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KFC’s New Offering Leaves Twitter Stunned

September 18, 2019 |

Move over, Heart Attack Grill: KFC is pairing fried chicken with glazed doughnuts in meals that may just make your heart and soul glaze over. Called “Chicken and Donuts,” the menu items include a sandwich—a chicken fillet bound by two glazed doughnuts—or, for basket lovers, chicken tenders or…
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KFC’s Newest Col. Sanders Is Pretty Strange

January 28, 2018 |

If you thought KFC couldn’t get any stranger in its choice of people to play iconic founder Col. Sanders, well, the latest is not only bringing “country music flair” to the role, she’s also the first woman to play the man in the white suit. Reba McEntire will take a…
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KFC’s New Colonel Sanders Is Its Strangest Yet

September 7, 2017 |

KFC has been casting unexpected actors to fill Colonel Sanders’ white suit since 2015, and its most recent spokesperson may be its strangest choice yet. MSN reports the new Colonel is none other than Henry Hill himself, Ray Liotta. The Goodfellas actor appears in a recent spot hawking two varieties…
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KFC’s New Colonel Sanders Is Familiar Face

April 21, 2017 |

Part of the fun of watching KFC commercials is figuring out who’s underneath all of the makeup in the Harland Sanders costume. Now there’s a new colonel in town, the chain announced Friday: Rob Lowe. The 53-year-old Parks and Rec actor will be donning Colonel Sanders’ trademark white wig and…
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Meet KFC’s New Colonel Sanders

June 23, 2016 |

KFC has a new Colonel Sanders—sort of. Actor George Hamilton (who, his Wikipedia page notes, “is, perhaps, most famous for his debonair style and his perfect and perpetual suntan”) will play the “Extra Crispy Colonel” in ads for the chain’s Extra Crispy Chicken. “Extra Crispy Chicken is fried to…
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KFC’s China Flap Holds Lessons

January 12, 2013 |

Yum’s troubles with its KFC brand in China raise a thorny question: When do shareholders of U.S. companies need to know about a brand’s problems abroad?
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