“When he walked onto the set, I said immediately to Mark Cuban to my right, ‘Who is this guy? He looks familiar,’” recalls Corcoran, who received and earful of laughter from the Dallas Mavericks owner.
“All my duet partners decided the songs they wanted to sing with me, which was a pleasure,” she told Scott. “That way I didn’t have to wreck my brain to think what would fit with them.”
“When I grew up there it was a dump,” recalls the Brooklyn-born singer.
“Somebody will come back to me after the show and say, ‘Ok Smoke, where’s the party?’ I just had the party!”
Diamond arrived at his old school, Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn, for the first time in decades. The tears that accompanied his return after such a prolonged absence were a welcome addition.
Before finding success in show business, Saget’s dreams were lofty, but not as far-fetched as the Hollywood dream.
Long ago are Ralph Malph’s “Happy Days,” but there’s a new show in town where you could catch Donny Most. The Brooklyn native joined Scott Shannon and the crew on the Big Show star phone […]
It’s not always “About a Boy” for Minnie Driver. As a matter of fact, acting was not her first choice of career – it was singing.
“They’re good people, they support the local community, and they’re really kind of bad asses,” says Batali.