Almost 20 years after he first set the standard for sexual chocolate in daytime as Malcolm Winters on The Young and the Restless, Shemar Moore is still being asked to lift up his shirt by horny fans. Watch the Criminal Minds star drive Anderson's audience crazy—and piss off his publicist—after the jump!
Anderson Cooper on Lance Armstrong Doping Scandal: "He Was a Complete Jerk About This For Years and Years"By Jillian Bowe on January 16, 2013
Don’t expect Anderson Cooper and disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong to go bike riding anytime soon. On Wednesday's episode of Anderson, Cooper and guest co-host Dari Alexander discussed Armstrong copping to using performance-enhancement drugs in an upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The Silver Fox remarked:
I've got to say he was a complete jerk about this for years and years and years. He wouldn't just deny this. He would go after and try to destroy the people who were telling the truth and people who were telling the truth would get anonymous death threats. Even the guy from the anti-doping agency got anonymous email death threats; it's not known who it's from.
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Don't look for Anderson Cooper and Star Jones to go on a BFF vacation anytime soon. The CNN anchor and daytime talk show host is steaming over remarks Jones made about his decison to come out as a gay man. During an appearance on a "Today's Professionals" segment Jones wondered if Cooper came out to boost ratings for Anderson. Jones remarked at the time:
I've been in daytime television for a long time. He's a daytime talk show host and when the ratings slip in daytime, the hosts tend to tell you lots of things about them. I remember Oprah said she smoked crack. Oprah said she was pregnant at 14 and considered suicide. There were times that you generate information for ratings. READ MORE
Anderson Cooper's daytime chatfest is getting an overhaul for its second season. According to Deadline, Anderson will now be called Anderson Live and feature rotating co-hosts with its new live structure.
The sophomore talk show will also move from Lincoln Center's The Allen Room to the Broadcast Center in New York, which was previously home to the now defunct Nate Berkus Show. In a released statement, new co-executive producer Terence Noonan said:
Being live plays to Anderson’s strengths, providing immediacy and topicality, which allows us to talk about what is going on in the world.