Sofia Viagra Vergara went out shopping in Beverly Hills last night. Looks like she got me something from Saks 5th Avenue.
What do you all think of her shoes?-Dr.FB
Today is Jay Leno's interview on Oprah and from the clip above, it doesn't look like it's going to salvage Jay's nice guy image.
Oprah pressed Jay about whether he should have retired. Jay (and his ego) responded with "To me, being retired seemed like the selfish thing to do. I mean is it selfish that I still like being on TV? Oh yeah, sure."
Jay also took a hard jab at Conan and his lack of success with the Tonight Show. "The minute you can't do the job, they do tap you on the shoulder and tell you to leave." Ouch.
Oprah is a longtime friend of Jay's, they've appeared on each other's shows before. Looks like she caught him in a tired, frustrated moment and he let his guard down a bit, revealing his cutthroat side. But then again, the TV business has never been wholesome.
We haven't seen the whole interview yet. Have you? What did you think of it? Did it change which side you're on? -Dr.FB
It is being rumored that Elton John and Lady Gaga will perform together. Is that the couple that will kick off the show?
I was really hoping it would have been Madonna & Lady Gaga but that is just me. Elton is a great musician and Gaga has some piano skills.
I can see it now; Gaga dressed as Elton and Elton dressed as Gaga. That would be so cool....and at the same time.....a nightmare coming to life.
What do you think of the Elton & Gaga duet combo?
Here is another video from Mariah Carey, this time featuring Nicki Minjai entitled "Up Out My Face."
What do you think? You want the song in your face or up out your face?-Dr.FB
Here is the new video from Mariah Carey "Angels Cry" featuring Ne-Yo.
Let me know what you think.-Dr.FB
We can confirm Eminem will be performing at this years Grammy Awards Sunday.
It will be a performance with Lil Wayne, Drake & Travis Barker.
Drfunkenberry.com will be interactive on Sunday during the show. More news on that soon.-Dr.FB
Well, Conan O'Brien may have been given his walking papers from NBC's Tonight Show, but that doesn't mean they've soured on his ideas for other shows.
NBC has just greenlit "Justice", the first show in a series produced by Conan's NBC-based production company. Part of Conan's deal with NBC allowed Conaco, his production company, to continue operation until the end of the development season.
"Justice" doesn't sound like a comedy either, but it's hard to tell. The pilot tells the story of a Supreme Court justice who quits his lifetime appointment to open his own law practice. Hilarity ensues!
Everyone is still speculating about where we'll next see Conan on TV. What do you guys think? Where would you like to see Coco next? -Dr.FB