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Wayne Brady Is “Glad” He Called Out Men Sliding Into His Daughter’s DMs

Defending his daughter.On Wednesday, Nov.18’s all-new Daily Pop, Wayne Brady sounded off on his decision to call out men who were sending his underage daughter Maile direct messages on social media.”I’m glad we were able to put that dude on front street to make a point,” the Whose Line Is It Anyway? star told E!’s Carissa […]

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The Masked Singer Unmasks the Squiggly Monster

And then there were 10.  The Masked Singer just unmasked its sixth season four singer, closing out the group playoffs with one former Full House dad.Bob Saget was revealed to be the Squiggly Monster, making a whole lot of sense out of those clues calling him both a “father figure and a scoundrel.” Danny Tanner is […]

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Beyonce to Be Honored for Humanitarian Work at BET Awards

The BET Awards have announced several new additions to the show’s lineup, including tributes to NBA great Kobe Bryant and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Little Richard and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter receiving the Humanitarian Award.Lil’ Wayne will pay tribute to Bryant and Wayne Brady will honor Little Richard.The show airs Sunday from 8-11 p.m.Et/Pt on […]

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Why Tommy Chong Calls The Masked Singer an Actor’s “Worst Nightmare” Is Too Good

The Masked Singer is a dream for some, a “nightmare” for others.The Fox singing competition features celebrities from all areas of fame, from sports figures to Broadway stars and everyone in between.Legendary singers such as Patti Labelle and Gladys Knight were contestants.T-Pain and Wayne Brady won the first two seasons.Other contestants have included Destiny’s Child […]

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‘Let’s Make a Deal’ Host Monty Hall Dies at 96

Rest in peace, Monty Hall.  The host and co-creator of Let’s Make a Deal died at his home in Beverly Hills, California, on Saturday, his daughter, Joanna Gleason, confirms to The New York Times. Hall died of heart failure.He was 96.  The TV host made his debut with Let’s Make a Deal in 1963, turning audience […]

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