Today on Marie
Thanks to the "rabid fans," "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" has been resurrected by the CW this summer. Colin Mochrie will be returning to the improv show alongside the very talented Wayne Brady and Ryan Stiles. Colin says his inhibitions go away on stage and he assumes a persona very different from how he acts in real life. To prep for the relaunch, Colin did research on current pop culture trends because he's finding that the show is skewing to a younger audience thanks to YouTube clips of the original series. Colin has no trouble keeping a poker face during a hilarious lightning round of "Infomercial."
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Travel expert Laura McKenzie reveals vacation destinations where you are likely to spot celebrities. Because of its close proximity to the U.S., the Bahamas is a hot spot amongst the stars. Some, like Eddie Murphy and David Copperfield, even own their own Bahamian islands for complete privacy and seclusion! Another nearby locale is Key West, where you might hobnob with Ryan Seacrest or Gerard Butler. Saint-Tropez is the place to see and be seen in Europe for the rich and famous crowd. Maui is always a good go-to retreat for Cameron Diaz and Matthew McConaughey, but Laura advises to avoid traveling there during school holidays. Other stars prefer the snow to the sand and escape to ski resorts in Aspen and Jackson Hole, where you might find Harrison Ford or Sandra Bullock on the slopes. When movies shoot on remote locations, it may introduce a star to a new vacation destination. Rob Pattinson recently discovered the beauty that Budapest has to offer while filming.
Find out how you can get the A-list treatment on your next vacation>>
Glennon Doyle Melton
Glennon Doyle Melton committed herself to overcoming bulimia and alcoholism when she found out she was pregnant on Mother's Day 11 years ago. Once afraid of the world and secluding herself in a dark world, Glennon was ready to see the sun shine in her new role as mom. She still feels the same emotions as before, but channels the feelings into writing as a form of therapy. The author of "Carry On, Warrior" has received praise via fan letters from readers. With three young children and a husband at home, Glennon felt inclined to escape to a monastery for peace and quiet. This urge inspired her to create an online community of "monkees" on her blog momastery.com for women to find solace in sharing the trials and tribulations of motherhood.
To learn more about Glennon Doyle Melton and to get involved in her Monkee See - Monkee Do efforts, visit www.momastery.com
. Her book, "Carry On, Warrior," is available at amazon.com