Norm Macdonald’s new Netflix talk show is finally set to make its debut and the streaming service has unveiled a profanity-filled first look at the series.
In the preview for Norm Macdonald Has a Show the comedian sits down with a long list of stars, including Drew Barrymore, David Letterman, Jane Fonda, David Spade, Chevy Chase, M. Night Shyamalan, Michael Keaton, and Lorne Michaels.
Along with his sidekick Adam Eget, the Saturday Night Live alum asks such probing questions as “Do you miss cocaine?” to Barrymore and “Have you been thinking about your mortality a lot lately?” to Letterman. In between talking strip clubs with Judge Judy and Chase quipping that he “f—ed” Bob Dylan, there are plenty of clumsy on-set mishaps to enjoy.
First announced in March, series is based on his podcast/web series Norm Macdonald Live and is set to debut on Sept. 14.
As we know how much Drew loves watching cooking shows I am excited by this fun news that Fox has shared.
Actress Drew Barrymore is stepping into the world of reality TV after signing up to produce a new cooking competition.
The Charlie’s Angels star has been brushing up on her culinary skills since wedding husband Will Kopelman and becoming a mum to daughter Olive last year, and she has become obsessed with watching cooks battle it out on TV.
She reveals she records “every food competition show” to watch while she’s at home, and now Barrymore has decided to step behind the scenes to create her own, titled Knife Fight, for America’s Esquire Network, according to Marie Claire magazine.
The actress also admits she has developed a fascination with all things Italian, and plans to one day travel to the European country to learn how to make hearty family meals from local chefs.
She says, “(I want) to live in Italy for a summer and go to cooking school while I’m there.”
A premiere date for Knife Fight has yet to be announced.
People.com shares Drew’s changing hair tones!
We’ve been so busy admiring Drew Barrymore‘s lipstick choices lately that we almost completely missed the fact that she’s been slowly lightening her hair for months.
From the deep chocolate hue she was wearing in December, the actress has seemed to go lighter almost from the tips up, getting progressively more ombré before landing on auburn.
Then at Saturday’s GLAAD Awards, she debuted an even blonder style, going for an allover honey color with hints of strawberry that looks amazing with her fair skin.
She’s not the only star who’s been lightening up for spring and we are loving this new, blonder crew.
(PS: Still dying to know which lipstick color she wore to GLAAD? We were too, so we found out: It’s her own FLOWER Kiss Stick Velvet lip color in Dahlia Dahling and Line & Shine lip liner in Red.)
Drew is on the list of People’s Most Beautiful for 2013.
“Happiness is the best makeup any woman can wear,” Barrymore, who recently launched a makeup line, told E!. “It’s all about the inside … that’s where the poison or the sunshine lays.” It’s probably all sunshine these days for the new mom, 38, who welcomed her “biggest crush,” daughter Olive, in October.
Thanks to E!Online for sharing the news that Drew will be hosting the GLAAD Awards this year
Drew Barrymore is adding awards show host to her list of credits.
E! News can exclusively reveal that the Grey Gardens star has signed on to host next weekend’s GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles.
At the same time, the lineup of celeb presenters and guests keeps on growing.
Among those we’ll be seeing at the 24th annual gala are Betty White, Matt Bomer, Alex Pettyfer, Chris Evans, elle fanning, the cast of The New Normal, Tobey Maguire, Diane Kruger, Joshua Jackson, Brad Goreski, Glee’s Alex Newell and Naya Rivera, Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen.
Kelly Rowland will also perform.
GLAAD announced last week that Bill Clinton will be honored with the Advocate for Change Awards, while entertainment attorney Steve Warren will receive the Stephen F. Kolzak Award.
Previously announced presenters include Leonardo DiCaprio, Charlize Theron and Jennifer Lawrence. (Full disclosure: E!’s own Marc Malkin is one of the night’s cochairs).
The GLAAD Media Awards take place April 20 at the JW Marriott in downtown Los Angeles.
On Thursday NBC announced that Jimmy Fallon will be replacing Jay Leno as the host of the Tonight Show next spring. E!Online caught up with Drew at the FABB Conference and talked to about it.
Count Drew Barrymore among those who thinks Jimmy Fallon is the perfect choice to take over The Tonight Show next year.
The actress exclusively told E! News today at Lucky magazine’s FABB Conference in L.A. that she sent her Fever Pitch costar flowers this morning along with “the most loving card in the world” after the official announcement was made that he would be replacing Jay Leno next year.
“He has remained always classy through whatever goes on in late night,” Barrymore said of Fallon, who also happens to be married to her producing partner, Nancy Juvonen.
Further explaining why he totally deserves the earlier time slot, Barrymore raved about how her friend “has been so quintessentially authentic to himself” throughout his run as host of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
“And I think he has been so innovative with making viral videos, having people come on and play games. It’s fun for the guest and it’s fun to watch,” she added. “He’s really done it on his own terms and done it brilliantly. So I was like, ‘Yeah, I knew that was going to happen.'”
“I’m just so happy,” she added. “And I’m so glad that everyone’s so happy for him.”
to watch the video go here.
The Hollywood Reporter shares that Drew will be co-starring with Adam Sandler in a new Romantic Comedy!
Drew Barrymore is once again re-teaming with Adam Sandler, signing on to Sandler’s untitled romantic comedy set up at Warner Bros., The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The project, which was initially called Blended when it was set up as a pitch in 2007, centers on a man and a woman who, after a disastrous first date, get trapped at a family resort with their kids from previous marriages in tow. An attraction begins to grow despite comedic mishaps.
Sandler boarded the project in February; at the time, Barrymore was pegged as the frontrunner for the female lead.
Frequent Sandler director Frank Coraci is helming the project, which is being produced by Mike Karz and Sandler’s Happy Madison shingle.
Barrymore has co-starred in two of Sandler’s best reviewed and most successful comedies, 1998’s The Wedding Singer (also directed by Coraci) and 2004’s 50 First Dates.
The actress last starred in 2012’s whale rescue drama Big Miracle.