Recently, Rosie has said publicly that she'd love to play Bannon on " Saturday Night Live " - the Twitter pic gave her almost one million Twitter followers a sneak peak of what that transformation would look like. She has also served as host of ABC's THE VIEW . It's still unknown whether the NBC comedy series has considered casting Trump's longtime nemesis as his current White House puppet master, but Rosie is certainly making it hard to say no! Spicer told Extra he found the bit " ...
As you surely know, the 47-year-old Ain't Your Mama singer is now busy starring in her own Las Vegas residency at the AXIS Auditorium located in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. "They are in each others' lives, just doing their own thing now", the source added. Drake is expected back in the USA this weekend for Sunday's Grammys where his love interest is also expected.
On last night's TONIGHT SHOW , Jimmy and guest Alec Baldwin took turns trying to stump each other about what items are hidden inside their mystery boxes. White House press secretary Sean Spicer recently described Alec's portrayal of his boss as "mean", but the actor isn't surprised. "What is he supposed to say?", Baldwin asked .
Variety reports that NBC is in talks with FremantleMedia to bring back the show, even though ratings declined towards the end of its 15-season run. Long live American Idol . The 2016 fall cycle, which ended December 12, averaged a 2.5 live-plus-same day rating among adults 18-49, according to Nielsen overnight numbers - down 19% from the previous fall.
She asked those watching to set an example for all the women and girls who are "worried about what the future holds" and whether women's "rights, opportunities and values will endure". "It was awe-inspiring. We have to keep up the momentum. We are still, and will always be, stronger together". It was the first major taped statement Clinton had made since conceding the election to President Trump in November 2016, though not her first major appearance.
The tribe said on Wednesday it would attempt to use a "legal battle and temporary restraining order " to shut down pipeline operations. As construction on a controversial stretch of the Dakota Access Pipeline resumes, Northstate tribal members hope their protests will still be heard.