Nancy O'Dell

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  • Birth Name: Nancy Evelyn Humphries
  • Birth Place: Sumter, SC
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 02/25/1966, Pisces
  • Profession: Television host; entertainment journalist
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VIDEO: Miss Universe 2013: Preliminary Competition

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Miss Universe 2013: Preliminary Competition
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Length: 01:46:49
Aired: 11/5/2013

Eighty-six contestants from around the world compete in swimsuit and evening gown competitions at Crocus City Hall in Moscow. watch

VIDEO: Cheat It

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Cheat It
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Length: 22:33
Aired: 3/15/2009

Hannah and fellow superstar Austin Rain pose as a couple in order to generate some headlines, but in reality, they can't stand each other. watch

VIDEO: Cheat It

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Cheat It
Paid | iTunes
Length: 18:07:08
Aired: 3/15/2009

Miley must convince Jackson not to cheat on a test despite Jackson pointing out that she's cheating by "acting" like she likes her new duet partner for publicity's sake. watch

Videos

Wolfgang Previews Governors Ball Menu
Joan Rivers: entertainment pioneer
Your OWN Show - Cooking with Curtis Stone - Webisode
Miss USA: Truth and Dare

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Pilot
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Meet Mike Trainor/Assistant Coach
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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 Miss USA #2014 TV Show Series, Host
2014 TVGN Live With ET at the Oscars TV Show Series, Host
2013 The Smurfs 2 Movie, Actor - Herself
2013 A Hollywood Christmas at the Grove TV Show Series, Host
2012 Celebrities at Home TV Show Series, Host

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News

It's a Sunny Outlook for New Entertainment Tonight Co-Anchor Rob Marciano

During his nine years at CNN, meteorologist Rob Marciano earned raves and a Peabody Award for his work covering disasters like Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill. Now, as the new co-anchor of Entertainment Tonight, he'll be weathering a different kind of news. Marciano spoke to TV Guide Magazine about the transition from storm cells to stormy celebrities... read more

Taylor Armstrong to Admit Husband's Abuse in First Interview Since His Suicide

In her first interview since her husband's suicide, Taylor Armstrong will appear on Entertainment Tonight and discuss bruises that she says were caused by her husband, Russell Armstrong.

Armstrong's sit-down with Nancy O'Dell will air... read more

MDA Telethon Begins with Tribute to Jerry Lewis

The annual Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon wasted no time in offering a tribute to its longtime host, Jerry Lewis, and potentially defusing any backlash or disappointment with his absence.

Jerry Lewis won't host this year's telethon

After a dance performance opened the show, Lewis' replacements — Nigel Lythgoe, Jann Carl, Alison Sweeney and Nancy O'Dell — took the stage and immediately took turns talking about the comedian/filmmaker's five-decade commitment to raising money for a cure. Huge photos of Lewis at various stages of his career served as a backdrop on stage as they talked.

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Rep: Jerry Lewis Not Reinstated as Telethon Host

Jerry Lewis still isn't hosting this year's Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon.

Despite a Las Vegas Review-Journal report to the contrary, Lewis' spokeswoman, Candi Cazau, tells Reuters that his status has not changed.

Jerry Lewis stepping down from Labor Day telethon

"Him being reinstated as the host of the MDA telethon is not accurate," Cazau said.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal had cited an unnamed source close to the comedian ...
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Jerry Lewis Won’t Host This Year’s Telethon

Jerry Lewis is out as host of this year's muscular dystrophy telethon.

In May, the 85-year-old comedian-filmmaker announced that the Sept. 4 show was going to be his last. But the Muscular Dystrophy Association abruptly and briefly announced Lewis would no longer be its national chairman — or be on the upcoming Labor Day fundraiser, as he has for some five decades.

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