Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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Rob Lowe may be starring in two TV shows currently airing, but he's found one aspect of his industry that he's taking particular issue with:
The objectification of men on television!
While sexism is typically reserved for women in most fields, the 51-year-old Grinder and Moonbeam City star thinks men are really the ones facing discrimination!
In a recent interview, he said:
You'd think since Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs are co-stars on 2 Broke Girls, they'd be a little more in tune with each other!
But after the two appeared on The Tonight Show to play a game of Password against Jimmy Fallon, it's clear they aren't quite as in sync as their characters on the CBS comedy!
Fallon had a much more successful pairing with The Grinder star Rob Lowe, as the two were able to guess the words the 2 Broke Girls team fumbled over!
Check out the
The Game Show Network The Tonight Show clip (below) to see both teams struggle to guess the final cringeworthy word!
Wait… he's really 51-years-old??
Rob Lowe took a break from filming some television scenes on Friday afternoon and gave us all a gift by heading to the ocean!
The Grinder star was on set for the new show when he broke out during a dull period between shots, and ran down to the water in Malibu to have some fun in the sun — and as you can see (above) he gave us all a Baywatch moment coming out of the water!
Lowe body surfed for a while, showing off his tight chest and torso, and even waved and smiled at onlookers and cameras. Good guy Rob Lowe!
All we can say is… here's to all of us looking this good when we turn 51!!
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Yep, we totally didn't see this one coming!
On Tuesday, it was announced that Rob Lowe will star in a TV adaption of the Lion King called the The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar.
Lowe will voice a grown-up Simba, and the plot will center around the lion's second born son, Kion.
The series, which will preview with a one hour movie in November 2015 followed by a January 2016 release date, follows Kion as he becomes the leader of the Lion Guard, a group of animals tasked with protecting the Pride Lands.
A rep for Disney Junior quipped of the concept:
"It's kind of like The Lion King meets The Avengers."
Sounds inneresting! Check out a pic of Rob getting his Simba on in the recording studio (below)!
We lit'rally love this!
The Parks and Recreation actor is seen twirling around his room shirtless while lip-syncing to The Hills Are Alive from the Sound Of Music! LOVES it!