- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Fri, Sep 20, 2013 10:29 AM EDT | Comments
"I keep telling Michael Symon to stop cuffing his pants and wearing his shirts untucked," says Kelly, "because it makes his legs look shorter than they already are."
If Symon seems to get the brunt of Kelly's constructive criticism, it's because the style guru doesn't even want to bother with Mario Batali.
"I would make over Mario, but I don't know if Mario Batali would be Mario Batali without the scrunchy and the Crocs … what am I gonna do with him?"
Kelly stopped by "Daily Shot" to talk about "The Chew" and his current gig as the spokesperson for mangos. (Who knew mangos needed a spokesperson?)
"Someone's got to get the word out," he says. "One cup of mango has just 100 calories and 100 percent of your vitamin C." He then gave a demo on the best way t...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Fri, Sep 20, 2013 10:21 AM EDT | Comments
"Golden Sisters" Mary, 82, Josie, 74, and Teresa, 74, are some of the funniest women on TV today. After a video of the sisters reacting to Kim Kardashian's sex tape went viral, the lovable ladies achieved fame in their senior years. And frankly, we want them to be our grandmothers.
We showed the gals one of the latest controversial music videos, Miley Cyrus's "Wrecking Ball," and their reactions did not disappoint. "What does her father think?" Teresa says. "Oh, her boyfriend's going to break off with her," Josie adds.
Though the sisters have lived full lives, they're still looking quite good for their ages. What are their secrets to staying young? "We laugh a lot, we eat a lot," Mary says. "And we don't take anything serious."
And while many people dread getting older, the ladies have a different perspective. "It's so beautiful!" Mary says. "You have no bills to pay anymore, your house is paid off. The kids are grown up, t...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Thu, Sep 19, 2013 9:34 AM EDT | Comments
As the editor of Eater LA, Kat Odell goes out to dinner almost every night. With so much time spent in restaurants, she's picked up a few tips along the way on how to score an epic dining experience.
If a restaurant is all booked up, never fear. "Go in a little bit earlier and sit at the bar," she recommends. "Become friends with the bartender, and a lot of times they'll help you get a table."
Kat's second tip involves just a tiny bit of bribery. "Chefs love to drink, so bring some beer, bring a bottle of whiskey to the restaurant, have it sent to back to the kitchen," she encourages. "I'm sure you'll get a couple of extra dishes."
When trying a new restaurant, Kat adopts the wisdom passed down to her from her father, who said, "You can always judge a restaurant by the quality of bread and butter, or olive oil, that it serves at the beginning of a meal."
To find out what Kat says you can tell from a res...Read More »
After years of unsuccessfully trying to have kids, Mia and Rozonno McGhee got the ultimate surprise: sextuplets. Now that their children are 3 years old, the couple have had some time to figure out what works. They stopped by the "Daily Shot" studios (kids in tow!) to offer up some of the parenting tips they've learned along the way.
Their first tip is "Punish them according to their personality," because what works for one child, like a timeout, doesn't necessarily work for another, who might learn more from having a favorite toy taken away.
The McGhees' second tip is work together as a team. While the pair admit they sometimes disagree about parenting, they know they have the same goal in mind. "We always try to make it work for the family," Mia says.
Mia and Rozonno also explain that they work better as parents when they're able to plan for quality time together without the kids. "Always take out time for yourself" is their third tip. "For...Read More »
- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Tue, Sep 17, 2013 10:11 AM EDT | Comments
"The Biggest Loser" is now in its 15th season, and host Alison Sweeney is as passionate as ever about inspiring people to live healthier lives.
"Everyone relates to feeling unhappy with their weight," she says. "It's an ongoing battle. Even if you've beaten it, you're still dealing with it. Every day you have to make healthy decisions."
Making healthy decisions can be challenging, especially if the smell of bacon is in the air on set. After craft services cooked up BLTs for the staff during one taping, Alison gave them a hard time for torturing the contestants. "It was brutal," she says. "Everybody could smell bacon." The host told the story so often that craft services started featuring healthier foods. "The producers were like, 'Ali can't go on telling people about that.'"
In her continued efforts to promote healthy living, Alison partnered up with Arnold Bread for the Feed Your Better campaign and sweepstakes, which encourages participants to...Read More »