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Trump: Robert Pattinson Should Dump Kristen Stewart; Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel Tying Knot this Weekend; Kate Gosselin Fired; TV Producer Puts out Book to Benefit Charity; Top Five Videos That Made You Say "Did You See This?"; Uma Thurman`s Baby`s Name Revealed

Aired October 18, 2012 - 23:00:00   ET


A.J. HAMMER, HOST: Tonight the SHOWBIZ Countdown, SHOWBIZ News Breakers. Donald Trump`s advice to Robert Pattinson: dump Kristen Stewart for good. Kate Gosselin gets canned. Is it time for a nine-to-five job for her?

But which star story will be the No. 1 News Breaker of the day?

Hello, and thank you for watching. I`m A.J. Hammer with two big SHOWBIZ Countdowns tonight, including the jaw-dropping videos that we came across today that had all of us in our SHOWBIZ morning staff meeting today saying, "Hey, Did You See This?"

There were so many we had to narrow it down to our top five, though, including one of the strangest Honey Boo-Boo videos we have ever seen, and that is saying a lot. Honey Boo-Boo and her mom reciting Christopher Walken`s lines from "Pulp Fiction."

And then there`s the brand-new video of this guy. He was showing off by jumping into a frozen pool, and as you see, he gets a big, icy butt check instead. And yes, there is more. Our No. 1 reveal is coming up.

But we begin with our first SHOWBIZ Countdown of the night. Today`s big three SHOWBIZ News Breakers.

And kicking it off at No. 3, Donald Trump and his K-Pattz smack-down. The Donald tweeting a warning today to Robert Pattinson, basically saying he should have never taken Kristen Stewart back after she cheated on him with her director.

Let me read to you now what Donald tweeted. He said, "Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. She cheated on him like a dog and will do it again. Just watch. He can do much better."

So does Trump have the right? Well, let me take this to someone who`s definitely an expert on fractured relationships. It`s Judge Lynn Toler, who is the host of TV`s "Divorce Court." Judge Toler joining me tonight in New York. And Her Honor also has a fabulous brand-new book out that`s called "Making Marriage Work."

So Judge Lynn, a little harsh, I think, coming from a guy basically who`s been married three times. You think Donald Trump has any business giving R. Patts, of all people, advice?

JUDGE LYNN TOLER, HOST, "DIVORCE COURT": I can`t believe that he knows about it and cares, and cares enough to tweet about it. I mean, he has other things to do. He`s got an empire to run. So the very fact that he`s in on it surprises me.

But also, it`s kind of a double standard. He`s been known to go out and about, and for him to opine on what somebody else ought to do because someone cheated on them, it`s a little presumptuous.

HAMMER: Don`t be misled. He does keep his finger on the pulse of pop culture, and people are always asking him about it.

TOLER: Clearly.

HAMMER: A lot of people today, though, responding to what Trump said. And he tweeted about his advice to K-Pattz. Look at this. He said, "Lots of response to my Pattinson/Kristen Stewart reunion. She will cheat again -- 100" -- I assume he means 100 percent -- "certain." But then he writes, "Am I ever wrong?" He should have left that last one off. You remember, our president was born in the United States, Donald Trump.

Let me bring in now Jenny Hutt. I digress, Jenny. Jenny is the host of the Sirius XM show, "Just Jenny." Should Robert Pattinson be listening to Trump`s warning in any way, shape or form?


First of all, this whole situation, if they were married -- look, I`m a big fan of fidelity, don`t get me wrong, but this is a kid. Kristen Stewart is a kid. She`s 2 years old. She`s a baby. She`s grown up just a little bit with Robert Pattinson. And why aren`t we focusing more on the director who was in the incident her?

And furthermore, they`re not -- like, they can be together again. This is not such a big deal. And it`s no guarantee she`s going to cheat again. They`re not married.

HAMMER: You know, Donald tweets about the director, he`s not getting as much attention.

HUTT: Of course.

HAMMER: Anyway, Donald watches SHOWBIZ TONIGHT, so big shout-out to you, Donald. Always nice to see you.

From Donald Trump`s love advice to Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel`s marriage buzz tonight, this is No. 2 on our SHOWBIZ News Breaker countdown.

Reports today Justin and Jessica just hosted a pre-wedding beach bash in Italy and that they`re going to be getting married this weekend. So congratulations, then. We knew it was coming, Judge Lynn. And again, we have two big stars here who are tying the knot. I know you`ve got some good advice for them so they don`t wind up in divorce court.

TOLER: Absolutely. They`ve done the first thing already. They waited until they were old enough to do it. They weren`t 20, 22, and 23. They`re old enough to do it. They`ve seen a little bit of life. And now all they have to do is make sure that that life, that big, huge TV movie life doesn`t interfere or dictate their family life. And they`ll be on their way to, hopefully, happily ever after.

HAMMER: Jenny, are you onboard with that? Because we see so many big stars breaking up all the time. It seems like it can never work, but we all love Justin and Jessica. What would you say to them?

HUTT: Listen, we see so many people just breaking up, period. I`m glad they`re going at it. I`m glad they`re trying. I`m glad they`re getting married. They`re a beautiful couple. I wish them well. They`re both extremely talented. So I just wish the best for them.

I`m kind of bummed I wasn`t invited, because I would have liked to have been Andy Samberg`s date. But I can`t have everything, right?

HAMMER: No, you can`t. But you`re here with us tonight. And we appreciate it.

And from now in unity to a reality show bombshell breakup tonight. Time for the big reveal on our SHOWBIZ Countdown of today`s "News Breakers" that are on top. This comes in at No. 1.

Kate Gosselin, the former "Kate Plus 8" star, just got dumped by the coupon site,, which paid her to blog about them. I`ve got to say, the breakup firing, not so nice.

The founder of the company certainly didn`t shy away from sharing the reasons why they fired her, telling SHOWBIZ TONIGHT: "A series of recent events have made it clear to me that Kate Gosselin and her contributions do not align with the authenticity which we set out to build almost a decade ago and that Ms. Gosselin is simply not a good fit."

Wow. Judge Lynn, what do you think went wrong?

TOLER: I don`t know. I`m kind of surprised that the company was surprised that they weren`t a good fit. I mean, she`s never hidden who she was, and who she was wasn`t that, you know, authentic home-spun person. And she was going further and further away from that as her career progressed. So I`m kind of surprised that they`re surprised that it didn`t work out.

HAMMER: Jenny, is it time for her to just get a real job?

HUTT: Well, yes, I guess she might have to just get a real job now.

But I also think it`s a little unkind of the company to fire her and then also add insult to injury by saying she couldn`t fit in well with this authentic, wonderful bunch of people. I think that`s kind of kicking her while she`s down.

HAMMER: Well, she did tweet to her fans that she is OK, and she said that she`s super busy. She told her fans not to worry about her.

I think it is safe to say, though, that Kate won`t be returning to her roots as a nurse. Because here`s what she revealed to producers backstage when she did Katie Couric`s show. They do a rapid fire Q&A backstage. And here`s what she said.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Do you prefer being a reality show star or a nurse?

KATE GOSSELIN, REALITY TV PERSONALITY: Definitely reality show star. More fun. I love nursing.


GOSSELIN: You know, given the -- that can`t be a question. It`s too many words.


HAMMER: Now Kate always gets flustered when people ask her, "Why don`t you go back to nursing?" Here she clearly says she`d rather be a reality star, Judge Lynn.

So if even a coupon Web site doesn`t want her, I`m thinking not a lot of people are going to be banging down her door again to do a reality show.

TOLER: Yes, and I think, you know, it comes in bursts. Her time came and went. Her 15 minutes was extended to 30, 35. And I think that might be all that she can handle.

The extraordinary thing she did was have so many children. It wasn`t necessarily a talent on her part. So she may have to reexamine where she`s going and how she`s going to get there.

HAMMER: Well, I will continue to wish her the best.

Judge Lynn, Jenny Hutt, I thank you both for chiming in tonight. Thanks so much.

Well, as Kate Gosselin struggles to figure out how to return to reality TV, the former girlfriend of her ex-husband, Jon Gosselin, is back on TV. Remember Hailey Glassman? She`s featured in a brand-new Lifetime show called "My Life is a Lifetime Movie."

I just sat down with her to find out what her life has turned into after being cast as the home wrecker. I asked if she felt ,like a victim in Jon and Kate`s reality show world. Watch what she told me.


HAILEY GLASSMAN, FORMER GIRLFRIEND OF JON GOSSELIN: You have to remember that the viewers and the contract with TLC that they had, they only let out what they were allowed to let out. You know, no one came, no one was allowed to say, you know, "No, she did not." No one even commented on it.

They just let the tabloids and the media run with the story they wanted, and the media`s the beast. You feed the beast or it will eat you. And I will say, yes, the media did eat me, but it didn`t eat me up alive. I`m sitting here today.

Here you are today. What is life like for you now? Is this, aside from the fact you have this special on Lifetime, is this all in the past for you?

GLASSMAN: This is all in the past. The door`s closed. For me to say, you know, they say time heals all wounds, but even time tends to leave scars. You know, it`s something in my past, but I`m a woman with a future and a past.

So right now I just hope to -- I have my career and I hope to just, for women to tune in and see this and be like, "You know what? If Hailey can get past 2009 and everything she went through, and that media storm, I can get past whatever little thing or whatever -- whatever is going on in my life now."

HAMMER: It really has to have taken such incredible strength.


HAMMER: And what is that for you now? You mentioned your career. What exactly are you doing?

GLASSMAN: I work in PR and I specialize in events. So I do social media for companies, and I do entertainment PR. So from the entertainment PR side I have an understanding with my clients.


GLASSMAN: And they feel comfortable with me because they feel I understand. Because, I mean, I don`t talk about it, but people always say something to me and say, "How did you get through it? How do I get through this? So, on another side I`m very relatable for people in entertainment industry because, as we all know, what they print in the tabloids and a lot of the stuff on television...

HAMMER: Not always true.

GLASSMAN: Is not factual.

HAMMER: From what I recall, things ended pretty badly between you and Jon. He accused you of doing some pretty awful things including trashing his New York City apartment. Are you in touch with him at all these days here in 2012?

GLASSMAN: No, but for him to pull some "Law and Order" situation on me was wrong, and you will get to see that explained in my part two series.

HAMMER: All right. All right. Anything you want to -- anything you want to let out about that now?

GLASSMAN: In my part two series...


GLASSMAN: ... I can`t even -- we`ll edit this laughing out.

HAMMER: I don`t know if we will. It`s pretty good.

GLASSMAN: In my part two series you will see how he pulled a Law and Order type episode on me and you will see, you know, maybe there will be a future wedding and a child in the future.

HAMMER: Still not so sure what happened there, but you definitely do not want to miss this. Hailey Glassman in part two of her series, "My Life is a Lifetime Movie." It airs on Lifetime on Wednesday night.

OK. Tonight "Inside the Actors` Studio" with Honey Boo-Boo and Mama June? Could it be?



ALANA THOMPSON, REALITY TV STAR: Was on your dad`s wrist.

WALKEN: It was shot down.

HAMMER: If Christopher Walken doing "Honey Boo-Boo" had you rolling on the floor, wait until you see the pageant queen`s big role reversal.

Plus frozen fail. This is amazing. It`s actually funny, An incredibly dangerous stunt that has turned into a hilarious moment that has gone viral. You won`t want to miss this. It is our next SHOWBIZ Countdown, "Did You See This?"




MELISSA RAUCH, ACTRESS: Did you miss me?

SIMON HELBERG, ACTOR: Are you kidding? Every minute of every...


HAMMER: Once again tonight, millions of people watched one of the hottest shows on TV, "The Big Bang Theory," the undisputed king of the sitcoms. And tonight, I`m going one-on-one with Chuck Lorre, the legendary producer of "The Big Bang Theory" in the "SHOWBIZ Newsmaker" interview.

I can tell you, this man right here is a hit-making machine. Chuck Lorre also the man behind "Two and a Half Men," "Mike & Molly," "Dharma & Greg," so many other shows. And somehow -- somehow he`s found the time to put together this incredibly fascinating book, featuring his infamous vanity cards that appear at the end of the show. It`s called "What Doesn`t Kill Us Makes Us Bitter." All the proceeds going to the Venice Family Clinic, the largest medical clinic in the country.

And Chuck reveals to me the secret behind those vanity cards.


HAMMER: What led you to do the vanity cards in the first place? What was sort of that ah-ha moment when you said, "I`m going to pop this up at the end of the show and just get my thoughts out there"?

CHUCK LORRE, TELEVISION PRODUCER: Well, going back decades, writer, producers got this second at the end of a show which was called a vanity card because it had no real merit. It was nonsense. It was given to you in lieu of cash, basically.


LORRE: And when I started "Dharma & Greg," it seemed like a fun idea to just write down some -- some jokes and some odd musings and see if anybody noticed. Because it`s only on the screen for a second.

HAMMER: Right.

LORRE: And people noticed.

HAMMER: The interesting thing is they`re thoughtful, they`re funny. They do make you think and sometimes, well, they speak a truth about things people might not pay attention to.

And one that caught my attention, it was actually in the very first vanity card, and it says, "The laws of karma do not apply to show business, where good things happen to bad people on a fairly regular basis."

And you wrote that long before the public rocky road, we at least observed, with everything that went on with "Two and a Half Men."

LORRE: Uh-huh.

HAMMER: Is -- I mean, is that something to you that was always true in Hollywood? Because I do see that, as well. We report on it.

LORRE: I think as you grew up, you start to recognize that justice and fair play are ideals we`re taught as children.


LORRE: They have no place in the real world generally.

HAMMER: I know. I don`t understand it.

LORRE: The rules of the sand box don`t necessarily apply when you go out into the world where, you know, large amounts of money are at stake, and it can get pretty scary.

HAMMER: You`re driven by what that makes it worthwhile to deal with -- let`s face it, there`s a lot of nonsense in Hollywood.

LORRE: It`s an unbelievable opportunity. TV`s in a great platform to tell stories. It`s an unbelievable, you know, stage to make people laugh, you know, to create a story on an ongoing basis. And -- and how can you not take that opportunity and take it seriously and try and do it, knock it out of the park every week? You can`t, but you`ve got to try. I mean, I can`t take it for granted that I got this shot.

HAMMER: Now, you just signed this new mega, what, four-year deal with Warner Bros television. Does that mean we can certainly expect another sitcom down the line from you?

LORRE: I`m hoping. You know, the point I`m doing this new deal is to stay close to the three shows. I love these shows. I want to stay close to them and do what I can to, you know, keep them as good as they can be.

But I also want to do new things. I want to try my hand at other forms. Maybe something where it`s not two guys on a couch talking.

HAMMER: Right.

LORRE: Maybe, I don`t know, maybe even cable or, you know...

HAMMER: Something in film. Perhaps.

LORRE: Foul language, nudity.

HAMMER: You could go crazy. Just think of the things you could say and do.

LORRE: Oh, my goodness. Twenty-five years of not being able to say those things.

HAMMER: Pent up.

LORRE: Would be on page one.

HAMMER: Ready to go.


HAMMER: I can`t wait to see that movie. Mega producer Chuck Lorre`s amazing collection of his vanity cards, "What Doesn`t Kill Us Makes Us Bitter." Available online right now, and all the proceeds go to his Dharma Grace Foundation, which supports the Venice Family Clinic. It is largest free medical clinic in the country, something near and dear to his heart.

Well, coming up, it could quite possibly be the worst thing you have ever, ever seen or heard in your life. I dare you to try and look away.




HAMMER: She`s serious here. Singing it like she has the voice of an angel. Yes, and she could in bizarro world. It`s the video that can`t be missed.

This can`t be missed either. Honey Boo-Boo and Mama June, from reality TV stars to actresses. If Christopher Walken doing Honey Boo-Boo had you rolling on the floor, you`ve got to see the pageant queen`s big role reversal. But which will come out on top on our SHOWBIZ Countdown tonight, "Did You See This?"



HAMMER: What is Martha Stewart thinking? Yoga pose? Moment of prayer? Maybe she`s cooking up another way to make millions. Well, whatever it is, Martha seems to be deep in thought, so I would love for you to fill in her thought bubble. Tell us what you think is going through Martha`s head right at this moment. Head to with your answer.

Right now, K. Stew gets Trumped. Donald Trump is slamming Kristen Stewart after reports of her reunion with Robert Pattinson.

Also, Megan`s a mom. Actress Megan Fox finally introduces the world to her new leading man.

And Ashton Kutcher replaces Charlie Sheen yet again. We`ve got all the details in "The Buzz" today.


HAMMER (voice-over): Kutcher on top. First comes the show, then comes the money.

"Forbes" just released its brand-new list of the highest paid TV actors of 2012. And Ashton Kutcher takes the top spot. Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men" and also as the highest paid actor on TV.

"Forbes" estimates that Kutcher earned $24 million between May of 2011 and May of 2012. Hugh Laurie and Ray Romano tied for No. 2 on the list with earnings of $18 million each.

Trump`s "Twilight" choice. Donald Trump does not approve of Kristen Stewart. Trump is slamming the actress after hearing that "Twilight" stars Robert Pattinson and Stewart may have rekindled their romance.

Donald offered his love advice to Pattinson on his official Twitter account, tweeting, "Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart. She cheated on him like a dog and will do it again, just watch. He can do much better."

Stewart issued a public apology in July for having a fling with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders.

Megan`s secret bundle of joy. SHOWBIZ TONIGHT can tell you Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green are proud parents to a brand-new baby boy. The couple welcomed the new addition on September 27 but kept the news under wraps.

Fox officially announced the news on her Facebook page Wednesday: "We`ve been very lucky to have had a peaceful few weeks at home, but I would like to release this myself before others do. I gave birth to our son, Noah Shannon Green, on September 27. He is healthy, happy and perfect."

Fox and Green married in 2012. This is the first child for Megan. She`s already a stepmom to Green`s 10-year-old son from a previous relationship with actress Vanessa Marcil.


HAMMER: Moving now to a frozen fail. It`s the incredibly dangerous stunt that turned into a hilarious moment that has gone super viral.

We shouldn`t be laughing, should we? You`re not going to want to miss this or this. It`s "Gangnam Style: Wolverine Edition." Hugh Jackman could poke an eye out doing this. It`s an incredible caught-on-tape moment. But will it top our SHOWBIZ Countdown, "Did You See This?"




WALKEN: The watch.

THOMPSON: Was on your dad`s wrist.

WALKEN: He was shot down.


HAMMER: Right now on the SHOWBIZ Countdown, "Did You See This?" That`s right. Honey Boo-Boo does Christopher Walken in "Pulp Fiction." The pint- size reality star strikes back at Walken spoofing her, by spoofing him. It`s the video you have just got to see.

Plus cannonball on ice.

What the heck was this guy thinking? Didn`t he know this pool was frozen? But will frozen pool guy steal the top spot from Honey Boo-Boo child in our showbiz top five countdown tonight? Did you see this?

SHOWBIZ TONIGHT continues right now.

Welcome back to SHOWBIZ TONIGHT. Thanks for watching. I`m A.J. Hammer.

We`re kicking off our SHOWBIZ Countdown of top five videos that have us asking, "Did You See This?"

With number five, Walken gets the Boo-Boo treatment. That`s right. Honey Boo-Boo just turned the cinematic tables on Christopher Walken in a brand new video where she reads line from his famous films.

Now, Walken first got this whole thing going with the cast of his new movie "seven psychopaths" on the web series the "Screen Junkie Show" on He did this impromptu reading of Boo-Boo`s lines from her TLC`s reality series "Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo." let`s watch that.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: How much weight are you going to lose?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: About 20 or 30.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: When are you going to start?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Tomorrow. If you fart 12 to 15 times a day, you can lose a lot of weight. So, I think I`m going to lose a lot of weight if I`m going to fart a lot.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: There was some broke down people out there, please, women that are of voluptuous size, not all that back jiggle jaggle.


HAMMER: I thought that was perfect. But Honey Boo-Boo and her mother, Mama June, just got their sweet revenge by going on the screen junkie`s show as well and they read Walken`s line from pulp fiction. Let`s watch that.



THOMPSON: Was on your dad`s wrist?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It was shot down, remember.

MAMA JUNE, HONEY BOO-BOO`S MOTHER: He knew if they ever saw the watch they`d confiscate it.

THOMPSON: Take it away. Wristwatch was your birthright.

MAMA JUNE: Birthright.

THOMPSON: Say that, ma.



HAMMER: OK. First of all, that`s one of my favorite movies of all-time and didn`t think it could get better but maybe it just did. That, also, has taken off on You Tube today.

Radio host B. Scott, best known for those popular You Tube video blogs, joining me tonight from Hollywood. Here in New York, Jenny Hutt is here, the host of Sirius XM radio show, "Just Jenny." Great to have you here.

And B, I want to start with you. Boo-Boo or Walken. Who did it better for you?

B. SCOTT, TV PERSONALITY, RADIO SHOW HOST: First of all, let me just say I love me some honey Boo-Boo. Oh my goodness. She`s like a modern day Shirley Temple. And for me I think Christopher Walken did it better. But you know, got to love Honey Boo-Boo. Just pinch her cheeks.

HAMMER: Mad props to Honey Boo-Boo. And look, I`m never wanted to say mad props. I don`t know why I said it just now, maybe because I`m medicated. But what about you, Jenny Hutt? Boo boo`s mom says, by the way, Boo-Boo hasn`t seen any Walken`s movies, you think? I would guess that`s pretty accurate. She did a good job, though.

HUTT: I think she did a great job. I happen to really love the Honey Boo- Boo and Mama June version. I love the dynamic between the two of them. I can`t get enough of Honey Boo-Boo.

HAMMER: I would have liked to see them re-enact the pulp fiction scene with the needle, Uma Thurman.


SCOTT: The fact Walken is re-enacting her shows how big of a cultural phenomenon she really is.

HAMMER: I actually wonder when they presented that idea that Christopher Walken, if he had any idea who the heck Honey Boo-Boo was, because it wasn`t his idea. But let`s talk about a different kind of Boo-Boo. You isn`t seen nothing until you have seen this, number four of the SHOWBIZ Countdown of videos that made us say, "Hey, Did You See This?

All right, move over, Rebecca. I love Rebecca Black, but she may have to hand over that crown for recording what some people have called the worst song ever. You remember this, don`t you?


HAMMER: All right. If you were one of the detractors of "Friday, Friday" let me tell you, this will now look like a masterful opera compared to what I`m about to show you. A singer names G`nesa, at least that`s how I believe you pronounce her name. It`s G-`-N-E-S-A, G` nesa is being called the new Rebecca Black because she just released this brand new video for her single, "Take me Higher, Let`s get wilder." And she promised to her Facebook friends it would be simply amazing. Amazing? I don`t think so. Let`s watch.


HAMMER: All right, Jenny Hutt, I`m going to you first. You`re a musicologist of sorts. In fact, may I say your father one of the greatest music experts on the planet? Worst video there, I say song ever?

HUTT: It is horrific. At least with Rebecca Black we learned the days of the week and what came after Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and then came the weekend. So there was some good with that song. With this, I`m just looking at some girl, and frankly, she`s not that hot. If it were Kate Upton, I`d be like, wow, I get it, but this one, not so much.

HAMMER: You know, there are times when you should use auto tune. I usually don`t believe it in, but there are times. Maybe it was being used. That`s the frightening thought there. A lot of people, of course, panned Rebecca Black`s "Friday" saying that was the worst ever B. But after a while it seems to kind on caught on. And I actually like Rebecca quite a bit. Is there a chance at all the same could happen here with this G`nesa song?


SCOTT: I absolutely love it. Something makes me want to shimmy and shake. He looks like a long lost Kardashian that they are keeping in the basement.

HUTT: Who let her up in?


HAMMER: Why did they let her out is the question we should be asking ourselves.

Let`s move from G`nesa`s bizarre leap into the music world to another bizarre leap into a frozen pool. This comes in number three on SHOWBIZ Countdown. Did you see this? Are you watching? Ouch. That`s no good. Why do you do that? This is ridiculous. It was hilarious but it`s crazy.

This German guy tries to jump into this frozen pool and as you see, it`s frozen solid. And I`m wondering if he had any idea it was frozen solid. But you have to see what happens here as we watch it in full. Charles?



HAMMER: Oh, goodness.


HAMMER: I mean, the camera is shaking so much because his friends are laughing so much. I believe the word (INAUDIBLE) actually applies here. This guy`s outside in the freezing cold just wearing those swim trunks and somehow he thought he had this great idea to go and jump in that pool. This will possibly go down in showbiz history as one of our top dumb stunts of all-time.

Jenny, where should we rank it - rank it on one to ten?

HUTT: I think that if one is the worst, best, I`m going up to one. I mean, on every level this is so humiliating. Forget about the fact he`s in pain and fell in front of his hands, et cetera. It`s cold. That can`t be good in those swim trunks, now can it?

HAMMER: Charles, can encourage you to re-rack that? Can we possibly just take that from the top here, watch the guy posing because he had all this ambition. He was solidly ready to do this. Let me know if you can re-roll this from the very top here. Here we go. We`re going. OK.


HAMMER: I mean, look at him. Very confident. Oh, all is well with the world. Look at me. I`m a stud. In fact, I`m going to pose for you now. Yes, all right. He looked like he was giving us the finger there for a moment. I`m going to pull this off. I`m in good shape. Here we go. And, no.


SCOTT: Wham.

HAMMER: Now, reportedly, by the way, he`s fine. Very lucky guy if you ask me. And it`s too bad he doesn`t speak English because I wouldn`t want to know what the heck he was thinking.

B, what does he remind you of?

SCOTT: You know what it reminds me of? It reminds me of the scarlet takes a tumble video. You kind of see it, oh my goodness, what`s about to happen, then it happens. It is like, you were so crazy. Like who on earth would think about jumping into a frozen pool? But I was kind of looking at his package. There`s like a little bulge going on.

HUTT: What package? What package?

SCOTT: I was having a hard time focusing.

HAMMER: Hold on a sec, guys. What can make us all feel better and perhaps heal him? Charles, dough you ha you have the other video re-racked? Can we just roll it and go backwards in our countdown for just a moment here?


HAMMER: Starting to feel a soothing quality come over me now. See, I found value to the G`nesa video.

SCOTT: That`s my new jam.

HAMMER: All right, you go ahead and do that, B.

Look, as painful as that was to watch, the cannon ball on ice, and the G`nesa video didn`t make it into our top two of the SHOWBIZ Countdown tonight. So now, you`re wondering who possibly could have?

Did you see this? Hugh Jackman as Wolverine going Gangnam style with Psy with his Wolverine blades and all, the whole deal. Looks more like a chopped up style to me, but OK. It is the unbelievable new video from him and, new video of Tom Cruise insisting he`s not a hero.

Which box office superstar will be number one on our SHOWBIZ Countdown? Did you see this? You will want to stand by. Do not move. Do not panic because we are revealing our number one pick, coming up next.



We are counting down the top five stories breaking today that have us asking, "Hey, did you see this?"

At number five, Christopher Walken getting the Boo Boo treatment. TLC`s pint sized superstar Honey Boo-Boo turns the tables on Walken reading lines from his famous films.

At number four, singer G`nesa who just released a brand new video which may have taken over the title of worst video ever.

Number three tonight, the brand new trending video of a guy who jumped into a frozen pool and literally got his butt kicked. What was this guy thinking?

That takes us to number two on our countdown, "Hey, Did You See This?" A brand new take on Gangnam Style. Actually, I couldn`t believe it when I saw it. It`s Psy, Wolverine, Hugh Jackman. Watch with me now as you see bits of the real deal and our own mash-up of Hugh in action.


HAMMER: Hey, we always knew Wolverine was a cool dude, right? Pretty cool there.

All right, sorry, Hugh though, another movie star has got you beat on our SHOWBIZ Countdown tonight, a video that made us say, "Hey, did you see this?"

It`s number one on the countdown, it`s Tom Cruise. Today, we got a whole new look at Tom in action in what is expected to be his next blockbuster film. This is called "Jack Reacher" and we see Cruise playing a former army cop turned vigilante. Watch this with me.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Jack Reacher is a ghost, served in the military police, an investigator, troublemaker, too. And two years ago, he disappears. You don`t find this guy unless he wants to be found.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Excuse me, sir. There`s a Jack Reacher here to see you.



UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You say he shot five people. I don`t believe he did.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: What exactly are you saying?


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: What does an army cop do mostly?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: What you do. One minor difference. Every suspect was a trained killer.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: What do we hope to find?


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: A soldier asks questions no one else would ask. Get the lawyer.



UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Helen, are you hurt?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Do I have to tell you how this works?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Do you think I`m a hero? I`m not a hero.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Lawyer`s all yours.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: On second thought, I`d like to kill you.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: They want me to run. But I`m going to finish this.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You`re a little rusty, Mr. Reacher.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I have nothing to lose.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Now, if you`re smart, that scares you.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: He doesn`t care about the law. He doesn`t care about proof. He only cares about what`s right.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Out of the car.


HAMMER: I love it. That looks pretty amazing. And it`s not really a reach to think Jack Reacher and Tom Cruise will be kicking butt and taking names when this movie hits theaters December 21st.

Well, tonight, it`s Uma`s tongue twisting baby name. Yes, three months after she gave birth, Uma Thurman reveals the seven, that`s right, seven names she gave to her baby girl.

Plus what would you do if you saw a dad keeping his son from playing with toys for girls?


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Would you allow your son to play with a Barbie doll?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I was a kindergarten teacher.



HAMMER: So, would you step in and say something? We`re going to show you what happened when a woman stepped in and spoke to the guy, next.



HAMMER: Uma Thurman finally reveals the name of her baby three months after she gave birth. And this is quite possibly the longest celebrity baby name I`ve ever seen. So please prepare yourself for this. Introducing Uma`s baby, and you need to stay with me on this one. Follow along, Rosalind Arusha Arkadina Altalune Florence Thurman-Busso. Got it? OK.

Now, according to "People" magazine, family and friends call her Luna, probably for the best, right?

So, which stars are doing the best this week? Well, let me tell you, it is good to be Ashton Kutcher. We learned today "Forbes" has just named him TV`s highest paid actor. He made $24 million in the last year, replacing last year`s number one, the guy he replaced on "Two and a Half Men," Charlie Sheen. Which is why SHOWBIZ TONIGHT can tell you exclusively Ashton`s reputation is soaring this week. And`s reputation wrap index, with me from Hollywood tonight, Howard Bragman. He is the vice chairman of

Now, Howard, people clearly have embraced Ashton Kutcher on "Two and a Half Men." They are liking the fact that he`s getting a fat paycheck. Why is this paying off for his reputation?

HOWARD BRAGMAN, VICE CHAIRMAN, REPUTATION.COM: You know, he has a very tech savvy following. He`s one of the first guys on Twitter, millions of twitter followers, and they like this guy. They like his relationship. They like that he`s got a steady job. And they`re very happy for him. And they`re celebrating 59 percent positive. So he`s up in the stratosphere, A.J.

HAMMER: Well, good for him. He certainly is up in the stratosphere making all those tens of millions of dollars. All right, Ashton not the only one celebrating an up week. It is never a surprise when Beyonce has an up week. But it is so interesting to see why. She revealed she`s going to be performing at the halftime show at the Super Bowl. What`s the buzz about this?

BRAGMAN: You know, again, very positive, almost two-thirds positive. Three times the normal buzz she gets. On the only little trickle of negativity is, haven`t we seen her at the Super Bowl before? But if you`ve seen Beyonce perform, her shows are always fresh, always fabulous. And we know she`ll put on a great show at halftime.

HAMMER: Isn`t that funny, people looking for a bad thing to say about Beyonce, oh, haven`t we seen her at the Super Bowl before? That`s all they`ve got.

BRAGMAN: Exactly.

HAMMER: While Beyonce got hired, Kate Gosselin got fired. She is way down this week after being let go from the Web site Now, the CEO says that Kate doesn`t align with the authenticity of the site, Howard. And people seem to agree, 69 percent negative buzz?

BRAGMAN: Horrible. I mean, she`s usually in negative territory, A.J. Let`s be honest. But 69 percent negative, the opposite of the stratosphere being the gutter I would guess. So I think she`s sort of in the gutter reputationally. If you`re not authentic enough for a coupon Web site, you`ve got some image problems, A.J.

HAMMER: I don`t know exactly what she`s going to do.

All right, Howard Bragman, thank you as always. Very interesting.

OK. Tonight, what would you do? A dad denies his son from playing with girls toys in public. Is there anything wrong with that?


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Would you allow your son to play with a Barbie doll? You would?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Yes, I was a kindergarten teacher.



HAMMER: So would you step in and say something to this dad? We`re going to show you what happened when one woman did. That`s next.



HAMMER: Tonight a little boy who wants to play with toys that little girls usually play with. Now, you have probably seen it in the neighborhood, at the playground, even in the toy store. A father who is just petrified that his son would want to play with pink frilly toys for girls, but, if you saw a dad keeping his son from playing with these toys, what would you do?


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I want this then.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE REPORTER: Then there`s this woman. It only takes a second for her to notice what`s going on.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Put it back up here.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: No. Absolutely not.




UNIDENTIFIED MALE REPORTER: Would you allow your son to play with a Barbie doll? You would?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I was a kindergarten teacher.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: And kids, you know --


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: They go through a stage where they like to do that.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE REPORTER: Where they like to play with --


UNIDENTIFIED MALE REPORTER: My concern is, like, he`ll play with the dolls now and then next thing you know he`ll, you know, start to wear, like, pink dresses.


HAMMER: OK. Would you step in and say something? What would you do? We are going to be asking that question starting this Sunday night at 9:00 p.m. Eastern. When "WHAT WOULD YOU DO?" comes to HLN. You will definitely want to tune in to see that.

Tonight, a 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy is afraid to leave her home because her neighbors mocks her walk.

"Breaking Bad" star, the great RJ Mitte, who also suffers from the disease, about breaking the barriers of disabilities, right now, with Dr. Drew.