“Extra’s” AJ Calloway was with all the stars at the Super Bowl, even getting a quick interview with former President Bill Clinton, who was there to enjoy the game with friends Whoopi Goldberg and Forest Whitaker.
Hillary was not at the game, but tweeted, “It’s so much more fun to watch FOX when it’s someone else being blitzed and sacked.”
Bet you never thought President Bill Clinton would try singing a cover of Robin Thicke’s megahit “Blurred Lines,” right? Well, he hasn’t, but Barackdubs had a little fun at Clinton’s expense, creating a mash-up of the former leader of the free world singing the summer tune. Of course, the video has already gone viral.
Barackdubs' previous shenanigans include mash-ups of President Obama singing Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” and Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.”
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway caught up with body language expert Janine Driver to discuss some of the signals Clinton incorporated in his speech.
President Bill Clinton is a George Clooney fan -- so much so, he would cast the Oscar winner to play himself in a biopic.
The former commander-in-chief stopped by “Piers Morgan Tonight” Thursday to chat with guest host, Oscar-winning producer Harvey Weinstein, and naturally the conversation turned toward movies. Clinton balked at the idea of Brad Pitt playing him in a film, calling him “too good looking.” But he warmed to the idea of George. Watch the clip!
Academy Award-winning producer Harvey Weinstein, founder of The Weinstein Company, sits in the guest hosting seat on “Piers Morgan Tonight” Thursday, going face-to-face with long time friend President Bill Clinton for an in-depth conversation.
In advance of the second convening of Clinton Global Initiative America, the former president will discuss CGI America activities for 2012, news of the day, and an area that hits close to home for Harvey -- the film industry.
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Ashley Judd, wife of racer Darlo Franchitti, was at the Las Vegas racetrack Sunday when racecar driver Dan Wheldon was killed in a crash. Judd tweeted, "As we continue to absorb Dan's accident -- we forget, remember, re-experience shock, denial, anger, pain -- I'm reminded of a favorite poem: DEATH be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for, thou art not so, For, those, whom thou think'st, thou dost overthrow, Due not, poore death, nor yet canst thou kill me."
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Hollywood's A-listers were tangled in a web of red carpet madness for the long-awaited opening night of Broadway's spine-tingling musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark."
U2 frontman Bono, who composed the music for the play with bandmate The Edge, received a standing ovation from the audience after the show. "Extra's" AJ Calloway caught up with the musicians and remarked on the troubles the musical has faced, including being delayed six times due to a number of technical and directorial issues, as well as cast and crew injuries.
Traci Nobles is the latest to be named in the many online flirtations of Congressman Anthony Weiner, this one through Facebook.
The Athens, Georgia woman was outed by her roommate, who sent the Las Vegas Sun a screenshot of a private conversation on Facebook after Nobles inadvertently left her account open. The conversations took place last August and were not as salacious as some of the others that have gone public. The 34-year-old is the fifth woman named since the Weiner scandal, er, popped up last week.