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It is a truth universally acknowledged for folks in the entertainment biz that there is one rule more important than any other: the show must go on. For a young singer, even the dreaded hiccups were not enough to derail him. The show did go on, and it was awesome.
‘Tis the season for the holiday specials and songs and commercials to flood the market, and clothing store H&M is ahead of the curve. Apparently, however, “’tis the season” for H&M and Katy Perry means producing a commercial that is really, really creepy.
Sometimes weathermen and news anchors will also get up to wacky shenanigans. That’s exactly what happened, here, when Finnish weatherman Pekka Pouta decided to fuse his love for the weather with his love for Game of Thrones.
Over the past several years, John Lewis advertisements have become an emotional holiday staple, so much so that even though we don’t have the stores in the U.S. we here are CinemaBlend still look forward to the ads. The latest holiday advertisement is a doozy. Go ahead, try and make it through this ad without shedding a tear.
Unlike some TV games, Wheel of Fortune isn’t a game requiring a ton of skill, but players on the show need to have a semblance of common sense whenever they are trying to get letters on the board.
Every day the local news keeps on churning out content for local viewers, and every day leads to more opportunities to totally catch hilarious flubs and ridiculous fake segments. You can catch a seemingly faked accident, here.
Jeopardy! has been known to stump many a contestant during its lengthy run, and that’s exactly what happened when contestant Becky Sullivan flubbed an answer this week. We've got the video evidence.
it's been a day filled with plenty of references to the movie, and apparently, even Fox & Friends desired to get in on the action. During today’s episode of the Fox News program, Brian Kilmeade totally smacked his head getting out of a DeLorean on the news program. It’s too amusing
Fall means one things for certain portions of the United States: hurricanes. Hurricane Joaquin has unleashed unprecedented downpours on South Carolina that have led to widespread flooding. Fortunately, there are some who have managed to keep their spirits up in the face of foul weather.
You don’t expect the average person who agrees to come on Judge Judy’s show to be the sharpest tool in the shed. However, we’ve never seen anything quite so bad as this defendant who came into the TV host’s courtroom.
Sometimes the job of bringing information to the world can come at a severe cost. For one Mexican journalist, reporting in the field suddenly turned dangerous when the man encountered a moving car that wouldn’t stop.
This week, fans of the show capably got both when Jubal Lee Young and Amanda Preslar competed on the hit series. After a performance that turned some chairs, a particularly delightful proposal came from Jubal Lee Young after he got down on one knee on NBC’s The Voice.
Street reporters frequently have to deal with shenanigans in the background, from people waving to random pranks. Most of the time, the nonsense going on is harmless and can sometimes even be amusing; however, on occasion people in public can be really hostile.
There’s a certain embarrassment to being in negative numbers while playing with the family, but that’s nothing compared to an actual contestant being down thousands of dollars by the final round. Fortunately, contestant Talia Lavin made the most of a recent loss.
We don't often address the weirdos, good-natured oddballs and sometimes difficult people who pop up in the background of live TV segments when a reporter is just trying to get out the facts.