Aren't he and Ben still together? there were pictures of them out and about not to long ago, but even if they did break-up they were together for three years, so it's not like he has never had a boyfriend.
There were also recent pics of Ben kissing another guy in Central Park. When confronted Anderson said they had an open relationship. So who knows. But his personal life is his, I'll leave it at that unless he brings it up on the show.
Kathi Lee and Hoda on the Today show talked about Anderson's wearing of the same jeans. They said that the staff sent his jeans out to be tested and they came back as a bio-hazardous nightmare with more that 200 strains of nastiness. If he's that into not ruining the newness of jeans, I just wish he would use some of his millions and buy a few extra pair. I don't know how anyone can wear A pair of jeans for six months with nothing more than a cold showering and not expect there to be things growing in them. At the very least his balls must sweat with all the running around he does.
My main problem is the quality of the show. Or lack thereof. If you are going to rebrand your show "Live" then it should be so. And if he says, "But nobody wants a Charlie in the box" one more time I'll vomit.
Rosie Perez. Ugh. I would rather watch a loop of nails on a chalkboard, I find her voice that grating. Really, Anderson, Gloria was thrilled to know that Rosie had her hands down your pants and that you might have switched teams? Stupid, stupid attempt at humor. And it implies that there is something wrong with being gay. I hate when he and Andy Cohen (a frequent co-host) play like they are straight. I find it insulting. One can appreciate the beauty of a woman without acting like one wants to fuck one. I find it gross and tacky and degrading to women.
If I wanted to watch a show about YouTube videos, I'd watch YouTube.
Dowton Abbey cast? Truly enjoyable. More of that please.
Anderson is a journalist and a reporter.
He may be elsewhere, but I haven't seen it employed here. He hasn't done one whit of investigative reporting on this show. Every story he discusses is covered by his producers. He is nothing more than a voice-over, followed by a poor (IMO) in-studio interview. I can't remember one story that he directly covered in the field. (With the exception of clips from his CNN show and call-ins to the show while on assignment for CNN/CBS.)
Edited by Xingu, Dec 20, 2012 @ 10:08 PM.