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The boys of “21 Jump Street” are back and are going undercover- this time in college! “omg! Insider” correspondent Keltie Knight was on the set of “22 Jump Street” with Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum and got the inside scoop on all the behind the scenes deets. Channing revealed that he has been doing most of his own stunt work for the film which hits theaters next June and admitted, “I'm getting too old for this. I'm banged up my body's not working like it used to.”
Bob Barker is back on “The Price Is Right” and “omg! Insider” correspondent Keltie Knight sat down with the TV legend and his successor, Drew Carey as they celebrated Bob’s 90th Birthday. The hit CBS show has been on the air for over four decades and Angelica McDaniel, Senior Vice President, Daytime, CBS Entertainment has a theory to the show’s success. “It’s the longest running game show in the history of TV and this is because of Bob Barker,” she explained.
“omg! Insider” co-anchor Kevin Frazier sat down with Lupita Nyong'o and she opened up about everything from fashion, her breakout role in “12 Years a Slave” and what has been the most overwhelming thing since the film’s release. She explained, “The red carpets are very overwhelming because there's all these flashes going at you and you know you get dazed and confused by all of it and people yelling your name first of all and you're like, ‘Wait, you know my name?’ you know.”
Arizona’s Joe Cantrell simply loves Walmart. The disabled former pro wrestler and family man would often take advantage of Walmart’s price matching guarantee on his twice-a-day visits. That is, until now. After an employee refused to match a deal on some Christmas ornaments, Joe complained to management and instead of dealing with it, management at the San Tan Valley Walmart called the Sheriff claiming they were being intimidated. Now poor Joe is banned for life! I guess he's a Target man now.
The mockbuster “Sharknado” is causing whirlwinds in the Twitterverse. In the movie, a storm spews man-eating sharks on Southern California – a storyline that appears to have people talking. The hashtag “Sharknado” had a recorded 5,000 tweets per minute. To break it down, that’s 80 tweets per second! Check out the vid to see what the big to do is about the SyFy flick and watch “omg! Insider” for more of the latest in entertainment news. …
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