Entertainment News: josh groban
For fans of The D, this may be the greatest news in the world.
Jack Black and Kyle Gass of the "mock rock" duo Tenacious D have written some new tasty jams and are set to release their first studio album in six years and rock fans' socks off with a tour that will take them across the United States as well as Europe.
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Josh Groban, Jonah Hill, Jerry O'Connell and Derek Hough have been added to the list of people set to help host "LIVE!" with Kelly Ripa following Regis Philbin's departure.
Earlier this week, Jerry Seinfeld became the first star to co-host the ABC daytime talk show since Philbin, 80, left the series on November 18, after some 28 years. A permanent host has not been announced.
Josh Groban is set to appear on the upcoming eighth season of the NBC comedy series "The Office" - the first without Steve Carell.
Groban, known mostly for ballads, including his version of the 2002 hit "You Raise Me Up," has acted before. The 30-year-old, who commands a loyal fanbase made up of mostly teenage and adult female fans, recently starred in Carell's latest film, "Crazy Stupid Love," as pretentious lawyer-boyfriend of Emma Stone's character.
Josh Groban had a little fun with the eccentric Twitter stream of Kanye West during Monday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live." The 29-year-old singer appeared in a comedy sketch which spoofed the 33-year-old rapper with Groban presenting a fake album called, "Josh Groban's The Best Tweets of Kanye West."
Josh Groban's fifth studio album, "Illuminations", was released on Monday and the singer says that most of the songs are about "failed" love.
Groban, 29, dated "Mad Men" actress January Jones from about 2003 to 2006. The crooner, known for songs such as "You Raise Me Up" and "You're Still You", says he is currently single.