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Couple Who Rushed to Dick Van Dyke`s Rescue Speak Out; Plumber Saves British Tourist after Accident; New Revelations about Jodi Arias; One Direction Movie Premiere Attracts Thousands; Interview with Chris Stark; Interview with Tay Allyn

Aired August 21, 2013 - 23:00:00   ET


A.J. HAMMER, HOST: Tonight on the "SHOWBIZ Countdown," today`s "Top Shockers." Dick Van Dyke 911.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Hi there, I`m just calling. There`s a fire -- a car on fire on the 101 South.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I don`t think he`s aware it`s on fire, and he`s still in his vehicle.


HAMMER: Brand-new details about Dick Van Dyke`s dramatic car fire. Tonight we are talking to the couple who helped saved a Hollywood icon.

Plus, YouTube sensations go for gold.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Is this real life?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yes, this is real life.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: OK, now -- OK, now I...


HAMMER: "David after the Dentist" YouTube video tops 120 million views. Now the big Internet stars David and his dad are seizing the moment. So what are their secrets to fame? Well, they are right here to reveal them to us.

SHOWBIZ TONIGHT starts right now.

Hello, I`m A.J. Hammer. Thank you so much for watching. Tonight in the "SHOWBIZ Countdown," we`ve got today`s top three shockers.

And we kick it off with No. 3, saving Dick Van Dyke. Tonight SHOWBIZ TONIGHT is bringing you dramatic revelations about the rescue of the 87- year-old TV legend after a horrific moment on an L.A. freeway that left him trapped in his burning Jaguar when it burst into flames.

That is, until this guy came to the rescue, Jason Pennington, who`s with us tonight from Hollywood with his wife, Kimberly, who was with Jason at the time, and it is a pleasure to have you both here tonight.



HAMMER: Absolutely. So Jason, let`s flash back for a moment. I want you to take me to that moment. You`re driving down the freeway, you see this crash; you see what`s going on; the car is in flames. What made you jump into a burning car? I mean, was it instinct? Did you hesitate?

J. PENNINGTON: Well, actually, it was my wife. I was just driving by, and she`s the one that told me somebody was in the car. And she could see somebody hunched over in the smoke.

And from that point, it was just nobody is around; nobody is stopping. The guy could possibly burn to death. So I just went up that onramp you see in front of the car there, drove up the onramp and ran through the grass there and opened the door and told him he had to get out. And he said he had to make a phone call. He seemed a little disoriented.

And I said, "You really got to get out of the car" and just grabbed him by his arm and pulled him out. I was kind of worried what his reaction would be, and he just smiled at me and he said, "Really, I`m OK."

And I said, "You`re Dick Van Dyke."

He says, "Well, yes, I am. Who are you?"

And I said, "Jason."

And he said, "Nice to meet you, Jason."

I said, "Let`s walk away from the car." Like he was just...

HAMMER: Wow. I can`t even imagine. Now, all right.

So, Kimberly, you`re the one who pointed out that this man, who you didn`t know who it was at the time, was trapped in this car, but did you expect your husband to jump out? I have to imagine it was pretty frightening for both of you.

K. PENNINGTON: You know, I was involved in an accident recently where somebody came to my rescue, and I have to say that you don`t know what somebody is going to do when that moment arises.

And when my husband acted so quickly to come to this gentleman`s aid -- we had no idea who he was -- I was shocked, I was amazed, I was humbled, and I was so grateful to see him take action on somebody else`s behalf the way that that was done for me.

And I still am so moved that he did that. And of course, you know, for it to be -- for it to be Dick Van Dyke and for it to be somebody that all of us Americans love, that was just a bonus on top of it. But it was amazing to me.

HAMMER: You know what`s really cool about that? What`s cool about that to me is the fact that it`s getting so much attention. And, look, it is a dangerous thing to do, and it`s not for everybody to jump into a burning car. But it just -- it really gives an opportunity to highlight the fact that, hey, there are heroes in this world.

Now, you weren`t the only one to notice this accident, because a lot of people obviously did call 911 and reported the fact that there`s this car burning on the side of the freeway.

Let`s listen to a bit of that.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Hi, there. I`m just calling. There`s a fire -- a car on fire on the 101 South.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I don`t think he`s aware it`s on fire, and he`s still in his vehicle.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: And it`s fueling lots of flames, or it`s just smoking or what`s going on?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Yes, I didn`t see the flames but a lot of smoke, and it looks like there`s still someone in the vehicle, and it was definitely engulfed in smoke.


HAMMER: Yes. And obviously, nobody knew that it was Dick Van Dyke in the car.

But Jason, you kind of glossed over this a bit. I need to know a little bit better. You said, "Hey, you`re Dick Van Dyke," but really, what was the moment that it struck you? Were you already pulling him out of the car? What was going through your mind before you even said his name out loud?

J. PENNINGTON: No, what was going through my mind was he was an older gentleman, and when I figured out he was -- he didn`t know what was going on, like people called in and he was still sitting in there, I just grabbed him by his arm and pulled him. I was really worried about that.

And then when he looked up and he smiled at me. It was -- he was definitely 100 percent. I was like, "Wow. You`re Dick Van Dyke."

But even then at that point, I wanted him to get away from the car. Living in L.A., we see a lot of, you know, people in the media and on TV. So it really didn`t sink in until I walked -- I said, "You know, you`re OK. The police are here. I`m going to leave now, shook his hand."

And when I went and met my wife, and I said, "That was Dick Van Dyke back there."

K. PENNINGTON: That was true.

J. PENNINGTON: And it still took a little while.

K. PENNINGTON: Yes. It took him a moment to...

HAMMER: I`m sure. Yes. We`ve got to -- we`ve got to leave it at that, but I`m sure that it was just a stunning, stunning thing all around. And we thank you on behalf of a grateful nation for saving one of our legends.

J. PENNINGTON: Thank you.

K. PENNINGTON: Thank you.

HAMMER: All right. I want to bring in my guest co-host tonight, Natasha Curry. She`s the host of HLN`s "WEEKEND EXPRESS."

Think about it, Natasha. You`re driving down the freeway. You see a burning car. You jump in and rescue the person, and it`s Dick Van Dyke.

NATASHA CURRY, HOST, "WEEKEND EXPRESS: I know. Holly Chitty-Chitty Bang- Bang. I mean, who know? I mean, how many times do you just drive by, like he said. And I`m so glad that Jason and Kimberly stepped in and did something.

I mean, we know this guy from "Mary Poppins" and, you know, movies like that. Can`t ever imagine being without him. It`s amazing that they survived this. I mean, his wife did. Wow.

And A.J., another heroic act and another horrific car accident. That`s next on our "SHOWBIZ Countdown" of today`s "Top Shockers."

At No. 2, Dr. Oz rushes to help a woman in New York who is horribly injured by a runaway cab. It could have turned tragic if it hadn`t been for some real heroism. But get this: the twist here is that Dr. Oz is the first to say that he wasn`t the medical hero of this story.

Here`s SHOWBIZ TONIGHT`s Nischelle Turner.


NISCHELLE TURNER, HLN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): It was like a scene out of a movie.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: He honks his horn, he gets impatient; and he actually accelerates and he hits me. He goes through me, and he goes to the lady and he jumps the curb.

TURNER: One starring a real-life TV star and surgeon.

DR. EMMETT OZ, TV TALK SHOW HOST: We saw this cab on the curb, but there was no one there.

TURNER: A cab driver swerved onto this bus lane Manhattan sidewalk late Tuesday morning, hitting this bicycle delivery man and then a British tourist, severing her leg.

DAVID JUSTINO, PLUMBER: She screamed bloody murder.

TURNER: David Justino, a plumber trained in emergency first aid, removed his belt and used it as a tourniquet.

JUSTINO: I was down there holding it on one thing only, just stop the blood, hold on. And I felt somebody nudge me, and I was a little angry, and I said, "I`m waiting for a doctor."

And I heard, "I`m Dr. Oz."

And I went, "You are Dr. Oz. What should I do?"

He said, "You`re doing it."

OZ: Here are my doctor`s orders.

TURNER: Renowned surgeon and TV personality Dr. Emmett Oz was one of the first responders on the scene, his office just up the block. Oz quickly assisted Justino.

OZ: There was a dog leash and a belt. Amazingly, two mundane things you wouldn`t think of, but they saved her life.

TURNER: This comes on the heels of another incident in Salt Lake City this past weekend where Dr. Oz also came to the rescue of a 53-year-old runner who collapsed during a charity 5-K run after his lungs had filled with fluid.

KEN ROOSA, RUNNER ASSISTED BY DR. OZ: The experience of having Dr. Oz watch over me and care for me was incredible. He came to my bedside, was I mean, so caring. He saved my life.

TURNER: As Dr. Oz assisted in this week`s midtown Manhattan rescue, he says the kudos go to Justino.

OZ: The real hero today is Plumber Dave, who is an average Joe, an average Dave walking along the street but saves her life.

TURNER: A miracle on 49th Street.


CURRY: What an amazing kind of a rescue sort of thing there, A.J. Really classy, too, Dr. Oz, to give the credit to that plumber, David Justino, when he could have just taken all the kudos for himself. I would have believed him.

HAMMER: Yes. Look, it doesn`t surprise me at all Dr. Oz is one classy guy. I like him a lot. He always wants to do the right thing. Nice going. We all appreciate it.

CURRY: I know, right. They were there just in case.

HAMMER: That brings us to our big reveal of what is No. 1 in our countdown of today`s "Top Shockers." Shocking new details just revealed about Jodi Arias. I`m talking things we didn`t know about the chilling story behind her murdering her boyfriend, Travis Alexander.

We will see Jodi in court on Monday. It`s going to be the first time she`s back since her conviction. That`s when a judge is going to set a date for her next trial. That`s going to determine if she gets the death penalty.

Well, these startling new revelations about Jodi come from this amazing new book. It`s just out. It`s called "Exposed: The Secret Life of Jodi Arias." And it is written by my good friend, Jane Velez-Mitchell, the host, of course, of "JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL" right here weeknights, 7 p.m. Eastern on HLN.

Jane, of course, covered every single minute of the trial for us, and congratulations on your new book, Jane.


HAMMER: So we`re going to get to these shockers in just a moment, but first, we all know that this was one trial that was not short on details at all. I mean, we heard everything about Jodi`s sex life with Travis Alexander. We heard about his brutal murder in such detail.

But what amazes me about your book is you were actually somehow able to dig up some stuff about Jodi in this case that really hasn`t been talked about before, and you must tell me how you did that.

VELEZ-MITCHELL: Well, it was really interesting, A.J. I was there in the hot Arizona sun going into court, hearing Jodi Arias lie on the stand, and then I would walk outside court and walk around, and I`d run into Travis` friends, and I would hear a totally different story about the same event.

HAMMER: Wow. Well, I can`t wait to hear some more of the details you revealed to us. I`m going to put you on the spot and have you tell us what you think are the biggest Jodi Arias shockers in addition to that, that you expose in your book, "Exposed: The Secret Life of Jodi Arias." Stay right where you are. We`ll get to that in just a moment.

Also ahead tonight, they are among the Internet`s biggest stars.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I -- I feel funny. Why is this happening to me?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It`s OK, bud. It`s just from the medicine.


HAMMER: I`ve always loved this. The "David After Dentist" video now topping 120 million hits. So what are their secrets to fame? Well, David and his dad are right here to reveal all to us. Also this.


CHRIS STARK, INTERVIEWED JENNIFER ANISTON: With me and my mates, especially the ones who`ve got girlfriends, the girlfriends allow them to have a list, so they have like five names on the list. I just was wondering how it worked with famous ones like yourself. Like, do you have a list of -- do you have a list of normal people?


HAMMER: This is brilliant. The Jennifer Aniston interview that is putting one reporter in the hot seat tonight. Just how awkward did things get? There he is, Chris Stark, the guy behind this buzz-making Aniston interview. He`s right here to tell us.



HAMMER: Welcome back to SHOWBIZ TONIGHT. And tonight in the "SHOWBIZ Countdown," we are digging into our No. 1 "Top Shocker" today, the brand- new revelations about Jodi Arias, just revealed in this fascinating new book, "Exposed: The Secret Life of Jodi Arias."

HLN`s own Jane Velez-Mitchell wrote this book. She`s back with us now in New York. And this includes all sorts of really fascinating new details that we`ve never heard before about Jodi`s troubled life and her relationship with Travis Alexander, the ex-boyfriend, of course, that she was convicted of murdering.

So, Jane, we heard an awful lot about Jodi and Travis`s relationship. We heard an awful lot about their very active sex life. And quite frankly, I thought we had heard everything. But you, Jane, uncovered even more details about that.

JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL, HLN ANCHOR: Absolutely, A.J. On the stand, Jodi Arias presented herself as this meek, submissive woman who went along with Travis Alexander`s kinky sex games and endured it to placate him. I learned it`s the exact opposite. She was the sexual aggressor.

Travis Alexander told his best friend that Jodi Arias was a, quote unquote, "nymphomaniac." And I hope you`re sitting down here. He said that she was capable of anywhere from eight to nine to up to 13 orgasms in a row.


VELEZ-MITCHELL: To me, that says sexually compulsive and certainly, she`s not the one just enduring sex, if that`s true.

HAMMER: Holy mackerel. What did you say, eight to nine?

VELEZ-MITCHELL: And possibly up to 13.

HAMMER: Just want to make sure we have our facts straight here, Jane.

And of course, we got a little insight into some of that when we heard those steamy recordings that Jodi made of her phone sex sessions with Travis. In fact, let`s revisit one of them, shall we?



JODI ARIAS, CONVICTED MURDERER (VIA PHONE): You make me so horny. I seriously think about having sex with you every day. Several times a day. Like how it feels to have your (EXPLETIVE DELETED) deep inside of me.

TRAVIS ALEXANDER, MURDER VICTIM (via phone): Is it wrong that I`m glad that we started (EXPLETIVE DELETED)?

ARIAS: Well, if it`s wrong, then I don`t want to be right. Cause I`m glad, too.


HAMMER: One of the many reasons right there, Jane, why people could not tune away from this trial.

But in your book, you actually reveal something that I found amazing. You`ve got to explain this to me. That very recording we just heard may have been a part of Jodi`s motive in killing Travis?

VELEZ-MITCHELL: In my book, "Exposed," A.J., I make a compelling case that Jodi Arias was using that sex tape to blackmail Travis Alexander. She claims he told her to record it, but really, if he`d wanted to record it, he would have used his cell phone and pressed "play."

So they have an argument right before, nine days before she kills him. And it goes on and on and on. But they never mention what they`re arguing about.

But I learned at one point Jodi Arias wrote that "I`ll call a lawyer." So why would she call a lawyer? Well, it`s illegal to surreptitiously tape someone from California without somebody else`s consent.

HAMMER: Right.

VELEZ-MITCHELL: It`s a two-party state. So she may have been playing a little of that tape to warn him that she`s got it. And he might have turned around and said, "You`re breaking the law."

And then she said, "Well, I`ll call a lawyer."

HAMMER: Got it, got it. And also, speaking to patterns, there`s this other shocker that you reveal in your new book, Jodi Arias. Travis not the first boyfriend who Jodi obsessed over. You tell us about some pretty creepy stuff that Jodi did in her relationship with another ex-boyfriend who testified in her trial.

VELEZ-MITCHELL: Yes. Jodi tried to make it look like, "Well, I got weird after I met Travis." Oh, no. She said, "Oh, my previous relationship was fine. Four years all normal." Au contraire.

I spoke to people very close to that relationship who said it was totally "Single White Female" time, that Jodi Arias tried to assume the persona of Darryl`s ex-wife, dying her hair the same color, getting matching breast implants, getting the same kind of car that she drove around town, working at the very same restaurant, standing behind the same counter. It totally freaked them out.

HAMMER: And when you learned this, Jane, did it surprise you even one bit?

VELEZ-MITCHELL: I`m sitting there listening to this, and I`m like, "I`m glad my tape recorder`s rolling; I`m glad I`m taking notes, because this is mind-blowing."

Yes. It was shocking, but then as I saw the big pattern, everything Jodi Arias said on the stand, the exact opposite is true.

HAMMER: Yes. And it`s so fascinating looking through your book, all the things that we didn`t know. But then you hear it and you read about it, and everything just makes sense.

Well, congratulations, again, on the book, Jane Velez-Mitchell.


HAMMER: So great having you here.


HAMMER: And you must pick up this fascinating book by Jane. It`s "Exposed: The Secret Life of Jodi Arias."

All right. As we move on tonight, we`re dealing with a major frenzy on SHOWBIZ TONIGHT.


HARRY STILES, MEMBER OF ONE DIRECTION: This is just about insight into us as people, first with our families and where we came from, and the fans, most importantly. I mean, none of this -- all of this is because of them, and they`ve made it happen.


HAMMER: It`s crazy out there. One Direction`s Harry Stiles giving us an inside look at his group`s new movie.

Coming up next, SHOWBIZ TONIGHT`s going to take you straight to London for this amazing One Direction movie mania that`s going on.

Also Dr. Phil under fire. Tonight, there`s some brand-new outrage over Dr. Phil`s tweets about drunken sex. Let me just say this for the record: Twitter should definitely come with a warning: "Your words can get you in serious hot water."



HAMMER: Tonight, it`s a SHOWBIZ frenzy. Fans are seeing the hit band One Direction as they have never seen them before.

CURRY: That`s right, A.J. Thousands of fans waited for hours and hours just to get a glimpse of the guys heading into the London premier of their new film, "This is Us."

SHOWBIZ TONIGHT went right to London to see what the fuss was all about. Here is CNN`s Zain Verjee for SHOWBIZ TONIGHT.


ZAIN VERJEE, CNN CORRESPONDENT/ANCHOR (voice-over): They came in the thousands to see their idols. Five guys, One Direction, one massive movie, "This is Us."

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: This is happening.


VERJEE: Directed by Morgan Spurlock, who`s also got a show on CNN, this is the movie which is meant to show the real One Direction, from their humble roots on a U.K. talent show to mega stardom.

STILES: To me, I think, it just shows how connected they are to their fans. I think it shows you how important that relationship is, how real it is. You know, they have done a great job from the very beginning of really having a real one-on-one relationship with them.

VERJEE: The boys themselves also get to pay tribute to the power of their fans.

STILES: You know, there`s only so much of ourselves and how much we chat with each other you can get across social media and a ten-minute interview like this one, so it`s just about insight into us as people, us with our families, where we came from, and the fans most importantly. I mean, none of this, all of this is because of them and they made it happen.

VERJEE: For the tens of thousands of fans who were here, the chance of catching a glimpse of their musical heroes showed their devotion to these One Directioners.

(on camera): Well, the band is gone but the fans are still here and still screaming hours later. For all of them, though, it`s going to be a really special day to remember.


CURRY: That was CNN`s Zain Verjee for SHOWBIZ TONIGHT.

And I totally get the fascination. Harry Stiles with that mullet, who could rock it but him. But A.J., are you on board with the One Direction fan frenzy? Do you lose your voice and scream, too?

HAMMER: I totally get it. I actually worked with New Kids on the Block quite a bit when they were going through that. I had a front-row seat. Lot of fun as long as nobody gets hurt.

All right. From One Direction mania to big buzz tonight over one Jennifer Aniston interview.


STARK: For me and my mates, especially the ones who`ve got girlfriends, their girlfriends allow them to have a list, so they have like five names on the list.

I just was wondering how it worked for famous ones like yourself. Do you have a list of normal people?


HAMMER: So just how awkward did this superstar sit-down get? Chris Stark is the guy who faced off with Jennifer Aniston and he`s right here to tell all.

Plus a scandal of epic proportions involving one of America`s favorite cookies. How much stuff are we really getting in an Oreo double-stuff cookie? The stunning secret revealed.




UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I feel funny. Why is this happening to me?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It`s OK, bud. It`s just from the medicine.


HAMMER: Right now the "SHOWBIZ Countdown," the day`s top contenders for 15 minutes of fame, including the now-infamous "David After the Dentist."

Little David rocketed to stardom after this video went viral, but how are the parents coping as they raise an international viral video star? Well, David Jr. and his dad are right here tonight. They`ve got for us the true story of riding the wave of 15 minutes of fame.

STARK: With me and my mates, especially the ones with girlfriends, that girlfriends are allowed to have a list, so they have like five names on the list. I just was wondering how it worked with famous like yourself, like do you have a list of -- do you have a list of normal people?

HAMMER: Getting famous by making really famous people all in love with you. The incredible viral new interview with Jennifer Aniston by a British radio host Chris Stark. How does he do it? Well, Chris joins us tonight from London to reveal all.

SHOWBIZ TONIGHT continues right now.


HAMMER: Welcome back to SHOWBIZ TONIGHT. Thank you for watching. I`m A.J. Hammer. And tonight on the "SHOWBIZ Countdown," we are counting down the top three people who are on a remarkable ride of 15 minutes of fame. Now, just imagine. One day you posted a video of your kid acting kind of goofy after he got sedated at the dentist, and then, the next thing you know, this becomes one of the most legendary "viral videos" of all time. More than 120 million views as of today. Well, that`s exactly what happened to David Devore, the dad of the YouTube phenom of the iconic "David After the Dentist."


DAVID DEVORE JR.: Is this real life?

DAVID DEVORE: Yes, this is real life.

DAVID DEVORE JR.: OK, now I have two fingers.



HAMMER: And I know my guest cohost tonight, Natasha Curry, watches this video every single day.


HAMMER: Don`t deny it, Natasha.

CURRY: You know I love it, A.J., and, you know, my dad, I used to work with him in the dental office and this is what we did to people. But what`s amazing about the dad behind this video is that he is revealing all the secrets about life after YouTube fame.

AT, at a special series "Generation Overshare," and you can read his incredible story on Now, David Devore`s viral revelations are kicking off our 15 minutes of fame countdown at number three. And wouldn`t you know it, I`ve got David Devore Sr. and Jr. with me right now from Orlando. Guys, thanks for being on the show. So, David, I`ve got a whole bunch of "SHOWBIZ Countdown" questions that I want to get answered here quickly, but first step, I know that putting that video online really has changed your life so much since it was first posted three and a half years ago. How so?

DAVID DEVORE: Well, we`ve -- we`ve had a lot of great experiences with the video. We`ve gotten to travel and do a lot of things that we never could have been able to do with the -- if it hadn`t been for the video. We`ve gone to New York, L.A., Brazil. We`ve just done a lot of fun things.

CURRY: And David, I know that it`s really helped you stay at home as a stay-at-home dad and David, Jr. Does everybody know you as the kid from "David after Dentist" on YouTube? And do you like being a star? What does that feel like?

DAVID DEVORE JR.: Yes, some of them do. And it was most of the time right after everything happened, but now they don`t care as much as they did.

CURRY: Yeah. But I bet it`s kind of amazing to stand out a little bit, and I`m sure that it`s not always welcome attention. But it`s fun to see you all grown up, by the way, and dad, what`s it like raising a viral superstar now?

DAVID DEVORE: Oh, it`s -- it`s kind of -- it`s great. You know, the video aside, David is a great kid, so is his brother, little brother William, who is over here drawing. He`s just a great kid, and we just are really blessed to have him and his brother. So it`s ...


DEVORE: And even with the video just makes it even more special.

CURRY: Yeah, and I would imagine if there is no way that you could have known that you were going to launch one of the most successful "viral videos" of all time. Little David, do you ever regret that moment that you, you know, you guys clicked the upload button and put it on YouTube?

DEVORE: Actually, no, I --

DAVID DEVORE JR.: Yes, you did.

DEVORE: Yeah, I`m the one that did it. Absolutely not. You know, we`ve had some controversy with it, but all in all, it`s been a wonderful experience for our family and absolutely no regrets.

CURRY: Yeah. And I want you to break some news right now if you would here. Answer the question that everybody is dying to ask. It`s kind of personal, but how much have you guys made from this video so far?

DEVORE: Well, we like to keep that a little bit private. We have reported it in the past, but it`s -- put it this way, it`s enough to keep David and his brother in private school and help me to stay home and explore some other opportunities. So it`s -- we`ve been really blessed by it, though.

CURRY: Well, guys, thank you so much. Hopefully it`s enough to pay for college for both of them. Education is so important, you know. Well, make sure you check out ...


CURRY: Good chatting with you. And check out David`s eye-opening story about being the dad of a viral video sensation. It`s part of HLN TV incredible "Generation Overshare" series about the blurred lines between what we share on line and what we keep private.

So A.J., I want to know, would you ever post something like, you know, David after the dentist? I mean because the dad made a pile of money off it, apparently. His kid is a big star now.

HAMMER: No, I probably wouldn`t do that, but what I love is that`s not the reason he did it. It was sort of a byproduct of it. He just wanted his wife ...

CURRY: Yeah.

HAMMER: ... who couldn`t be at the dentist, to see what was going on and here we have them right now. But let`s move on to the guy in our number two spot in our 15 minutes of fame countdown because he`s going to charm you.


HAMMER: Remember, Chris Stark, the sidekick on the British radio show? Everybody called him the awkward BBC reporter when he sat down with Mila Kunis and asked her to be his date at a wedding. Well, that interview just went crazy viral. In fact, as of this afternoon, it`s been watched more than 12 million times on YouTube. Now, Chris is back, he has a new star interview that has also gone unbelievably viral. This time, it is with the lovely Jennifer Aniston. As of today, this has gotten more than 2 million hits. And yet, Chris is still as charming and, quite, frankly, uncomfortable as ever around Hollywood`s most beautiful starts. BBC radio wants Chris Stark with us tonight from London. Great to have you here, Chris.

CHRIS STARK, BBC REPORTER: Hi, mate (ph). You`re right.

HAMMER: Well, let`s get into this, because I`ve got to show everybody, just how you`ve extended your 15 minutes of fame. I want to show the first question that you asked Jennifer Aniston about her new movie where she happens to be playing a stripper.


STARK: Me and my mates went to a strip club in Prague.

ANISTON: How was that?

STARK: It was good. It was an awesome experience because they offered like a steak meal and watched the people dance.

ANISTON: So, you`re eating a steak ...

STARK: It was ...

ANISTON: ... and getting a lap dance or just watching them on stage?

STARK: Yeah, watching them on stage. It`s very different how ...

ANISTON: And eating meat.

STARK: Yeah, and so what ...

ANISTON: It`s very like -- sort of caveman-like, huh?

STARK: It was kind of, yeah, it was very different in how you -- you played, anyway.


STARK: But you were amazing.

ANISTON: Thank you.



HAMMER: Of course, I love it. I mean she was -just playing along with you and look, I know how hard it can be to pick at that first kind of icebreaker question with a celebrity to make them feel comfortable, but did you actually go in meaning to reveal so much about yourself?

STARK: I don`t think I really did. I think what I wanted to do was try and talk about -- you know, because I knew she played a stripper, obviously in that movie, so I almost wanted to tell her a bit about my experience to maybe find out how we could be maybe a bit similar? Because obviously, I thought she, you know, playing a stripper, so maybe she had been to a strip club, and then, to be honest, just my line of thinking was then we`ll tell her about the time you went to a strip club. You know, I think it was more trying to find out how we were similar ...

HAMMER: Yeah, you kind of ...

STARK: ... in the whole thing rather than just telling her about me.

HAMMER: People relate to each other. I totally understand that. And look, I`m talking to you now. We watch you in these interviews and you just seem like a regular guy, and quite frankly, I think that`s why so many people connect you and enjoy watching these interviews. But, of course, there is some people acting. Is the whole thing in act, is it some carefully crafted act? What do you say to those people?

STARK: I loved it -- in all honesty, I`m -- you know, I think -- seriously, I`m nervous talking to you. I`ve heard about this, you know. A few different people saying, is it like a big act? And it`s like, well, no, because I defy anyone to sit in front of Jennifer Aniston and not feel a bit awkward or not feel a bit nervous. And the whole thing with her is that I don`t do many of those interviews. In fact, I`ve done very, very few interviews on my own in that kind of environment where it`s their environment. And it happens that two of them, you know, and I`ve earned -- I`ve probably done three in total, have for some reason got like these millions of views. And it`s lovely, and it`s really humbling. But I`d love to say this is some big act ...


STARK: ... because it would make it a lot easier for me to justify why I may be a bit nervous in this thing.

HAMMER: Yeah. No, I do know, and I don`t doubt for a moment that you`re completely genuine, and I get that you get nervous. But for a nervous guy, you`re still pretty bold. You actually ask Jen if she has a cheat sheet. I absolutely love this. A cheat sheet list. Watch this.


STARK: Something I really wanted to ask you, as like one of the probably most famous, hottest women in the world, is like with me and my mates, especially the ones who have got girlfriends, those girlfriends allow them to have a list, so they have like five names on the list. And the girlfriends don`t mind because they probably will never meet them. I just was just wondering how it worked with famous like yourself. Like do you have a list of -- do you have a list of normal people that you fancy? Does it work like that? Or does that make any sense?


ANISTON: It does make sense. No.



STARK: No list? I had to ask.


STARK: I mean because you are probably in the top five of most guys in the U.K., you know.

ANISTON: Oh, man, that`s very flattering.

STARK: So I think I was looking behind if (ph) Yeah.



HAMMER: Were you hoping you`re on that list, Chris?

STARK: Oh, I don`t know. You never know. You only get these opportunities once, A.J.


STARK: It`s low case. It`s literally you get one chance to do these things so I just went for it.

HAMMER: Oh, you do a great job, and I hope you will never lose whatever it is that makes your interviews the way they are. Chris, great to have you here. Thanks so much.

STARK: Thanks so much, mate.

HAMMER: And stay where you are because we`ve got the big reveal of who is number one on our 15 minutes of fame countdown.

Also, some people think Nick Lachey has such a great voice that he could croon his way through the phone book, right? Well, some fans are going to lose it when they see what Nick does to a Wendy`s pretzel bacon cheeseburger.


NICK LACHEY (singing): That pretzel-burgers too good to be understood.


HAMMER: Oh, yeah. You do not want to miss more of Nick Lachey singing about his burning burger love, and oh, oh, Oreo drama tonight. A startling new revelation about how much stuff is really in double stuff and mega stuff Oreo cookie. The horror!



HAMMER: Now on SHOWBIZ TONIGHT, GEICO`s 15 minutes of fame.


TAY ALLYN: Hey, we`ve been talking for a while and I thought we were cool. (INAUDIBLE). But why didn`t I get your last text? I`m in your contacts. Why didn`t I get your mass text?


HAMMER: Yeah, why didn`t you get your mass text? That is 24-year old Tay Allyn`s viral video for her new song, "Mass Text." Now, Tay is revealing the incredible story of her big transformation and why didn`t she get his mass text. She is in his contacts, after all. I want to bring in our Natasha Curry who spoke with Tay Allyn about how this song actually changed her life.

CURRY: Yeah, A.J., Tay Allyn -- she tops the "SHOWBIZ Countdown 15 Minutes of Fame`s" issue. And imagine living your teenage years pretty much without anyone to call a true friend and suddenly becoming a huge viral sensation because of your song and video about texting. Well, that`s exactly what happened to 24-year-old Tay Allyn. I just spoke with her about her instant fame.


CURRY: Tay, congratulations on your video. The premise we know it`s about a girl who gets left out of a mass text that (INAUDIBLE) that she likes. Is it the case of art imitating art? Did it happen to you?

TAY ALLYN: Oh, my gosh, I mean, completely. I, like many people, grew up, you know, unfortunate-looking. I wore an eye patch for seven years. I was very overweight for most of my life. And forget about mass texts, I wasn`t getting any texts.


ALLYN: So, you know, I think we`ve been through it and it`s exciting now to see everything that`s happening. What I love about this song is it rings true to life. Sometimes you`re not included in a mass text.

CURRY: Girl, I was left out so much, I can`t even tell you. So yes, we definitely relate to this. And you also went to the masses. It makes you stronger and more empathetic, right? You really launched a campaign to raise money for your music video on Kickstarter. Brilliant move there. Let`s watch some of that quickly.


CURRY: It`s hard to watch, you are kind of bummed out in this video, even though your video has had nearly 800,000 views. More than 20,000 people have hit the dislike button on it. Does that bug you?

ALLYN: Well, you know, I can`t attest to that, but it is getting a reaction. And I think that`s exciting. I feel like this song represents the zeitgeist of our times. It shows this demographic and what we`re going through in our mundane, everyday lives.

CURRY: I want to bring in two ladies who know a thing or two about becoming famous. Raina Seitel and Marianne Garvey. They are now starring on Style Network`s new show, "City Girl Diaries."

So, Raina, what is your advice to Tay about extending her 15 minutes of fame here, because she has got something going on?

RAINA SEITEL, CITY GIRL DIARIES: First of all, she is adorable, so I say, date Justin Bieber or George Clooney, and you are golden. No, but in all seriousness, I think you respond to the people who are tweeting at you and on Youtube, all of the followers and the people who do not even like your stuff, respond, tell your story. You have an amazing story to tell. You are completely likeable. We can all relate to that high school dating thing--


MARIANNE GARVEY, CITY GIRL DIARIES: People still do not text us back. It`s crazy. But no, your transformation has been incredible. We are older than you, and you still inspire women like us, like New York City, we go through people not texting us back all the time. My advice, which is like, do not turn into Amanda Bynes, no wigs and lighting driveways on fire. I say just keep up your craft and you will be on Broadway in no time, or like on "Glee" or something. You are so talented.

CURRY: Tay, tell those haters to eat your dust.

Tay Allyn, Raina, Marianne, guys, thanks so much.


CURRY: She is adorable. I get tears in my eyes, like, she was, you know. Think about it, I used to get hung by my pants in the boy`s rest room.


HAMMER: Hold on a second, I`m texting her right now. And you too.

OK, as we move on tonight, Dr. Phil is getting a big lesson in how using social media can lead to a massive, ugly fail. Dr. Phil sparking outrage over a tweet asking if it`s OK to have sex with a drunk girl.


HAMMER: Time for SHOWBIZ hot flashes. This is where we tackle the hottest headlines of the day. And tonight Dr. Phil is getting slammed for tweeting this. "If a girl is drunk, is it OK to have sex with her? Reply yes or no to @drphil with the #teenaccused. Well, as you can imagine, social media just exploded today. Dr. Phil is being accused of being everything from a moron to sexist to possibly being drunk himself. Dr. Phil did apologize. He deleted the tweet and he said he was just trying to get a conversation going about an upcoming Dr. Phil show.

Entertainment journalist and pop culture contributor to "Access Hollywood" Segun Oduolowu is with me from Hollywood. I actually am giving Dr. Phil the benefit of the doubt here, Segun. I think as he said in a statement he was horrified by this, and I believe that. But what do you think? Did Dr. Phil make a mistake or was this tweet sent out intentionally, I don`t know, to perhaps get attention for his show?

ODUOLOWU: I think it was sent out intentionally, and what bothers me the most is the initial message took 95 characters. Twitter allows you 140. So with 95 characters down, he still had 45 characters to text out, this is a real question, not a joke. He could have said anything after his initial tweet with the remaining 45 characters if he really wanted to start a debate or start a discourse, talking about this subject. Which to a lot of people is a very big deal. Underage, you know, drinking and binge drinking in college and things like that, it is a very -- it is an epidemic of sorts, unfortunately.

HAMMER: Yes, it`s an important topic. I`m still giving him the benefit of the doubt, but it`s interesting for you to do the math like that. Let me get to my guest co-host Natasha Curry. She has got another hot flash that I quite frankly find kind of bittersweet, Natasha.

CURRY: Yes, this might make Oreo cookie fans a little sick to their stomachs even. A crucially important study by an upstate New York math teacher reveals that the claims of double stuffed and mega stuffed Oreos are full of stuff. There`s really not much more stuff than you find in the regular chocolate cream filled cookie. Segun, I know you have something to say about this. Are you outraged?

ODUOLOWU: Again, this is another sign that the apocalypse is upon us. If American kids are using like the best and the brightest, the only way we can get American kids to do math is to find out if Oreos actually have the right amount of stuffing, this is just a sign that the obesity -- we are, without a doubt, the fattest nation on earth. There is no better way to teach little kids math or to teach high schoolers or middle schoolers or kids math but to calculate the amount of cream filling. It`s preposterous. Like, what are you doing? It`s nonsensical. Who cares. It`s an Oreo.

CURRY: Yes, it sounds like. You`re outraged. Obviously.

ODUOLOWU: Yes, absolutely.

CURRY: Just for the record, by the way, Oreo spokesman said today that the double and mega stuffed Oreos are the real deal. So, Segun, thank you for your (INAUDIBLE).

ODUOLOWU: No problem. If you`re eating Oreos, you`ve got a big enough problem.

HAMMER: I just eat the chocolate parts. It`s OK.

Now, if you`re totally bummed out about possibly being gypped on Oreos, here is something cheesy and hot to fill your belly and perhaps your soul, Nick Lachey`s burning burger love.


LACHEY (singing): That pretzel burger is too good to be understood.


HAMMER: Just spectacular. A 98 Degrees throwback, Nick serenading Wendy`s new pretzel bacon cheeseburgers. Don`t go anywhere, SHOWBIZ awesomeness is next. This is SBT, SHOWBIZ TONIGHT on HLN.


HAMMER: Time for SHOWBIZ awesomeness, where we reveal the most awesome story of the day. And there is no question about it, Robin Thicke`s "Blurred Lines" has certainly been the song of the summer, and now I do believe we`ve stumbled upon this fall`s hottest tune. Nick Lachey`s hot pretzel bacon cheeseburger love song.

CURRY: Say it. Nick`s velvety voice adds spice to any ballad, so you know Wendy`s, the burger people, asked Nick to sing (INAUDIBLE) that they got praising Wendy`s newest creation. The results? A cheesetastic, over the top viral sensation. Watch this.


CURRY: You know, he makes it sound beautiful. I could use one right now, A.J. I don`t know, I think it`s genius. Nick Lachey did a great job. Good idea for Wendy`s, and I think if they want to take it to the next level, slap on some David Hasselhoff video. Remember him making love to that burger on the floor.

HAMMER: I sure do, I want to go get myself a veggie burger right about now.

Next, Dr. Drew has an update on the teen who was not reported missing for two years. Tonight, the behavior bureau has lots of questions for the parents of Erica Parsons, and that starts right now.