Shot of the day:
Here’s a picture of an excited Kelly Clarkson about to take flight with the Blue Angels, the US Navy’s Flight Team. The excitement, as it turns out, was short lived. Somebody should have warned Kelly that 65% of passengers get sick.
“I have a little bit of a fear of small planes,” Clarkson said. “I was trying to overcome that today. I felt so bad, because they had to clean up the plane.”
So as it turns out, Chris wasn’t the only American Idol hurling last night. More pictures of a pre-puking Kelly below.
Bubble boy David Blaine sat down with GMA for his first interview to reveal how he’s feeling after 7 days in a fishbowl. Not surprisingly, he’s pretty beat up:
- he has sharp shooting pains in his muscles
- he can’t really move
- his skin is covered in blisters and rashes
- his back is burned to a crisp
- he feels like a complete failure
Sure he’s lost his credibility as a master illusionist and got bent out of shape in the process. But he didn’t stage this event to show the world his magic skills. He did it show the world his cut, upper body.
Check out the GMA interview here (via ontd)
It’s Best Night Ever for Wednesday, May 10th! Shea Hess is here to walk you through the best of Wednesday night tv, including Top Model, American Idol, Lost, and Unanimous!
Check out the newest entry from our “Dare to Air Promos Campaign” as directed by Edouard Salier of @radical.media. I love how chill and hallucinatory this is.
MESSAGE BOARD: The Panic Asylum. On his blog, rocker Dave Navarro describes the messageboard for his new band The Panic Channel as a “world of cathartic purging and rehabilitation” (6767)
PROP: An anonymous reader who shares the same name as one of our writers dropped off this eerie local commercial. We guarantee it’s the only furniture store ad that will ever give you nightmares. Thanks AlexBlagg whoever you are. Check out this link: (BWE’s Drop It Section)
HEADLINE: Woman, 74, Gets Revenge on Gator with Hose (Yahoo News)
BAKED GOODS: These final four American Idol cookies. Mmm, who should I eat first? (Televisionism)
If you caught Sunday night’s episode of Hogan Knows Best (or monday’s or tuesday’s) you may have recognized some one on the show. Yes, in fact it was Kevin Arnorld’s older brother Wayne from the Wonder Years pitching products for the Hulk to hawk. And no he’s not an actor. In fact Jason Hervey now runs Bischoff Hervey Entertainment, a company that “specializes in content creation and production for various broadcast outlets, licensing and merchandising and innovative brand integration solutions.” Basically, he’s the creative geniuses behind the Hogan Grill and probably the new Hogan Energy Drink.
So Paul’s a lawyer, Winnie’s a mathematician, Kevin directs sitcoms, but it looks like Wayne’s the only cast member who’s having any real fun. Did we mention he’s married to a porn star?
Just because my co-hort Bob hates joy and doesn’t watch LOST doesn’t mean we’re all clueless around here (though I admittedly to this day have never seen an episode of 24).
I’m all about the Losties and I can’t even tell you how excited I am for tonight’s episode. I mean SO MUCH happened last week, the mind is left reeling. To tide you over while you wait for the action, check out this interesting little site, submitted by a reader in the comments of the last LOST post. Also, for more of the full “LOST Experience”, check out this confusing-but-somehow-informative blog.
After the show tonight, this will be the official open thread.
Tom Hanks has just landed himself in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the Actor With The Most Consecutive $100 Million Grossing Movies Apparently, Hanks has appeared in 14 movies with a domestic gross of over $100 million, seven of which were consecutive. Sure it’s an honor for the multi-award winning actor. But more than that, it’s another record David Blaine can’t break.