Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage Together Again



Danielle Fishel and Ben Savage fall back in love over…flatbread pizza? Genius!

Panera Bread knows how to tug at the heartstrings of fans and followers and have us all feeling a little nostalgic.

This short production combines love and bread—is there anything better?

Panera bread released the short production today and was immediately met with applause.

@macmojo said “Corey and Topanga forever! I love boy meets world.”

@marianthe said “This is the best ever!!!!”

@vminter5 said “Too cute 😍 Bringing on the nostalgic…the flatbread pizza looks good, too ❤️.”

Judging by this Panera Bread has an excellent advertising team and the social media manager gets props, too, because they responded to (almost) all of the comments.

The only thing that makes this short love story better is that if you use the code “TGIF“ you’ll get 50% off your online order of flatbread pizza.

Panera Bread

Tell me what you think of this spoof in the comments. does it give you nostalgic feels? Are you a huge Topanga fan? How about flatbread pizza?

Loretta Lynn “We fought hard, we loved hard.”

Loretta Lynn “We fought hard, we loved hard.”

Country music legend Loretta Lynn posted a touching song on her Instagram feed commemorating what would have been the 73rd wedding anniversary of her marriage to her late husband, Doolittle Lynn.

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Drew Barrymore Has a Day Time TV Show?

Apparently, actress, mom, producer and everyone’s favorite rom-com girl, Drew Barrymore, has her own day time television TALK show!

I had NO idea. The only reason I know now is because I watched SNL’s premiere return last weekend and they did a spoof of the show.

It turns out the show is nationally syndicated.

That’s a pretty big deal for someone who is new to daytime talk TV. With that said, Drew Barrymore is a famous face and name, so, networks aren’t really risking too much, there.

So what’s the word on the street about the show?

Pexels pictures

There’s a weird energy in the air on Drew Barrymore’s new nationally syndicated morning talk show, a frisson that’s hard to grasp but that announces itself as something entirely other

Vulture

Drew Barrymore’s show is so weird it’s almost hypnotic.

William Hill, AV Club

The opening-day “Charlie’s Angels” reunion, lacking the moderating force of someone outside this tripartite friendship, left viewers on the outside. The conversation with Witherspoon, for instance, never really transcended a sort of complimentary back-and-forth about how each truly loves the other; moments where the pair edged up to actually discussing their lives, like a vacation they took together to Mexico, fell away.

Variety Magazine

As you can see reviewers (photographers, acting coaches, and anyone else who thinks they’re important in Hollywood), can be tough on the soul. With that said, I respect Variety magazine and I agree with their review based on what I’ve seen (so far).

There’s no doubt, Barrymore may not be your cup of tea. But I’ll let you tell it.

The best segments of the show

The cooking segment is absolutely, hands down, one of Barrymoore’s best segments of the show. The following include clips of the segments.

If you get a chance I highly recommend you try these easy to make recipes.

The discount shopping segment 😁

The shopping segment ranks second best on my list. I’ve seen some EXCELLENT deals. I may be shooting myself in the foot here by telling you this but you should check in on her deals between now and shopping season.

Have you watched the show? Tell us what you think in the comment section.

Sharon Stone Has a Message for You

Sharon Stone Has a Message for You

Actress and mom of three, Sharron Stone, took to social media to share the sad news that her sister was diagnosed with Covid19. On Saturday, Stone posted the following image with the caption “My sister Kelly, who already has lupus, now has Covid-19. One of you non-mask wearers did this. She does not have an immune system. The only place she went was the pharmacy.”

Stone ended her comment with the question “Could you face this room alone?” written in capital letters.

Sharron Stone is most notably known for her role in Casino and Basic Instinct. What you may not know is that Stone is also an advocate for brain aging diseases. In 2001, she suffered a life-threatening stroke. She was just 43 at the time.