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Todd McKee steps back into the role of Jake on B&B!

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In another December return visit from the good folks at The Bold and the Beautiful, look for Todd McKee to return as Jake MacLaine.

According to CBS Soaps In Depth, “Mckee, who first joined the soap over 20 years ago returns   on Monday, December 13. What brings the ex-tennis instructor/Forrester employee back to the show? Tune in to find out!”

Wonder who else might pop in for the holidays?

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I’ll be glad to see Todd back as Jake on B&B! 🙂

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Someone who doesn’t wax his chest on B&B! He’ll probably say a throwaway line since B&B is so fond of having so many people come on the show and do nothing. Heck half the cast on contract are useless.

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Andy Kaufman to be Inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame

The late comedian, Andy Kaufman has been announced as an inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2023.

Kaufman, who was best-know as Latka Gravas in the hit sitcom Taxi from 1978-1983, loved pro wrestling and used it in a gimmick quite often in his comedy routine including several times on Saturday Night Live.

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Andy eventually declared himself the ‘Inter-Gender Wrestling Champion of the World’, offering money to any woman who could pin him as part of his act.  This led to a feud with fellow WWE Hall of Famer, Jerry “The King” Lawler.

As the ruse continued, Lawler and Kaufman convinced the audience they were bitter enemies. Some of the highlights of their faux feud included: Kaufman claiming that Lawler broke his neck when Lawler performed a piledriver on him, and the two trading insults on Late Night with David Letterman before Lawler slapped Kaufman, knocking Andy out of his chair.

Lynne Margulies, Kaufman’s partner, even received a book deal over the antics. It was called Dear Any Kaufman, I Hate Your Guts.  The contents were from a compilation of hate mail, Andy received from the women he challenged to wrestle on Saturday Night Live.

Sadly, Kaufman died from lung cancer and was never a smoker back in 1984.  He was only 34-years-old.

In an ironic twist to the upcoming ceremony, Lawler recently suffered another stroke back in February of this year, and while he would be the perfect choice to induct Hoffman into the Hall of Fame, it is unclear at this time if he would even be able to.

Kaufman joins Rey Mysterio Jr. and The Great Muta as the class of 2023 thus far.

The Hall of Fame ceremonies that will stream live on Peacock direct from Los Angeles on March 31st, the night before Wrestlemania 39 begins.

Check out two of Andy’s matches – one against a woman from Memphis Wrestling and one from his battles with Jerry Lawler.

So, what do you think about Andy Kaufman being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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B&B’s 36th Anniversary Party (Photos)

Last week, the cast of The Bold and the Beautiful celebrated their 36th anniversary milestone with a get-together at La Piazza in Los Angeles.

The Bold and the Beautiful debuted on March 23rd, 1987 and is the sister soap to The Young and the Restless who is celebrating their 50th anniversary just three days later on March 26th.

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Taking part in the festivities were series stars: Katherine Kelly Lang, John McCook, Kimberlin Brown, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Don Diamont, Scott Clifton, Annika Noelle, Darin Brooks, Henry Joseph Samiri, Jennifer Gareis, Heather Tom, Lawrence Saint-Victor, Matthew Atkinson, Tanner Novlan, Naomi Matsuda, Ted King, Alley Mills, Dick Christie, Joshua Hoffman, and many more.

Check out our photo gallery from the event below.

Now, share your congrats for everyone at B&B for remaining on the air for 36 years, and still going strong via the comment section.

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Julianne Hough Replaces Tyra Banks as New Co-Host of ‘Dancing with the Stars’

After Tyra Banks revealed she was stepping away from Dancing with the Stars, a new co-host needed to be named and it looks like the reality-ballroom dance competition series has found their gal.

Julianne Hough, will rejoin the series, but this time as the new co-host alongside Alfonso Ribeiro.  Hough has previously appeared on the dance series as both a pro dancer and a judge.

With Julianne returning to the ballroom, she will be reunited with her brother, Derek Hough, who will be back at the judges table for the show’s upcoming 32nd season streaming on Disney+.

The new co-host has twice won the mirrorball trophy with celebrity partners, Apolo Ohno and Hélio Castroneves, during Dancing with the Stars fourth and fifth seasons on ABC.

As for Tyra Banks, last week, she told TMZ that she felt that it was time for her to exit DWTS and focus on her business and entrepreneurship, and that she would also be producing more TV but behind the scenes.

What do you think of Julianne replacing Tyra in the ballroom for season 32 of DWTS? Comment below.

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