Bring The Funny Details and Casting

If you don’t know what the show is, Bring the Funny is an upcoming comedy competition series, set to premiere on July 9, 2019 on NBC.

Hosted by comedian Amanda Seales, the series will feature various comedy acts performing in front of an audience for a chance to win $250,000. It will consist of 10 episodes. Judges for the series include Chrissy Teigen, Kenan Thompson and Jeff Foxworthy.

NBC has also launched a website to casting. You can read: “We are looking for the best of the best from every comedy genre worldwide!”. If you’re interested in casting up, feel free to read the rules and apply now.

New York Candids

May 13, 2019 – Beauty Chrissy Teigen out and about in New York. Click on the thumbnails below to see the entire set of pictures.

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May 13, 2019 – Chrissy Teigen arriving at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York. Click on the thumbnails below to see the entire set of pictures.

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Chrissy Teigen Is Nominated For Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards

The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) and NPACT, the trade organization serving the producers of nonfiction entertainment content, unveiled today the nominees for the inaugural Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards, which recognize excellence in nonfiction, unscripted and reality programming across broadcast, cable and streaming platforms.  Additionally, they announced VH1 as their media partner who will air the show on Sunday, June 9.

Chrissy is nomintated for 2 Critics’ Choice Real TV Awards in the Female Star of The Year and Structured Series categories with Lip Sync Battle (on Paramount Network). The awards cerimony will be held on Sunday – June 2, 2019 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. Stay tuned!

Hulu Orders Food Shows From Chrissy Teigen

Hulu is turning to foodies in search of its next five million subscribers.

The streaming service has ordered its first slate of original food programmes, which will be produced by celebrity chef David Chang, model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen, and Vox Media, the owner of food site Eater. Two of its first projects are Family Style, about cooking for friends and family and Eater’s Guide to the World, a documentary series.

Hulu, owned by Walt Disney Co. and Comcast Corp., is expanding its pipeline of unscripted programmes to boost its customer base in the US. The service now has 26.8 million paid subscribers, it said Wednesday, up from about 23 million at the end of last year.

Cooking shows have been a staple of traditional TV for decades, with the Food Network and Bravo’s Top Chef hooking viewers. In more recent years, documentary-style food shows such as Chef’s Table have already been a success in the on-demand world for Netflix Inc., Hulu’s larger rival.

The push into food is part of a programming slate that Hulu will preview for advertisers in New York on Wednesday. The streaming service, known for shows like The Handmaid’s Tale’ and Casual, also will unveil new scripted fare. That includes two new shows based on characters from Marvel comic books, a drama with Nicole Kidman, and a series starring Kate McKinnon as disgraced startup founder Elizabeth Holmes.

But unscripted programmes, from competitions to talk shows to travelogues, are cheaper than dramas and just as addictive for viewers. Netflix has touted its success with Chef’s Table, Nailed It! and Queer Eye, a reboot of a popular styling show.

Hulu just earned an Oscar nomination for its documentary Minding the Gap and earned attention for its documentary about the Fyre Festival. But its pipeline of reality TV has been smaller than that of Netflix or Amazon.com Inc.

“In today’s direct-to-consumer world, viewers are demanding better when it comes to TV,’’ Hulu Chief Executive Officer Randy Freer said in a statement. “Hulu’s continued growth, as well as the shows and initiatives announced today, reflect our deep investment in product, programming, brand, customer experience and business strategy.’’

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Gallery Update

Chrissy is currently in New York, I’ve added some new recent pics into the gallery. Check them all!

April 30, 2019 – The City Harvest Gala in New York
April 30, 2019 – Chrissy Teigen leaving the City Harvest Gala in New York
May 01, 2019 – Chrissy Teigen leaving her apartment in New York
May 01, 2019 – Hulu Upfront Presentation in New York
May 02, 2019 – Chrissy Teigen leaving The Today Show in New York
May 02, 2019 – Chrissy Teigen leaving her apartment in New York
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#MyWishForMoms Videos

AHN Women and Chrissy Teigen have launched a social cause initiative to reduce the stigma of postpartum depression and anxiety — #MyWishForMoms. Chrissy recently spent a day at the AHN Women Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health in Pittsburgh to meet with patients and tour the facility. Here are some videos and feel free to read more on their official website.

AHN announces partnership with Chrissy Teigen

Allegheny Health Network announced Thursday that it is partnering with model and actress Chrissy Teigen to launch a social cause initiative that aims to create an open dialogue about women about postpartum depression and anxiety.

According to a release from AHN, about one in seven new mothers — or more than 500,000 women — develop postpartum depression, but only 15 percent of them received treatment. Allegheny Health is seeking to increase awareness of postpartum depression so women suffering from it know they are not alone.

“When I was approached with this opportunity – to help be the voice for women experiencing postpartum depression and anxiety – I thought, ‘this is perfect!'” Teigen said in a statement. “I’m grateful to be able to use the platform that I’ve been given to reduce the stigma that many women feel when talking about these very real and treatable conditions.”

Throughout the month of May — which is also known as Mental Health month — Teigen will use social media to ask moms to share what they wish they would have known about postpartum depression by using the hashtag #MyWishForMoms. A website with the same name as the hashtag will educate families on the warning signs and treatment options for postpartum depression.

Teigen previously visited Pittsburgh for the opening of the Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health, where she met with women who received treatment for postpartum depression.

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