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A highlight from Sandra Bullock on Parenting 2 Black Kids, Ben Affleck Won't Talk J.Lo - Daily Pop 12/01/21
"Sandra Bullock opens up about her private parenting struggles and Ben Affleck is ready to tell all kinda Morgan is out. So I'm here with Wendy Raquel Robinson from the game. And dating coach and author Monique hello. How many both of y'all today? Because we got a lot to talk about. Hollywood and relationship was. Oh, yeah. Okay, well let's start off with Sandra Bullock. She always turns heads on the red carpet, but is what she set on red table talk that got everybody chatting. She opened up about the struggles of raising a biracial family. Check out what she said here. To say that I wish our skins matched. Sometimes I do. Yeah. Because then it would be easier on how people approach us. Yeah. And I have the same feelings as a woman with brown skin. And being her babies, or white woman with, you know, wiping. But it's the mother child. Relationship. You don't have to put a color on. Maybe one day that will go away. Maybe one day we will be able to see with different eyes. I love Sandra Bullock. I love her. She is my miss congeniality. You know we did that together. Yes. I love her. And when I say she is so transparent, she's so authentic. She is just so real and so grounded. She shoots straight from the hip. I love her. She's always been like that. Yeah. And I love that I always tell people. 'cause I've had friends who adopted kids. If you're gonna adopt a child, you're gonna adopt a culture. Exactly. So I know you love the fact that a family name is William Randolph. They're gonna be that true. But you have a Japanese child. And that culture is rich. That culture is amazing. Give that child something from the culture. You have to understand it. And, you know, a lot of times, people adopt children and don't realize that it's their responsibility to make sure that your black kids understand what it means to have black skin. And to your point, when you adopt a child, a black child, you have to acknowledge their blackness. It's not, you can't hide it. It's not, you know, I don't see race. I don't see color 'cause the world sees color. The world sees race and you need to make sure you explain that to your children. So I appreciate Sandra and what she's doing. It's not easy. It's not. Did she get to learn the hair? 'cause it's a problem for me. I worked at this real fancy swan in Beverly Hills. Every celebrity would come here. Jennifer Aniston. Everybody was coming to the swan. Right. This woman who has been on the show before, and we talk about this every time she comes in, came into the salon and she had a black daughter, you know, she adopted a black daughter, and she said, oh, I'm gonna see. And she is going to see Marco. And I looked at her and I said, she is not going to see Marco. I'm going to get you an appointment with this dude Duran dude. Okay, okay. Exactly. Exactly. But and she was like, I don't understand. I'm like, when you go to see Demarco down the street, you will understand. And now it's become a ritual for them on Sundays to have the hair braided and for her to learn how to do it. And she took part in that, but sometimes it takes someone telling you. Yes. For you to realize it. And being open, being open to receiving that, and being able to say, okay, I hear you, not getting defensive about it, right? I mean, those real conversations. Good for you, Jess. Right? It's so interesting because Sandra Bullock has been so private. Especially about her kids for so many years. Why do you think she's ready to open up now? Well, I mean aside from having the movie coming out, you know what I mean? But I think it's a great platform and then coming out of quarantine, you know what I mean? Probably having to have nest and, you know, been with the children and all of that. I just think it's time. I mean, she's 57. Yeah. She gets it. She knows who she is. She's a woman and this is who it is and this is who I am and these are my children. I love that her son is Louis Armstrong. I love that. I love you. I love that. You know what I mean? You talk about keeping the culture and the family. It's a beautiful thing. So I applaud her. And I also think after what this country went through over the last year and a half and all the things that were happening with race relations and things like that, maybe it was eye opening, even more so. And she might feel even more comfortable letting her kids be seen now as the world is changing. Yeah, and by the way, red table is the same space. Y'all talking about entanglements? Y'all talking about masturbation? Why not talk about my black children? As a parent in a space where I won't be judged when you guys have sat there and called yourself out on something. So kudos to Jada and will. I know there's a petition going on online for them not to do any more interviews. I say do all the usual. We get lots of information on. Exactly. And I'm not mad about it. Speaking of a lot of information, Ben Affleck is opening up and he says he is grateful for his second chance, but doesn't expect him to talk about his relationship with J lo. He tells WSJ magazine, their story is definitely beautiful, but he's learned not to share everything with the world. Ben says he's going to exercise
A highlight from Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy are still battling over daughter nearly nine years after calling it quits. Travis Scotts offer to pay for 9-year-old victims funeral denied by family. Kate Middleton sends invites to ITV in BBC snub
"Are you there? Oh, it's a one year. It's for reason. I love it crazy. My friend send me the weather on their phone, and I'm like, oh, I'm in a little speedo. Take that. So we've got a ton of gossip to get to today, but let's have a moment of mourning my book today. So I was meant to be taping doctor ars today Wednesday to plug my book for the Christmas holidays. Guess what happened two days ago? I got postponed. Because the doctor was suddenly busy now I know why he's just announced his running for Senate. So I get it. Although I don't think Doctor Oz's political career should impact my book, what do you think? No. Can you do a talk show and be a senator at the same time? Who knows what you could do and be in the government as well? Don't feel too bad for me. I think it'll get rescheduled. Hey, let's jump in to the show because do you know what time it is my Friends? It is. T times. Big story at the top of the show. Bethany frankel and her ex Jason hoppy are still battling over her daughter. So nearly 9 years, let's say that again, nearly 9 years, I think I can say that's nearly a decade. After they called it quits. And some 11 months, 11 months. We can say that's a year. After finalizing their divorce, Bethany and Jason are still battling you in the chords over child custody, so page 6 were the first to report that the former William hat his wife and the businessman are a set to appear in a New York court on December 8th. What do you think's going on Tonya? Now these kids, first of all, the daughter, she's 11. So we're gonna be 18 by the time they hash out a court thing, but that's the thing it's what do they want? Let's be real. My parents grew up. We had divorced a 50 50, I think, is fair. I think especially if he is a good dad, obviously Bethany is a good mom. And so I think they just really need to for the daughter's sake, you've got to get this over with. Gotta get it together. So in 2014, the couple were granted joint custody 50 50. Although Bethany, of course, she did she went back to court three years later because she wanted soul custody although he had been a little bit shady so we'll give Bethany that. Now it's not known if next Monday if the hearing has something to do with that and clearly it does, her rep is not responding. The two of them first met in 2008 fairly love. He proposed to her on reality TV. Of course he did. Then it ended and it got really,
A highlight from Tiffany Haddish & Common SPLIT, Selling Sunset Love Triangle - Daily Pop 11/30/21
"Break out my ass list chap, we're getting wild today on daily pop magic Mike three is coming. There's a crazy cheating scandal on Selling Sunset and windy Raquel Robinson is back. I mean hello. Hello. What luncheon are you going to do? You guys, it's too cold. I don't care. It's jacket weather in the studio for me today. Fabulous. I'm doing fall. I'm doing fall fashion. She's doing ball fashion. Oh, that's awesome. But first, let's talk about one of our favorite Hollywood couples. They just broke up. Haddish in common have called it quits after a year of dating. A source tells E. News, there was no ugly drama that they were both very busy with work and decided not to continue a long distance relationship. Did you think these two would make it work? Well, I thought for sure that they were together longer than a year. When you say it felt like they had been undercover with their relationship not undercover, but not as you know what I will say, refreshing. You knew that they were together. You knew that they loved each other. You knew there was a good vibe happening. They weren't leading with it. They weren't using this for publicity. It was a really authentic relationship now that I'm taking the time to really analyze it. 100%. And but when I heard a year, it's like some things we talk about on this show. I'm like, God, that was 6 years ago already, and then some things I'm like, wait, this has only been one year, so I'm sad to see them part ways, but I do believe there's definitely no ugly drama. I think it was probably just a, our time is up right now. Yeah. I love love, and I really, really, I was fighting for them. I really was, I was hoping for them. I love Tiffany. I love common, but I know that their schedules are insane, but sometimes you gotta make that compromise, you gotta make that sacrifice, you gotta fight for love. It's so hard, but I really hope that maybe they could get back together. I really do. I hope that everything comes back around. Britain, over. It ain't over until it's over. So who know Tiffany? Accommodate comics. This is the ain't over. The jam of this whole scenario is you are both correct. A, didn't use this for publicity. This was a real relationship. They are both adults. I think what happened was they got into this relationship when the pandemic started. It was cute. We were at home every night. We were dating. We're doing challenges. We're doing challenges. We're hanging. And then the world came back around and it was time to clock back in time to get back on your grind. What I love about these two is they were adult about it. Instead of letting it crash and burn and me feeling resentful because you didn't make the effort to come see me, and I said, and you feeling resentful because I didn't come to this movie awards with you, we decided to part ways amicably. And you know what? We're gonna be adult and get back together when it's time to smash it again. When everything just kind of settles in, settles down, we get our grounding again, come together. No. I don't see it. Why not? I don't think so. Come on, Morgan. I want to. I think this is, I think the year now that it's been dictated, I think this is done. You think this is done for real? Do you think that people really do make like when there's people use excuse, we're too busy? Do you think it's true or do you think it's a cop out? I think it's both. Do you know what I mean? I work in Atlanta three months out of the year, if not four to 5. And it's really hard. You have to make a concerted effort. But don't you feel like three months goes by soap? I feel like four to 5 gets long but three months goes back. Well, I'm working but to my partner. Right. But they're both. But they're waiting things. But that's a problem. Look it's a big problem. I don't know if this is the real tea, but I have a weird feeling. Men had 49, don't want someone who is still on the up and up. At 49 you want to chill, you want to do you want John Wick a year? You want to hang out? You want your girl to be there. Tiffany Haddish, excuse my language. Just got her period. My God. She is a young woman in this industry because she wants to be kidnapped working. She is working in. She is a hellcat here. Right. 50 year old man, sometimes you've done the hellcat thing. You've been in the sham for three decades. This woman has to go to every premiere. She has to be on every cover. She's got to be here. Yeah. Italy. Yeah. No. I don't know. I know. It's upsetting. It's a bummer, but I do agree. It probably is a little bit of both. Where it just becomes too difficult and you know, there's no need to string it along, but I love the way they did it, though. Class at. What? Yeah. If you gotta say goodbye. Hey, let's do it. We're gonna put out a statement and we got to do it properly. Tiffany, can I get that comedy special so I can hear the real tea girl? Okay, could you? Well, someone who didn't do it classy, the new season of Selling Sunset just dropped on Netflix and the drama has gone next level. It seems Christine Quinn and newcomer Emma hernan were dating the same man at the same damn time. Same thing. We know who it is. If you haven't seen it yet, here's the moment they realized what was going on in front of cameras. I
A highlight from Chris Cuomo didnt want Alec Baldwin to voice support for his embattled brother. Camila Cabello steps out following Shawn Mendes split. George Clooney criticizes onlookers who filmed him after 2018 motorbike crash
"Show. It is Tuesday, I'm your host rob schutter, joining us is our dear friend mister Lana Dixon, mister hey, mister how are you? Oh, I am amazing. I am in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I just watch the miss USA pageant. Congratulations, miss Kentucky. L Smith is our new miss USA 2021. She is about to head to Israel. So she should be in the Miss Universe pageant. So so exciting, thank you to crystal Stewart. She's the new national director of miss USA, the first black woman to run miss USA. I'm so happy to be here. How excited. Good for you, mister. Hey let's jump into the show. We've got so much gossip to get to. What time is it my Friends? It is. Tea time. Big story at the top of the show. So Chris Cuomo from CNN did not want Alec Baldwin to voice his support to help his embattled brother the then governor Andrew Cuomo so Chris Cuomo is in trouble and he's telling investigators earlier this year that he tried to keep Alec Baldwin from advocating on behalf of his troubled brother, the former governor, Alex wanted to speak out against canceled culture. These comments were revealed in a new transcript that was made public. The CNN host testified that he and his brother both knew that the actor who is also a good friend to both of them, he wanted to talk out about cancel culture and political correctness hopefully to save the disgraced governor's job. However, Chris said I asked him not to do it. I said, quote, tell him to stay out of it. It's not necessary. Have you ever had a friend who wanted to help, but only caused more trouble? Oh my goodness, absolutely. And my situation, it was about a relationship, a friend decided to intervene and talk to the young man that I was involved with. And because of that, we didn't speak for almost two years. So sometimes your Friends need to just stay out of things. And I think in the case of Alec Baldwin, talking about council culture it's something that can be very controversial for people. And I don't think it would have helped because he didn't know what exactly was going on with our former governor in New York. So to come in and make a comment about it without having any type of relationship, it's just what it seemed weird. And of course, now we know that Alex dealing with his own issues. So it's probably best that he didn't actually say anything that was made public. Yeah, knowing a lot about the situation before you jump in is vital, but also to you have to remember the person that we are questioning here. Alec is very controversial. Some people love him, some people do not, and him getting involved in an already potentially really explosive situation would have only poured gasoline on the fire. Mimo there moving forward Chris chromo seems to be in trouble at CNN, so Chris, told his viewers, he told the public that he had very little to do with his brother Andrew Cuomo and all the allegations against him. Now it's been revealed that that is not true that Chris was behind the scenes working his sources trying to figure out what was going on. It's even been alleged that Kris wrote one of his brothers public statements after the entire situation of blew up. He did not mention it last night on his CNN show. Shouldn't he take a leave of absence? What do you think? I'm not sure about that. It's very complicated. I mean, he did not commit the crimes that his brother has been proven to be true, according to the justice of New York State. But I guess he did something wrong in his job and sometimes you have to pay a big price for that. So we'll have to wait and see what CNN decides to do. He didn't tell the truth. We should remember here that Chris Cuomo is not Andrew Cuomo. Let's not put them together. Yes, their brothers, you want to help your family members I totally get that, but tell the truth, I would have said his brother and I'm gonna help him and everybody would have been like, I get it. And is it a conflict of interest, probably, but there's lots of conflicts of interest, the ones that the most dangerous are the ones that we don't know about the ones that are always covered up, which brings us to our poll. Question of the day, Chris Cuomo did not want Alec Baldwin to voice support for his embattled brother would Alec have helped or would he have heard it's a tricky question. But what do you think? If you are in trouble, would you want Alec Baldwin standing up for you? Or would you be like, oh, no, Alex, please hell to make it worse. Take a vote on our Twitter page at naughty nice robber at Facebook pages naughty gossip and miss you check back tomorrow to hear your results. Mister love, what are you working on? Well, as we know, Camilla Cabello, she broke up with her boyfriend, Shawn Mendes, but she has actually decided to step out. She had been laying low. So she headed to the movie theater to see the new Disney movie and kanto with her family. Now she took to Instagram to explain why this outing was so meaningful to her. So she said, quote, I was desperate to see this movie, and we ran to the movie theater to watch it. Of course, the music was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote the songs, and she said, thank you for continuing to represent Latinos and sharing our stories with the world. Now let to Instagram after she saw the movie. And people think she was referencing her relationship that she had with Sean because she wrote, she put up a picture of slideshow of photos. And they were from Thanksgiving weekend, and she captioned the post. It's giving wholesome. Now, I'm not exactly sure how anybody could read into this. But they think it's referencing something about the Met Gala. Yes. Rob, maybe you can explore. Yeah, he said something to her. He told her something ahead of the Met Gala. They shared it, and it's pretty similar. She hasn't responded to any of the comments at this time. But I think this is just fantastic. I love that these two are still out and about, they're not hiding. I'm told they are really good friends often. When these relationships break up, they put out statements saying we are Friends and it's not true. In this case,
A highlight from Nicki Minaj CALLS OUT Candiace Dillard's Singing, Adele Gets Apology - Daily Pop 11/29/21
"Minaj own cable TV last night, and I'm going one on one with Mariah Carey. But first, I'm so excited about our guest host Wendy Raquel Robinson from the girl. Yes. Okay, we have budget now. We do, by the way, we got somebody like burrill. We got a real friend. He was like, okay. I feel the same way, though. I'm so excited to be here. We're so happy. Every day. I love when everyone says that. I'm like, what is that reflecting in some way or what? Can we get a piece of paper that says that? By the way, it's definitely not reflected in this paycheck. Things got nasty on The Real Housewives of Potomac reunion and the shade didn't end with the camera stopped rolling. Guest co host Nicki Minaj came for all the ladies slamming everything from there changing looks to Candace's singing abilities. And I look from then and now and you have changed a little bit. Do you think your beauty has started fading at all? Or are you just giving a different look? I need you to know that I want to know how you checked her for humiliating your husband. Well, just because she want to be funny on TV. Open it back and get to project and come out when I'm done jag because I'm done. I can hear that you used auto tune in the song drive by. We need to hear something act of how the child. What you got, you make me drop back. Whoo. All right, so every bit of it. Uh huh. It's all about later. Why are you upset,
Prince Charles's spokesman rejects claim Charles asked about skin tone of Harry and Meghan's children
"Out of London, so now a new book claims that it was Prince Charles, who questioned the color of Meghan Markle and prince Harry's babies. So a new book is coming out that says it was Charles that privately discussed with his wife the likely complexion of any children that prince Harry and Meghan Markle would have. The new book is by bestselling author, Christopher Anderson, a very respected author. We should put this out there. This is not a trashy book. And it potentially could be devastating for Prince Charles, the author actually stopped short of alleging that it was Charles who is the royal racist who expressed 7 sons to prince Harry over the skin color of the children's, but what the book claims happened is that Prince Charles had a discussion with Camilla and that somewhat took Camilla back and when Charles asked, I wonder what the children will look like, Camilla allegedly responded quote, well, absolutely gorgeous. I'm certain Charles allegedly lowered his voice. And asked, quote, I mean,
Prince Charles's spokesman rejects claim he asked about skin tone of Harry and Meghan's children
"Breaking out of London, so now a new book claims that it was Prince Charles, who questioned the color of Meghan Markle and prince Harry's babies. A new book is coming out that says it was Charles that privately discussed with his wife the likely complexion of any children that prince Harry and Meghan Markle would have. The new book is by bestselling author, Christopher Anderson, a very respected author. We should put this out there. This is not a trashy book, and it potentially could be devastating for Prince Charles. The author actually stopped short of alleging that it was Charles who is the royal racist who expressed 7 sons to prince Harry over the skin color of the children's, but what the book claims happened is that Prince Charles had a discussion with Camilla and that somewhat took Camilla back and when Charles asked, I wonder what the children will look like, Camilla allegedly responded quote, well, absolutely gorgeous. I'm certain Charles allegedly lowered his voice. And asked, quote, I mean, what
A highlight from 37. Tommy Beardmore & Adam DeCarlo "Imposter Syndrome"
"All righty. Here we are, back for another episode of before the break this week. It's just gonna be Tommy and I Tom how are you doing? I'm well. I'm well. You look tan. Are you pregnant? I am with child. It's a food baby. It's back from vacation in much needed vacation. It was fantastic. And you know, right back to that New York grind. Landed. That's true. Landed and had 6 fucking auditions and work and all that good stuff last week. It's busy busy busy. Welcome back. Oh yeah. Nothing lasts pal. Welcome back to the real world. Leaving vacation, you're just like, you get used to the relaxation and now you're like, fuck, I have to leave. You know, I just found out what scary Sundays. Sunday scary, scary Sundays? Yeah. Sunday scaries. Sunday skirt. And I didn't know that I was on I think I was on a date with someone. And I was like, what is that? And she was like, you know, like, a 9 to 5 corporate, whatever. What do you mean you just found out? I guess. Well, that's true. I'll say the phrase has been going on for many, many years and only in the last say two years that I actually ask what the hell does this mean? And it is Sunday before the work week where you have this horizon of death and darkness of the work. Halloumi, it's the looming time ahead. It's the yeah. Well, we don't really have that though, because every day is dark, isn't it? As an actor that's trying to make it in this industry. It's today scary. That's all it's called. Yeah, just the day. So what are we chatting about today? Well, you know what? I was thinking about, you know, this week we do not have a guess sometimes it'll just be Adam and I every maybe I don't know 8 or so guests. It'll just be he and I to kind of come back together and chat a bit about something and we have launched this really cool mentorship thing, this program and working at your prone. We've got to talk to a lot of students in some of these q-and-as and meetings and something that comes up a lot, man is this impostor syndrome and the struggle to believe that we deserve to be happy and working and and all those things that we wanted in life to come to fruition. It seems that we obviously are drawn to this business and we work really hard at it. But occasionally, there comes this voice into our heads that says, you really think you're going to do this or do you really believe that you're you deserve to be here or people are going to find out that you're just acting on intuition and you're a total fraud and all these other people who have done so much in training and performance, they're better equipped for this business than I am. It's just this doubt. It's doubt. And everybody has doubt no matter what business you're in. You have doubt about your capabilities, your competency, just you as a person. And I think that's very human, but I think it's also something that keeps actors from really walking into the room owning this idea that I deserve to be here. I've cast enough projects where people come in and it's just like, hi, yeah, I'm sorry. Thank you. I'm sorry. You know, and they're desperate to. Prove to themselves that
A highlight from SPECIAL EDITION: Stewart Pearce was Princess Diana's confidential voice and friend and now he's sharing with Rob Shuter private details about her extraordinary life
"Nice show. I'm your host rob. She said, normally, we don't do these special edition bonus shows because there's not normally that many special people that I think we want to do on with, but today's the exception, we have a fantastic vocal coach, Stewart piers, who has been a vocal coach to many, many big celebrities, however, it is his new book, Diana, the voice of change, which I can't put down that we're going to be talking about today, not only Princess Diana's vocal coach, but also her friend, Hayes Stewart, welcome to the show. Oh, it's so wonderful to be here. Thank you. It's great on a few inviting me on. I'm so pleased. We are thrilled to have you. Let's jump in because we've got so many questions. I've also got some questions from the listeners of this show too. Nothing to worry about. We're nauseating, but we're nice on this show. So it will be fun fun fun haste Stewart. How did you meet Princess Diana? Let's go right back to the beginning. How did this start? What I was actually recommended to meet her probably around 92 93 when she was caught by the controversy of trying to find a way of leveraging herself away from the acrimonious relationship that she was beginning to develop with Prince Charles. And you know, to be honest, although there was a great honor to be asked, I turned it down, saying I didn't think that I could be available for it because of the drama that was going on. But possibly, there would be at a later stage. So it was a very prophetic that I did that because then in 95, when the Martin Bashir interview came out, but Diana came back via a friend of ours, a mutual friend, a patroness of mine, in fact, who was a very celebrated restaurant tour at a restaurant, which is no longer called San Lorenzo in knightsbridge, and Diana was a frequent visitor, but the lady who owned it Mara burney was was an extraordinary mother figure to many people, and so for example, The Rolling Stones would call her in the middle of the night after a concert and say, Mara, could you make a spaghetti? And she would be up at three o'clock in the morning, making boys spaghetti. It gives an illustration of the extraordinary love that this woman had. And somara had introduced me to a number of leading people and said to me, would you would you please come and have lunch to meet somebody? And I said, oh, who is it? So we'll just come, and then you'll introduce it and I said, no, tell me who is it? She's a do trust me. So I said, of course I trust you, but who is it? Just come and meet them. And so I arrived with just a feeling of anticipation, not trepidation, because I absolutely trusted her. And as I walked into the restaurant, there was the headway, and I said to the headway to no Pepe, where is madam? Oh, she's downstairs. I said, who with? And he said, you'll see when you get there. So this great buildup that when I got to this private room in the basement of a restaurant, I knocked on the door and opened the door, and there was Diana, who sprang up, grabbed my arm and said, you will work with me won't you? So I said, I've been set up. It was the most extraordinary moment. And of course, of course, of course, things were very different at that point from the earlier encounter that I was describing. But I said to diner immediately, look, if we work together, we must have a completely confidential relationship, because you're surrounded by a circus of activities. And I don't want the paps to get the idea that you're seeing, you know, she'd already finished working with Peter zetlin, who was another actor monkey voice coach that she'd worked with who I believe had been quite useful, but she wanted something a little bit more mature a little bit more sophisticated. Did you know she'd moved on? That's no disrespect to Peter, of course, who then latterly went and allowed all of his tapes to be used by YouTube for some reason. Anyway, so that's how it began. We had a confidential relationship whenever she needed me, she called me on her cell phone because in 95, we were all beginning to play with cell phones. They were quite large, weren't they? And I never went to Kensington Palace. She was came to my studio in Chelsea, so it was completely confidential. She would call me whenever she needed to sometimes she would come for two sessions a week. And she always, you know, always dispatched my fee in cash. It was never through the administration. You know, it was all completely confidential. Oh, wow, so Stewart. Let me ask people might not understand this. I'm not sure I do either. Why would somebody like Princess Diana need a vocal coach? Well, I mean she saw the Martin Luther interview and felt that she was very proud of herself in terms of the liberation of the conviction of her statement, but she didn't like the way that she sounded, and she didn't like the way that she looked. You know, because again, she was being submissive. And the voice was very breathy. You know, it was all sort of slightly and well there are three people in this marriage rather like this as opposed to having weight gravitas, a feeling of her own sovereignty. And of course that's what that was the particular spell. If you like, that I shared with her and worked with her on. I mean, there were references because I'd worked with a number of other senior states people before Diana, and one of them was Margaret Thatcher, who, of course, moved from this pseudo upper middle class that she'd acquired at Oxford. But it was all terribly a sort of like this, you know? And birded income who was the communications director of the Conservative Party said, I think that Margaret needs to find weight. So there was always an already an example there. You know that Margaret and I worked together in the commons, very early in the morning. You know, after a session had finished, and I had her bowling her voice across the chamber of the commons, so that she became really into that notion of. Oh, no, mister kinnock, you know? And everybody said, oh, wow, the iron lady steps forth. Did it take a long time for you to develop trust a relationship with Princess Diana? Oh no, that was a medium. She was such a darling. It was immediate. What? Why do you think that was? Because she'd been betrayed by so many people including arguably her husband. I was thinking it was to do with Mara, you see that she completely implicitly trusted Mara burney. Mara Bernie was a surrogate mother to Diana unofficially speaking, you know? And Diana was just so yielding and surrendering. This was part of the difficulty, and one of the things that I needed to do was to suggest to her, psychological boundaries, energetic boundaries, because she was just completely open, spilling out everywhere, trying to find a way of using her love as a depth charge to bring people in whom she could connect with on an empathic level. Wow, now you tell a story that made me giggle about going to the movies with Princess Diana, please share it. Well, Diane, I love to be daring, love to be ordinary, you know, she was very aware of the extraordinary native nature of her status. But at the same time she loved being kitchen sink. You know, she loved to be extremely ordinary. And was a very physically oriented woman. Meaning that she was very in tune with her body, so she swam every day. She worked out every day. You know, she wasn't living in an ivory tower of cerebral ization. She was very alive within the quicker nature of her body. And so she was always trying to find escape roots away from formality. Because after all, what she did was to really introduce us to another way of being away from the formal, the patriarchal formal. And so one day, she said, let's go to the movies. And I said, what do you mean go to the movies? And so let's go to the movies and I said, what are you talking about? And she said, well, what I do is I'll wear it as skies. So I said,
A highlight from We finally know if Justin Timberlake personally talked to Britney Spears after the backlash. Will Smith admits he used to vomit after having an orgasm. Hannah Brown didnt think her husband was on The Bachelorette from night one.
"Hello. Welcome to the naughty but nice show. I'm your host rob shooter, a dear friend Mark lupo is joining us for a special Thanksgiving Day edition haylie, are you there? Hey, rob Happy Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving. I'm looking at the zoom and I see you're back in your childhood bedroom, which means dories is literally feet away from you. Is that right? She's cooking right now and she says Happy Thanksgiving to you rob and all the Nazis. Darius is mark's amazing mommy if you haven't figured that out by now. Oh, I'm looking around Mark. Is that a complete and Fitch poster behind you? Yeah, I used to work there when I was in college. I brought home a poster and here it is. Very sexy. Did you steal it or were you allowed to take it? A little bit of both. Which is always the case. We've got a bit of gossip. So let's jump into the show. Hey, my Friends. What time is it? It is. Time. So we finally know if Justin Timberlake has spoken to Britney Spears personally after the backlash about that documentary and everything that's been going on in her conservator's ship. So while Justin has apologized on social media on Instagram following the initial backlash after the documentary, a new report reveals that he has not yet personally reached out the sexy back singer. He's open to a conversation with Brittany, but he hasn't done it yet. Why is he waiting Mark? You know, rob Justin has really lived like a king for the past 20 years, living off of the misfortunes of Brittany of Janet Jackson. Yes. And now it's like we're finally calling him out and rob my hope is for this Thanksgiving that Britney and Janet come together. They do a song and they read Justin for filth. What do you think? You've got you've got you've got a devilish mind, but B I like it, so Hollywood life is reporting that Justin loves Brittany and he'd like to see her again. He loves seeing that she's embraced all the good in the world, all these nice quotes, but they also point out that it was revealed in the documentary framing Britney Spears that just didn't actually leaked to the media that Britney wasn't a virgin following their split, and this led to some very hurtful headlines, as she said, mom, it's taken nearly 20 years for Justin to apologize. Remember that song he wrote about her? He went hard. Like, he used the breakup to turn himself into a super, superstar. We didn't notice at the time we thought he was great. I did too. Now we're figuring out who this is not quite as good as I thought and yes, he has apologized on Instagram, but it took him 20 years and a New York Times documentary to make him do so. Now the Janet Jackson documentary is as it is painting Justin in a terrible light he should call these ladies, what do you think? You know what, when I hear his songs now, I just want to turn the channel on. I don't want to hear him. I'm kind of like, you look on Twitter. People are over him. You know, I think he's kind of canceled right now, and I think he needs to take a seat. Take a break from. It's interesting. Cory, who co hosts on Fridays. Corey told me that the black community really walked away from him about 20 years ago after Janet. Because Janet was the one that got all the blame for that little nipple at the Super Bowl just in giggled about it. His career went on hers did not. And so now maybe there is a reckoning and he hasn't reached out to Brittany. He should give her a call. I wouldn't take her. I don't know. Which brings us to our poll question of the day. Justin has not spoken to Britney personally, should he reach out to her? Should he pick up the phone? Forget doing it on social media for doing it for the whole world to see. I often find this in life too. Don't apologize to me on Instagram. Only text me. Like you know my number. Text me. Okay, go vote on our Twitter page at naughty nights or a Facebook page, which is naughty. And be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results loopy what are you working on? I have a very special Thanksgiving treat for you. So in the honor of Thanksgiving, Will Smith is sharing or maybe oversharing some of his deepest and darkest secrets rob. Okay, so we'll reveal that he turned into what he called a gag prone ghetto hyena, sexually. After his girlfriend, Melanie cheated on him.
See the list of Grammy nominees
"Some are very upset, okay? Shout out to Jay-Z, who made history by becoming the most nominated artist in Grammys, history with 83 nominations total. John batiste leads this year with 11 nominations Justin Bieber. Doja Cat, her and Olivia Rodrigo all landed high on the list and Selena Gomez finally got her first nomination, but let's talk about the stars. Who are lashing out, you guys? Miley Cyrus lashing out dramatic. Miley Cyrus tweeted in good company while linking an article titled 30 artists who have not won Grammys, Machine Gun Kelly was a bit more blunt, writing, WTF is wrong with the Grammys. Esther, since you are our music Queen, we're writing all the songs. Yes. Find those boots with that money. Tell me. Let me tell you what these booths I got the money, but I never got a Grammy. Okay, so how important is our Grammys? Well, I don't know how important it is 'cause I got the boots. But then I start family. I'm scared. You got some shiny, you know? When it is, it's like when people, I've never like, I didn't get a Grammy for fireworks. S&M what's my name? Mister rapo. Keep going. Keep going. I went on my side, fireworks got a Grammy. I didn't.
A highlight from Billie Eilish & Finneas - 'No Time to Die' & 'Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry'
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to a very special 415th episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood reporters awards podcast. On the host Scott feinberg, and my guest today have only been on the scene for the last 6 years, but they are already two of the biggest pop stars in the world. With their music streamed and videos played, literally billions of times. They're already instantly known by one name in the way that Madonna prince and Brittany, but few others ever have been, and, in a freak odds defying occurrence right up there with one family producing arguably the two greatest women's tennis players of all time, these two happened to be siblings and best friends. Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell. Described by NPR as two of the most influential artists on earth right now, their collaborations, most of which have been recorded in O'Connell's childhood bedroom, have been co written by the two, produced by him and feature vocals by her, starting with the 2015 SoundCloud upload ocean eyes, then the 2017 EP don't smile at me. And subsequently two albums, both of which debuted atop the billboard 200 chart. The first was 2019s when we all fall asleep, where do we go? At one point, 12 of its 14 songs were simultaneously on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, along with two others by Eilish for a total of 14 besting by one Cardi B's record for a female artist. The album's 5th single, meanwhile, bad guy became her first song to top the Billboard Hot 100 dethroning Lil Nas X's old town road after it spent a record breaking 19 weeks in the top spot. And making Eilish, the first artist born in this millennium to have a number one song on the Billboard Hot 100, and the youngest female artist to do so since lord, with royals. Just the year after its release, the album was ranked among Rolling Stones 500 greatest albums of all time. The second album released in July was happier than ever. 6 of its 16 singles cracked the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, the highest charting being therefore I am, which reached number two. The duo were big winners at the Grammys in 2020 and 2021. In 2020, Eilish won 5 and O'Connell won 6 statuettes. He became at just 22, the youngest ever winner of producer of the year. And she became only the second person after Christopher cross, the first female and the youngest person ever at 18 to win all four main Grammy categories. Best new artist, record of the year, song of the year and album of the year in a single year. Her album of the year win also made her the youngest ever winner in that category, breaking Taylor Swift's record. And at the end of that ceremony, O'Connell said, we wrote an album about depression and suicidal thoughts and climate change. We stand up here confused and grateful. Then, in 2021, they each picked up two more Grammys. One each for the single everything I wanted, which one record of the year, making Eilish the first solo artist since Roberta Flack in 1973 and 1974 to win that category two years in a row. And the other for No Time to Die, the theme song for the 25th Bond film of the same name, which was recognized as the best song written for visual media. A quick side note, the song's inclusion in the film made Eilish the youngest artist ever to write and record a Bond song. And people clearly liked it. It debuted at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, months before the film's release. Eilish, who was still just 19 has been described by The New York Times as one of the planet's biggest pop stars. By The Guardian, as a strong contender for the voice of her generation, and by V magazine as the new pop archetype, arguably the Britney Spears of Generation Z no less an authority than Elton John has said, I don't think there's ever been such a young pop artist to write songs that are so personal. Billie Eilish's songs come from within her. She reminds me of Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, a totally old soul from a vocal point of view, she doesn't sound like anybody else today. O'Connell, meanwhile, is now 24, and has been described by The New York Times as a pop star's secret weapon. Lately, he has been producing for not just Eilish, but others, too, including Camila Cabello and Selena Gomez. And November brought the release of his debut album as a solo artist, optimist, which he wrote performed arranged and produced entirely on his own, save for the first tracks violin and cello. This Oscar season, Eilish and O'Connell could factor in to two different categories. In the best documentary feature race, look out for RJ cutler's documentary feature. Billie Eilish the world's a little blurry, which impressively chronicles both siblings rise to prominence. And their bond song is the tune to beat in the best original song contest. Having already been recognized as the years best original song at the
A highlight from Chrissy Teigen slammed for post about eyebrow transplants she responds! Tori Spellings husband absent from family Christmas card photo. Caitlyn Jenner talks Ellen DeGeneres feud, even wanting Kris to ban Kardashians from Ellens talk show.
"Very thankful for you rob shute. But also thankful for the Nazis for embracing us and enjoying this little silly show that we do. I know my nose just talk to Lauren Lauren filled in on Mandy Garrett off this week for Thanksgiving and Lauren is so excited to be part of this. We all are excited to be part of this little community that we have creative, but I don't look at the charts now every ten minutes. I used to and I started, however Lauren does. So all day long she's been tracking the podcast charts and apparently we're doing very well around the world. We chart in France and London and all over the place so Laura, thank you for making me feel really special today and Thanksgiving. I'm grateful for you, Donny and the naughties too. Hey, let's jump into the show because we've got so much gossip to get to. What time is it my Friends? It is. Tea time. Chrissy Teigen is once again facing backlash. So this time she's coming under
A highlight from Chris Griffin: HALIO Athletica Founder & Veteran
"Now guys, back to the episode, baby. To me, it's a great deal. And I feel like a majority of veterans, I think have a very similar, emotional attachment to the opportunity to be able to serve in the armed forces. Yes, it's an all volunteer force, but again, it's not everyone has the opportunity to be able to serve. And it's very unfortunate for those. It could be a medical condition that could be a variety of things that keep them from serving. But there are a lot of other ways that you can serve and be a civil servant and be in work for the air force. And a lot of what the military does now not to go off on a tangent to where if you are a civil servant and you still are part of the air force, you're still a part of the Marine Corps, you still are in airmen to end the way that we recognize it as a whole. It might not necessarily be how society defines it, but again, if you're a part of the team, you're part of the mission you are in airmen. For me, the ability to be a part of a legacy and a history where all these incredible airmen that came before me and accomplished these amazing things. And to be a part of that legacy and history is great for me as wanted to be able to add the kinds of
Daniel Craig Is Appointed An Honorary Commander By The Royal Navy
"Daniel craig the actor who plays gene who has played Fifteen years now of the same rank in the royal british navy as his onstream double seven counterpart commander really the royal navy gave him an official rank in the royal british navy. I was kind of cool. Yeah no really. I don't know how anyone saying. Have them right. I mean i'll give honorary but still that's
A highlight from Episode 331: Salty, Not Bitter (Feat. Sean Garrett and Ar'mon & Trey)
"Angela yee. I'm juju Maguire. Mom, sorry. You know, I was first trained. I thought we were so. Okay, all right. All right, we're gonna do take two. What's up is it Angela Yi? I'm Gigi McGuire. And my mom, I'm straight. All I'm Sean Garrett. So Gary, really showed up and shout out. Okay. Had to come and spend a black real quick real quick. Listen, you have a great couple of weeks with this number one. I mean, all right, our respect to Sean Garrett, let's give him his flowers while he's here. But it also has been on top of that. An incredible couple of weeks too. And I know that feels good for you. Not those amazing, actually, we just want number one that he no one out in the country. Congratulations. That's beautiful. We all have. Yeah, so progressive summer lbn. The whole squad, you know, just been a lot of work and a hard year damn, yeah. That was good. Swimming again. I'm happy for her. She's putting a lot of work. And she's definitely thank you. Let's be let's give you your flowers too, though. She did thank you as well. Honestly, out of all our people I ever did, number one is for. She's like the first one that believe it or not, she was the first one to publicly thank me, you know what I'm saying? Oh, so important. You know, because sometimes it does so much for people and to get some credit. Yeah. You know, she's a really sweet sweet woman. And I had, you know, I had a lot of fun working with summer. But by the way, she deserves extra kudos because she did this she recorded a lot of this record pregnant. Wow. You know what I'm saying? So she was coming. She was actually coming to the studio. All the way up until she was recording her 9th. Damn, is that patient? Yeah, Gary, you almost made her water break. But. You won't come to the studio. She was a child. She was an she's definitely a trooper. She did. She did a thing, man. She pulled through even days that, you know, it was really hard for her. She still came through and put the energy together. And Alan this so relatable to us women. Now, I'm on and show you here. You guys, if I'm Detroit, and we have actually seen some documentation of your relationships so how much of that do you put in your music? Confusion, you know, bro, so I would say recently, you know, like, from our album, what we were talking about, you know what I'm saying? It was something we went through within our relationships and stuff like that. Was it like pasta from maybe like two, three years ago to me, we would spend our day, didn't really correspond with our relationship. Now, but the one now, I feel like this album we got really personal, you know, we kind of let the fans get to know us more with stuff. We went through experience that being fathers, you know what I'm saying? For the first time. So it was a lot of that in there. So both of you are fathers. Your daughters, right? Say you both have one daughter? Yes. How random is that that you have both had a daughter? I don't know. It's crazy. What's crazy is when he, you know, he was going to be a dad. Me, I'm like, oh, no, I'm having to hear right now. We play way too. A week later. I'm like, all about 26. 6 30. Then all of a sudden I didn't woke up. I'm like, I was just talking. It felt like a week later, you ended up telling me I was like. Like, damn. Yeah, it's crazy. It changed your whole life. Shaun, you found out you were having a kid. How was that? So young as hell, scared. How old were you? She loves him. I mean, but you know, like, beautiful thing is, you know, already kind of had, I think my mom, you know, I lost my mom O two. So I think my mom had prepared me for life already to the point, like, you know, I was really like, I pee a lot of creative to my parents. For a lot of things that has been positive for me. Because, you know, she just got me ready for the world. My mom was just more so like, speaking as if she wasn't going to be here, which is really strange. You know what I'm saying? But, you know, my mom was just really instrumental in my life, just teaching me the ground floor, stuff that you can always fall back on. Like loving yourself or oh, definitely loving your kids. Right. She just did a lot of things that I felt like I can pass on now. You know what I'm saying? That makes sense. Yeah. How did your mom feel when you told her? Kids run rampant in Nathan. Yeah, we got a lot of students, you know, but I feel like she felt like it wasn't a time but she still ended up getting excited. But at first it was like, you know, like, already, but you know, like, me and bro we hard workers. We've been grinding for a long time. So I feel like she knew who was gonna be real responsible at the same time. Even though she felt like it wasn't really the right time. Eventually, you know, she was, you know, real supportive. It was a her grandkid. She's gonna love it. She was having a few years. You know what I'm saying? So, yeah, grew up in the church singing. Performing in everything from how young? Yeah, it was like really young. I would say like we wasn't in like a choir until we got a teenage stage, but as far as being in church, it was from and singing and doing music from when we was like little boys. About think about 13, 14 when we started and acquired. And when yesterday I do it is from music about putting dick on his spine. I was going on. I mean, you did that. I put dick on his bike. Yeah. I mean, I mean, we're not. Okay. You just woke up. What happened? So you write in a song, right? And he came up with the line, put that dig on their spine. Now, originally, I'm like, damn. Harsh. That's hard. Going crazy. Pain. Bro, we got to get straight to the point. You could be paralyzed. Oh, okay. And then that's when I started putting out this stuff in there that she's not looking. It wasn't really my energy. You know, like, did you like straight to the point? I feel like a lot of our songs like before, even when it came to, you know what I'm saying talk about sex. It was real chill. You know what I'm saying, laid back. I don't know. We just got in the studio and was just writing the song and I'm just like, bro, if you really want to be real, my verse is PG-13 compared to yogurt. So I just want to let you know, but I don't know, I don't know. We get different vibes in the studio. One day we may talk about this. But that really stands out to me. So let me ask all the guys in the room and then me and D.C. you going to talk about this. So when you have sex with a woman, right? Is it like a baz of honor if she's hurt or can't walk from it? You want to kill the pussy? No, it's just like having a freakiest time. I mean, that for me is just like having a woman,
A highlight from Kim Gave Pete a Hickey?!, Tayshia Adams & Zac Clark SPLIT - Daily Pop 11/23/21
"Today I'm daily pop. It's the breakup rocking bachelor nation. Tasha and Zach have called it quits and we know what went wrong. Plus Jennifer Lawrence disappeared from Hollywood and she's finally telling us where she went and we're celebrating the Iman's big win on Dancing with the Stars. You gotta hear what he told us right after the shocking finale. Back with me today are Morgan Stewart McGraw and singer songwriter and star of clash of the cover bands Esther, please give her a hand dean, everybody. Was there no coffee? By the way, there is anyone in this studio. I feel like we just keep going live, no intros. It's all happening, right? All right. Well, you guys, it is Thanksgiving week and everyone is excited, but nobody's more jacked than me. After my interview of Mariah Carey, you gotta see what happened. What are you doing for Thanksgiving? I'm coming to your home. You're so invited. You're oh my gosh, I really, I really have a few friends that would love you and that would love to meet you. And the kids would love you and this would be festive. If you want to come for Thanksgiving, we're gonna be here. I'm making greens, okay? I'm not playing with you. First of all, why do I look like a crackhead? It's not your best, but it doesn't effing matter
A highlight from Janet Jackson just had a cryptic response to Justin Timberlakes disgusting reaction to her wardrobe malfunction. Adele in tears after being reunited with her beloved teacher. Jennifer Lawrence reflects on her nude photo hack
"Welcome to the naughty burden I show I'm your host rob shooter. It's a bright Tuesday here in New York City, joining us is even more bright, misdeed, Elena Dixon misty, where in the world are you today? Hello, mister shooter. Well, I am back in Georgia. And I have to say, it's a little chilly here as well. I'm staying inside. You know what? I've got my Diana, the voice of change book by Stuart peers. So I'm learning all about Diana. She would have been 60 this year. 60 interesting you said that. We actually taped yesterday an interview with Stuart Stuart used to be Princess Diana's vocal coach and friend, and we did a special bonus podcast that will be airing this week. It is a teaser tea. Hey, let's jump into today's show because there's so much gossip to get to what time is it my Friends? It is. Big story at the top of the show, so Janet Jackson just put out a very cryptic response to Justin Timberlake's what some people are saying disgusting reaction to her wardrobe malfunction. So after the release of malfunction, the dressing down of Janet Jackson, which is our new documentary by the same people that brought us the Britney Spears, doctor. Now Janice herself has something to say. So the 55 year old singer took to social media with a very cryptic post just hours after the new documentary launched premiered on Hulu. She said the following. Not sure if you got the memo. But we're not competing anymore. We're appreciating and uplifting each other in stead. What does she mean? It's been 17 years since this gone down the whole broadgate that happened at the halftime show, and I'm sure Janet just wants to put it behind her. I mean, she's become a mother. She's toward the world. I think two times over or maybe even more since this has happened. And for them to keep bringing it up to keep talking about it. I'm sure she's tired of it. I know I would be put my boobies and leave them alone. Janet didn't mention the documentary outright. Fans quickly noticed that one of its subjects a person in the documentary Justin Timberlake himself responded by liking the post. Now, sources tell me that Janet has never actually gotten over this. And what she means by that quote, is that after this incident happened, which involved two people instead of competing to see who was to blame, she wish herself and Justin had worked together to find a solution to this. Let's not forget Janet was left holding the bag, so to speak, Justin's career went on fine, a couple of weeks later, he was at the Grammys on CBS where he won the Janet pretty much disappeared and it really, really, really affected her career. Some people believe for over a decade. So at the time, CBS forced her to apologize years later, Janet told Oprah that she regretted actually doing that apology. Meanwhile, Justin just joked about it at first, he told Entertainment Tonight, some silly nurse later he did offer an apology, but I think we can say it was Justin that got away with this not Janet, which brings us to our poll question of the day. Janet Jackson has just put out a cryptic response to what some people are saying is Justin Timberlake's disgusting reaction to her wardrobe malfunction should Janet tell all should she tell all she was there she knows what happens we still to this day don't really know her side of the story. Was this planned? Did he do it? Was he in on this? Had they sat together? What was going on? Should she tell all or should she say nothing can be, don't forget to vote on our Twitter page at naughty, nice rob at Facebook page is naughty or sip, you can leave a comment there. And be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results, mister love, what are you working on? Oh, well, Adele is breaking down in tears. I'm gonna tell you why. So she was surprised on stage by one of her favorite school teachers who she hadn't seen in 20 years. So a doll returned home to London to perform at the London palladium. And during the performance she was asked by Emma Thompson, you know, just her famous friend. If she had anybody who encouraged her when she was growing up. So Adele said, I had a teacher at chestnut grove. It was a school in South London. Maybe you know it rob, and it was miss McDonald. She got me into English literature, but she also did street dance and she was just so bloody cool and so engaging. She really made us care. Okay, it was then that miss McDonald popped up. It was revealed she was in the audience and she came on stage. She hugged Adele and the Dell, of course, was like, I didn't know you were gonna be here. It was just such a sweet reunion rob. Do you have a favorite teacher that really encouraged you to become the man that you are? Misses Higgins changed my life. I was about 13 or 14 years old, maybe 12. I remember her name to this day. She was the art teacher at school. I wasn't particularly gifted in art, but I was very much wanting to express myself and I felt different to all the other little boys and girls in that school not only was my arm damaged, I was in the closet I was gay, but I didn't know what that meant back then and it's a very working class industrial town, where people didn't talk about these things, so hand me a paintbrush and suddenly I felt really free, but I remember her to this day. Let me say her name again, misses Higgins. Who's yours, mister Elayna Dixon? Oh, mine would be miss grace. So when I was in junior high, I love to sing. And she was my music teacher. So she was actually, you have an amazing voice, so she would come to my house. We would take voice lessons. She could tell when your voice was changing. You were going through changes. And when you were in junior high. And she just kind of fostered my love of singing. I'm a second soprano for anybody who wanted to know. Thank you very much. It's amazing. You don't have to be a teacher to change someone's life. Try and do something really nice for somebody today. You're not going to remember it, but they will. Moving along Bobby Flay has struck a three year deal with the Food Network. So if you remember a couple of weeks ago, it was reported that Bobby Flay was leaving the network will now they have come to terms so Bobby wanted a $100 million to stay. That's after guy for yeary. He got about $80 million in a very competitive guy and Bobby Flay. So this looked impossible. It wasn't going to happen. Now suddenly they came to a compromise. My sources are telling me that discovery who own the Food Network was so angry with him. They cut off talks. They just said, goodbye, not going to work after 27 years. They felt as if they were being almost like shook down with this crazy demand that's a lot of money, but when you think about all the shows he does beat Bobby Flay, Bobby on the coast. There's a like about three or four shows he has on that network. They do raise a lot of money. So I hit the phones, my sources tell me he didn't get a $100 million, but he got a lot a lot a lot a lot of money. So with this, I think worked out for everybody. They say to know your word, but it gets me very, very scared when I go in and even ask for a small raise. I don't think I've got the huts there to ask for anything like that mystery. What about you? You know me. I have the hardest time asking for anything. Could you please pass the salt? Oh my goodness. I hope I said that correctly. But we have to think about Bobby Flay.
A highlight from New series: dot com (episode one)
"If you had told me when I was 12, that one day I would have a machine on my desk at home that would answer any question that I had. You know, I would have said, well, that's crazy. That's never gonna happen. And then here comes the rub if you'd said to me, it will all be free. I would have said, now I know you're crazy. Now I know you're talking nonsense. And yet I'm living in that world now. I mean, what kind of Brave New World are we living in? I mentioned Star Trek earlier and we're living the Star Trek now. It's the sum of all human knowledge, the 5th most visited website in the world. Anyone can edit it. It's the only top ten website whose founders aren't multimillionaires, or multi billionaires. It's written entirely by volunteers. Plus, it's free. I'm Katie puckering. I use Wikipedia every single day. I use it in my work. I get a B in my bonnet when I see something on TV that I don't think is right and I got a fact check it. I see something interesting on my daily walk, and I have to research it, right now, I'm looking up myself and right off the bat, I'm cracking up because the picture they have of me is just horrendous. I'm all red and sweaty, and there's a vain bulging out of my forehead. So, great. Thanks for that. Wikipedians. I want to know who do I blame? Who do I call? Who are these people behind the screen? The brains behind the words. How did something that started off so small become so huge? And in a world where the line between fact and fabrication can get a little blurry, can we trust it? This is dot com, the Wikipedia story, episode one. Don't bite the newbies. Facebook, Twitter, they all point to Wikipedia. Yeah, sure, it's just a little website. Yeah, but it's not. For many people Wikipedia is this mysterious kind of box that they come in they read. There's so much more to it, the philosophy so much bigger than that. You'll never see the horizons of this thing. It's bigger than you. It's bigger than everybody. It's bigger than anything we've ever known.
A highlight from Nicki Minaj Slays RHOP Reunion, Janet Jackson's Wardrobe Malfunction Doc - Daily Pop 11/22/21
"A big show for you today. We got the top moments from the America music awards, and of course the outrageous fashion. Plus, what we just learned about nipple gate and the documentary and Tarek and Heather el Moussa are here straight after their honeymoon. We're getting all the dirty deets. Happy Monday, everybody. Let me hear it for daily pie. I am here with Morgan Stewart McGraw. And we are joined by singer songwriter and star of clash of the cover bands ester dean, everybody. All right, y'all Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson's Super Bowl disaster just got put on full blast. Thanks to the FX Hulu documentary malfunction that drop Friday night. Now almost two decades later, one of the show's producers says, she
A highlight from Britney Spears slams Christina Aguilera for refusing to speak on conservatorship. Melissa Gorga: Theres no excuses for Ramona Singers behavior. Pete Davidsons SNL cast members comment on Kim Kardashian relationship
"Welcome to the naughty button nice show. I'm your host rob Schurter. It's Monday. And we have a very special guest today. A dear friend Lauren is joining us here on the show hey Laura. How are you? I'm great. I'm a little brain dead, but I'm always good. How are you? No, I find the best way to always do a podcast is when one's brain is a little a little off. Perfect. Perfect. That's me. So I got you, got you covered. It's really a wild day. Idea for a Garret from Z 100 is awful week, so Garrett a lovely time wherever you are in the world with your family. Let's jump in. Hey, my Friends. What time is it? It is tea. Tea time. Thank you. Look, you remember this. I know. Big story at the top of this show. So Britney Spears is slamming Christina Aguilera, who refused to actually speak out and defend Britney Spears or say anything about the conservatorship, so Britney has some choice words for her old nemesis friend, anime, frenemy, I'm not quite sure who she is Christina. Christina was at the Latin Grammy Awards and obviously she was asked on the red carpet. What do you think about Brittany being released from her conservatorship? Now, this is just one O one PR. If you turn up with a celebrity on a red carpet, who knows Britney Spears, even if they just have met her once, the question the reporter's gonna ask is about Brittany. Christina said, she didn't really want to talk about it. She looked at her publicist and the publicist said no, I'm sorry. We're not doing that tonight and then Christina added I can't before adding, I'm so happy for her. Britney saw this exchange and wrote the following quotes. I love an adore everyone who supported me, but refusing to speak when you know the truth is the equivalent of telling a liar. What do you think? Brittany, you gotta give Christina a little bit of slack here. Cut her just a little bit. It's not her, it's her publicist, rob, you know this, right? I mean, your publicist says something, you gotta roll with it or you're in deep crust, okay? I mean, it's true. It's true. Christina also, she probably should have been prepared for this question like you said, but you know what? That also wasn't her fault. Let's blame it on the publicist, or maybe he just said, we're not going there, so don't even worry about it. I have it covered. Yeah, Britney, I don't know. I just give her I give her leeway, though, right? Brittany, she can say what she wants to say right now. Yeah, it is regardless. Tricky, you've worked lots and lots of red carpets. And the most experienced celebrities come prepared to answer any question that is. Now, these two were in the Mickey Mouse club together, obviously they had that sort of competition throughout the years that I think was generated a lot by the media, but she should have no one she was going to be asked now. I will defend Christina for one second here and I know you're not going to want to hear it, but in June when Brittany did that really emotional testimony, one of the first people to actually speak up was Christina and she penned a series of tweets about Britney's situation. She concluded with, quote, to a woman who has worked under conditions and pressure unimaginable to most she's talking about Brittany, I promise you she, Britney deserves all the freedom possible or to fulfill her happiest life, my heart goes out to Brittany. She deserves all the true love and support in the world. So this brings us to our poll question of the day. It could go either way here, but it's because he's slamming Christina Aguilera for refusing to speak about the conservative ship. Should have Christina said something. It's quite easy to just say my heart breaks for her. I'm so happy that she's free. That's all you have to say. I get it. You don't want to turn your interviewer into some other thing. You don't want to make it about another star or every celebrity. I self absorb or our own products. I don't want to talk about Britney. I don't know what Kim Kardashian peas, but I know you're going to ask, but you can give a very, very short quick answer and move on.
A highlight from Harvey Keitel - 'Lansky' [LIVE]
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the 414th episode of awards channel. The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. I'm Scott feinberg, the host, and also a trustee professor at Chapman university's Dodge college of film and media arts. And this is a special live episode being recorded at Chapman's felino theater in orange, California in front of an audience of my students and other members of the community of this great film school. Today we are honored to be joined by a brilliant actor who made his name in the new Hollywood of the 1960s and 1970s in films like main streets and taxi driver. Who was a pivotal figure in the indie boom of the 1980s and 1990s in films like reservoir dogs, the piano and Pulp Fiction, and who continues to do great work well into the 21st century. A product of the celebrated actor studio with which he has remained associated ever since. He has worked with many of the finest filmmakers of his time. Often, in the ultimate compliment to an actor, more than once. Indeed, 6 times with Martin Scorsese, three times with James tobac, twice with Ridley Scott, Alan Rudolph, Jane campion, Abel Ferrara, Wes Anderson, and of course, Quentin Tarantino, and the list goes on.
A highlight from 36. Mac Brandt "The Whole Job Is the Hustle"
"All right, we're just excited to meet our guest this week. He's a true character actor that you've seen in dozens of TV shows and films. He's best known for his recurring roles on kingdom, Lovecraft Country elementary Arrested Development, prison break, and the night shift just to name a few. Please welcome to the show Mac brand. Hello, everybody. Hello, Matt. Welcome. Thank you for having me. I'm a little blown out with the sun here, but yeah, take down that iris. Who's your camera op? It's hard for me to get even more pale than I already am better. Right. The computer goes, I don't know what to do. I'm like powder. I don't even just comes out. I got a question. I got a question for you. You said your Chicago days. Yeah. Are you from there? Indiana, but I went up there at my first 5 years after college was Chicago. Okay, cool. Cleveland had. Born, baby. That's where I was born. Girls. Don't give me that. Never forget. Never forget game 7. You can be a Cleveland fan all you want for the cubs just rocked it. It's so hard 'cause you know you're there for you're there for 5 years and you wanna love the cubs, but like, you know, where you're born, it's like you can't shed it. But enough. Well, we're just doing it. No, no, no, but, you know, going to those games and you had no money and you just grabbed a $15 ticket and just got drunk in the stands because you're struggling actor with nothing to do in the middle of a work week. That was the best. He's the best. I used to live. I ran a bar and lived above it, two blocks down from Wrigley. What in my college days? I started at a place called the blarney stone. Oh, yeah. And then worked at a joint called to Italian place. Yeah, exactly. Dark account. Open a place called the dark horse and lived above that. Yeah. And, you know, for those day games, I'd like just be waking up from the night before. But I think rough rough. I'd stick my head out the window. There was a guy named Tyrone on the corner who scalped tickets. Like 5 minutes for the game, I'd say I'm like, Tyrone, how much a ticket? $50. I'm like, too much. And I go back and for a cup of coffee, I watched the first pitch and then I'd stick my hat out again and be like, come on, how much the ticket? Be like $10. I'm like, all right. Cool. And then I'd come down and grab a ticket. It's the best. Best way to spend a day. And so Chicago is was that your first market that you hit? Yeah, I hit it the day I was born. That was my home. Wow. Wow, you've been acting for a long time. I was born there. So, you know, my mom was my first agent, I guess. Right. No, so I went to Columbia college in Chicago. Nice little scan. Yeah, it was good. You know, this guy, it's tightened up a little bit. When I went there, it was a little it was open admissions and anybody could go there.
A highlight from Kim & Pete Are OFFICIALLY Dating, Britney's Fiance Spills on Wedding - Daily Pop 11/19/21
"Well, we'll have more on Adele later, but right now we have to talk about Kim Kardashian. Because Kanye is probably knee deep in that Adele album after seeing this photo of Kim and pee. She's getting do you see she's giving us thong Lear charged she is back in that. Selling skims everywhere she can. Damn it. And no makeup. No makeup. She's so beautiful with no makeup. I love her. I love the natural. See, that's what Pete brought. But you know what? This ain't over. Kanye ain't done, 'cause remember on drink champs, what he said? He said she is not giving me. Okay. Well, they know. I'm here with you. I'm here with you. You put the hand up. I said, let me stop. No, I put the hand out because first of all, I don't want to know he would Kanye. And you get to go back to the wheel and run away and go do your thing with Jeannie mime. And
A highlight from Adele still has insecurities after losing 100 pounds. Britney Spears says her parents should be in jail and teases an Oprah interview. Janet Jacksons Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction reexamined in shocking new doc
"How y'all doing today? What doing just good in fact, how you doing? Is the phrase of the day I'm on the Wendy Williams show. I know I taped it yesterday. Jerry Springer is filling in for Wendy today while she's still off. He's fantastic. He's a legend. Yeah, yeah. Well, don't throw any chairs, honey. That's all. No. Be careful. Know who's your father? Is that more? That's more perfect. They blur together at this point. Yeah, they're the same thing. So check out wedgie Williams today and I'll be on there doing some royal gossip and also to Jerry was so gracious. He let me plug my book the forward answer I know you're sick and tired of me talking about this book. But thank you thank you, Jerry. And let's jump into our show. Hey, what time is it my Friends? It is, geez. So Adele is opening up about her insecurities after losing a hundred pounds. She opened up to Oprah saying that after the weight loss, it really helped solve her chronic back pain. I didn't know that, but she's been in pain for years, but she has to admit she said there are still features of my body that I still don't like. Quote, I don't know if I feel different. I still have things about my body that I don't like. She told that to the face magazine in Britain. She also added that when she did the cover of vogue, people were trying to put her into sleeveless dresses, stylists were bringing out these beautiful, beautiful dresses, but they had no sleeves on them and Adele was like I ain't showing my arms. So your mom, I've never liked my arms, I'm not showing them. She went on to admit, yes, my arms are half the size they used to be, but that still doesn't mean I effing like that. You also apparently hate her feet. It just goes to show you that even when you get to your goal weight or even when that pimple on your face disappears. You still have insecurities. All of us even maybe the most famous singer in the world at the moment has insecurities. Yes, yes. So true. And you know, I actually interviewed a lot of people in the fitness world. And many of them had the trauma of being called fat when they were younger or just, you know, being made fun of with their appearance and no matter how great they look now, those emotional scars are still there. So psychological. They are deep. I thought that when I lost, you know, 40, 50 pounds, which I did over the pandemic that suddenly I would become Meghan Markle. I'd be prince Harry, I'd be so so happy and it doesn't happen like that. For me, the biggest change was not my way to put my mind and how I thought about myself and how I was kinder to myself. I used to think growing up that if I had two perfectly good arms, my arm was damaged when I was a little boy, that I would be really, really successful, and then I realized, you know what? Having an arm that's damaged has nothing to do with why I am successful or not, we all look to blame things so the next time you look in the mirror and you pray or you wish, gosh if I was just a little skinnier, if I was a little bit more pretty, my hair was a little bit more thick and luscious like yours Corey, I would be really, really happy.
A highlight from Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello SPLIT, Jennifer Lopez on Marriage - Daily Pop 11/18/21
"We missed you how was Puerto Rico? Oh, it was wonderful. New York was great. And we're all in blue. Look at that. Coordinated. Courtney. Well, by the way, these are not buttons, but that's okay. The ghetto you guys. I put them on. I'm like, oh, these fit two weeks ago. Wonder why. In the words of the great philosopher Luann de lesseps, money it can. But wait before we get into market shark comings. Let's talk about a major breakup. Shawn Mendes and Cabello have split after dating for over two years. They both posted this announcement. We've decided to end our romantic relationship, but our love for one another as humans is stronger than ever. We started our relationship as best friends and will continue to be best friends. Is it possible? No. She stayed best friends after a breakup. My care level on these two breaking up is so low. It's hard for me to fake it on this show. It is so nonexistent. Like, every day I kinda give a little daylight daytime TV. This is just great. Okay, I don't know. I'm happy that they're going their separate ways. This is just I'm so over it. Right? I think we were surprised. No. But you know what? Okay. 'cause I try to find something positive. At least they didn't get married. You know what? It was reaching the two year mark. When you reached two year mark, you usually you gotta step up. And I think that that might have had something to do with it. They're also very young still. They're like 25, 26. I mean, they're still not at the place where they need to be. I mean, they're very traditional. They're not as young as we think. But they're young. They're young. They're not getting married. They started dating in a pandemic. Then moved in with her parents in Florida. None of this told me that this relationship would last. I am sorry. When they were walking down zombies, having coffee outside in the heat of Florida, that's when I knew this is it. The minute she wore her grandy panties with like the sweats he never wear in front of a man. The minute she showed up in public in those, I was like, oh, she do style. She is not trying to get him to lift anything. They're awkward, you know. Those videos that video when she tried to make it really lusty and he was like, I'm gonna regret this and you could just feel it happening. Like, I'm all about Shawn Mendes. I'm all about Camila Cabello. I love them both individually. I'm actually really excited for them to go their own ways. I think that they'll be Friends. And they need to go be themselves and grow. They need to go grow and fulfill their potential. I feel like this relationship lasted so much longer than anybody thought and I'm now just like your best friends and they signed off Camilla and shunt great. Okay, we're all moving on to them. Well, they had different typeset too. Yeah. Same message, but a different type set. Thank you. That lets you know that they're already trying to be independent. I need him to do like, you know, get some grit on it. He dirty. By the way, is it gorgeous? Mix something you don't
A highlight from Britney Spears turned away her own mom who wants to reconcile. Meghan Markle sat down with Ellen DeGeneres in a surprise interview! Former Bachelorette Hannah Brown hooked up with Peter Weber while his Bachelor season was airing
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Coal sculpting is FDA cleared to reduce fat on the abdomen, flanks, thigh, bra fat, back fat, upper arm, and under the buttocks chin and jawline. Cool sculpting is not a treatment for weight loss. Rare side effects may occur. Cool sculpting may cause visible enlargement on the treated area after treatment and requires surgical intervention for correction. To learn more, visit cool sculpting dot com. All rights reserved by Allergan. That's cool sculpting dot com. Welcome to the naughty but nice shell. I'm your host rob shooter. Back with us his idea dear friend, Mark looper. Hey, welcome back. It's nice to see your face. When you are the best hey Mark, guess where I went last night. Where'd you go? Invited to the opening night of Princess Diana, the musical. How was it? It is full camp. It is fun. Ridiculous and delicious and so over the top and amazing. Although, guess who I bumped into there? Ramona singer from The Real Housewives of New York. 2000 people in a theater in New York, one person was not wearing a mask. Ramona. No. Oh God. Ramona. She had to be told to put her mask on now. We're all in this together Ramona but what made me really mad is she was sitting two rows in front of John Bon Jovi, who is a national treasure, and needs to be protected. At all costs full time. Yes. Oh my God. Forget the rest of us about protected dog bomb Jovi. Please. Singer. I posted a hilarious picture. I think it's hilarious. My Instagram at the naughty gossip. It's an usher holding up a sign in the theater on a paddle that says, please keep your masks on. Guess who's sitting right next to him without a mask? Oh my God. Go see Diana. It is delicious. Hey, let's jump into the show. We've got to save one time is it my Friends? It is. Tea time. Paychecks have this brilliant brilliant story. I can't get enough of it. So Britney Spears allegedly turned away her mummy who flew to LA to reconcile with her daughter. So Britney has cut off her mama Lynne spears now page 6 is reporting Lynn jumped on a plane after the conservatorship was ended in an attempt to reconcile with her oldest daughter but to no avail sources tell them quote Britney didn't even let Lin into her house. She is furious with her mom, Lynn tried several times to visit the home, but Britney shut her down. It's not hard to understand why Brittany is mad with her family for being complicit in this conservatorship that she was held under a 13 years, Britney wrote and then deleted the following quote, she secretly ruined my life she's talking about her mom, she went on to say my dad may have started the conservatorship, 13 years ago, but what people don't know is that my mom is the one who gave him the idea. Now also to mark, not helping linz spears the mummy is the fact that she asked Britney's estate to the cheeky devil for $650,000. To cover her legal fees. This is a mess, Britney wouldn't let her in, what do you think? Rob in the famous words of a YouTuber star Cris Crocker, leave Britney alone. I loved that video. What? Leave her liber alone. Why can't this family just stop? They're draining her for every penny. They're writing books. That's like, please give Brittany the space to real claim her life. That's what's gonna happen next. Linds already done one tale all book. I bet she does another one which brings us to our poll question of the day, so Britney Spears turned by your mom a who tried to reconcile with her, a question is, did Britney do the right thing go to our Twitter page at naughty nice robber Facebook pages naughty gossip you could leave a comment there, and as you know to check back tomorrow to hear your results. What are you working on? Rob I got a great one for you. Pete Davidson says he is not a good dater. I know. What? Let me explain. Okay, so Pete opened up about his first date preferences saying he likes to take out women to restaurants or to the movies. Okay. So Pete said, if you go to a great restaurant and even if thumb up, bloop date, it's like at least the food was great. He also said, I always found it to be that a movie is so easy because a movie, you don't even have to talk. You could be like, wow, explosion. Do you see that explosion? Or you could just laugh at the same thing and you could look at each other for a second. Now, rob I'm thinking to myself, like, a first date between him and Kim Kardashian. What did they talk about? Was it like, oh explosion? Did they mention Kanye? What do you think was going on there? I've got the first date Pete told her how fantastic she was on SNL always flatter people on the first date. So I didn't know what she said to Pete, but I think Pete flattered flattered her also get this mark breaking news. We just found out that Kim and P to spend his birthday together. So he rang in his 28th birthday gushy young 28th birthday Kim is in the photos with him. Do you know how we know about this flavor play of all people overflow? Shared a picture of the two of them together, they're also joined by Kim's mummy Christiana. So I don't know if that's very romantic. If you're on a date, your birthday and you've got your rumored girlfriend with you and her mom. Where does Flavor Flav come into this? So random. So
A highlight from Meghan Markle Talks STRUGGLE Before Royalty, Britney Spears Speaks Out - Daily Pop 11/17/21
"Under the conservatorship. Morgan and I are back with actress Lisa ray bacall. Oh, y'all. Meghan Markle. You love to talk about her. We got a sneak peek at Megan on Ellen tomorrow. And she's being hashtag relatable question mark. You used to come to this lot to audition all the time. Oh my gosh, completely. I would park at gate three, and then I would scoot on over and so nice as the security guards here would always say, break a leg, we hope you get it. Some drive in today was very different. But you auditioned that often that they knew you to save. I think they probably said it to everybody. That's why they were. I had this very, very old Ford explorer sport. And at a certain point, the key stopped working on the driver's side. So you couldn't get yourself in through the door, so after auditions, I would park at the back of the parking lot and I would open the trunk and climb in and then pull it shut behind me and crawl over all my seats to get out. That's how I would come to and fro. Good for her. So struggle. Listen, having car issues, I will say my key battery diet and I could not get into my car last week at coldwater canyon park. I want to know everyone but my relatable struggle. I had a baby in one hand. I had to Google with the other had to pop off the door handle. There's no door handle on my car to get the key out. So I know what it's like. Check out this. How about this? I know how it is to lose your key, and you have that big person you can't be looking for. I did not know that you could put your hand on the handle and it automatically opens up. That's a real, that's a real struggle. I mean, you have a real struggle for you. No. It was nice. Guys, I was at coercion report in my range for rage. And I couldn't call a regular tow truck because it's all about Kris Jenner's. I can't wait until he has an 8 month old baby and you're holding it and Googling and having to pop it off. But anyway, back to Meghan Markle. No, I get it. By the way, I have to say, I have nothing against Meghan Markle, and I am loving this side of her. I am so I think she is being smart. Because she realized that people like the actress Meghan Markle, they wanted to hate the duchess Meghan Markle. So what she's trying to do is she's trying to pivot and be more relatable and come back to earth. And she's doing just that, too, because people want to know. People want to know on both sides. Like, how did you get to where you are? And then what was going on over there? Let us know. Let us inside. For sure. Well, she looks you open. She doesn't know. We're like this. Yes, we'll keep going. I feel like I get the relatable play. But I just feel like it is a play. And you? I do. I feel like these conversations are premeditated. I think there's a publicist behind the scenes that's like talk about this. I don't think these stories, and there's nothing wrong with him. I believe everything she's saying. And I like her. And she's fascinating to watch. I don't think it's an off the cuff story that just popped up on Ellen. What is a pre interview right? I think most people when they go on talk shows except this one, we are a lot of off the cuff and why? Right. And most people have a plan before they go on. So I'm not singling out Meghan Markle in any capacity, but I just, I just want everything she's doing to work towards her benefit and not again. I don't think she's a fool, though. Here's the thing. I don't think she's just blurting out anything. And I do know that she probably can't talk about certain things, and she knows she can. You're right. You're right. You saw that Oprah interview. She talked about pretty much, I mean, I feel like there's not a lot left to do. We don't really really know. No, we don't know. We don't really know. It's some stuff, though the queen that said. 100%. And you know, when she did say, you know, where she said on Oprah, I'm not gonna repeat it because legally, you know, I might get my ass in trouble. But he was like, ha ha. We were not supposed to talk about that. So there are things that she will never talk about. But I'm here for her coming back into this stratosphere, and I'm here for her, you know, coming back down to earth and being one of them. A new beginning. So she deserves a new beginning. There's a life. You're like just gonna make her happy. She wants to settle back into this world for sure. Well, let's stay on the freedom bandwagon because Britney Spears is speaking out about the simple freedoms that we're taking away from her so long ago. Listen as she explains just how crazy
A highlight from Episode 330: Toxic Juice (Feat. Kountry Wayne)
"I'm switching it up. Yeah, I tried it. I tried to make it sound sense, but he might. But we do have something different. We're in it, leanna. I was actually here for the revolt summit and Gigi's been flying into New York every other week to record live service, so I thought it'd be nice to do it here. So just as a little introduction, Jennifer is here, we all know Jennifer from basketball wives. Yes. But I knew her way before that, since we were 14 years old, little kid, we got way, way back. And she's very nervous. I don't know what for. Are you nervous? Because I'm a version I've never been here. Oh, I mean, she lived service very. You were a basketball wife, you shouldn't be nervous. Y'all don't talked about way crazier things on there. Yeah, true. True. This is a safe space. I don't know. Y'all go in and bow. But it's a judgment free zone. Okay. It's okay to go in. All right, and country rain is here in the flesh. Yeah, you got country one here. You don't even know what to say. Everything. I say 2022 I'm gonna stop being could I be trying to be humble on one minute nobody feel bad is where but yeah, the one. Yeah, he is now humble because he was just talking about sound 'cause I was like, yo, would you let a woman if she had a lot of money and wanted to take care of you? Would you be damned that he was doing all that? They don't want to do nothing for me. And he don't like head. No, I don't like it. You don't got out of hand. Oh, they spit in the slobber. The year they started that slapping top of it. I don't know, if you say be like that. You should just be whatever, most of you guys. You're like a drive blowjob. It's like a dry blowdown. You drop a whatever natural voice. Don't pull it up bad from you. You don't want the mucus. Nope. You don't want a girl? What are you getting from? You heard a cry doing it? Crow. JC cries do I hit? I don't cry, but sometimes my eyes water and my nose start running. Oh, that's inconsistent. Take a sudafed. There's a hole. By the time I'm done, my whole face be with. Lashes off and everything. You're doing what a lizard. Face with. What about you, Dan? I wish you had thoughts on. Slappy head. I see, I'm not a sloppy person in general, so yeah, all of that does spitting. That's a little too much for me. So do you like wet pussy or no? Oh, yeah, I'm gonna make sure. It's gonna be weird. I just had to check. I love it. More. So are you so when you go down on a woman? Are you slappy? No spitting on it. No, I know where to go at. I used to be slapping I was young, but now I know where it goes. I go straight up. Gonna be doing all that. When I find it, I stick and I don't got ADD. He hit the same place. I mean, because listen, wouldn't that be weird too if a guy like spit on your button? Absolutely. You know what I hate when guys try to do when they try to suck on it a little? And they set too hard. It should be like, you know, just like you don't want teeth. It's like I could feel your cheek a little and then sometimes you shift and they think that mean you like it and you chase you. They try to get right back to that same spot. I had to move away. And then finally you have to be like, I'm running from there. So let me run. See how they talk about you? We haven't listened here, but you gotta pay attention, though. Listen, get her man, don't worry about her body. See if you get her mind her body gonna follow. Get her mind before that. If you sit start soon as you get in the bedroom, you don't lost. So, how do you start? And you gotta start a conversation and you gotta make a toxic conversation. Taxi. So by the time she gets, it don't matter what you do. 'cause you already conversation. Toss in this start in the mind, but then toss it. It releases a juice in your body. And that's what that is. That's fantastic juice. Yeah, so toxic juice. Start with her mind. You ain't doing nothing to it. Listen, are you sexed out yet? Say a stop. I do have a feel like you've had too much sex. No, okay, that's what I like to do. From day one, I told him my thing. I said, I don't even do nothing else. I get money, and I'm gonna make some love. That's a baby's apparently. I got spotted on a ten. About. Why he had a scratch his beer while he did. Absolutely. That's exactly.
A highlight from Bradley Cooper & Irina Shayk Spotted Together, SerenaWilliams on Red Table Talk - Daily Pop 11/16/21
"The new photos of Bradley and irina that is breaking the Internet and here to break it all down with me is Margaret Stewart McGraw. I love being intros. And Lisa ray, the real McCoy everybody. Damn. It's a bad bitches day. It was happening. She didn't know it. I feel the energy already. It's a good day. Don't you? You got vanilla and vanilla. Well, let's talk about it, honey because Bradley and arena has us doing a double take the exes walking arm and arm in New York over the weekend and it's got everybody confused. Do you guys think they're back together are they just that close? Oh, I think back to get. I think they're this is not an accident, right? This is definitely something where they want to be seen. This is calculated. They want to be spoken about. They could very easily just walk next to each other and not cause any chaos. There is a reason for this for this image to wanting to be portrayed out there. I concur. I concur, because they know about paparazzi. They know who they are. They know what they're doing. Correct. I mean, just be right. Okay. It's true. I mean, or it could just be 32° in New York. I mean. You are the best. They are custom to that too. For sure, I think you're right. I also have a valid point. Yeah. I think you know what would happen. You break up with a man. You don't see anybody for a long time. And you think the night before? No, no, you see, your man sees you out with Kanye West. Oh, somebody else wants you and all of a sudden it's like, let's give this another try. You know, men want things that other men want. You don't miss into the whale runs, dries, what you're saying. Yeah, I also feel like that Kanye thing. Like, even looking back at that or thinking about it, like, we don't actually know what happened. They were not ever photographed together. They were in the same place. He could have just talked to her about givenchy all night. Like, we have no idea. If a man knew to the South of France on a private jet? It's Kanye. What the man can do it? Yes. No big deal. Agreed, agreed. We're seeing we've done this, we know. I'm so sorry. Arena shake is a single mother. You think I am leaving my child for four nights to go play dress up with Kanye West? No boo. I'm taking the undressed with Kanye West at that point. But that's you. Yeah, I don't know. I think that the Hyundai the Kanye arena thing is such a blip, but I definitely feel like they want us to think about whether or not they're together and there's a reason for that. Which means they're probably reestablishing themselves as some sort of public couple. So stay tuned is what you're saying. I think so. I think so. So let's play a game. Okay. Let's say they're not together. Okay. Could you be this close when an X? We've seen Gwyneth Paltrow and herb ex-husband do it. We've seen other people consciously a couple. Could you be this close with the next? I could. If I was not dating anybody else and I was single, that mean I would not be disrespecting my relationship? Absolutely. If I'm still cool and Whistler close and even if I wanted him to hit it the night before him, we can do that 'cause we're grown. Right? Right. Oh, so you say it again? I agree. I think that it's one of those situations. Also, all the people that you mentioned and these two, it's different when you have children. And we spoke about this yesterday. I think the co parenting aspect is like, if you're not gonna work out romantically, you guys have your time to mess around. You've created a child. The priority needs to be about that kid. So yes. I also think road to becoming friends after a breakup in a divorce is much different. These two broke up. They didn't have to go through the messiness of the legal of the mudslinging of all that all those things. Yes. All you have to do was pack his bags and go to two doors down to the next apartment building over here and start living his life. So I think when you break up after four years, it's much different than when you divorce after four years. Yeah, I agree with that. I think divorce also creates chaos and just messiness that maybe isn't even there from the beginning, but then when you language gets involved and people get involved it gets crazy. Well, somebody has to be wrong. Yeah. In a divorce. Yeah. And then someone has to take the responsibility. Right. And the accountability. And there's always some, yeah, exactly. And I look great together. I mean, it's really ridiculous, how good they look together. And I haven't seen them smile on a really long time. So she definitely gave him that 9 last night. Will Smith took over red table talk with Venus and Serena Williams. He stars as the tennis player's dad in the movie king Richard and Serena shared something their father did that would never work in her marriage. My dad at one point was working. And then he stopped. He's like, this is what we're going to do. I'm not going to have a job. And I'm going to go with Venus and Serena and train them every day. Now, that would be impossible for me if my husband were to tell me that. That would be like, I've kind of worked my whole life. I'm trying to relax
A highlight from Asghar Farhadi - 'A Hero' [LIVE]
"I'm Scott feinberg, the host, and also a trustee professor at Chapman university's Dodge college of film and media arts. And this is a special live episode being recorded at Chapman's felino theater in orange, California, in front of an audience of my students, and other members of the community of this great film school. Today we are honored to be joined by a brilliant writer and director who at just 49 is already the most accomplished filmmaker ever to emerge from Iran. The Hollywood Reporter has said that his films have revolutionized new Iranian cinema, pulling it out of the much beaten path of realism and self reflection pioneered by directors like a basket or Sami and mohsen mock mob. And onto a new, highly dramatized and theatrical road. They explore contemporary life's complexities and moral dilemmas, via brilliant screenplays that the Los Angeles Times has compared to a Russian doll, with stories that are inside each other close quote, and that NPR has likened to an onion. You peel one layer and there's another layer, fresh ready for you. Quote. 5 of the 9 feature films he has directed were chosen by Iran to represent it in the race for the best international feature Oscar. 2009s about Ellie, 2011s a separation, 2013s the past, 2016s the salesman and 2021s a hero. Two of them a separation in the salesman were nominated for that Oscar, and both won. A hero, which Amazon is due to release in December, may well follow in their footsteps. Regardless, he is already a member of an exclusive club of just 6 filmmakers who have directed multiple winners of the best international feature Oscar. The other 5 vittorio de sica, Federico Fellini, Ingmar Bergman, Rene Clement, and Akira Kurosawa. Talk about special company. And so without further ado, would you please join me in welcoming to Chapman university, a true master, mister Asgard farhadi, accompanied by his friend and translator, a filmmaker in his own right, right on. He can thank you. It's an honor to have you here. And on this podcast, we really go back to the beginning. So for folks who may not know, can you just talk about where you were born and raised? And what's your parents did for a living? I just want to say hi to all these students who are here. Whenever I'm really students in here else, it gives me a very great energy to return to your question. I was born in Isan in 1972, river four brothers, and I'm a second brother. My mother works at home and my father has a freelance job. Nobody around us we're working in cinema related to filmmaking. But my grandfather and grandmother were very quite close to poetry. And my childhood spends more sleep in my grandfather. In the small city that was close to is one, but it wasn't itself. We didn't have a theater. We didn't have a cinema. And we had to drive along this thing for me to get a chance to watch movies. The first time that I watched the movie, I kind of escaped with my cousin to see go and watch a movie. It was an old theater swan and we got in the middle of the film. So we didn't watch the half of the film. And we had to start watching the snake stuff. It was a family Iranian film that one of the teenager in the film would do something heroic in the middle of the film. And while we were watching this film, I was just keep looking at my back and I said, we're the slightest coming from how these things is showing on the screen. And when we came out of the theater for a long time, I was trying to make the first half of the film in my head. And filmmaking was a starter there for me. Can you tell me about when you would have I think you would have been 7 years old when some major changes obviously happened in Iran with the revolution. I just wonder how it affected your life and things around you and just what changed with the revolution? Is what I'm talking about. I'm going to give you an example to show you how it changed that happened in my life at around 7 when I was 7.
A highlight from Adele "Embarrassed" Over Failed Marriage, Britney Is FREE - Daily Pop 11/15/21
"Myself that when I had kids that we'd stayed together. And I tried for a really, really long time. I was just so disappointed for my son. I was so disappointed for myself. And I was just, I thought I was going to be the one that stopped doing those bloody patterns all the time. I'm just embarrassed I didn't make my marriage work. No. I'm still not fully over it of me choosing to dismantle my child's life for my own. Makes me very uncomfortable. You still feel guilt? I don't feel guilt. I just feel somewhat selfish sometimes, but I know that I'm nearing my goal of finding my happiness that, you know, and it's been no one ever makes me do anything I don't want, and it was just like, but I was really ignoring myself. Yeah. For a long time, which was wild to me when I realized. Well, the best thing you said here in this interview as far as I'm concerned is that now you're in a relationship where for the first time, your love for yourself comes first. Yeah. And all great things come after that. I know that. A quote I heard as well, while on my journey, was if you're not feeling everything, you're missing everything. That sort of gave
A highlight from Jake Gyllenhall Steps Outside
"Dear friend Garrett Vogel. Hey, Garrett, happy Monday. Rob shooter. Did you have a good weekend? I mean, a lot of crying musically from Taylor Swift to Adele last night. I don't think if my emotions can take any more type music over the next few days, I need a break. It was quite a night a day. She sounds better than ever. She looks amazing, although I like to tell looking both ways. She actually talks about her hundred pound weight loss with Oprah, saying some fans were disappointed that she'd lost the weight. And you've recently get the same thing. I mean, people were like, how you've lost a lot of weight? How sick are you? You know? But you were just doing you. Like you were doing this for you, wasn't anyone else but you, you know? And that's what Adele said, too, so she talked about her divorce, and that's what made her lose the weight. She started to work out and drink a little less to center herself. She looks incredible, she's sans incredible and this new albums out in
A highlight from 35. Patch Darragh "Getting Close Means Something"
"Well. Go ahead Adam. This week we are so excited to meet our guests. He's a true working actor's actor. He's had recurring roles on such shows as Succession, the loudest voice, the path. Everything sucks and longmire just to name a few. He's also appeared in the film's Brittany runs a marathon, the first purge Sully, the visit, and let's be cops. Oh, and he's had Broadway and off Broadway credits. He's done it all. Please welcome the incredibly talented patch Dara. Welcome to the show. We did it. We did it. Thank you. Welcome to the show. Thanks, fellas. Thanks for taking the time. We're in the world are you, man? I'm in where I moved out of the city about four years ago to this little village. It's only about 20 minutes north of Manhattan, but it's a whole different world out here. Is it next to bear mountain? It's near bear mountain. I've been there that place. I've been through that town and I'm telling you, I was like, I want to live here. Yeah. My wife grew up here and I started coming up here and then we shot the path, one town over in niac. And I was just spending more and more time here, and then about four years ago, we thought, are we going to get a place in Brooklyn? Are we going to get a place here in piermont? So we decided piermont and it's been great. It's been yeah. I've 17. Yeah, I bet, and even with COVID and everything, but you were already in a position whereas everybody flew the coupe. You were already safely outside of the war zone, you know? We actually had a few friends who ended up moving up here. And we've got the state park a block away and we had a very, as far as quarantining goes, we did all right. Good man. So let's get started. Where did this all begin? Was it early? Was it in college? Was it after? What was your path and how did it begin? It was really early, I never really gave it a lot of thought. You know, it was I definitely got more serious in high school. I think when I stopped playing football and was like, the thing I like best about being on the football team is the skits that we do at football camp every year. And I was like, I think I can let that go and get a little more focused on. Actually, there are a couple of friends who were older because you know in high school theater everyone hangs out with each other. And a few friends who were really encouraging, and then yeah, I just, you know, auditioned for drama schools. My mom and I took the train to Chicago. I grew up in Michigan. Birmingham, Michigan, right? Yeah. Yeah. And where is that on the mitten? That's like over here. Bottom left, bottom center. Detroit. You know, did you ever see the movie 8 mile with them? Sure. Of course. Up on 15 mile. Got it. Basically they make fun of guys like me in the movie. Got it. Okay. And how long were you in the Midwest then? I was born in Toronto, my family moved to Michigan when I was two, and I left right after I turned 18. And have basically just been a New York ever since with stints, other places, probably the longest I was out of New York, I don't feel like I was ever out of the city for more than 6 weeks. But I tried to move to LA, this play that I did that you probably have heard of called the glass menagerie. We didn't know. Now, you were with Ben McKenzie on that, right? Yeah, so we started it in New Haven at the long wharf theater. It ended up moving to the roundabout theater and Josh Charles did it with us in New Haven and then this another great actor. Mike Moseley did it in New York and then Ben another great actor did a different gentleman caller every production, but we moved out to LA and I was kind of like, you know, been doing a lot of New York theater for a long time and felt like hanging out in LA for a while.
A highlight from We Didn't Start The Fire (James Dean)
"Star series, and I wanted to tell you quickly about this other pod I do with my superb friend Katie. Now this is a history pod it's called, we didn't start the fire, and it is the only podcast started by the Maestro himself, Billy Joel. We've just released an episode on James Thein and I'm pretty sure you'll love it. So here it is just for you. And if you want to hear our other episodes on people like Marilyn Monroe, Marlon Brando, although it's they, to search for, we didn't start the fire. This is a crowd podcast. This is we didn't start the fire, the only podcast started by me, Billy Joel. Einstein. James Dean. Now we're talking. Can you see this? There's a light in your eyes. Hello again, and welcome to episode 43 of we didn't start the fire. The history podcast that cracks open Billy Joel's rockham socom, action packed hit song for the most surprising stories of the late 20th century. I'm Katie Parker. And I am some full ice. Tom, how did we get to where we are today? Billy thinks it might have something to do with James Dean. Katie, isn't it nice to have an episode where we have heard name and then haven't looked at each other blankly, where we already know a little bit of stuff about the thing we're talking about. Yeah, there's a lack of glaze on our eyeballs where we're like right in there with opinions already to go. Very handsome man, James the number one, what I found myself wondering as we've prepared for this episode is how good an actor he was. So you knew that you were sexually attracted to him? There is amazing. Or at least to his hair. And yes, he is an amazing actor. And again, a little bit like Brando, that kind of thing where he's forging a new path. He's performing against these wooden mannequin actors from an earlier tradition, and he's just like mister natural. Yeah, there's an amazing clip isn't there when he's acting with Ronald Reagan, which I'm sure we'll talk about later on. And it is like watching someone acting against the wooden door. Yeah. That's it. Ronnie was not the finest actor of his generation, maybe James Dean was. We shall find out more Katie. Speaking to our guest this week, Jake Lambert is a comedian he has his own podcast guest list, most importantly for us Katie, he is a huge fan of James Dean and Katie. He has come in a windshield. It's not red, it's black, Jake Lambert. Welcome to the show. Hello, thanks for having me. So, it's very hard with James Dean because we have so many preconceptions, and there is so much we can talk about. We can talk about what made him we can talk about what he did in that very brief career when he only made three films. But let's connect it to you. What was it about James Dean? The first made him jump out for you. I was at university, not really knowing exactly what I wanted to do with my life. I was studying film, and I watched this film and I saw this guy, and then suddenly just something, I guess it was because of rebel without a cause, where that's basically what you feel like you are at university. I mean, I wasn't. But you feel like he represents something that you're sort of striving to be. But at the time, the reason he was so relevant was because he was one of the first of the generation where people perform and had like wars to fight, and suddenly he's like a young man who sort of angry, but basically has not much to fight against which basically of why he is sort of personification of a rebel without a cause. Well, yeah, he's like the emblematic of a teenager. He is like the first teenager in a way, because it's coming after the war eras and people don't they're not just automatically plugged into the military and they have all of that angst that has no purpose or no goal. And of course, speaking as a lady, there is nothing more attractive than a young man in pain. Like there's just something so deep and poetic about it. So all of that inchoate angst is catnip for the girls. Where should we start here then Jake because you could start with those films? You could start with rebel, you could talk about giant least of Eden. You can talk about his look and his legacy, but his childhood is not just picaresque. It's dark in so many places. Yeah, it is. It is dark. His mom, from what we know from his childhood, was his best friend. The dad was very distant, so when his mom died of cancer, James was sent back to Indiana from California to live with his aunt and uncle. And why was that? I mean, that seems so ridiculously harsh, I mean, imagine being a little 9 year old boy and your mom goes and then dad just ships you off to what the grandparents are something? That is footage of his aunts after James has died. And she is saying in a documentary the James Dean story, and she says we've read reports that suggest that he was disposed of and handed back to us. And she said, that's not the case. And she says, we knew that my brother couldn't take care of him.