I'm sure you've seen all the press on what I'm calling Embryo-Gate between Actress Sophia Vergara and her ex Nick Loeb. Basically he wants control of the Embryos the two created while they were a couple. Here's my question
Paula Deen had her first interview following the controversy over racist comments in a deposition and her subsequent firing from the Food Network -- and to say her conversation with 'Today' host Matt Lauer was a tearfully brutal affair would be a vast understatement.
A man attempted to commit suicide -- or at least garner a lot of attention -- in front of a live taping of the 'Today' show. And while the program has been in a ratings slump, this probably wasn't what it had to mind to fix that.
Matt Lauer and Al Roker from the "Today Show" were broadcasting from Oklahoma yesterday. And Al figured it was as good a time as any . . . while standing amid the rubble . . . to clown around and growl like a dog. Matt wisely ignored him.
Karma is a word that rhymes with "witch."
Not long after Matt Lauer reportedly had NBC give Ann Curry the boot at 'Today,' the longtime morning show host may well be on the chopping block himself.
Al Roker truly is a man of the people. He loses weight. He makes jokes. He video bombs 'Today Show' segments by freezing in place. And apparently he can't resist telling everybody when he has a little accident at the White House. The admission, which came out during an interview on 'Dateline,' has him catching all kinds of flak, but we have to admit we're impressed.
Remember the homeless man Ted Williams -- nicknamed "The Man With the Golden Voice"? His story captivated America two years ago when he was discovered by a reporter. I was really interested in his story because he went from being a radio personality to being homeless.
As if we needed another reason to hate the Kardashians...
At 8:46 a.m. on Tuesday, September 11, most national news outlets took a break from their regular programming to air a special "moment of silence" from New York City and Washington D.C. to honor the victims of 9/11. We say "most" because, as it turns out, not everyone was a participant. While FOX, CBS, ABC, CNBC and MSNB