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A highlight from Kal Penn

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

02:13 min | 1 d ago

A highlight from Kal Penn

"And on, I went to undergrad there and then stayed for like ten years. But this past spring I was working there and it's the first time I lived by the beach. I grabbed an Airbnb in Venice. And I will never not live close to the beach when I'm back in LA it was gorgeous. I was with some Caribbean friends in New York. You know, we've been walking around and looking at other things and it was amazing in the whole thing, and then we finally got to the Hudson. And they suddenly relax and they were like, thank God, like, we didn't know where the city breathed. I got it. Yeah, yeah. Hello, I'm Minnie Driver. Welcome to the mini questions season two. I've always loved priests, questionnaire. It was originally a 19th century parlor game where players would ask each other 35 questions aimed at revealing the other players true nature. It's just the scientific method really in asking different people the same set of questions. You can make observations about which truths appear to be universal. I love this discipline. And it made me wonder, what if these questions were just the jumping off point? What greater depths would be revealed if I asked these questions as conversation starters with thought leaders and trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalized defines love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground to connect.

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A highlight from Are Jen and Ben Happy?!?!?!

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

07:36 min | 2 d ago

A highlight from Are Jen and Ben Happy?!?!?!

"Called in our own world. We'll navigate conversations about anything under the stars, and maybe even pick up a few passengers along the way. Listen to in our own world on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Brought to you by Coca-Cola. There's magic when we eat together. Scandal advice for sugar and spice. It's only been hello, there we go. Welcome to the naughty but nice show. It's Monday. It's the start of a new week. I'm rob shooter. And every Monday idea friend, Garrett, Vogel, from C 100 joins us, hey carrot, are you there? Bobby, good morning. I had to take a week off because I just needed to cleanse myself of all the food that I took in over the past week. I mean, from pies to turkeys to cranberry and can. I mean, I had it all, rob. There was no, there was no plate unturned in my house. It looked great. Do you do it at your house? No, we went to we went to see my sister and brother in law out in Pennsylvania because it was also my wife's birthday on Thanksgiving, go figure she wasn't born on Thanksgiving. It's just her birthday this year fell on Thanksgiving. Right. And she didn't want to cook and rightfully so. I don't blame her. So I did the smart thing. I was like, I can't cook for my life depended on it, rob. So we were like, oh, let's go visit the family, and we've been surprised. The four of us. It's not too. It's for when you rock up, it's a cough. I'm excited. Thanksgiving. Really lovely. We spent it with Bruce's family, but we also spent it with this guy called asy wind, who you might not have heard of. But he is incredible. So I get to see a lot of shows. I talk about them here on the podcast. This is the best show that I have seen all year. He's a magician, and I didn't really want to go. I sort of dragged there, but I knew he was going to be great because David Blaine called mister wind his favor. His favorite magician, Penn and teller, who I love, they called him one of the best magicians they have ever seen. And I got to admit, it is unbelievable. So it's only about a hundred people and you're in this room and it's a circular room and in the middle of the room is a table and he sits at the table and what he does for 70 minutes is on burr believable. Don't you love the fact that you just had to be like kicked in screen? I did not get to get there like straight jacket to get there like throw a temper to tantrums. If you don't be quiet tantrum and you get there and you're like, I shouldn't have thrown this temper tantrum. Honestly, I'm gonna get everybody tickets to this show, as he wind, it's off Washington square park, so it's downtown by the university. And it's a really cool crowd and it's a deck of cards and what he does for an hour is on believable one. Deck of cards. He's very cute though too. I've got to admit, he's cute and charming. And I found it actually very emotional. I almost burst out in tears. I can't describe this well enough, but trust rubber. This is the best show I've seen all year. I think it's better than Hamilton. I thought you were saying rob shooter is if I learn magician magic to the equivalent of this magician. Yes. I might be just as good as him because I already have the looks as well where you have the good looks. I already love you, but if you can. Yeah, it's your charming, your good-looking. It's magic. If you can shuffle some cards and make things disappear, I will marry you. He's brilliant. I'm gonna get all my friends this for Christmas. So if you're listening, don't worry, it's a great gift. It's the best gift I've probably ever given. As a wins, it is circle if you're in the UK. Let's jump in. What time is it, my Friends, and it's two times. Oh, Prince William and Kate are coming to Boston. They're coming to America. And people are pointing out already how different this trip will be, how different they are to Harry and Meghan, it's a three day trip across the Atlantic, and it's full of William to present a prize in Boston. Now, while royal fans were all got our fingers crossed, that while they're in America, maybe. William and Kate could see Harry and Meghan. Unfortunately, the force are not even going to do a Zoom call, let alone be in the same room, so it's not happening. Oh, you're coming to America we're at a town that weekend. It's a bad look. They should figure this out. They're coming. If I went to Britain, even if it was to present an award. If I went to London and I didn't make the trip down to Wales, my mom and dad are on the Welsh border to see my mama bear, I've been troubled. How long is that trip? It's nothing. It's a couple of hours. I've been so much trouble. I wouldn't do it. If I went to Britain, there's no way I would go to Britain. But if your sister was accepting the award. No, I think I'd say Christine too. She's annoyed, but I think it's interesting too. Last time I was in Britain on a work trip, I went with Ashley Simpson, remember her Jessica. She's one of my first crushes. Really she's very pretty. She's a very, very pretty person. So she was doing Chicago. The musical in Britain and as with her to do. All the jazz. Which I love, but I gotta say, it ain't as good as sassy with. I love him. He's my new favorite superstar. I think I like it better than being no longer allowed to say that name in my presence and I learned that I'm not allowed to say his name. He's so amazing. So I was in London with Ashley Simpson and I invited my family up to come and see the show, so I got to do work and pleasure. You can mix both of them. So they're in Boston to present this really prestigious award and now are insider is telling page 6. It just goes to show you how different they are now as royals that William and Kate have a constitutional role and they're working on behalf of others versus being celebrities. So a couple of days after William and Kate give out this award, Meghan and Harry are coming to New York to accept an award, so the crossover is pretty close to a couple of days afterwards they get to come to New York, Meghan and Harry to accept the Robert F. Kennedy ripple of hope award. So they're just going to be like ships, I guess, that pass in the night Garrett. They should make an effort to see each other, shouldn't they? But here's the thing. If they were happening in the same city, that's one thing, but you and I both know. Yeah, Harry is Harry and Meghan are in LA. So with the tailwind and the JetBlue flight price is pretty cheap right now. They could be there and let's just say four and a half hours if they kick the right eye, which we know is not going to happen and then back home without maybe 6. So a ten hour trip to see your brother for maybe about an hour, it's not worth it. Oh, it's worth it. It's worth it do it. I just think, honestly, if I was your publicist here, I'm not. I'd say karma. Or maybe even William and Kate should fly over to California.

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A highlight from David Eagleman

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

03:24 min | Last week

A highlight from David Eagleman

"And my grandfather was born in 1883. I had a proper Victorian for a grandfather. So my grandfather was born in 1879, it turns out. What? Yeah, he was 50 years old when he had my father and my father was getting close to 50 when he had me. That's bananas. It was really interesting being taught to grow tomatoes by a 97 year old grandpa. Yeah. And my mother was always making jokes about are you sure girls are allowed to grow tomatoes? Hello, I'm Minnie Driver. Welcome to the mini questions season two. I've always loved priests questionnaire. It was originally a 19th century parlor game where players would ask each other 35 questions aimed at revealing the other players true nature. It's just the scientific method, really. In asking different people the same set of questions, you can make observations about which truths appear to be universal. I love this discipline. And it made me wonder, what if these questions were just the jumping off point? What greater depths would be revealed if I ask these questions as conversation starters with thought leaders and trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalized to find love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground to connect. My guest today is the neuroscientist and author, David eagleman. I'm not sure I've ever heard a really long conversation with a polymath before. But you sure don't forget it when it's over because, you know, you keep waking up thinking about things they said and it spans everything from quantum spirituality to philosophy to neuro law and science to coffee in IHOP. David writes about the brain and how it constructs perception and how different brains do so differently. And how much that matters for society. Here's among many other things, the executive director of the scent of the science and law, which is a nonprofit that sets out to improve the legal system by importing our knowledge about the human brain, which then gives options for rehabilitation beyond mass incarceration. He's written tons of books and you will read and be astonished by all of them. He said something that I think about a lot. He said he was interested in exploring the vastness of our ignorance. And he said it with this kind of interest and excitement. And without judgment of our human brains, which he also described and I'm paraphrasing, as the three pound meat machine who lives in the dark and basically runs everything. I hope you enjoy

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A highlight from David Byrne - 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'

Awards Chatter

01:40 min | Last week

A highlight from David Byrne - 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'

"Everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 467th episode of The Hollywood Reporter's awards shatter podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is one of the most talented and influential singer songwriters of the last 50 years. And Oscar and Tony winner, he is also a 2019 lifetime achievement award, Grammy winner, and 2002 into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the band for which he was principal songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist from its formation in 1975 through its breakup in 1991. Talking Heads, which is behind two selections on Rolling Stone's 2020 list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Number 364, more songs about buildings and food and number 39 remain in light, and two selections on Rolling Stone's 2021 list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. Number 123, this must be the place. Naive melody, and number 28, once in a lifetime. He has been described by The New York Times as, quote, an underground icon who danced across genres as if they were all part of one vast amplified stage, close quote, and someone who quote has spent his whole career blurring the distinction between pop culture and highbrow art. And Talking Heads have been called by the same publication, quote, the most consistently adventurous band to have emerged from rock's new wave of the mid 1970s, and a groundbreaking ensemble with a knack for hitching off kilter lyrics to postmodern beats. Also noting that they quote dissolve the barriers between disco and rock, conceptual art, and dance pop, close quote. While Time Magazine declared that they, quote, made music that

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Ashley Peterson: An NFL Wife, Model, & Entrepreneur PT2 - burst 01

The BosBabes

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Ashley Peterson: An NFL Wife, Model, & Entrepreneur PT2 - burst 01

"Yes. So actually, so he proposed on the fourth and we were going to be there for like a few days because my dad's birthday is actually almost 6 of July. So we were there and I don't remember how long we stayed, but he proposed on the 4th of July. We did our whole family thing on the 4th of July. We were there for probably a few days. And then we went back to Houston where we were living and the season was about to start. And so I was like, okay, well, I'm not going into another football season unmarried, so we're choosing a date before training camp starts. This is not your typical sports show. It's real, it's wrong. There's a positive pop. You are now Robin with the ball phase. I was definitely more of a print model because I'm only like, I'm right at 5 8. So I wasn't super tall to do a lot of runway. I did do the wrong way. I love runway, but I was no Chanel mon. You know? So I did a lot of print work, though. I did like a lot of commercial work. I

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A highlight from Brooke Shields

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

02:35 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Brooke Shields

"Look for the golden world soccer ball, then pass the ball to fellow fans for a chance to score custom swag. Scan the QR code on specially marked bags of lay's, Cheetos, or Doritos, or visit Frito lay score dot com to join the past the ball challenge. Nobody just necessarily wasn't as if the USB-C 18 plus C was everyday score dot com. I'd like it and you have a great manicure. I'm keeping my hands out of sight. Oh, and I'm getting them done today. They're like little. You know what? I went to high school in New Jersey. I know you will. And by the way, that's a good thing. If it shows in your hands that you grew up in, you went to high school in New Jersey. That's the right place for it to show up. Exactly. Every now and then I just need a little dose. My Jersey years. I also have man hands, so no, you do. Anything that makes them look. I love your hands. They're beautiful. Palm of basketball. Yeah, totally. A friend of mine said, he saw my hands, it goes Christ. He goes, last time I saw hands that big, they had a Super Bowl ring on him. Hello, I'm Minnie Driver. Welcome to the mini questions season two. I've always loved priests, questionnaire. It was originally a 19th century parlor game where players would ask each other 35 questions aimed at revealing the other players true nature. It's just the scientific method really. In asking different people the same set of questions, you can make observations about which truths appear to be universal. I love this discipline. And it made me wonder, what if these questions were just the jumping off point? What greater depths would be revealed if I asked these questions as conversation starters with thought leaders and trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalised defines love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground

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A highlight from Emma Thompson - 'Good Luck to You, Leo Grande'

Awards Chatter

04:49 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Emma Thompson - 'Good Luck to You, Leo Grande'

"Smart wool merino base layers are so comfortable. They're the first thing you'll want to put on and the last thing you'll want to take off. No matter where you're at or where you're going. Because feeling good is the best way to keep you doing you. Smart world base layers, the most essential versatile and comfortable clothing for anything. Anywhere. Shop base layers or find a local retailer at smart wool dot com. Smart wolf go far, feel good. Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 466th episode of The Hollywood Reporter's awards chatter podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg, and my guest today is a British actress and screenwriter who is the only person who has ever won Academy Awards for both acting and writing. In addition to those two Oscars, the former for 1990 twos Howard's end and the latter for 1995 cents and sensibility, she has also won three Bafta Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, one Emmy Award, and one critic's choice award, with her other credits, including 1990 threes the remains of the day and in the name of the father, 1990 8s primary colors, 2003s love actually, and for TV, the limited series angels in America, 2004s Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban, 2006s stranger than fiction, 2007s Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, 2009s and education, 2013s saving mister banks, 2017s the meyerowitz stories, 2019s late night, and this year's good luck to you, Leo grant. All of which might explain why the 2018 citation in which Queen Elizabeth II made her a dame describes her as, quote, one of Britain's most versatile and celebrated actresses. Why Vanity Fair has said she, quote, redefined our image of female stardom close quote, why interview has called her, quote, the rarest of cinematic talents, close quote, and why the observers Mark kermode once said, quote, she's up there with the great. I mean really great. British female performers. I'm talking, of course, about Emma Thompson. Over the course of our conversation, which Thompson recorded from her London home after being honored at a luncheon by the UK Critics' Circle, the oldest association of critics in the world, for her services to the arts, and at which she gave a speech about the impact of film critics, the 63 year old and I discussed the origins of her pursuit of acting and of her deep and passionate feminism. The peaks and valleys of a long career as a woman in the business, why in Sophie Hyde's good luck to you, Leo grin, she agreed to play a retired school teacher who was recently widowed and hires a sex worker to help her finally experience an orgasm, plus much more. And so without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Emma, thank you so much for joining us on the podcast. Great to have you. And on this podcast, we always begin truly at the very beginning and always ask where our guest was born and raised with their folks did for a living. I know that in your case, it sort of was in the genes, right? It sort of was in the genes. I was born to parents who were what my dad used to call jobbing actors, they had come from respectively quite interesting homes. Nothing to do with the arts, moms was sort of more clergy and it was Scottish and I suppose you would call it middle class, although Scotland's not the same really in our class system. So they were not well, they didn't have much money. And her mother was one of 7 children. A fascinating background, actually. 5 girls all had red hair and who all went off to Australia because they were going to immigrate. And on the journey, which was in 1915, on a big ocean liner, every single one of the girls got telegrams saying that their fiance had died in the First World War. So extraordinary kind of to think, you know, how close that background, how close that history is to our family. And my father, born in rural England in Surrey, to a very poor family, my grandmother, who was a scullery maid, she'd left school at 13, and at the interesting part of her story was that she went to work with a childless couple who lived on the coast, and when the zeppelins came over during the First World War, the wife would leave, and the husband

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A highlight from Pete Ain' t Lyin

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

07:46 min | 2 weeks ago

A highlight from Pete Ain' t Lyin

"Brought to you by State Farm, like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Scandal advice for sugar and spice it's not even but nice hello, I will never know. Welcome to the naughty but nice show. I'm rob shooter and it's Monday, which means the idea friend Garrett Vogel joins us, hey Garrett, are you there? Rob shooter, yes, it is, I do not be a fooled by the mustache that I am growing. What inspired the new stash? Well, it is November, so it is movember as they call it or no shave November. So I'm kind of going a little bit of both because just the mustache alone, I look like Ted Lasso. Yeah, he is. And you know what? People start calling me that and I start going into the Midwestern English accent of y'all. Y'all go out there and play some football. I felt Garrett you look great. Hey, I went to see something like it harder than music or over the years. How was it? Now, I can't review it because it doesn't open. Oh, it's one of those. Did you enjoy, did you enjoy it though? I love it. Did you have fun? I love a fun experience. I loved it. Laughed out loud. If you like the movie, you're going to love the musical. Those actors and actresses, my goodness, 8 times a week, they work their bottles. I can't imagine. I do want like when I did the school play as in fiddler on the roof at school. By performance number three, I was a little over myself. I have trouble eating the same thing like twice in a row, you know? Like 8. Yeah, they do it. They're fan. Tastic, I can't wait for it to officially open in a couple of weeks. The buzz is already out there, so I'm not saying anything nobody here. Everybody knows it's a monster hit. Now it's just a question of how big a hit it will be. If I was you and my friends here on this show, I'd get your tickets now because once it opens and it gets that new York times and all those fabulous reviews Garret you know what it's like you can't get in. Oh yeah and you're paying times three of the normal prices for the ticket. By them now my Friends hey let's jump into our show, which you certainly can get right now. What time is it my Friends? It is tea time. Okay, so Aaron Carter's controversial unfinished memoir has now been delay following backlash from Hilary Duff's if you're a member. His memoir was going to be rushed out. Now in a press statement, they are saying that it is being delayed. It's not being scrapped. It's still going to be coming out just not this week. So at first, they were really capitalizing on the fact that he had just died and then we're going to rush at this book. The other side of this though is a journalist had been working with Aaron for over three years to get this story out. So the book is almost done. It's not totally finished. It was meant to come out next year. They were going to rush it out. I think wisely, they're not rushing it at this week, but this book is coming out. And I could go either way on this Garrett, part of me thinks, oh gosh, this is so tacky, this feels so creepy. Part of me thinks they worked on this. He wanted this book to come out. It's not like they're publishing his diary. He knew what he was doing and so he's got an incredible story to tell and if this story helps one two three people who struggle with substance abuse, maybe it's a good thing. Where do you fall on this? It's a complex one. If it's about recovering and getting better, yes, but Aaron, when he was alive, was known for kind of stretching the truth from time to time. And I could see this becoming very messy if the book is what he thinks about his brother or celebrities. It is. Exactly. And so then we're getting into a state's being sued and as we learned over the weekend, he doesn't have a will, so it's now the court, like it's just going to become a very messy situation. I feel bad for I feel bad for the author that was three years into it. But I think proceed with caution. Right. Let me tell you some of the things that reportedly are in the book. So why Hillary Duffy so upstairs? They used to date and allegedly in the book. He talks about him taking her virginity, also in the book, he talks about a creepy sleepover at Michael Jackson's house where the pop star was only wearing his underwear. Now, these scandalous salacious celebrity biographies, I normally eat this stuff up. I really do, I gotta be honest. The difference is he is no longer with us. And now it feels like something slightly different. There's something about it. I can't quite put my finger on it. I understand why people are upset about this. I understand why it is being delayed, but we want to know what you think about this. Should this book be released? Should Aaron Carter's controversial unfinished memoir ever be released? Hey, go vote on our Twitter page. Or our Facebook page, nordy Garcia, and be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results, hey, Garrett, working on that. All right, well, I mean, a court of public opinion already knows he's guilty, but Alec Baldwin is looking to clear his name in a new lawsuit against the rust armor crew that resulted in the death of the cinematographer halyna Hutchins, just it feels like so many years ago, it was about a year ago, right? So Alec Baldwin, you know, he wants to clear his name. It wasn't his fault. You know, it was everybody else, but his pretty much, but at the end of the day, you know, court papers were filed pretty much just saying, hey, his Baldwin's attorneys, Luke nikas, and Robert M Schwartz, very attorney esque names right there. And when you hear those names you say automatically think, oh, those are attorneys right there. They said that it is owed a duty to those on set, including Baldwin to keep the set safe, meaning the armors that were supposed to say, hey, this gun is good to go. There's no, there's no live ammo in it. It's all fake, blah, blah, blah, and of course we know how the results of those went. Everybody out there, even though, even though Alec Baldwin might clear his name in this case, the whole idea of what happened still results back to Alec Baldwin. You know what I mean? No one knows the name of an armor. No one knows the name of an associate producer. The man who literally pulled the trigger, so no matter what Alex does legally declare his name, the court of public opinion, I think we'll always look at him as the guy who pulled the trigger. He pulled the trigger. I mean, he did do it, but I would want to know why were there live bullets? And Alex did not put those bullets there, so I really think here he wants to get to the bottom of it and often the only way to do that is by taking legal action. Now we should point out that the Santa Fe counter district turney could pursue criminal charges against Alec, that has not been decided yet also too. I don't think that could come. It's too messy of a situation, you know? Find out who put the bullets in the gun at least in that report. Like, they have investigated this. I want answers, and I think the family is owed answers here. And if it takes a lawsuit to get those answers, then so be it, but you are right, Alex name is always always

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A highlight from Simon Pegg

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from Simon Pegg

"Dressed as lady Diana. I just say, you know, I thought that was a sort of demure innocence about you when you came in. It was so funny, my friend was at my house and she was like, why are you wearing a Victorian nighting? Out of the house. And I was like, all right, lots of people are wearing these and you're all the rage. They're not. People look like they seem to be a ghost. Here's to those places haunted. Hello, I'm Minnie Driver. Welcome to many questions season two. I've always loved priests questionnaire. It was originally a 19th century parlor game where players would ask each other 35 questions aimed at revealing the other players true nature. It's just the scientific method really. In asking different people the same set of questions, you can make observations about which truths appear to be universal. I love this discipline. And it made me wonder, what if these questions were just the jumping off point? What greater depths would be revealed if I asked these questions as conversation starters with thought leaders and trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalised defines love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground to connect. My

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A highlight from Jerry Bruckheimer - 'Top Gun: Maverick'

Awards Chatter

04:31 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from Jerry Bruckheimer - 'Top Gun: Maverick'

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 465th episode of The Hollywood Reporter's awards chatter podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg and my guest today is a producer of film and television who is one of the more fascinating and to some degree polarizing figures in Hollywood and has been for decades. The Guardian has written quote to those of tender sensibilities he is the devil incarnate, the man who helped destroy the movies and an architect of our cultural stupid, but to those who sit in Hollywood's counting houses, he's a man with his finger, plates at squarely on the movie going audiences, collective clitoris. He is money, close quote. Indeed, Playboy called him the most successful producer in history. Variety submitted that he is the only man in the business today to become famous strictly as a producer, and The New York Times said he could well be the most influential producer working today. And with credits including the following films to say nothing of his many hits on TV, it's hard to argue. Flashdance, Beverly Hills cop, Top Gun, bad boys, The Rock, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, Black Hawk down, the Pirates of the Caribbean and national treasure franchises, and most recently, a sequel 36 years in the making. One of the first movies since the outbreak of COVID to bring people of all ages back to movie theaters in large numbers, Top Gun, maverick, which, 6 months after its release, is still playing in theaters, is 2022s highest grossing film by far with nearly $1.5 billion taken in at box offices around the world. Has received rave reviews. It's at 96% on Rotten Tomatoes and might well Garner a first ever Oscar nomination in the category of best picture for my guest. Jerry Bruckheimer. Over the course of our conversation at his Santa Monica office, the 79 year old and I discussed how advertising led him to producing. His roller coaster partnership from 1982 through 1995 on high concept films with the late Don Simpson a pair of The New York Times called the top producers of the 1980s and the Los Angeles Times described as the kings of commercial cinema, making movies in which style was substance and audiences left the theater buzzing from adrenaline rushes. What led him to bet when others wouldn't on directors like Paul Schrader, Michael Mann and Michael Bay, and on stars, including Johnny Depp, Nicolas Cage, and Tom Cruise, plus much more. And so without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Jerry, thank you so much for doing the podcast. Great to have you on this one. We begin right at the very beginning. Can you share for our listeners where you were born and raised in what your folks differently? I was born in Detroit, Michigan. My dad was a salesman. My mom was a housewife. And I'm first generation, both my parents came in the 30s from Germany to avoid the war. And it was a pretty humble upbringing, right? I mean, from what I could gather reading, there were not a lot of money lying around. That's for sure. Yeah. I could stretch my arms out. It both walls and my bedroom. Really? Yeah. Only child, what were your, I guess, a big thing, it sounds like that happened pretty early on that maybe has shaped everything since in a way. You have a generous uncle. Is that fair to say? Yeah, I had a number a couple of them. And one of them had a gift for you. Yeah, camera. He gave me a camera. And I was about 6 or 7 years old and we have pictures of me with that camera hanging around my neck when I was very young. So I started taking photographs right away. And was that something that you thought as time went by, you could do something with beyond a hobby, or when you go off to college, your major was psychology, right? That's right. That's right. So in a minor in algebra and sociology, how far away can you get? Just the education and the confidence it gives you by going to college. You feel you can take anything on. Yeah. So at the time you graduated, what did you think you were going to do with the rest of your life? And it never clue, not a clue. I applied to some advertising agencies when I got back to Detroit. And ended up in a mailroom for an advertising agency called McManus John and Adams in those days.

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A highlight from The Queen and Tom Cruise

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

02:27 min | 3 weeks ago

A highlight from The Queen and Tom Cruise

"On the streets of the lower bottoms. Last season, we got to know some local characters who made us smile, made us cry and made us think. Former FBI agent bola Rhodes discovered her best friend was involved in the police shooting of her twin sister, and who could forget shante. Found herself ensnared in a most vicious scheme, a little desanto, Devon didn't die that night. Chante, you better watch your back, for you may be the next victim on the bottoms. Listen to the lower bottom season one and two. Right now on the iHeartRadio Apple podcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. How did the online harassment of a Saturday Night Live comedian paved the way to a Trump White House? Or how did people in Georgia use Facebook to run a black teacher out of town? And what does any of this have to do with our democracy? The answer is the Internet. They're all instances where women were targeted by an online hate mob. And this kind of thing has been steadily creeping from our computer screen into our wider political landscape. I'm Bridget Todd, and on my new podcast, Internet hate machine. I'll be charting how the harassment and abuse of women and other traditionally marginalized people online has led us to our current political healthcare. And what we can do about it. Listen to Internet hate machine on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Hey, I'm Joel Stein. I want you to close your eyes and imagine a pocket watch. It's moving from side to side. You're getting very sleepy. Great. Now that I've hypnotized you against your will, you're going to start liking long form journalism, like so much. You're going to listen to a podcast where the host interviews a writer about their long form story every week. I'm that host. Listen to story of the week on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Here in the last archive, I've been trying to figure out what happened to truth. I've been telling stories about how we know what we know. And why it seems sometimes lately, because if we don't know anything at all. But I am done with the problems of truth. I want solutions. This season of the last archive is all about common knowledge. Is that kind of knowledge still possible? I tried to find out. Coming soon. Listen to the last archive on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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A highlight from Julia Samuel

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

04:51 min | Last month

A highlight from Julia Samuel

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A highlight from Colson Baker (aka Machine Gun Kelly) -  'Taurus' [LIVE]

Awards Chatter

01:42 min | Last month

A highlight from Colson Baker (aka Machine Gun Kelly) - 'Taurus' [LIVE]

"You very much for being here for the 464 episode of the Hollywood reporters awards shatter podcast, which we are very happy to be recording here at the scad Savannah film festival. My name is Scott feinberg. I'm The Hollywood Reporter's executive editor of awards and the host of this podcast. We are thrilled to be working with the festival and very thrilled to have the guests who we have with us today. He is best known for the music he's made under the name Machine Gun Kelly, which includes four Billboard Top ten albums since 2012 debut studio album lace up 2015s general admission and two that hit number one, 2020s, tickets to my downfall, and 2022s mainstream sellout. The New York Times recently called him quote the jester prints of a new wave of pop punk close quote. But he has also racked up an impressive list of acting credits under his own name for directors, including Gina prince bythewood, Cameron Crowe, susanne beer, and Judd Apatow. The most recent of which and perhaps the most acclaimed of which is 2022s Taurus, a film in which he plays a self destructive rockstar, which had its world premiere at February's Berlin film festival, screened at April's Tribeca Film Festival, and will be screening here at the scad Savannah film festival, this evening. En route to being released and select theaters later this year. It has earned him at the age of just 32 this year's scouts of NFL festivals, discovery award. And is the beginning, I'm sure of many more great things. So would you please join me in welcoming to Savannah, mister Colson

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A highlight from The Scary Halloween Show!

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

05:25 min | Last month

A highlight from The Scary Halloween Show!

"It's not just the Monday show. It's the Halloween special. I mean, Kelly and Ryan dress up. I mean, The Today Show dresses up. You and I dressing up. I mean, you look fabulous. Who are you wearing? Who are you? You look like Buffalo Bill today from sucker to the legends. I'm just wearing a T-shirt and I'm in my closet, but I am on TV in a little bit, but I'm not in studio. I'm zooming in, so I thought about it Garrett, is it too much if I zoom in in full Halloween drag? Or what do you think? Tis the season. I mean, it's like doing an interview on Christmas and not wearing a Christmas sweater. And you know what I mean? It's quite a serious topic though, too. I'm talking about Kanye West and I don't want to look like little Bo PEEP and talk about that would be perfect. You dressed up as bob talking about Kanye and the craziness that is his life would just, I mean, that sums up Kanye. It's crazy. It's crazy. I'll let you know tomorrow if I do it. Hey, let's jump into the show. What time is it, my Friends? It is. T times the big story at the top of the show over the weekend, gisele and Tom Brady finalized their divorce and I fans think that she is shading him in the announcement so eagle eyed social media users you know who you are. Notice that the supermodel had a very specific word choice in her statement and what is making them think that something's going on here is all the rumors that Tom chose football over their marriage. She said the following. My priority has always been and will continue to be our children. That's the very first thing she said. He put out a statement slightly different from hers and that people think that there is some sort of dis, some sort of shade here. What I did find interesting is in my experience, and I did this for a long time as a publicist. I did the breakup of J.Lo and Ben, their first breakup, let's hope there's not another, and I did the Nick and Jessica. What happens in my experience is that both celebrities put out exactly the same statement at exactly the same time. It's all coordinated. They didn't do that. They both had their own statement, she led with the children. What do you think? Oh, a 100%. I mean, this goes back to march. So when Tom Brady announced his retirement, everyone thought, okay, they're going off into the sunset. See you later. Here's $500 million from Fox Sports to work one day a week. And then he obviously missed football very much two weeks later, he comes back and here's the interesting thing. I think that part in March, it was the beginning to the end of that relationship. Because he took two weeks off in the middle of the summer, which was a rarity for him as a sports player, you know, getting ready for the season. But a few sources of mine. You're not the only one. They were working out there divorce deal in that two week time period he had off in The Bahamas to just, you get this, you get that. That's why, you know, as of Friday, the divorce was finalized. You know, normally, as you know, and I know, it's very long and drawn out, but they pretty much have been working on this since Tom decided to go back to football, so at the end of the day, no matter how you look at it, football was the problem. Well, football, so interesting, so a lot of people are saying, this is so rare. This is unheard of that their divorce is done. They're single already. So I think a lot of people think that they announced they were breaking upon Friday now on Friday. They announced it was over, so behind the scenes, they had already worked at Custer D, Alamo split in the assets. So on Friday, all a judge had to do was approve it. There's no negotiations now. They have been done. I think this is a really smart way to do a divorce. God forbid we don't like divorces. We want you to stay together, but if this does happen, I think that if you can sit down together and not spend all that money on lawyers or publicist fighting with one another and you come to a deal, a fair deal. I think that's the best way to go, obviously, in a lot of cases, there's so much anger that people want revenge and vengeance. That isn't the case here. I'm told it's a pretty much a clean split. Well, yes, and but the other interesting thing is that things like this, like Tom Brady's announcement of retiring from football got out there. The fact that this was able to fly under the radar for what a half a year almost, which is a rarity in our world, rupture, as you know. Credit to them and you know what? I think it was because they went off to The Bahamas. They did it there, and then people started putting pieces together like, you know, giselle's not living with him. She's not, she's not tweeting out, you know, good luck this season, blah, blah, blah. So people, people were pretty much like 6 months behind that. Yeah, they were already in front of me. Yeah, yeah, yeah, it's so, so clever. She is going to continue living in Miami my insider say he's going to remain in Tampa and this weekend he was spotted out with the kids taking them to a movie, which brings us to our poll question of the day. Fans think giselle shaded Tom Brady in the divorce announcement. What do you think? Yes or no? Was there a little bit of shade there?

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A highlight from Madison Cunningham

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

07:07 min | Last month

A highlight from Madison Cunningham

"Of hi-c? Hello, I'm Minnie Driver. Welcome to the mini questions season two. I've always loved priests questionnaire. It was originally a 19th century parlor game where players would ask each other 35 questions aimed at revealing the other players true nature. It's just a scientific method really in masking different people the same set of questions. You can make observations about which truths appear to be universal. I love this discipline. And it made me wonder, what if these questions were just the jumping off point? What greater depths would be revealed if I asked these questions as conversation starters with thought leaders and trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalized to find love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground to connect. My guest today is musician and songwriter Madison Cunningham. At 25, she is one of the youngest guests I've had on my show. But you wouldn't know it from the wisdom and sort of old soulless that radiates not only through the lyrics she writes, but also in the way she speaks. And whether she's performing solo or sharing the stage with some of folk music's biggest names, Madison's musical talents are really not to be missed. I love hearing a songwriter describe the world in their own words. And it was delightful hearing Madison's perspective on my questions. I really hope you enjoy our lovely conversation. What person place or experience most altered your life? I would say music has been the thing. I think touring the country and the world was the thing that very much challenged my worldview and my line of thinking because I was immediately met with or I should say my opinions were met with experiences. And that changes everything. You can have thoughts about the way you think life should be or the way you've known it to be, but then when you actually experience life and open yourself up to other people's experiences, your opinions on things drastically change. And I remember the first tour I ever did, I was opening for Chris thee, and the punch brothers, and we both had a really similar background, like both grew up in the church. We were both homeschooled the whole way through and I don't know many people who had a similar story like that. We just were talking on the bus and I just was asking questions and I just will never forget one thing that he said to me. He's like, you're 21 now and I was like, yeah, and he was like, yeah, things are going to change for you. And he wasn't arrogant or like condescending or anything. It just was like, he was coming from a place of sincerely sympathizing with me and going or empathizing maybe and being like, I know exactly what you're saying. And I understand it completely, and why you're asking these things, but also it's going to change for you. I just know it. And he was right. And I don't even remember exactly what I asked him, but I remember the place that it was coming from. And I was very just fearful. I just, I just was nervous and scared and I felt I was experiencing impostor syndrome too. So I always say the music in a way saved my life and I think made me the person that I am because it just immediately challenged me and caused me to open my eyes and touch the world in a different way. Did you write different music before music became your I don't want to use the word escape, but maybe your evolution out of that first part of your life. Did you write music while you were still within it and then did you write your way out of it? Yes, and yes. And what was that music like? Do you have recordings of it? What was it like? I feel like I'm still very much that person I always had a curiosity of breaking musical rules. I really, really enjoyed that and just had a curiosity around that. But in terms of writing, my lyrics were very stale and they didn't show anything. They just told everything. I have a bit of embarrassment around that phase of writing that. There was a whole record that I did that had all of the songs on it, which is since been taken down. And again, musically I'm very proud of that record, but thematically and lyrically I just felt that I was showing my age. I think I wrote my way out of it. I had a friend who had sent me a book. Have you ever read the book writing better lyrics by pat Pattinson? No. God I want to read it. Yeah, you should, it's within the first three chapters you get his point and that's just enough to change you into inspire you and the rest of the book's great too, but he goes on this whole tangent about object writing and sort of how to write from your senses. And that really teaches you how to write and metaphor and to incorporate imagery and that phase, I was probably 18 when I read that book and I just remember that my writing started to take a turn because I would think about those exercises and his whole thing is like you write on an object using your senses, you write every day, but it can only be for ten minutes. So when the timer goes off, you have to be done. It doesn't matter if your thought was finished or not. And it's all about teaching the brain to dive deeper in a shorter amount of time. So just when I did that and kind of went full force with that exercise, I really feel like that's when I started to write songs that I was proud of and could get behind now. How great, that's really cool. I want to check that book out. It's incredible. From the first page or just reading the way that a writer writes. It's so inspiring. I think you totally dig it. What question would you most like answered? I think this is really on the nose, but I would love to know if there was an afterlife or not. I don't know if everybody feels that way. But for me, it's like that would maybe help things in terms of the way that we grieve. It's like, will we see that person again? I don't know. Did you have a spiritual upbringing? I totally did. I did. Yeah, and so much of my young adult life has been shedding all of that. But also coming back to it in different ways that I can't sort of help. I guess that question was planted in me as a kid, but there was always an answer for it. There's always like, yes, there is. There is the hope of that. And now I still have that question, but don't feel like I have an answer. And there's a mystery to that. There's a mystery that I've become totally comfortable

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A highlight from Adam Sandler - 'Hustle'

Awards Chatter

05:14 min | Last month

A highlight from Adam Sandler - 'Hustle'

"For corn, delivers visibly clean fields for up to 8 weeks, they were a bit skeptical. We'll see how it works. So we decided to prove it. We set up cameras in multiple cornfields, treated them with tribal and filmed for 24 hours a day. For 8 weeks, we saw a variety of weather conditions and try Volt worked. See for yourself at trifold in action, dot com. Trifold is restricted use pesticide, consult your state pesticide regulator for specific restrictions, read and follow pesticide label directions. Hi everyone and thank you for joining us for a very special 463rd episode of The Hollywood Reporter's awards chatter podcast. I'm the host, The Hollywood Reporter's executive editor of awards, Scott feinberg. And for those of you tuning in as opposed to joining us here in this beautiful setting, we are recording this episode in front of an audience of film lovers at the Newport Beach resort and spa as part of the Newport Beach film festival. My guest today is an actor and comedian who has been appearing on screens big and small for 35 years and who I have loved ever since I was a kid and he was first making his name on TV Saturday Night Live and in films like Billy Madison, happy Gilmore, the wedding singer and the water boy. Over the decades since he has continued to pump out hilarious comedies that inevitably prove to be blockbusters at the box office. While also showing other sides of himself, it admired dramas like punch drunk love, reign over me, the meyerowitz stories, Uncut Gems, and this year, hustle, which Netflix began streaming on June 8th, in which he plays a basketball scout who discovers a generational talent abroad, and for which he has received some of the best reviews of his career. Now 56, The New York Times has called him, quote, one of the biggest movie stars in the world, one of the most famous comedians alive, and the modern inheritor of the legacy of Jerry Lewis, The Guardian has stated quote there's a strong case to be made for him being the most successful Hollywood star of all time. Not of the past 25 years, nor our generation of all time. And to that point, New York magazine has noted that if you account for inflation, 18 of his films have grossed more than $100 million worldwide, which is a higher tally than Ben Stiller, Jim Carrey Will Smith at Tom Cruise. But beyond that, he's turned out to be a really formidable actor. And like the Newport Beach film festival, which will be recognizing him with its performance of the year award. I think that's something worth noting and celebrating. So would you please join me in welcoming to the stage, mister Adams Sandler. up, everybody. You all look good. Well, on this podcast, we try as much as we can in an hour to cover the whole highlights of life and career of our guests. So to begin with, if you don't mind, where were you born and raised in what did your folks do for a living, Adam? It's a good question. We're from Brooklyn, New York, my yes, this Brooklyn people here. This feels very Brooklyn, doesn't it? Hello, Jackie. That's my wife over there. She escorted me down here. We had a nice trip talking. Listening to music. I had to wear the mask though. My parents both Brooklyn people. My father was an electrical engineer. And my mom was a nursery school, or is, or she was. She's still alive. My father passed away, but she was a nursery school when we were little. Now, what sort of comedy did you consume as a kid? Was there anyone who really meant a lot to you? Yes, yes. The Marx brothers in my house were a big deal. Jerry Lewis, you mentioned before, loved him. I remember this terrible story, but my grandpa passed away. And I was laying in bed on the day of the funeral and everyone was coming from New York to New Hampshire where we lived. I was laying in bed, watching a Jerry Lewis movie, and my uncle drove in 5 hours to the funeral. He knocked on my door and I was like, best friends with my grandpa. And my uncle said, how you doing, buddy? You okay? Like checking in on me. I go, yeah, Jerry Lewis. Watching Jerry Lewis, and he goes, I mean about grandpa I go, oh yeah, you're not. Jerry Lewis took me out of that pain. So I guess there was a nice connection. Absolutely. Well, I know the question that comedians always get asked is where are you the class clown? But I actually research into you has led me to learn that it wasn't so much in class that you were you were the clown who was actually in movie theaters, right? Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, I used to scream at yes. I had a movie theater when it was packed with people and I was with my friends and the lights were turning down, then I would scream something out and if it got a reaction that felt very good. Now,

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A highlight from Michelle Yeoh - 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'

Awards Chatter

05:47 min | Last month

A highlight from Michelle Yeoh - 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'

"John's bay, which will live Arizona in the main tunnel uno. JCPenney. 6. Hi everyone, and thank you for joining us for the 462nd episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. Scott feinberg, the host, and I am recording this episode as I don't need to tell the people in the room, but this is for our listeners in front of an audience of students at Chapman university's Dodge college of film and media arts, where I'm very proud. To teach part time. My guest today is a Malaysian born actress who has been in the game for nearly 40 years. She has been described by NPR as, quote, the leading lady of Hong Kong's action movies, close quote by GQ as, quote, one of the most physically gifted actresses alive, close quote. And by the Irish times, as quote, surely the greatest female action star in cinema history close quote. Exactly 25 years ago, mainstream American audiences were introduced to her in the James Bond film tomorrow never dies, in which she ushered in a new era of Bond girls who could kick ass and take names themselves. And over the years since she, too, has shined in movies made all around the world, including crouching Tiger hidden dragon, sunshine, the lady, Crazy Rich Asians, and this year, everything everywhere all at once, directed, directed by the Daniels for a 24, a breakout hit at the box office, which has brought her the best reviews of her career and could and should bring her some well deserved overdue awards attention later on in the season. But today, what we are going to discuss is all of the above and much more and then we are going to take your questions. And so without further ado, would you please join me in welcoming to Chapman one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people in the world for 2022 and an actress and movie star for all time, the great Michelle Yeoh. Thank you. Wow. Thank you. Michelle, thank you so much for coming to Chapman and doing this and great to see you. I had the privilege of interviewing you 11 years ago when you were promoting the lady and a lot has happened in the years since a lot happened before that. We're going to cover it all. But as we always do on this podcast, can we begin by just asking you, where were you born and raised? And what did your folks do for a living? Okay. Hi. I'm Michelle Yeoh. I was actually born Yoo king. And I was born in ipoh perak, Malaysia. All right, I'm going to give you the number 1962. Yes. It's a big, big year this year. Yes, very big. Yes. Oh, and my parents. My dad was a lawyer. wonderful, mother, housewife. Now, at the age of 15, you moved to London for what reason. I actually went to England, landed in London because I wanted to study ballet. And in fact, you did that there at a very prestigious place, but not long after being there, got a bad break, some bad news of sorts. Can you tell us about why you went there and what happened there? So ever since I was a little girl, I always wanted, I loved dance. I lived in the world of ballet and ballerina. That was a dream. Having one day my own school and teaching little girls and little boys, this great love of mine, which was ballet. So the best place to do it was in the Royal Academy of dance in London, and also the sister school, which is in Chester, which my father thought was much more appropriate since I was only 15, 16 years old. London wasn't exactly the best place to be in. So I went off to England and I had the best time really seriously. You know, classes started 9, and I was dancing. I was in the world of ballet. I was dancing all day, and then would go to night classes to do all levels. Like a normal student would. And unfortunately, by my second year, I came back a little late to class, and that was the worst thing you can do as an athlete or a dancer, is that because once class starts, you have to warm up sessions, and then you go straight into the brutal lifestyle of what it takes to be a ballerina. And because I was about two weeks late, I skipped the, I missed, I didn't skip. I missed completely the warmup Sessions, and went straight into full blown classes. And by the end of the week, I literally was crawling up the stairs because I had pulled a bad muscle.

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A highlight from Graham Norton

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

07:35 min | Last month

A highlight from Graham Norton

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It's a key to understanding your health when the new season you'll hear me and 22 other podcasters and influencers discuss what genetics taught us about ourselves and how that knowledge can impact the way we live our lives. Listen to my episode out now on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you get your podcasts. The thrill of forging your own path is powerful. Nissan is bringing that thrill to our community in collaboration with the black effect podcast network to create the thrill of possibility a community impact program and summit, curated to support HBCU students and science, technology, engineering, arc and mathematics, or steam, and introduce them to exclusive opportunities. Nissan is committed to creating opportunity for the whole community and ensuring that black excellence is a part of the new future of automotive. For more information about this program and how to apply, visit black effect dot com slash Nissan. There's been a dog snoring throughout most of this. Has Douglas been snoring. Yes. I remember you did our podcast and you were talking about your mom and it was really moving and lovely. And then you could just hear this. Crying. He was so wonderful. And I don't think it was empathy. I don't think he was going, oh, miss driver. Miss drivers speaking so movingly. I think he's just thinking, I'm bored. I want out of this room. Oh, let me out. What's happening? I remember your word by that. It's so funny. I like dog interruptions very much. It seemed quite disrespectful. I think that's entirely in keeping with dogs. Hello, I'm Minnie Driver. Welcome to the mini questions season two. I've always loved priests questionnaire. It was originally a 19th century parlor game where players would ask each other 35 questions aimed at revealing the other player's true nature. It's just the scientific method really in asking different people the same set of questions. You can make observations about which truths appear to be universal. I love this discipline and it made me wonder, what if these questions were just the jumping off point? What greater depths would be revealed if I asked these questions as conversation starters with thought leaders and trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalised defines love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground to connect. My guest today is the polymorphous wonder that is Graham Norton. Graham is perhaps best known for his chat show the Graham Norton show. For the 8 books he has written for the radio shows he presents in the UK and on and on and on because the thing for me that makes him so known is this extraordinary wit and spirit that just runs through every single thing he does. I can't tell you how many times I've been on his show over the years, but it's quite a few and I will tell you that chapters can really be a bit uphill. But I long to go on his show because I have never laughed so much in my life. After you've listened to this episode of my podcast, please just Google funny race horse names, the Graham Norton show, and you will see me genuinely crying with laughter at the hands of a merciless Graham. It's quite hard to become a national treasure in the UK, but Graham is one, and everyone knows it. I always feel better for having talked to him and this interview right now proved to be no different at all. Where and when were you happiest? I do know this, but I always kind of think I remember when I was a kid, there was a peanuts cartoon. I loved peanuts when I was a kid. But it's kind of weirdly deep for kids. I think it's Charlie Brown and Lucy, maybe talking, trying to balance someone else talking, somebody saying, you know, in every life, one day will be happier than all the other days. On the other little child is going yes. And then the first child goes, what if you've had it? And as a child, you know, that sort of blew me away. Because that's just seemed the saddest thing in the world that if you're 11 and you've had your happiest day, the rest of your life is lived out not as good as that. So I think you've got to live your life assuming your happiest days to come. I think that's very smart. Oh my God, it's so existential peanuts, isn't it? Yeah. That is so deep for a little children's cartoon. And it hit me to my core. That just seemed like meaning of life level of revelation. Happiest day might have happened. The answer to your question is I had a wedding weekend this summer in Ireland. Your wedding. My wedding. Yes, my wedding. We got married already, but we had this weekend. And you know, there were party planners and there was this going to happen. This is going to happen. People were flying in. But of course, then the airports were all messed up, COVID was still around. You know, I picked these party planners basically out of the phonebook. So they're telling me, oh yeah, we'll do this and you're thinking, I hope you do, because I have no idea. Anyway, the weekend could not have gone better. We got amazing weather. The moment I was happiest was with my husband just as the party was drawing to the close, on the Sunday. Where we were surrounded by our friends still, it was a beautiful night, the lights were all in the trees, the music was playing. And it was just, I didn't need to worry about how the whole weekend was going to go anymore. I didn't need to worry about the catering or the performers or the weather or people getting there. In that little, probably 15 minutes at the end. I could just be happy. In that little tail end of all the anxiousness and the planning, I felt supremely content and loved and loving and all those good things. And all the anxiety and the worry actually qualifies and probably has a huge amount to do with how happy

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A highlight from Eddie Redmayne - 'The Good Nurse' [LIVE]

Awards Chatter

05:10 min | Last month

A highlight from Eddie Redmayne - 'The Good Nurse' [LIVE]

"Hi everyone and thank you for joining us for the 461st episode of awards chatter, The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And for those of you tuning in, we are recording this episode in front of an audience of film lovers at the stunning resort of pelican hill as part of the Newport Beach film festival. My guest today was also my guest on the second episode of this podcast 7 years ago. And I'm so delighted to have him back. A British actor who is only 40, he has already amassed an incredible body of work on the stage and screens big and small and has to his name in Oscar, a Tony, a Golden Globe, a Bafta Award, and as of just a couple of months ago, two Olivier Awards. In terms of his work in film, he is, of course, best known for his performance as doctor Stephen Hawking in 2014s the theory of everything. But also, for memorable turns in 2011s my week with Marilyn, 2012s Les Misérables, 2015s the Danish girl, 2020s, The Trial of the Chicago 7. And the fantastic beasts film series spanning 2016 through 2022. And he is currently receiving some of the best reviews of his career for his portrayal of a hospital coworker of Jessica Chastain's, until BS lindholm's the good nurse, which recently had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, will screen at this film festival later today and will begin streaming on Netflix on October 26th. If you are not already one, I assure you that you will leave here today a certified red maniac. Would you please join me in welcoming to the Newport Beach film festival, Eddie, Redmayne. Morning. Thank you, Alaska. I was a kid. Generous introduction. That's great to see. Great to have you. Thank you for coming. And just a personal note since I mentioned that we had you on the podcast 7 years ago. That was before we had arrived at the format that we've had for the last several hundred where we go through a distinguished guest hole kind of life and career in an hour as much as we can. And you don't make it easy because you've packed a lot into 40 years, but we're going to give it a go. So as always, just to begin, if you wouldn't mind sharing, where were you born and raised and what did your folks do for a living? Morning. Well, I've never had a conversation with such a staggering view in my life. The amount of California dream is being lived here right now. I grew up in London. My parents and my family were not in any way in this world. My dad worked in finance, my mom was a stay at home mother. She then worked in relocation. I had several brothers and a sister. My brother's incredibly sporty. I sadly, and so from a kind of young age, music actually in theater was a big part of my life. And I always look back on it that to my parents credit, even though they didn't know a huge amount about this, anything that I showed an interest in, they supported and were passionate. They would open doors to going to classes, anything I showed an interest to. And now as a parent of young kids, myself trying to do the same. Yeah. Well, when we talk about starting at a young age, I believe it was ten that you began attending the Jackie Palmer stage school, which is somewhere that you continued even after going off to boarding school. And elsewhere I've read things that you're teachers said about you there that it was evident, even at ten, that you had something special. And in fact, by just two years later, you were on the West End, right? Yeah, so the Jackie Palmer stage school is a stage school and a little agency in a place called high wycombe just outside of London. And there would be theater classes and dance classes there. And every year there was a theater called the Wickham swan and they would do a sort of showcase. And at the time, I suppose more so than acting like singing was the thing that I enjoyed. And so every year I would go and normally I would go on stage and sing like memory from cats or something. And there were various other young actors and people trying to do the thing. One of whom was a guy who was very good at street dance. Whose name was James Corden. And so James and I first met there. Which was wonderful and it's been amazing seeing his work over the years. But it's horrendous now because it means that every time I do go on his talk show, which happened only two days ago. You know, whenever you go on these talk shows, they look for embarrassing humiliating staff. But normally they check it with you. They check that you're okay to be humiliated. James just doesn't give a shit. He knows whether vault of embarrassment lies. And so which he succeeded in doing just a few days ago, so I for one am thrilled that he is stopping his talk show. But know this stage school was run by one called Marilyn and she was passionate that they

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A highlight from Brady Flying Solo

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

05:17 min | Last month

A highlight from Brady Flying Solo

"Garrett, are you there? Good morning, rob. I am, I feel like a new man. I am now led into the community of all the naughties on a secret face. Secret face is the bad secret. It's called rump shooters naughty friends join our DM 8 Terry runs it and Garrett, you're part of the community. I feel I feel welcome. Good people. You love me. I feel like I'm a part of the Illuminati at this point. Normally when I get a link sent to me online, I'm very skeptical of clicking it, but yet I did and here we are. I appreciate all this. Welcome, welcome. Welcome to the power behind this podcast and happy birthday, my friend, your birthday over the weekend. Did you have fun? Oh, it was a blast, had friends, had drinks. The only thing missing was one rock. We will celebrate this week. I promise we will go out. You were too busy with bravo cops. We'll get to that. It's our lead story. It was quite a weekend. Hey, what time is it, my Friends? Tea time to brother con, tracer blamed money and famous for ruining her family, so Teresa is not really speaking to her brother, Joe or her sister in law Melissa, accusing them of picking fame and money over family. So this is interesting, Tracy is not saying that fame and fortune and money. She's not saying that changed her. She's changed. She said everybody else. Everybody else so she admitted that her brother not going to her wedding to Louis was very, very painful. She said, she was devastated. He's my only brother. My only family that I have and he is all she has left ultimately fame and money. Did this to her family, she goes on to say that if you guys knew the real tree, so you know that she's all hard is what she is claiming and the family is the most important thing to her and you guys saw me grow up with my brother and we were inseparable. So they were on different panels. Things are so tense between these fractions that they couldn't even sit down on the same panel. So on a different panel, Joe was asked about this and he said, it really gets him angry. He's tired of hearing this, and it's not about fame. It's not about money. It is about Teresa. Oh, the drama. I mean, it's so ironic though, it's like pot calling the kill black. It's like, everybody succeeded from being on this reality show, correct? Yes. So then to point and say, no, I did not change Eugene. I am the same person that I was before. Right. Cameras. I mean, and maybe thinking about. Maybe Teresa's brother was a fan of her ex-husband. You know what I mean? And maybe just doesn't see the eye with the new guy that she has sex with 9 times a day, you know? They do talk about their sex life a lot. Now Joe said something that I thought was really interesting though. He said, if you love each other, you want to help each other rise. So treason was on the show first, then Melissa and Joe contacted the show. Teresa said behind her back to get on it. They say absolutely not. So we don't quite know what happened there, but they said they wanted part of this money of this fame and so Teresa was the first, but if you love each other, you help each other is what Joe is saying. I could buy that. I could buy that too. But you know what, I always think about this too. And we know celebrities out of anyone, just like we all go through crazy things sometimes and it gets blown up if you're a celebrity specifically. I always think about this, rob Schroeder and maybe would you trade it all in for the fame and the money, but knowing that you would have to go through, let's just say what Theresa no. So her marriage broke up, she went to jail. No, my marriage alone is too important. Forget the jail part, which is hard to forget. She was in jail for over a year, so no, I don't think I would. I say to my friends all the time and I hope this is true for lots of people listening. If life was a game show and I was offered the $1 million to gamble all this to try and get that better slot, would I take it or would I hit pause? I would hit pause. If my life stopped at this, if this was my life until the day I died, I feel very, very lucky. I like my life. I like what I do. I like my days. I don't want to gamble that for fame and fortune. What about you, Garrett? Yet no, I think about that too. And I think at first it sounds appealing, but not realizing what your life would have to go through down the road. You know, it's almost like you saw, it's almost like a movie where, you know, the good and bad devil come to you and be like, hey, if you sign this comment. You'll be guaranteed this amount of money, but there might be some stipulations. You see it. Look at what Jennifer Hudson has had gone through with her life, you know? Nicki Minaj. It's almost like do you think in a previous life you sign up going, yes, I'll be famous, but X has to happen to me.

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A highlight from Anthony Doerr

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

07:35 min | Last month

A highlight from Anthony Doerr

"We have a son named Henry as well. Oh. Also enjoys the hot pocket now and then. I tried to make them. I tried to make them because I was like, okay, we're going to like a hot pocket. It's not that far off like a calzone. So that's been feeding Italians from time immemorial. So perhaps we should just have a go at making a hot pocket. And Henry was like, what is the Italian word for Kelso and me and again? And I was like, so, and he was like, yeah, mom, you made a song. It tastes like a sock. Nice. Hello, I'm Minnie Driver. Welcome to the mini questions season two. I've always loved priests questionnaire. It was originally a 19th century parlor game where players would ask each other 35 questions aimed at revealing the other player's true nature. It's just the scientific method really in asking different people the same set of questions. You can make observations about which truths appear to be universal. I love this discipline. And it made me wonder, what if these questions were just the jumping off point? What greater depths would be revealed if I asked these questions as conversation starters with thought leaders and trailblazers across all these different disciplines. So I adapted Proust questionnaire and I wrote my own 7 questions that I personally think are pertinent to a person's story. They are. When and where were you happiest? What is the quality you like least about yourself? What relationship real or fictionalised defines love for you? What question would you most like answered? What person place or experience has shaped you the most? What would be your last meal? And can you tell me something in your life that's grown out of a personal disaster? And I've gathered a group of really remarkable people, ones that I am honored and humbled to have had the chance to engage with. You may not hear their answers to all 7 of these questions. We've whittled it down to which questions felt closest to their experience or the most surprising or created the most fertile ground to connect. My guest today is the author Anthony daw, whose book all the light we can not see won the Pulitzer Prize. This turns out is not surprising at all if you have ever read a single word he has written. His more recent novel pad cuckoo land is genuinely one of my favorite books ever. And the level of lyricism present in his writing is there when he speaks to. I wrote down so many things he said all the way through the interview. You know, as though the whole thing wasn't being recorded and I had to take notes. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. I'm very interested to start out with since my mother died, but since my mother died, I think about the things that I didn't realize until after she'd gone, that went into the basic architecture. The stuff that was in passing rather than the big moments. And it was weird it was like, it was like having the foundation of something revealed when I really just been looking at the building. The whole time, this beautiful building because she was this amazing person. It's been like this weird posthumous gift to feel all these other things so like now when I do something and my son rolls his eyes and makes things that I'm super embarrassing and that we've spent 5 hours making a sock. I do go now you know what? He's going to remember this because we listen to new order while we made this calzone and we chatted about something. So interesting because that's kind of the lesson for beginning writers want to write about the big architecture. You know, they want to write about love for what it feels to be confused. But the only way to deliver that to another person is through detail through like these MoMA by moment details of life. That's how memories get built, you know, is new order and making a calzone. Exactly. And you know what? I had this teacher who I dedicated my book to my English teachers. My three teachers were so huge in my life as a whole. But Alistair, one of them, on a Monday morning, a piece of a four paper would be posted on the notice board in my school from the age of ten onwards, and there would be a list in his really beautiful strange italic handwriting. And it would be like drinking a cup of tea, tying my shoe laces, getting out of bed, and he had to write two sides of a four, describing this extraordinarily mundane thing, and he was like, this is just like exercise. He was like, this is the same as you're running around playing fields, playing hockey basketball, whatever it is. So many years later, when I was still working my way through the anthology of what he told me to read in my life, he said, it was about getting you to pay attention to not just having to do this thing. The thing was not the thing, but to your life, to all those things that it would trigger that whenever you noticed something, it would trigger the memory of your interest in the fact that you've had that muscle built in from an early age to appreciate it and to be able to kind of develop ideas from it. Yeah. Detail is how you communicate with people. If you had said, I have this teacher, Alistair. He was meaningful to me. That would kind of bounce off me. But if you describe his handwriting and you describe this list on his door and the details of what he was asking you to do described tying your shoelaces, it means something to me. That's how you communicate emotion. It's ironically, it's like you're reaching for the stars, but the way to do it is like the tiny little pieces of broken glass on the ground. And that we keep retrieving memory. I've just moved back to the town that I'm from. I don't like how it feels because I don't feel like I can make new memories here. I'm so in the trough of what went before. And I'm fascinated by it at the same time as feeling incredibly sad. It feels palpable. I keep asking everybody, how do you create new memories in a totally familiar environment? That's super interesting. It makes me think about Germans and like the 70s trying to deal with the weight of the memory of all the stuff that had happened. And you're just trying to like listen to music and be 18 years old and there's always this to renew. I mean, I think that's what's so beautiful is grass always ends up growing over the battlefields and it's so important to remember that blood was spilled there, but at the same time allow space for young people to move around. So our twin boys just went off to college. Oh wow. Yeah, I worry so much about this world. I keep saying like, well, the world's warming up Owen, like it's gonna get worse. You know, he doesn't need that. He needs to be able to go make new memories and discover the world a new and go to a party as if it was like the first time anybody ever went to a party. To go to any good parties, I want your basic going. Can you believe the ice caps? Not. What about that cappa gamma? That's totally it. Yeah. And then his mom's like, ask him about COVID. Oh my gosh. She's like the cherry on top. That's very funny. Well, God, I'd better get on 'cause I could really just ask you about a thousand questions that have nothing to do with these 7 questions, but I will glean all the answers that I would like to ask you out of these 7 questions that I'll ask you. Willie tell me where and when you were happiest? Of course. I thought about it. I'm gonna choose a general win, but a specific wear, I love to ski, I live in Idaho and the mountains in the United States. One of the last places middle class families can still ski and afford it. We raised our boys skiing in this mountain called brundage mountain about two hours north of here where they just put a keg of beer in the snow and like grill hamburgers and you could still get a season pass for about 200 bucks. Oh my

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A highlight from Save The Relationships?!?!!?

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

06:57 min | Last month

A highlight from Save The Relationships?!?!!?

"How is your weekend friend? Really fantastic. I went to see this new play, Leopold stut. Difficult title, isn't it? It's based on this area in Vienna and it takes it from the 1900s to the 19 50s and what happens to a Jewish family living in that area. It is heavy, it is brilliant. It is magnificent. It's the type of stuff you forget about when you go to see Beauty and the Beast and all those Disney shows, which I love. I love them. I'm not putting them down. I love a Mamma Mia!, but occasionally a really smart player. It's thrilling, absolutely thrilling. What about you, Garret what did you do? I went to go see a one artist named Post Malone on Friday night. And the culture. I know. From Post Malone to the 1950s on Broadway, I mean, we cover it all here. Rob shooter, as I watched the show and it's one of those shows where you go, I know more songs than I thought I did. But then you realize, it got like him, he's not, and you compare him to someone like a Kanye who, you know, has forgotten about music. You go, this guy stays out of trouble, is overall a great person. Does well has a family. You want to see a guy like him just win. You want to see Post Malone win. You want to see him win. And he's winning, where was he playing? He's all in the New York area, so he started in Jersey on Friday. He was out in Long Island last night, and I think he does the garden sometimes. If you'll play in the garden, you are winning congratulations. Go see this play too, if you're in New York and you want to see a really smart, really sophisticated, really masterpiece of a play, Leopold statue can say your friend rob shooter told you oh about it. Hey, let's jump into the show. One time is it my Friends? It is. Two time. So Adam Levine's wife, the hottie. I love that name, but how do you is making her parents knew that she was hot? Well, yeah. She's gonna grow up and people are gonna be calling her hot, you know what I mean? I think it's a really clever thing, did she? Did she match her name? Or was she gonna always be really super hot? I don't know what comes first here. Maybe if you name your child wonderful, they become wonderful. Maybe I should be wonderful shooter. Who would you be? I think I would be fantastic. Fantastic. I friend of mine is called sunshine. And I think that's his last name. And I love that name. Isn't it? Ken sunshine. Isn't that a brilliant name? I love it. I know. So but hardy's making her feelings towards her nobody husband very, very clear. She was spotted standing by her man there were recently at a charity concert together. They were spotted backstage. They were walking arm in arm, so that's a good sign. They're expecting their third child together so the Victoria's Secret's angel was also seen on the side of the stage cheering and dancing. She was loving her husband's show and we just spotted them too. At a beach together, they were enjoying the beach over the weekend the couple were spotted in California with their two daughters dusty, love that name 6, and Gio, who's four, and they got a bike together, they were all on their bicycles, they went down to the beach, there were spotted on the beach here just to remind everybody, Adam has been a huge of having some very strange conversations some are saying in affairs. Some are saying entanglements. It's a very Will Smith word, isn't it? With different ladies on TikTok and social media, a yoga instructor came forward saying he aggressively pursued her as well, so lots of accusations about Adam and pursue me. I think he's straight. I think that's what the thing is here. And so are you Garrett? You forgot about that. And so the two of you who conversations on social media do you have them? You just said you slide into people's can scan it to people slide into yours, where are you on all this? I will know. There are obviously is a line. It's kind of just sketchy, you know? Like, she's pregnant. He's doing this like maroon 5 just signed to a Vegas residency, like there's more. So it only leads to believe that not that she's okay with it, but there's some type of maybe understanding that you and I will never hopefully not just understand, but we'll never have to understand this, but there is a really interesting question here. What makes your pack your bags and leave, you know, we're not a political show, but for years, Hillary Clinton was really sort of savagely attacked for not leaving Bill Clinton and you think about it, I've not been in this position, but I have friends who have, do you leave? Can you forgive this? I was thinking about it knowing we were going to be talking about it today. And if Bruce had some sort of relationship online, they didn't actually meet, but there was some flirting over text. Would I be okay with that? I think I would Garrett. You and I flirt over text pretty much every day. And I always go, you know what rob shooter, you're a married man to get out of here. You're very, very good about this. I've had text conversations with people that looking back if I read those texts now. I'm not exactly proud of. There could be red the wrong way, so you have to be careful. With text messages though, especially in the quote unquote social media world, that's the problem. How many times not just in the flirtatious way, but we get text messages and we read it one way. But it's being meant to be said another way, but we don't know that because the person sending it is only writing it and not speaking it. Absolutely, your friend, your boss over there, Elvis Duran. Elvis and I text each other the most naughty things and if they ever got exposed, people would realize it was too Friends actually laughing and joking recently there was an incident with a weather man in New York and a friend sent me pictures. Oh, remember when Justin Bieber was caught without his pants and I sent you the picture and you were at a baseball game. So awkward. I'm standing on standing on the field at Yankee Stadium. And rob shooter see one rupture to get to text message. I know it's important not only because he has come across something and he came across some stomach. Some something. Some photographs. They should have given you a heads up on that. So it's very interesting that they are together, they're going to stay together most sources are saying, she's very aware of this. She's not a fool. She's not turning a blind eye. She knows what's going on here, but she's made a choice. And that is our question of the day, but hottie is standing by her husband Adam Levine, amid their relationship scandal. We can call it a scandal, I guess. Is she making the right choice or the wrong choice? What would you do? Right choice or wrong choice.

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"A little bit more into this. So as the story went, first off, rob shooter had, but when J.Lo and a rod got engaged, you were one of the first to say that they would not be walking down the aisle. And you were very true on that point. Second the rumor of ara, the reason why the relationship ended, a rod was a little curious with other females. So the only way to play this is if he went to she's the one that got away. Right. You have to be the nice guy. You have to be the nice guy. Yeah, you can't say, you know, I'm furious about this. And I also think it's really clever. It's a bit of a PR trick, so before I was a fabulous gossip columnist and doing podcasts and all this stuff, I was a publicist, so I know a PR statement when I see one. I'm an every writer. I know I looked at it like eagle eyes. I'm still a publicist at heart, you know, I'm a good publicist. I don't do it anymore, but I still know what they're doing. That's probably why I'm a good gossip columnist because I know all these statements. Whenever you throw in the children you win there, because it shuts everything down, the minute he wished her children the best. Now you've got to approach that very differently. It would be easy. About a nice guy. And we looked like not nice guys if we talk about him that, because now we're talking about children, which we can really stop. They go to the next step. If I follow up on that, then I'm a bad guys. You have to be very, very careful. So a rod, you know, nicely played, is that I think they say it in the land of baseball. What would be a baseball equivalent? This is a home run. Well, no, home run would be if he actually married Jennifer. He's safely got to first. He's safely got out of this. He's definitely got a Chris Wallace. I love you, these cheeky questions. Chris Wallace is like an older Andy Cohen, isn't it? It's a cheeky little devil. He gets away with stuff. He is. I mean, but I'm used to Chris Wallace. What's going on between the left and right side politics. Well, I'm glad Chris you've finally found the real news. The newsweek, Katherine. Brings us to our poll question of the day. A rod. Spoke about J.Lo Marion ban Affleck and said, I wish them the very best. Hey, do you believe him were some naughty? Do you think I read really does, which Jennifer? And then the bears, I want to know, go vote on our Twitter page at naughty nice rob, but a Facebook page is naughty or soon and be sure to check back. Tamar Ralph, your results. Hey Garrett love, what are you working on? Rob sit back for a story. Let me take this one, and you rush the voice. So as we know, a few about a year and change ago, Scooter Braun bought a record label, big machine records who was also had the rights to Taylor Swift's music. Now Taylor Swift has moved on from that management company, but that management company still owned all of Taylor Swift's songs. Hence why she's rerecording. So when Scooter Braun and his company bought this, all of Taylor Swift fans were furious, including Taylor, saying, this is uncalled for he's going to ruin my music. He's a bully, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So now two years later, Scooter Braun, who has gone through a lot over the last year, sat down with his best friend Jay Williams, who has a podcast, and he opened up in tows, I learned an important lesson from this. So, you know, obviously, Taylor went public with the frustration when Scooter Braun and his label bought her rights, claiming she was previously blocked from trying to buy the masters, and this is what scooter said. I was under very strict NDA, a non disclosure agreement with the gentleman who owned it. And I couldn't tell any artist that even Taylor Swift, I wasn't allowed to. I wasn't legally allowed to. So which is interesting because we then tend to think of it. We just thought we were wrong was coming into it, going, I'm going to screw it up. And it's not true. Correct. So I was excited to work with every artist on the label. So when we finalized the deal, I started making phone calls to say, hey, I'm a part of this, and before I could even do that, I made four phone calls and all hell broke loose as we've learned. So he goes, I regret that I have so the regret I have is that I've made the assumption that everyone was going to have a conversation with me, see my intent, see my character and say, great. Let's be in business together and I made the assumption with people that I didn't know. So it's interesting. I mean, as we know Scooter Braun reps Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, J Balvin, the works pretty much BTS. So he ended up selling big machine two years later after the mess made a hell of a lot of money and then he put that towards buying the BTS label. But here's the thing. We don't know if Taylor Swift is going to forgive it. Forgive Scooter Braun and mister borchetta, who is the other gentleman who previously on the label, I don't think so, but as we know, Taylor Swift rerecording all her albums so she could have ownership of her music. Yeah, I mean, there are the both winners here. Taylor's rerecording her albums and they're doing incredibly well, such as making a ton of money there, so she's basically getting back all her masters because she's recreating new ones. Scooters sold the label already and made hundreds of millions of dollars, so he went to. So don't get too concerned about anybody here, but there is a lesson in this, isn't there. Scooter should have known better, I think, like it's awfully sweet, but maybe a little naive to think you can just turn up and own somebody's catalog their life work and not talk to them about it beforehand, but at the same time, he wasn't a confidentiality clause so he couldn't talk about it. The assumption here and I think scooter's right is the mistake is the assumption don't assume that everybody wants you to own part of them without a talk about it. Like if you think about it, just in our own lives. When we get a new balls, it's really scary. You don't want necessarily somebody else coming in and it's silly to assume that when you walk in everyone's going to impress you. This has happened to me. I was given a job at a magazine, so when I no longer wanted to do publicity, okay magazine had launched an America and they offered me the executive editor job. I just assumed Garrett. I would walk in and there'd be a red carpet and flowers. And it was the first time really in my life dare I say that I turned to put a job that didn't want me and I didn't quite know how to deal with it like every other job I'd had been an intern or an assistant to a junior publicist or a publicist I'd worked my way up into that field and so when I got the promotion it felt quite natural but just to change three years in the middle of my career was something that a lot of people at the magazine world didn't like and I really had to prove myself and I realized that I'd made a terrible mistake not except in the job but assuming they were going to want me they didn't want me out to work really, really hard to prove myself. What about you Gareth? Have you ever walked into a job where they didn't want you? Well, this is the only job that I know of. How long have you been? Almost 20 years. Yeah, straight out of high school. So they want you then when you walk in start out of high school, they love you. Everyone's kind to you and then you stayed around. Yeah, no, and I think the thing that people get caught up when is, once you get comfortable, then that's where I've always been one to look over my shoulder 'cause, you know, the next person's right there. So if you get comfortable and complacent, then that's when you kind of lose that focus of doing your job and so yeah, I've been, I've been very fortunate, but also very awake in the sense of, you know, hey, what footsteps are coming from behind my back. As for a Scooter Braun though, the one thing I would say in my eyes that he made the mistake, yes, legally, he couldn't talk to anybody. But you would think the magnitude of the superstar of Taylor Swift. You would find a way to go, hey, listen, I would love to sit down real quick and talk. She doesn't know what you're about to talk about. So she could be open to anything at that point. And that's where you have the conversation. Because at the end of the day, I mean, talk about it guys, talk about it with everything with your partner so if you're friends in life, talk about stuff. Now I'm not telling you to break an NDA called Robert, wouldn't want you to break the law, but the more you talk about stuff in life, I think the better it is. Hey, moving along this in the portrait app by the palace, King Charles, Camilla, William and Kate, and they make the castle rob. Are you finally in there? Your portrait. I want to give you a Darby. I want to get into this guy's roots. I'm going to get in that picture. They didn't want us, but it's the four of them, and it contains a very rare look of PDA, so a new portrait has been released by the palace. It was actually taken the night before the queen's state funeral according to a press release, so PDA is normally not really approved with the royals, but here in this picture we do see them at least touching they're holding hands, they're touching each other's arms. It's really quite sweet. I think this is going to be a new look for the palace. Do I think we're going to see them making out Kim Kardashian style or should I say Courtney Kardashian and Travis? No. And then we're going to see that, but I think we're going to see a little bit more. Charles and Camilla are not going to be sitting at the drum set. Playing with their tongue. But I like this a little bit more affection and some people are saying it's a snub, but Harry and Meghan are not in this picture, but we've got to get over that now. Stop breaking it down. How are you making decided to leave? They've left. It's over. It's like trying to see Victoria Beckham in the spy skills reunion. She's not there. Just in temperature. Yeah, he doesn't want to be in it. Happy 25 years though, Spice Girls. I love the Spice Girls. But she's God. You have to say she's gone. The same with nsync, just in his life. I still have hope. How dare you? How dare you? They went on hiatus back in 1998. And they will be back. So we have to get used to that. This is the royal family. It's those four. He wants to keep it small. I think that's smart. He wants to keep a lid on the finances. I think that's smart. This is the four and I'm here for it. I looked at that picture and I said, hello, you look fantastic. How do you feel about it? You're still mis Harry in the photographs or have you moved on? I think I've moved on. I'm not one of a, I'm offended. Like it is what it is at this point. Like, you gotta get used to it. Gotta get used to change, just like a rod had to get used to seeing Jennifer Lopez with Ben Affleck. Don't get used to that. He does, but when you say portrait, I think they sat for a painting, but it's different from a place. It is a photograph. But you can still say like a portrait I think of a photograph. Yeah, they didn't have a painting, but that would have been a very royal thing to do, but I think it takes a little longer. But you would think they would be pretty quick at this point. It's not painting by numbers. Imagine how awkward that would be a painting and Harry had to sit there for hours and hours. Hey, what's going on? Let's talk about some love. Trevor Noah and liberty show, but not leaving the world of love. What's he up to? Oh, yeah, that's right. So Trevor, Trevor Noah, of course, of The Daily Show just announced last week that he was going to be leaving The Daily Show, doesn't know when, but just put it out there and he'll let us know when he's leaving. So how does he, how does he celebrate this new part of his life? He goes out on a date with the biggest pop star in the world. We'll do a leap of apparently. So they grab some dinner at miss lily's a Jamaican restaurant on the lower east side of Manhattan and here's the thing. They were no one's talking about their dinner or the fact that they sat and probably had great conversations. Everyone's talking about the kiss in the street before they went their separate ways. So it was a very telling and interesting obviously Trevor Noah 38 Dua Lipa 27. She's in New York constantly. He lives in New York. Everyone is positive. I haven't told you. I've only seen the negatives because everyone loves each then they're like, first off, let's be honest. No one out there listening right now, and as much as I hate to burst anybody's bubble, had a shot with Trevor Noah or Dua Lipa. All right? Like everybody's, oh, I'm so mad. Trevor no of the market. But we won't get it down. You're probably right. You're probably right about that. I booked into him once on the west side highway, so I gave her a walk each day. I bumped into him. He was just walking by himself. He's a really good-looking guy. And I saw his hair great hair, this big smile, he was on his phone, he was laughing, he was talking. And I saw him from a distance and I was like, I want a handsome guy, and then he's got close, so I was like, oh, it's Trevor Noah, which makes him even more handsome, I think. And so he could look. Like, you know, like you're being watched. You're Trevor Noah, you're the Dua Lipa, arguably the biggest pop star in the world. You're in the middle of Manhattan and you kiss. It would be one thing it would be like a kiss on the cheek like if I saw you. I was like, all right, rob. Thanks for doing that. I like this. I think they're throwing caution to the wind. This is about the two of them. Ignore all us for a minute, have a little bit of normal love, love, love, we're here for love on the not even our show. How are we going to take a quick break and we will be right back. Welcome back to the nobody but nice show I'm rob shoe so if I dear friend, Garrett Vogel. Hey Garrett, let's get to the polls. Last show we talked about Sarah Jessica Parker, who missed the New York City ballet gala that she was being honored at after a sudden family situation. It turns out that her stepfather passed away. She managed to get to the bedside before he passed, so thank goodness Sarah did that. A question, was it wrong for her to leave this gala? So if you're going to get honored at an event, regardless of what's going on, even a family situation should you stay, let's have a look. 98% no leave. Leave, leave, leave. We are totally with you and we're sending a letter. I want to talk to the 2%. By the way. I know it was said that I love Sarah Jessica Parker. Don't forget to vote on today's poll, go to our Twitter page at northern ice rub, a Facebook page is not a gossip and be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results. Hey, let's do a nice of the day. All right, let's talk about Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. She says that the open door policy in her home pertaining to the bathroom. She goes, she opened up about the lack of privacy in her family's home, which if you have a family of two, three, four, 5, you understand this. She was talking about the bathroom and it's just one of those where for better or worse as a family, the kids have all the kind of embodied functions of as every standard norm. I never thought I would be the person that was able to go to the bathroom with the door open. Everything started when Mila found someone constantly knocking on the door I was like, oh, forget it, just keep the door open. So I get it. Like, no matter what, you think that the bathroom, especially if you have kids, is like, all right, I get 5 minutes, just quiet, do what I gotta do, and then you go, hello. Are you there? Hey, I saw you going there. I'm hungry. I'm hungry. I'm hungry, mom. Dad. I don't have children. But I think that this would be a step too far for me. I do not have an open door bathroom policy in my house, and there's just two of us living here. What about in your home Gareth? We kind of have a closed door, but the door's still knocks. But let me ask you this question. Rob shirt, so you can relate. Do you let Darby in the bathroom with you? I do. When I first got him, it was I wasn't used to living with a doggy. And so Darby pushes his nose, because we don't have a lock on the door, but I close the door, you don't have a lot on your bathroom. I am never going to the bathroom in your house. I'm not running in, there's only three, but if you read my house, there's been three people here. I can see one of them, Bruce. I can see myself. So I know where you are. So you kind of have an open door box. Maybe I do. I don't know. Hey, your advice is the day she got us talking about this, even though I'm not quite sure I agree. Selena Gomez is addressing the violent disgusting hate following Hailey Bieber's podcast comments. So Hailey Bieber did a podcast recently and she said, what are the lowest moments was dealing with all the online hate shortly after this aired? Selena addressed the online hate on TikTok, she's a really remarkable person, Selena Gomez, like she doesn't have to do this. It'd be easy to ignore it. And she says no. I'm not ignoring it. I don't want this. I don't want vile disgusting things. It's not fair words really, really matter. I'm impressed. I'm really am I forget how impressive she is constantly and I shouldn't. I get it. But I think she's brilliant. What do you think about her Garrett? It's definitely the high road. But again, just let go, just like we were talking about. Harry and Alex Rodriguez, everyone that still believes that Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber are going to get back together. You need to let the following isn't the same. It's not all of them. But some of the fans it is over. Let them move on talking to moving on, let's end with a moment of rabi. You get a rubber on the other one. Yeah, rob. I love this crew. It's from Henry Matisse, the artist, and we don't normally quote our on this podcast normally we could Kim Kardashian, but I just love this quote. We should do more Henry. Henry Matisse, maybe we'll do Picasso tomorrow. Okay. I love this quote. There are always flowers for those who want to see them. I woke up this morning. I have a little bit of a cold. I'll admit. I didn't necessarily see the flowers. And I stopped, I poured myself a cup of coffee, and I saw a flower out of my window and I smiled. They are there if you want to see them. I did not want to see them this morning. I was in a bit of a grumpy mood. And there was a flower that I didn't see looking at me, and I saw it in the end. You can see the flowers, I promise you, if you want to see them, they are there. That is it for today. Thank you so much. For listening to the naughty but nice thank you carrot with rob a dollar. You're so romantic. Production of iHeart radio. Let's be honest, I'm the flower. You're my flower. Oh, that would be a lovely payoff. I wish I thought about that. I'm in the window. Hi, rob. The end of the movie had we been on lifetime. Garrett and you are my flower. Don't forget to subscribe on the iHeartRadio app or Apple podcast or wherever you listen and leave us a review if you can get lots of new reviews. I did your show last week. Garrett I did albus show. We got a ton of new listeners, so welcome, welcome, welcome. The power of that show Garrett. It's massive. You never know and that's the weird thing about who's listening to the podcast. We just, we assume it's just a conversation between you and I. Rob shooter and the flower. That's the new podcast that we're starting tomorrow. But the amount of people that just listen that we have no idea, we appreciate it. And we thank you. We do thank you. And I give one shout out happy birthday Terry, somebody who we know is always listening. So remember all together now, if you're going to be naughty, you got to be. No, it's take care everybody. It's not even nice with rob. Hey, I'm Dua Lipa, and I'm thrilled to be back for the second season of my podcast Dua Lipa at your service. Alongside me and my guests lists and recommendations, the show features conversations with some of my biggest inspirations, working across entertainment, politics, activism, and much, much more. I've been hard at work getting season two ready for you all summer long, so please tune in and join me on this very special adventure. Listen to Dua Lipa at your service on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Hi, I'm Molly Jong fast, and this is fast politics. You may know me from my old podcast, the new abnormal. Or my articles in Vogue, The New York Times, The Washington Post, or my newsletter, at the Atlantic. 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