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The Kelly Clarkson Show is currently considering some major changes to the show's production. According to recent reports, the talk show is mulling over relocating to the east coast's Tri-State area (New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut). The talk show has been filmed on the Universal lot in Los Angeles since its launch in 2019. According to Variety, NBCUniversal is only in the discussion phase on a potential east coast move, and nothing has been finalized. Sources close to the show said Clarkson asked NBCU to evaluate the move. Currently in its fourth season, The Kelly Clarkson Show has been renewed for a sixth season. The show will finish its current season at the Universal lot before possibly moving to a new location next fall for the fifth season. In order to "maintain consistency," production plans to keep as many people from the original cast and crew as possible.
'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Star Kyle Richards Loves These Cozy Winter 2023 Essentials From Amazon
It doesn't get very cold in Beverly Hills, CA. But Kyle Richards likes to spend her winters in Aspen, CO so she still needs warm, winter clothes to fight the ice and snow. And the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star wants to look her best while she's doing it. Recently, Richards did an Amazon Live where she showed off of her favorite cozy Amazon products for winter 2023, including hats, sweats, sweaters, coats, diffusers, bedding, and teas.
Heather Gay finally revealed how she got her mysterious black eye during the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast trip to San Diego, but the details are still unclear. The Bravo star said she "blacked out" and doesn't know "how it happened" during the first part of the RHOSLC reunion Wednesday.
As a pre-teen, Anna Kendrick put her safety at risk to advance her career. On the Jan. 19 episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden, Kendrick shared how she took a bus from Maine to NYC at 12 years old to audition for High Society on Broadway in the ultimate fake it-until-you-make-it story. "I know it sounds so bad," the actress lamented. After Corden mentioned the experience, Kendrick admitted the tale of the six-hour bus ride was "mostly" true. "I was 12, but my 14-year-old brother was with me, so, ha, wonderful. So very responsible," she deadpanned. "So I auditioned for High Society, the first job that I had. And we were told, no matter what happens in an audition, just be like, 'yes of course.' You know, anything they ask you just be like, 'oh, of course.' And so they were like, 'oh, can you stay for a callback tomorrow?'" The pre-teen and her young brother were taken aback by the request. "I don't know what to do. So, my parents faxed a copy of their credit card to like the cheapest hotel in New York City that they could find. And they were like, our children are checking in first, and we'll be along shortly, obviously, because it would be insane for these two children to just be checking into a hotel by themselves," Kendrick said pointedly.