Saturday, July 4, 2015

Screech was among stranded motorists on Walt Whitman Bridge

Dustin Diamond, better known as Screech from "Saved by the Bell," was among the hundreds of stranded motorists on the Walt Whitman Bridge Thursday due to a peacefully-resolved hostage situation.

Screech was among stranded motorists on Walt Whitman Bridge

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Dustin Diamond
, better known as Screech from “Saved by the Bell,” was among the hundreds of stranded motorists on the Walt Whitman Bridge Thursday due to a peacefully-resolved hostage situation. Paul Perrello from Metro Networks-Westwood One interviewed Diamond about his experience for The Big Talker 1210 WPHT Friday afternoon. Diamond told Perrello he was on his way from Philadelphia International Airport to his South Jersey hotel. He performs at the Broadway Theatre in Pitman, NJ tomorrow. Diamond, who’s currently seen on VH1’s “Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp,” told Perrello he has no interest in following in his former co-star Mario Lopez’s shoes on “Dancing with the Stars,” but he did enjoy when Paul McCartney’s ex Heather Mills, who wears a prosthetic leg, fell during the show.

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