"Prayer, Patience, Purpose."
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Diana Wehbe is known for her uplifting and positive attitude. Family, friends and fans alike are magnetically attracted to her laugh and "Won't take no for an answer" attitude in her day to day life. She can be heard on 99.1 KGGI in Southern California on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Diana has interviewed, hosted concerts and done voice overs for many reputable Artists, has graced the red carpets of Hollywood events and has received an education at California State University Los Angeles Majoring in Film and Theatre Arts. She can be seen in the upcoming film A Worthy Gentleman, as the co-star "Angelica" in a Romantic-Dramedy. She is currently writing a book based on a troubled time in her life, in which she over-came and turned her life around it is titled The Purpose Project. Generating buzz from the 70lb Weight-loss in 2012... She is currently Directing and Starring in her first Documentray Film titled: The Purpose Project which will coincide with the autobiographical book.
George Lopez Tonight… Literally The LAST Night.
George Lopez Tonight is no longer a TBS entity, as the network has canceled his late night talk show.
To help you better understand why, here’s a Timeline of events:
#1 -First he loses his timeslot to Conan O’Brien,
#2- Lopez Tonight is really “Lopez TOMRW Night” Because he’s REALLY on at .
TBS wouldn’t have been out shopping for Conan in the first place if it had been satisfied with the ratings Lopez was generating it would have fired Lopez and given up on late night talk altogether.
#3 So by taking the gig, Conan actually saved George’s job!
For a lil while at least, Lopez’s ratings have been bad and not even having Conan’s audience before him was helping. TBS had no choice but to cut the show.
there’s the theory that says much of Conan’s audience only sticks around for the first half anyway, and then bolts for the Colbert Report at , meaning Lopez had no chance at retaining them anyway.
#SideNot: don’t blame Conan O’Brien for George Lopez losing his gig. Although if you want to continue to blame Jay Leno for Conan O’Brien losing his NBC gig, feel free