Despicable plastic surge-oholic Sarah Burge, who infamously presented her seven-year-old daughter with a boob job voucher for her birthday and a liposuction voucher for Christmas, was a guest on Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show — until the silver fox had just about enough, and told the "Human Barbie" to leave.
We heard from a tipster that glass closet aficionado Anderson Cooper was bringing his boyfriend Benjamin Maisani to the holiday party for his daytime talk show Anderson tomorrow evening and alleges it is because the show is prepping Anderson's big coming out episode for February sweeps. Can this be true?
Dreamy closet case and CNN's chief hurricane correspondent Anderson Cooper's life isn't going to get any less busy, because his daytime talk show Anderson just got renewed for a second season. That means we'll get even more reasons to get shirtless, gun shows, scary bugs, and all sorts of other wooden interactions with the audience.
Anderson Cooper has been to war zones, hurricane disaster sites, and the Roxy after 6am, so he knows something about scary places. But what's the one thing that the unflappable newsman is scared of? Bugs.
We all know that America's greatest poop phone user, Anderson Cooper, will take every opportunity to take his shirt off on camera. But what about his arms? When he rolled up his shirt to get a flu shot on today's episode of Anderson, he paused briefly to flex for the crowd and said, "Welcome to the gun show." Then he got all bashful about it and his infamous giggle followed. Oh, Anderson, you're so cute when you don't know how hot you are.
It's just three weeks into Anderson Cooper's new daytime adventure, and the show has already devolved into the sort of unscrupulous talk-show tactics that Cooper's prime-time newsman personality would turn up his nose at: A teenager is in a coma after one of Anderson's producers encouraged him to record his reckless behavior for a show on the "teenage mind."
I give Anderson Cooper a ton of crap for being a high-profile closet case, but I'm actually an Anderson Cooper fan. That said, the first episode of his new daytime talk show Anderson was a bit of a disappointment.
Here's the latest promo for Anderson Cooper's upcoming talk show, called simply, Anderson, and produced by Nosredna Studios. (Get it? Like Harpo? Because he's the next Oprah? Never mind.) Anyway, I think this promo is supposed to show you what a fun, dynamic, regular guy Anderson is — zipping around Manhattan on his mountain bike, occasionally stopping for a pickup game of basketball or chess in Tompkins Square Park, then off to Harlem to help some orphans and nuns paint a mural, then back to Chelsea for his TRX suspension training class, then cleaned up in a tuxedo at the Met for opening night of an all-male production of Madame Butterfly that just took Denmark by storm. Which I can totally get behind! I'd love to do all those things, too. But I'll probably just wind up sitting here on the couch with a pint of Greek yogurt watching Anderson instead. May I ask something, however? Where is Anderson's helmet? And why does he get his hair cut by Uzbek barbers in the East Village? In short, why doesn't Anderson care more about his head? A lot is riding on that precious silver noggin! Protect the head! Pamper the head! Cherish the head! [via HuffPo]