Top Talk Shows: The Bachelorette & Total Recall
In the heat of summer, The Bachelorette has reached its conclusion. Emily and Jef’s love story was popular this week. Also, go inside the 2012 Total Recall remake and get in the Olympic spirit as the games begin in London. Here are some talk show highlights from this week’s top talk shows.
The Bachelorette: Emily & Jef’s Secret Weekends
This summer’s Bachelorette, Emily Maynard, is now engaged to contestant Jef from the show. They talked about preserving their privacy and nurturing their relationship outside the public eye, as well as the advice they’re using in hopes of beating the Bachelor odds and having a successful marriage.
The Doctors: Qnexa Diet Drug Controversy
This summer, the FDA approved a new diet drug, Qnexa. The Doctors team talked about whether diet pills really work, and the side effects that users need to watch for. Plus, an author and fitness expert shared The Fat Smash Diet in order to help dieters finally break through and get in shape once and for all.
Kathie Lee & Hoda: 2012 London Summer Olympics Trivia
The 2012 London Summer Olympics are finally here, and Kathie Lee and Hoda went for the gold in trivia. Can you name all the colors of the Olympic rings? Do you know the name of the youngest gold medalist in history? Take the Olympic Trivia quiz and see how you rate.
Total Recall 2012: Colin Farrell and Kate Beckinsale
Summer is only half over, and that means there are still more blockbusters coming to theaters. This weekend’s big opening is the new remake of Total Recall, starring Colin Farrell and Kate Beckinsale. The stars sat down with Ellen this week to talk about their latest project. Colin Farrell discussed his son’s Angelman Syndrome. Kate, meanwhile, dished about making out with her co-star on the set.
Today Show: Do You Know Your British Slang?
In case you’re catching a last minute flight to London for the Summer Olympics, you might want to brush up on your British slang during the flight. Do you know what Y-fronts are? Can you define a blower? Get ready to learn some colorful new language with the Today Show British Slang Dictionary.