Zak & Renee
Weekday mornings 6-10 AM.
Top 3 Things You Like To Do In Your Free Time:
1. Play my PS3. usually sports games, to be honest all sports games, lol.
2. Hangout with my kids and wife
3. Watch a lot of sporting events
Top 3 Fave Foods:
1. Chipotle Burritos
2. Liver and Onions
3 Places You'd Like To Visit:
1. The New England area
3. Cooperstown, NY. Home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Top 3 Fave TV Shows:
1. Modern Family
2. Family Guy
3. My Redneck Wedding
A computer simulating the 2013 Major League Baseball season says the Los Angeles Angels have the best chance of winning the World Series this year.
PredictionMachine.com says they've run 50,000 simulations of the season and the Angels have won the title 12 percent of the time. They're followed by the Detroit Tigers (10 percent), Washington Nationals (10 percent), Cincinnati Reds (9 percent), Los Angeles Dodgers (8 percent), Tampa Bay Rays (7 percent) and San Francisco Giants (7 percent).
The site adds, "In the most open season we have ever seen at this point, no team has a greater than one-in-eight chance of winning it all and a total of 12 teams have a better than one-in-25 chance of winning the championship." Naturally as a Reds fan I strongly disagree with the computer. Go REDS!!!!! Opening Day in 19 days!!! -Zak
A baby girl!!! She wants Pop Tarts all the time now, lol.
Snooki is nearly unrecognizable on the cover of Us Weekly magazine after losing 42 pounds.
The reality star shed the weight since having her first child, Lorenzo, last August and is down to 102 pounds. She says, "When you have a baby, everything changes."
The 4-foot-9 star, who shows off her new bod in "revealing bikinis" in the mag, adds, "I lost it for me, but I also wanted [fiance] Jionni to know that I can be hot as a mom."
Mila Kunis recently sat down with the BBC to talk about Oz the Great and Powerful, and after helping the first-time interviewer get through some early jitters, she winds up having the best interview she's ever had.
Looks like Carrie Underwood wouldn't mind an opportunity to go back to reality TV.
Carrie tells Glamour magazine she wouldn’t rule out a chance to judge FOX's The X Factor -- which features her old mentor, Simon Cowell. She says, “I’d never say never. I think I could do things in a very constructive way. But those initial auditions, where you have to say no or tell someone to stop? I don’t know if I could do that.”
Carrie won the fourth season of American Idol in 2005.
Whether they won or not, every Oscar nominee walked away from last night's Academy Awards with an awesome parting gift – a goodie bag with treats in it that cost about $45,000. Here's what's inside those coveted goodie bags: