The CMA Awards Kick Off Tonight’s Festivities Online with ‘All Access’ LiveStream Coverage with Kellie Pickler and Ben Aaron

Walmart will bring together a special group of Country Music fans at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville to enjoy a special rendition of “Get Together” performed by Vocal Duo of the Year nominee Dan+Shay, in collaboration with New Artist of The Year nominee Lauren Alaina.…

Read More

Left-Wing Media’s Double Standard in Objectifying Right-Wing Women

For a group of people who are ultra-sensitive about political correctness, left-wingers seem to be quite comfortable in attacking right-wing women. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the daughter of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, was the victim last week of attacks from the Left — on television and…

Read More

‘Jeopardy!’ Champ Austin Rogers Tells Jimmy Fallon Why He Believes Alex Trebek Is a Hologram

After his 12-game winning streak on “Jeopardy!” came to an end, New York City bartender Austin Rogers collected his $411,000 winnings and stopped by “The Tonight Show” to tell host Jimmy Fallon why he thinks Alex Trebek is actually a hologram. “We got along fairly well. I still have a…

Read More

The Walking Dead Creator Confirms Fear The Walking Dead Crossover

The Walking Dead Season 8 marks 100 episodes for the series. To celebrate the milestone, showrunner Scott Gimple promised to kick off the season with an epic premiere featuring the baddie you love to hate, Negan. At this year’s New York Comic Con, The Walking Dead cast members Andrew Lincoln,…

Read More

Beloved Comedian Ralphie May Succumbs to Pneumonia, Passes Away at 45

Comedian Ralphie May has sadly passed away at the young age of just 45, according to reports. The comedian had reportedly been battling pneumonia for six weeks, but was still pushing through and performing all of his shows. According to TMZ, May died at a private residence in Las Vegas…

Read More

Bill O’Reilly: Returning to Fox News Was ‘Like a Big Party’

Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said that returning to the network last week for an interview on “Hannity” was “like a big party” following the “political hit job” that resulted in his ouster. O’Reilly told LifeZette Editor-in-Chief Laura Ingraham on her radio show Thursday morning that Fox News host…

Read More

Monty Hall of Game Show ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ Fame Dies at 96

LOS ANGELES—Monty Hall, the original host and co-creator of “Let’s Make a Deal,” the long-running game show that debuted in 1963, making kooky audience costumes and carnival-style bartering an institution on daytime television, has died, according to Associated Press. He was 96. Hall, who was also a dedicated philanthropist, died…

Read More

Julia Louis-Dreyfus Stricken with Cancer: ‘Today, I’m the One’

Award-winning “Veep” star Julia Louis-Dreyfus has breast cancer, she announced through social media on Thursday. The 56-year-old American actress revealed the diagnosis to her 750,000 Twitter followers, posting a note that read: “One in eight women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one.” “The good news is that I have…

Read More

Tim Allen on ‘Last Man Standing’: ‘Nothing More Dangerous’ Than a ‘Likable Conservative Character’

Tim Allen suggested Tuesday during an appearance on “Norm Macdonald Live” that the abrupt cancellation of his hit ABC sitcom “Last Man Standing” had something to do with his character’s politics. Mr. Allen, a conservative comedian who portrayed the politically conservative father of three, Mike Baxter, said “there’s nothing more…

Read More

Shania Twain Shows Off Her Acting Skills in Comedy Central Show

Shania Screen Shot 2017-09-24 at 4.46.58 AM Shania Twain may be known best as a country music star, but she just proved that her talent and personality go far beyond that arena. The Canadian queen of country-pop guest starred on a new episode of Comedy Central’s hit show, “Broad City,”…

Read More

Mel Brooks: ‘We Have Become Stupidly Politically Correct’

Veteran comedian and filmmaker Mel Brooks says political correctness is killing comedy and that some of his movies would never have been made in today’s climate. Mr. Brooks, 91, told BBC Radio 4 on Thursday that his 1974 comedy western “Blazing Saddles,” which satirized racism in Hollywood, would never be…

Read More

O’Reilly Warns Ingraham: The Left Is ‘Going to Come After You’

Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly warned LifeZette editor-in-chief Laura Ingraham that the far-left is “going to come after you” because the talk show landscape is a “hateful arena where the truth doesn’t matter,” during an interview Wednesday on “The Laura Ingraham Show.” O’Reilly, who left the network in April…

Read More

Commentary: A Brief History of the Road Runner vs. Wile E. Coyote

One of the former joys of the movie-going experience that today’s kids are totally unfamiliar with was the appearance of one or more animated cartoons that precede the feature film. Two classic Warner Brothers cartoon characters that captured youthful imaginations better than any others, were Wile E. Coyote and the…

Read More

Bill O’Reilly Spars with Matt Lauer over Fox News Ouster: ‘Don’t Be Sarcastic’

Sparks flew in NBC’s New York studios on Tuesday as author Bill O’Reilly arrived to talk about his new book and April ouster from Fox News Channel. “Today” show viewers who tuned in Tuesday morning witnessed the first major interview by Mr. O’Reilly since a spate of sexual harassment allegations…

Read More

Whoopi Goldberg of ‘The View’ Wonders if Conservatives ‘Orchestrated’ Antifa Violence

Whoopi Goldberg of ABC’s “The View” dabbled in conspiracy theories leading into the weekend by insinuating that conservatives “orchestrated” violence by so-called “anti-fascist” protesters since President Trump’s inauguration. The black-clad collection of left-wing activists known as antifa was a topic of conversation for the ladies of “The View” on Friday,…

Read More

‘Duck Dynasty’ Member’s Shave-and-a-Haircut Leaves His Family Speechless – VIDEO

Screenshot – Jase Robertson Fall may be just around the corner, but for Duck Dynasty’s Jase Robertson, well, he was just getting around to doing a little spring cleaning … … of his face. The Robertson boys are as well known for their hair growth as they are for their…

Read More

Tech Company Fights for Parental Control of Video Entertainment

  “Watch movies and TV however the BLEEP you want.” That is the motto of a modern technological David taking on corporate Goliaths. VidAngel Inc. offers filtering of certain stream-on-demand media, said CEO Neal Harmon. Consumers have the option of removing objectionable content while watching Netflix, Amazon Prime and HBO…

Read More

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Producer Says Show a Trump-Era Allegory: ‘We’re Right On the Brink’

“Stark Trek” fans who tune in for CBS All Access’ addition to the popular franchise can expect science fiction fare inspired by the election of President Trump. A new band of heroes will tackle the “final frontier” this month when “Star Trek: Discovery” premiers, but the show’s executives said the…

Read More

McCarthy Dons “Spicey” Spicer Gear, Takes to the Streets of New York

Tennessee Star

  Melissa McCarthy reprised her role as White House Press Secretary Sean “Spicy” Spicer on the streets of New York Friday in preparation to host the upcoming episode of Saturday Night Live. Locals tweeted McCarthy’s antics: So guys…this just happened on 59th St in NYC. @melissamccarthy @NBCSN #Spicey pic.twitter.com/PtOpneSRGU —…

Read More

Kellyanne Drops Rhetorical Atom Bomb On Chuck Todd Over Media’s Crowd Obsession

Kellyanne Conway

Kellyanne Conway told Chuck Todd to stop being so “dramatic” on “Meet The Press” Sunday. Todd initially asked her to explain why press secretary Sean Spicer was sent out Saturday to “litigate” the crowd size issue. “The fact that 29, 30 million women voted for Donald Trump for president. They…

Read More