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Giuliana & Bill Rancic Ready To Try For Baby No. 2: ‘It’s Now Or Never’

Oh, baby! When Giuliana and Bill Rancic stopped by, they revealed they’re ready to try and expand their family! Get the exciting details!

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‘SNL’: Bill Murray As Steven Bannon Faces Off Against Fred Armisen’s Michael Wolff On ‘Morning Joe’

‘Saturday Night Live’ found their perfect Steve Bannon in Bill Murray, who says Logan Paul has future in politics! Here it is!

We’re dying! Saturday Night Live started off 2018 with another sketch poking fun at MSNBC’s Morning Joe! Mika Brzeinski (Kate McKinnon, 34) and Joe Scarborough (Alex Moffat, 35) were sharing their disbelief at President Donald Trump’s, 71, latest bad behavior when a few familiar faces dropped by! Steve Bannon (Bill Murray, 67) and Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff (Fred Armisen, 51) showed up to spar over who saved or ruined who’s career! That’s when Bannon claimed that in fact his career wasn’t over after getting booted from the White House and Breitbart! “I convinced this country to vote for Donald Trump and I can do it again. Already auditioning candidates, got some promising prospect: Logan Paul. Martin Skreli. The Subway guy. Jared Fogle.” Wow! Check out loads more images from season 43 of the beloved sketch show here!

As all real fans know, this incredible ribbing aimed at Trump follows a tradition that has been gangbusters for SNL. The formula is taking the latest episode of the POTUS’s shocking and appalling behavior and giving it a gut-busting comedy turn. Like in early December when Omarosa Manigault, 43, was booted from the White House, SNL made hay of the situation in the Dec. 16 episode. In the sketch, Trump is decorating his Christmas tree with ornaments representing all the staffers that didn’t survive year 1 of his presidency (let’s just say there’s a lot) when out of nowhere there’s a knock on the window! It’s Omarosa (Leslie Jones, 50) begging to be let back in!

And although it wasn’t particularly topical, SNL‘s version of A Christmas Carol designed specifically for Trump was a hit in their Dec. 2 episode! In it, the hammy commander in chief is visited by 3 spirits: Billy Bush (Alex Moffat), Vladimir Putin (Beck Bennett) and last but certainly not least was Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon)!  “Tis I, Hillary Rodham Clinton,” the hilarious actress proclaims after she reveals herself. “You, Donald, have given me the greatest Christmas gift of all. Sexual gratification in the form of your slow demise. You have no idea how long I’ve wanted to say this: Lock him up!”

Mwbuzzers, did you love that sketch? Let us know know in the comments section below!

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Pennywise haunts the dreams of 'It' actor Bill Skarsgård

Even when Bill Skarsgård was done playing Pennywise, the shapeshifting killer clown was not finished with him.

The actor who portrayed the bloodthirsty being in Stephen King’s It says that even after he completed filming the movie, which debuts on Blu-ray today, it was hard to get the creature out of his head.

Pennywise even began turning up in his dreams.

“I liken every character that I do to a relationship that you’re in,” Skarsgård tells Mwbuzz. “Pennywise and Bill go into this sort of relationship together, and I’m trying to figure out who he is and I have to devote so much time and effort to this other person – or thing, in this case – and that goes on for months.”

After living in Pennywise’s shell for so long, it began to warp his attitude in ways even he couldn’t see. “It’s just like being in a very destructive relationship,” Skarsgård said. “People don’t really realize it until they’re out of it. All your friends go, ‘You need to dump this piece of sh—, he or she is destroying your life.’ And then once you’re out of it, you see, ‘I was so miserable.’ But I wouldn’t say I was miserable doing Pennywise because I had a lot of fun with it as well.”

Playing the part just … took a toll.

Portraying a monster is difficult to begin with, but at least with a human character who does monstrous things, there is a glimmer of a soul amid the emptiness. But Pennywise is just another mask for the nameless, shapeless evil known as “it,” which has a manic, bloodthirsty glee.

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“After we wrapped, I was in my childhood home in Sweden, sitting having coffee with my mom at our kitchen table, and realized, ‘Oh, holy sh—, I don’t have to deal with this relationship anymore!’ It was a very quick shift of just feeling better, like, ‘Oh my God, I’m relieved that I don’t have to deal with the darkness of the character.’ I likened it to an exorcism – him exiting my body and getting rid of the Pennywise toxins.”

But after letting the clown into his head, Skarsgård found it hard to push him out.

“I was home, done with the movie, and I started having very strange and vivid Pennywise dreams. Every night, he came and visited.”

Appropriately, Pennywise took on different forms in these visions.

“It was in the shape of either me dealing with him, sort of Pennywise as a separate entity of me, and then also me as Pennywise in circumstances that I didn’t appreciate,” Skarsgård said. “Like, I’m Pennywise and I’m really upset that I’m out in public and people are looking at me.”

The actor is aware there is an evil interpretation to these dreams (Stephen King wrote a whole book, The Dark Half, about a fictional creation that comes to life independently to terrorize its creator), but Skarsgård thinks it was just his psyche’s way of gradually de-Pennywise-ing itself.

“This was a process of letting go of the monster,” he says. “It was amazing. It’s a daunting but exciting thing to sort of revisit him again.”

Of course, Pennywise will be back in the planned 2019 sequel, It: Chapter 2, which will focus on the other half of King’s novel, when The Losers return to the town of Derry for a final confrontation with the creature they thought they defeated long ago.

Skarsgård and the killer clown are separated, but they’re staying in touch in the dreamscape.

“I’m good with it,” the actor says.

For now.

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Hillary & Bill Clinton’s New York Home Catches Fire

Bill and Hillary Clinton’s New York home caught on fire on January 3. First responders headed to the scene upon notice. Here’s what we know…

The New York home of Bill, 71, and Hillary Clinton, 70, caught fire on January 3, 2017, according to TMZ. The Chappaqua Fire Dept., who is on the scene, tells the site that a structure on the second floor of the property appears to have caught fire. It is unclear if the main portion of their home caught fire, or if a smaller structure, such as a garage, went ablaze. There has been no word on if anyone was inside the home at the time it caught fire, or what caused it.

This story is still developing…

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