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When comparing new video from The Runaways to real footage of Joan Jett, Kristen Stewart proves she has the singing and acting chops to pull off the role.
Jerry Seinfeld's ability to find humor in everyday situations made me love him. Now he's hoping that this brand of laugh-at-life humor will make his new show The Marriage Ref a hit. On the show, celebrities listen to married couples describe an intractable argument. The panel includes celebs known for their stable family lives (like Kelly Ripa) and some known for messy divorces (like Alec Baldwin), who then discuss the dilemma and ultimately issue a judgment.
When I saw a commercial I found the premise promising, but after last night's sneak peek, many critics expect the show to be a dud. Still I'm curious how you like the concept of having strangers weigh in on your relationship arguments. When you can't decide what color to paint your walls, where to spend the holidays, or what movie to see on the weekend, would life be easier if you could just present your argument and let a relationship ref pick a winner?
If you're still not over the cancellation of Seinfeld (I know I'm not), then I've got some semi-good news for you. Tonight, Jerry Seinfeld returns to NBC, only this time it's for a reality show. Seinfeld serves as producer for The Marriage Ref, a show that dissects arguments of real-life couples, eventually declaring a winner. A panel of celebrity judges will get to weigh in on the dispute, but the referee himself — Tom Papa — gets to make the final call.
So why should you tune in? To be honest, I'm mostly interested in the celebrity panel. On tonight's premiere, we'll get to hear two cents from Alec Baldwin, Kelly Ripa, and Jerry Seinfeld himself (though they'll change every week). I'm expecting the weekly banter between celebs to be more entertaining than the domestic disputes, but the real question is how long it'll take for the novelty to wear off.
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