Radio personality Howard Stern has come out in support of United States President-elect Donald Trump’s provisional plan to instate a nationwide right-to-carry law once he takes office on January 20, 2017. A heated topic in U.S. politics, current gun laws in the country dictate the issuance of concealed weapons permits on a state-by-state basis. Show More Summary
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If you thought a respite from terror was coming on The Walking Dead, well, it’s not. Jeffrey Dean Morgan told Howard Stern that in addition to returning to TWD this season, the supremely evil Negan will indeed be on hand to torture Rick and company into season eight of the show ... More »
The Walking Dead season seven is inching up to the mid-season finale and cast member Jeffrey Dean Morgan was on The Howard Stern Show to spread some news regarding Robert Kirkman’s creation and he also talked about some strange fan mail literature. Show More Summary
I’m not surprised in the least that Howard Stern is for a national concealed carry. As far as I can tell, he’s always been pro-gun and when he was asked
Donald Trump presented a dilemma of the highest order to his famous friends... how much do you spend on the second wedding of an insanely rich man? Mariah Carey, Howard Stern and Kathie Lee Gifford are among the celebs who signed the 1993…
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I have never seen an election that has upset more people that I know. Mainly because most of them are convinced that President-elect Donald Trump is a screwball. A nut. Peggy Noonan, the terrific writer, columnist, journalist and political historian,...
Stern thinks that Trump ran to negotiate a better "Apprentice" deal from NBC.
Howard Stern, the famous radio personality, is the latest celebrity to become involved in the anti-Trump campaign by launching an “October Surprise,” a surprise attack on a presidential candidate to weaken his or her political campaign just before an election. Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin has some competition for the best Donald Trump impression. Dana Carvey showed off his incredible impersonation of the Republican presidential candidate during a Thursday stop on “The Howard Stern Show.” The former “SNL”Show More Summary
Dana Carvey fires off 17 celebrity micro-impressions in under two minutes during an interview on The Howard Stern Show. Carvey quickly becomes Paul McCartney visiting Mars, Sean Connery accepting a trip to Spain, and Donald Trump after causing nuclear war, among others. Related Laughing Squid PostsDana Carvey Nails Quick Celebrity Nano-Impressions of Donald Trump, Bernie […]
On The Howard Stern Show, Dana Carvey did a bit from his new Netflix special, Straight White Male, 60, in which he envisions a conversation between Paul McCartney and John Lennon where Paul tries to explain Kanye West. His micro-impressions are amusing too.
Is Dana Carvey a comedian or a wizard? It's tough to say. I think he's a little of both. You have to have some sort of magical powers to be as good as he is at impressions. Carvey was on Howard Stern recently to promote his new Netflix special, Straight White Male, 60. Show More Summary
The SNL alum did impressions of Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and many others on The Howard Stern Show.
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An impromptu a capella rendition of the Led Zeppelin IV favorite, performed lived on the Howard Stern Show.
"... but he did it sort of proudly and out in the open; and he still won the Republican primary. In one sense, the fact that we do an interview and people's personalities come out, I'm very proud of that," said Howard Stern. "I, certainly, in a million years, I didn't expect Trump to seriously run for president," Stern said. Show More Summary