- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Thu, Jul 18, 2013 11:49 AM EDT | Comments
Stacy Keibler has the entertainment world all aflutter after her high-profile split from George Clooney. Thankfully, Ali was quick to let the actress know that she’s better off without him.
Ali told the story about a Clooney sighting she had while having dinner with friends in Washington, D.C. They spotted each other, and George walked over to the table and kissed her. “He kissed me and I went ‘hmmm… not so great,” Ali confessed. “I don’t get hype.”
Ali wanted to make sure Stacy knew what a real connection felt like, so she grabbed her face and planted one on her. “That… that you stick with for life!” Ali proclaimed.
Stacy is already focusing on what’s ahead, namely her new Lifetime show Supermarket Superstar, which highlights aspiring food industry entrepreneurs pitching their recipe ideas to a panel of mentors. “They get the fast track to get all the tools they need to develop their product,” she says, “So they have a chance to wi...Read More »
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Wed, Jul 17, 2013 11:52 AM EDT | Comments
Josh Duhamel is starring in the new movie “Scenic Route” which hits theaters this August, but the celeb is busy preparing for a different sort of role… being a dad.
The actor and his wife, singer Fergie, are expecting their first child soon. “It’s something that we’ve always wanted,” Josh says. “I’ve always had a real affinity for kids, but I’ve never had to keep them. I play with them, get them all riled up, and give them back.”
The beaming dad-to-be couldn’t be more proud about how great Fergie is doing. “My wife is handling the pregnancy amazingly well,” he says. “She looks so damn cute and she’s happy, she hasn’t been sick. It’s been really good.”
So has she had any weird cravings? “Yeah, but she had weird cravings before she was pregnant,” the actor joked. In reality, “she’s pretty conscious about what she eats and she’s stuck with it. She wanted to make sure she was feeding the baby good things.”
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- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Wed, Jul 17, 2013 11:16 AM EDT | Comments
With a starring role in the Disney series Shake it Up, an impressive showing on Dancing with the Stars, a new album and a new book on the way, it seems like there’s nothing Zendaya can’t do. But the 16-year-old didn’t always plan to be an entertainer.
“At first I was supposed to be the first girl in the NBA,” says the 5'10" star. “That died quickly.”
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She fell in love with the arts when her mom worked as a house manager at the California Shakespeare Theater. “I got captivated with it,” Zendaya says. “I was an 8-year-old who liked Shakespeare. That doesn’t usually happen.”
Her growing fame landed her a series on Disney and gave her the chance to compete on Dancing with the Stars as the show’s youngest-ever participant. She balanced schoolwork and practice and made it to the finals – finishing in second place.
While Ali said it seems like the Dancing’s sexy outfits are just held together with “crazy glue, duct tape and staples,” Zendaya insists she had...Read More »
He’s America’s most famous house flipper, and when it comes to renovating, Jeff Lewis knows what works. The Bravo star stopped by the Daily Shot studios to talk about the biggest renovation mistakes people make, and the best and worst design trends around.
First mistake? Spending too much of a renovation budget on one room. “They never get to finish the rest of the house,” Jeff says. “When you remodel a room, everything else starts to look bad. You have to make sure to spread that money evenly.”
The second mistake people make is furnishing the entire house from one store. “That’s the easy way out.” He says. “I like to mix up styles. You don’t want it to look like you just furnished your home out of a catalogue.”
Though it’s hard to keep up with the latest and greatest in design, Jeff says there are some great trends that are here to stay.
“Using sustainable materials. Things are being repurposed and I love that idea. They’re taking wood from ol...Read More »
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Mon, Jul 15, 2013 10:32 AM EDT | Comments
She’s interviewed everyone from muppets to world leaders, and Katie Couric stopped by Daily Shot to tell Ali how she gets tough people talking.
“I think most people just wanna feel comfortable, they want to feel as if you’re really interested in what they have to say.”
But when you’re interviewing someone who’s in trouble, or who might have something to hide, the veteran journalist says, “It’s all about the tone you use. I think you have to be skeptical but not cynical."
Katie says that, after all these years, she can get star struck. “I think any time you’re in the White House and you’re interviewing the president,” she says, “it’s one of those pinch me situations.”
And as calm as she always seems under pressure, there have been at least two interviews that made her memorably nervous.
“I was very nervous when I interviewed Ross Perot because he was so pugnacious and belligerent if he was challenged,” she said, launching into an amazing impression of the...Read More »