November 17, 2006 12:02 AM by Joe Reality
Premiering November 17 at Midnight, VH1 and IFILM’s “Web Junk 20,” returns with a new hilarious host and a brand new batch of viral clips of celebrity slip-ups, animated satire, bloopers and everyday people at their most outrageous. Jim Breuer joins the “Web Junk 20″ team for its new season and will guide viewers through the top 20 viral clips of the week.
Breuer has established himself as one of the most outrageous comedians in the U.S., from his four-year stint on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” to starring in films such as “Half Baked,” “Dick” and “Once in the Life,” to hosting his own show, “Breuer Unleashed,” on Sirius Satellite Radio. Whether performing on his revolutionary “Heavy Metal Man” comedy tours, where he is backed by a full band, or bringing his hilarious anecdotes about being a husband and father to life on his “Family Man” comedy tours, Jim has kept fans laughing for more than 20 years,
Also, VH1 and Intel join forces to promote the show’s biggest “Show Us Your Junk” contest yet. A $10,000 prize and a brand new laptop computer powered by the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor will be given to the best user-generated submission. The top 3 finalists will be featured in an episode of Web Junk 20 on December 15th and the grand prize winner will be revealed during the season finale on December 22nd. To enter the “Show Us Your Junk” contest, visit http://www.ifilm.com/showusyourjunk . The submission period begins on Monday, November 13th and ends Sunday, December 3rd. The premiere broadcast of “Web Junk 20″ will air on Friday, November 17 at Midnight*. To be considered for the ‘Show Us Your Junk” contest all video submissions must consist of original content. Visit http://www.ifilm.com for official contest rules and terms.
VSPOT, VH1′s broadband channel will continue to make each show available every Monday following the Friday night broadcast on VH1. For more information on this show, please log on to http://www.VH1.com.
“Web Junk 20″, is a production of VH1; Executive Produced by Rick Hankey, Shelly Tatro and Michael Hirschorn.