Here’s what’s trending today: Denzel Washington and Antoine Fuqua’s latest project, the reasons why Jon Stewart wants Republican Herman Cain to run for president and Justin Bieber’s latest controversy. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot ( the mini Destiny’s Child reunion) and not (this whole thing with Justin Bieber). Enjoy!
Posts Tagged Herman Cain
Former presidential candidate Herman Cain will be getting some regular TV work at Fox News Channel.
Cross another one off the list of potential competitors for the upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars”: One-time GOP presidential contender Herman Cain won’t appear on the ABC series.
A recent story in The Hollywood Reporter that singer Gavin DeGraw could become the latest celebrity attached to “Dancing with the Stars” officially adds yet another name to the bi-annual… More
When Herman Cain, who dropped out of the GOP presidential race before primary season started, got one percent of the South Carolina primary vote on Saturday, it was pretty easy… More
(Reuters) – Television comedian Stephen Colbert took his political shtick down south on Friday, staging a mock campaign rally in South Carolina, the site of the next Republican presidential primary…. More
Breaking her own rule that “every fascinating person must be living,” Barbara Walters revealed former Apple CEO Steve Jobs as her No. 1 “Most Fascinating” person of the year Wednesday night.
The folks at “The Daily Show” have been on a creative roll lately. On Tuesday, we had Jon Stewart and company’s brilliant takedown of Lowe’s and the “All-American Muslim” controversy. Now we have their new segment, which is jokingly sponsored by the controversy-averse home improvement chain.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press EXETER, N.H. — Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman is set to appear on the “Late Show with David Letterman” next week. The former Utah governor… More
NEW YORK — From late-night comedy shows to cable news interviews, free media exposure has proved influential in defining the Republican presidential candidates and setting the dynamics of the primary… More