Back in November, actor Jeff Garlin appeared on Larry King Now. Before leaving, Jeff found himself trapped by The King in a relatively unnoticed and unheard exchange. Luckily, our editing team recently discovered FOOTAGE of the conversation…but there’s one problem…it’s missing audio!
What in the world was Larry saying to Jeff? Our team is certainly stumped, so we need your help!
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After Tim visited Larry King’s home and took a peek through his closets, Gunn was nice enough to sign a copy of “Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible: The Fascinating History of Everything in Your Closet.”
Now you have a chance to win the book Diane von Furstenberg said showed Tim was “fun and chatty, but most of all … incredibly knowledgable and informed!”
All you have to do is enter to win on our Giveaways page, and you can win this great book, inscribed with Gunn’s catch phrase — “Make it Work!”
We hope you enjoyed yesterday’s “Larry King Now” episode with Maria Sharapova, who spoke to Larry about her new line of candy, Sugarpova.
As an extra bonus for viewers, Maria left behind an entire gift box of Sugarpova candy and accessories, including a T-shirt and a make up bag. Want this free “Larry King Now” swag? Just enter on our Giveaways page and you could win from Ora TV!
How you doin’?
Wendy Williams, owner of one of TV’s best and most recognizable catch phrases, is on today’s all-new “Larry King Now,” talking a variety of topics, including what that iconic saying achieves.
“It’s a friendly way to walk into the room,” Williams told Larry King on today’s episode. “It breaks up the crowd, so that people don’t think I’m there for evil, I’m there for good. Because I’m a very tall woman.”
Larry asked Wendy about her huge rise in popularity since her transition from radio to TV, and whether she’s worried about her ever-growing competition in the daytime talk market.
“I’m running this TV race with blinders on,” said Williams. “I’m a thoroughbred. I don’t need to look to the left or right. I’m competing with myself.”
Catch this full episode of “Larry King Now” today at 5 pm ET on Ora TV & Hulu, but first check out some selected clips from the episode on Ora TV:
Don’t miss your chance to take home an autographed copy of Wendy’s book, “Ask Wendy: Straight Up Advice for All the Drama in Your Life” — visit our “Giveaways” Page for more info!
Celebrity chef Curtis Stone is a busy man, and if he has his way, he’ll be even busier come the end of 2013.
When Stone visited Larry King’s home on today’s all-new episode of “Larry King Now,” he let Larry in on a few of the secrets of his next restaurant venture he’ll be opening in Beverly Hills in the coming months.
“It [will be] very small, very intimate,” said Stone, who spent the episode inside Larry’s kitchen. “We’ll cook fantastic food. No menu. You’re going to put yourself in the chef’s hands.”
Stone said he hoped the restaurant would be open by October, but was confident it would open at its South Beverly Drive location by November at the latest.
As Larry and Curtis continued their cooking demonstration, Stone took out a mallet to flatten some meat and took the opportunity to talk about his critics.
“This is for all the restaurant critics that are going to come in and criticize my cooking once I open the new restaurant,” Stone said as he pounded away with the mallet.
“How can they criticize it?,” Larry replied coyly. “They don’t even know what they’re ordering — there aint even a menu!”
Watch tonight’s all-new “Larry King Now” with Curtis on Ora TV & Hulu
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