The Michael J. Fox Show is coming to NBC and it looks downright charming. He hasn’t lost that “it” factor at all. And I am telling you that if you aren’t swept away by his charm and charisma you pretty much have no soul.
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“I CAME HERE TO WIN…” says La Toya Jackson in this new preview for this Sunday’s premiere of NBC’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice and already I’m with her 100%. Watch this “Meet the Women” video, please.
If you’re like me you’re already thinking “Why don’t they just do an all-female version of All-Star Celeb Apprentice already?” Get Ivana Trump on there! And Marla Maples! And Billie Jean King! (OK, no Trump-King relationship there to re-hash, but she just popped in my head. Wouldn’t she be marvelous?)
I’m already in love with the fact that La Toya calls somebody “a witch” (and that someone appears to be Omarosa, but can’t say for sure, but you know it’s probably her cuz, well… she’s Omarosa, after all). Then later you see La Toya asking if she can just fire someone herself. Bam! Yes, please!!! Teach them, La Toya! Also, I hope Marilu Henner gets very healthy and crunchy and self-helpy up on these people… And she better use her wacky photographic memory (and hold grudges!) to f*ck people up! And lastly, I just want to see Ivanka Trump (Smell her!) striding around coolly looking gorgeous non-stop, all-episode, every episode. Thank you.
Also, get ready for even more La Toya this coming Monday night as a guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race. THAT’S TWO NIGHTS OF LA TOYA PRIMETIME TV IN A ROW!
We. Are. Not. Worthy.
Well, this is potentially VERY EXCITING. NBC has picked up a semi-autobiographical comedy written by and starring stand-up comedian (and occasional Weekend Update cutie) John Mulaney, to be produced by Lorne Michaels. The Hollywood Reporter says: “The multicamera comedy is described as young ensemble vehicle loosely based on Mulaney’s life. The untitled comedy was one of a handful of projects Lorne Michaels’ had in development this season, including entries starring Saturday Night Live‘s Kenan Thompson and Seth Meyers.” John Mulaney AND Seth Meyers? I’m in hottie heaven!
Jessica Simpson is making a TV comeback, but this time it’s not a reality show, it’s a sitcom. She is excited to produce and star in a sitcom based on her life, with the executive producer giving her monstrous shoes to fill, calling her a “modern day Lucy.” If it fails, she can always fall back on that billion dollar day job, right? (Photo: Pacific Coast News)