“The Glee Project” has come back to its second season with 14 aspiring Glee hopefuls for the original “Glee” series on FOX.
The format of the show has remained the same, from season one to season two. However, there are two more contestants this season, putting it at 13 contestants to be eliminated in 11 episodes. There are more contestants and more episodes than there were in season one, giving viewers more to come back to watch.
The first episode of season two has already premiered. It offered a peek at Lea Michele, who helped oversee the theme of “Individuality” for the show. Continue reading
Justin Bieber is making spur of the moment appearances in cities across the globe. His presence brought chaos to the streets of Mexico City recently as the young followers decorated in purple and white braved up to two nights on the roach covered sidewalks just for a chance to get a glimpse of the stage that would host teenage superstar Justin Bieber as he put on a free concert Monday afternoon in the capital city’s large central plaza.
Countless adolescents made up of males and females, some as young as 10 years of age, traveled hundreds of miles to camp along the streets that surrounded the plaza. Lots of the kids had parents that accompanied them, many of which had to take time off from work helping their children skip a day of school just to be part of the crowd that was expected to draw more than 200,000. Continue reading
It’s the new kind of singing contest and viewers that are trying to understand how it works are starting to figure it out. Nobody was voted off last week but the next show will include an elimination. Also interesting last week, one of the four professional judges and Duet singer, John Legend, got a second chance with a new contestant.
Johnny Gray unexpectedly left the show for what was slated to be “personal reasons.”
This left John Legend short one contestant so he was able to hold auditions again, helping him come up with a pretty impressive singer in Meleana Brown. Continue reading
Scott Jacobs was one of the youngest known owners of an art gallery at the “barely wet behind the ears” age of 19. Years later he earned his way to being the first officially licensed artist for Harley-Davidson. As his work grew in popularity, Scott was fortunate to expand his artistic ability to include wine spirits still-lifes, classic cars, and lifestyle imagery. Scott’s art is known world-wide and is now featured in galleries and collections in more than 60 countries.
Because of Scott’s success, he has been able to live up to taking responsibility for his actions and giving back to the community. For this reason, Scot and his 10 year old daughter, Alexa, embark on a journey to search out the people in need of financial assistance as they leave behind their wealthy lifestyle in San Diego to spend six days in Newark, New Jersey. While the father/daughter duo is on their mission, they will make do on $71 for the week. Continue reading
On the second half of the Mob Wives Reunion no one was killed or hurt, which is always a plus. The second half of the recap began with absolute chaos though.
Drita and Ramona were going at it. They were in mid argument and Drita leaves the set. Joy didn’t even get up to go after her, she just let it all happen…smart.
She finally came back but the women were giving one another dirty promises and it is speculated that they even threatened to kick each other’s butts. Continue reading
As Quinn comes back to Gideon’s apartment, she finds him fighting for his life and pulls the scissors from his neck. When she does this, blood starts spewing everywhere. Quinn grabs the phone to call for help and begs Gideon to hang on while she gets help. Gideon dies right in front of her. When Olivia arrives, Quinn is standing in the middle of the room shaking in her shoes. When Quinn wants to call the police, Olivia warns her that they will find out who she really is if they do that.
Olivia pulls the team in to clean up the crime scene for their new client, the woman they know as Quinn Perkins. All the evidence tying Quinn to Gideon’s place is removed. By taking Gideon’s cell phone, they learn that Gideon had figured out that someone sent Amanda Tanner to sleep with the president. Continue reading
This week’s only daytime soap opera is filled with an abundance of emotions as Sam puts pressure on Jason about whether or not he will be able to love the baby she is carrying as his own. Jason is struggling with the idea and can’t commit to that at this point. Since Jason is still having a hard time with it, Sam decides she needs to move out and let Jason have some time to deal with his indecisiveness. As Sam checks into the hotel, she runs into John Mcbain who is unknowingly staying at the same place.
Johnny has a surprise visitor that he was not expecting. A very emotional Starr Manning shows up at his place demanding to know if he had anything to do with setting Sonny up. While Johnny took an incoming call, Starr took the gun she saw him putting in a box and left.
Connie and Carly get into a knock down drag out in the hotel lobby, right in front of the guests. As they struggle, the content of Connie’s bag is strewn onto the floor, and the fight comes to an end when Carly grabs a paper and sees a part of Kate’s medical file taken from the therapist’s office. It reveals a mental disorder called “DID.” Continue reading
Author: Gary Brock
Former talk show host, Arsenio Hall, defeated former American Idol runner up Clay Aiken, earning $250,000 to go along with his $167,000 he raised on his project to support the Magic Johnson Foundation. What was Mr. Trump thinking? Clay raised over $300,000 for his charity and won this fair and square!
The only part of the challenge Arsenio won on the last night was the baffle you with bullsh#@t challenge as he said he took time off to care for his son and was now re-emerging as a late night talk show host. He goes on to say that people out there like Joan Rivers and Pierce Morgan let all of their talent and success shine a light on the banner that Trump gave them and he’ll be out there giving too. Hall said he has been on the cover of Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal, and has lived the life of the Apprentice if he will only give him the title.
Arsenio shares how important it is to be number one. He said everybody has heard about Idol many times, but that he was number two when he was on Carson and was number two in a magic contest when he was a little boy. He tells Trump he needs to be number one. Come on man. Have some shame and quit begging! Continue reading
As the episode begins, viewers find that Jules has a bad habit of getting all her friends into therapy if they do something that she doesn’t like. This week reveals such an occurrence as Grayson has to defend himself for offering their money to help out with baby Tampa (Jill). It was his thought that they would combine their finances. As they attend the therapy session, the therapist agrees that this should be the case.
Jules was okay with that at first and then changed her mind since she has a low cash flow at work lately and takes money out of the Grayson’s cash register to pay Laurie. Well, they are supposed to be sharing finances. Andy helps with breaking down the money as Jules needs to let Laurie go to make a profit. Jules believes all their money problems will be resolved when she and Grayson move in together. However, deciding who will give up their home may not be so easy.
In order to help them make a decision, the two decide to solicit advise from all of their friends as to who should give up their home. Since they got nowhere that way, they decide to go back to therapy for help. Grayson already feels like he is the giver in the relationship and makes all the sacrifices so he is not going to give up his house. Jules is not giving up her house either. Looks like this therapy is working great! Continue reading
This week, “Shark Tank” invites Erika Welsh and Keely Tillotson to make their pitch.
Their invention is “wild squirrel nut butter” and they are asking for $50k for a 10% stake in their business.
The girls are from Oregon and in their sophomore years of college. Erika and Keely have created their own homemade peanut butter in their apartment. They have created four additional flavors and have been able to sell thousands of jars of their product on their website for a $14,000 gross and they have made a $7000 profit for the business. They have also contracted to be on supermarket store shelves throughout Oregon.
The sharks come off pretty cold to the college girl’s pitch as Daymond says he doesn’t know this business so he is out. Robert wants to know who will be running his business if the two of them are students. He wants to know who will be doing the business full time so he’s out. Mark feels the same as Robert and he’s out also. Kevin follows their lead because he believes the peanut butter market will be too competitive. Barbara says it would take a lot more than they are asking to get this business off the ground so she has an offer. Continue reading