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ABC’s The Chase Writers Are Going on Strike

Who knows, maybe Jennings will have another job before this all cools down. Photo: Courtesy of ABC

The writers behind the challenging and robust quiz questions of ABC’s The Chase are currently striking against the show due to a contract dispute. trio), were not being met with the “Minimum Basic Agreement” of the Writers Guild of America. the famous Jeopardy! This agreement is considered fairly standard among American game shows, regardless of network or longevity. Variety reports that the show’s writing staff, whose trivia questions are attempted to be solved by a competitor as well as “Chasers” Ken Jennings, James Holzhauer, and Brad Rutter (a.k.a. Related

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Tags: (Jeopardy!, for instance, is one of those shows.) The WGA claims that the show’s production company, ITV America, refused to let the writers be “represented by the union and to receive pension and health benefits, residuals, and the other basic provisions.” ITV America disputes this claim, stating that despite “good faith negotiations,” the proposed terms “would economically cripple the show.” The Chase recently ended its first season of nine episodes, and is in limbo of receiving another season renewal.

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The Bidens Will Ring In 2021 on ABC’s Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest kicks off at Thursday at 8 p.m. Sources

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When you’re deciding which network’s coverage you’ll watch this New Year’s Eve (the answer is, as it is every year, flipping between every channel’s programming, in a nonstop loop, for hours), ABC hopes you’ll throw your vote behind their Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve special, which will feature a guest appearance by President-elect Joe Biden and his wife Dr. ET. The Vice President and the future First Lady will join host Ryan Seacrest for what Variety notes will be “the future president’s last interview of the calendar year,” unless, of course, the Bidens find themselves in some sort of time-bending Tenet-type situation, and have to repeat the last few months in reverse, which would just be the most fitting end to 2020, wouldn’t it? Times Square’s annual crowded gathering won’t be happening due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but New Year’s Rockin’ Eve will feature performances in New York, where Seacrest will be joined by Billy Porter and Lucy Hale, Los Angeles, where Ciara will host, and New Orleans with host Big Freedia, with Jennifer Lopez closing out the evening as headliner. Jill Biden Responds to the ‘Surprising’ Op-Ed Attacking Her Doctorate

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John Legend Gathers the Many Dads of Hollywood for ABC’s Father’s Day Special

The show also promises “plenty of surprises,” which almost certainly means additional, even more unexpected dads. Sources

Deadline

Tags: EST. You can watch it while your dad takes a much deserved nap on the couch Sunday, June 21 at 8 p.m. Legend, who will play music off his upcoming album Bigger Love (hence the title), dropping June 19, will be joined by wife Chrissy Teigen and children Luna and Miles. According to Deadline, John Legend is set to host ABC’s John Legend and Family: A Bigger Love Father’s Day, an hour-long variety show featuring, but not limited too, dads like Shaquille O’Neal, Patton Oswalt, Stevie Wonder, Scottie Pippen, Ahmad Rashad, Andy Roddick, Deion Sanders, Marlon Wayans, Roy Wood Jr., Anthony Anderson, Ike Barinholtz, Common, Michael Ealy, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jim Gaffigan, Tony Gonzalez, Lil Rel Howery, Taran Killam, and Ne-Yo. Photo: Rich Fury/VF20/Getty Images for Vanity Fair

Hollywood is filled with dads, and next Sunday, the daddest dad of them all will assemble them for a Father’s Day special filled with musical performances, comedy, and more dads.

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Disney Family Singalong Heads to ABC, Right As Your Vocal Cords Give Out

If only John Stamos and Christina Aguilera could also remotely make and serve your kids another box of mac ‘n’ cheese, too, you’d finally remember what it is to know peace. According to Variety, the one-hour special, hosted by Ryan Seacrest, will feature celebrities like Josh Gad, John Stamos, Auli’i Cravalho, Christina Aguilera, Kristin Chenoweth, and Michael Bublé joining together (remotely, of course) to serenade you and your kids with your favorite Disney tunes, from movies like Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Toy Story, Frozen, and Moana. EST. Enter The Disney Family Singalong, headed to ABC on Thursday, April 16 at 8 p.m. Photo: Disney

We are in the thick of the coronavirus quarantine now, with schools likely to remain closed for the rest of the school year, and your rendition of Frozen II has gone from “Idina Menzel would be proud” to “Who is strangling that parrot to the tune of ‘Into the Unknown’?” You’re no Adele Dazeem, but that doesn’t mean you should give yourself vocal nodes trying to keep your children entertained for a few minutes. Sources

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Modern Family’s Ty Burrell Wasn’t ‘Appealing, Charming, or Funny’ Enough for ABC

Tags: “We wrote the part of Phil for Ty Burrell, and we went to the network and said, ‘We want Ty Burrell for this,’” Modern Family co-creator and showrunner Steven Levitan explained. “I got word that it was basically over,” Burrell recalled. Oh yeah, and he won the award twice. “They weren’t big fans.” The network’s quibbles were that they wanted Phil to have a slight bit of edge — in fact, Friends star Matt LeBlanc was offered the role, but he passed due to believing he couldn’t embody the character well enough. One anecdote, though, caught our attention: When the character of Phil Dunphy, a goofball family man and amateur magician, was being cast, ABC initially wanted nothing to do with Ty Burrell, who would go on to be nominated for eight Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Emmys for the role. Basic things about you personally that they don’t like.” Tony Hale and Steven Weber were among the 232 actors who also auditioned for Phil. “They’re not finding you appealing, charming, funny. Photo: ABC

After 11 seasons, three families, and thousands of interviews with an unseen documentary crew, Modern Family concludes its sitcom reign on Wednesday evening, freeing its clan of Dunphys and Pritchetts and Delgados into eternal syndication heaven (and, more importantly, eternal syndication checks). Levitan’s solution for the casting impasse was a fun one: He and Burrell “grabbed a camcorder and created a scene from my life with my son,” which they recorded and passed along to the powers that be. To give the show a fitting send-off, ABC aired an hourlong documentary A Modern Farewell prior to the series finale, which was pretty much a lovely excuse to reminisce about everything from the casting process to the series’ spectacular award show rise and fall. (That scene, depicting a dad accidentally hitting his son with a BB gun, would go on to be included in Modern Family’s pilot between Phil and Luke.) “The network saw it and said, We get it, all right, good, go,” Levitan said. “And that was it.”

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Leslie Jones’s Supermarket Sweep Revival Dashes to ABC

Also, when does the series premiere? That was the appeal behind the original 1960s Supermarket Sweep and its popular 1990s reboot. Last August, Leslie Jones announced that she’d be executive producing and hosting a reboot of Supermarket Sweep, and on Wednesday, ABC announced that it will add the series to its retro-game-show slate. On Wednesday, ABC shared a statement from Jones about the upcoming series:

“I’ve always dreamed of being on Supermarket Sweep,” said Leslie Jones. She’d be game-show gold! Being able to bring the iconic game show back to life on ABC is my ultimate redemption story!”

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Tags: ABC didn’t reveal an air date, and we’re on tenterhooks. In the meantime, you can always watch Guy Fieri’s souped-up take on the format, Guy’s Grocery Games, which airs approximately one thousand times a day. Sure, Ken Jennings is leading the Jeopardy! “Seriously, I tried out for the show years ago, and after getting turned away, I knew I’d have to take matters into my own hands. The series will be produced by British company Fremantle. Namely: Who on earth was the casting director for the ’90s-era Supermarket Sweep, and why on earth did they turn Jones down? tourney, but does he know the price of a gallon of milk? Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Clusterfest

It’s the most elegant, synergistic melding of product placement and entertainment ever concocted: a supermarket game show in which contestants showcase their knowledge of grocery brands and then scurry around the linoleum, filling their carts.

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Dreamville – 1993 Lyrics

(Oh-oh-oh-oh)
[Chorus: Smino]
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up
Roll up
[Verse 3: Doctur Dot]
Yeah
Sittin’ sideways, side steppin’ side bitches
Side eyes, light skin, need stitches, mind your business
You’re slurring, my baby, you’re surfing, no turfing
My girl drippin’, dirty whispers in my ear
I don’t mumble
ABC your way up out the convo
Lookin’ for sluts, oh? Nigga, ayy
We can’t rap, nigga, we smoking weed
Stop rappin’, nigga, this is not a rap session
We gettin’ high
[Verse 5: J. Can I smoke, nigga? Oh, I know a couple
[Interlude: Buddy]
Bro, bro, bro, bro
Ayy, bro, bro, bro, bro
Ayy, nigga, come on, like
Nigga, stop rapping, start passing
(Oh-oh-oh-oh)
Like can I? I pick this shit up
Then drank all the water and threw this shit up
It’s ash in my cup, I’m mad as a muh’, huh
I push pack like USPS, you is a bitch
[Interlude: Buddy]
Ayy, yo, yo, shut the fuck, ayy
Don’t even rap, nigga, you
Ayy, hold on
Hold the fuck up, nigga
[Verse 2: Cozz]
Tell me why you wanna come get high tonight
I only got one reason, I’m top dog tonight
I let the broads borrow my room and I got caught tonight
Drunken partying, slobbering, ‘nother sloppy night
Always fight with my mama, but look, on my leave night
I’ll call her, when I’m a baller, I promise that I’ma score you
Until then, I’ma ignore you, it’s nothing personal (Sorry)
I’m just tryna fuck a couple girls and go
Can’t do that while I’m on the phone
I’m not a mother’s boy, I’m a motherfucker
[Interlude: Buddy]
Ayy, ayy, ayy, ayy, ayy, ayy, hold on, hold on, nigga
Can I smoke? Can I smoke? Cole, he done grew some dreads
He think he smoke now
Pass the blunt, nigga, stop rappin’
That’s the end of the song, nigga
This the end of the session, we goin’ home
I just called my Lyft
I just wanna call the, I mean hit the blunt, I mean
Let me try one more time Cole]
If I smoke a blunt right now
I’ma be on 285 with my pants pulled down
Around my ankles
Still no stranger to the blunt smoke, gun smoke
You niggas don’t want smoke
No guts like that Swisher we just smoked
We cutthroat, niggas…
[Outro: Buddy]
Hold, hold on, hold on
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait
Hold on, wait, wait, wait, wait, ayy, wait
Shh, shh, shh
Wait, wait, wait, okay
Watson, Watson, stop
‘Cause this nigga J. My nigga
[Chorus: Smino]
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up (Bro, bro)
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up
Roll up
[Verse 4: JID]
Look, okay the weed so strong it got me stressed
The stress so strong it got me weak
I’m so on, it threw me off (Yeah)
I’m throwed off, yes indeed
I threw up after my threesome
On my threads, had to leave the crime scene like criminals do
She wanna come to my crib and give me a genital smooch
Typical, typical, get the piccolo, skididdle, skedaddle
I sling peen like a lasso
That mean king save the queen from the castle
I grab the saddle
Prisoner to prescription, it’s changed, jackal, Jack Daniels
Shawty tryna tell me
[Interlude: Buddy]
Motherfucker, ayy, didn’t I say? Play this song
[Intro: Buddy]
Ayy
These motherfuckers, man, yo
(Elite, Elite, Elite)
Check it
Yo, check it out, ayy
[Interlude: Buddy]
Since 1993 I’ve been smoking weed, ask about me
Niggas know not to, oh, wait, niggas know not to, oh, fuck, ayy
[Chorus: Smino]
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up
Roll up and pour me a drink up, let’s get fucked up
Roll up
[Verse 1: Smino]
Uh, I’m drunk at a party, ain’t put down my cup
The fuck is my water?

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ABC Orders Pilot Inspired By Hannah Simone’s Family

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New Girl alum Hannah Simone could be returning to ABC in a brand-new show. It follows the story of Hannah and her Indian-American immigrant father, who “have always been close, but after she admits to herself that she’s in a dead-end job and he reveals his marriage is over, they’re starting over together and each finding a new path. This new chapter will either make them crazy close … or just crazy.” The show is written and executive produced by Simone, Matt Fusfeld, and Alex Cuthbertson. Hannah Simone. The network announced on Tuesday evening they’d picked up a comedy pilot inspired by the actress’s family.

Robin Thede’s Life Story Reportedly Headed Over to ABC In Sitcom Form

Why not? https://t.co/l3zja2FTOy— Robin Thede (@robinthede) November 3, 2018

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Tags: Not too shabby. Actually, you know what, bring on the sobs. Thede’s show is reportedly “inspired in part by her childhood growing up dirt poor in a trailer park,” and will switch between her younger self and her fictionalized adult avatar Robin Sanders, “a famous and successful financial advisor.” So, sort of like This Is Us’s timeline jumps, except hopefully with fewer gut-wrenching sobs. This story is a (hilarious) love letter to my family! Why not let this show give you everything you need? According to Deadline, the former host of The Rundown With Robin Thede is currently developing the comedy series, which she will write and star in, for the network. Photo: Frederick M. SO HAPPY! The as-yet unnamed show will be executive produced by 30 Rock alum and Pitch Perfect screenwriter Kay Cannon. Laughter, ugly crying, financial advice. I’m so honored to be working with this team of legendary producers, Sony and ABC! Brown/Getty Images

While 2018 could have closed out as just the year BET canceled Robin Thede’s late-night show, now it’s the year she created an autobiographical sitcom for ABC. YOUR GIRL IS BACK!

ABC to Develop Danny Trejo Family Comedy, Which We’ll Go Ahead and Pretend is a Machete Sequel

And thus the cycle of action stars continues its dance. Photo: JC Olivera/Getty Images

It’s easier to imagine actor Danny Trejo tearing across hell on a machine gun/motorcyle hybrid than mending together the generations of a Latinx family estranged by prison time. Sources

Deadline

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Tags: That’s undoubtedly why ABC (correctly) assumes you’d tune into a Danny Trejo sitcom, to see if he can pull off family comedy as he easily as he would, say, a drug baron’s severed arm. The show, based loosely on the actor’s own life, features the Sons of Anarchy actor as an ex-con tasked with taking over his late mother’s restaurant… while repairing his damaged relationship with his daughter, who is resentful of the time he spent behind bars. Don’t assume, however, that Danny Trejo’s sitcom dad will be, by necessity, un-badass-ified. And so, as one ass-kicking actor passes on into network fame, somewhere else, a new one is born. According to Deadline, the network has put Trejo’s upcoming multi-cam Food & Familia into development.

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Everything RuPaul’s Drag Race Got Right About The Bachelor

The hot tubPerhaps the most accurate moment is when Shangela and Chi Chi DeVayne splash around with the Bitchelor in a hot tub. The drinkingWhat made Stacey Elza shove a pair of underwear in the Bachelor’s pocket? The Bachelor exists in a universe where the height of intimacy is a kiss under some fireworks while an unknown band plays a country song and you’re only allowed to have sex in a fantasy suite, which is sometimes an ice hotel in Finland. But “The Bitchelor” flipped those puritanical ideas a middle finger with a sequined press-on nail. The Bitchelor himself was played by Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman of Unreal. Of the eight queens who eagerly waited for an eggplant, more than half of them were people of color. The gowns! You know, true romance. What made Alexis a shark-ass bitch? The age-appropriate partnersOne thing “The Bitchelor” got wrong is the mere presence of a woman who’s old enough to run for president. Who could forget the iconic date where Ben “Oatmeal” Higgins and Caila went on a date in a hot-tub store with Kevin Hart and Ice Cube? Whether it was Ben DeLaCreme falling out of the limo with a wardrobe malfunction and a Cosmo in hand, or Kennedy Davenport pulling an entire bottle of vodka out of her hip pads, “The Bitchelor” just wouldn’t have been a Bachelor parody without a Champagne toast and a sloppy drunk passed out in the corner. Come through, diversity! Photo: VH1

Just when you think RuPaul can’t give more than she already has, we’re given the incredible gift that is “The Bitchelor.” Putting together the queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars and the absurd romance of The Bachelor is an idea so genius, it’s upsetting it took this long to happen. I’m starting to feel a real connection, but for this relationship to go to the next level, I need you to open up.” Of course, The Bachelor could learn a lesson or two from RuPaul about turning a catchphrase into a song, a T-shirt, and/or a WOW Presents web series. So strangely, one of the things that “The Bitchelor” got wrong about The Bachelor was that it was too diverse. What’s always fueling all the drama behind The Bachelor? “The Bitchelor” has it all. What Drag Race got wrong

The honesty about sex Explicit sex talk is verboten on The Bachelor and most of its spinoffs. The drama! Kennedy Davenport said her favorite thing about Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman is, and I quote, “That dick.” You won’t see anything like that on ABC. has drawn ire for eliminating all the women in their 30s while giving out roses to 22-year-olds. What Drag Race got right

The catchphrasesThe Bachelor has its own indecipherable language, so it’s fitting that this week’s RuMail is Bachelor-esque catchphrase word vomit: “Hey, can I steal you for a second? Related
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Tags: The fake hair! The leads of the franchise have also been whiter than Sharon Needles’s foundation: In 34 seasons, there has only been one Bachelor or Bachelorette of color. The diversity of it allOn The Bachelor, contestants of color are often painted as villains or eliminated before they can go to a romantic destination like Sioux Falls. This season, Arie Luyendyk Jr. Alcohol is the ladytestant that never gets eliminated. With the Bachelor-industrial complex reaching new heights complete with spinoffs, an Emmy-nominated drama, and national scandals, the only thing left was a drag parody. Part parody, part homage, and part fever dream, it is simply an amazing journey. RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars is here for the right reasons, but if we’re being honest, every single moment didn’t hit the mark. What made Jordan Branch twerk upside down? RuPaul’s Drag Race. She made it to the top two this week, but sadly, Ben DeLa wouldn’t have made it past ABC’s casting call. But it’s not just Arie: Women aged 35 and up are few and far between on The Bachelor. Let’s dive into the hits and misses of “The Bitchelor” to figure out what it got right and wrong about The Bachelor. ALCOHOL! If Lucas “Whaboom” Yancey had been under Ru’s tutelage, we probably would all be shouting “Whaboom, bitch!” at each other over brunch. Better get that waterproof mascara, queens. Shangela and Chi Chi imagined themselves in a polyamorous “throuple” looking for a sperm donor, and then assessed the testicle size of the Bitchelor himself. Are there more tub-based challenges in the Drag Race future? RuPaul got the final eggplant after visibly lusting after the lead. Now, it’s unclear exactly how old Ben DeLaCreme’s cougar alter ego is supposed to be, but she was definitely of drinking age when “Supermodel (You Better Work)” hit the dance charts.

You Were Right! That Was Shonda Rhimes At Chili’s

Rhimes confirmed through her Twitter account that she was dining at one of the chain’s locations with her sister when she overheard someone mentioning her on Friday. That was indeed the hit-making showrunner. Tags: Photo: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Vulture Festiva

Anonymous person who pointed out Shonda Rhimes to your friend at a Chili’s, know that you were right. We hear a gasp: “Girl, that is Shonda Rhimes.” Her friend doesn’t look up from her plate:”Fool, that ain’t Shonda Rhimes. But, when that random stranger is the queen of ABC’s Thursday line-up, and knows all the dish on that upcoming Scandal–How To Get Away With Murder crossover, maybe you should just go for it? Unfortunately for that aforementioned anonymous person, it does not seem that her friend believed that they were in presence of greatness:

Eating with my sister. What the hell would Shonda Rhimes be doing in Chili’s?” You can take a girl out of the Midwest but don’t come for her baby back ribs.— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) January 5, 2018

Normally its not recommended that you approach a random stranger at a Chili’s who you believe bares a resemblance to a famous person.

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Mariah Carey Will Return to ABC’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve and She Will Be Redeemed

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Whether it was due to a missed soundcheck, technical difficulties, or just plain bad luck, Mariah Carey’s blown performance at last year’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve seemed like the fitting end to a truly trash year. See you in Times Square!,” Carey said in a joint statement released with Dick Clark Productions. Now, in order to give us a tiny bit of hope for 2018, Carey is headed back to Times Square and (baring any sabotage) will rise from the NYE ashes like the crystal-studded, illusion mesh-clad phoenix she is. #RockinEve #NYE 🎉🥂https://t.co/Zdo8ngYNFx pic.twitter.com/qkgmJhVLlU— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) December 22, 2017

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Take 2. “We can all agree that last year didn’t go exactly as planned and we are thrilled to move forward together to provide America with an incredible night of music and celebration on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2018.

Mario Batali Fired From ABC’s The Chew

The news comes just days after an Eater report emerged in which four women accused Batali of groping and sexual assault. The chef has apologized, and said the allegations “match up with ways I have acted.”

In a statement on The Chew’s Facebook page an ABC spokesperson said the company has cut all ties with Batali. Earlier this week Batali announced that he would be stepping away from his $250 million restaurant empire which includes 23 restaurants, five Eataly marketplaces, and 11 cookbooks. While we remain unaware of any type of inappropriate behavior involving him and anyone affiliated with our show, ABC takes matters like this very seriously as we are committed to a safe work environment and his past behavior violates our standards of conduct. Upon completing its review into the allegations made against Mario Batali, ABC has terminated its relationship with him and he will no longer appear on The Chew. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Food Bank of Ne

Celebrity chef Mario Batali has officially been fired from The Chew, ABC’s midday cooking show where he was a co-host. Related
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Tags: In the days since, another woman has come forward to accuse Batali of harassment.

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ABC Shelves Great American Baking Show In Response to Johnny Iuzzini Sexual Misconduct Allegations

ABC takes matters such as those described in the allegations very seriously and has come to the conclusion that they violate our standards of conduct. Sources

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ABC announced on Wednesday that it’ll be pulling the remaining Great American Baking Show episodes from its schedule in response to sexual-misconduct allegations against Johnny Iuzzini, reports Variety. ABC told Variety in a statement:

In light of allegations that recently came to our attention, ABC has ended its relationship with Johnny Iuzzini and will not be airing the remainder of The Great American Baking Show episodes. Iuzzini, who is one of the competition’s judges, was accused by four former employees of sexual harassment and abuse in a story first reported by Mic in late November. ABC reports that it will announce the winner of the season at a later date. It aired its first episode of the season last Thursday, December 7. The Great American Baking Show is the United States version of the U.K.’s exceedingly popular Great British Baking Show. Another four women came forward with additional accusations in Mic about the celebrity chef on Tuesday. Johnny Iuzzini.

The Middle’s Eden Sher on the ‘Unbreakable’ Sue Heck and Why She Wishes the Show Got More Political

Hopefully, a well-rounded person comes across with Sue. There’s been a lot of teachable moments in Sue’s life that she’s experienced. How so?The discrepancy in age … I’ve always been four or five years older than this character. It goes back with what you said earlier, you watching the show with your mom every week. It seems like a natural pairing of infectious Indiana personalities.You know what’s crazy? I’m not in the writers room, but I think there’s an element of … if you make something too timely, then it dates itself. I would love to play a role that’s not Sue and I would love to play a role that isn’t a teenager. She’s actually not that naïve. What continues to surprise you about Sue, now that the show is in its final stages?How much of myself has been infused into it. It’s cool! It would be so silly if it was the same joke over and over again. Why do you think she’s never reached a breaking point? Every time I watch an episode of Parks and Rec, I still think about it. I could be more creatively involved! Maybe I could write! There have been moments where the suspension of disbelief of what Sue actually knows is a little questionable. I have my share of temper tantrums, but if you go to a party you don’t see it, of course. A way to make some kind of statement of, “We don’t think this. It’s this weird blurred line where Sue ends and Eden begins. What do you want to do next?The answer I’m supposed to give is something along the lines of, “I want to get into movies and take a break and do some serious roles.” But in my gut, I want to do another series. Rejected from the club, rejected from the team, but happy anyway! A few seasons ago, there was a passing comment and she says, “High school is hard, but college is where you get to really hit your stride!” It’s true. Did you reach a point where you were like, “I refuse to wear fake braces anymore. This interview has been edited and condensed. It’s rare and it’s really important. I would love to do another comedy. Our co-creators worked on Roseanne for awhile, so they’re really well-versed in all of those topics. We’re in a unique position of being this one show that really appeals to everyone regardless of your political beliefs. I have no idea why a person would be an unbreakable as that. We met and did a crossover episode. I think it would’ve been good, at least in a subtle way, to hint at some kind of political change. Are worried for Sue’s future, knowing she’s lived a very sheltered life and maintained a rose-tinted view of the world?I’m totally worried. All it could’ve done was make something a little more positive. [Laughs.]

I’ve always wondered what it would be like if Sue met Leslie Knope from Parks and Recreation. The Middle has a Roseanne vibe because of it, of course. She’d move to a metropolitan area — not New York City, but Madison or something similar. Sue and I definitely have that in common — I’ll have anxieties and self-loathing, but I’ve consciously maintained that everything will still be okay. I like to think that Sue has had her share of breakdowns and the audience just gets to see the result of that. The Middle might be ABC’s only comedy that has eschewed discussing real-world politics. How do you think The Middle has contributed to that blue-collar TV legacy?I think it’s great. Do you think they would’ve voted for Trump?I rarely take to the internet, because the internet stresses me out and I’m really bad at it, but someone showed me that article I was like, “No, no, no!” I can guarantee you, I’m saying out loud, Sue and the Hecks would not have voted for Trump, no question. Everyone felt that at the same time — the writers, me, the cast. There’s an episode coming out that does make a statement with Brad [the show’s openly gay character] that I think is really important and I’m happy we’re doing it. I’m really bummed that The Middle is ending. The relationship between Mike and Frankie doesn’t succumb to any annoying tropes that have existed in sitcom-land for a long time with married couples. [Laughs.] But I’ll also counter that with this: I don’t think that’s necessary true. Twenty-one feels way less of an age gap than 13 to 17. So I met these two girls who were in high school, and they had been watching the show since they were 9. But I don’t even know how it would’ve been done. I’ve been astounded by Sue’s never-ending positivity. It’s definitely not the actors’ choice — we don’t have any say into what we do. I’ve gotten better at acting. Do you feel there was a defining moment when her life started to pick up for the better? My shower and pooping thoughts are that I know for a fact that she wouldn’t stay in Indiana. I don’t think it harms Sue’s character to have good things happen to her. I’ve been pleasantly surprised and happy about the way the writers have made her. I’ll do a scene or I’ll have this speech that means so much to me, and it’ll feel so personal. In the midst of The Middle’s farewell season, Vulture called up Sher to discuss Sue’s evolution, why the show never got political, and her dream of seeing Sue and Leslie Knope meet. [Laughs.] If it were my show that I was running … it’s funny, I had that exact same thought. I want to be clear, this is not a statement on … the writers have done a really good job. It’s the nature of the industry, and Sue had the same look for a while. It wasn’t a vanity thing where I was like, “I can’t do this anymore.” Braces were a fun thing, but in real life, nobody has braces for that long. Photo: Getty Images

If you were to list the most relentlessly optimistic and resilient characters in television history, The Middle’s Sue Heck might be close to standing on her own podium at this point. We’ll get you back on a big three network for next fall, don’t worry.Please make it happen. There was this great article written by Emily Nussbaum in The New Yorker and it ended on this ambiguous note if the Hecks would’ve voted for Trump. I could’ve played that so much better!” It’s a good thing that I’ve learned so much and improved, but it continues year after year to become more personal. Was there a conscious decision among the writers and actors to avoid it?I think maybe. If you’re open to positivity, you’re open to change. Different shows do different things. I had a dream, I’ve never forgotten it — it was Sue, but also me, and Amy Poehler, but also Leslie Knope. I was just talking with this woman and her two daughters when they came to visit our set, and it reminded me on a personal level how much I’ve grown up on this show. It does feel special and important that you’re able to have just as much comedy in a “life sucks” type of environment, because it’s something that a lot of people in our country are feeling. The Middle is in the unique situation of being set in a red state — I feel there would’ve been something compelling about the family’s political ideals.Yeah, yeah. Or at least start a discussion. I trust myself that all will be great. I’ll be honest, this is something that I have to tell myself in order to be okay with not making any statement on the world around us on the show: It exists in its own world and you can’t look at it as a reflection on the actual issues that are happening. I’m working on stuff on my own, too. Unless it’s something really egregious, but that’s never happened to that extent. We’ve loved watching it together over all these years.It’s crazy to hear things that like. You nailed it with the phrasing of “the comfort of network TV.” It doesn’t have to be a network show for me, though. If you have one paradigm shift, others will follow. I started when I was 17, and now I’m 25 and a grown-ass women. A bed and breakfast for preschoolers! I wish there would’ve been something to think about politics. It’s progressive in its own way — we’re a pretty feminist show. I love television. You’re leaving the comfort of network television for the first time in decade. Do you see her always staying in Indiana?I’m slowly coming to the realization that we’re coming to the end. We don’t think that.” A simple way to get through to people. And my mom is too. But for me in real life, I was like, “I need some kind of change here.” I totally understood the writers with not letting me cut my hair, but after awhile they said okay. How would you like to see Sue’s upcoming years unfold? She’d get a cool, fun job. Related
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Tags: About a season ago, there was a noticeable change: She’s thriving in college, has a great roommate, and has a requited love with Sean. It’s my literal dream for Sue and Leslie Knope to come face-to-face. Have you known anyone who’s had braces for longer than six years? And it was a good time for me, too! Do you think the show would’ve benefited from a story line about the presidential election, or just the current political climate in general? I’m a huge Parks and Rec fan, and a few years ago I thought about exactly that. It would get so boring. I’d love to do another. attitude in the face of day-to-day adversity. It was just perfect. She was like, “I thought French kissing was when you kissed on a rainbow!” I was like, “You’ve got to be kidding me, how do you not know that?” [Laughs.] Those moments are few and far between, though. I’ll say that if it were my show, I would’ve hinted towards some political opinion. It was good timing to chop off the hair. Definitely she’s a very sheltered person, but what comes along with being really positive and trusting means is that you trust the world and you’re not closed off. I’ve had my formative years at this place. For the hair, I had been asking to cut my hair for a few years. How much input do you have with Sue’s evolving style? It didn’t negatively affect us in any way, I just think there was a really missed opportunity about politics. I’m remaining true to the character despite not having the gag of being rejected all of the time. It was Sue taking a tour of the Pawnee government building. I feel there’s a hierarchy of the prestige of different mediums within Hollywood, and I know sitcoms aren’t high on the totem pole, but I fucking love them. One, I have no idea. She’s in hotel management, so I see her running a little bed and breakfast. I would then go to the writers and say, “I’m not doing this.” Which, luckily, I’ve never had to do. If you focus on the good, more good will present itself. That’s a crazy thing, to potentially have an impact on other people’s formative years. I think it worked really well. What you see is the result of Sue coming out from another side. Like getting out of Orson?I don’t think it can be narrowed down to one moment, but it’s been a gradual culmination of her work she’s put in. But since she started college, she sort of caught up to me. If Sue can do it, so can we! I want to be on the same page as the writers about Sue’s ending, and we definitely are. I say that as someone who is extremely fragile and has panic attacks and rage issues. I feel it was a conscious effort on the writers’ part to go away from anything political. If Sue can survive wearing ugly protective headgear for half a decade while working at a sad potato restaurant called Spudsy Malone’s, so can we! Now I have two dogs. Throughout the ABC sitcom’s nine-season run — which will come to its conclusion next year — Eden Sher’s portrayal of the part-zany, part-naïve middle Heck child has been the clear highlight of the series, with her constant I can do this, gosh darn it! When she was a senior in high school, she didn’t know what French kissing was. When I started the show, I had no dogs. [Laughs.] I’ve seen the pilot again recently and I’m like, “Oh my god, I was so bad! What motivates her?I have two answers. It could be edgier! There was a collective thought from everybody that we needed to move things along with Sue’s look. Maybe she’d come back, but I don’t think so. There’s a dearth of working-class sitcoms these days. Especially to being positive. For me in my personal life, I like to do things that make a statement and relate to the real world, but I have to accept that The Middle is a different beast. It’s kind of like brain candy in a way. I’m not sure. I used to eschew the whole “Sue is different than me” attitude, but now it’s like, I don’t know. No way.”I didn’t have any breakdown moment with the braces. I totally understand that for the sitcom, you have to set the reset button with any big change.

Mike Schur Is Developing a Mexican-American Family Sitcom Pilot with Writer Shea Serrano

The unnamed show’s fictionalized family will include “five uncles who all have different perspectives on manhood,” which sounds like it could be like the afterlife, a police precinct, and a close-knit town full of cuddly characters all rolled up into one excellent Mike Schur comedy. Brown/Getty Images

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mike Schur, creator of The Good Place, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Parks and Recreation and two other upcoming comedies will also be developing a pilot with Shea Serrano, staff writer at the Ringer and author of the 2015 New York Times best-seller The Rap Year Book: The Most Important Rap Song From Every Year Since 1979, Discussed, Debated, and Deconstructed. ABC already has made a put-pilot commitment for the script, which is based on Serrano’s real life growing up in San Antonio. got tired of waiting for there to be more mexicans on TV so i asked @KenTremendous to help me try & make a family sitcom for ABC about them pic.twitter.com/0DptymroRQ— Shea Serrano (@SheaSerrano) October 21, 2017

a million thank yous + hugs to @KenTremendous & his team & @ABCNetwork for helping baby-step me through all of this — it's all v terrifying— Shea Serrano (@SheaSerrano) October 21, 2017

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Tags: “Got tired of waiting for there to be more Mexicans on TV so I asked @KenTremendous to help me try & make a family sitcom for ABC about them,” the author announced on Twitter. Photo: Frederick M.

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The American Idol Reboot Finally Landed Its Second Celebrity Judge

After weeks of rumors, Variety confirmed today that country star and all-around nice guy Luke Bryan — of “Drink a Beer” and “Huntin’, Fishin’ & Lovin’ Every Day” fame — will be joining pop princess Katy Perry for the show’s ABC reboot, alongside Ryan Seacrest as the host. Photo: Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images

The American Idol reboot everyone’s definitely asking for is finally shaping up its judging lineup. Idol is still actively on the hunt for a third judge to round out the panel, with Variety noting ABC is having much difficulty locking down the final star, especially since auditions are kicking off in a matter of days. This iteration of Idol is expected to premiere in March. Related
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Tags: Charlie Puth and Keith Urban are reportedly judging front-runners at the moment, as talks with Lionel Ritchie ultimately fell through.

Sam Hunt – Drinkin’ Too Much (Lyric Video)

Oh, I drink and take a sip of it
Feelin’ like a hypocrite
Go for more and I don’t give a shit
I never used to talk, I never used to talk like this

I’m sorry I named the album ‘Montevallo’
And I’m sorry people know your name now
And strangers hit you up on social media
I’m sorry you can’t listen to the radio
And drive out to the place we used to get peaches down in Pelham
I know you want your privacy
And you’ve got nothing to say to me
But I wish you’d let me pay off your student loans
To these songs you gave to me
‘Member the first time you stayed with me?
Overpacked, and drove up, and went to the CMA’s with me
Two years later, it felt like you were a million miles away from me
And I was the one on stage, drunk
Barely holdin’ on, on ABC
Hope your dad still prays for me

Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around

A year ago I was in a hotel room in Pheonix
Wonderin’ if it’s ever OK to lie
Cause I knew the truth would make you wanna die
But I told you everything, and you told me to have a good life
But you still couldn’t believe it was really goodbye
Every night you’d fill the bathtub up
Lie there for hours, put your face under water, and cry
I never wanted to be a heartbreaker
Turn your sisters and friends into matchmakers
I know you think my dreams came true
Since you been gone
Singin’ these songs are just something to do
Every dream I ever had was you
Hope you know I’m still in love
It’s the kind you can’t fall out of

Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around

I know this might seem like a contradiction
The last thing you need is more unwanted attention
But you changed your number, and moved
And this is the only way I could reach you
So wherever you are, turn it up and listen

Hannah Lee, I’m on my way to you
Nobody can love you like I do
I don’t know what I’m gonna say to you
But I know there ain’t no way, I know there ain’t no way
No there ain’t no way we’re through

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SAM HUNT – Drinkin’ Too Much lyrics

Oh, I drink and take a sip of it
Feelin’ like a hypocrite
Go for more and I don’t give a shit
I never used to talk, I never used to talk like this

I’m sorry I named the album ‘Montevallo’
And I’m sorry people know your name now
And strangers hit you up on social media
I’m sorry you can’t listen to the radio
And drive out to the place we used to get peaches down in Pelham
I know you want your privacy
And you’ve got nothing to say to me
But I wish you’d let me pay off your student loans
To these songs you gave to me
‘Member the first time you stayed with me?
Overpacked, and drove up, and went to the CMA’s with me
Two years later, it felt like you were a million miles away from me
And I was the one on stage, drunk
Barely holdin’ on, on ABC
Hope your dad still prays for me

Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around

A year ago I was in a hotel room in Pheonix
Wonderin’ if it’s ever OK to lie
Cause I knew the truth would make you wanna die
But I told you everything, and you told me to have a good life
But you still couldn’t believe it was really goodbye
Every night you’d fill the bathtub up
Lie there for hours, put your face under water, and cry
I never wanted to be a heartbreaker
Turn your sisters and friends into matchmakers
I know you think my dreams came true
Since you been gone
Singin’ these songs are just something to do
Every dream I ever had was you
Hope you know I’m still in love
It’s the kind you can’t fall out of

Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around

I know this might seem like a contradiction
The last thing you need is more unwanted attention
But you changed your number, and moved
And this is the only way I could reach you
So wherever you are, turn it up and listen

Hannah Lee, I’m on my way to you
Nobody can love you like I do
I don’t know what I’m gonna say to you
But I know there ain’t no way, I know there ain’t no way
No there ain’t no way we’re through

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Sam Hunt – Drinkin’ Too Much lyrics

itemid=”http://www.directlyrics.com/-artist.html”>SAM HUNT Drinkin’ Too Much lyrics

Oh, I drink and take a sip of it
Feelin’ like a hypocrite
Go for more and I don’t give a shit
I never used to talk, I never used to talk like this

I’m sorry I named the album ‘Montevallo’
And I’m sorry people know your name now
And strangers hit you up on social media
I’m sorry you can’t listen to the radio
And drive out to the place we used to get peaches down in Pelham
I know you want your privacy
And you’ve got nothing to say to me
But I wish you’d let me pay off your student loans
To these songs you gave to me
‘Member the first time you stayed with me?
Overpacked, and drove up, and went to the CMA’s with me
Two years later, it felt like you were a million miles away from me
And I was the one on stage, drunk
Barely holdin’ on, on ABC
Hope your dad still prays for me

Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around

A year ago I was in a hotel room in Pheonix
Wonderin’ if it’s ever OK to lie
Cause I knew the truth would make you wanna die
But I told you everything, and you told me to have a good life
But you still couldn’t believe it was really goodbye
Every night you’d fill the bathtub up
Lie there for hours, put your face under water, and cry
I never wanted to be a heartbreaker
Turn your sisters and friends into matchmakers
I know you think my dreams came true
Since you been gone
Singin’ these songs are just something to do
Every dream I ever had was you
Hope you know I’m still in love
It’s the kind you can’t fall out of

Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around

I know this might seem like a contradiction
The last thing you need is more unwanted attention
But you changed your number, and moved
And this is the only way I could reach you
So wherever you are, turn it up and listen

Hannah Lee, I’m on my way to you
Nobody can love you like I do
I don’t know what I’m gonna say to you
But I know there ain’t no way, I know there ain’t no way
No there ain’t no way we’re through

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Sam Hunt – Drinkin’ Too Much (New Song)

[Intro]
Oh, I drink and take a sip of it
Feelin’ like a hypocrite
Go for more and I don’t give a shit
I never used to talk, I never used to talk like this

[Verse 1]
I’m sorry I named the album ‘Montevallo’
And I’m sorry people know your name now
And strangers hit you up on social media
I’m sorry you can’t listen to the radio
And drive out to the place we used to get peaches down in Pelham
I know you want your privacy
And you’ve got nothing to say to me
But I wish you’d let me pay off your student loans
To these songs you gave to me
‘Member the first time you stayed with me?
Overpacked, and drove up, and went to the CMA’s with me
Two years later, it felt like you were a million miles away from me
And I was the one on stage, drunk
Barely holdin’ on, on ABC
Hope your dad still prays for me

[Chorus]
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around

[Verse 2]
A year ago I was in a hotel room in Pheonix
Wonderin’ if it’s ever OK to lie
Cause I knew the truth would make you wanna die
But i told you everything, and you told me to have a good life
But you still couldn’t believe it was really goodbye
Every night you’d fill the bathtub up
Lie there for hours, put your face under water, and cry
I never wanted to be a heartbreaker
Turn your sisters and friends into matchmakers
I know you think my dreams came true
Since you been gone
Singin’ these songs are just something to do
Every dream I ever had was you
Hope you know I’m still in love
It’s the kind you can’t fall out of

[Chorus]
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around
Drinkin’ too much, drinkin’ too much
Since you been gone, I can’t get gone enough
I’m on top of the world, I’m going down
I’m gonna drink it all ’til you’re not around

[Verse 2]
I know this might seem like a contradiction
The last thing you need is more unwanted attention
But you changed your number, and moved
And this is the only way I could reach you
So wherever you are, turn it up and listen

[Outro]
Hannah Lee, I’m on my way to you
Nobody can love you like I do
I don’t know what I’m gonna say to you
But i know there ain’t no way, I know there ain’t no way
No there ain’t no way we’re through

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George Michael – Round Here (Patience Album)

My daddy got here on the gravy train
I guess my mama had a real bad start to the game
They went walking and she took his name
Round here

There was dancing in the afternoons those days
Waiting tables, chasing girls with the money he made
It was 1957, and love felt the same, love felt the same

Frightened little girl, she makes a break
Into the arms of, something better
Round here

I hear my mama call in Kingsbury Park
Just me and David and a football that glowed in the dark
Waiting patiently to make my mark
Round here

And I remember my first day at school
And I remember trouble, and thinking I was so cool
I remember it all, like yesterday

Don’t you

Every time I try to leave this place
Something inside says, "You can do better"
Round here

So come with me, let me show you where I’ve lived
I want to put my hands in this earth again
Music fell like rain to the streets
The Specials and The Jam, to The Beat
Even though I think I’ve seen everything there is to see of this world
I gotta be thankful that this crowded space
Is the place of my birth

When all that I wanted, was to be someone.

Two little Hitlers in an old church hall
Some cheesy covers and those neighbors that banged on the walls
Andy says it’s time to show them all
Round here

Please sir, we two have other plans
Please sir you would not understand,
What’s going on
Is magical, can’t you see
That some of us do more than dream

Every time I try to leave this place
Something inside says, "Keep on keeping, on and on…."
Around here

So come with me, let me show you where I’ve lived
I want to put my hands in this earth again
Music fell like rain to the streets
The Specials and The Jam, ABC
Even though I think I’ve seen everything there is to see of this world
I gotta be thankful that this crowded space
Is the place of my birth

My birth,
In this town,
Yes I guess I got to be someone

To be somebody
In the Beautiful city

This place I call home
These streets of London
It’s everything I know (everything and everybody)
On the streets of London
I want to thank you

My daddy got here on the gravy train.

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Daya – Talk lyrics

[Verse 1]
I’m not the plain and simple, I’m in another lane
I’m rocking Shirley Temple, the cherry on the cake
Just a throwback kid from the nineties
I start my ABC’s with the YZ
I paint with different colors and never in the lines
There isn’t any other, I am the prototype
Tick-tock, waste time with your rumors
But, I’m so ice cold, good humor

[Pre-Chorus]
They say, “I’m outta my mind standin’ on the outside”
But, it’s cooler, it’s fresher
I like it here… (Hey!)
[Chorus]
They’re all gonna say what they wanna say anyway
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about
I don’t really care if they wanna stare, look at me
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about

[Post-Chorus]
Give ’em somthin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about

[Verse 2]
I don’t believe in Yeezus, I like ’em Kanye West
I’m rockin’ dirty sneakers with my designer dress
Order a Grade-A steak with no pomfret
I wake you up, Starbucks, sleep on me

[Pre-Chorus]
They say, “I’m outta my mind standin’ on the outside”
But, it’s cooler, it’s fresher
I like it here… (Hey!)

[Chorus]
They’re all gonna say what they wanna say anyway
Might as well give’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about
I don’t really care if they wanna stare, look at me
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about

[Post-Chorus]
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about

[Bridge]
No, you don’t know what
What you talkin’ ’bout
No, you don’t know me
So just shut your mouth

No, you don’t know what
What your talkin’ ’bout
No, you don’t know me
So just shut your…

[Chorus]
They’re all gonna say what they wanna say anyway
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about
I don’t really care if they wanna stare, look at me
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about

[Post-Chorus]
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about

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Daya – Talk

[Verse 1]
I’m not the plain and simple, I’m in another lane
I’m rocking Shirley Temple, the cherry on the cake
Just a throwback kid from the nineties
I start my ABC’s with the YZ
I paint with different colors and never in the lines
There isn’t any other, I am the prototype
Tick-tock, waste time with your rumors
But, I’m so ice cold, good humor

[Pre-Chorus]
They say, “I’m outta my mind standin’ on the outside”
But, it’s cooler, it’s fresher
I like it here… (Hey!)
[Chorus]
They all gonna say what they wanna say anyway
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about
I don’t really care if they wanna stare, look at me
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about

[Post-Chorus]
Give ’em somthin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about

[Verse 2]
I don’t believe in Yeezus, I like ’em Kanye West
I’m rockin’ dirty sneakers with my designer dress
Order a Grade-A steak with no pomfret
I wake you up, Starbucks, sleep on me

[Pre-Chorus]
They say, “I’m outta my mind standin’ on the outside”
But, it’s cooler, it’s fresher
I like it here… (Hey!)

[Chorus]
They all gonna say what they wanna say anyway
Might as well give’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about
I don’t really care if they wanna stare, look at me
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about

[Post-Chorus]
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about

[Bridge]
No, you don’t know what
What you talkin’ ’bout
No, you don’t know me
So just shut your mouth

No, you don’t know what
What your talkin’ ’bout
No, you don’t know me
So just shut your…

[Chorus]
They all gonna say what they wanna say anyway
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about
I don’t really care if they wanna stare, look at me
Might as well give ’em something
Might as well give ’em something to talk about

[Post-Chorus]
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about
Give ’em somethin’, a little somethin’ (ah)
A little somethin’ to talk about

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