Comedian Jimmy Kimmel had planned to take his “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on the road from Los Angeles to Brooklyn. Despite that Hurricane Sandy is about to wreak havoc on the East Coast, he’s still planning to film his late night show in the borough starting Oct. 29.
A rep for the show tells Entertainment Weekly, “We are bringing in back-up generators and will be able to… Continue reading Hurricane Sandy not forcing Jimmy Kimmel to cancel Brooklyn shows (yet)
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At least there’s plenty of material for monologues. Jimmy Kimmel Live will still film this week’s shows at the Brooklyn Academy of Music starting Monday, as scheduled, despite Hurricane Sandy. “We are bringing in back-up generators and will be able to do our show in the event of a power failure,” a rep for the show tells EW… Continue reading ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ Brooklyn shows to go on despite storm
On January 20, 1964, Sports Illustrated debuted their first ever Swimsuit Issue, with covergirl Babette March. Over the years, actresses, models and (of course) athletes would follow her lead, stripping down and throwing on swimwear for the privilege to appear in one of the most sought after magazine issues of the year.
So what happens to those who first get their start in S.I.? Well, some continue to model