Marquel Martin is the sponsorship salesman who broke hearts when he flashed his pearly whites in the introduction to Andi Dorfman.
Martin has the looks, the charm and the fan base. Here’s to hoping ABC gives a deserving guy a chance.
Martin, 27, is a sponsorship salesman who left his Bachelorette journey relatively unscathed, save for a tiff on Monday night’s episode with Andrew Poole over Poole’s alleged offensive remark about Martin during the first rose ceremony. Continue reading →
Eric Hill, the contestant on the upcoming Bachelorette, has died of injuries sustained in a paragliding accident on Sunday, April 20.
His sister Karen Tracy shared via Facebook on Wednesday, April 23.
“Eric shared his final journey with us this morning as all his immediate family were able to be at his side when he passed away,” she wrote after his death. “Thank you to all of your love and support and prayers and fasting. Continue reading →
Mandy Moore was the first one hired and the first one fired from the new ABC series, Pulling. As a Hollywood courtesy, Pulling producers spun a tale detailing how Moore “pulled out” of the project… This is classic Hollywood backstabbing in action as Moore was the living inspiration for the entire script and eventual production! Now she is unemployed…
“Mandy is a pro, and has been very patient and accommodating with us,” Pulling producers said. “As we moved closer to production, it was clear we needed to go in a different direction for the character, and Mandy agreed to do what was best for the show. She’s an immensely gifted actress and we hope to have the pleasure of working with her again.”
How rank! The show was basically built around Moore!
“Many things change quickly as a pilot moves into production,” Moore said. “And in this case, Lee and Gene moved the character in a different direction, it was clear this wasn’t right for me. Rather than jeopardize the show, I asked to step aside. They and ABC were very accommodating, and wish them all the best in the fall. It’s a terrific show that worked so well in the UK, I hope it gets the audience it deserves here.” source.
You would think that most folks tuning into TMZ would already be skewed towards watching an awards show, but from the looks of this new poll, I guess not.
71 percent of people could “care less” about watching this year’s offering of the Academy Awards program (Tonight On ABC,) says early results from a shocking poll sponsored by gossip website TMZ.
And get this! a whopping 74 percent think Hollywood’s glitzy-ist night is straight-up RIGGED!
Oscars Rigged 74%
Total Votes: 15,556
I don’t know if people are more cynical these days or if they are just finally catching on! What do you think? We really want to know! Comment below! Your comment is truly this author’s best loved award :)
This instantly cracked me up. George Stephanopoulos mistaking Maine NBA coach Bill Russell for you guessed it Morgan Freeman the resemblance is anything but uncanny…
George Stephanopoulos is clearly not a basketball fan … ’cause if he was, he might’ve known the old white-bearded African American man hangin’ out at the Presidential Inauguration was NBA icon Bill Russell … and not Morgan Freeman.
George was providing the play-by-play for ABC this morning … when he started pointing out some of the famous people in the D.C. crowd … and mixed up one legendary black guy for another.
George was quickly corrected by someone on the production — and he apologized for the gaffe. tmz
15 years later, the film “Titanic” has made it’s way back into theaters, and this time it’s in 3-D.
Titanic 3-D has been cut just the same as the original version, but this second time around, everything will be close and in your face, and so will Kate Winslet’s breasts. If you’re more of a Leonardo DiCaprio fan, you can bet on seeing his pretty face closer than you’ve ever imagined now.
In a recent interview with Winslet, shown in the video below, Winslet talks about why fans liked the movie so much, guessing that it’s because ‘fans probably liked the on-screen romance between her and DiCaprio’. Continue reading →