Kim Kardashian West is a changed woman!
The celeb even walked Ellen through some of the terrifying robbery, explaining:
[Image via The Ellen DeGeneres Show]
This is so cool!
At her performance in Cerritos, California last night, Kristin Chenoweth had a surprise for her guests: Hairspray Live! star Maddie Baillio!
And Baillio didn't just walk on stage and say hi — she sang, too!
The pair performed Kristin's For Good together on stage last night, and WE have the EXCLUSIVE video of the performance for you now today!! Magical!!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and let us know what you think about this AH-mazing set of vocals from both lovely ladies (below)!!!
There might not be a Friends reboot on the horizon, but there is a musical in the works!
Yup, an unauthorized musical parody of the hit comedy is coming to the stage at the The Triad in NY this Fall!
The show was created by our Full House! The Musical! pals, Bob and Tobly McSmith, who were also responsible for creating 90210! The Musical!, Katdashian: The Musical!, and countless others.
And we're already hyped for this musical as the McSmiths (AKA as the parody kings) have transformed some of the show's most iconic moments into HIGHlarious musical numbers. Specifically, Friends! The Musical! features original songs such as How You Doing, Ladies?, We Were On A Break!, Oh. My. God. It's Janice!, etc.
Although the premiere for the Friends musical parody isn't until later this year, advanced tickets are going on sale in June. If you're interested in catching this musical, we suggest you snag your tixs well in advance. Why? Well, in the past, the stars from the TV shows the McSmiths parodied have popped up in the audience.
April Fools is off to an amazing start!
On Friday, a trailer for Grannie — a new spoof of the classic musical Annie – was released featuring Kathy Griffin as the oldest orphan alive, Lisa Rinna as Miss Hannigan, and our favorite casting decision, Colton Haynes as Daddy Warbucks!
The parody includes hilarious takes on the iconic songs Tomorrow, It's A Hard Knock Life, Little Girls, and I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here — all while telling the story of how Grannie finally escapes the orphanage and finds a forever home.
Although we kinda wish it would… don't expect this one to be hitting theaters anytime soon!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!!
We're all pretty bizarre, right??
At least that's what Bradley Bredeweg, the executive producer behind Freeform's The Fosters, and Rockwell Table & Stage's executive producer Kate Pazakis are hoping for!
Following the success of their rock musical Romeo & Juliet: Love is a Battlefield starring Corbin Bleu and Ashley Argota, Bradley and Kate are joining forces again for a genre and film classic fusion inspired by The Breakfast Club!
We're so here for it!
The Last Breakfast Club will follow the beloved characters living in a post nuclear war world, and we can only imagine how it will play out.
Announcing the summer show, Bradley gave us the EXCLUSIVE scoop:
He's more than earned some time off to rest and be with family, and it looks like Barack Obama is using that time to the best of his ability right now!
This week, the former President found himself in New York City for a business meeting, and then he spent Friday night out on the town with daughter Malia, even taking in a Broadway show!
President Obama looked relaxed, rested, and happy while meeting people and shaking hands, as you can see (below):
Watching NCIS Los Angeles star Barrett Foa on Monday night at Rockwell Table & Stage recreate a New Jersey production of Les Miserables he went to was one of the most thrilling pieces of cabaret we have ever seen!!!