Last night was the Make-A-Wish foundation's annual "So You Think You Can Skate" competition at the Hotel Del. I went representing Star and Jesse Lozano in the Morning and as you can see, I wasn't the most polished performer out there. I did win "Best Comedic Performance" which I think I earned.
Either way I had a great time and was happy to help support the Make-A-Wish foundation.
If you would like to help out the Make-A-Wish foundation, make sure to check out SanDiego.Wish.org.
I've always wondered who would be the better chef, the Swedish Chef or Gordon Ramsay. And thanks to this Muppet short we now know.
This is amazing. Seriously amazing!
Today we had in-studio Make-A-Wish San Diego CEO Chris and Jackson who had his wish granted. They gave us a peak into the great things the Make-A-Wish Foundation does. Take a listen:
I have always had a special place in my heart for the Make-A-Wish foundation and this coming Tuesday, December 10th, I will be participating in an event to help raise awareness for this wonderful cause. “So You Wish You Could Skate” will pit me against some of my fellow media personalities in front of celebrity judges in an epic skating competition.
Now here’s the thing, I have ice skated a grand total of twice in my life. So really this will be me falling around and failing miserable for 2 minutes. Which means entertainment! So come watch me fall! It will be a good time!
It’s this coming Tuesday, December 10th, at at the Hotel Del skating rink. For more information on the event or to donate to Make-A-Wish, visit Sandiego.Wish.org
A few weeks ago I posted some awesome videos an imporv group did recreating some of our favorite movie scenes in real life. Now in honor of Christmas they have recreated the famous tongue on the pole scene from "A Christmas Story" on a Subway. Poor kid had to stick his tongue on a subway pole. Ewww.....
A new trailer for "The Amazing Spiderman 2" was released yesterday and it looks fantastic!!! Can't wait to see this movie!