Mereditih Vieira, Willie Geist, Carson Daly, Maria Menounos, Tamron Hall, Al Roker, Savannah Guthrie, Matt Lauer, Hoda Kobt , Kathie Lee Gifford - Halloween 2015: Good grief! The TODAY show gang goes 'Peanuts' - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 30th October 2015
Mereditih Vieira, Willie Geist, Carson Daly, Maria Menounos, Tamron Hall, Al Roker, Savannah Guthrie, Matt Lauer, Hoda Kobt , Cathy Lee Gifford - Halloween 2015: Good grief! The TODAY show gang goes 'Peanuts' at the Rockefeller Plaza in New York City at Rockefeller Plaza - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 30th October 2015
Maria Menounos - Variety and Women in Film Pre-Emmy Celebration Party sponsored by Mercedes-Benz and Fiji Water at Gracias Madre - Arrivals at Gracias Madre - West Hollywood, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015
The 35 year-old media personality has walked away from co-hosting the celebrity news channel but "there is no bad energy."
Maria Menounos will no longer work for 'Extra'.
The 35 year-old television personality is walking away from her post as co-host of the celebrity news program.
Menounos has worked on Extra, alongside Mario Lopez, for the last two years, but she is now walking away to "explore other options," Us Weekly reports.
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The horror stories of Jack Nicholson fans.
Several celebrities have been coming in with reports that Jack Nicholson, the man we all know and love from his numerous screen roles, might not be so lovable after all. One woman to feel the wrath of Nicholson was TV presenter and overall triple threat Maria Menounos, when she reportedly got on the wrong side of one of his “moments” during an LA Lakers Game at Staples Center.
“I get booted!" she revealed on Conan. "These guys come and pull us out of courtside. I’m like, ‘What is going on?’ ... I’m like hiding out of this hallway, and all of a sudden Jack Nicholson comes out of the bathroom, and he’s like, 'Hee hee hee.'"
"He got me kicked out! I heard later he called [LA Lakers owner] Jerry Buss and he had me removed!”
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South Korean pop star Psy – who recently signed to Scooter Braun’s (Justin Bieber’s manager) label – is now officially famous, having watched a flash mob dance in his honour. The singer became an overnight sensation when his video for ‘Gangnam Style’ went viral, and the now ubiquitous dance featured in the clip has led to flash mob dances across the United States.
Psy appeared at The Grove shopping mall in Los Angeles on Monday afternoon (September 17, 2012) for an interview with ‘Extra’, though was greeted by horse-riding dancers who had prepared a secret routine for him. The Korean star appeared stunned as hundreds of fans began dancing ‘Gangnam style’ in sync, with television presenter Maria Menounosleading the pack. The flash mob was actually the worst kept secret in Los Angeles, with Extra announcing plans for the dance on its website on Sunday, telling fans, “Wardrobe note: Please wear something comfortable or feel free to wear Psy-inspired clothing.” Nevertheless, the fans duly complied and turned up in their droves, head-to-toe in Psy-like garments.
The singer’s appearance comes a day before a group of lifeguards appeal against their sacking by El Monte City Council for making a Psy tribute video. The 13 workers were fired for spoofing ‘Gangnam Style’ though they’ve already got the backing of the man himself. Psy recently old MTV, “Unfortunately, I'm a rookie here. When I become a big star here, I really want to help them out because that's not fair. I don't think so…What did they do? They weren't wrong? I think it was off duty — that's what I heard. They can be more flexible to each other.”
Well, not exactly. While Malibu's Most Wanted featured a goofy white guy obsessed with rap culture -- to the extreme annoyance of everyone around him -- Kickin' It Old Skool gives us Kennedy as a goofy white guy obsessed with... breakdancing culture. The key difference? In Old Skool Kennedy is a coma victim who awakens 20 years after a junior-high talent show (after breakdancing his way to a concussion, of course), only to find a world that's unlike the '80s. Wait, haven't I seen this movie before?
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