On the first day of filming “The Sound of Music,” Julie Andrews taught the seven von Trapp children how to sing “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.” As “Mary Poppins” hadn’t arrived in theaters yet, the young actors thought she was “genius.”
At that time, Andrews wasn’t the Academy Award-winning actress she is today – she was a 28 year old Broadway singer who had just made her first film and was ready to tackle her second. Fortunately, the second film would propel her into stardom.
“It made my career,” Andrews said on "The Oprah Show" today. “It was that big of a movie.”
"Showbiz Tonight" staffers are thrilled that Mariah Carey is pregnant. We’ve been staying away from the rampant speculation, and it made us wonder why everyone has been so obsessed with Mariah and Nick Cannon’s celebu-spawn? That’s our burning question today on "Showbiz Tonight!"
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We are fired up after Marie Claire magazine posted a blog titled 'Should Fatties Get a Room (Even on TV)?’. It was actually in response to a CNN.com story. Now there’s growing outrage coast-to-coast and, today, the explosive debate comes to "Showbiz Tonight."
The creator of the hit CBS show “Mike & Molly” has weighed in on the controversy surrounding a Marie Claire blogger’s remarks about the show and overweight people.
Mark Roberts told The Hollywood Reporter that he feels “protective” of the show’s stars, Billy Gardell and Melissa McCarthy, who portray an overweight couple who meet at Overeaters Anonymous and fall in love.
“Clearly, she realized she said some pretty hateful things,” Roberts said. “My initial reaction is she's talking about [Billy Gardell and Melissa McCarthy] and I love them.”
The Oprah Winfrey Network doesn't launch until January 1, but already it's stirring up controversy. The channel's official OWN logo was unveiled yesterday to mostly negative reviews.
The neon-sign-like logo is made up of big, bright letters, with a reddish-orange-yellowy "O," a lime green "W," and almost glowing purple "N."
Huffington Post readers commented that the logo resembles an art project crafted by a grammar-school student yet also seems quite appropriate as signage for a Las Vegas strip club.
He may be one of the sexiest men on the planet, but David Beckham doesn't want to talk about it. Sex, that is.
The soccer star admits he was horrified to discuss the birds and the bees with his 11-year-old son Brooklyn, so he let wife Victoria do the honors.
"We've had the talk with Brooklyn. It was more Victoria than me," the 35-year-old father of three revealed on Ryan Seacrest's radio show yesterday. "I had to walk out of the room because Brooklyn was sort of looking at me through the corner of his eye and laughing. I was thinking, 'I need to get out of here because this is a serious talk.' I was very uncomfortable."
Tom Cruise belting out Bon Jovi? It could happen!
Deadline.com reports that the 48-year-old superstar has been offered the role of a bartender in the upcoming movie adaptation of "Rock of Ages," the '80s themed Broadway musical featuring the songs of hair bands like White Snake, Styx, and Journey.
Cruise has reportedly been wanting to do a movie musical for quite some time, Deadline.com reports, but hasn't yet committed to the project.
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