The Dish For September 29th



Now buzzing on Facebook and Twitter.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus: The Veep star announced that she has breast cancer.

Will & Grace: The NBC sitcom returned to TV Thursday night after an 11-year absence.

Megyn Kelly: A cameraman on her new daytime talk show accidentally stepped into the frame and blurted out an expletive on live TV.

Prince Harry: The British royal was caught making funny faces at a two-year-old who stole his popcorn.

Thursday Night Football: No one took a knee or protested the national anthem before the Packers - Bears game.

Maye Musk: The newest CoverGirl is the 69-year-old mother of mogul Elon Musk.

Cher: A musical using her songs is heading to Broadway.

JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS: Celebs React to Her Breast Cancer Reveal

Emmy-winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus revealed her breast cancer diagnosis Thursday on social media with an appeal for universal healthcare. Amid the public outpouring of sympathy and support, celebrities have reacted to the news and her plea.

The actress tweeted, "1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I'm the one. The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring friends, and fantastic insurance through my union."

"The bad news is that not all women are so lucky. So let's fight all cancers and make universal health care a reality."

The reactions included:

Joe Biden: "We Veeps stick together. Jill and I, and all of the Bidens, are with you, Julia."

Veep co-star Tony Hale: "We love this woman."

Veep's Sam Richardson: "She is one of the strongest and caring people I know. Nothing can stop her. Not even this."

Seinfield's Michael Richards: "I wish Julia godspeed and a full recovery."

Jason Alexander: "So sorry you have to go thru this, pal, but I know you will prevail. We are here if/when you need and we love you."

Christina Applegate: "Mama, find me. Let's talk if you want."

Hillary Clinton: "Julia, you're in our thoughts and our hearts. Inspired but not surprised to see you using your platform for good in this difficult moment."

Debra Messing: "J sending all my healing energy your way. You are incredible to use this moment as an opportunity to support others. Thank you. Much love."

Kathy Griffin: "Sad to think we're in a place where [you] may have to actually worry about accidentally reading horrifying responses if [you] post, but major respect, [compassion] & love to Julia & all the people who will be helped [by] her honesty."

Meghan McCain: "Sending so much love and strength to Julia Louis-Dreyfus @OfficialJLD and her family [f] cancer."

Anna Kendrick: "I don't think I realized how much I love this woman, who I don't know. Love her more for speaking up for others in this moment."

Ellen DeGeneres: "I love you, @OfficialJLD."

Rosie O'Donnell: "Sending love to Julia Louis-Dreyfus."

Sarah Silverman: "So sorry and so in awe."

HBO: "Your undaunted spirit has always been an inspiration to your family at HBO. Sending our love and support."

Preggers or Not, Khloe Kardashian Works Hard for Her Brand

Khloe Kardashian may be pregnant with her first child, but that doesn't mean she's going to stop posting photos to sell her wares.

On Thursday, just days after the news broke that she is pregnant with NBA baller Tristan Thompson's child, Khloe took to Instgram to post a sexy photo of her seated, legs spread and wearing pumps. She certainly doesn't look like a woman expecting a child anytime soon. And, of course, there was a commercial motivation for the post. Khloe captioned the snap, (quote) "Our @goodamerican Chunky Zip bodysuit just dropped in black and red and inclusive size range."

No word if that (quote) "inclusive size range" makes it appropriate for maternity wear. (People)

TOM HANKS: David S. Pumpkins Animated Special Announced

David S. Pumpkins is going from an SNL sketch to an animated special.

Tom Hanks will lend his voice to the half-hour Halloween special, which will air October 28th at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.

This is the official synopsis from NBC: “Set in a small suburban town on All Hallows’ Eve, the special centers on David Pumpkins and his skeleton sidekicks who show a young boy and his sister the true meaning of Halloween, answering none of their questions along the way.”

Hanks debuted the bizarre, pumpkin-suit-wearing character when he hosted SNL last October.  

Mikey Day and Bobby Moynihan, who wrote the first sketch, as well as Peter Dinklagewill also voice characters.



Meghan Trainor is ready for prime-time -- she'll produce and write songs for a new ABC show about an up-and-coming girl band.

Meghan's team is putting together a pilot for Broken Record, which follows the ups and downs of an all-female group called The Candies, who decide to reunite a decade after their breakup, thanks to a tragic event that brings them back together as friends.

There's no word yet on an air date, or whether Meghan will make an on-screen appearance. (Hollywood Reporter)

CHER: Musical Firms Broadway Plans

The Cher Show has found a Broadway home. The musical about the iconic diva will take over Broadway’s Neil Simon Theatre in the fall of 2018.

The public will first get their first chance to see it beginning June 12th at the Oriental Theatre in Chicago.

Playwright Rick Elise tells the New York Times the show "isn't linear" in the way traditional bio-musicals such as Jersey Boys and Gloria Estefan's On Your Feet are. It is "entirely psychological -- it takes place in her psychological closet, and in that closet is everything she’s ever been in her life -- everything she has ever played, every song she’s sung, everyone she’s been married to, every pair of shoes she’s worn, every success and every failure."

Casting for The Cher Show isn't finalized -- we hear three actresses will play Cher at different points in her life -- but the creative team promises 35 to 40 of her best-known songs.


Maroon 5 have teamed up with up-and-coming female rapper SZA [pr: SIZ-uh] for what might be their steamiest video yet -- a sexy romp through the chart-scaling "What Lovers Do."



Chrissy Metz - 37 years old

Actress (TV's This Is Us)

Born in 1980

Andrew Dice Clay (Andrew Clay Silverstein) - 60 years old

The raunchy Brooklyn-born comedian became a movie (The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, Blue Jasmine) and TV actor (Crime Story, Hitz, Vinyl, Bless This House, Making the Grade) and now plays himself in the cable comedy Dice.

Born in 1957

Bryant Gumbel - 69 years old

TV host (The Today Show, The Early Show, Real Sports)

Born in 1948

Ian McShane - 75 years old

The English actor won a Golden Globe for the cable series Deadwood. 

Born in 1942

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