P!nk took the American Music Awards to new heights… literally! And Bill Murray has a new show about baseball! Get the scoop on this and more in today’s Hollywood Stories with Christine Lee! P!nk can do anything and she can do it better than you — that’s basically what we learned during the American Music Awards! She did her performance strapped to a harness off the side of a building! She wasn’t as afraid of the height as she was about being able to breathe while singing!
The internet isn’t on board with the Sexiest Man Alive. And Pharrell recorded a song we won’t hear until 2117. Plus, you won’t believe the original premise for This Is Us! All this and more in Christine Lee’s Hollywood Stories! A lot of people on social media are complaining about Blake Shelton being voted the Sexiest Man Alive. Christine says he’s a nice guy and people should just get over it. And Gary thinks the whole award is stupid anyway.
Rachel in Glastonbury stepped up to the plate to take on Christine. Find out who won and play along with the questions below! Highlight underneath each question to see the answer! And see if you Can’t Beat Christine! Gene Simmons was heckled recently during a show in Providence. He went into the crowd to look for the guy. Is Gene Simmons his real name or a stage name? Stage name. His real name is Chaim Witz. Travis Barker turned 42 yesterday. He is the drummer for what band?
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