Lisa Lampanelli’s hilarious outspoken behavior has been known to turn heads, but there’s something else about the comedian that’s stealing the show— her dramatic weight loss!
“I’ve lost a total of 106 pounds,” the Celebrity Apprentice star, who celebrated the one-year anniversary of her gastric-sleeve surgery on April 9, tells In Touch, on stands now. “I feel like I’ve reached the weight I’m supposed to be. I’m officially a skinny bitch!”
Although Lisa has never had a goal weight set, she credits her newly slim frame to the exercise and portion control she’s maintained, but admits she’s still “a work in progress.”
Miley Cyrus is the Maxim 100 2013 choice for the hottest woman in the world, and Monday morning Howard Stern announced that he couldn’t be less impressed with the choice.
That’s ridiculous. They’re doing that because who the Hell talks about Maxim anymore? You know, I get Maxim magazine. I read it. I mean, I like the little information and stuff, but listen: Miley Cyrus is not the most beautiful girl in the world. She looks odd, actually.
After years of countless impersonations from Howard himself, Artie Lange and various others, Mike Tyson finally decided to stop by the greatest radio show of all time.
His Spike Lee directed one-man show, “Undisputed Truth” returned back to New York City which chronicles his boxing and personal career-timeline to shed light on his life to the public. Much like using his Broadway show as therapy for himself, Mike used his appearance to speak about his prison life, having relations with a sexy drug counselor 3 times a day, dealing with drugs, suicidal thoughts and more.
Rush Limbaugh is considering cutting ties with radio operator Cumulus Media at the end of 2013 amid large advertising losses, Politico reported.
If Limbaugh leaves, some 40 Cumulus-owned radio stations would lose the rights to the most popular talk radio program in the country. The show could move to different stations in dozens of markets or even make the leap to satellite radio, as controversial radio host Howard Stern did when he came under censorship pressure in 2004. Seems like it would be in the interest of SiriusXM to make a bid for Limbaugh as Howard Stern’s replacement since Stern’s contract is expiring in a couple of years.
Politico’s source told them Cumulus CEO Lew Dickey blames much of the company’s recent multimillion-dollar losses on Limbaugh’s controversial remarks about Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown law student. In February of 2012, Limbaugh referred to Fluke as “a slut” because she called on Congress to mandate insurance coverage of birth control. The subsequent controversy over those remarks resulted in a massive advertising boycott.