We just LOVE seeing all this support for Bruce Jenner from his family!
[Image via Kim Kardashian Instagram]
He's such a good live performer!
As if Nick Jonas didn't sound amazing enough on Jealous, we're liking his new single Chains just as much.
Nick's not only great vocally, but the moment he kicks the mic stand back into his hand — gold.
We cannot get enough!
Ch-ch-check out Nick's live version of Chains (above)!!!
We don't say this lightly, but…
It Shoulda Been You is not only the best new musical of the current Broadway season - it is the best theatrical experience we have had since Here Lies Love.
It Shoulda Been You is everything we wish A Gentleman's Guide To Love And Murder was but isn't. And that won the Tony for Best New Musical last year!
This is a brand new musical that's not based on a movie or book or the songs of a famous artist.
We can't think of a single thing we disliked about the show! It did EVERYTHING right!
It Shoulda Been You feels a lot like an uproarious romantic comedy film (think My Best Friend's Wedding) set to songs, and that's partly due to the super effective choice of not having an intermission and to the show being written by a sitcom veteran and Broadway newcomer, Brian Hargrove, who's worked on such shows as Wanda At Large, Titus, Caroline In The City and more. He's also married to Frasier alum David Hyde Pierce, who makes his Broadway directorial debut skillfully helming this musical about a wedding with many twists and turns.
BUT, the great one-liners and humor would not land if it weren't delivered effectively and this great ensemble cast does a superb job of bringing the laughs! And it's a true ensemble with some mega talent! Everyone has their moment to shine!
And Lisa Howard, especially, gives a star-making performance as the sister who's not-so-lucky in love.
Wow! Wow! Wow! What a revelation she is!
The cast is rounded out by such talented actors! Tyne Daly, Harriet Harris, Sierra Boggess, David Burtka, Montego Glover, Chip Zien, Josh Grisetti, Adam Heller, and Nick Spangler all shine and are utilized to the best of their abilities!
We don't want to give away any of plot because there are so many surprises, which make the show so fun. But It Shoulda Been You isn't all fluff. Hargrove, who also wrote the lyrics in addition to the book, and composer Barbara Anselmi, have created some beautiful songs about love, acceptance, feeling "a little bit less than" and real meaningful themes! Plus there are just some hilarious songs as well!
We can't rave about it enough! It Shoulda Been You is a MUST see!!!!
What an unexpected delight!
Do you remember Rajee Narinesingh?
She was the woman who wanted to get some cheap plastic surgery, but ended up getting cement injected into her cheeks!
Well, after years of not living life to the fullest, Rajee decided to appear on the season premiere of Botched on E! to get some help.
In addition to wanting to get some licensed work done on her face, she also wanted Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow to see if they could help with her botched boob jobs as well!
But were the doctors able to help Rajee, or were her initial surgeries just too much work??
Ch-ch-check out Rajee on the second season premiere of Botched (above & below)!!!
Botched is back!
The hit E! docu-series that follows celebrity plastic surgeons Terry Dubrow and Paul Nassif returned on Tuesday night, and they certainly brought out the big guns for the second season premiere.
That's because they treated none other than Tiffany Pollard from I Love New York, who was in dire need of some reconstructive surgery on her breasts.
Once Tiffany really started to gain fame from her VH1 reality shows, she decided to get her boobs done, but has regretted ever since!
And on account that she was already going under the knife anyway, she had the good doctors fix her deviated septum while they were at it!
So how successful were the surgeries??
Ch-ch-check out Tiffany Pollard's Botched before and after (above & below)!!!
Suddenly Jake Gyllenhaal!
Jake Gyllenhaal's only 34 year old and he's already an Oscar nominated actor, so it seems as though he's changed his passions from the screen to the stage!
That's because after making his Broadway debut in Constellations opposite Ruth Wilson back in January, Jake is taking his talents back to New York to star in Little Shop of Horrors.
The cult favorite is being produced by Encores! Off-Center and will be the actor's first time starring in a musical, so we're really anxious to see how it plays out!