“You can’t soak up love making television, but when you walk into that theater, you’re getting that investment,” he said.
“He’s going to fall in love with us,” Novey blurted. “He’s going to call and he’s going to want to fly us out to his ranch or wherever he lives.”
“It was so surreal to be back on that set,” Mullally said. “We have been off the air for 10 years, but [we] slipped back into those characters [like] it was like no time had passed at all.”
“He wouldn’t let us be just good enough,” Simmons said. “If we could make it better in certain spots, he would definitely encourage us to make it better.”
Jillette appeared on The Celebrity Apprentice with the show’s former host, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
98 Degrees headlines the My2K Tour, which also features ’90s and early 2000s pop heavyweights like Dream, O-Town and Ryan Cabrera.
Mullaly tells Oklahoma Gazette she loves returning home despite the state’s embarrassing politics.
“We consider the crew band members,” he said. “Everyone eats together. Everyone’s family.”
311 paves its own road to music success and celebrates 25 years together at Monday’s Oklahoma City tour stop.
They Might Be Giants (TMBG) released its independent, self-titled first album in 1986, five years after MTV debuted on U.S. cable stations. That was a long time ago, back when the channel still aired music videos and backed genres like college rocker, alternative and indie pop, which were eventually abandoned during the rise of grunge…