It's a sad anniversary tomorrow, totally; January 17 marks the one-year anniversary of the cancellation of "ESPN Hollywood." The show lasted almost six months, and hoo, what a six months they were!
Proving The Brushback's prediction a mere two months before it launched, several sources have confirmed that "ESPN Hollywood" is being cancelled by the end of the week. (The good folks at Sports Business Daily informs us the last day will be Friday, January 27, a week from Friday. This means "ESPN Hollywood" will end…
Gossip site EITM Online — imagine US Weekly with uncomfortable photos of Mischa Barton's, uh, monthly visit from a friend — has a picture they claim is of Eva Longoria (Spurs guard Tony Parker's lady friend and fellow terrorizer of Mexican police officers) and ... wait for it ... "ESPN Hollywood" host Mario Lopez.
Yo, here's the deal, G. Big Papi was dropping some PHAT rhymes with Busta at his club the other day, but — get this, dawg — Busta was wearing a Yankees hat. BURN!
As we continue to glance backward at ESPN alpha dog Mark Shapiro's tenure, we take a look back at some of the more serious missteps during his reign.
Derek Jeter and the rest of the Yankees are less than pleased with the new Mark Shapiro brainchild "ESPN Hollywood." After the show ran an item on "the ladies of Derek Jeter," the team went on the offensive.
The following two stories were promoed by The Mario Lopez Network for ESPN Hollywood on SportsCenter this morning:
Legimate question: If you move from ESPN2's "Cold Pizza" to another ESPN2 show with Mario Lopez, is that considered a promotion? We're just asking. (Correlary question: Would you rather work with Woody Paige or a guy who used to hang out with Screech? Actually, that's kind of the same thing.)