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VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Icons William Shatner And Terry Bradshaw Interview With Alexisjoyvipaccess – Tune In To “Better Late Than Never” On 9/13!

9 Sep
Photo Credits: NBC

Photo Credits: NBC

What is at the top of your bucket list? Is it spending a month in Asia and having the most unforgettable, life-changing experiences as what happened to four of the greatest icons in NBC’s incredibly successful, magnificent and extraordinary show, Better Late Than Never? If there is one show that has truly captured the hearts and attention of viewers instantaneously, it would definitely be none other than Better Late Than Never, and how could it not? The show has four of the most stupendous individuals including icons William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, George Foreman, and Henry Winkler, as well as the amazing comedian, Jeff Dye. The show, which has received an outstanding feedback from all viewers and was an instant hit, follows these phenomenal individuals around as they spend time in Asia crossing things that they never even knew were on their bucket lists!

This season has brought us laughter, fun, and a great bonding amongst four of everyone’s favorite people. When you put together an award-winning and stupendous writer, actor and director known as William Shatner, a two-time Super Bowl MVP and legendary football player like Terry Bradshaw, an incredibly skillful and sensational professional boxer such as George Forman and a fan-favorite, spectacular and immensely talented actor like Henry Winkler, with the laughs brought out by the terrific Jeff Dye, only the greatest amount of fun and enjoyment is to be expected from an exceptional show like this.

Now, as the first season comes to a close on September 13th, the men spend their last day during their time in Asia in the beautiful city of Phuket. There, Shatner, Bradshaw, Forman, Winkler, and Dye have a time they will never forget. According to the press release, “It’s the last leg of their trip, and their first stop is Phuket, where the five take part in a wild water fight before celebrating Terry’s 67th birthday.  Jeff takes Terry to get his first ever tattoo, while William and Henry get bent into all different directions with a not-so-relaxing Thai massage.  George takes the gang to watch Thai boxing before stepping into the ring with William, and later, Terry gets serenaded by a special guest at an unforgettable birthday dinner.  Then it’s off to Chiang Mai, their final destination, for a luxurious stay at an amazing hotel. In one of the most moving experiences of their trip, they spend the day at an elephant sanctuary and then visit the women and children of the long neck tribe.”

From getting a tattoo to visiting an elephant sanctuary, it shows how Better Late Than Never has brought four profound and prolific individuals together to share everlasting memories and of course, give viewers one of the greatest and most entertaining shows we all have ever seen. Needless to say, William Shatner, Terry Bradshaw, George Forman, Henry Winkler and Jeff Dye have joined together to create a masterpiece of a show for viewers to enjoy.

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had the greatest honor of interviewing the remarkable and extraordinary William Shatner and Terry Bradshaw. William Shatner and Terry Bradshaw talked exclusively to Alexisjoyvipaccess to reveal the one thing that they would like to cross off of their bucket list in the future and one thing that that they learned during their time in Asia / their show that they would turn back time and teach themselves. Hear what William Shatner and Terry Bradshaw had to say in our VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE interview below. Thank you for the wonderful interview, Mr. Shatner and Mr. Bradshaw – it was such an incredible honor to have interviewed you both!

Check out my VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE phone interview with William Shatner and Terry Bradshaw below and be sure to tune in to the final episode of season one of Better Late Than Never on September 13th at 10/9c!

Follow @WilliamShatner, @TerryBradshaw and @NBCBetterLate on Twitter / “Like” NBC’s Better Late Than Never on Facebook and visit: http://www.nbc.com/better-late-than-never?nbc=1

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