Breaking news! NBC just announced that two housewives, Kyle Richards and Porsha Williams, and one former Jersey Shore star, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, are going to be competing on the upcoming season of Celebrity Apprentice! Also revealed this week, Tyra Banks will be joining Arnold Schwarzenegger in the boardroom. Show More Summary
For Arnold Schwarzenegger's first season as host, theCelebrity Apprentice rounded up quite the humdrum cast. The 16 people competing for charity will include Snooki, two Real Housewives, Boy George, Jon Lovitz and more, NBC announced Thursday morning. Show More Summary
Jon Lovitz and Bobby Lee are also involved. Brace for a cartoon series about food truck culture: A new show called Chow-Fuhn is aiming to raise $120,000 for production costs via Kickstarter. Chow-Fuhn is the brainchild of Gabriel DeFrancesco...Show More Summary
Sing along with your favorite Disney hits, laugh at Jon Lovitz, cheer for the Nationals and D.C. United and stuff yourself on crabs.
It’s a matter of political record that since at least 2009, Republicans have talked at length about health-care reform, especially alternatives to Obamacare. Apparently almost all of them were, as Jon Lovitz’s Master Thespian would put...Show More Summary
Girl #1: Oh my gosh. I have to pee so bad. Do you think this restaurant will let me use their bathroom?Girl #2: I don't know, why don't you ask?Hobo, sunbathing in front of restaurant: Why, of course you may use the bathroom, young lady. But you will have to pay $5.Girl #1: How do […]
Andrew Dice Clay was about one thing: "abusing women and laughing about abusing women."
Salon exclusive: The comic talks Sweeney sisters, backstage pressures & her love/hate relationship with Jon Lovitz
Michael Bay’s directorial debut turns 20 today. How much do you know about the frenetic buddy cop movie? 1. THE MOVIE WAS ORIGINALLY INTENDED FOR DANA CARVEY AND JON LOVITZ An earlier, somewhat different vision of the film would have had the SNL stars headlining. Show More Summary
GoDaddy’s follow-up to its unintentionally controversial Super Bowl campaign launched almost a month ago, but this is the first time we’re seeing it because the brand and its agency Barton F. Graf 9000 definitely didn’t pitch it to any...Show More Summary
The Fabric Of Primetime Itself Is Expanding to 4½ Hours For NBC’s Sunday SNL Event!! Still No Word On Albert Brooks, Dennis Miller, Christopher Guest, Jon Lovitz, Cheri Oteri, Sarah Silverman or Ben Stiller!! Read the full article on...Show More Summary
Hawaii Five-0 continues to beef up its guest casting with funnyman Jon Lovitz, who will appear in the Daniel Dae
Halle Berry scores an injunction in a conflict over advertising and a judge is skeptical of copyright claims against Jay Z read more
So this happened: "Don't let anybody tell you businesses and corporations create jobs." Hillary Clinton "Don't let anybody tell you they don't." Me.— Jon Lovitz (@realjonlovitz) October 25, 2014 This isn't the first time Jon Lovitz has exhibited dangerous mind-thoughts about...
You always remember your first Saturday Night Live cast. For me it was Dan Carvey, Jon Lovitz, Jan Hooks, Kevin Nealon, Phil Hartman, Dennis Miller, Al Franken, Victoria Jackson, Mike Myers...jo...
Martin Short, Jon Lovitz, Rob Reiner, Danny DeVito, Jimmy Fallon and Robin Williams board a bus in Washington, D.C. — now that's the beginning a memorable tale On Thursday's Tonight Show, Fallon and Billy Crystal shared their favorite stories about the late Robin Williams. Show More Summary
This weekend, a long-running Fox cartoon called The Simpsons took over L.A.’s Hollywood Bowl in a celebration of the show’s apparent immortality. Hosted by The Smurfs’ Hank Azaria, the orchestra-backed production featured appearances...Show More Summary
"Sing Your Face Off" continues with the crazy celebrity impersonations in its second week with another double-episode. And one of the five celebrities will be voted off this time.Will it be Jon Lovitz? You can judge for yourself by watching this exclusive video in which Lovitz transforms into '80s rock icon Billy Idol. Show More Summary
In the toxic slurry of aggressive reviews greeting ABC’s new singing-and-impersonating competition show, Sing Your Face Off, the New York Observer’s might’ve been the most shrill: “I hope I’m not exaggerating here, but Sing Your Face Off will lead directly to a Hunger Games–style dystopian future.” But our opinion is... More »