Fans can get their comedy fix with this CW sneak peak of the Whose Line is it Anyway reboot before it premieres this summer.
Hosted by Aisha Tyler, the first sketch we see is “Greatest Hits” where Ryan and Colin are selling a greatest hits album dedicated to songs from 90210 and Wayne is the artist singing hits like “Nobody’s Ugly” and that great Japanese pop song “We’ll be Back.”
The second preview is “Scenes from a Hat.” There’s nothing like 3 middle aged men that know nothing about a hit teen drama (in this case, 90210 ) who have to come up with deleted scenes from the show. The skit features comedian Jonathan Mangum who was Wayne’s side kick on his short lived talk show, The Wayne Brady Show. The funniest line came from Wayne who was “the other black guy” in the show.
Personally I can’t wait to see them do “Helping Hands” again. Ryan and Colin had me laughing during that one. Granted it won’t be the same without Drew, and I should be happy that it’s at least back, which I am, but I can’t help but feel like something will be missing. Here’s to hoping that he at least does a guest spot for one episode.
From the set to the chemistry between the guys, not much has changed and I can’t wait to see the premiere on July 16!
To tide you over until Kelly Clarkson’s Greatest Hits — Chapter 1 album, she released her music video for “Catch My Breath.” The video is pretty plotless, serving instead as an homage to Clarkson’s beauty. The video features Clarkson singing in a long, dark gown, punctuated visuals of the elements.
The song is the lead single from her the forthcoming album, out on Nov. 16.
Watch it here
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Planning to buy the Spice Girls’ upcoming greatest hits album? You might want to pick up a new bra while you’re at it.
Victoria’s Secret will be selling the album exclusively when it comes out November 13.
The CD will also be available online at various sites, including the Victoria’s Secret web site and iTunes. Of the 15 tracks, 13 are old favourites and two are new songs, “Voodoo” and “Headlines (Friendship Never Ends).”
The fab five will also join the Victoria’s Secret Angels with a performance at the VS fashion show, airing December 4.
The Spice Girls reunion tour kicks off December 2 in Vancouver.
Pop group ‘N Sync will release their greatest hits disc in November, Jive Records announced.
“I Want You Back” was the group’s break out single in March of 1998. They followed with “Tearin’ Up My Heart,” “Bye Bye Bye,” and “Gone.”
During ‘N Sync’s five year chart reign, the group sold about 30 million records in the U.S. and 42 million worldwide.
The group has often skirted the issue of a comeback album – like the Backstreet Boys produced earlier this year. However, former members J.C. Chasez and Justin Timberlake are both working on solo sophomore albums for release later this year.
‘N Sync’s Greatest Hits Track Listing:
1. Bye Bye Bye
2. Girlfriend (featuring Nelly)
3. This I Promise You
4. It?s Gonna Be Me
5. God Must Have Spent A Little More Time on You
6. I Want You Back
9. Tearin? Up My Heart
10. Thinking of You (I Drive Myself Crazy)
11. I?ll Never Stop
12. Music Of My Heart (featuring Gloria Estefan)