Prince Harry will make a return tour of the U.S. to assist Sandy victims and disabled veterans. And, as inevitable as the sun rising in the east, so too will Harry attempt to be naked — like his last visit to Las Vegas, which ended in the crown jewels being placed on public display. (Stop trying to put clothes on the prince! He doesn’t abide by your rules, society!)
Prince Harry wouldn’t get a chance to be naked in New Jersey, we can think of a few places where he possibly could in New York. Lo and behold, those places all happen to be restaurants. We present, a culinary tour fit for a prince. Chris Christie insisted that
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The conservative co-host of Fox's
The Five has actually had two careers before television. He had a short-lived minor league career as an infielder with the Pittsburgh Pirates, which was cut short by a shoulder injury. (See above for a rough approximation of what Bolling looks like in a Pirates cap, circa 1984.)
After that, Bolling moved on to a 20-year career in the energy market, where he made his wealth.
Bolling tells Mediaite he has one more career left in him: "Politics. I’d love my next office to be located at Cannon or Russell, but no rush!"
As an undergraduate at Williams College, Burnett was quite the athlete, playing both field hockey and lacrosse. Her field hockey team went to the NCAA Tournament one year, and she scored a goal.
MSNBC's 3pm hour host apparently loves to play reggae bass. His first album, entitled "Bass Lion," was released a few years back, and features tracks like "Jah Help I From Bout Ya" and "Music Over Evryting."
Yes, mon. I and I can attest to Bashir's musical skills - for a short while, I sat outside his office when both of us worked at ABC. It was not uncommon to hear him playing guitar.
Long before co-hosting
Fox & Friends every morning, Gretchen Carlson was Miss America.
In 1989, Carlson won Miss Minnesota and went on to be crowned Miss America after winning over judges with her classical violin performance of Pablo de Sarasate's "Zigeunerweisen."
Yep, Carlson plays a mean classical violin. Check out a clip below for proof:
Long before he ever fought injustice on MSNBC, Chris Matthews was fighting crime on the hard-knock streets of the Capitol.
In the 1970s, Matthews was a ".38-caliber-toting officer of the U.S. Capitol Police."
See above for our rough approximation of what Matthews might have looked like in a Capitol Police uniform.
You would never guess it given her right-leaning views, but
The Five co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle happens to be the former First Lady of San Francisco.
From 2001 until 2006, Guilfoyle was married to former SF Mayor Gavin Newsom -- you know, the one who, in 2004, famously directed the city to begin issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
The marriage ended in divorce after the long distance (Guilfoyle moved to NY to begin a short-lived TV show) strained their relationship.
The host of MSNBC's weekend show
Up with Chris Hayes once said that global warming is "the most important of our time."
Well, Hayes is so committed to that belief that he rides his bicycle to work every single day. Subways and automobiles be damned!
Above is our rough approximation of Hayes might look like when commuting to work -- if MSNBC existed 110 years ago and Hayes owned a penny-farthing bicycle.
ABC World News host Diane Sawyer served in the Nixon White House all the way through Nixon's resignation.
After Nixon left office, Sawyer worked on the Nixon-Ford transition team, and then helped Nixon write his memoirs, published in 1978. She also helped prepare Nixon for the famous television interviews with British journalist David Frost later depicted in the film Frost/Nixon.
At one point, Sawyer was even suspected of being "Deep Throat," the source of the leaks to journalist Bob Woodward about Watergate.
Bonus fun fact: Sawyer is married to Mike Nichols, the Oscar-winning director of The Graduate and the Tony-winning Broadway revival of Death of a Salesman.
The self-described "straight talker" from MSNBC was once a star quarterback on scholarship at Minnesota State University Moorhead.
"Big Ed" made All-American and became the NAIA passing leader in 1977. He eventually signed as a free agent with the Oakland Raiders, before becoming a sportscaster and eventually a talk-radio host.
Bonus fun fact: Schultz was once a hardcore conservative. He voted for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, and describes himself as once being a "warmonger" and "a pretty greedy guy."
The libertarian Fox Business Network host used to struggle mightily with a stuttering problem.
He once wrote that during his early days in television, "the fear [of stuttering on-air] tortured me. On days when live work was scheduled, I'd wake in a cold sweat, anticipating the humiliation that might come eight hours later, when thousands of people would watch my mouth lock. That all-day anxiety often made me want to quit."
Eventually his boss at WCBS-TV in New York sent him to a stuttering clinic in Roanoke, Virginia, where he learned to keep it under control.
(Pictured above with Stuttering Foundation president Jane Fraser)
Few people in television have a longer commute than MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell.
The liberal Last Word host actually resides in Los Angeles, but commutes 6,000 miles weekly to host the show. When Melissa Harris-Perry, who lives in New Orleans, was given a weekend MSNBC show, O'Donnell tweeted at her: "Welcome to long distance commuting!"
Above is our rough approximation of what O'Donnell might look like when flying cross-country, all classy and stuff.
The veteran NBC
Dateline correspondent has been stepfather to Chandler from Friends, a.k.a. actor Matthew Perry.
Perry's mother is Suzanne Perry, former press aide to former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
The couple wed in 1980.
The host of MSNBC's 1 p.m. hour is married to former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.
The two had a lengthy relationship leading up to their 1997 marriage. Greenspan is twenty years older than Mitchell, and he is her second husband.
The CNN host is fluent in Hebrew and, while living in Israel, published articles in several Israeli newspapers.
Under the name "Zev" Blitzer (not a pseudonym -- "Zev" means Wolf in Hebrew), he wrote for Al HaMishmar. And at another point, using the name Zev Barak, he had work published in Yedioth Ahronoth.
Above is a picture of young Blitzer with his Hebrew name "Zev" lazily photo-shopped next to his head.