Adam Levine: We’ve Had ‘Zero’ Talks for Maroon 5 to Perform at Super Bowl Halftime
Levine addressed last week’s E! News report that there have been “extensive talks” to perform at Super Bowl 50, telling Howard Stern this morning that he’d love to perform, but there have been no negotiations. Levine added that he’s known that his band has been on the short list to do the Super Bowl for several years now. Stern also questioned whether CBS would want an NBC star performing on its Super Bowl broadcast.
About 12.9 million tuned in for the premiere of the CBS superhero series.
Don’t worry, says the actor: “I don’t particularly want to subscribe to the idea that this show can kill off anybody it wants. Yes, it can. Yes, that’s a thing. That’s definitely a thing. But I think that’s not the point of the show. Game of Thrones kills people left and right and yet that’s not the point of the show.” PLUS: Walking Dead ratings rise with this week’s controversial episode, and why The Walking Dead might pull some serious BS.
In the spinoff plastic surgeons Dr. Paul Nassif and Dr. Terry Dubrow will transform the lives of people who’ve been botched by genetics or a traumatic incident.
Adam Nimoy will appear in an episode next month to ask Sheldon if he’d like to appear in the documentary he’s making on his late father.
The Bravo star wrote on Instagram: “I can’t wait to be back on my feet 100%! Glad it’s over! Quite the whirlwind this past month has been…but such a blessing too.”
In 2003, Cosby filled in for David Letterman when The Late Show host was recuperating from shingles. During the interview, instead of sitting at Dave’s desk, Cosby sat in the chair next to Vergara.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Juliet Landau creates a crowd-funding campaign to make a vampire documentary
Landau, who played the vampire Drusilla, will include interview with Joss Whedon, Anne Rice and True Blood‘s Charlaine Harris in her documentary, titled A Place Among the Undead.
New members will receive 15 movie-themed wine bottles, including from the Francis Ford Coppola Winery.
Watch them search for paranormal activity at the home of their Late Late Show studio with the team behind Ghost Adventures.
The 91-year-old former Price is Right host described taking a nasty spill on the sidewalk last week. “I just went for a little stroll. Harmless,” Barker said, “and I ended up in the hospital.”