Naturally, the best way to track him down would be to ask the entire city over a live broadcast. That said, New York reporter Checkey Beckford seemed to handle the situation pretty well, diverting attention away from the bomber and throwing it directly to the clip.
Anderson Cooper was reporting in Gaza when a huge bomb exploded in the middle of the live newscast on Sunday night. Cooper is in the Palestinian territory to report on the ongoing conflict.
“Whoa!” said Anderson as soon as the blast went off.
“That was a rather large explosion,” he said. ”That was probably the largest explosion that we have heard just in the past — really in the past hour.”
Although he wasn’t sure what direction the explosion came from, he reportered that they had heard others earlier on. Cooper is one tough reporter, but we still hope he stays safe.
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Glee: The 3D Concert Movie didn’t get the numbers everyone was hoping for at the box office. It only took in $5.7 Million during its opening weekend, which may indicate the Glee franchise is fading.
The movie cost roughly $9 Million to produce, according to Rolling Stone. The movie is a documentary of the TV show’s cast going on their summer arena tour.
It’s not a mystery why this film flopped.
TMZ reports Dave became distracted by fans who were recording him and began conversing with them and refusing to tell jokes.
CNN’s Ronald S. Martin was in the crowd for the show, and shared a play by-play via Twitter. “He’s spent more time going back & forth with one audience member, & pretty much stopped telling jokes … He got texted four times during his show and actually checked them … He’s just staring at the crowd & sighing … He’s been on stage 46 minutes & told one joke.”
Chappelle was performing for Alonzo Mourning’s youth charity. Don’t be surprised if people suddenly start asking for a refund on their donations.
Here’s video from the event. That’s a pretty pissed of crowd.
The ‘Glee’ spin-off singing competition, ‘The Glee Project,’ has bombed in the ratings, reports Canoe Jam.
The premiere of the Oxygen talent competition reportedly only received 455,000 viewers Sunday. Ouch.
To give the show some slack, it was up against the final NBA championship game as well as the Tony Awards, so no wonder it didn’t do fantastic.
Still, executives are disappointed. Considering the success of ‘Glee,’ they were anticipating the show to open big. I mean, since there’s ‘Glee’ pencils, backpacks, candy, concerts – everything – you’d think the show would be semi-successful.
Jason Klarman, president of Oxygen Media, still believes in the show’s future though.
“We couldn’t be more proud of this critically acclaimed, first of its kind series that I — and this company — believe in 200 percent,” said Klarman in a statement.
I think one ‘Glee’ related show is enough for me, and I think the rest of the world agrees. I see why the network thought it was a good idea, though, but apparently it wasn’t so.
NY Post reports the calls were made on May 11 and May 23. The calls were traced to a man named Freddy Caldwell.
According to the paper, Caldwell was charged with falsely reporting an incident and aggravated harassment.
We kind of sympathize, however we do not endorse bomb threats. Seriously, the obvious jokes and cheesy one liners make you want to puke eventually. Case in point below: