Jimpire – Fallon does an Empire Parody

You’re so beautiful, you’re Good Enough, Go Up Down, Up Down… A few of the songs from the hit show, Empire – a show that is so refreshingly good, so good and so full of talented stars. We’re now down to hours until the new season hits our screens and I actually cannot wait. What are you looking forward to? I just want more Cookie and more music, besides everything else 😉

Anyway, the incredible Jimmy Fallon ran a special on his show last night, which was hilarious… Obviously! He calls it Jimpire and you can watch it below:

Well done, Jimmy and welcome back Empire!

Let the Emmys 2010 begin


Talk show host Jimmy Fallon opens the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards with a Glee-inspired number- a musical opening? Always gets the crowds excited. After Golden Gal, Betty White and co-presenter Jon Hamm spoke about thier ‘sexual chemistry’ in the opening number and backstage in the changerooms, the two had the honours of presenting the first award of the night. Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy
Eric Stonestreet wins for his role in Modern Family. “All I wanted to be was a clown in the circus growing up. A lot of people say you don’t pursue this as a career because it’s hard, but I’m so grateful for all the people I’ve met.”

Happy Thanksgiving

Today many Americans will give thanks for the harvest (according to wikipedia) and express gratitude in general. What are some of our favourite celebs up to?
– The first daughters, Malia and Sasha Obama asked their dad nicely to save Courage the turkey. He, being the man that he is, pardoned the turkey from its date with the dinner table according to People.
– The Twilight New Moon saga troop are giving thanks to all their fans via Twitter for making their movie the number blockbuster for the weekend
– Lindsay Lohan will be back home on Long Island making “Amazing” garlic mash with her family, according to her mom Dina, who told People “Lindsay is making the garlic mashed potatoes. They are amazing!” Dina Lohan told PEOPLE
– Andrea Bocelli, Boys Like Girls, Gloria Gaynor, Alan Cumming, Jimmy Fallon, The Roots, Kermit the Frog and Tiffany Thornton, Billy Currington, Jane Krakowski, Ziggy Marley and many others will be giving thanks on the streets of New York City for the 83rd Macy‘s Thanksgiving parade
– Beyonce will be all over television when her ABC I Am Yours special airs tonight. Here’s a trailer, sneak peak at what to expect:


So while America has a lot to be thankful and grateful for, we do too. I’m thankful for the opportunities I’ve been presented with this year… I’ve met amazing places, visited the most crazy and awesome places. I have loads of great friends, and the family… eish the family, they be my rock! Keep me sane, so I’m thankful 😉