Posted on Leave a comment

Celebrity Interviewer Lost it with how Nicole Richie Reacts after High Five Blow

Nicole Richie





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

Caught by surprise after the celebrity interviewer accidentally hit Nicole Richie’s face sending her sunglasses up into the air, she did retain her composure. It is very hard to fake it obviously and she did very well. This made the interviewer felt so uneasy with what she has done. It’s not intentional so, it should not be a big deal.






Youtube video by; Top10s
[VIDEO]: Nicole Richie gets smacked in the face during the interview. Surely it’s every celebrity interviewer’s worst nightmare.



High Five

Nicole Richie got more than an on-air promotion for her new NBC show “Great News” in a recent “Talk Stoop” interview that went awry when the host accidentally slapped her square in the face. The awkward moment came as host Cat Greenleaf was attempting to give her guest a celebratory high-five when Ritchie said the best news she heard recently was a rainy weather forecast in drought-stricken Los Angeles: Read this: http://toofab.com/2017/04/11/nicole-richie-nbc-slap-face-talk-stoop-cat-greenleaf-great-news/

Awkward Slap

Sometimes interviews don’t go as planned. And sometimes high fives turn into awkward misses. For Nicole Richie, both of those things (and more) unfortunately came true over the weekend when she filmed an interview as part of Talk Stoop With Cat Greenleaf. It’s not even 30 seconds into the clip before things go awry as a fierce high five from Greenleaf mistakenly lands on Richie’s face. Indeed, the sheer force of the high five knocks the sunglasses across the stoop. Ouch. More here: http://nymag.com/thecut/2017/04/watch-nicole-richie-get-slapped-during-interview-blunder.html



Good Sport

Luckily for her, Richie was “beyond a good sport.” “She was so gracious and kept things moving,” Greenleaf said. “I caused her bodily harm! And she kept on rolling. She was a true pro.” Read more: http://www.today.com/popculture/high-five-fail-talk-stoop-host-cat-greenleaf-accidentally-slaps-t110288










Worst Nightmare

It is indeed the celebrity interviewer’s worst nightmare.  big chance with a super-famous star sitting across, and blow it all off with a friendly high five that went astray. The Simple Life reality star told host Cat Greenleaf that she’s excited that her usually dry home city of Los Angeles has a rare rainy forecast. That’s when Greenleaf raises her hand for the high five – and slaps Richie right in the face.




http://www.nzherald.co.nz/entertainment/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501119&objectid=11836317




Posted on Leave a comment

Nicole Richie got her first scripted series-regular TV role, an NBC Comedy

Nicole Richie





welcome By: Elena Grace Flores
Finally, Nicole Richie is going to be a star in a comedy role at NBC. What’s interesting is, it is going to be her first scripted series-regular TV role. As a natural actress, her past assignments were a peace of cake – but this time, she will be portraying following a script regularly. Let’s see how she goes:

Hollywood Reporter wrote: Nicole Richie is ready to take over comedy. The Simple Life grad and reality personality has been tapped to star in NBC’s forthcoming comedy Great News in a recasting, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Inspired by the life of Tracey Wigfield, the comedy centers on a mother-daughter relationship that is challenged when an overly involved New Jersey mom (Andrea Martin) interns at her daughter’s (Briga Heelan) workplace, a cable news network. Richie has been tapped to play Portia, the role originally played by Kimrie Lewis-Davis in the pilot. Producers are said to have wanted to go in a different direction with the role. Portia is the hip, young co-host of The Breakdown, the cable news show within Great News. Sometimes a shrewd social media genius, sometimes a clueless idiot, Portia has little interest in her older co-host’s (John Michael Higgins) hard-hitting traditional vision for the show. Written by Wigfield, the 30 Rock alum exec produces the Universal Television single-camera comedy alongside Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. David Miner of 3 Arts oversees for the company.

It added: Beth McCarthy Miller directed the pilot for the series, which is due to bow midseason. For Richie, the role marks her first scripted series-regular TV role following work on The Simple Life and Candidly Nicole as well as guest gigs on NBC’s Chuck and Fox’s Empire. She’s repped by WME, Impression Entertainment and Grubman Shire.

Reference: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/nicole-richie-star-nbc-comedy-913228http://www.new.carelinkwebpr.com/cookie-policy/