Entertainment this Morning with Gary and Bristol Thursday, October 27
Six days a week, Gary and Bristol get up before the sun shines to bring you the latest from Nashville, New York City and Hollywood with Entertainment this Morning!
The Cubs evened things up last night in Cleveland tying the series 1-1 in game two of the World Series beating the Indians 5-1. This time it was the Cubs’ pitcher Jake Arrieta who was almost unhittable throwing a no-hitter into the sixth inning. Neither the Cubs nor the Indians have been up to bat for the World Series in decades, and as a result, Tuesday night’s game had the largest TV audience for game one of the World Series in the past seven years. Game three will be played at Chicago’s Wrigley Field tomorrow night. Josh Tomlin will be pitching for the Indians and he’s a local boy! He went to Whitehouse High School, then attended Angelina College and Texas Tech and was born in Tyler, TX.
Gerard Butler is back again to save the president in Angel Has Fallen. It’s the follow up to London Has Fallen and Olympus Has Fallen which was shot right here in Bossier City, LA! How crazy was it to see the White House sitting right there on Arthur Ray Teague Parkway?!?! I think we still have a piece of it here at the studios… it was Styrofoam, believe it or not!
The 50th Annual CMA Awards are next Wednesday, November 2nd on ABC and it’s going to have over 35 performers… more than any other CMA Awards broadcast in history… which means they’re going to have to keep their acceptance speeches really short… or this thing is going to last for hours!!!
Holy smokes am I excited for this! Florida Georgia Line just announced that they’ve extended their Dig Your Roots tour and according to their website, they’re coming to Bossier City! They’re still working out the details so we don’t have a date yet, but if it’s on the internet, it must be true, right? BTW, they list Dustin Lynch and Chris Lane as the openers!