Mario Lopez’s delivery-only Mexican restaurant comes to Miami
Actor and host of NBC’s Access Hollywood, Mario Lopez, has launched a delivery-only, virtual restaurant that helps support the community by hiring only local, independent restaurateurs — and it’ll be serving up delicious dishes in Miami inspired by Lopez himself.
Dustin Diamond, Screech on ‘Saved by the Bell,’ dead at 44
Dustin Diamond, who starred as Screech on the ‘90s sitcom “Saved by the Bell,” died Monday just three weeks after a cancer diagnosis, his representative confirmed. “Saved by the Bell” aired from 1989 to 1993, and its related shows included “Saved by the Bell: The College Years,” “Good Morning, Miss Bliss” and “Saved by the Bell: The New Class,” which Diamond starred in as Samuel “Screech” Powers. AdA sequel was launched on Peacock this fall featuring many from the original cast, including Elizabeth Berkley, Mario Lopez, Tiffani Thiessen and Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Former co-star Mario Lopez took to Twitter to say farewell: “Dustin, you will be missed, my man. “Dustin Diamond was a character in and of himself: an unpredictable spitfire who always left us shocked, but never left us bored.”FILE - In this Jan. 24, 2011 file photo, Dustin Diamond attends the SYFY premiere of "Mega Python vs. Gatoroid" at The Ziegfeld Theater in New York.
'Saved by the Bell' star Dustin Diamond dies of cancer at 44
FILE - In this Jan. 24, 2011 file photo, Dustin Diamond attends the SYFY premiere of "Mega Python vs. Gatoroid" at The Ziegfeld Theater in New York. Diamond, best known for playing Screech on the hit 90s sitcom "Saved by the Bell," was hospitalized last month in Florida and his team disclosed later he had cancer. (AP Photo/Peter Kramer, File)“Saved by the Bell” star Dustin Diamond died Monday after a three-week fight with cancer, according to his representative. Former co-star Mario Lopez took to Twitter to say farewell: “Dustin, you will be missed, my man. “Dustin was a humorous and high-spirited individual whose greatest passion was to make others laugh.
Dustin Diamond undergoing chemotherapy treatments for cancer
Diamond is undergoing chemotherapy treatments after being diagnosed with cancer, according to his representative. Diamond, best known for playing Screech on the hit 90s sitcom, was hospitalized earlier this month in Florida. Last week, his team disclosed he did have cancer. (AP Photo/Dana Ferguson, File)Original “Saved by the Bell” star Dustin Diamond has begun undergoing chemotherapy treatments after being diagnosed with cancer, according to his representative. Diamond, best known for playing Screech on the hit ’90s sitcom, was hospitalized earlier this month in Florida.
New this week: 'Saved by the Bell,' Miley Cyrus & McCarthy
(Trae Patton/Peacock via AP)Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. The Melissa McCarthy comedy, her latest with director-husband Ben Falcone ("Tammy," “The Boss"), had been headed to theaters but will instead debut Thursday on HBO Max. —AP Film Writer Jake CoyleMUSIC— Miley Cyrus is ready to rock ‘n’ roll on her new album. The pop star recruited some famous rock stars to help on her seventh studio release “Plastic Hearts,” including Stevie Nicks, Billy Idol and Joan Jett. Everyone wears wear full hazard protection gear as they navigate a “giant house of cards.”— Can you have a “Saved by the Bell” without Screech?
Man shot in neck, dies near halfway house in North Miami
NORTH MIAMI, Fla. A shooting in the early morning hours Thursday near a halfway house in North Miami Police has investigators questioning a person of interest after one man was shot in the neck and died. Boom, boom, boom, Lopez said. The shooting happened around 4:30 a.m. inside a duplex at the corner of NE 6th Avenue and NE 134th Street. He was there (at the building) but it is unclear at this time if he lived there or was visiting, Natalie Buissereth, of North Miami Police department, said. Police focused on a car in the parking lot, which is possibly linked to a person involved in this crime.
Mario Lopez apologizes for 'ignorant' comments about kids' gender identity
"The comments I made were ignorant and insensitive, and I now have a deeper understanding of how hurtful they were," Lopez said in a statement to CNN. In the discussion, Owens brings up what she calls one of the "weird trends" of Hollywood parents allowing their children to pick their gender identity. In response, Lopez asked Owens "please don't lump me into" the group of Hollywood parents of which she was speaking. In a tweet, he said, "I'm disappointed to read @MarioLopezExtra comments about parent's who support their child's openes [sic] about their gender identity. Lopez joined syndicated entertainment newsmagazine show "Access Hollywood" earlier this month after several years as a host for "Extra."