Powered By
Here's the Scoop...

It's finally happening! It's Colonel Sanders versus Colonel Sanders in KFC's upcoming Super Bowl ad.

The comedic 15-second spot released by the fast-food chain Tuesday, features the more familiar Colonel Sanders played by Rob Riggle who has promoted KFC throughout the NFL season attempting to vanquish a new, solid-gold Colonel portrayed by Billy Zane.

"I put gold on my legs, my thighs, my tenders," Zane says to begin the ad which promotes the company's new Georgia Gold Honey Mustard BBQ menu options before he is interrupted by Riggle.

Riggle is then knocked out by Zane's golden body after he attempts to rush into his rival.

"It's finger licking gold," Zane says in conclusion, a play on KFC's signature "It's finger licking good" catchphrase.

The ad will air during Super Bowl LI on Feb. 5.

Are you gonna watch this Sunday?

Be Well,

Comments? Questions? Nooz? Email Steve


Lady Gaga named new face of Tiffany & Co.
Lady Gaga has been named the new face of Tiffany and Co.'s latest fashion jewelry collection, Tiffany HardWear.

"In New York, you're born knowing that Tiffany is the best, and that it is where the magic happens. The brand is definitive and iconic, yet continues to push and evolve with the times," the pop star said in a statement regarding the new partnership.

"To me, Tiffany represents timeless American jewelry," she continued.

The jeweler also released a black and white video announcing Gaga as their new spokesperson which features the 30-year-old discussing creativity.

"I always want to be challenging the status quo, it's who I am. I love to change," Gaga says in the clip. "It's pretentious to talk about how creative you are. I don't feel that way at all, I think it's empowering and important and I'm coming for you."

Tiffany and Co. also plans on releasing a 60-second ad introducing the new line starring Gaga during Super Bowl LI on Sunday. The spot coincide's with the singer performing during the halftime show.

"Losing my anonymity after Easy A, it was like being 7 years old all over again...It terrified me."
--Emma Stone, on struggling with fame, to The Hollywood Reporter

??? Guess Who ???

Which former talk show host joins '60 Minutes' as special contributor?

'Lois & Clark' alum Teri Hatcher joins 'Supergirl'
Lois & Clark alum Teri Hatcher has joined the cast of Supergirl.

The 52-year-old actress, who played Lois Lane on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, will portray a villain in Season 2 of The CW series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Variety reported Hatcher's character will become "the new Big Bad" of the season. The actress will appear in a multi-episode arc in the months to come.

"No offense to any of the wonderful actresses who have also played the part, but Teri Hatcher is my all time favorite Lois Lane," executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said.

"To have her come back to the SuperWorld in a competely different part is an unbelievable gift to me, [executive producer] Greg [Berlanti] and the fans," he added.

Lois & Clark, which co-starred Dean Cain as Superman, had a four-season run on ABC from 1993 to 1997. Hatcher told Radio Times in 2013 that she was open to returning to the Superman franchise.

"I would love to do something Superman," she said. "Until there's actually something real I don't know what it is. But am I openminded? Sure."

Supergirl will reunite Hatcher with her Desperate Housewives co-star Mehcad Brooks, who plays Jimmy Olsen. The actress played Susan Mayer throughout Desperate Housewives' eight-season run on ABC.

??? Guess Who ???

Which former talk show host joins '60 Minutes' as special contributor?

Oprah Winfrey will be joining long-running CBS newsmagazine 60 Minutes this fall as a special contributor.

"I've been a big admirer of 60 Minutes since my days as a young reporter," the television entrepreneur said in a statement Tuesday.

"I'm so excited and proud to join forces with this historic news program, which for me represents the bastion of journalistic storytelling. At a time when people are so divided, my intention is to bring relevant insight and perspective, to look at what separates us, and help facilitate real conversations between people from different backgrounds," she continued.

"She has achieved excellence in everything she has touched. Her body of work is extraordinary, including thousands of interviews with people from all walks of life," added 60 Minutes executive producer Jeff Fager.

"She is a remarkable and talented woman with a level of integrity that sets her apart and makes her a perfect fit for 60 Minutes. I am thrilled that she will be bringing her unique and powerful voice to our broadcast."

Winfrey has a longstanding relationship with CBS after the network purchased King World Productions in 1999, the company that launched the 63-year-olds legendary daytime talkshow. As part of the deal, Winfrey gained control of one-half percentage of CBS stock.

Winfrey is also an executive producer for CBS' syndicated Dr. Phil program.

Details surrounding Winfrey's role on 60 Minutes was not released however it is expected that will partake in one-one interviews as she has done throughout her career.

Top Viewed Issues