Kelly Ripa’s got a new memoir, Live Wire: Long-Winded Short Stories, to hawk, and while hawking it, she brought up her complicated relationship with her longtime co-worker Regis Philbin. Regis and Kelly hosted Live! with Regis and Kelly together for ten years. Kelly claims Regis’ teasing was a huge point of contention in their early years, but ultimately the two of them had a great relationship. And somewhere, on a Carnival cruise ship underneath the moon and stars, friend and former co-host Kathie Lee Gifford received a Lifeline from Regis with a simple message; GET HER!! Because now, Kathie Lee is clapping back at Kelly’s memories of her relationship with Regis by letting everyone know that she will not read Kelly’s book.
51-year-old Kelly Ripa is the cover story of this week’s People magazine, and she’s talking about her new book out, Live Wire: Long-Winded Short Stories. Kelly Ripa is apparently telling all, so I’m sure there will be stories of how she and her husband, Mark Consuelos, emotionally damaged their children through their abundant sex life, and maybe we’ll hear more about her very interesting earlobe surgery. But Kelly also talks about hosting Live! With Regis and Kelly with Regis Philbin. She calls their relationship complicated and calls the chapter about him in her book “the hardest chapter to write.” Hmm, and yet it’s easy for her to talk about her children walking in on her mid-coitus on TV?
Kelly Ripa And Mark Consuelos Demonstrate The Odd Way They Hold Hands And Admit Their Kids Are Disgusted By Them
Ryan Seacrest couldn’t host Live with Kelly & Ryan on Monday (did ABC shoot their workhorse?!), so Kelly Ripa’s husband Mark Consuelos filled in. And 30 seconds into the show, the couple revealed some very strange personal information. Nope, it wasn’t another story about their daughter walking in on them having sex. It was about how they are “arm length incompatible”. Kelly explained that, typically, a person’s wingspan should be the exact length of their body. But her arms are 4 inches too short, and Mark’s are 4 inches too long. This means they cannot hold hands like a normal couple; Kelly’s hand can’t reach the hand at the end of Mark’s never-ending arms!
In The Grand Tradition Of Daytime TV Costume Nonsense, Here’s How All The Morning Shows Did Halloween
When it comes to the Spooky Season of which we currently find ourselves in, there’s nothing more festive than waking up, turning on the television, and seeing a collection of costumes that are bound to make you say, “What in the sweet spooky fuck is going on here??“. It’s daytime TV’s annual Halloween celebration, which means a whole mess o’ busted costumes, messy wigs, concepts to inspire confusion and a general feeling of second-hand cringe, and references that will look so heinously dated by next year’s Halloween. I mean, when else am I going to see Ryan Seacrest dressed up like a little lad who likes berries and cream, getting manhandled by the anonymous enforcers from Squid Game?
Because You Can Never Get Enough “Tiger King,” Here’s A Roundup Of Daytime TV’s Halloween Extravaganzas
It’s All Hallows Eve eve, and that means it’s time to see what magical and amazing Halloween costumes are possible when you have the budget of a major television network at your disposal and access to the best hair, costume and makeup professionals in the business before realizing that your mom and her 1970s Singer sewing machine did it better.
As usual, Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest went with a wide selection of trending Twitter topics for inspiration, serving up a plethora of 2020 pop-culture costumes. And also as usual, the folks at Today made a big, chaotic, and possibly demonic mess with a salute to Broadway. And Ellen DeGeneres, well she tried to play nice this year by dressing up as a nurse “inspired by the real superheroes of 2020,” but got her ass dragged for not going as the maybe more appropriate Nurse Ratchet instead. This is Halloween 2020, what did we expect?
One of the more annoying memories of the early 2000s has to be the time when American Idol cursed us with Ryan Seacrest––and almost 20 years later, he’s still around, peddling that faux charm across every media platform in existence––even during quarantine. And when Ryan seemed like he was having some kind of medical emergency on live TV during the American Idol finale, his rep blamed good old exhaustion and now we’re hearing that ABC is worried that their hardest-working cyborg is overworked.