The Texas Tenors
JC Fisher, Marcus Collins, and John Hagen tell us the story behind the formation of The Texas Tenors and how they have come to be such an immensely successful act ever since competing on "America's Got Talent." The men credit their diversity amongst musical genres as the key to the group's mega success. The Texas Tenors then lend their voices to "You Should Dream."
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Hypnotherapist Paul McKenna
Hypnotherapist Paul McKenna is taking a new approach to weightloss. Without going under the knife, Paul has found success in hypnotizing patients into believing they had gastric band surgery. In theory, this method tricks the body into feeling full quicker. He illustrates how to curb Cristina's compulsion to eat a bagel with cream cheese by mixing it with a food she's repulsed by. Over time, this technique will recondition Cristina to have a mitigated desire to begin with.
Paul's book "Hypnotic Gastric Band" and CD are available at Go to iTunes for his app, "Change Your Life in 7 Days," for $7.99 per program.

Char-Grilled Steak with Green Olive Salsa

Cristina Cooks Char-Grilled Steak with Green Olive, Caper, & Basil Salsa
Cristina explains the secret to grilling a nice, juicy steak. To complete the plate, she adds green olive, caper, and basil salsa.

How to Clean Makeup Brushes with Kym Douglas
Kym Douglas is here to warn us that makeup brushes are a breeding ground for germs that can cause pink eye, the common cold, and more. To protect your health, follow Kym's method of cleaning makeup brushes. She teaches us how to use household items, such as oil, a spritzer, and a bar of Dove soap to clean the bristles thoroughly. Plus, Kym keeps keeps all her cosmetics in a functional Glam Box. by using the promo code HALLMARK.

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Cedar Cove's Dylan Neal

Dylan Neal
Dylan Neal is visiting today from the quaint fictional town of "Cedar Cove." He tells us his character's storyline in the first season and what it's like working alongside Andie MacDowell. When he's not acting, you can find Dylan sending sawdust flying as a cabinet maker.
Season two of the Hallmark Channel Original Series "Cedar Cove" is coming this summer. Catch Dylan on "Arrow," Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW.

Follor Dylan on Twitter @dylannealstudio.

Oatmeal's anti-aging properties

Samantha Cassetty
Nutrition director of "Good Housekeeping" magazine, Samantha Cassetty teaches us the age-defying benefits of oatmeal. Oatmeal's anti-aging properties can help you turn back time by reducing belly fat and treating skin.
Learn more in Samantha's book, "7 Years Younger: The Anti-Aging Breakthrough Diet," and Tweet her @nutritionistsam.

DIY Felt Flower Sweaters with Jessie Jane
Sweaters with floral appliques can run you over $100 in the mall. Jessie Jane shares a photo of her daughter Olive wearing a cardigan that Jessie embellished herself. She simply cuts flowers out of felt and uses fabric glue to adhere the decoration onto the sweater. Then, Jessie completes the adorable outfit with a matching headband.
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Fun & Creative Big Game Ideas with Jill Simonian
Create a fun carnival atmosphere at your Big Game party on Sunday. Jill Simonian designates different activity stations including facepainting with your favorite team's colors and tossing a football through a hula hoop. And, she shares ideas for prizes and party favors too. and follow her on Twitter @jillsimonian.

Teach your dog to open the Fridge

Laura Nativo
Laura Nativo and her furry assistant Ripper are putting old fashioned "fetch" to shame. On command, Ripper can retrieve a soda bottle from the refrigerator for his handler! Laura demonstrates how she trained Ripper to perform this behavioral trick.
Twitter: @LauraNativo

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