The Foo Fighters Say They’re Not Breaking Up
Over the last few days, there have been a ton of rumors about the Foo Fighters breaking up. The band promised to make an announcement last night, and they did, in typical Foo Fighters fashion. They released a seven-minute comedy skit where Dave Grohl is trying to go solo, while the rest of the band holds a meeting to decide on his replacement. Their list includes Sammy Hagar, Vince Neil, Chris Martin, Scott Stapp, Diplo, Justin Bieber, Gwen Stefani, Prince, and Phil Collins. They ultimately settle on Nick Lachey, who comes in to sing “Everlong” with them. But the video ends with a printed message that says, quote, “For the millionth time, we’re not breaking up. And nobody’s going [effing] solo!”
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A Partial “Dancing with the Stars” Cast List Includes Jodie Sweetin
Jodie Sweetin has officially joined the cast of the next “Dancing with the Stars”. She says, quote, “I’ve always loved to dance, and Stephanie was a dancer on [‘Full House’], and I danced growing up. I have some experience. I have some rhythm.” She’s being paired with Keo Motsepe. Mischa Barton from “The O.C.” is also on-board, along with Kim Fields from “The Facts of Life”, ABC News meteorologist Ginger Zee, and Nyle DiMarco, the deaf guy who won the last season of “America’s Next Top Model”. The rest of the cast will be revealed on “Good Morning America” next Tuesday. Season 22 starts on March 21st. Get more here.
There Will Be a Second Season of “Fuller House”
It’s been less than a week since “Fuller House” hit Netflix, and they’ve already ordered a second season. And let me say this right up front . . . NO, no one has any clue if the Olsen Twins will be back for this one, so just stop it. The first season has received mixed reviews, but apparently that hasn’t phased anyone. John Stamos posted this Walt Disney quote on Instagram, quote, “We are not trying to entertain the critics. I’ll take my chances with the public.” He added, “Thanks to all the fans, ‘Fuller House’ is coming back.” They haven’t said if all the cast members are coming back, or when Season Two might debut. Get more here.
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Rob Gronkowski Will Host a Nickelodeon Kids Show
Rob Gronkowski from the New England Patriots will host a Nickelodeon show called “Crashletes”. It’s described as a, quote, “viral sports clip series.” It sounds a little like “Tosh.0” with Gronkowski commenting on cool and funny sports videos. There will also be guest appearances from other athletes and celebrities. The show will premiere sometime later this year. Since it’s on Nickelodeon, it’ll be interesting to see Gronkowski trying to enjoy himself and have fun without any beer bongs, strippers, or twerking. Get more here.
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