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“Michael Giltz is the co-host of Showbiz Sandbox, a weekly pop culture podcast that reveals the industry take on entertainment news of the day and features top journalists and opinion makers as guests.”
“Mr. Krulwich, 63, a veteran broadcaster who has worked for CBS and ABC, seemed almost as surprised as his co-host that they had fans, and not just fans but also fan clubs—in such far-flung places as St. Petersburg, Oslo and Copenhagen.”
“The radio show host was sitting in as a co-host on The Rachael Ray Show last month when she revealed that she “lives to tan” and vouched for the safety of sunbathing.”
“Earlier that year, Rosie famously poked fun at Star after the now-ousted View co-host told fans she lost excessive weight through exercise and diet alone; in reality, Star shed more than 200 pounds with the help of gastric bypass surgery.”
“The former View co-host — whose self-titled gabfest earned 25 Emmys between 1998-2002 — will take the lead on a syndicated talk program set to premiere in the fall of 2011, E!”
“As the "Today Show" team convulsed with giggles, co-host Ben stepped in with what he felt to be some common sense advice:”
“Now Australia's version of the "Today Show" completely falls apart during a discussion about a "long, stabby thing" that one of the co-host's keeps by his bed to fend off intruders.”
“First there was "Ten News at Five" anchor Belinda Heggens' low-blow sexual smackdown of co-host Mark Aiston.”
“In all, Mr. Rellie hopes to attend about five shows and "as many parties as I can" including two he was asked to co-host.”
“One of Mr. Aquino's former girlfriends, Ms. Soledad, has become a star in her own right, taking a job as co-host on the country's most popular television game show.”
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