Billy on the Street host Billy Eichner is getting into the literary world. THR reports that Eichner has signed a deal to write his first book, a currently untitled comedic tome about the worlds of comedy and pop culture. "I'm very excited to start writing and I can assure my fans they will love the book more than Shailene Woodley loves Tom's of Maine," Eichner said. "This book is for anyone obsessed with show business, pop culture, social media and lots of other fun topics that fill our days as we hurtle helplessly toward accidents, illness, infidelity and death."
Billy on the Street, which finished its third season in [...]
The season 3 finale of Billy Eichner's Fuse show Billy on the Street airs tonight at 11pm, and here's another sneak peek with returning celebrity contestant Rachel Dratch, who holds on tight to the "Mechanical Bullock" while answering questions about Sandra Bullock — a fantastic actress and a real "gal's gal" if there ever was one.
Here's a new clip from this week's episode of Fuse's Billy on the Street airing tomorrow night at 11:00pm, where Eichner leads celebrity guest Olivia Wilde through a pretty tough game called "John Mayer or Pepé Le Pew?" Wilde also has to defend a very private but saucy remark she once made about her fiancé Jason Sudeikis.
Here's a new clip from Billy on the Street where Eichner destroys a piece of art every time a stranger correctly answers a question about Tyler Perry. Come for the Tyler Perry trivia, stay for the sight of Eichner punching a painting then prancing down the street in a confused rage.
For this week's pre-Easter episode of Billy on the Street, Eichner gives the film The Passion of the Christ the proper 10-year anniversary celebration it deserves — all it takes is a fluffy pink bunny suit, a basket full of eggs, a lot of screaming at New Yorkers, and a deep love for the 2004 Mel Gibson masterpiece.