The self proclaimed Queen Of All Media Wendy Williams took on The King Of All Media Howard Stern on The Howard Stern Show recently on Howard’s show on Sirius XM . Rumor has it that Wendy, wanted to film in the studio for her new app and Howard said it wasn’t allowed, and this pissed off Wendy. Wendy said Howard was a star Fuc*er and they have changed him and the show. As a long time listener of the show, Howard has always wanted to be seated at the celebrity table, and being a shock jock made it hard and that is why he’s changed his image and the show. Here is some of the interview and Howard’s take on it all…….If you are a Howard Stern fan make sure YOU join Stern Facebook Superfans!
While millions of Americans tune in to Sunday’s Super Bowl, another intense competition will be going down at the same time: the fourth annual Kitten Bowl. This big game, however, involves slightly more cuddly players; considered the “ultimate feline catsravaganza,” it’s a must-watch for cat lovers. Fluffy kittens are put into “teams” on a field filled with obstacles like hamster balls and tunnels. Depending on the cats’ abilities to navigate the obstacles, their team moves the ball towards a touchdown. Tricky!
The teams in the running for Sunday’s playoffs include the Last Hope Lions, Boomer’s Bobcats, Northshore Bengals, and Home & Family Felines, and their lineups are stacked. Tom Bratty Cat, for instance, is described as “intimidating” and plays “quartercat,” while the “halfcat” Spuds MacMuffin is known for thinking “outside the litter box.” (You can read up on all the kittens in advance.)
One final fun feline fact: all of the “cathletes” for this year’s Kitten Bowl were actually adopted. Watch a preview of the action above, or switch to the Hallmark Channel Sunday to see the claw-filled action live at noon, with announcing from Beth Stern, New York Yankees voice John Sterling, and more.
Do you like watching drooling adorable puppies than Tom Brady ? If you answered yes to these question, then you will probably be among those tuning in to Puppy Bowl XIII instead of Super Bowl LI on Sunday. Airing from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET (noon to 2 p.m. PT) and repeating throughout the day, Animal Planet’s annual mini-gridiron competition, which is designed to promote pet adoption, will feature dozens of dogs from rescues and shelters dragging chew toys across the goal line and into your surely melting hearts.
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This Friday, Hallmark Channel is going to the dogs once again as the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards return for their sixth annual ceremony which looks to honor some of the bravest and courageous dogs! Animal activist Beth Stern and Good Witch star James Denton return to host the moving ceremony of these incredible four-legged heroes who protect, serve and enrich lives day after day.
Every year, a cross-country search is held in hopes of discovering extraordinary dogs who have gone above their calling in order to help forever alter the lives of those lucky enough to be around them. As in past years, nominees were broken down into eight key categories which include: Law Enforcement & Arson Dogs; Service Dogs; Therapy Dogs; Military Dogs; Guide Dogs; Search and Rescue Dogs; Hearing Dogs; and Emerging Hero Dogs
For weeks, America voted for their favorite courageous canines among of pool of 172 nominees in order to determine the eight honorees that will compete for the title of top American Hero Dog at this year’s event. The 2016 honorees include: Arson K9 Judge (Arson Dogs winner) who has helped work more than 275 case; French Mastiff Hooch (Emerging Hero Dogs winner) who works to help autistic, abused and special needs children; 10-year old Hook (Guide/Hearing Dogs winner) who has saved the life of his handler on numerous occasions; K-9 Edo (Law Enforcement winner) who has helped bring numerous criminals to justice in the field; service dog Layka (Military Dogs winner) who was injured in the field during a search and rescue operation went bad; certified search and rescue dog Kobuk (Search and Rescue Dogs winner); PTSD, veteran suicide, service dogs and invisible disabilities advocate Gander (Service Dogs winner); and 4-year old paralyzed rescue dog turned therapy dog Mango (Therapy Dogs winner) who has helped countless veterans overcome their physical disabilities.
And what would an awards show be without a few celebrity appearances and a performance from an incredibly talented performer? This year, several incredible guests will drop by to serve as presenters including Robert Herjavec (Shark Tank), Kym Johnson (Dancing with the Stars), Bailee Madison (Good Witch), Pauley Perrette (NCIS), and Alison Sweeney (Hallmark’s Murder She Bakedfranchise) while Scorpion star Katherine McPhee is set to take the stage for a special musical performance.
Make sure to check out the Sixth Annual American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards Friday, October 28 at 8/7c on Hallmark Channel
Heyyy nowww the awesome Beth Stern has a sequel to her book “Yoda the story of a cat and his kittens” that was released last year. With “Yoda Gets A Buddy” which is available December 1st at bookstores and Amazon, Beth continues the adventures of Yoda. All proceeds from the book go too support The North Shore Animal League .
New York Times bestselling author Beth Stern is back with another inspiring story, as Buddy the blind foster kitten joins Yoda and his friends for a heart-warming adventure!
Yoda is busier than ever in the Foster Kitten Room, taking care of litter after litter. Buddy, a blind kitten who is recovering from eye surgery, has been with Beth and Howard longer than any other foster kitten, so Yoda takes him under his wing—or paw—and makes him his fostering partner! While Yoda grooms and scolds the naughty kittens, Buddy is the cat they cuddle up to and adore, mimicking his every move, with no clue he is blind.
One day Frankie, a new foster, is introduced and from the very first moment, none of the kittens like him. Oversized ears and an unruly cowlick make him look goofy. But Buddy loves this new little guy and helps the other kittens see all of Frankie’s goodness and sweetness. And when they discover Buddy is the kitten with a true disability and challenge, the other felines learn that love truly is blind when we see each other with our hearts.
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