Madison Brunoehler: From Game Show Live!, this is.....................
Livewire! Yesterday's headlines today. Brought to you by....
Comic Movies left unproduced. If you can't do it, let Michael Bay or Darren....whomever last name is do it.
And now from our Game Show Live! Newsroom, here comes Pierre Kelly!
Me: Thank you Madi2theMax, welcome to Livewire! Before we dive into the headlines, yesterday was Jordan Sailors' Birthday. So.....
Happy Birthday, Joeykat. Here comes the news....................with sass.
One of the voice coaches is a father.........again.
Adam Levine and Bethati Prinsloo shared a baby bump photo Wednesday to announce she's expecting another baby with her husband, Maroon 5 singer and "The Voice" coach
"ROUND 2....." she captioned a picture on Instagram of herself showing off her growing belly.
Prinsloo and Levine are already parents to daughter Dusty Rose, who turns one year old Sept. 21. Sources told People the couple are "so happy" to expand their family.
"Adam and Behati are so happy to be adding another baby to their family," an insider said. "They're amazing parents and their loved ones are thrilled for them."
Read more at http://www.realitytvworld.com/news/adam-levine-and-behati-prinsloo-announce-theyre-expecting-second-child----round-2-1059911.php#5R2EIiymIBAvWC5L.99
Back to the news.
When you wish upon a (Beauty) Star.....
Wheelhouse marketing is hooking up with Lifetime tv to find the next American Beauty Star. Who's the next Kandee Johnson or Grav3yardGirl? You'll see why.
There's no place like.....women getting drunk wine at home.
Production on Season 22 of The Bachelor is underway, as filming began on Wednesday, September 20 in Los Angeles, CA, and show creator Mike Fleiss is providing fans with updates along the way on Twitter.
"Night One!!! #TheBachelor," Fleiss tweeted yesterday.
Fleiss then shared a photo of himself at The Bachelor's famous mansion with the franchise's longtime host Chris Harrison, ABC reality chief Robert Mills, and Arie himself.
Fleiss captioned the image of the four smiling men, "Guess who's back? Back again. Arie's back. Tell a friend. #TheBachelor #JanuArie."
A few hours later, Fleiss told fans there was a "fantastic group of women" competing for the professional auto racer turned real estate agent from Scottsdale, AZ.
"[Arie] has got some tough choices to make tonite... #the bachelor," Fleiss tweeted.
The Bachelor star always eliminates a group of ladies following the meet-and-greets and the season's first cocktail party.
Arie's participation on The Bachelor's 2018 edition, which will premiere in January, was officially announced earlier this month.
Read more at http://www.realitytvworld.com/news/arie-luyendyk-jr-the-bachelor-season-begins-filming-mike-fleiss-shares-first-photo-22770.php#35jL37pxRr5i1Uc4.99
Changed your Mind yet?
Change Your Tune has been commissioned by ITV, and will challenge five terrible singers to master the perfect vibrato in front of a live studio audience. Each contestant will show how bad their singing is, before they given the chance to take on weeks of training and compete to try and win the show. The studio audience will score each performance and the level of improvement. Each week the winning contestant will walk away with a cash prize.
Read more at: http://www.wakefieldexpress.co.uk/news/new-itv-game-show-is-looking-for-the-country-s-worst-singers-1-8761967
Does this remind you of something?
Oh yeah. The WB's Supertsar USA. An sole attempt to fool American Idol.....and failed after just one lone season.
Sticking with the CW.......stare at this if you will.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7
8:00-8:30 AM DOG WHISPERER WITH CESAR MILLAN: FAMILY EDITION
8:30-9:00 AM DOG WHISPERER WITH CESAR MILLAN: FAMILY EDITION
9:00-9:30 AM DOG WHISPERER WITH CESAR MILLAN: FAMILY EDITION
9:30-10:00 AM DOG WHISPERER WITH CESAR MILLAN: FAMILY EDITION
10:00-10:30 AM BRAIN GAMES: FAMILY EDITION
10:30-11:00 AM THIS OLD HOUSE: TRADE SCHOOL
Read more at http://thefutoncritic.com/news/2017/09/12/the-cw-announces-fall-2017-one-magnificent-morning-saturday-morning-line-up-629514/20170912cw01/#piUAA7JOqLMi8ZCW.99
That of course, was all you get, but Save to Win...........is gone!
Yep. After all but one season, the Family Dollar sponsored game show is shuttering the doors for good. All is well on Saturday Mornings.
Time for something you don't know..............About Nickelodeon's GUTS.
1. Guts once had a mascot......no kidding.
Its name was ‘Stretch,’ and the seemingly human relative of Cheesasaurus Rex only inhabited onscreen graphics for event categories during the first couple seasons.
2. While the series
was developed, producers ran ideas by kids.
“The development process of the show started with Nickelodeon saying, ‘We'd like to do some kind of crazy, off-the-wall sports show,’ and then from that we went out and talked to kids and pitched them ideas,” Andy Bamberger (vice-president of production of Nickelodeon Studios) told ET.
3. They came up with a human pinball game....once.
GUTS had its fair share of events with bizarre premises (looking at you, recumbent tricycle races), but this one did not make the cut.
“We do a lot of elastic sports events, which involve using elastic cords to give kids heightened gymnastic ability,” Albie Hecht (co-creator and executive producer of GUTS) told ET. A major component of GUTS was the introduction of elastic sports, which allowed contestants to sometimes fly 15 feet through the air to dunk basketballs or perform a macro-sized long jump.
5. Hopefuls were tested for athleticism. Sorry, no drug tests.
This audition phase included testing for gymnastic ability, basketball scoring and obstacle course speed. Producers also wanted to ensure kids weren’t being pressured to be on the show and that competing on GUTS (and national television) was something they wanted to do.
6. Where did the Extreme Arena came about?
Early on, producers got together to discuss building a mini-arena where every event could be held in one location. During one such energetic meeting, a marker was passed around as everyone took turns writing down ideas for their vision of what the arena should contain. By the end, Scott Fishman (Nickelodeon executive in charge of production) claims the sketch pad they were using looked like it had been written with “a 3-year old’s crayon.”
7. Nick hired a stunt team for help.
“Safety is the No. 1 concern when we're dealing with kids at Nickelodeon, and there's a number of steps that we take in order to ensure safety,” said Fishman. Watching the show now, you can easily spot a dozen adults who look terrified that Brandon from Newark might get tangled in the elastic jungle.
8. One stunt coordinator make Nick execs test out the equipment.
“They thought it was easy, but it was not easy, as they found out,” stunt coordinator Kim Kahana told ET. He believed it was important for them to get a sense of each event from a kid’s perspective.
9. One common injury: bruises on the Aerial bridge
Kahana claimed they made each event “kid proof,” but the few injuries they encountered were mostly from jumping back onto the aerial bridge.
and 10: it's a throwback costume.
And that's something you don't know....about Nickelodeon Guts. Do you Have it?
Carly Smashes September is almost over, so let's spend some time with a makeup tutorial.
And here's her vocal ability.
That's all for now, but remember one thing: Will Nick ever reboot Think Fast?
So until next time and all the time....play on playas.