Today we visit with actor Tahj Mowry, brother of identical twin actresses Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry and is known for his roles in Let’s Get Merried, How We Roll, Welcome Matt, and Baby Daddy, which ran for 6 seasons and received a People Choice Award. Tahj played a recurring role as Teddy on Full House and is best known for his role as TJ Henderson in Smart Guy
We'll chat about his new Disney+ original series, The Muppets Mayhem! Celeb cameos, include: Lil Nas X, Tommy Lee, Zedd, Ziggy Marley, Cheech and Chong, Ryan Seacrest, deadmau5, Kesha, Paula Abdul, Morgan Freeman, Steve Aoki, and Chris Stapleton. Tahj plays Gary “Moog” Moogowski, a die-hard super fan of the muppet's Electric Mayhem band. The show follows the Electric Mayhem as they embark on a wild road tour.
The Muppets Mayhem premiered May 10th on Disney +.
Here is the trailer. https://youtu.be/HhP4QiK8GzA
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A new study on dating app dealbreakers reports that 1 in 5 women will outright reject a man who mentions that he’s a vegan on his dating profile. The study was conducted by Alexander, a behavioral and cognitive neuroscience graduate student, who is known as @Datepsych on Twitter. He collected info on digital dating dealbreakers from his 18,500 Twitter followers, and here are some of his findings…
• 8% of men reject women with tattoos.
• 10% of women reject men who pose with a fish they caught
• “Hat-fishing,” or men who wear hats in all their photos, presumably to hide a bald head, is rejected by only 5% of women.
• Surprisingly, just 17% of women will reject a shirtless man.
• 45% of men reject single moms, while only about a quarter of women would reject a single dad.
• 53% of men reject women who feel the need to present a laundry list of things they don’t want in a mate — without being able to articulate what they do want.
• 62% of women will flat-out reject a man’s profile that seems negative.
• A guy’s poor grammar in his profile is a dealbreaker for 22% of women.
• 20% of women aren’t interested in a guy who posts a pic of himself with a bunch of other women.
• 20% of women will flat-out reject male profiles with filtered pics.
• Excessive makeup is a dealbreaker for 16% of men.
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Using a cell phone for just 30 minutes a week may increase the risk of high blood pressure, a leading cause of heart attacks and strokes, according to new research. People who spent that amount of time talking, even hands-free, saw their risk for hypertension rise by 12%. Those who spent 6 hours a week on the phone raised this risk by 25%. The research team, at Southern Medical University in China, surmised that mobile phone use could be contributing to the growing number of cases of the deadly disease, as rates have more than doubled in recent decades. Cell phones emit low levels of radiofrequency energy, which has been linked to increases in blood pressure after short-term exposure.
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Even “America’s dad” Tom Hanks has days where he isn’t a perfectly nice guy. He admitted that he can be a nightmare on movie sets while promoting his debut novel “The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece”, centered on the production of a superhero movie, and featuring an egotistical actor who disrupts filming. Hanks told BBC: “I have pulled every single one of those moments of behavior myself on a set. Not everybody is at their best every single day…I’ve had tough days trying to be a professional when my life has been falling apart…and the requirement for me that day is to be funny, charming and loving.” He declined to mention on which movie sets he was “a nightmare” to work with.
“S.W.A.T.” fans had quite the roller coaster ride – but one that ended on a high note, as CBS reversed its decision and un-canceled the cop show for one more season. Fans were appropriately upset about the series being canceled, and Shemar Moore even spoke out about it, using some dirty language while calling it a mistake. Next, the network and Sony Pictures TV came to an agreement and renewed S.W.A.T. for a 13-episode final season. As soon as news broke, fans took to social media in droves to share their excitement that 20-Squad will indeed be back for another season.
“Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” quickly established its reign over Netflix‘s English-language TV charts for the week of May 1-7, amassing 148.28M viewing hours in its first weekend on the streamer. Such a strong start for the Shonda Rhimes prequel series could indicate it will join both seasons of “Bridgerton” among Netflix’s most-watched series of all time. Each season drew more than 600M hours viewed in their first 28 days on the service. “Queen Charlotte” appeared in Netflix’s top-10 in 91 countries.
Warner Bros. has set a release date for Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice 2.” Sadly, saying his name 3 times won’t summon the movie any earlier than Sept. 6, 2024. The sequel follows Burton’s 1988 horror comedy, which starred Michael Keaton as a ghoulish “bio-exorcist” hired by a recently deceased couple (Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis) to rid their home of the pushy new humans who have moved in. The movie was embraced for its offbeat sense of humor, inventive visuals, and music – both Danny Elfman’s unforgettable score and the Harry Belafonte songs on the soundtrack.
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Scientists have discovered a frog with glowing bones.
Starbucks has revealed 2 new chilled drinks to cool down your summer.
You may not know this, but just in case you ever have an unfortunate incident with your iPhone, a ”Water Eject” function is available with any model running iOS 12 or newer. The Water Eject function is designed quickly remove water from your iPhone’s speaker, and prevent it from causing long-term damage. When activated, Siri will automatically play a tone designed to push water out of the speaker. The sound vibrations created by the tone can help to dislodge water that may be trapped inside the speaker grille. To have it on standby, simply open your iPhone’s web browser and download the Water Eject shortcut from the Shortcuts Gallery.
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✓ If you go blind in one eye, you only lose about one-fifth of your vision.
✓ Napoleon Bonaparte was afraid of cats.
✓ The average baby spends 27.5 months in diapers.
✓ The harmonica is the world’s best-selling music instrument.
✓ You can tell a pig is sick when it stops curling its tail.
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Answer: Change their shoes
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Have you ever received a text containing an “upside-down smiley face” and wondered what the heck THAT’S supposed to mean? Me too. That’s a strange one, but the “woman tipping hand” emoji is among the most confounding for people, according to a study, which also put the “money with wings” and “nail polish” icons at the top of the list. The survey, by Preply, a language learning app, also asked people what they believed the emoji of a woman tipping her hand meant. 35% of respondents checked the box next to “feeling sassy,” while 31% took it to mean “I have a suggestion,” and 20% said “feeling sarcastic.” The official “Emojipedia” website reveals that the symbol “is commonly used to express sassiness or sarcasm.” As for the “upside-down smiley face”, it can mean sarcasm, passive aggression, irony, or even goofiness or flirting.
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MOST POPULAR BABY NAMES OF 2022:
The Social Security Administration in the US has released its official list of last year’s most popular baby names. Interestingly, the ‘fastest rising’ boys’ names were “Dutton” and “Kayce” — inspired by the Paramount Network series “Yellowstone.” Here are the top-10 most popular girls’ and boys’ names last year…
1. Olivia (4th straight year at #1) 1. Liam (6th straight year at #1)
2. Emma 2. Noah
3. Charlotte 3. Oliver
4. Amelia 4. James
5. Sophia 5. Elijah
6. Isabella 6. William
7. Ava 7. Henry
8. Mia 8. Lucas
9. Evelyn 9. Benjamin
10. Luna 10. Theodore
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