Actor Corbin Bleu has still got his head in the game! Made famous for his role in the hit "High School Musical" trilogy, Corbin discusses the franchise's resounding success and how he adjusted to swarms of fans. He reveals the final scene in the third installment showed the cast's raw emotions for bidding farewell to the Wildcats. Corbin also talks about partnering with Karina Smirnoff on a recent season of "Dancing With the Stars" and making a guest appearance on "Drop Dead Diva." Then, he opens up about being quite the domestic dude. Later, Corbin joins the family for a Broadway edition of "Songburst."
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Cristina Cooks Homemade Flatbread
Cristina welcomes Corbin Bleu into the kitchen to assist her in making a healthy version of flatbread. First, she teaches him to make homemade dough from scratch. Once the crust comes out of the oven, the twosome each custom-build their own flatbreads with toppings of their choice.
Ross Mathews drops by to say, "Hello," and to celebrate the launch of his talk show's second season. The People's Choice nominee shares a clip of his interview with "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville. Ross is excited to tell us all about debuting a brand-new set and the guests he has lined up. Then, he answers viewer submitted questions from Facebook and gives us a peek at bloopers from "Hello Ross!" "Hello Ross!" airs Fridays at 10/9c on E!
Ross' book, "Man Up!: Tales of My Delusional Self-Confidence," is a national bestseller and is now out in paperback. Follow him on Twitter @helloross.
"Think Pink" with Kym Douglas
Kym Douglas says we'll all be tickled pink this spring. She spotted the trend during New York Fashion Week and shows us how to add a pop of pink with lip stick, blush, and nail polish. Plus, she showcases stress-reducing tea, moisturizing cream, gardening gloves, and a beanie, all in the color of pink. Kym reveals pink isn't only for the ladies, showing salmon as a great hue for men. Get additional tips from lifestyle and beauty expert Kym Douglas at KymDouglas.com. Follow her on Twitter @KymDouglas and like her on Facebook.
Food Intolerance with JJ Virgin
Nutrition and fitness expert JJ Virgin, CNS, CHFS explains how food intolerance can cause weight gain. She breaks down a simple test to diagnose your intolerances. First, elminate seven foods - gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, peanuts, corn, and sugar/artificial sweeteners - for three weeks. Then, reintroduce them one at a time to isolate what you're intolerant to. JJ also gives options to swap out your favorite foods for alternative, yet similar, products during this period.
Food Intolerance Assessment>> Lateral Shifts to Make>> For more information on JJ Virgin, author of "The Virgin Diet" and "The Virgin Diet Cookbook," go to her website www.jjvirgin.com.
DIY Gold Tipped Shoes with Jessie Jane
Jessie Jane has the Midas touch today! Following the trend of gold buckles and gold sneakers, Jessie teaches us how to paint the tips of shoes the winning color. Now, you can look like a million bucks all the way down to the tip of your toe for a fraction of the cost.
Consumer and money-saving expert Andrea Woroch returns for America Saves Week, which is a campaign to promote budgeting tips and teach people to balance their finances. She teaches us to use technology and mobile devices to our benefit with apps that enable us to organize our finances and track our spending and price fluctuations. Download these apps:
1. Pinterest offers a money-saving feature.
2. Hukkster allows you to track products on a virtual wish list. Average savings on Hukkster is $40/purchase. 3. Inkjetwilly.com is a comparative marketplace for printer ink. It helps to find best price for your printer.
4. Foursquare is a "check in" app that gives you instant access to reviews and offers coupons & freebies.
5. CardStar.com digitizes all of your loyalty cards. Present barcode on your phone upon checkout.
Sophie Uliano's DIY Dryer Balls
Sophie Uliano, Cristina, and Mark have a ball in the laundry room today! Sophie teaches them to make DIY dryer balls using wool roving as a natural alternative to a dryer sheet. These dryer balls reduce static, make clothing smell beautiful, and help laundry dry faster.
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