5 kisses that went wrong on camera
"There were seven other people on the bus with Mr. Trump and Billy Bush at the time," host Natalie Morales said of the incident, noting that camera crew, Trump's security guard and his publicist were all present. She revealed that Nancy O'Dell, currently Entertainment Tonight co-host, was the woman identified on the tape as "Nancy" that Trump had been captured speaking crassly about."
But that didn't stop Irving from being the star of the night for his team. Well, actually, that didn't stop his walking stick from being the star of the night.
That happened during a Yankees game last season, and on Saturday night, it sort of happened during an Atlanta Hawks game. But it didn’t because this Kiss Cam proposal was totally staged.
FRESNO, Ca. — Is it real or fake?A Kiss Cam at a Fresno Grizzlies game last week seemed to capture a girlfriend dumping a drink on her boyfriend when he's too busy to kiss her when the camera is on them. Advertisement Some point out that it seems a bit too convenient overall, and wonder if the actors and the team put this together.
Their trio of stars have only played seven of a possible 17 games together. They also haven't really figured this defense thing out, either. Despite all of that, though, they've proven themselves to be a legitimate title contender.
We've had a season to get to know the characters; to understand Mitchell's uptight nature and his complicated relationship with his father, as well as Jay's own personal shortcomings. The groundwork laid out in the first season served this episode well, making it one of the most tender—and funny—ones to date. At the end of the day, the "hold-your-breath-here-comes-the-kiss" moment was between Jay and Mitchell, not the expected kiss (which took place in the background of Jay kissing daughter Claire). Even Phil was fighting for Jay's love, seeking praise and affection after fixing his printer. However, by episode's end, it's clear that sometimes just saying "thanks" or "I love you" isn't enough—you have to show it.
"I moved on her like a b****," he said, "but I couldn't get there. And she was married. Then, all of a sudden, I see her — she's now got the big phony t*** and everything. She's totally changed her look."
You can't say you "went there" when you go "there" all the time. Cameron calls Mitchell out on his fear of PDA, to which Mitchell responds saying he's the one who stands up for the relationship, making speeches on airplanes or talking to his dad when he calls Cam a "friend." "That's different—that's confrontation," Cam says. "You know what takes real strength? Affection."
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Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk, the most vulnerable GOP senator up for re-election, said in a tweet that Trump was "a malignant clown - unprepared and unfit to be president of the United States." Kirk rescinded his initial endorsement of Trump earlier this year.
"I moved on her, and I failed," Trump said. "I'll admit it. I did try and f*** her. She was married." He continued, "I moved on her very heavily."
In the video Trump released early Saturday morning, he said,"Anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who I am. I said it, I was wrong and I apologize."
Everyone needs a good kiss and a hug sometimes. Gloria can do no wrong. Seriously, this woman gets better and better. Here, Gloria acts as the voice of reason to her emotionally closed-off husband after he gives a less-than-enthusiastic "Thanks" to Phil for fixing his printer: "Wake up, dummy! This is what we're talking about! This guy has been working all day like an imbecile for you! People need something else—kisses, hugs!" And then Jay kissed his son for the first time since he was 12 and we cried. And somehow—somehow—none of this was cheeseball at all.