Grapevine: ‘Innovation Nation’ earns Emmy noms
‘The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation’ earns Emmy nominations
For the fourth year in a row, “The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation” has been nominated for a Daytime Emmy. The show, which stars comedian and host Mo Rocca, is up for Outstanding Educational/Informational show and Outstanding Writing Special Class. “Innovation Nation,” which is filmed at the Dearborn museum and related attractions, will air its 100th episode on April 28 on CBS.
Stephen Clark will host a new morning show on radio’s WOMC
Just weeks after retiring from WXYZ-TV, on-air anchor Stephen Clark has resurfaced on the radio. He’ll co-host a new morning show on 104.3 WOMC-FM 6-10 a.m. daily. The new show will debut Monday, but Clark’s co-host won’t be revealed until April 5. “I am thrilled to be returning to my radio roots where I began my broadcast career and only the legendary WOMC could have brought me out of retirement,” Clark said in a press release issued Wednesday. “I have a unique relationship with the Detroit community from my time on television and I’m looking forward to deepening that connection via daily conversations and direct interactions with listeners every morning on 104.3 WOMC.”
Tyra Banks confesses to having cosmetic surgery
Model and host Tyra Banks has admitted to having cosmetic surgery on her nose early in her career. “I had bones in my hose that were growing and itching,” she told People magazine. “I could breathe fine, but I added cosmetic surgery. I admit it! Fake hair, and I did my nose. I feel I have a responsibility to tell the truth.” Banks recently co-wrote a new memoir “Perfect Is Boring.”
‘Dawson’s Creek’ cast reunites after 20 years
Throwback fever continues as Entertainment Weekly assembles the cast of the teen drama “Dawson’s Creek” for the first time in 20 years. The issue reunited lead actors Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson, James Van Der Beek and Michelle Williams, who is now a four-time Oscar nominee. Each actor has their own solo cover, and an issue with a group photo on the cover was also released. It hits newsstands Friday.
Compiled by Melody Baetens
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