Drew Carey is an unfunny comedian who is the new host of The Price is Right. Those glasses he wears aren't even real, we heard.

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It's game over for Drew Carey and Nicole Jaracz.

The Price Is Right host and his fiancee have ended their nearly five-year relationship. "He and Nicole still have a great deal of love and affection for one another," Carey's rep said.

"He will still be very involved with their son's life."

Drew Carey and Nicole Jaracz

Drew Carey, 53, and Nicole Jaracz announced their engagement in October 2007. At the time, Jaracz had recently graduated from culinary school.

"They are both very happy and excited about their future together," Carey's rep said at the time, adding that no wedding date had been set then ... or ever.

In 2010, Carey dropped 80 lbs., and attributed his significant weight loss to the strong inspiration of his fiancée and her son, Connor, now 6.

Sad news, but we wish them both the best in this tough time.

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And Nicole Jaracz. We can't forget about Drew Carey's fiancee.

But when the rotund funny man is not living it up as host of The Price is Right, Drew Carey is battling for better access to medicinal marijuana.

You've got to love a man devoted to a cause. One besides pork chops.

Teaming up with Reason.tv to take a look at trendy Brentwood, Calif., Carey took his viewers on a tour of the L.A. section to see how easy it was to procure an alcoholic or heavily-caffeinated beverage on every corner. Pot? Not so much!

The federal government is cracking down, Drew Carey says, on something that can treat the effects of cancer, glaucoma, HIV-AIDS, chronic pain and nausea.

While Hayden Panettiere tries her hardest to save the dolphins, Carey is hoping the government will reclassify marijuana so that those who need it can get it.

Maybe he should start writing down some funny Weeds quotes and learn how simple it actually is to score some pot ... or start giving away dime bags in Plinko.

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Drew Carey recently got engaged to Nicole Jaracz, but that's not the only exciting new beginning on tap for the rotund funny man.

With an "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" attitude, Carey has officially assumed Bob Barker's hosting duties at The Price Is Right.

On this particular afternoon, Carey is biding time in Bob Barker's old dressing room before a taping.

Finishing touches are being made on a new dressing room that will be Carey's alone. For years, Bob Barker shared his with The Young and the Restless actresses and talk-show host Bill Maher.

There also are changes to the set, though it would take a most loyal viewer to identify them: a slightly altered color scheme, pastel curtains, a new re-carpeted turntable. Only The Price is Right's legendary Showcase Showdown wheel has been spared any retouching.

Drew Carey isn't wearing his signature black specs, and though he appears more youthful without them, he slips them on as soon as he is on stage. He had Lasik eye surgery years ago but says he still needs bifocals to read prices.

"It really does get blurry," he said.

Unlike his love for Nicole Jaracz. We can only hope that other recently engaged comedians, such as Jimmy Fallon (to Nancy Juvonen) are as happy as Drew.

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Remember Drew Carey? The rotund funny man reportedly has a new fiancée: Nicole Jaracz, a recent graduate of culinary school.

That's a convenient choice. The man can eat! Nicole Jaracz had better be ready to put those culinary skills to proper use!

Drew Carey and Nicole Jaracz

"It will be the first marriage for both. No date for a wedding has been set yet," said a statement from Drew Carey's publicist Christina Papadopoulos. "They are both very happy and excited about their future together."

Drew Carey proposed to Nicole Jaracz October 9.

On October 15, Drew Carey, 49, will officially begin his new game show host gig as successor to Bob Barker as host of The Price Is Right, now in its 36th season.

The Gummi Bear look-alike previously hosted CBS' The Power of 10 and created and starred on ABC's The Drew Carey Show. His glasses are actually just a prop.

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It's a battle of epic proportions.

Literally. These guys are huge!

Jason Davis Mug Shot

Some of our celebrity look-alikes are a stretch. Okay, most of them. But we think we've got something here with this large and gruesome twosome.

We're not calling Jason Davis fat, but let's just say that when his beeper goes off, people assume he's backing up. His nickname is also Gummi Bear.

But the brother of Brandon Davis (a.k.a. Greasy Bear) might have nothing on the former comedian and new host of The Price Is Right, Mr. Drew Carey.

The price may be right for the dude with the prop glasses and famous for The Drew Carey Show, but whatever the scale says in the morning is definitely wrong. So wrong.

Who do you like better, Jason "Gummi Bear" Davis or Drew Carey?

Yesterday, we learned that the Gummi Bear will be attending outpatient detox treatment to deal with a plethora of issues (such as brawling with Perez Hilton), but his rep insists, "Jason is not in rehab. He did not check himself into any treatment. He's not receiving outpatient treatment or counseling."

Clear on that? We're not.

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The Lindsay Lohan drunk driving arrest wasn't the only piece of celebrity news this morning. It was just the funniest and most tragic.

But here's something that may interest game show fans: Drew Carey will replace Bob Barker as the new host of The Price Is Right.

People magazine reports the Cleveland native confirmed his new gig as the host of the CBS game show during a taping of the The Late Show with David Letterman, which aired last night.

Barker retired last month after 35 years of hosting the daytime smash, drawing a slew of replacement contenders including Rosie O'Donnell, Ian Ziering, George Hamilton and Mario Lopez.

Carey heard about the agreement minutes before appearing on stage. He had as much to say regarding it as we do about pics of Megan Fox nude. Some things just leave you speechless.

"When do you begin?" asked Letterman, to which Carey replied: "You got me... All I know is that all the deal points we wanted got settled. And I just found out, honestly."

Carey had a ten-year run on ABC with his sitcom The Drew Carey Show and was host of the improv show Whose Line is It Anyway?

We think Kevin Federline should have gotten the job.