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September 5, 2015


Kevin James Hosting Nick's 'Kids' Choice Awards'

by Danny Gallagher, posted Feb 16th 2010 7:00PM
The actor, comedian and former 'King of Queens' star will host this year's Nickelodeon awards show.

Kevin James has been announced as the host of the 23rd annual 'Kids' Choice Awards' set to air on March 27.

What a shame. That means his breathtaking tour-de-force film 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop' won't be eligible for a nomination, per the 'Kids' Choice' voting bylaws pact of 1997 overseen and enacted by former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, then-UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and the guy who played Barth on 'You Can't Do That on Television.'

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Now Paris has dropped out of the Billboard Awards

by Anna Johns, posted Dec 3rd 2006 9:46AM
paris hiltonParis Hilton has followed Britney Spears' lead by backing out of her hosting gig for Fox's Billboard Music Awards. Unlike Brit Brit, who didn't give a reason, Paris apparently quit the show because she didn't like the jokes that were written for her. She says that she didn't appreciate making jokes about people who are her friends. She couldn't come to an agreement with the producers about her scripts, so she quit.

This behavior pretty much goes along the lines of what Tina Fey told Howard Stern recently. She said that Paris takes herself way too seriously (oh, and she is stupid and sheds fake hair).

The hostless Billboard Music Awards air Monday on Fox at 8 pm. Musical guests include Janet Jackson, The Killers, Gwen Stefani, Fergie, Mary J. Blige, Nickelback, and Ludacris featuring Pharrell and Young Jeezy.

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Battlestar Galactica Season three preview airs during Eureka

by Jen Creer, posted Jul 20th 2006 7:50PM
Battlestar Galactica SealAuthor note: I adore BSG, and I am grateful for the opportunity to cover this preview. However, I must make a disclaimer: I have been watching BSG in DVD, and have not yet finished Season 2.1; my lack of some information about the season is reflected here, and that is why. Thanks to Luis for this tip. The creators of Battlestar Galactica have finally given us a juicy little morsel to chew on until October: on Tuesday night, the first peek of Season Three appeared on Eureka. Thanks to Bunch of Nerds for the clip, which you can see here. I'll wait.

So, as you can see, it looks like the flash-forward that occurred during the last half hour of Season Two was not JR's dream (so far as this little snippet shows us). Instead, the settlers are indeed still stranded on New Caprica, and likely to end up just as screwed as the inhabitants of the original Caprica during the season's pilot. The undercurrent of this little preview (complete with music by Nickelback! Which Bunch of Nerds hates, and I am starting to) is whether or not Galactica (aka, Adama) will return to rescue them. At one point, Lee tells Adama that the survival of the human race is the most important thing. But we all know what Lee should know by now: Adama always goes back.

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Bo Bice is still a cool cat

by Anna Johns, posted Dec 22nd 2005 12:49PM
I just finished reading a short interview with Bo Bice on the Pop Candy section of the USA Today website, and it reminded me why I like that guy so much. He's just so real, isn't he? Unlike any of the other American Idol contestants, he seems more like an artist than a singer. If he drank White Russians, he would totally be "The Dude" from The Big Lebowski. He still remains totally cool, even though he's had a huge year, including a runner-up slot on American Idol, an album, a concert tour, a wedding, a baby, and major surgery. That's like a lifetime wrapped into one little year!

The interview was done just before he was rushed to the hospital recently for complications from intestinal surgery, so it's a little bit out-of-date. In it, Bo tells Whitney Matheson (Pop Candy) that he's feeling fine, but is exhausted and hasn't had time to heal properly from the surgery. He also says that he's had a lot of star struck moments this year when he met people like Snoop Dogg, or band members from Audioslave and Nickelback. Bo still has a good head on his shoulders, saying that his latest album isn't going to make or break his career. He says he wants to create a respectable legacy, both in music and in his family. I just adore that man!

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