OK, Let's Try This Again
OK, let's try this again. I'm back on the blog, and you will be able to be on it, too. But this is my blog, and we’re going to keep an eye on the posts. I love seeing your feedback -- and I know you do too -- and want to keep it up. It's fun to read your take on things, and see what interests you. Just keep it clean. You know what I mean.
So let's try this again.
Moving on, as Stephen Colbert would say...
We're still a reality TV hotbed http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070113/ENT/701130348/-1/back01
We're still a reality TV hotbed, and the networks know it. The latest: Robert Hatcher, 26 of Westwood on "American Idol" premering Tuesday (, Chs. 19, 45). He's got a ticket to the Hollywood round next month in a story we just posted.
Hatcher is throwing a viewing party at Tuesday at Jazz in the Park II,
And we’ve got Michelle Yi, a UC fashion design student on "Survivor:
Do you know her?
And I need your help on a couple of others: Did you watch NBC Sunday night? Is P&G's Surya Yalamanchili still on "The Apprentice:
You’ve probably seen clips of George and Nick Clooney's
Nick covers a lot of ground in 30 minutes. He explains that George suggested they go over in March, after winning an Oscar, to use his clout to get some publicity about the genocide. And the documentary shows how it led to George addressing the United Nations Security Council in September.
It's a little weird seeing Nick formally interview George in a hotel room, but overall the show is a good overview of their campaign in the past year. With all the bad news or goofy things that some celebrities generate, it's impressive to see how one megastar and his father, a newsman living in tiny
Dancing with the Stars returns
For the first time, ABC will do two "Dancing with the Stars" series in one year, following the "Survivor" model for success. A new "DWTS" debuts Monday March 19, instead of Tuesday, to avoid going head-on with "American Idol." Results will air Tuesday, which could compete with the "American Idol" performances on nights that "Idol" goes two hours. ("Idol" will be down to the top 12 finalists starting Tuesday, March 13. )
No cast announced yet for "DWTS."
And don’t forget that Drew Lachey & Cherly Burke, Jerry Springer and Kym Johnson, and others will be here with the "DWTS" tour at US Bank Arena Wednesday night.