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Livewire! Your news.......with sass. Presented by Jojo Siwa headphones. Act like Jojo Siwa and pretend you're throwing shade at Justin Timblerlake. And now from our Game Show Live! Newsroom, here comes Pierre Kelly!

Me: Thank you Madi2theMax, welcome to Livewire! The first one of 2019. The newsroom have been working hard over the holidays to give you the latest and greatest stories even from home on holidays....and sick days......and vacation days too. And now Friday is our get wired!

What in the heck happened to Brian Dunkleman? Well......

Brian Dunkleman -- the former co-host of "American Idol" -- is now making a living as an Uber driver.
Dunkleman is in the middle of a divorce with Kalea Dunkleman. He submitted financial docs -- obtained by TMZ -- disclosing his occupation as "Uber driver." He says he started the job in March 2016 and continued to this day.
Brian says he works about 45 hours a week and pulls in around $800 a week.
Dunkleman says he has $2,000 in his checking account. He pays $1,500 in rent per month and his expenses total $1,605 each month.

THE TALK announced live today that Carrie Ann Inaba has joined as a new host of the Daytime Emmy Award-winning talk show. Inaba made her official debut today, joining Eve, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne and Sheryl Underwood. Throughout the past two seasons, Inaba has appeared as a recurring guest co-host on THE TALK.
"Everyone's Talking about it, and I'm excited to confirm it. We're welcoming Carrie Ann Inaba to THE TALK table," said Angelica McDaniel, Executive Vice President, Daytime Programs, CBS Entertainment. "Carrie Ann connects with audiences by being genuine. We appreciate her warmth, heart and vulnerability, and love what she brings to the show."
"Having the opportunity to sit at the table with Eve, Sara, Sharon and Sheryl has been such an enriching experience, and I'm honored and looking forward to joining them daily," says Carrie Ann Inaba. "It's the authentic conversations and connection with the audience and the ladies that really drew me to THE TALK. I feel very fortunate to be a part of this show."


Gordon Ramsay and his wife make an announcement over the holidays.
The famed chef and reality star is going to be a father of five, as he and Tana revealed they are expecting another baby. 

The couple shared their big news on Instagram on Tuesday, January 1, with Tana showing off her large baby bump. 

"Exciting news ! Happy new year from all the Ramsay's," Gordon, 52, captioned a video that showed his four adult children wishing fans a happy new year before the camera panned down to Tana's pregnant belly. 

Gordon and Tana, 44, were able to conceive less than two years after a devastating miscarriage. 
"And guess what, happy new year because we've got another one coming. Oh, my lord!" the Hell's Kitchen and MasterChef star exclaimed. 

Gordon and Tana are already parents to Megan, 21; twins Holly and Jack, 19; and Matilda, 17. They could all be heard cheering in the background when the baby news was announced. 

Tana suffered a miscarriage five months into her last pregnancy in June 2016. 

Gordon, who also serves as a judge on MasterChef Junior, disclosed on Facebook at the time, "Hi guys, Tana and I want to thank you so much for your support over the past couple of weeks." 

"We had a devastating weekend as Tana has sadly miscarried our son at five months," he continued. "We're together healing as a family, but we want to thank everyone again for all your amazing support and well wishes." 

According to Pride, Double Dare, a Nickelodeon game show, had its first same-sex couple of the show!
The game show, currently on its third season, features families who compete against each other in trivia and obstacle courses. Well, in this past episode, the show decided to change up their contestants. In addition to their typical contestants, the show features a family with two dads.
Longtime viewer of the blgo Chad Mosher tweeted this.....

Last year, Game Show Live! held a staff training program and in addition, there was internship to the program. Yes, they hand me iced coffee, research hours of game shows and play Jackbox during lunch breaks, and I'm going to spotlight one who'll soon be a recurring character. Please meet the Intern from behind the TPIR turntable, Daralyn.

Project Engagement

Heidi Klum has said yes to Tom Kaulitz of the rock group Tokio Hotel. Here's what she said.

"I SAID YES," the model and "America's Got Talent" judge captioned in an Instagram photo Monday showing her and her fiance smiling side by side.
On Kaulitz's face rests Klum's hand, which has two diamond rings on the left ring finger and two baubles on the thumb. reported Klum, 45, and Kaulitz, 29, made their first public appearance as a couple in May.
Klum has four children with singer Seal, her former husband.
They were married from 2005 to 2014.

And now a Four-word Review of The Masked Singer.


I've got....2 tickets to.....Fantasy Land?

Compete by Setting a Weekly Lineup of Bachelorettes Based on Categories Ranging From Who Will Get a Rose to Who Will Say, 'I'm Here for the Right Reasons'
Grand Prize Winner Gets Fantasy Trip for Two to 'The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose' in Los Angeles Next Summer
The Bachelor Fantasy League, the official fantasy game of ABC's hit romance reality series "The Bachelor," is back with an all-new, re-imagined game experience for the 2019 season. Introducing a new format that allows fans to set a weekly lineup and earn fantasy roses based on how their Bachelorettes perform in each of the categories, the new Bachelor Fantasy League will bring viewers even closer to the action each week as Colton Underwood searches for his true love during the 23rd edition of the show.
Developed by Disney's Direct to Consumer & International (DTCI) Technology division, The Bachelor Fantasy League is available now at and on the ABC app and ESPN Fantasy app for iOS and Android mobile devices. The new season of "The Bachelor" premieres MONDAY, JAN. 7 (8:00-11:00 p.m. EST), with a live, three-hour special on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.
Fans playing The Bachelor Fantasy League game have the opportunity each week to set a lineup of Bachelorettes, anticipating who they think will get them the most fantasy roses based on specific categories for each week. Weekly categories may include predicting which Bachelorette will receive a rose from Colton, who will kiss Colton, who will say "I'm here for the right reasons," and more. Each Monday during the season, fans will have until 7:59 p.m. EST to set their lineups. Fans can join The Bachelor Fantasy League and start to earn roses at any point throughout the season. Also, fans who forget to update a lineup for a given week can still receive points for any of the remaining Bachelorettes carried over from the previous week's lineup.
In addition to competing with family and friends, fans who earn fantasy roses will be entered into a drawing for the chance to win The Bachelor Fantasy League Grand Prize: a three-day, two-night fantasy trip for two to Los Angeles to attend "The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose" special for the next season of "The Bachelorette" in 2019.


Making a Deal....Just in case.

SHOWTIME will premiere Howie Mandel's first solo comedy special in 20 years, HOWIE MANDEL PRESENTS HOWIE MANDEL AT THE HOWIE MANDEL COMEDY CLUB, on Friday, January 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. To watch and share the teaser for the special, go to:

In HOWIE MANDEL PRESENTS HOWIE MANDEL AT THE HOWIE MANDEL COMEDY CLUB, Mandel's buoyant presence embraces the old and welcomes the new with his return to the comedy special arena at the club that bears his name. Directed by Brian Volk-Weiss and filmed at Howie Mandel's Comedy Club in Atlantic City, Mandel exercises his mastery of making the mundane hilarious as he tells tales about his 40-year marriage, life and career.


Time to check the Game Show Live! bulletin board.

Jan. 3, 2019 / PRZen / LOS ANGELES -- The Whiteboard Challenge Game Show is scheduled to film its pilot episode on Saturday April 27, 2019 at Cross Campus in Downtown Los Angeles from 2pm to 5pm.

The Whiteboard Challenge Game Show is a revolutionary game show taking aim at the tech-industry's interview process.  With decades of experience in the industry, Michael Kureth envisioned a game show that would introduce the masses to what actually happens in the interview conference rooms of top tech companies.

Three contestants will have the chance to impress the judges, all tech-industry insiders, for a chance to show off their technical prowess both on the whiteboard and in a timed coding event.   With a set of tokens, players will be able to change the outcome of their own whiteboard session while hindering that of their colleagues.

Filmed in Los Angeles in front of a live audience of industry professionals, contestants compete for prizes and recognition.  Being crowned champion labels one contestant as the true "rockstar" above all in an over saturated tech industry where everyone is claiming to be a software engineer.

To guarantee seating for professionals and avoid interruptions, we kindly ask that no recruiters attend the event.


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We have a new tradition here at Game Show Live! Our front desk receptionist in front of the Stone-Stanley Fun House Tessa Netting is making her debut at the start of every year on Livewire! with her world famous.........year in review. Esketit!!!!

That's all for now, but remember one thing: Can anybody from American Idol get a job after your time in the spotlight? 

So until next time and all the on playas. 


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