The View May 29 2013
On The View May 29 2013, comedian George Lopez came into the show to talk about his new book, I’m Not Gonna Lie, 98 Degrees updated us on their lives and performed a song off their new album, 2.0, and Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter and Martha Quinn, the original MTV VJs, talked about their new book, VJ: The Unplugged Adventure of MTV’s First Wave. Check out the details below to get clued in!
The View: George Lopez I’m Not Gonna Lie Review & Kidney Transplant
George Lopez said that he approached 50 without feeling too much apprehension about rolling over into another decade of life, but when it finally happened, his life changed seemingly overnight. This obviously case quite a bit of unrest for the comedian, so he wrote I’m Not Gonna Lie so that other men wouldn’t have to go through the jolting transition into their 50s like he did.
The View Original MTV VJs: Nina Blackwood, Alan Hunter & Mark Goodman
Back when MTV was a station that played music on television, the original MTV VJs, Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter and Martha Quinn, ruled the airwaves, along with their now-deceased team leader, J.J. Jackson. They lived a lifestyle not so different from that of a rock star’s, and they tell it all in their book, VJ: The Unplugged Adventure of MTV’s First Wave.
The View: 98 Degrees Returns, 2.0 Review & A Father’s Lullaby
It looks like the ’90s boy band is making a return, both new and old. 98 Degrees band members Nick Lachey, Drew Lachey, Justin Jeffre, and Jeff Timmons all came on the show to talk about what they’ve been up to over the last 13 years during the band’s absence from pop culture. I guarantee you would never guess what all of them have been up to.