV

Clay Harbor Sounds Off on His Decision to Leave The Bachelorette. What's worse: a broken wrist or a broken heart? Well, if you're Clay Harbor, you're dealing with both. The NFL player made the decision to leave The Bachelorette in Monday night's episode after injuring his wrist during the group football date. Yes, that's right: the professional football player was injured during a football game for a reality TV show. "I got injured playing football on The Bachelorette," he said. "That's pretty funny." We're sure his agent thought it was hilarious, too! While he initially received the group date rose from Becca Kufrin, Clay, 30, later told the Bachelorette he was choosing to leave the show to undergo surgery so he could continue his career in the NFL (he's currently a free agent). On Monday night, Clay took to Twitter to update viewers on his wrist and sound off on his decision to leave Becca, calling it the "hardest" one he's ever had to make. Clay wasn't the only suitor to suffer a pretty serious injury during the episode, as David Ravitz (aka "the Chicken") fell off of the top bunk bed in the middle of the night, landing on his face, and immediately being brought to the hospital. Though Becca spoke on the phone with him while he was in the ICU, viewers have yet to see what his face looks like after the scary fall. The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC. (Eonline)

Molly Shannon Talks Her Onscreen "Volatile Marriage" in 'Divorce': "It Felt Really Real" | Comedy Actress Roundtable. "You try to heal these old parts of your childhood through marriage, and most of the time it doesn't work. It's really hard." "So many people struggle in marriage. It's really hard. You can feel really alone in that, really alone," Molly Shannon told The Hollywood Reporter of her supporting role on HBO's Divorce alongside Sarah Jessica Parker. "My character is a character who has a volatile marriage, a rollercoaster marriage, and I have so many women coming up to me," Shannon told THR. "They really related to it." "Women need to see themselves represented onscreen. I just felt like it was really real. Over 55 percent of marriages don't work. You try to heal these old parts of your childhood through marriage, and most of the time it doesn't work. It's really hard." "I don't come from a traditional home," Shannon told THR. "I was raised by a man, my mom died when I little, so I don't have any ideas of how life should be for women and children and families. I'm the most open person. Traditional marriage is an odd, kind of foreign thing to me that I don't really know that much about even though I'm in one." Shannon has been married to artist Fritz Chestnut since 2004. The actress has two career Emmy nominations for her guest role on Enlightened and her work on Saturday Night Live. The full Emmy Roundtables air every Sunday on SundanceTV beginning June 24 and on THR.com the following Monday. The full Comedy Actress Roundtable starring Drew Barrymore, Tracee Ellis Ross, Shannon, Debra Messing, Alison Brie, Rachel Brosnahan and Frankie Shaw airs Sunday, July 1, on Sundance TV. Tune in to THR.com/roundtables for more roundtables featuring talent from the year's top shows. (Hollywood Reporter)

Tracy Morgan: "I Survived the Accident for a Reason -- To Bring Love". "We're just trying to make the world laugh," Morgan tells The Hollywood Reporter's Comedy Actor Roundtable. "It's just kind," Tracy Morgan said of his TBS series The Last O.G. "We need that in the world, kindness, and that's what I want to promote." Morgan joined The Hollywood Reporter's Comedy Actor Roundtable, where he discussed his recent work, inspired from his near-death experience resulting from a six-vehicle accident in June 2014 that put him in a coma for two weeks. "I survived the accident for a reason, to bring love," Morgan told the Roundatble. "At least 150 times a day I tell strangers, 'I love you.'" "We're just trying to make the world laugh," Morgan said of himself and his fellow comedic actors. "At the end of the day, we're just trying to make the world a better place than it was before we got here." Tracy Morgan has two career Emmy nominations for his supporting role on NBC's 30 Rock and for guest-starring as a host on Saturday Night Live. The full Emmy Roundtables air every Sunday on SundanceTV beginning June 24 and on THR.com the following Monday. The full Comedy Actor Roundtable starring Morgan, Marc Maron, Louie Anderson, Ray Romano, Sean Hayes and Tony Shalhoub airs June 24 on Sundance TV. Tune in to THR.com/roundtables for more roundtables featuring talent from the year's top shows. (Hollywood Reporter)

NBC mulls moving 'Megyn Kelly Today' to a new time slot. NBC is starting to think about reshuffling its morning lineup to limit the damage done by struggling "Megyn Kelly Today." Sources tell Page Six that network execs are considering moving Megyn Kelly's show -- which has been having a hard time attracting viewers since it debuted in September -- an hour later, and bringing Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb's popular hour of the "Today" show forward by an hour to replace it. As Page Six reported in October 2017, Gifford and Kotb's ratings "took a huge hit" after Kelly replaced Tamron Hall and Al Roker's "Today's Take" at 9 a.m. At the time, Kelly was down 32 percent compared to the time slot's viewership in the previous year. This dropped Gifford and Kotb by 26 percent, because the viewers who turned off Kelly's show never returned for Gifford and Kotb's 10 a.m. hour. "It's the smart move," said an insider of moving Kelly. "At the very least that limits the damage already done to Hoda and Kathie Lee -- maybe with a strong lead-in from 'Today' at 9 a.m., they'll even pick up some of the viewers they lost since Megyn went on the air." The 7-to-9 a.m. slot -- anchored by Kotb and Savannah Guthrie -- has been doing brisk business since Kotb took over for Matt Lauer after he was fired in November because of allegations of sexual misconduct. We're told that the time switch would be a bonus for Kotb, because she could do all her on-air work in one block -- between 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. -- rather than having the one-hour gap between her slot with Guthrie and her slot with Gifford. Kelly signed with NBC in January 2017 for a reported $20 million per year. Meanwhile, a network source pointed out that Kelly's numbers are heading upward, and another quipped, "Just another 'timeless' rumor about Megyn Kelly." Reps for NBC declined to comment. (PageSix)

No comments:

Post a Comment