During the “Tonight Show's” recurring "Pumpcast News" segment on Tuesday, “news anchor” Jack Rafferty (Tim Stack) catches Will Sims caught off guard while Will is pumping gas, singing to himself.
Rafferty tells Will he has a good voice and the fellow proceeds to belt out Bon Jovi's "Living' on a Prayer," much to the amusement of his wife Monifa, who is sitting in the car. She, in turn, is encouraged to step out and the couple winds up performing a duet of "Sweet Dream (Are Made of This)" by the Eurythmics.
The Facebook page for Amy’s Baking Company was an ugly mess after owners Amy and Samy Bouzaglo were featured on Gordon Ramsay’s “Kitchen Nightmares.” Outraged viewers flooded the restaurant’s social media outlets, including Yelp, to call them “horrible,” “rude” and their behavior “criminal.” The twosome appeared to hit back at posters with an all-caps tirade, but they now say a hacker is to blame.
The couple’s behavior on the show was even too much for Ramsay. For the first time, he walked out before renovations. In the episode, which aired May 10, the Scottsdale couple was accused of stealing tips from employees, selling desserts from other restaurants and being extremely rude to customers.
It has been a long seven years since the would-be series finale of “Arrested Development,” and now the wait to find out what's happened is finally over! Netflix will debut the fourth season on May 26. Check out the trailer!
In case you’ve forgotten, here’s where things left off with family members Geroge Sr. and Lucille, kids Michael, Lindsay, G.O.B., Buster and Annyong, as well as cousins George Michael and Maeby:
Riding off into the sunset: After much drama with the family, Michael and son George Michael decide to slip off to Cabo. Escaping to Mexico would be too easy… George Sr. is already there.
“Saturday Night Live” funnyman Bill Hader is off to seek greener pastures. The comedian is exiting the show after eight seasons and plenty of laughs (thanks to Stefon, Herb Welch and his impressions of James Carville, Al Pacino and Clint Eastwood).New York Times. “It got to a point where I said, ‘Maybe it’s just time to go.’”
“The Voice” is getting the old gang back together with Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and maybe Cee Lo Green too!The Wrap, Aguilera signed a lucrative deal between $12.5 and $17 million to return to the show for Season 5. Meanwhile, Cee Lo is still in negotiations, but an announcement is expected soon.
Mario asked, “Whose wedding is Blake Shelton officiating?” -- to which Levine correctly answers, “Kelly Clarkson!”
"Extra’s" Mario Lopez caught up with “The Voice" coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Shakira and Usher, along with host Carson Daly and social media correspondent Christina Milian for a special event at The Grove. The coaches got up close and personal and let loose on each other like never before.
Blake and Adam told Mario that new kids on the block Usher and Shakira have fit right in on the show. Adam said, “I love these guys, we’ve connected very quickly.” Usher added that the experience was “everything I expected and then some… We were welcomed from ‘Hello.’”
As veteran newswoman Barbara Walters looks to her retirement next summer, she already knows who she wants for her final interview… and it may surprise you. She’s looking for another sit-down with one of America’s most infamous mistresses, Monica Lewinsky.