- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Wed, Jun 5, 2013 10:17 AM EDT | Comments
You know that diet soda isn’t the most nutritious thing you can put in your body. But Jayson and Mira Calton, authors of Rich Food Poor Food, tell Ali that it’s just a few degrees of separation from embalming fluid.
The husband-and-wife nutritionist team brought a list of scary-sounding ingredients that are mixed into some of the most commonly available food items on the shelves.
Kraft Mac N Cheese, they explained uses Yellow 5 and Yellow 6 to get that vibrant color. Those ingredients are ‘coal tar derivatives.’ Coal tar is also found in lice shampoo. “This is all I feed my kids!” Ali admitted. Except that she feeds them Annie’s brand, which the Caltons deemed safe for consumption.
WATCH: Do feed your kids this...
Next up, the Caltons took on white bread. “If you’re not gonna eat the sole of your sneaker, “ said Mira, “I don’t think you should eat azodicarbonamide, which is an ingredient in a loaf of bread.” She explained it’s used to whiten flour, but is also an asthma-causing all...Read More »
Heather and Terry Dubrow from Real Housewives of Orange County stopped by to chat with Ali about the fireworks erupting on this season so far. First up: their on-camera fight where the word ‘divorce’ was mentioned. Heather assures Ali that it was just a regular bump in the marriage road. “You know what the truth is? I think that if every week we were running through fields of daisies…how boring would that be?”
Ali then went on to ask about Terry’s work as a plastic surgeon. He and Heather swear she’s had no work done, least of all by him. “I will eventually,” she said, “and everyone already assumes I’ve had everything done.”
Terry said one of the biggest surprises patients have comes from unrealistic expectations about how long recovery will take. “There’s a lot more numbness, pain, bruising, swelling,” than people assume.
And the most painful surgery, he says, is a tummy tuck. “Because you...Read More »
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Mon, Jun 3, 2013 1:52 PM EDT | Comments
Kim and Alaska Gedeon were dating for six years before they got engaged. But before they got married, they decided to test their relationship by allowing a Bravo crew to follow them around for the first year of their marriage. Kim, a celebrity stylist, and Alaska, a director of A&R at Atlantic records, have learned that the cameras were just one of many challenges. So how’s it going? “Well, we’re still married,” Kim says.Watch: How Young Is Too Young To Marry?
While the show covers the first year of Kim and Alaska’s marriage, Ali started off by asking them about some pre-wedding drama. Kim told her sister and her two closest friends and that anyone who wanted to be a bridesmaid had to lose 10lbs. In the end—she didn’t have any bridesmaids.
“I’m still ok with that,” Kim said, in hindsight. “They were mad, but they weren’t surprised. They were like ‘this is Kim, she’s a stylist, she’s around bodies all day, she’s looking at glamorous people.’”
Kim says that, of the three women, two are...Read More »
Season 9 of The Bachelorette is underway, and more than 20 men are still competing for the hand of 27-year-old Desiree Hartstock in the ABC reality series.
But does anyone actually believe you can find true love on TV? Melissa Rycroft thought she’d found it in Season 13 of the Bachelor, when Jason Mesnick proposed to her. By the season finale, he’d changed his mind, dumping her on live TV for that season’s runner-up, Molly.
Ali asked Melissa (now happily married with a young daughter) to talk about what’s really going on in the minds of the shows’ participants. “You’re secluded…all you have to focus on is this person. You have no TV, radio, newspapers,” she explained. “You consume yourself with the process, and it almost becomes a, ‘I just don’t wanna be rejected now.’”
What’s more fascinating is that, the day they got engaged, Melissa had only been on three one-on-one dates with the man she’d agre...Read More »
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Fri, May 31, 2013 11:56 AM EDT | Comments
Ricky Schroder was a successful actor by the time he was seven years old, starring in the hit 1979 movie, The Champ. By his senior year in high school, he already had a hit TV show, Silver Spoons, under his belt. But all that time, he actually had another career ambition: he wanted to join the army.
Even though it never happened, Ricky says, “I still wanted to find a way to help my country and this was a way I could.”
“This,” is a new series he produced called “Starting Strong.” It’s an unscripted show where a civilian is embedded for a week doing a particular army job. After the week, the civilian decides whether or not to enlist.
And episode with combat medics, in particular, made Ricky particularly emotional. “I saw 800 young men and women that volunteered to be combat medics, knowing that they would be deployed, to combat,” he said. “I think about them and I get chills.
“I have a respect for people who serve, whether in the army, policemen, firemen, whoever it may be.”
Ricky’s...Read More »