Jay Ambrose: Is this the new America?
It has been quite an adventure, the last six years or so in America.Early on, something awful was the condition of the down-and-out in the white working class, suffering deaths of despair, adding up eventually to 150,000 a year. The cause seemed to be a sense of lesser lives brought to an end by drugs, alcohol and suicides. But understand that some upper class intelligentsia and a load of academics had been having their afflictions as well, such as abandoning a belief in truth, thinking all cultures are equal, telling us that Western civilization with its capitalism is nothing special and actu...
Tribune News Service
'Ink Master' star Daniel Silva charged with murder for crash that killed YouTuber Corey La Barrie
“Ink Master” star and celebrity tattooist Daniel Silva has been charged with killing popular YouTuber Corey La Barrie, who died in a car wreck on his 25th birthday earlier this month.The former reality show contestant is facing one count of murder in connection with the deadly crash, which occurred just after 9:30 p.m. in the Valley Village area of Los Angeles on May 10. Silva was arrested a day later and remained behind bars on Wednesday.Police said the 26-year-old tattoo artist was driving the 2020 McLaren 600LT at the time while La Barrie was in the passenger seat. The luxury sports car was...
New York Daily News
Chicago woman wants love and a baby on the new Fox show 'Labor of Love.' Here are 5 things to know
Kristy Katzmann has some experience with awkward reality TV introductions. On “The Bachelor” season 11 premiere in 2007, she used her expertise as an acupuncturist to examine Brad Womack’s tongue and determine he was under some stress. She was the 15th and final woman to receive a rose that week. She finished in the top six of the ABC network competition.Now Katzmann is starring on her own TV show, “Labor of Love,” which is scheduled to premiere at 9 p.m. EDT Thursday. It’s clear from the start that the Fox series does not have the same premise as “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette.” Instead ...
'Survivor' season 40 finale airs tonight. Here's how the show has been a source of comfort to me during the pandemic.
Before the start of Washington’s stay-at-home order in late March, I decided to look for a show to binge amid increasing restrictions that felt new and temporary. “Survivor,” the ever-present CBS reality show, seemed appropriate. A $1 million prize, somewhat predictable, no regard for hand-washing. I anticipated a quick virtual visit to one of the show’s beautiful locales before finding another show to fill the hours. But like a fish to the lures that contestants get after a reward challenge, I was hooked.By Day 29 of Washington’s stay-at-home order, I decided it was pertinent I learn to make ...
The Seattle Times
Will Bunch: Can a reality TV president create a new US reality that pretends death, despair don't exist?
Donald Trump has been here before. At the dawn of the 2000s, the Manhattan real estate developer and short-fingered vulgarian was literally — as The New York Times would later document — the worst businessman in America, having lost more than $1 billion in one 10-year period.But then, to paraphrase Dylan, you didn’t need an accountant to see which way the bottom line was blowing. The man had literally bankrupted casinos, the closest thing we have to a license to print money. And the banks had made him sell his airline and his yacht. Or you could just check out the late-night infomercial stuff ...
The Philadelphia Inquirer
Diane Bell: How do 'The Voice' singers perform 'live' from home?
It is extremely unusual for NBC’s reality TV competition, “The Voice,” to have two San Diego-area singers vying for the top nine slots.It is unprecedented for the live portion of the show, which airs Monday at 8 p.m. EDT, to go virtual.But due to the coronavirus pandemic, instead of performing on stage in front of a live audience, Cedrice Webber, of La Mesa, and Mandi Castillo, of Carlsbad, will sing in their living rooms.In fact, they already have recorded their tunes after back-and-forth communications with their respective celebrity coaches. Webber is working with Kelly Clarkson, who is at ...
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Bethenny Frankel Thanks Fans On Instagram Amid Reports She’s Leaving ‘Real Housewives Of New York’
Bethenny Frankel made sure to remind fans this week how much she loves New York City, regardless of whether or not she remains on Real Housewives of New York City. Frankel thanked fans for their ongoing support in an Instagram post on Wednesday that included a photo of her, a dog and the phrase “New York City is […]
‘Teen Mom’ Stars Jenelle Evans & David Eason Lose Custody Of Kids
Jenelle Evans and David Eason of Teen Moms 2 fame have lost custody of their three children after a court order from a North Carolina judge noted failure of protection when making the decision. The decision comes almost a month after Eason, Evans’ husband, shot and killed the reality star’s French Bulldog Nugget. Eason pulled the trigger on the […]
VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: ‘Flip Or Flop’s Tarek El Moussa On His New TV Show: “After 5 Years Of Hell… I’m A Happier Person”
Tarek El Moussa, known for hosting the HGTV reality series Flip or Flop, which was just renewed for an eighth season, is getting a brand-new show that is all his own. Tarek’s new series will be without his ex-wife and Flip or Flop co-star, Christina Anstead. “There’s two different options [for the new show],” Tarek revealed. “One, […] Source: uInterviewuInterviewOfficial WebsiteFacebookTwitterApp download(iTunes)App download(Android)