50 Cent’s Best Friend Is His Grandmother
50 Cent’s Best Friend Is His Grandmother
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Daily Shot With Ali Wentworth
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is known for his catchy songs like, “In Da Club” and “Candy Shop,” which have landed him numerous awards and etched him in music’s history. He’s also notorious for his troubled past, growing up in a neighborhood plagued with drugs, crime and violence. The combination made him a perfect candidate for his new gig: mentoring troubled teens on Sundance Channel’s new series, “Dream School.” With 3 million kids dropping out of school every year, 50 says this program removes kids from troubled environments and “puts them in a position where it’s easier for them to focus" and “allows them to just be.” As a mentor to the kids, 50 has the chance to share his personal secrets to success. “The secret formula is developing a passion for something,” he says. “The same behaviors that got me in trouble in the beginning made me a success through music.” When he was able to channel his passions into something constructive, he got noticed. But he didn’t do it all alone. 50 credits his grandma, who raised him, as a role model, explaining that his grandparents did things “the straight way” even though they had nine children to take care of on limited finances. “She’s my best friend, still,” he says of his granny. “Now I take care of her. She took care of me all my life.” To hear the love advice 50 gets from his grandmother, check out this episode of Daily Shot, and watch "Dream School" Monday nights at 10pm on Sundance.
A look back at the greatest moments from this season of "Daily Shot," and a final scene you won't believe.
In this "lost episode" of "Daily Shot," Ali interviews her husband. Things get uncomfortable. Many months ago George Stephanopoulos came into the "Daily Shot" studio for an interview. So why hasn't it aired? While George is famous for asking hard-hitting questions on "Good Morning America," we discovered he doesn't like being on the other side of the interview table, especially when Ali is the one asking the questions. The "GMA" host did his best to be a good sport, but it's clear he wasn't altogether comfortable with his wife's "less formal" interview style or "loose interpretation of facts." That said, if you want to find out how often Ali embarrasses George or see how George rates himself against fellow handsome Greek John Stamos, check out this ... the penultimate episode of "Daily Shot"!
Top Tupperware salesperson Aunt Barbara helps Ali say goodbye with a tribute to the best past canceled shows.
On the new season of "Inside Amy Schumer" on Comedy Central, viewers can look forward to celebrity guests like Paul Giamatti of "Sideways" and "The Hangover Part II," Zach Braff of "Scrubs," Rachel Dratch of "30 Rock," and Parker Posey, among others. But the show's success doesn't mean it's easier the second time around for host and star Amy Schumer. "They gave us less money, so I'm also playing the extras," Amy jokes. Did she hook up with any of the famous guest stars who appear in Season 2? Nope. "I've never hooked up with anyone who could help my career," she says. "I've been sleeping my way down." Amy was quick to dismiss Ali's jealously over her TV success and upcoming movie, "Train Wreck," directed by Judd Apatow. "I'm lonely, and I don't have any time to enjoy my life," she said. To watch Amy play a hilarious round of "Which Is Worse?" with Ali, check out this episode of "Daily Shot."
The cat behaviorist explains what people get wrong about their feline friends. Plus, the most common behavioral problems among cats.
Russian waitress fights off customer after he gropes her
This guy took a selfie every day for 16 years
Dad stops father-daughter dance for a game of catch
The Rock surprises his superfan ‘bestie’ by officiating his wedding
Elderly lady performs amazing dance routine along side beat boxer
Finally, there’s an anthem for people who can’t stop looking down at their phones