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Last year, David Beckham went undercover for the Ellen DeGeneres Show, acting out whatever Ellen told him to do through a tiny earpiece. The whole spectacle was caught on a hidden camera. It was so hilarious, Ellen got Beckham back on her show to take part in another hidden camera stunt.
This time, Beckham posed as a Target employee and sprayed passersby with his David Beckham Homme cologne. He mishears some of Ellen’s words and repeats some pretty hilarious things.
Check it out.
Comedy Central’s Roast of Charlie Sheen was filmed this weekend at Sony Studios in Culver City. Friends and colleagues came out to make fun of the actor and wild man, including former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson. Tyson posed alongside “Jackass” star Steve-O on the red carpet. The pair both roasted Sheen, as did comedians Jeffrey Ross, Jon Lovitz, and Amy Schumer among others.
The show will debut on Comedy Central on Sept. 19.
Photo: Richard Shotwell / PR Photos
The cast of season 13 of Dancing with the Stars was announced earlier in the week and along with Ron Artest, soccer star Hope Solo will be one of the athletes dancing in the new season! Solo has been paired with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who was paired with Erin Andrews in a past season. Chmerkovskiy actually had a large role in Solo joining the new cast after he appeared on ESPN to urge the goalie to join the show, using clips of her on the soccer field and translating them into dance techniques.
Also on the new season, which premieres September 19th on ABC: David Arquette, Nancy Grace, Rob Kardashian (who is paired with Cheryl Burke), Chynna Phillips, Ricki Lake, Elisabetta Canalis, Carson Kressley, Chaz Bono, J.R Martinez, and Jay Cutler‘s ex Kristin Cavallari who has been paired with Mark Ballas.
Photo: Mr Photoman / Splash News
Charged.fm and TerezOwens.com are both reporting that sources close to the reality show “Dancing with the Stars” have announced Ron Artest, soon to be Metta World Peace, has been confirmed to join the cast of the new season. The cast of the 13th season of the reality show will be announced tonight during ABC’s “Bachelor Pad.”
The new season of DWTS begins September 19th.
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The UFC has agreed to sign a long-term deal with Fox that represents a major move towards the mainstream for the sport of MMA. Several sources, according to Street & Smith’s Sports Business Daily, have indicated that the network will air at least four MMA events per year. The deal marks the end of a seven-year relationship between the UFC and the network that helped bring the sport of MMA into the public eye: Spike TV.
Some of the weekly programming owned by the UFC, like free fight cards and the reality show “The Ultimate Fighter,” will be moved from Versus and Spike to FX beginning in January. Some UFC content will also be shown on the Fox-owned action sports network Fuel.
While no numbers or facts have been confirmed by executives at Fox, reports say that the deal is for seven or eight years and could be worth around $90 million a year.
Dwight Howard was guest hosting on BET’s 106 & Park last week when he decided to display his impersonation skills. He did a pretty good Charles Barkley impersonation before making fun of LeBron James‘ hairline and mocking his powder routine. Check out the video.
The hit NBC sitcom “Parks and Recreation” which stars Aziz Ansari, Amy Poehler, and Rashida Jones, is set in Pawnee, Indiana. Previously on the show, former Indiana Pacers forward Detlef Schrempf appeared on th show playing himself. Now, Schrempf will be returning to make an appearance in the upcoming series and he revealed that he will be joined by current Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert.
Schrempf tweeted, “Lots of fun on the set of Park & Rec. Aziz Anzari & Ben Schwartz are hilarious! Gotta give it up for Roy Hibbert for his first acting gig!”.
The new season premieres on September 22. The show may be the only glimpse of an NBA player we get to see on a Thursday night on NBC for awhile.
VH1, the network that aired a reality-show look at the marriage of Carmelo Anthony (then a Denver Nugget, now a New York Knick) and TV personality La La Vazquez, is set to air a new reality show featuring only La La. Following the six episode series of “La La’s Full Court Wedding” which premiered in September of last year, “La La’s Full Court Life” will make its debut on August 22.
The show will be from La La’s point of view as an NBA wife, mother, and entertainer. It will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at Anthony’s trade decision and the couple’s move to New York. The show will also delve into the media and fan scrutiny the two faced when leaving Denver. Check out the trailer below, or visit People.com for an extended look at the upcoming season of the show.
Photo: LA Confidential Magazine
Retired NBA player and new TNT analyst Shaquille O’Neal stopped by the Conan O’Brien show last night and during his chat with the talk show host, Conan asked Shaq about what it’s like constantly being critiqued by the media members. Although at first he refused to point out any one in particular, check out the video footage below of Shaq throwing out one name:
Skip didn’t take this one so well… this morning on his show ESPN2′s First Take, Skip pointed to the TV and “Shaq, you keep ducking me. I don’t understand it. Except maybe you’re more Shakira O’Neal.” Ouch!
Even though it appears the NFL owners and players have reached an agreement, there is one casualty of the lockout. HBO’s successful behind-the-scenes NFL documentary series, “Hard Knocks” will not air this season according to a report from Peter King of Sports Illustrated. Although this has yet to be confirmed by HBO or the NFL, Peter tweeted the news Sunday night.
The series has documented several NFL teams including the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens. What makes this show so successful is the inside look into what it’s like being on a pro football team. The film crew documents player/coach relationships, jokes and pranks, players’ family matters, the rookie adjustment and the battle for positions.
Here are a few of our favorite Hard Knock moments. First off is wide receiver Chad Ochocinco’s unique catch phrases followed by Jets coach Rex Ryan.
*Warning – language and topics discussed in the videos are not suitable for children:
We are going to miss this show!