Big Apple Idolatry
On Today this morning, we had a sneak peak at designer Ralph Lauren’s#TeamUSA Sochi apparel. It’s like, why even go to Fashion Week when the fashion is so IN YOUR EYEBALLS, right here, right now?
Take a look, and don’t forget your pom-pom hat!
– How’s this for a wedding present: Justin Timberlake’s buddy, real estate agent Justin Huchel, filmed a bunch of homeless people wishing the best for the actor/singer and his new bride, Jessica Biel. See, it’s funny because what could the homeless possibly offer Hollywood royalty except wishes? Not everyone thinks this joke is in good taste, but then they probably haven’t seen Biel’s wedding dress. (Video after the jump.)
The New York Times reports that Willie Geist, a co-host of MSNBC’s kaffeeklatsch Morning Joe and host of its wee-hours lead-in, Way Too Early, will be setting the alarm ever-so-slightly later; he’s moving to the 9am hour of Today on NBC. Mr. Geist will likely stop hosting the 5:30am Way Too Early but may well stay on Morning Joe, writes the Times.
Though he’s jumping Read More
The cast of MSNBC’s Morning Joe put out another goofy, mock behind-the-scenes promotional video today. This one showing the team’s pre-show routines. Willie Geist shares a bottle of champagne with some models; Joe Scarborough smokes and plays dice; Mike Barnicle rides a Rascal scooter to work after sleeping in a park, and Mika Brzezinski, Read More
On the morning of January 15, when Harold Ford Jr. appeared for one of his regular guest gigs on Morning Joe, Willie Geist introduced the prospective senator as, simply: “MSNBC political analyst and chairman of the D.L.C., Harold Ford Jr.”
“Doing nothing else, just hanging out,” quipped Joe Scarborough.
And then Chrystia Freeland Read More
On Wednesday night, Joe Scarborough stood in the back room at Michael’s restaurant, and publicly thanked his wife, Susan, who stood a few feet away, for inspiring the evolution of his political punditry at MSNBC.
“The first couple of weeks I was on MSNBC, every night I would come home Read More