Another week has flown by! Can you handle it? Can you?!?!? Whether you’re down with the inevitable passage of time or not, the time has come for us to once more decide who is having the Best Week Ever.
As usual, we can’t reveal who that lucky person is until an all-new episode of Best Week Ever airs Friday, April 11 at 10/9 C. However, we do have some sweet behind-the-scenes clips for you where the Best Week Ever cast makes their case for who should take the top honor. Check it out!
True Blood fan Joanna Bradley thinks that Anna Camp should take home the top prize this week.
But, Emily Tarver is drawing upon the strength and might of the Who Crew. She thinks this week belongs to Betty Who.
Finally, Sherrod Small is arguing that former Superman, Tom Welling, is back and better than ever. Could he be having the Best Week Ever?
That’s just what the cast thinks. We want to know what you think!
Who do YOU think is having the Best Week Ever?
Don’t forget to tune in for a brand new episode of Best Week Ever this Friday, April 11 at 10/9 C! SET YOUR DVR!
Mickey Rooney’s final wish will be granted. The actor, who died of a heart attack on Sunday, will rest next to Hollywood legends including Rudolph Valentino, Douglas Fairbanks, Jayne Mansfield, and Charlie Chaplin, in Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
“I just signed the settlement papers,” Mike Augustine, Trustee of Rooney’s estate, told PEOPLE Thursday evening.
Augustine and Rooney’s wife Jan came to an agreement over where the late actor would be buried, and will be collaborating on a small memorial for family to be held in the next few days. They hope to generate support from around the entertainment industry for a larger memorial in the coming weeks.
For the past couple of days, the two sides had been in a disagreement over Rooney’s burial with Jan wanting it to take place in Westlake, where the couple lived together until 2012, and own adjacent lots.
Augustine, following several conversations with Rooney, says he was merely fulfilling his friend’s wish to be laid to rest in Hollywood.
CBS has confirmed that Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman as host of The Late Show in 2015 and we have to admit that it’s an amazing choice. Sure, it would have been incredible to see a hilarious woman or comic of color take the reins of CBS’s late night show, but we have to admit that Stephen Colbert is going to rule late night.
A good late night host needs to have mastered a very specific set of skills. He or she needs to be able to deliver sharp monologue jokes that lampoon politics or skewer the news. He or she needs to be a fantastic interviewer. Finally, a 21st century late night host needs to have their finger on the pulse. So much so that it’s not enough to have a sense of the nation’s zeitgeist; a modern late night host needs to define it.
We have no doubts that Stephen Colbert will fit in nicely with network late night. He’s a master of political satire, has insanely good interview skills and continues to churn out viral comedy and music sensations all the time. Do you remember his Daft Punk sketch? (Rather, how could you forget?)
We’re so confident that Colbert is the best man for the job that we kind of want it to be 2015 already.
While Rihanna is known for her suggestive looks and sexy style, she’s been covering things up more now that she’s with Drake. When the two aren’t together, she’s keeping things demure. But when she’s with Drake, the clothes come off. This is one woman who knows how to keep her man.
Tori Spelling is back in the news thanks to her new reality show on Lifetime. But she’s also been getting attention thanks to her marriage troubles with Dean. Given all the pressures of filming a reality show while trying to fix a marriage, are these two headed for divorce? The network says no, they might make it through.