Jackass star Steve-O is back on TV as the host of the new TruTV reality competition Killer Karaoke, the hilarious and squirm-inducing show, which has contestants sing karaoke while undergoing all kinds of distracting challenges, such as being lowered into a pool full of snakes.
Steve-O, of MTV’s Jackass fame and the host of truTV's new game show, Killer Karaoke, developed a wild streak at a young age, which he managed to parlay into a successful career as a stuntman and extreme prank artist, as most currently know him.
Comedian and frequent Comedy Central roast attendee Amy Schumer, 31, admitted on Howard Stern on Wednesday morning to having a relationship with WWE fighter Dolph Ziggler, 32. Stern was digging about details of Schumer's sex life with Ziggler when she obliged him, saying that the sex between her and professional wrestler Ziggler was too "athletic,' with him channeling his wrestling moves during coitus, and that it was the sheer physicality that led to their breakup.
Perhaps the most striking characteristic of the Jackass films is the complete inversion of values they represent: a stunt is not considered a success unless it is a complete failure resulting in some hilarious injury; a prank is not considered a success unless it fails and someone is humiliated or forced to vomit; instead of being suppressed by the editors, blooper footage, such as that depicting the tormented performers experiencing what can only be described as emotional breakdowns in response to the pressure to perform the stunts, is left in the final cut.
While he hasn’t exactly been “winning” a whole lot lately – his semi-improvised spoken-word tour was roundly panned and his slot on his CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men is now occupied by Ashton Kutcher – but Charlie Sheen has been bestowed the dubious honor of being just enough of a jerk to warrant a gallery of his peers tearing him a new one live on network television.