Billy Bush
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Billy Bush
William Hall "Billy" Bush is an American radio and television host. He hosts The Billy Bush Show, a nationally-syndicated radio show that airs throughout the U.S. on Westwood One. Bush is also the primary host of Access Hollywood, a syndicated entertainment-news show. He is also ambassador for Operation Smile.
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Big Ticket: Top Sales Include Billy Bush’s Chelsea Townhouse
NYTimes - 22 days
The sale of the former ‘Today’ host Billy Bush’s Chelsea townhouse was one of the notable closings in the city in January.
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You Can Respect the Presidency Without Respecting the President
Huffington Post - about 1 month
Those who voted for President Trump based on his longstanding campaign promises have not found themselves disappointed in the first five days of the Trump administration. Those fearing Trump's campaign promises find themselves entering into a dire and dim reality that seems unstoppable. In the days since he took office, President Trump has signed executive orders that have begun repealing the Affordable Care Act, revived the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, and he is expected to sign executive orders that will significantly limit the immigration of people from the Middle East. President Trump has likewise lashed out at reporters for accurately reporting issues related to his early presidency. In vain attempts to present what little sensible image his administration has, Trump has ordered a media blackout from the EPA. These actions come after a lengthy election in which the now-president mocked a disabled reporter, degraded a military family, and tapes depicting Trump brag ...
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Topless Protester In Spain Grabs Waxwork Donald Trump's Crotch
Huffington Post - about 1 month
A topless feminist protester groped a waxwork of Donald Trump during its official unveiling in Madrid, Spain, on Tuesday morning. The unidentified woman, who had “grab back” and “grab patriarchy by the balls” scrawled in English across her bare chest and back, reportedly broke through a security cordon to grab the crotch area of the life-sized statue of the U.S. president-elect.  Video footage posted online shows her repeatedly yelling out “grab patriarchy by the balls” in both English and Spanish, while trying to evade detention by an official at the Madrid Wax Museum. Soon after, the woman was escorted away and removed from the building, according to Spanish media reports. It’s unclear whether she will face police action. The Huffington Post has reached out for more information. FEMEN acaba de agarrar por las pelotas a la figura de Trump en Madrid! GRAB PATRIARCHY BY THE BALLS pic.twitter.com/ZMW2AiGHVt — FEMEN Spain- España (@FemenSpain) January 17, 2017 ...
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‘Bushy And The Donald Across America’ Is The Travel Show Of Your Nightmares
Huffington Post - about 1 month
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WILL DUR$T'$ 2016 XMA$ GIFT WI$H LI$T.
Huffington Post - about 2 months
Relax. Now breathe. And repeat. The nonstop madcap insanity has finally reached its red and green holiday crescendo and its all downhill from here. Don't know if it had anything to do with the earth- shaking, democracy- twisting events of November 8th, but people were extra special amplified crazy this particular solstice season. Like frothing- at- the- mouth wacky. Hair- tearing bonkers. Nuttier than the Planters Hospitality Suite at a Flying Squirrel Convention crazy. So while we salute all you stalwart consumers for navigating those Demolition Derby parking lots in the honorable quest of sinking heavily into debt to celebrate the birth of that Jewish hippie kid; anticipating the flash of horror across your face when the bills float in from the mail, let us offer up our annual WILL DUR$T'$ XMA$ GIFT WI$H LI$T. These are the presents that folks presumably did not find under their tree but most certainly deserved. For Vladimir Putin: one of those extra long telescoping leashes ...
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Billy Bush Sells New York Townhouse
Wall Street Journal - about 2 months
In October, after the television personality parted ways with “Today,” the house saw several price cuts and was most recently asking $8.25 million.
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The Top Ten Lies Of 2016
Huffington Post - 2 months
TOP TEN LIES OF 2016 If you thought the deception epidemic of 2015 could not be topped then 2016 took you to school. The School for Liars, that is. Fake news became a thing. The Russians were accused of hacking both parties and supplying WikiLeaks with its best bumper crop ever. The FBI explained itself into a hole. Even Anthony Weiner made a return appearance. This year, from every sphere of human endeavor, we saw liars, we saw lying about lying, and we saw liars calling others liars. We'll be talking about 2016 for years to come: Welcome to the post-truth era. 10. A Red, White and Blue Hot Mess: Ryan Lochte gets held up by a lie. U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, who spent his sports career being Michael Phelps' stalking horse, wanted the fame that had eluded him. He succeeded -- but he'll have to settle for being infamous rather than famous. As we all now know, Lochte and a few teammates went partying in Rio, stayed out late, got drunk, and ended up at a gas station wh ...
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This isn't about my candidate losing, it's about fearing for my safety
Huffington Post - 3 months
This week has been a lot. I don't need to recap it for you, we all know what happened. Instead, I'll give you a walk through of the past 48 hours in my life. I woke up, I put on my equivalent of a pantsuit (dark jeans and blazer) and I voted. I voted blue across the board, which doesn't actually say a lot when there are no non-Democratic candidates in Boston. I went to class, I relaxed and moved through my day because I thought we had it in the bag. I went to the liquor store to buy some rosé and champagne, because I expected I would be popping them early in the morning when CNN called the election for Clinton. I thought we had it in the bag. I went to dinner with my girlfriend, where we continued debating the merits of Sanders versus Clinton because we still disagree on who would be a better president. It didn't cross our minds that this might not go our way until we were home, flipping between channels to watch the returns. It wasn't until Clinton plateaued that we began to w ...
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With President Trump As Top Role Model, Teachers Could Have A Lot of Explaining To Do
Huffington Post - 3 months
Soon after it was clear that Donald Trump had won the 2016 presidential election, if not the popular vote, a friend who teaches high school civics wondered aloud: "What am I going to say to my students?" I've done some teaching myself, and I have been a parent, so I could appreciate her concern. Trump's politics are one thing, and teachers are accustomed to conducting fair and accurate classroom discussions of politics and policies, not that it's easy. A seasoned high school teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area got into trouble the other day for comparing Trump to Hitler, and Trump's plans for immigration bans and mass deportations have sparked campus walkouts in Los Angeles and elsewhere. But Trump has brought more than just textbook issues to class. He has exposed children of all ages to a personal modus operandi that's often contrary to their lessons in citizenship and civility, and to the many signs posted around schools across America -- touting variations on themes lik ...
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Opinion: The FBI, Billy Bush and the Upset of 2016
Wall Street Journal - 4 months
Peggy Noonan breaks down the components that ultimately undid Hillary Clinton.
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Experiencing This Mo(u)rning From A College Campus
Huffington Post - 4 months
As someone who calls herself a writer, my first inclination in this time of tragedy is to write. I use the word “tragedy” because that’s the mood on my college campus. Everything was silent this morning. The student union is usually crowded by 9:30 a.m., with students tabling for various causes, waiting in line to get bagels and coffee, cramming before class, or goofing off with friends. This morning, it was almost empty. The few students wandering through on their way to class barely looked each other in the eye. The bagels were untouched. The coffeemakers were full. I passed through the student union while on the way to office hours with one of my favorite professors. I’ve gone to her office countless times to discuss difficult topics — sexual assault, mental health, an epic LSAT failure — and managed to keep it together. Today, I couldn’t. It felt like nobody could. Students were teary and red-faced. We weeped in the library. In class. In the dining hall. Walking between bu ...
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Donald Trump Had A Hard Time Figuring Out How To Vote Just 12 Years Ago
Huffington Post - 4 months
Despite his abusive rhetoric, history of casual comments about sexual assault and lack of political experience, Donald Trump became president-elect of the United States of America early Wednesday morning.  The news is even more astonishing, considering he couldn’t quite figure out how to cast a vote just 12 years ago. In an newly resurfaced video, Trump and his “grab them by the p***y” buddy, Billy Bush, ride around New York City trying to cast a vote in the 2004 election. “Access Hollywood” aptly called the clip “Donald Trump’s Election Day Disaster” when the show aired it in 2012, which is fitting, considering the current president-elect visited three polling places before finally casting a vote via provisional ballot.  Throughout the video, Trump consistently berates poll workers with threatening language now all too familiar to the American public. Despite that fact that it’s Trump’s fault that he — nor is team — can’t figure out where he’s registered ...
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From Billy Bush to Howard Stern, unlikely media figures in 2016 election
CNN - 4 months
The election is almost over. But for some media figures, the benefits -- and potentially, the collateral damage -- could linger.
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A Reminder That The Fate Of This Election Could Be Determined By Women
Huffington Post - 4 months
When America heads to the polls on Tuesday to choose its next president, women will likely play a pivotal role. A new video, produced by Fusion, explores just how important women have been in this election cycle.  The election has been marred by overt misogyny, but it has also been a historic moment for women. Beyond celebrating the first woman presidential nominee for a major political party, Fusion anchor and special correspondent Alicia Menendez points out that there is more to be excited about: Depending on the results of the election, 2017 might mark the most women-populated Senate in American history. Plus, there are increasing numbers of women in journalism covering the election, and more women donating to political campaigns with bigger donations than ever before.  On top of these accomplishments, Menendez says that the most pivotal role women will play in this election is as voters. “It’s women voters who stand between the Donald and the White House, ...
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The Gropage Report
Huffington Post - 4 months
If experts are correct in saying that Donald Trump needs women voters to win the presidency, the last two weeks have been the worst for any political candidate since the summer of 1988 when Michael Dukakis climbed into a tank and tried on a helmet. This election has escalated way past PG 13, quickly hurdling both R and NC 17, and leaping into "Hands Over Your Ears Singing the La- La- La- La- La- La- La, I Can't Hear You" song. Concerned parents are encouraging their kids to play violent video games rather than watch the news. "Smoke more dope." Every time we think this election has sunk to a new low, the aerodynamically coiffed real estate mogul manages to dig another sub-basement. Think he's trying to tunnel his way to JI- NA. Someone needs to warn them, their sworn enemy is conniving a sneak attack from below. The spike that punctured the most recent bag of sleaze spewing down on us was an 11 year- old videotape from Access Hollywood in which the Don with the blonde frond ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Billy Bush
    FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 42
    Bush had a small role as the voice of a newscaster in the 2014 Disney animated film Big Hero 6.
    More Details Hide Details Bush is also a contributor to NBC's Today Show.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2008
    Age 36
    After the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards of 2008 were cancelled as a result of the 2007–08 Writers Guild of America strike, Bush co-hosted the 65th Annual Golden Globe Awards Announcement press conference with Nancy O'Dell on January 13, 2008.
    More Details Hide Details Bush was named one of Esquire magazine's "10 Men" in July 2005. Since September 13, 2010, Bush has co-hosted the syndicated national daily entertainment talk show called Access Hollywood Live, along with co-host Kit Hoover. This show is a sister show of Access Hollywood, with host chat of hot topics and celebrity live interviews. Both Billy and Kit traveled together to the UK to cover Prince William's wedding to Catherine Middleton, as part of the NBC team coverage.
  • 2007
    Age 35
    In addition, Bush hosted the reality competition Grease: You're the One that I Want! on NBC in 2007, and stood in for Meredith Vieira for a week of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire shows on April 21–25, 2008.
    More Details Hide Details He returned to radio with The Billy Bush Show, a nightly talk radio and entertainment interview show. It airs out of KBIG in Los Angeles and is syndicated by Westwood One. The show is written by Ryan Miller and produced by Corrin Barlow, while Billy Bush and Access Hollywood executive producer Rob Silverstein are the show's executive producers. The show, which airs evenings Monday through Friday, focuses on the top entertainment stories and personalities in the news, and features celebrity guests and listener calls. Bush co-hosted the Miss Universe pageant four times: in 2003 and 2004 with Daisy Fuentes; in 2005 with fellow Access Hollywood co-anchor Nancy O'Dell; and in 2009 with Claudia Jordan. He has also co-hosted the Miss USA pageant four times, with almost the same partners: in 2003 with Fuentes; 2004 and 2005 with O'Dell; and again in 2009, this time with Nadine Velazquez.
  • 2004
    Age 32
    Bush was a reporter for NBC at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, and was the host for Access Hollywood's coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino as well as the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
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    While working at Access Hollywood he was present at high-profile red carpet events including the Golden Globes, Grammys, and Academy Awards, and hosted ABC's live pre-show for the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Academy Awards and the 2006 Emmy Red Carpet Special.
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    He was promoted to co-anchor in June 2004.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2001
    Age 29
    Billy Bush joined Access Hollywood, a daily entertainment newsmagazine, as East Coast correspondent in December 2001.
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  • 1998
    Age 26
    He resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Sydney Davis, whom he married on April 4, 1998, and their three daughters: Josephine "Josie", Mary and Lillie.
    More Details Hide Details Bush is an ambassador for Operation Smile.
  • 1997
    Age 25
    Bush began his career hosting the afternoon drive show on WLKZ-FM in New Hampshire, later moving to Washington, D.C., where he hosted the midday show on WARW-FM. In March 1997, Bush joined WWZZ-FM (Z104) in D.C. as host of Billy Bush and the Bush League Morning Show, which aired until January 2001.
    More Details Hide Details In January 2003, Billy hosted a short-lived NBC prime-time version of Let's Make a Deal. He was also a correspondent for WNBC-TV's Today in New York morning show.
  • 1994
    Age 22
    Bush attended middle school at St. Bernard's School and high school at St. George's School in Rhode Island, and in 1994 he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Government from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, where he was also a two-time captain of the college's men's lacrosse team.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1971
    Born
    Born on October 13, 1971.
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