‘Monday Night Football’: How to Watch the Seahawks vs. Bears Game Online for Free Tonight

Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season features the Seattle Seahawks vs. the Chicago Bears on “Monday Night Football.”

Like all “Monday Night Football” matchups, the Seahawks-Bears game is being broadcast on TV by ESPN. But it is possible to watch tonight even if you don’t have cable TV. The 2018 season brought with it new options for live streaming NFL games for free on smartphones. Streaming TV services such as Hulu Live and Sling TV have packages that include ESPN as well.

Here are all the game details and all the options to watch “Monday Night Football” for free.

What Time Does “Monday Night Football” Start?

Kickoff for the “Monday Night Football” Seahawks-Bears game is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET, on ESPN. The Chicago Bears and the Seattle Seahawks both lost their first games of the season, and both will be looking to snag their first victories of 2018.

The game is being played at Soldier Field in Chicago, and the Bears are 3.5-point favorites to win. Among the other Seahawks-Bears betting odds, the over-under is set at about 43 points by most sports books.

How to Live Stream the Seahawks-Bears Game for Free

The 2018 season marks the first time that football fans can live stream NFL games for free on their phones, without any special subscription package, via the Yahoo Sports app or the NFL App

You can’t live stream every NFL game, however. Once you have the newest version of one of the apps downloaded, you can watch NFL games aired by on your local broadcast networks, as well as nationally broadcast games, including NBC’s “Sunday Night Football,” ESPN’s “Monday Night Football,” and Fox and the NFL Network’s “Thursday Night Football.” These app live streams are available to watch on smartphones, and cannot be viewed on TV.

As we’ve reported before, some fans have complained that the new apps’ live streaming capabilities have been glitchy thus far in the season. Also, because you’re generally restricted to watching on a tiny smartphone screen, watching the game online via the Yahoo Sports or NFL App is hardly the optimal viewing experience.

If you don’t have cable and find it too frustrated to stream “Monday Night Football” on a phone, consider subscribing to a streaming TV service (explained below).

How to Watch “Monday Night Football” Online on TV — for Free

The streaming TV services Hulu Live, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, and YouTube TV all have packages that include ESPN. They also all offer free trial periods of five to seven days for new subscribers. So it’s possible to use them to watch “Monday Night Football” tonight for free on any device of your choosing — including a connected TV.

Just be sure to cancel the service before the free trial period expires, assuming you do not want to become a paid subscriber. If you don’t cancel in time, you’ll be charged the full monthly rate — which starts at around $ 25 to $ 45 depending on the provider and package you choose.

Note that not all streaming TV services come with ESPN. For example, the sports-focused streaming service Fubo TV comes with access to many NFL broadcasts including local Sunday games on Fox and CBS, as well as “Sunday Night Football” and “Thursday Night Football,” but its packages do not come with ESPN. In other words, you can’t use Fubo TV to watch “Monday Night Football.”

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BWW Social: Go Behind The Scenes Of Zach Adkins at 54 Below Tonight on BWW’s Instagram

BroadwayWorld is taking you behind the scenes of Zach Adkins’ 54 below show tonight Tune in to our Instagram beginning around 900 PM EST for backstage photos, video, and beginning around 930 PM EST – video highlights from the concert
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Musical Sensation BE MORE CHILL Opens Off-Broadway Tonight!

Be More Chill, the original musical with music and lyrics by Joe Iconis NBC’s ‘Smash’, The Black Suits, Broadway Bounty Hunter and a book by Joe Tracz The Lightning Thief, Netflix’s ‘Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events’ will have its New York premiere production this summer. Stephen Brackett directs and Chase Brock choreographs the limited 9-week, off-Broadway engagement July 26 – September 23 at The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street, NYC.
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Lisa Brescia Begins Performances as Heidi Hansen in DEAR EVAN HANSEN Tonight!

Broadway veteran Lisa Brescia will join the company of the Tony Award-winning musical as ‘Heidi Hansen,’ marking her return to Broadway after more than a decade. Brescia begins performances today, August 7, 2018 succeeding Rachel Bay Jones, who plays her final performance on August 5, 2018.
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Stephen Trask’s THIS AIN’T NO DISCO Opens Tonight at Atlantic Theatre Company

Atlantic Theater Company Neil Pepe, Artistic Director Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director is proud to announce casting for the world premiere production of This Ain’t No Disco, a new musical from Stephen Trask Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Peter Yanowitz The Wallflowers.
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Love Island will get TWO new Islanders after two contestants get booted off the show tonight

TWO new Love Islanders will enter the villa tonight, the show has revealed.

But they’ll only go in after two current contestants get booted off the show.

One of the boys will be booted off tonight

In tonight’s show, the least popular girl and boy will get chucked off the Island in a shock dumping – leaving two spaces free.

In tonight’s show, viewers will see the villa’s inhabitants get told that two people are leaving.

Samira gets a text, saying: “Islanders, tonight two new boys will enter the villa… but first… two Islanders must leave. Please gather around the fire pit immediately.”

They all gather nervously around the firepit, where Wes gets another text.

The girls will lose a contestant tonight too

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It says: “The public have been voting for their favourite girl and favourite boy. The Islanders with the fewest votes will be dumped from the Island tonight.”

The three girls and three boys with the fewest public votes are announced before the boy and girl with the lowest votes are revealed.

Viewers were told last night that they had to vote for who they wanted to save – choosing their favourite girl, and boy.

But we didn’t know that two sexy new singletons would be going into the villa to shake things up.

The last dumping saw Alex Miller (second from left) get evicted

New Jack and Laura are currently single in the house after Jack and Laura split last night.

Laura begged him to take her back but he refused – leaving her devastated and Jack stressed out.

Their split came after Georgia and he kissed on the lips on their date.

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John Oliver Turns a Microscope on CRISPR Gene Editing on Last Week Tonight

On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver took a look at science, a.k.a. “math disguised as outer space and dinosaurs to try and seem interesting.”

Specifically, he looked at the rise of gene editing thanks to the creation of the technology known as CRISPR, which Oliver swears stands for “Crunchy Rectums in Sassy Pink Raybans.” CRISPR allows for very precise gene editing, where scientists can pinpoint a genetic defect and then “cut it out and paste in a fix at which point presumably Clippy shows up and says, ‘Hi, it looks like you’re trying to play god and alter the basic building blocks of life. Need some help?‘”

Gene-editing technology isn’t just for movies like Rampage, which stars Dwayne Johnson blitzing a 30-foot wolf (thus leading Oliver to suggest the film should have been named Wolf Blitzer). Instead, according to Oliver, gene editing is either “going to cure all disease or kill every last one of us” and for him, it’s currently unclear which way it will go. Accurate gene-editing is wildly difficult, but when it works it seems like a miracle, although as Oliver points out it’s actually “more convenient” than a miracle, because you “don’t need to spend the next 2,000 years worshiping the scientists, you can just be like ‘thanks’.”

The technology is still quite new, though. As Oliver notes, that is leading to a mismatch between expectation and the realities of current scientific capabilities, which are less about bringing woolly mammoths back to life and more about creating “beefcake beagles.”

For Oliver, though, while the possibilities of ending disease are exciting, we must balance the potential rewards with the risk of disaster, whether genetically engineering mice so they can’t get Lyme disease or trying to “fix” a genetic problem that may not need to be fixed. (“Eugenics is a word that rightly terrifies people,” says Oliver). As the technology continues to improve, he thinks we need to balance “best case scenarios like ending malaria” with catastrophic “prophecies of 30-foot wolves.”


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President Trump Tells Tonight Show Host Jimmy Fallon to ‘Be a Man’ Over Hair-Mussing Episode

(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump is telling Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon to “be a man” and stop “whimpering” about the personal anguish he felt over the backlash he received after messing up Trump’s hair during a 2016 campaign appearance on Fallon’s late-night talk show.

Fallon recently told The Hollywood Reporter that he “made a mistake” on the Sept. 15, 2016, episode and would do it differently.

The comments didn’t appear to sit well with Trump.

The president tweeted Sunday: “.@jimmyfallon is now whimpering to all that he did the famous “hair show” with me (where he seriously messed up my hair), & that he would have now done it differently because it is said to have “humanized” me-he is taking heat. He called & said “monster ratings.” Be a man Jimmy!”

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Alex Boniello Begins Performances in DEAR EVAN HANSEN Tonight!

Mike Faist’s final performance in Dear Evan Hansen will be Sunday, May 13. Alex Boniello will join the company as Connor Murphy beginning Today, May 15. Additionally, Will Roland will play his final performance as Jared Kleinman on Sunday, June 10. It has yet to be announced who will take over as Jared.
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The Magic Begins! HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Officially Opens on Broadway Tonight

A play in two parts, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child officially opens on Broadway tonight, April 22 at the Lyric Theatre 214 West 43rd Street, New York, NY. Be sure to check back tonight, as BroadwayWorld will be bringing you a roundup of all of the reviews as they come in
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We Could See An Incredible Olympic Ice Dancing Achievement Tonight

Marie-France Dubreuil and her husband, Patrice Lauzon, along with their partner Romain Haguenauer, could be in the enviable position of seeing their ice dance students sweep the medals podium at Gangneung Ice Arena in the ice dance long program on Monday night.

Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir lead the 2018 Winter Olympics after the short program, with 83.67 points, followed by Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France, with 81.93 despite a wardrobe malfunction in which Papadakis’ costume came undone at the neck, and the U.S.’s Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue. “It’s a good thing it didn’t happen in the free dance, where they have upside down lifts,” says Dubreuil of the mishap. “In the short dance, everything is pretty vertical.”

All three are coached by Dubreuil and her team in Montreal, but she says “I have never felt any jealousy or frustrations or one team feeling like we gave more to another team.” The three coaches rotate working with each team during training, to maximize each coach’s strengths.

Read more: Maia and Alex Shibutani Are Everyone’s Favorite Skating Siblings. Here’s How They Got to the Olympics

For the long programs for the French and Canadian teams, Dubreuil says she tried to capitalize on what makes each team unique. Papadakis and Cizeron skate to Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, while Virtue and Moir skate to Moulin Rouge.

“Gabriella and Guillaume’s skating is really silent yet powerful,” she says. “They can really fill the ice. With their bodies they are so flexible, and supple and light with their arms. They can be still to echo the music really well. So we thought Moonlight Sonata would be perfect because of the strong notes that really echo. To me it’s the perfect fit for their type of skating and their type of body and their ability to interpret music even if there are no words.”

The program is already reaching iconic status in the figure skating community, drawing parallels to Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean’s 1984 gold-medal Olympic skate to Bolero. That performance set the record for the highest free dance scores ever recorded.

Read more: How to Watch Ice Dancing Like a Pro, According to These Olympic Champions

With Virtue and Moir, Dubreuil was more focused on the love story they could tell. While they aren’t dating, their ongoing skating relationship has created a unique bond between the two that fans can’t get enough of. Known for their precision and sharpness on the ice, Dubreuil says she made changes to the program just before Virtue and Moir competed at Canadian nationals in January. “In the beginning of the season I felt she was dying too soon, and there was not enough love story going on,” she says. “So I changed the edit of the music to have a longer love story before she dies.”

Dubreuil says the adjustments don’t stop even coming into the Olympics. “I like to keep [Virute and Moir] on their toes and working so they are interested,” she says. “I kept tweaking a couple of things before the Games.”

While Papadakis and Cizeron hold records for the highest free dance and overall score, the Canadians own the record for the highest short dance score; clearly Dubreuil and her team are doing something right. But even that’s not enough, she says. “It sounds terrible but when I watch [Papadakis and Cizeron] I always see where I can take it a little further. I think when I am older and my time is done I will appreciate what everybody is talking about,” she says. “For all my teams I am still in the process of making them better every day, with little things every day. Only then will I be happy with the end of the season.”

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What time is Girlfriends on ITV tonight, who is in the cast with Miranda Richardson and Zoe Wanamaker and what is the plot?

GIRLFRIENDS is a the latest series written and directed by BAFTA winner Kay Mellor.

So what is the drama about, who is starring in it and when can you watch it? Here is all the info.

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Miranda Richardson is part of an all-star cast in Girlfriends

When is Girlfriends on ITV?

Shooting began on the six-part drama at the beginning of July 2017 and it premiered in the first week of the new year.

The final episode of the series airs on Wednesday, February 7 at 9pm on ITV.

It’s up against Silent Witness on BBC One, The New Builds Are Coming: Battle in the Countryside on BBC Two and My Millionaire Migrant Boss on Channel 4.

If you miss it, you will be able to catch up shortly after on the channel’s streaming service, ITV Player.

What is Girlfriends about?

Girlfriends is a contemporary story of Linda, Sue and Gail as they struggle with the responsibilities that come with being a modern woman of a certain age.

Each of the ladies has their own set of problems to deal with and the sudden death of Linda’s husband brings the friends together again.

From divorce, job loss, ageing mothers and their responsibilities as grandparents, the Girlfriends’ friendships will be tested in a dramatic fashion.

Written and directed by Kay Mellor (The Syndicate, In The Club), Polly Hill, Head of Drama for ITV says; “Kay celebrates women of a certain age and female friendship through this wonderful and compelling story.”

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Who is in the cast of Girlfriends?

The series stars Miranda Richardson, Zoe Wanamaker and Phyllis Logan in the three lead roles.

They will be supported by several other well-known faces such as Chris Fountain, Anthony Head, Wendy Craig and many more.

Miranda Richardson says; “A whole summer spent working on a women-driven script, written and directed by a woman who has proved herself many times over as a force of nature in TV drama alongside some of our most gifted female actors – what’s not to like?”

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Kay Mellor comments: “Girlfriends is my passion project, it’s a story that I’ve been longing to tell.

“I’m so looking forward to working with such a talented cast.  It’s fantastic that we’ve got such high-calibre actors to play the three very different leading characters.”

Polly Hill adds; “This is a fabulous cast and testament to Kay’s wonderful scripts. I can’t wait to see Zoe, Miranda and Phyllis bring her characters to life.”

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Which Alabama Will Claim Victory Tonight?

By the end of the race, Democrat Doug Jones finally found his message. In one of the closing TV ads of his campaign, Jones promised: “I’ll never embarrass you.”

Read more at The Daily Beast.

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Meet the Full Company of Royal Court’s THE CHILDREN, Opening Tonight on Broadway

Manhattan Theatre Club’s American premiere of The Royal Court Theatre’s production of The Children, the new play by Olivier Award winner Lucy Kirkwood Chimerica, directed by James MacDonald Top Girls at MTC, opens tonight, December 12, at MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre 261 West 47th Street. Scroll down to learn more about the company, plus hear from the stars in the video below
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Meet the Full Company of THE PARISIAN WOMAN, Getting Political on Broadway Tonight

The Parisian Woman, the electrifying new play by ‘House of Cards’ creator Beau Willimon, directed by Tony Award winner Pam MacKinnon Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Clybourne Park, starring Academy Award nominee Uma Thurman in her Broadway debut, opens on Broadway tonight, November 30, at Hudson Theatre 141 West 44th Street. Scroll down to learn more about the company, plus check out interviews with the cast below
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How to Watch Game 7 of the World Series Tonight for Free

It’s been an absolutely epic World Series thus far, so it’s fitting that the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers will play a deciding Game 7 on Wednesday at 8:20 p.m. (E.T.). The Dodgers beat the Astros 3-1 on Tuesday night to tie the series at 3-3, and the Dodgers will host the winner-takes-all game tonight in Los Angeles.

The 2017 World Series is making history in several ways. The two teams have already combined to break the record for most homeruns ever in a World Series, with a total of 24 so far, including seven in Game 5 and an all-time-high eight homeruns in Game 2. If the Astros win tonight, it will be the first-ever World Series championship for the franchise; a Dodgers’ victory will bring the team its first crown in nearly three decades. The 2017 World Series is also clearly a showdown between two Major League Baseball powerhouses, marking the first time since 1931 that both teams won more than 100 games during the regular season, with 101 wins for the Astros and 104 for the Dodgers.

How to Watch Game 7 Live

Fox has broadcasted all 2017 World Series games, and it will air Game 7 tonight across the country. The first pitch is scheduled for 8:20 p.m. (E.T.), 5:20 p.m. (P.T.). Yu Darvish is expected to start on the mound for the Los Angeles Dodgers, while Lance McCullers Jr. should be the starting pitcher for the Houston Astros.

To watch the game on regular TV, simply tune in to your local Fox channel. You don’t necessarily need a cable TV package. Broadcast networks like Fox are available for free in most areas if you have a digital antenna.

How to Live-stream World Series Game 7

If you don’t have a TV, or don’t have access to one on Wednesday, check out one of several streaming TV services that make it possible to live-stream Game 7 online. Luckily, these services all have free trial periods, so you can watch on your preferred device without paying a dime. Depending on your choice of service, you might be able to watch via video game console, as well as Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, XBox, Android, and Chromecast, among other options.

Here are services live-streaming the World Series tonight:

DirecTV Now starts at $ 35 per month for a package that comes with 60+ channels, including local Fox stations airing the World Series in more than 50 U.S. markets. New customers can sign up and watch for free for seven days.

FuboTV is a new sports-centric streaming service that lets you live-stream over 70 channels, including the NFL Network, NBA TV, NBCSN, and several Fox stations—including the main Fox broadcast of the World Series. New subscribers can watch for free for seven days during a trial period. After that, it costs $ 19.99 per month, and then goes up to $ 39.99 after two months.

Hulu Live packages, which start at $ 39.99 after a free seven-day trial period, come with live-streams of Fox and other broadcast channels.

Playstation Vue offers several streaming packages from $ 39.99 per month, and all are available for free during a five-day trial period. Take note that local Fox broadcasts are not available for all subscribers, however: According to CutCableToday.com, which offers a comprehensive guide to watching the World Series without cable, Fox live-streams are available from Playstation Vue only in 34 markets around the country.

Sling TV offers two different basic streaming packages, and the Sling Blue option comes with 40+ channels including Fox in most markets. Sling Blue costs $ 25 per month, and new subscribers can try out the service—and watch the World Series—for free for seven days.

YouTube TV is yet another streaming service that includes Fox in its packages. Prices start at $ 35 per month, but the service is available with a longer-than-usual free trial period—stretching 14 days before you’re charged. So, if you sign up today, you watch Game 7 tonight and check out everything else YouTube TV has to offer over the next two weeks, for free.

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FRIENDS! THE MUSICAL PARODY Opens Tonight Off-Broadway

Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey, Phoebe and Gunther are back Lynn Shore Entertainment, Theater Mogul and McSmith Family Entertainment present FRIENDS The Musical Parody, the unauthorized parody of the hit TV show by the creators of Bayside The Saved by the Bell Musical and 90210 The Musical. The show is running at St. Luke’s Theatre 308 West 46th Street – between 8th amp 9th Avenues for a limited engagement through December 31, 2017. Opening Night is set for tonight, November 2, 2017. BroadwayWorld has a look at the cast in action below
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North Shore Music Theatre’s Starry 42ND STREET Opens Tonight

The glamour, spectacle and fashion of 1930s Broadway comes to Bill Hanney’s award-winning North Shore Music Theatre NSMT as a chorus girl from a small town aspires to find love and success on the Great White Way in the Tony Award-winning 42ND STREET, tapping across the NSMT main stage from tonight, October 31, to November 12, 2017.
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Stars of COME FROM AWAY Set for 2017 StoryCorps Gala Tonight

StoryCorps, the non-profit that collects, shares, and preserves the stories of people of all backgrounds, will celebrate the lives it has documented, and people and partners that have helped the organization to do so, in its annual gala, tonight, October 25, at Capitale in New York City.
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When is A Celebrity Taste Of Italy on tonight and who is in the cast? Meet Rula Lenska, Judith Chalmers, Ian Lavender and Diana Moran

NEW cooking show A Celebrity Taste of Italy continues TONIGHT.

But when is the show on Channel 5, who are the celebrities appearing and what is it all about?

A Celebrity Taste of Italy is airing on Channel 5 tonight

What time is A Celebrity Taste Of Italy on Channel 5?

Celebrity Taste of Italy continues TONIGHT (Friday, October 13) at 9pm on Channel 5.
Each episode lasts an hour and will continue on a weekly basis for one month.
Tonight’s episode is the third in the four-show series and goes up against Have I Got News For You on BBC One, Gardeners’ World on BBC Two, Cold Feet on ITV and Gogglebox on Channel 4.

What happens in the show?

Celebs Ian Lavender, Rula Lenska, Judith Chalmers, Johnny Ball and Diana Moran are packed off to stunning Tuscany to learn how to cook.
They will be staying in a shared villa and help to prepare a classic Italian lunch, featuring chicken liver pate, bread, cheese and vegetables.
The celebs will provide plenty of drama, as Rula flirts with the locals constantly and Johnny Ball confesses his lack of cooking ability.
There will be shopping trips, cooking lessons and exercise classes for the team to get through as they learn about the local culture and cuisine.

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Who are the celebrity guests?

Ian Lavender

English stage, film and television actor Ian Lavender is best known for his role as Private Pike in BBC comedy series Dad’s Army.
He has done his time on soap operas too, having played the role of Derek Harkinson on EastEnders.
After joining in 2001, he continued on the drama for four years before touring with The Rocky Horror Show musical as the Narrator.
He has done bits of other TV too, as he has also been seen on Casualty.

Ian Lavender will be in Tuscany trying his hand at cooking
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Rula Lenska

Rula has been in many popular TV series, such as Doctor Who, EastEnders and Minder, where she met her husband, actor Dennis Waterman.
She has also performed on stage, appearing in shows such as Seven Deadly Sins, Four Deadly Sinners and 84 Charing Cross Road.
You may also recognise her from intermittent appearances on Coronation Street between 2009 and 2011, where she played Claudia Colby, a ‘friend’ and rival of Audrey Roberts.

Rula Lenska will be on Channel 5 tonight
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Judith Chalmers

TV presenter Judith Chalmers is best known for presenting travel programme Wish You Were Here..? between 1974 and 2003.
During the 1980s, she was a regular host of the Miss World contest on ITV, and presented BBC Radio 2’s mid-morning show between 1990 and 1992, taking over from Ken Bruce.
Most recently, she has made appearances on chat show programmes such as This Morning and the Graham Norton show.

Judith Chalmers will be joining the other senior celebs
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Johnny Ball

Children’s television presenter Johnny Ball was a regular fixture throughout the late 1970s and into the 1980s, hosting shows such as Think of a Number, Think Again and Johnny Ball Reveals All which aired on BBC and ITV.
In 2004, he was named in the Radio Times list of top 40 most eccentric TV presenters of all time.
His daughter is Zoe Ball, who is currently presenting Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.

Johnny Ball is father to Zoe Ball, who is currently presenting Strictly: It Takes Two
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Diana Moran

Diana Moran will be in Tuscany with the other celebs
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Fitness guru Diana Moran is most well known for hosting the popular exercise segment of BBC1’s Breakfast Time programme between 1983 and 1987.
She became known as The Green Goddess due to her trademark green leotard.
You may also know her from her appearances on the Overseas Property Channel, and she was a regular contributor to The Wright Stuff on Channel 5.

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FRIENDS! THE MUSICAL PARODY Begins Tonight Off-Broadway

Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey, Phoebe and Gunther are back Lynn Shore Entertainment, Theater Mogul and McSmith Family Entertainment present FRIENDS The Musical Parody, the unauthorized parody of the hit TV show by the creators of Bayside The Saved by the Bell Musical and 90210 The Musical. Performances are set to begin tonight, October 13, at St. Luke’s Theatre 308 West 46th Street – between 8th amp 9th Avenues and continue through December 31. Get a sneak peek at the company below
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THE COLOR PURPLE National Tour Begins Tonight in Schenectady

The first North American tour of the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of THE COLOR PURPLE begins tonight, October 7, 2017 in Schenectady, New York at Proctors. The tour will have its official opening October 17, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland at The Hippodrome Theatre.
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Miley Cyrus Performs Moving Tom Petty Tribute Alongside Dad Billy Ray On ‘Tonight Show’ Night 4

What a week Miley Cyrus has had in her ‘Tonight Show’ residency! For her fourth show on Oct. 5, she moved the audience by performing a breathtaking tribute to the late Tom Petty alongside her dad Billy Ray.

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Jason Aldean Ran from Stage When Las Vegas Gunman Opened Fire: ‘Tonight Has Been Beyond Horrific’

Video footage shows the harrowing moments country singer Jason Aldean ran from the stage during his Las Vegas show on Sunday after a gunman opened fire, killing 20 people and injuring at least 100.

A clip uploaded to Twitter by an attendant showed the 40-year-old singer performing as gunfire broke out at the country music festival. Soon, the music comes to an abrupt halt and Aldean is seen fleeing the stage.

“Tonight has been beyond horrific. I still dont know what to say but wanted to let everyone know that Me and my Crew are safe,” Aldean wrote in an Instagram post in the wake of the incident.

“My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone involved tonight. It hurts my heart that this would happen to anyone who was just coming out to enjoy what should have been a fun night. #heartbroken#stopthehate.”

The shooting began just as Aldean kicked off his show on the final day of the three-day Route 91 Harvest Festival, the Washington Post reports.

Witnesses reported that a gunman opened fire – reportedly with a fully automatic weapon – from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Casino. Police later engaged the shooter and killed him, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said, according to NBC News.

Shortly after the shooting, Aldean’s wife, Brittany, reassured fans in an Instagram post, writing, “We are safe … our angels were definitely watching over us tonight. No words for what happened … Just horrific. Praying for everyone.”

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department announced Sunday night that an active shooter has been reported near the casino and advised people to avoid the area.

Authorities shut down the south end of the strip as well as freeway traffic on the I-15 from Tropicana to Russell Road. Some flights destined for McCarran Airport were also diverted due to the reported shooting, according to the airport.

A video posted by a Twitter user showed a crowd of people fleeing from a nearby music festival after the shots were reported. Police said they believe the shooting to be “a solo act” done by “a lone wolf attacker,” according to the Los Angeles Times.


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Ayad Akhtar’s JUNK Gets Preview at the Guggenheim Tonight

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ayad Akhtar and Tony Award-winning director Doug Hughes discuss Akhtar’s newest play before its New York premiere at Lincoln Center Theater. The event will be held as part of Works amp Process at the Guggenheim tonight, September 23, 2017 at 730 p.m.
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Rebecca Luker Set for Theatre Forward’s 40th Anniversary Party Tonight

Theatre Forward will celebrate its 40th Anniversary this 2017- 2018 theatre season, kicking off the festivities with a cocktail party at the home of Board Member Pamela Farr and Buford Alexander in Greenwich, CT, tonight, September 9, 2017 with special guests Rebecca Luker and ReGina Taylor.
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Public Works’ AS YOU LIKE IT Musical Adaptation Brings Friends, Feuds and Romance to the Delacorte Tonight

The Public Theaterbegins performances for the free Public Works musical adaptation of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It, adapted by Shaina Taub and Laurie Woolery, with music and lyrics by Shaina Taubtonight, September 1.
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Original Broadway ‘Elvis’ Stars in HEARTBREAK HOTEL, Starting Tonight at Ogunquit Playhouse

From the creator of Tony Award-winning musical Million Dollar Quartet, the Ogunquit Playhouse will produce the World Premiere of Heartbreak Hotel, as part of its 85th anniversary season, on stage tonight, August 30, to September 30.
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For the First Time in Costume! Costumes Revealed for Disney’s FROZEN, Opening Tonight in Denver

This morning, EW.com debuted the first look at Frozen stars Caissie Levy Elsa and Patti Murin Anna with Jelani Alladin Kristoff and John Riddle Hans in two-time Tony and Olivier Award-winning scenic and costume designer Christopher Oram’s designs for the production.
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Broadhurst Theatre Celebrates 100th Birthday Bash Tonight at Feinstein’s/54 Below

Tony Award winners Alice Ripley Next to Normal, Judy Kaye The Phantom of the Opera, Wayne Cilento Wicked, and more, recently joined the Broadhurst Theatre’s centennial birthday bash at Feinstein’s54 Below tonight, August 16th, 2017, at 700 pm amp 930 pm.
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What time does Trust Me start on BBC One tonight, who’s in the cast with new Doctor Who Jodie Whittaker and what’s it about?

WITH the world eagerly anticipating her debut as the latest incarnation of Doctor Who, Jodie Whittaker’s latest role actually sees her play a nurse.

The actress stars in new BBC One drama Trust Me. Here’s what we know so far…

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When is Trust Me on BBC One?

The second episode of new BBC drama Trust Me airs TONIGHT (Tuesday, August 15) at 9pm.

The series is a four-part drama and is bound to have viewers gripped, especially with such a stellar cast in the mix.

Episode one goes head-to-head with Seven Days in Summer: Countdown to Partition on BBC Two, Midsomer Murders on ITV, Flights from Hell: Caught on Camera on Channel 4 and Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 5.

If you miss an episode you can catch up on BBC iPlayer.

Jodie’s character Cathy takes on her friends identity and moves to a hospital in Edinburgh after being sacked as a nurse

What is Trust Me about?

Trust Me is set in Edinburgh and tells the story of Cathy – played by Jodie Whittaker, recently announced as the next Doctor Who – who is a hardworking and skilled nurse, who loses her job for whistle-blowing and is forced to take drastic measures to provide for her daughter.

Out of desperation, Cathy seizes the opportunity to steal her best friend’s identity as a senior doctor and start a new life in Edinburgh.

The story follows Cathy as she buries herself deeper and deeper in the imposter persona and realises she could get everything she ever wanted – the job, the man, the dream.

However, her old life threatens to destroy her new situation and the series follows Cathy’s efforts to protect it.

The Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison plays Cathy’s husband in the drama
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Who else is in the cast?

Blake Harrison

Blake is best known for playing Neil Sutherland in hit show The Inbetweeners but is switching his comedy hat for a more dramatic one with Trust Me.

The actor plays Cathy’s ex-husband Karl, who is also the relatively useless father of their daughter Molly.

Having sorted his addiction problems, Karl is keen to be a better dad to his daughter – despite relying on handouts from Cathy.

Emun Elliott

Scottish actor Emun is best known for playing John Moray in BBC One period drama, The Paradise, as well as creepy businessman Alistair McDermid in BBC3 drama Clique.

In Trust Me, Emun plays Andrew Brenner, an easy going doctor who is committed to his job at the Edinburgh hospital where Cathy gets a job.

The pair grow close as they start to work together and embark on a passionate fling, but viewers will have to see how far their relationship can go considering Cathy has fed him a string of lies.

Sharon Small

Sharon Small is best known for playing Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers in The Inspector Lynley Mysteries as well as appearing in Silent Witness and Midsomer Murders.

The actress plays Brigitte Raynes, Cathy’s overworked new boss who is nothing short of perplexed as to why a seemingly overqualified consultant such as Cathy would want to work at her underwhelming West Lothian Trust.

Brigitte takes Cathy under her wing, but will she figure out why her new employee behaves so strangely at times?

New Doctor Who revealed as Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker replacing Peter Capaldi



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Levi Kreis Celebrates BROADWAY AT THE KEYS Album Tonight at Feinstein’s/54 Below

Tony Award winner Levi Kreis Best Featured Actor for originating the role of Jerry Lee Lewis in Broadway’s Tony nominated musical Million Dollar Quartetis headed back to Feinstein’s54 Below in support of his latest album BROADWAY AT THE KEYS.
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What’s on TV tonight? Shows to watch on Sunday 13 August from North Korea: Murder in the Family to Autopsy: Cory Monteith

WHAT can’t you miss on TV tonight? Our guide to the must-see shows…

NEW! North Korea: Murder in The Family, 9pm, BBC2

North Korea: Murder in the Family: This fascinating documentary meets people close to Jong-nam and uncovers a bitter family rivalry
North Korea: Murder in the Family: This fascinating documentary meets people close to Jong-nam and uncovers a bitter family rivalry

He’ll happily tear into North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (right) in 140 characters on Twitter, but in spite of being taunted by the launching of ballistic missiles, disregard for UN sanctions and threats to “annihilate” the US, what is it that’s continued to stop President Donald Trump from launching a military attack on the dictatorship?

Perhaps it’s because he’s fully aware of exactly what sort of man the world is dealing with.

An example of the tetchy tyrant’s ruthlessness appeared to rear its deadly head on 13 February this year, when Jong-un’s half-brother Kim Jong-nam was assassinated at Kuala Lumpur airport in Malaysia using a banned chemical weapon, VX nerve agent.

The murder is thought to have been orchestrated by North Korean secret agents – but why?

This fascinating documentary meets people close to Jong-nam and uncovers a bitter family rivalry that’s just the tip of the iceberg in the Pyongyang palaces rife with paranoia, unpredictable brutality and very, very bad hairdressers.

LIVE! World Athletics Championships 2017 from 1pm, BBC One & BBC Two

World Athletics Championships 2017: Laura Muir (above) in the women’s 5,000m could be the Team GB golden girl on the final day of the Championships
World Athletics Championships 2017: Laura Muir (above) in the women’s 5,000m could be the Team GB golden girl on the final day of the Championships

Hasn’t it been brilliant watching the London Stadium being used for what it was built for (no offence, West Ham fans)?

Laura Muir (above) in the women’s 5,000m could be the Team GB golden girl on the final day of the Championships. Which sadly means our Lycra onesie had better go back into the wardrobe!

NEW! Autopsy: Cory Monteith, 10.05pm c5

Autopsy: Cory Monteith: Featuring interviews with the actor and dramatic re-enactments of events before his death
Autopsy: Cory Monteith: Featuring interviews with the actor and dramatic re-enactments of events before his death

On 13 July 2013, Glee star Cory (above) was found dead, aged 31, in a Vancouver hotel room.

Featuring interviews with the actor and dramatic re-enactments of events before his death, this documentary tells the story of a battle with substance abuse that began at just 13 years old and led to a ‘fatal cocktail of heroin and alcohol’ taking his life.

LAST IN SERIES! Ross Kemp: Extreme World, 9pm, Sky One

Ross Kemp: Extreme World: Patrolling the Mediterranean sea with the Libyan coastguard, Ross (above) witnesses the capture of 750 migrants desperate to get into Europe
Ross Kemp: Extreme World: Patrolling the Mediterranean sea with the Libyan coastguard, Ross (above) witnesses the capture of 750 migrants desperate to get into Europe
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Patrolling the Mediterranean sea with the Libyan coastguard, Ross (above) witnesses the capture of 750 migrants desperate to get into Europe.

Cramped on to dinghies, Ross is almost reduced to tears when he sees one of them is pregnant, another breastfeeding her baby.

It’s affecting TV that highlights the scale of the humanitarian crisis in North Africa.

Ross Kemp reveals he was ‘ready to kill’ sex trafficker who murdered kids on Extreme World

Don’t know what to watch tonight? Get your daily guide to What’s On TV from The Sun Online

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Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon’s ”Camp Winnipesaukee” Sketch Breaks Tonight Show Record

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Descendants 2 Premieres Tonight: A Brief Video History of the Best Disney Channel Original Movie Musicals

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Why You Should Have Sex With Your Husband Tonight

It took you two hours to get the kids to sleep.

There were glasses of water fetched, imaginary flies pretend swatted, three stories read and everyone was tucked in — begrudgingly. But not for long. Because then there was the crying and screaming (you) and the ultimatums (them). The bribes. Empty threats were made and finally, they collapsed — all their ploys exhausted, to rest up for another day of killing you slowly.

It’s kind of a suck job, this whole “being a mom” business, but this is your suck job and you may as well not complain. So you were just looking forward to an hour or two of wallowing in quiet self-pity and ice cream, perhaps curled up with a book or even an episode of The Bachelor.

You thud down the stairs in your too small pajama pants, your t-shirt has spatters of paint and reads “5K Fun Run 2006.” You can’t recall how you acquired this shirt but you sure as hell know you have never ran a 5k and if you had, it would not ever be classified, in your opinion, as something a person should do for fun.

As you traipse around the corner to the kitchen you think you hear the faint sound of the stereo playing in the family room. You grab the Ben and Jerry’s from the freezer, slam the door shut with your rear end and grab a spoon. You are sitting cross legged, contemplatively at the kitchen table, fitness magazine (fuck you, irony) spread out in front of you when you realize that there is music playing.

And that it is definitely coming from the family room, where, it seems, someone has turned off the overhead lights.


You can barely make out the flicker of candlelight from the shadows around the corner and you wondering if you should go and investigate (a seance?) when you hear the soft strains of melodic sex oozing from the record player.


Your spoon stops in mid air.

Oh no. Think. Think. Think.

You consider a retreat back upstairs, a fake sleep at the table. You wish for narcolepsy, amnesia. Anything.

But it is too late. He is already sauntering around the corner, wearing only his jeans and white undershirt.

He is holding two wine glasses.

He has spotted you and he is smiling.

“Well helloooo beautiful.”

You want to turn around and see if perhaps there is someone behind you to which he is actually speaking. But then he winks. At you.

And he speaks again, reaching out for your hand and peering at you in what you imagine he imagines to be seductive allure.

He gestures with his hands up and down his middle-aged, dad-sized frame.

“Are you up for… this ?”



It’s a struggle that must go back to the dawn of time.

Perhaps even back to those prehistoric cave dwelling couples in the Stone Age. She gathered the berries and hauled water and nursed Neanderthal Junior all day long. Neanderthal Man was busy hunting bison with blunt sticks.

He should have been exhausted. She was exhausted. But as soon as the baby was sleeping in his stone bassinet, here came her husband — hunching and smoldering, grunting the modern equivalent of “let’s get it on.”

All she wanted was to sit quietly, maybe bone up on some of the cave wall hieroglyphics. But her Neanderthal husband had a different plan. He wanted to bone her.

What’s a Neanderthal wife to do?

What’s any wife to do?

What will YOU do?

I know this is novel, but brace yourself.

Why not go for it?

Before you even begin (put your hand down) I know you have a million reasons why not. I’ll list a few here:

  • You’re tired. Perpetually tired.
  • You haven’t showered since yesterday (or in the case of Neanderthal Woman, since never).
  • You just put on your GOOD yoga pants.
  • He just WINKED at you.
  • You need to read this fitness magazine and eat ice cream.
  • The lights are on.

So many more.

But let’s agree to let the Why Not’s rest for awhile.

You can always say no.

Don’t you say no a hell of a lot?

You are practiced in saying no.

No means no and should always be respected.

Yes, yes. Always yes to all of the above.

But let’s just take it down a notch there and explore what might happen, if this time (brace yourself) you said yes.

1) You would burn calories.

According to Men’s Health, the average man burns 100 calories and the average woman burns 69 (hee hee) calories during the typical roll in the hay. Okay, so maybe you aren’t burning as much as if, say, you were sprinting a (not at all fun) Fun Run, but still far more than you would burn shoveling in the Ben and Jerry’s.

2) You would be happier.

Making whoopee makes you giddy, psychologically. WebMD cites a study that surveyed the sexual activity and happiness of 16,000 men and women and found that sex “enters so strongly (and) positively in happiness equations” that they estimate increasing intercourse from once a month to once a week is equivalent to the amount of happiness generated by getting an additional $ 50,000 in income for the average American.” You might not be trading in the minivan for the car of your dreams this year, but you can still take the Mustang out for a ride if you know what I mean.

3) You would be healthier.

Listen, girl. You’re a mess. You have no time for anything healthy — sure, you wolf down your daughter’s Flintstones vitamins and you floss the week before you go to the dentist. But a little “gland to gland combat” is just about as good as any other move toward a healthier you.

It has been proven to boost your libido, make you sleep more soundly, reduce your risk of heart attack and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles.

Unless your pelvic floor muscles are already super. Which, in that case, disqualifies you from even reading this blog post. I almost called this post “Need kegels, will travel.”

Ahem. Moving on.

4) You will feel more connected.

There’s probably a lot of science to back this one up, but let’s keep this more simple. Every woman I know says that while she might have a million reasons she didn’t have the energy to start having sex, she’s usually glad she did it anyway. Because afterward, you just… like each other. Of course you always love each other. Even when you say no. Even when he isn’t interested (isn’t he always interested?).

Even when you are too tired. And even when you haven’t had sex since before the baby, unless you count that one time at his parents house when you told him you would do it if you didn’t have to take off any articles of clothing and didn’t have to move at all.

And he was all like, sure, that’s cool.

But when you do decide to ignore the Why Not’s, when you do decide to just go for it, you realize that more than loving him, you actually like him.

And you like having sex with him.

That guy, he’s pretty okay, isn’t he? He doesn’t care that your pelvic floor is as weak as a busted up hammock. He thinks you’re beautiful. And he wants to do the horizontal hokey pokey RIGHT NOW.

And he wants only you.


Sometimes you just can’t muster the energy and sometimes you will say no. And that’s okay. Take the guilt and throw it out with the empty Ben and Jerry’s pint. But take the long list of Why Not’s and toss those out too. The whole thing needs to be redetermined and reconsidered.

If you wait for that small interval in which you have had enough sleep and feel enough energy and have enough time and you really really really want to… well, that time might never come.

And then you might never come.

So I’m here to say this: sometimes it’s okay to fake it until you make it.

(Except don’t fake IT. Make him work for that shit.)


You take the wine glasses from his hand and tell him that if he promises to never, ever wink again you will give it a go. And he wants to dance with you.

And dancing leads to kissing and kissing leads to the stairs and the stairs lead to your bedroom.

And the bedroom leads to bow-chick-bow-bow.

And once you are in your bed — your legs layered in post coital bliss, you are still tired but you are glad.

He touches his nose to your nose and smiles so closely you remind yourself to tell him tomorrow to trim his nostril hair.

But boy, is he handsome. And he looks at you so happily.

You are glad you ignored the Why Not’s this time.

You are just about to drift off into sleep when the bedroom door is flung open. The tell tale sound of child sized footstep approach the bed and you brace yourself for what comes next.

“Mama. I’m FIRSTY,” says your son as he pokes you in the neck.

You don’t even move or open your eyes as you speak.

“Honey?” You say sweetly to your husband.

“Are you up for… this?”

And then you drift quietly into a long and restful slumber.


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Jonah Hill Gets Real On ‘Tonight Show’ With Powerful Apology

Things just got real.

On Tuesday, “22 Jump Street” star Jonah Hill stopped by “The Tonight Show,” and rather than promote his new movie right away, he got things off to a very sobering start first.

Over the weekend, Hill was caught on tape using a homophobic slur on a paparazzo, and he asked host Jimmy Fallon if he could take a moment to address the situation with “The Tonight Show” audience.

“My heart’s broken, and I genuinely am deeply sorry to anyone who’s been affected by that term in their life. I’m sorry, and I don’t deserve or expect your forgiveness.”

“Unfortunately, this isn’t a joke,” Hill began as he revealed the circumstances that led to the incident. The actor recalled how the paparazzo in question had been following him all day, calling him names and attacking him personally until he just couldn’t take it any more.

“In response, I wanted to hurt him back, and I said the most hurtful word that I could think of at that moment,” Hill admitted.

Though he claims he didn’t mean the term in a homophobic way, the actor went on to say, “Words have weight and meaning, and the word I chose was grotesque. And no one deserves to say or hear words like that.”

Hill has been a staunch supporter of gay rights throughout his career, even speaking out against Russia’s anti-gay laws amid the controversy surrounding the Sochi Olympics.

“My heart’s broken, and I genuinely am deeply sorry to anyone who’s been affected by that term in their life. I’m sorry, and I don’t deserve or expect your forgiveness,” said Hill.

Hill finished his apology by urging young people to use him as an example of what not to do, saying that using hatred and anger just “adds more ugliness to the world.”

Watch the full video above.

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Jimmy Fallon, Cameron Diaz Photobomb Tourists On ‘The Tonight Show’

Jimmy Fallon and Cameron Diaz pranked unsuspecting tourists at the Top of the Rock, popping up in the background of photos.

The result? Some of the best photobombs ever, which you can see in the video above from Wednesday night’s “Tonight Show.”

Fallon and Jon Hamm pulled the same prank in March… and the results were every bit as hilarious.
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Brian Williams Raps ‘Gin And Juice’ In New ‘Tonight Show’ Mashup

Laid back!

Brian Williams returned to “The Tonight Show” on Monday, and of course Jimmy Fallon welcomed him with a signature rap video. Using the magic of editing, the “NBC Nightly News” anchor appears to perform Snoop Dogg’s 1994 hit, “Gin and Juice.”

Of course, Fallon has been doing this to Williams for years now, putting Williams into the Sugar Hill Gang’s 1979 classic “Rapper’s Delight,” N.W.A.’s “Straight Outta Compton” and even another Snoop song, “Nuthin’ But A ‘G’ Thang.”

So what’s next? Williams suggest “Rollout” by Ludacris.

We can’t wait.
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Sarah Palin Talks To ‘Neighbor’ Putin On The Tonight Show

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin gave her “neighbor” Vladimir Putin a call during a Wednesday appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.”

Palin, who famously said she could see Russia from her house, cashed in on her “I Told-Ya So” moment last month, when she reminded her Facebook followers of her 2008 prediction that Russia would invade Ukraine. Fallon, dressed as Putin and speaking with a Russian accent, sought Palin’s advice on which country he should invade next.

“Actually, Alaska is really close to Russia, maybe i should invade?” Fallon said.

“I wouldn’t if I were you Vlad. You may be able to take down a bear, but you’re no match for a mama grizzly,” Palin responded.

Watch the skit above.
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Bill Cosby Carries Jimmy Fallon On A Tightrope Walk Across ‘Tonight Show’ Set

Who knew Bill Cosby was this strong?

With Jimmy Fallon taking a look at extreme sports last night, he asked The Cos to walk a tightrope across the studio. The “rope” was nothing more than a piece of tape on the floor — but as you’ll see in the video, Fallon wasn’t about to make it that easy on Cosby.

As the 76-year-old comic legend teetered down the “rope,” Fallon hopped up on his back and covered Cosby’s eyes for the piggyback ride of his life. Somehow, he wasn’t injured.

Cosby came out okay too.
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Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ Welcomed By Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey & Basically Everyone Else

For Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” inauguration, over a dozen A-list celebrities showed up to pay homage to the newly minted host. And pay homage they did, with each giving him $ 100 — the sum that Fallon’s friends wagered that he would never host “The Tonight Show.”

Apparently, he had quite a number of “friends” who made that bet.

Robert De Niro threw down a bill, followed by a parade of celebrities, including of Fallon’s former Weekend Update co-anchor Tina Fey, Joe Namath, Rudy Giuliani, Mariah Carey, Tracy Morgan, Joan Rivers, Kim Kardashian, Seth Rogen, Lindsay Lohan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mike Tyson, Lady Gaga and finally Fallon’s former Best Friend Forever For Six Months — and now timeslot rival — Stephen Colbert.

“Welcome to 11:30, bitch!” Colbert exclaimed after dumping a pile of coins on Fallon’s desk. Watch the video above.
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The Day Jay Leno Scared the Hell Out of Me (and More from ‘The Tonight Show’ Hallways)

As I watched Jay Leno say goodbye on his final Tonight Show, I started thinking about all of my experiences with Jay, the stars on his show, the various wild animals roaming the halls and his incredible staff. You see, for a good part of my 12 years as host and correspondent on Access Hollywood, my dressing room was in the same hallway as The Tonight Show.

In fact, there were actually two main hallways, one on each floor. I was on the second floor. The musical guest of the night had the dressing room at the top of the stairs, mine was down the hall. It never ceased to amaze me what famous singer or band I’d run into, sometimes literally, at the top of the stairs as I headed down to our studio to shoot our show. Once, I nearly took out Prince. The things I have seen, heard and smelled coming out of that room remain a cornucopia of the times for me. Snoop. The Cure. Keith Urban. Rihanna. Slash from Velvet Revolver. John Mellencamp. Too many to count.

We shot Access Hollywood in Johnny Carson’s old Tonight Show studio. In fact, we even kept the star on the floor where Johnny would come out and deliver his monologue every night. (A monologue to roughly 15 million people — 15 million!!)

Jay shot his Tonight Show across the hallway from Johnny’s old studio. That ground-floor hallway was always a beehive of activity. Producers, writers and incredibly talented people in audio, lighting, make-up, wardrobe, grips and more racing about. Then you add into the mix of stars on the show that night, their handlers plus a wild animal or two, and you can see how that hallway — maybe five to six feet wide — was like an artery on a busy freeway. The doors leading to the stage were smack dab in the middle of the hallway, leading to more congestion. I’ve run into everyone from Tom Cruise, who was saying hello to every single person, including an NBC Page, to an NBC president by the name of Scott Sassa, who chased after, found and closed the door to talk to Jimmy Fallon way back in the day. It’s actually how we got to this point, nearly a decade later, of Fallon taking over The Tonight Show. I wrote about it here.

But even though I’ve seen United States presidents walking the hallways, movie stars and television stars, there was one other thing I always saw that I thought was pretty cool and it sticks with me to this day. The smiles. Sure, doing a show like The Tonight Show is tough, demanding and stressful. But, nearly every Tonight Show person I met over the years I liked and found to be friendly, funny and nice. Even the red-haired lady who had something to do with numbers and money was nice. Those people are never nice.

My point is, and Jay made the same point last night, is that you felt those who worked on the show were one big family. Jay was incredibly loyal to them and they to him. In fact, I can remember when Jay was going to leave the first time and I ran into some of the Tonight Show staff in the commissary. I’d come to know a good number of them fairly well by this point. There was a lot of worry at the time. Most of them were going to lose a job they loved. Plus, the economy was in the tank. But, one of staffers told me Jay held a private meeting with the staff and told them he was going to do everything he could to help them keep their jobs on the lot in some capacity. Turns out, they just went with him to his short-lived 10 p.m. show and then back to The Tonight Show.

I had a number of interactions with Jay over the years. I sensed he always found our show amusing. He’d always have some sort of wiseacre comment about some silly or insane thing we were covering. And he was usually right. Truth is in the humor. But, he was always nice. I gave him crap a number of times about brown-bagging it on his private jet he’d jump on after the show to head to Vegas for a quick gig that night. What? No chef to whip up a meal on your private jet? He had me on a couple of his shows, in the opening of the show, playing myself. Once in a Michael Jackson skit and once with Kim Kardashian. When I did those bits it was a blast because I got to work with his great producers and camera crews.

Much has been made of Jay’s workaholic lifestyle. I think it’s pretty simple. I feel it benefitted Jay and the show greatly. It allowed Jay to do the kind of comedy he could not do on The Tonight Show while getting a feel where the country was at any given moment. You can’t get that behind guarded gates in Beverly Hills. I always likened Jay’s Tonight Show to the Olive Garden, the mid-scale restaurant chain. It has that all-you-can-eat salad bowl, some above average dishes, and a surprise special every now and then all packaged in a nice, friendly setting. Comfortable. Digestible by the middle of the country. Not risky like the new, foie gras-servin’ hot restaurant down the street which may be gone in a year. Jay Leno, the comedian on Sunday nights at The Comedy and Magic Club in Hermosa Beach was a little different and riskier than Tonight Show Jay. But what wasn’t different was his ability to make everybody feel good. Just be nice to people. To care about them. At the club. At the studio. On the street after the show.

There is one hitch in all the love for Jay and it is his perceived handling of when he left The Tonight Show the first time and how many believe he firebombed any chance Conan O’Brien had of finding success as the new holder of the show’s flame.

I have my own, somewhat inside view. Remember, I was at Access Hollywood at the time, both in 2004 when it was announced that Jay would be fired five years later (WTF?, I thought at the time) and when it actually happened in 2009. I knew people in all three camps; Leno, Conan and the network.

Let’s start with this.

There is a saying in the industry that you never follow a legend. You follow the guy who follows the legend. That’s because the guy who follows the legend usually gets hammered, not only in the ratings, but in the press as well. It usually ends badly for the new guy. This is because the legend usually exits kicking and screaming and scorches the earth, leaving nothing that can grow in the legend’s absence, most of all ratings and goodwill. That’s Jay Leno Is Fired: Part One. Imagine knowing for five years that you are going to be fired, even though there is nobody in the country who is better than you. You are number one, yet, you need to be replaced. That has to burn for five years. So, when it finally happens, there is an incredible amount of buildup — anger, frustration and loss.

When Johnny Carson said goodbye to The Tonight Show and cleanly handed it off to Jay Leno, Carson was done. It had been a sensational 30-year run. Carson was 66 when he passed the torch to Leno. He didn’t throw it at him and light Leno on fire. He didn’t run around the studio and the media lighting everything on fire, burning it to the ground. Scorching the earth as it were. Carson said goodbye in a way that kept — what I assume Carson knew was the only thing bigger than him — The Tonight Show in tact, polished, tuned-up and ready for the new driver.

But, what if Johnny had suddenly decided to do a 10 p.m. show on the very same network, just as Jay was getting his footing hosting The Tonight Show? Carson would have cut Leno’s show business legs out from under him. Carson would have damaged The Tonight Show and buried Leno. It would have been a disaster.

That’s the one caveat in the career of Leno. He not only broke Conan’s legs, he tied one of Conan’s arms behind his back. By the way, I never thought Conan was the right choice. Did he deserve a shot? Sure. Was he the right fit? Never. Just like Ann Curry hosting the Today show. She deserved it. Great person. Just the wrong skill set to host a morning show. Jimmy Fallon. Right guy. Right skill set. Will do well.

Other than the Leno-Conan fiasco, Leno was brilliant at finding the right balance hosting The Tonight Show. He revered it and it’s place in the history of television and in the lives of millions of Americans. He was a good driver. He took care of the show, it’s guests and it’s staff incredibly well. It always put a smile on his face.

As Leno emotionally said when he closed out the last few minutes of his final Tonight Show, “I’ll tell ya’ something. The first year of the show, I lost my mom. Second year, I lost my dad. Then my brother died. And, after that, I was pretty much out of family. And the folks here became my family.” Leno is saying goodbye to the only family he has.

I leave you with one of the thousands of images I have of seeing Jay during my 12 years on the NBC lot. Funny enough, it’s a time when I saw him away from The Tonight Show. And he scared the hell out of me.

My parking spot was directly across from Jay. I would turn right into my spot and he would turn left into his. I loved driving in everyday, wondering what amazing car Jay would have parked in his spot. In fact, I would often take pictures of his car and email them to my dad, also a car buff.

On this particular sunny Thursday, I finished shooting our show around 5:30 p.m. and left the studio to head up Buena Vista Street to stop at Lowe’s. I’m at a stop light. It’s a two-lane road each way. I’m in the right lane. I have my music pretty loud, windows closed. Suddenly, my SUV starts to vibrate slightly. Within seconds, the vibration continues to grow and grow. I turn off my music. There is an insanely loud rumble like a train is coming and my car is vibrating so much it is almost rocking. It alarms me.

“Holy Moly! It’s an earthquake!” I think.

I look for light poles, telephone poles and trees to see if they’re swaying. It’s what you do when you feel movement, hear a train-like rumble and live in California. However, nothing is swaying. By the way, this all happens in about 20 unsettling seconds. I’m confused. Then light turns green and the rumble grows louder and the vibration increases.

I’m looking around to see if I can go as the cars in front of me take off slowly. The lane to my left is going faster than my lane. Cars are passing me.

Then I see it.

It is Jay Leno.

He is in an open-cockpit, huge car that has an airplane engine. Yes, an airplane engine. Now, I’ve seen this incredible car in his parking spot but have never heard it running. Jay drives past me wearing old-school driving goggles and a scarf wrapped around his neck. The scarf is flowing in the wind. Jay is smiling. People are smiling and waving at Jay. Jay is waving back. I watch him drive away into the golden California sunset. Happy, with a huge smile on his face and firmly in the driver’s seat.
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TV TONIGHT: ‘Day Of The Doctor’ Reunites Three Time Lords – Matt Smith, David Tennant, John Hurt In 50th Birthday Special

When is a TV show more than a TV show?

When it’s the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’, being shown on cinema screens around the world, amid plot hints and red herrings by writers, storyline clues pounced upon and debated by eager fans,

Because Steven Moffat and his team have been successfully secretive about the events around tonight’s festivities, we only know some bare bones.

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Three Timelords unite for the 50th anniversary of ‘Doctor Who’

Special guests at tonight’s party include Daleks, Zygons and Elizabeth I. Current companion Clara (Jenna Coleman) is joined by a familiar face in Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), during three unfolding plots set in different times, destined to unite in one almighty battle.

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One of the familiar faces in ‘The Day of the Doctor’

Ingrid Oliver, Jemma Redgrave and Joanna Page are also on board, but the real birthday boys are Matt Smith and David Tennant, a combination enough to keep any more recent fans happy, plus the tantalising reappearance of John Hurt to explain away all those elliptical statements we’ve received thus far.

Who’d have thought a grouchy, grandfatherly figure would have stepped into a police telephone box in 1963 and, fifty years later, still keep us guessing?


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Ellen DeGeneres Gives Heartfelt Farewell To Jay Leno On ‘The Tonight Show’ (VIDEO)

While Jay Leno isn’t set to exit “The Tonight Show” until next year, Ellen DeGeneres said her goodbyes on Wednesday night. After 32 prior appearances, this was going to be her final interview on Leno’s show before he leaves, and so she wanted to talk about what an impact he’s had on her life.

“You were so supportive all the time,” an emotional DeGeneres told him. “You always tried to help me in every way. Gave me great advice, gave me ideas with jokes and, actually, Jay is responsible for me being booked on ‘The Tonight Show’ with Johnny Carson, because you told the booker, Jim McCawley, to stay at The Improv and watch me. You said, ‘This girl’s great … so thank you very much for everything you’ve done. You’re amazing. You’re a good guy.”

She then presented Leno with a going away gift — a denim Snuggie. DeGeneres said that it combined his every day outfit of denim-on-denim with his new, retired lifestyle. She then ended her inteview with a kiss. It was a callback to when she came on “The Tonight Show” shortly after coming out publicly back in 1997 and planted a kiss on the host to prove that a kiss was just a kiss.

Of course, this may not be the last time the two get together. We’re pretty sure the door is open for Jay Leno to drop by “The Ellen Degeneres Show,” weekdays in syndication (check local listings). For now, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” continues on weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC.

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