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Jimmy Kimmel’s son Billy, 7, undergoes third open-heart surgery: ‘A lot of optimism’ and ‘fear’
Jimmy Kimmel revealed over the weekend that his 7-year-old son, Billy, underwent his third open-heart surgery at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.“Our boy Billy had his third (of three, we hope) open heart surgery. We went into this experience with a lot of optimism and nearly as much fear and came out with a new valve inside a happy, healthy kid,” he captioned an Instagram photo of his son resting and smiling in a hospital bed.“Once again Billy’s doctors, led by the brilliant surgeon Vaughn Starnes, cardiologist Tim Casarez and the excellent, hard-working staff, doctors, nurses and nurse practitioners at CHLA, including, but certainly not limited to Misty, Ann, Sylvia, Dana, Caleigh, Nick, Bekah, Julie, Kenny, Caroline, Lisa, Stephanie, Ellize, Ivy, Pam and Carrie came through for us with immeasurable kindness and expertise.”“Walking around this hospital, meeting parents at their most vulnerable, children in pain and the miracle workers who do everything in their considerable power to save them is a humbling experience,” he went on.“We hope you never need CHLA, but if you do – know that they help families regardless of their ability to pay, thanks largely to the Affordable Care Act (another salute to the late Senator John McCain), generous donations from companies like Disney, which I am proud to work for and especially from generous people like you.”The Oscars host also thanked Dr.
Emmy Awards - Ted Danson - Kelsey Grammer - Jesse Collins - ‘Cheers’ cast return to the bar for Emmys 2024: ‘This feels nice’ - - city Boston
‘Cheers’ cast return to the bar for Emmys 2024: ‘This feels nice’
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name.And for the cast of “Cheers,” that was especially true at the Emmys 2024.Ted Danson, Kelsey Grammer, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger and George Wendt reunited Monday night as part of a special tribute at the awards ceremony honoring some of the most beloved shows in TV history.Host Anthony Anderson introduced the reunion, calling “Cheers” “one of the greatest television shows of all time” before the cast appeared onstage inside a replica of the iconic Boston bar.“This feels nice to be here in front of you,” Danson said, before Ratzenberger added that the event was a “long overdue class reunion.”The cast gathered to present the Best Directing for a Comedy Series and Best Writing in a Comedy Series statuettes. Both awards went to Hulu’s “The Bear.”“Being together brings back some great memories of a show we’re all very proud of,” said Grammer.In addition to “Cheers,” “The Sopranos,” “All in the Family,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Ally McBeal,” “Game of Thrones,” “Martin,” “The Carol Burnett Show,” “I Love Lucy,” and more received special tributes at Monday night’s ceremony, which was broadcast on Fox.“It was really about, ‘How can we celebrate 75 years of television differently?’” the show’s executive producer Jesse Collins told the Associated Press before the ceremony.“The core of it,” said Dionne Harmon, another executive producer, “is really celebrating television and to honor the shows of yesterday while we honor the shows of today.”Anderson also opened up about the reunions before the telecast kicked off.
Andy Cohen - Andy Cohen calls out Al Roker as ‘Jackhole of the Day’ - - city Savannah, county Guthrie - county Guthrie
Andy Cohen calls out Al Roker as ‘Jackhole of the Day’
Andy Cohen jokingly called Al Roker a “jackhole” on “Watch What Happens Live” on Wednesday.The reason? Hours earlier, the Bravo executive producer, 55, was grilled by Roker, 69, on the “Today” show about being scammed by hackers.“Today’s ‘Jackhole’ goes to Al Roker for being a troublemaker this morning on the ‘Today Show’ and asking this question after my segment about being scammed by hackers,” Cohen said on “WWHL.”During his “Today” interview with Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb, Cohen recounted how, after losing his bank card, he received an e-mail that appeared to be from his bank’s fraud-alert system.When he logged in, it allowed scammer access to his bank account.Cohen tried to log out, but the damage was done — and, he said, multiple “sizable wire transfers” were initiated from his account because he had also inadvertently given the hackers his phone number, allowing them to make the wire transactions.Roker turned to Cohen and asked if he might have been scammed by “one of the Housewives,” alluding to Cohen’s association with the “Real Housewives” franchise, whose cast members are frequent guests on “What What Happens Live.”Cohen appeared flustered by Roker’s question as Guthrie asked him “Who is the most likely?” to have scammed him.“You know — well, there is someone most likely,” Cohen replied on “Today.” “We’ll talk about that later. I’ll explain.”Roker then shrugged his shoulders and arched his eyebrows — while Cohen told him he was “a smart man.”Cohen told the “Today” hosts he filed a report with the NYPD’s cybersecurity unit but was told “when money is wired out of your account, it’s gone.”“Trust no one who calls you,” he said.