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Living It Up! With Ali and Jack 

Alexandra Wentworth and Jack Ford host various celebrities.
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Alexandra Wentworth and Jack Ford host various celebrities.

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A good show-Wrong time slot!
12 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

I watched the show nearly every day while it was on. At the time Regis was being overly full of himself and I had gotten tired of him talking over people and never letting them answer a question. I thought that it was a good show, but knew it was doomed being slotted against Regis and Kelly. Why on earth they put it in that time slot was a critical error. Ali was kooky and a fresh of breath air, Jack was handsome and had nice character. It is a shame that it was set up to fail from the beginning. I think that it would have done better in a later morning time slot. Anyway, I personally thought that the show was pretty good. The guests were decent and they might would have had better appearance power with a different time slot. Cameron Mathison was also cast well in the job that he did. I do not think Ali is a bad actress, I think that there are certain parts that she does well and she shouldn't venture out of those parts.


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