Two Polar Opposite Ex-Wives & Now a #TrophyWife? What Mayhem Will Pursue? Watch Tuesday Nights on ABC #Comedy

We got to chat with Marcia Gay Harden (ex-wife #1) and Michaela Watkins (ex-wife #2) of  Bradley Whitford’s character who is now married to wife #3 Malin Akerman on the new ABC comedy, “Trophy Wife.”

Now this show might sound like a stretch for a blended family with ex’s but look around, there are many, many families like this and some of the ex’s are nightmares to deal with and some have boundary issues and then there’s the new, cute wife, what to do with her? Let’s just say that you’ll be able to relate to this tongue-in-cheek comedy as the family members learn to be a “family” united even though they may make some mistakes along the way.

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Malin Akerman is Kate, a reformed party girl who marries Brad (Bradley Whitford) after meeting him at a karaoke bar. He comes with a lot of baggage though: three manipulative kids and two ex-wives (Marcia Gay Harden and Michaela Watkins) who, suffice it to say, don’t approve of Kate. Shocking!

Nigella Lawson Interview on Presentation and Her New TV Show “The Taste”

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report executive producer, Stephanie Piche, interviewed Nigella Lawson about her new show on ABC, The Taste.

About The Taste
“The Taste,” is ABC’s all-new alternative one-hour cooking competition series with 16 culinary competitors – from pro chefs to home cooks — to the fire with four of the world’s most notable masters of the food world who will judge their creations based on a blind taste test. The series premiere’s tonight at 8 PM on ABC.

For more information on this show visit: http://beta.abc.go.com/shows/the-taste
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British food star Nigella Lawson

British food star Nigella Lawson Photo Credit ABC

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Tomorrow is the Season Opener for the New “The Bachelor” on ABC Now You Can Love Monday’s Again!

Sean Lowe, The Bachelor

Sean Lowe, The Bachelor

Ladies, get ready for another exciting season of The Bachelor.

Most of us remember, heart-throb, Sean Lowe from the season of The Bachelorette with Emily Maynard, who passed on “the perfect man” eliminating him and shocking not only Sean but all of us watching.

Now, it’s Sean’s turn to find love and we believe he has his hands full with this group of single ladies.

We’re excited to say that we got to speak with Sean about the next edition of ABC’s hit romance reality series, “The Bachelor,” and want to recommend that our Red Carpet Report fans tune in on Monday, January 7, 2013 for the season opener… it’s one you won’t want to miss!

In case this is your first time hearing about the new Bachelor, Sean, here’s some deets: he’s 29 years old and is a successful entrepreneur who lives in Dallas. He’s very close to his family, and a true Southern gentleman. He’d also like to have a big family and is very focused on family values as demonstrated by his relationships with his parents and sister.  Sean is 6’3″ and attended Kansas State on a full football scholarship and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. He started in finance and then moved into the insurance industry but now he is the proud owner of an upscale, custom furniture business. Sean loves to camp, wakeboard, dance, be outdoors, go to concerts and have fun with his two dogs, Lola and Ellie.

First Impressions – The Bachelor

Now that you know something about him, you can size up the single ladies as they try to make their BEST first impression Sean. But before you do, check out this fun video of past Bachelor shows and some of the memorable first impressions that happened on the show.

Our Chat with Sean

Operator: Your next question comes from Stephanie Piche from Red Carpet Report.

Stephanie Piche: Hi Sean. I really enjoyed getting to know you on The Bachelorette, and we’re excited to see what happens this season. My question for you is, how many rules are you going to break this time around?

Sean Lowe: You know, I’ve never been one to really conform to rules that are set, so you’re going to see me break quite a few rules, and I did The Bachelor for a specific reason. It was to find the love of my life, and I feel like there were certain points in the season where I couldn’t follow the rules. I had to follow my heart as opposed to the rules, and so I think you’re going to see me breaking quite a few rules this season.

Stephanie Piche: OK. And, what’s the best advice your parents have given you about participating in this process?

Sean Lowe: You know, my parents know me better than anyone else, and they told me, just be yourself and stay true to who you are and then, you know, of course, stay in prayer and everything’s going to work itself out. And, they trust me and they trust my judgment and so they knew that, you know, I would follow my heart, and they knew that I’d represent the family well and ultimately make the decision that’s best for me.

Stephanie Piche: Great… And, one quick question. What’s your pet peeve, stuff that you’ve found with this whole process with these ladies?

Sean Lowe: Oh, biggest pet peeve. Like I said earlier, it’s almost inevitable for this to happen, but it always irritated me when girls would get caught up more in the drama and then they would lose focus on the real reason that they were there. And, you know, of course, I want them to focus on the relationship that we’re developing and not focus on all the other BS going on with the other women in the house.

Stephanie Piche: Of course. Thanks so much and good luck.

Sean Lowe: Thank you very much.

Follow The Bachelor

Be sure to follow The Bachelor on ABC Monday Nights and you can even watch the playbacks and find out more about the single ladies who are on the show by visiting the official show site here on ABC.

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The Bachelor with Sean Lowe

The Bachelor with Sean Lowe

Mingle Media Covers the NAACP Theatre Awards Nomination Press Conference

We were so excited to be invited to come out and cover the early morning event to help support the NAACP Theatre Award Nominees!!

This morning our correspondent, Jamaal Murray spoke with Kim Coles and Tia Boyd on the red carpet about the upcoming ceremony in August.

Be sure to mark your calendar! The 2010 NAACP Theatre Awards will be held at the Director’s Guild of America (DGA) Theatre on Monday, August 30, 2010, at 7:00pm (PST)

This year’s event will be hosted by NAACP Image Awards nominated actress LisaRaye McCoy (UPN’s “All of Us”) and the honorees list includes Kenny Leon (Director and Broadway actor) for the Trailblazer Award, Mr. Wren T. Brown (American film, theatre, and television actor) for the Community Service Award, and Kim Sentovich (Sr. VP Pacific Region, on behalf of Wal-Mart) for the President’s Award, and special performance from Bobby Valentino (Capitol Records recording artist, NAACP Images and Soul Train Nominee). The Spirit Award and Lifetime Achievement Award will be announced at a later date.

Without further delay… we’d ike to Congratulate the 2010 NAACP Theatre Nominees:

Best Set Design—Equity

The First Wives Club—Peter J. Davidson Stormy Weather—James Noone Eclipsed—Sibyl Wickersheimer

Best Set Design—Local

Sticky Fly—John Lacovelli The River Niger—John Paul Luckenback Tree—Brian Sidney Bembridge

Best Sound—Equity

The First Wives Club—Jon Weston Baby It’s You!—Martin Carrillo Sammy—John H. Shivers and David Patridge

Best Sound—Local

Schoolhouse Rock Live Too!—Fionnegan Justus MurphyChicago Club Rumboogie—Lloyd Reese Blues for Central Ave—Christian Cook

Best Director—Equity

Sarafina! A Story of Liberation—Denise Dowse Eclipsed—Robert O’Hara Black Women—State of the Union—Nataki Garrett and Ayana Cahrr

Best Director—Local

Sticky Fly—Shirley Jo Finney Bronzeville—Ben Guillory Coming Home—Stephen Sachs

Best Playwright—Equity

Eclipsed—Danai Gurira Sarafina! A Story of Liberation—Mbongeni Mgema Sammy—Leslie Bricusse

Best Playwright—Local

Bronzeville—Timothy Toyama and Aaron Woolfolk Mutiny At Port Charles—Paul Leaf Someone’s Somebody—Regina Louise

Best Lead Male—Equity

The First Wives Club—Kevyn Morrow Sammy—Obba Babatubde The Cherry Orchard—Steven Matt

Best Lead Male—Local

Coming Home—Thomas Silcott The Caterer—Levar Burton Laws of Sympathy—Joshua Wolf Coleman

Best Choreographer—Equity

Sarafina! A Story of Liberation—Cassie Crump and Alfred Johnson Baby It’s You!—Brigitte Mutrux Sammy—Keith Young

Best Choreographer— Local

Schoolhouse Rock Live Too!—Rick Sparks Chicago Club Rumboogie—Chester Whitmore Howlin’ Blues and Dirty Dogs—Pysa Noel

Best Costumes—Equity

Monty Python’s Spamalot—Tim Hatley Ain’t Misbehavin—Randy Barcelo Crowns—Dana Rebecca Woods

Best Costumes—Local

Bonita & Billie—Kevin James Mutiny At Port Charles—Sarah Figoten Toni Morrison’s—The Bluest Eye—Maisie Klompus

Best Music Director—Equity

The First Wives Club—Ron Melrose Sarafina! A Story of Liberation – Stephan Terry

Sammy – Ian Fraser

Best Music Director— Local

Howlin’ Blues and Dirty Dogs – Barbara Morrison “WWWJD…What Would Jimi Do?” – Felicia D. Henderson Blues for Central Ave – Lou Briggs

Best Lighting— Equity

The First Wives Club – Mark McCullough Monty Python’s Spamalot – Hugh Vanstone Baby It’s You! – Howell Binkley

Best Lighting— Local

Bronzeville – Luke Moyer Mutiny At Port Charles – Rachel Fishman Toni Morrison’s – The Bluest Eye – Will Sammons

Best Director of a Musical— Equity

The First Wives Club – Francesca Zambello Sarafina! A Story of Liberation – Stephan Terry Sammy – Keith Glover

Best Director of a Musical— Local

Howlin’ Blues and Dirty Dogs – Carla Dufree Clark Bonita & Billie – Denise Dowse Chicago Club Rumboogie – Lloyd Reese

Best Supporting Female— Equity

Baby It’s You! – Erica Ash Baby It’s You! – Berlando Drake Sammy – Ann Duquesnay

Best Supporting Female— Local

Jitney – Shonni Albritton One Woman, Two Lives – Sharon Munfus Tree – Tessa Thompson

Best Supporting Male— Equity

The Cherry Orchard – Marc Ewing Stormy Weather – Phillip Attmore Stormy Weather – Cleavant Derricks

Best Supporting Male— Local

Coming Home – Matthew Elam Battle Hymn – Robert Manning, Jr. One Woman, Two Lives – Sammie Wayne

Best Lead Female— Equity

Monty Python’s Spamalot – Marle Dandridge Stormy Weather – Nikki Crawford Stormy Weather – Leslie Uggams

Best Lead Female— Local

Coming Home – Deidric Henry Tree – Sloan Robinson One Woman, Two Lives – Kellita Smith

Best Ensemble Cast— Equity

Sarafina! A story of Liberation Eclipsed Crowns

Best Ensemble Cast— Local

Stick Fly Bronzeville The River Niger

Best Producer— Equity

The First Wives Club – The Old Globe Eclipsed – Center Theatre Group Sammy – The Old Globe

Best Producer— Local

The River Niger – Robey theatre Company and Ben Guillory Coming Home – Simon Levy and Deborah Lawlor Toni Morrison’s – The Bluest Eye – Jack Rowe, Associate Dean (USC School of Theatre)

Best One Person Show

Someone’s Somebody – Regina Louise Manish Boy – Ralph Harris Did You Do Your Homework? – Aaron Braxton

If you’re in Los Angeles, please come out and support and honor thespians of color among the best in the field of entertainment, the Theatre! The award show and three-day festival provides a platform for thespians to express their craft and share their contributions with an audience of their peers, the community, and other individuals who crave live theatre in the ‘City of Angels’.

This year’s NAACP Theatre Awards festival will be at the NEW LATC theatre in Los Angeles on August 27-29, 2010. For more information regarding the 2010 Theatre Awards Festival and Award Show please visit www.bhwdnaacptheatreawards.com.

Tia Boyd Interview at 20th Annual NAACP Theatre Awards Press Conference, Beverly Hills, Hollywood

Mingle Media TV was invited to cover the July 26th Beverly Hills/Hollywood branch of the NAACP press conference hosted by Keith Robinson and Kim Coles to announce the 2010 nominees for the NAACP Theatre Awards which will be held at the Director?s Guild of America (DGA) Theatre on Monday, August 30, 2010, at 7:00pm (PST) located at 7920 Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. For more information on this event, please contact: Kristine Farnal, Avid Exposure Public Relations, INFO@AvidExposure.com For more Red Carpet Coverage and Celebrity Interviews, visit: http://www.minglemediatv.com/redcarpetreport.html

Kim Coles Interview at 20th Annual NAACP Theatre Awards Press Conference, Beverly Hills, Hollywood

Mingle Media TV was invited to cover the July 26th Beverly Hills/Hollywood branch of the NAACP press conference hosted by Keith Robinson and Kim Coles to announce the 2010 nominees for the NAACP Theatre Awards which will be held at the Director?s Guild of America (DGA) Theatre on Monday, August 30, 2010, at 7:00pm (PST) located at 7920 Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. For more information on this event, please contact: Kristine Farnal, Avid Exposure Public Relations, INFO@AvidExposure.com For more Red Carpet Coverage and Celebrity Interviews, visit: http://www.minglemediatv.com/redcarpetreport.html