Country star John Rich, rapper Lil Jon and actor Gary Busey gather outside a Manhattan pizza joint with a giant inflatable guitar and a handful of fliers. Dressed as a cross between a deranged carnival worker and late-night televangelist, Busey — the natural barker of the bunch — assumes the identity of the "Pepperoni Profit" [sic], screaming at unsuspecting tourists to "stop the bus, turn off the key and get your butts in here!" The ones who oblige him score a slice — and a front-row seat to the spectacle of this season's first Celebrity Apprentice challenge, debuting tonight with a two-hour premiere.
Mark McGrath is engaged to longtime girlfriend Carin Kingsland, and the couple is expecting twins, People reports.
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Good Morning America
7 am/ET ABC
Is it just our intuition or does Jamie Foxx have an upcoming tour to promote? As it happens, his Intuition (that's his latest CD) Tour kicks off July 3 in Las Vegas. He'll be busy before that, too: Spike's Guys Choice awards on Sunday and The BET Awards (which he'll host) on June 28. Maybe there'll be an Obama impression someplace, but Foxx's focus this morning on GMA's Central Park concert will be on keeping up the momentum from "Blame It," his platinum single from Intuition.
Read on for previews of Mr. Troop Mom, Don't Forget the Lyrics!, Real Time with Bill Maher and Whale Wars.
Don't Forget the Lyrics!
8 pm/ET FOX
The Wayne Brady-hosted music gamer welcomes Howard Stern's producer (and frequent target of abuse), Gary Dell'Abate, aka Baba Booey, who faces the music in a lyrical test for charity. Baba won't go bye-bye without a fight. Singer Mark McGrath of the rock band Sugar Ray, no stranger to remembering lyrics, is on hand to offer help. There's a profound element to tonight's game as Dell'Abate tries to raise money for LIFEbeat, a music-industry charity in the fight against AIDS. Dell'Abate's brother, Steven, died of AIDS in 1991.
Spring may have barely sprung, but Fox is ready for warmer days with its summer TV lineup, including a handful of seasonal staples and a newcomer to the airwaves.
Honoring network tradition, reality mainstay So You Think You Can Dance will kick off the summer programming on the heels of American Idol's May 21 finale. As previously announced ...