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Another one bites the dust!
Sony Pictures Television and Harpo Studios have announced that after the second season wraps, The Nate Berkus Show will be canceled, most likely due to its high cost to produce and also to make room on the schedule for new NBC and CBS talk shows coming from Steve Harvey and Jeff Probst!
Sony and Harpo said in a joint statement
Out magazine has named their best and worst dressed gay men and we were robbed! Ha!
Here's the top 10 for each category:
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Die-hard Oprah Winfrey fans should book a flight to Atlanta, Georgia for October 15th because the creator of O Magazine has just announced she is personally appearing at the 2011 O You!
The Mz. Winfrey will join O contributors and her hand-picked experts for an interactive day of panels and workshops that are designed to empower and inspire attendees to live their best life.
Lifestyle seminars and workshops at the 5th annual event will be taught by such names as:
"New York Times best-selling author and O’s resident life coach Martha Beck; interior design expert Nate Berkus; political strategist and author Donna Brazile; Oprah Magazine’s creative director Adam Glassman; Oprah’s longtime trainer Bob Greene; Oprah Magazine’s beauty director Val Monroe; Emmy Award-winning television host and O columnist Suze Orman; cardiothoracic surgeon and health expert and O columnist Dr. Mehmet Oz; and organizational management expert Peter Walsh."
Tickets are on sale for $125, but readers of Oprah Magazine will have a chance to win a trip for two! Click here to meet the panelists and get your tickets today!
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Wow! He certainly has a 'take no prisoners' attitude, doesn't he?!
Apparently, Nate Berkus was so bent on securing a specific (but unindentified) celebrity as a guest on his daytime talk show, that he had no problem throwing his competition - Martha Stewart and Wendy Williams - under the bus as a ploy to win them over!
Check out some HIGHlights from a pitch letter that he sent their people (below)!
NATE OUTDELIVERS MARTHA
·Nate delivers more than one million more viewers than Martha's Hallmark show. Nate averages about 1.2 million total viewers so far this season, while Martha's talk show averages only about 220,000 total viewers.
NATE IMPROVES TIME PERIODS, WHILE WENDY UNDERPERFORMS THEM
·This November, Nate delivers a 0.6 rating among Women 25-54, building its time periods from a 0.5 base, up +20 percent over last November.
·Wendy Williams also delivers a 0.6 rating among Women 25-54, but that is down from its time periods' 0.7 last year, -14 percent.
clASSy move, bb!
The real question is, however, if the kind of people to whom he sends that kind of pitch actually respond positively to it! Personally, we'd find it a little tacky!
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This must be such a honor for him!
As we posted, Ricky Martin has landed on the cover of Out Magazine's Out 100 as Entertainer of the Year, alongside the five other honorees, which include:
Wonderful! They've all been so instrumental this year, and made such huge breakthroughs on behalf of the LGBT community!
Ricky Martin opened up to the magazine in an absolutely wonderful interview, and says about his appearance at the HRC dinner:
“Something as simple as standing at that dinner and saying, ‘I’m gay,’ creates so may emotions I’ve never felt before. I didn’t do it earlier because of fear, and bottom line it was all in my head. I was seduced by fear and I was sabotaging most of my life—my music, my relationships with my friends, with my family, with everybody. That’s something I need to share because I know that a lot of people are going through what I went through, no matter what their age, and fear cannot control us.”
How inspiring! And so true!
We cannot commend him enough for taking such a giant step - we know how frightening it must have been for him, but his bravery has helped, and will continue to help, so many others!
CLICK HERE to check out the others featured in the Out 100, and check out some of the GORGEOUS photos taken by Jason Schmidt (below)!