SPOILER ALERT Lips Mask is… Saved by the Bell premieres November 25… Brad Pitt is single again… Harry Styles’ car broke down… and Chris Harrison fired back at Clare Crawley rumors
SPOILER ALERT! If you missed “The Masked Singer” last night, I’ll save you the trouble of fast-forwarding to the end. The celebrity under the Lips costume was Wendy Williams. Moving on, get ready for “The Masked Dancer!” Craig Robinson has been tapped to host “The Masked Singer” spinoff. Ken Jeong will server double-duty as a panelist on both shows. Joining him of “The Masked Dancer” are Paula Abdul, Brian Austin Green and Ashley Tisdale! This is the show that needs no explanation, but I’ll tell you anyway. Instead of masked singers, you’ll have masked dancers. Look for it to premiere sometime in December.
Are you ready for this much masked madness? #TheMaskedDancer premieres December 2020 with host @MrCraigRobinson and panelists @kenjeong, @PaulaAbdul, @withBAGpod and @ashleytisdale! pic.twitter.com/o1n3R7fORU— The Masked Dancer (@MaskedDancerFOX) October 28, 2020
I am ready to sign up for Peacock after the trailer for the new “Saved by the Bell” reboot dropped! Goodbye, Mr. Belding! The host of my favorite gameshow “America Says” — John Michael Higgins — plays the new principal of Bayside, Mr. Toddman, who delivers the line we’re all thinking, “I just care about Zack and Kelly!” And yes! Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tiffani Thiessen are back — at least for the first episode. The premise is this: Governor Zack Morris has closed a number of underfunded high schools, and those students now have to attend schools in more affluent areas, including Bayside High. Elizabeth Berkley is back as Jessie and Mario Lopez is back as A.C. Slater, who’s now the school’s gym teacher. “Saved by the Bell” premieres Nov. 25. If you don’t have Peacock, you can sign up for free and watch thousands of hours of movies and TV shows. But if you want to unlock everything they have to offer, including live sports, that’ll cost you $4.99 per month. But if you don’t want to watch all the ads, it’s $9.99 a month.
Brad Pitt is single again. After a brief 3-month fling, he and Nicole Poturalski are done, which means she can go back to her rich, older husband, although she’s said to be in an open marriage so she never left her husband in the first place. A source told Page Six that things between Brad and Nicole were never all that serious anyway and they actually broke up a while back.
Harry Styles’ car broke down and he was welcomed into a home for a cup of tea while he waited for help. It turns out the 13-year-old girl who lives there is a HUGE fan, but she wasn’t home!!! So Harry left her a note that said, “Theadora, my car broke down on your street and your dad’s friend kindly let me wait at your house with a cup of tea. I’m devastated that we missed each other. Looking forward to meeting soon. Treat people with kindness. P.S. I fed the fish.” And in the corner, he wrote that she should have her dad get in touch with him to arrange the meeting. There’s a picture of Harry feeding the fish — who knew that could be so sexy?? And he also left behind a signed copy of his album.
“Bachelorette” producer Rob Mills was a guest on Nick Viall’s podcast and he gave some insight into how Clare blew up the show and left them with no choice but to bring in Tayshia. Rob said it’s not that uncommon for a Bachelorette to single out a guy early on. For instance, he said Andi Dorfman knew from the beginning it was going to be Josh Murray, and JoJo Fletcher “kind of knew night one it was going to be Jordan (Rodgers).” But unlike those who preceded her, Clare couldn’t play along with the premise of the show. Rob said the point they realized this wasn’t working was the night of the group date when all the guys roasted Dale. At the end of the date, Clare refused to give out her rose and gave it to herself instead. Rob said, “That was it. That was when we started making the call.” And while many people still believe Clare and Dale communicated before filming, Rob said Clare swore on her dad’s grave that isn’t true.
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