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"brooke shields" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

18:05 min | 5 months ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"Off of it. And I feel really bad for this guy. Yeah, I find that in life I don't tell anybody else how to grieve. That is your process. It is not mine. It is something that you do individually. I know people who've had terrible pain, terrible losses in their lives, and I just don't get involved in how they grieve. All we can do is be really, really supportive. We plan to break today's show with a really silly story that Nick Cannon was breaking the Internet with a picture of his bulge in his pants and then suddenly this story broke and obviously we adapt our show for the breaking news, but it just goes to show you how precious life is and Nick said this at the end of the segment, he told us all to go and kiss someone we love tell people we love them. Donny, what are you working on? Well, Brooke Shields, she's looking back on her infamous 1981 interview with miss bob a Walters and she's blasting her. It was a very different time back in 1981, but you look back on it and brick was 15 years old and Barba was asking her very provocative questions about her Calvin Klein ad. And it was basically she asked her what are your measurements? Yeah. As shields kind of set their very uncomfortable looking and the interview while she was talking about it on Dax shepherd's podcast armchair expert and chief described Walters tactics as maddening. And she was saying the interviews they never wanted my answer, they just wanted their point of view. Yes, 1981 was a very different time, but she was 15 years old regardless of how you look at it and asking a young girl. You know, sexualized questions is wrong in any shape or form. Yeah, I think we've learned a lot. And obviously, Brooke Shields is not the only one who has come forward to criticize Barbara Walters, Ricky Martin said that his 2000 interview with Barbara left him with PTSD when she came asking him about his sexuality. He was not yet ready to come at. I think this was a style of interviews back then that is just no longer acceptable today. And it just goes to show you. I don't know if we can necessarily go after Barbara here. I'm just so grateful that the times have changed when we first started Donnie, the whole gimmick of having guests was to get them to say something so crazy we could get a ton of press, but it's just all about a headline when I did my very first talk show. It's on Mark Cuban's network. It was a late night show. It's about 15 years ago. It was a long time ago. And all I wanted to do was ask really cheeky cheeky questions. Maybe even inappropriate questions to get people to say crazy stuff and then I could put the interview online and get a ton of hits. It's a formula that Andy Cohen has followed quite closely on what happens live. The day has changed. I don't think we want to do that anymore. Also to look now, when you watch somebody getting interviewed or when you're talking to somebody yourself, listen, it's not just about your questions. I used to literally not even listen to the answer. I had my questions and I didn't matter what you were going to tell me. I knew the next question I was going to ask. It's all about look how clever and witty rob shooter is. Listen to these brilliant questions. No, no, no. Listen to people really try to listen. This brings us to our poll question of the day. Brooke Shields is slamming Barbara Walters over what she claims was a criminal interview in 1981 is Brooke right. Oh, go vote on at Twitter page at naughty nice rubber. At these big pages and to check back tomorrow to hear your results so they're Jessie Smollett trial is on going now it's been revealed that Jesse received texts from CNN's Don lemon during the investigation, suggest Jesse who's on trial for allegedly staging a hate crime against himself, testified. He had a correspondence with CNN's dumb lemon during the early parts of the Chicago police department's investigation into the incident. He revealed that he got a text from Dahmer, supposedly relaying information that the police didn't believe Jesse. Now at the time, lemon did tell his viewers that he had a personal connection with Jesse, and he did say they were in constant communication, but now people are saying this feels so wrong. People are actually even comparing it to what Chris Cuomo did with his brother Andrew. What do you think? I kind of have to agree because it is a little insider baseball because when you work for a news organization which Don lemon does, you are privy to information that a lot of other people on the outside are not privy to. It's just part of the job and sources and everything. So to kind of leak that to just the, I think, is a little wrong, granite. I think Jesse knew that they weren't believing him because they were investigating him. But, you know, these reporters says that they have to be careful and they really need to stop spreading information that are to stay out of things. That's what they need to learn. Particularly when it's criminal investigation, which is what governor Cuomo was under and Jesse's Smollett. Now don't get me wrong, if I find out one of the housewives is trashing another I love to store the pot. I'll text them immediately. I will I'll text them in the different. Do you know what she said about you? And then she'll explode. I get a great story. But it's different than a criminal investigation. I would just keep out of that passing information, private information behind the scenes. It just doesn't make you look neutral. Also too, I don't think then you should be reporting about it. Yes, Don did tell us they were friends, but I think seeing it as a real, real credibility. Issue on their hands at the moment on they've got rid of Chris and I have done in trouble. I think it's all a moment where we have to realize shut up, stop getting in evolved. Hey, let's just move along. What's going on with the bachelor adaptation Adams? I used to love her. What's watching up to? Well, sad news from bachelor nation. Tayshia and Zach, they actually broke up and Tasha described it all on the bachelorette mental special. We're now sources are coming out saying that they broke up because Zack became controlling and jealous. Over tayshia's success. I'm kind of torn here because they're both on a reality show. Obviously, but I will say tayshia did become a lot more successful than Zac did because she went on to host the bachelorette. It's just very interesting because an insider talked about how they fought a lot and this one was bad, like some of the others, but it just happened to be the fight that broke the camel's back. It basically a fight over her being more successful than he was. I'm just confused here because Zach went on TV to fall in love with her. You know she's going to be successful. Don't you know what you're signing up for? I think so, but I think you can still get jealous, particularly when you're in the same business like they both are in the bachelorette franchise. And so everything within that world is between the two of them are actually it's not it's about her. And so if he was famous in a different genre, maybe that would have been easier or he could just accept this. I'm not defending him here. I would be like, we're in this is a pair where both play this game. There's certain things you can do I'll do the other stuff. You do all the big stuff that pays a lot of money. What's the second market that nobody wants to do? Like the fan conventions where they pay $20 for an autograph. That's my job. The big TV gigs, that's your job. I don't know if I get that jealous. I'm not really the jealous type, particularly in a relationship, because maybe here wrongly, I assume what yours is mine. And so I want you to do really well. Because I have a sense of ownership over every single dollar you make on it. But together, we would be together. So I would want you to do really well. I think, too, if you've got to be honest, stay up. This might be more of a man thing a straight man thing and a girl thing. I think often men get very particularly straight men, get very upset when the lady is in the spotlight getting all the attention. This has been something that's been tricky for a lot of reality stars. We were just laughing about The Real Housewives, but a lot of guys on that show and girls get divorced because the men just can't stand the fact it's about the women. It's not about the guys. And quickly, before we get a break, prince Harry and Prince Charles have not spoken very much over the last 8 months. So there's a new report in the sun, Matt Wilkinson is reporting that the relationship between father and son is at an all time low. According to the sources, they barely speak at all. Over the last 8 months, they haven't really spoke very much. There's been a few conversations on the phone, but they're not being very productive. The sun says what made matters even worse is that Harry made a public statement about a Saudi billionaire who was a allegedly told by one of Prince Charles's closest aids that if he made a huge donation to the prince's foundation, he could get a big armor. A spokesperson for the duke of Sussex said he expressed concerns about this right after meeting him 8 years ago, so it's not only that they don't talk, but now his son Harry is actually out there criticizing the way he does business. Harry happens to be right though. There's something very shady. There is a shady, but did you need to point it out? Harry's literally talking to anybody but his family right now. He's spilling all the family secrets. If I was Charles, whether he's right or not, he's got to be a little upset. Although I do spill other people's secrets. I mean, so I do. But I don't even like criticize how they do business. Maybe I do. I certainly I tread carefully when it comes to family members. I mean, he's annoyed because the dad cut off the money. That's what this is about. There for years and Meghan was not treated very well in Britain. Let's be honest about that. They didn't really protect Meghan, although they didn't really protect anybody. The mistake everybody makes. And I think this is true in all our families. Most people looking into your family think you're one family unit. That's not true within the family. There's so many divisions and fractions, and it's almost competing groups, the same is true as the royals. Charles is in a bit of competition. With Harry and William because they're younger and harder and going back to tayshia, this is about being jealous of other people's success. And within a family that can be lots of drama about jealousy done earlier. Oh no, I agree. If you look at Game of Thrones, it's like, even though it's one family, the Starks didn't all get along. It was in fighting. It's what happened. Right. It is very, very shady although. I do wish they could find a little bit of peace. We'll keep you in the loop on that. Hey, we're going to take a quick break and we will be right back. Hello, my name is Monique. I'm 41. My older children are 24 and 22. I would run from football games to cheerleading to work, and now that I'm focusing on myself, Botox cosmetic is something that I've always been interested in trying. Botox cosmetic, on a botulinum toxin a, is FDA approved to temporarily make moderate to severe forehead lines, crow's feet and frown lines look better in adults. Botox cosmetic is a prescription treatment. The effects of Botox cosmetic may spread hours to weeks after injection causing serious symptoms. 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Welcome back to the naughty but nice show. Stop shooting for dear friend Donny meacham from okay magazine dot com. Hey Donnie, let's get to the polls. Prince Harry is encouraging people to quit their job if it doesn't bring them joy. Is this good advice or terrible advice? 70% said terrible advice. I think I want to have this one down the middle, because I do agree, we spend so many hours at our jobs that if it makes us miserable, we shouldn't do it. But at the same time, I know what it's like not to be able to pay my bills. And so you sort of have to do what I would recommend is if you don't enjoy your job, don't quit it until you find another. Search for another. Sneaky. Do it on the quiet, and then the minute you get a new job quit. Unless it becomes totally unbearable, where are you on this John? I'm with you too. I am torn down the middle because I agree with the sentiment here of what Harry is saying, but I don't need to hear that from somebody who signed a multi-million dollar deal with Netflix and Spotify. So just take a seat Harry on this conversation. All these people, these rich people, Mika brzezinski, on MSNBC, who tells us all to know our worth. And I'm like, yes, that's lovely if you've got a lot of love. I have to pay my rent. Hey, don't forget to vote on today's poll go to attribute a page at naughty, nice rambha Facebook page, naughty gosse and be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results. Now it's time for a nicest of the day. Aw. Well, the nicest of the day, I'm not gonna lie here with pleasantly surprised to see this. Pete Davidson and Machine Gun Kelly, they stripped down to their underwear for Calvin Klein campaign. And it was all on the underwear brands Instagram Live. But what's actually really kind of funny is they both were talking about their package, which we know from reports that Davidson happens to be rather endowed or happy or excited. So it's funny for Machine Gun Kelly said, his name is Colson baker. I would have put an extra two socks in there and blew the world's mime. The comedian goes always gotta fluff it up or get a sweet in betweener. You can't just go cold. Oh, naughty here. But this is the part that really got me. He goes, I'm not really a grower or a shower. It's actually the same small and excited. It's actually a scientific wonder. We know, we've heard all about it. What's going on down there? But I love that he's finally just 'cause he's always been a little coy about the reports about it. It's kind of funny. But maybe not that embarrassing because they're not saying that he didn't know what he was. And now I know what he is the day. Rebel Wilson is saying her weight loss actually received a lot of push back from her management team so in an interview with the BBC, she said that a lot of people in her management team didn't really want her to change her appearance. I got a lot of pushback from my own team here in Hollywood when they said, okay, why are you doing this? And she said, I want to be healthy. You earn millions of dollars by being a funny fat girl. And she was like, no, no, no, no, no, I need to be healthy, a deep dining inside. She knew that she had emotional eating problems and so she had to be healthy. She did not need she says a tub of ice cream every single night, rebel. We think you are fantastic. These agents, these managers get new ones, naughty, naughty naughty, and let's end with a moment of rob you get a rubber. You get a raw. We shouldn't wait until New Year's Eve to make a change. Don't wait for tomorrow or for once a year to go after the dream in your life. I think in my life like a TV show and it's broken down into hours and every new hour a new episode begins. This trick means that I do not procrastinate for any longer than 60 minutes, reset your life every hour and it gives you lots more chances to make sure the new habits win not the old ones. What do you think Donna? I think it's beautiful advice because I procrastinate a lot on a lot of things, but I do go after what I want. And it's called rifts between family and stuff because I'm away living in Hollywood, but it's my life. It's my dreams. It's so I'm going to stick by that and I think everyone should do the same. A men, that's it for today. Thank you so much for listening to the naughty beneath with Robin Donnie show a production of I heart radio. Don't forget to subscribe on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcast, the wherever you listen to leave us a review if you can and remember all together now, if you're going to be naughty, you've got to be nice. 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"brooke shields" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

07:38 min | 5 months ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"Feel so bad and then the mom Alyssa Scott. She posted really sad photos on Instagram and the one thing I think I really want to talk about here is what Nick actually touched on is that people were going to possibly bash him for going back to work so soon, and what he said was, though, that he went back to work because it was really all he knows. It's just working and keeping himself busy. That is his grieving process, but it does take his mind off of it. And I feel really bad for this guy. Yeah, I find that in life I don't tell anybody else how to grieve. That is your process. It is not mine. It is something that you do individually. I know people who've had terrible pain, terrible losses in their lives, and I just don't get involved in how they grieve. All we can do is be really, really supportive. We plan to break today's show with a really silly story that Nick Cannon was breaking the Internet with a picture of his bulge in his pants and then suddenly this story broke and obviously we adapt our show for the breaking news, but it just goes to show you how precious life is and Nick said this at the end of the segment, he told us all to go and kiss someone we love tell people we love them. Donny, what are you working on? Well, Brooke Shields, she's looking back on her infamous 1981 interview with miss bob a Walters and she's blasting her. It was a very different time back in 1981, but you look back on it and brick was 15 years old and Barba was asking her very provocative questions about her Calvin Klein ad. And it was basically she asked her what are your measurements? Yeah. As shields kind of set their very uncomfortable looking and the interview while she was talking about it on Dax shepherd's podcast armchair expert and chief described Walters tactics as maddening. And she was saying the interviews they never wanted my answer, they just wanted their point of view. Yes, 1981 was a very different time, but she was 15 years old regardless of how you look at it and asking a young girl. You know, sexualized questions is wrong in any shape or form. Yeah, I think we've learned a lot. And obviously, Brooke Shields is not the only one who has come forward to criticize Barbara Walters, Ricky Martin said that his 2000 interview with Barbara left him with PTSD when she came asking him about his sexuality. He was not yet ready to come at. I think this was a style of interviews back then that is just no longer acceptable today. And it just goes to show you. I don't know if we can necessarily go after Barbara here. I'm just so grateful that the times have changed when we first started Donnie, the whole gimmick of having guests was to get them to say something so crazy we could get a ton of press, but it's just all about a headline when I did my very first talk show. It's on Mark Cuban's network. It was a late night show. It's about 15 years ago. It was a long time ago. And all I wanted to do was ask really cheeky cheeky questions. Maybe even inappropriate questions to get people to say crazy stuff and then I could put the interview online and get a ton of hits. It's a formula that Andy Cohen has followed quite closely on what happens live. The day has changed. I don't think we want to do that anymore. Also to look now, when you watch somebody getting interviewed or when you're talking to somebody yourself, listen, it's not just about your questions. I used to literally not even listen to the answer. I had my questions and I didn't matter what you were going to tell me. I knew the next question I was going to ask. It's all about look how clever and witty rob shooter is. Listen to these brilliant questions. No, no, no. Listen to people really try to listen. This brings us to our poll question of the day. Brooke Shields is slamming Barbara Walters over what she claims was a criminal interview in 1981 is Brooke right. Oh, go vote on at Twitter page at naughty nice rubber. At these big pages and to check back tomorrow to hear your results so they're Jessie Smollett trial is on going now it's been revealed that Jesse received texts from CNN's Don lemon during the investigation, suggest Jesse who's on trial for allegedly staging a hate crime against himself, testified. He had a correspondence with CNN's dumb lemon during the early parts of the Chicago police department's investigation into the incident. He revealed that he got a text from Dahmer, supposedly relaying information that the police didn't believe Jesse. Now at the time, lemon did tell his viewers that he had a personal connection with Jesse, and he did say they were in constant communication, but now people are saying this feels so wrong. People are actually even comparing it to what Chris Cuomo did with his brother Andrew. What do you think? I kind of have to agree because it is a little insider baseball because when you work for a news organization which Don lemon does, you are privy to information that a lot of other people on the outside are not privy to. It's just part of the job and sources and everything. So to kind of leak that to just the, I think, is a little wrong, granite. I think Jesse knew that they weren't believing him because they were investigating him. But, you know, these reporters says that they have to be careful and they really need to stop spreading information that are to stay out of things. That's what they need to learn. Particularly when it's criminal investigation, which is what governor Cuomo was under and Jesse's Smollett. Now don't get me wrong, if I find out one of the housewives is trashing another I love to store the pot. I'll text them immediately. I will I'll text them in the different. Do you know what she said about you? And then she'll explode. I get a great story. But it's different than a criminal investigation. I would just keep out of that passing information, private information behind the scenes. It just doesn't make you look neutral. Also too, I don't think then you should be reporting about it. Yes, Don did tell us they were friends, but I think seeing it as a real, real credibility. Issue on their hands at the moment on they've got rid of Chris and I have done in trouble. I think it's all a moment where we have to realize shut up, stop getting in evolved. Hey, let's just move along. What's going on with the bachelor adaptation Adams? I used to love her. What's watching up to? Well, sad news from bachelor nation. Tayshia and Zach, they actually broke up and Tasha described it all on the bachelorette mental special. We're now sources are coming out saying that they broke up because Zack became controlling and jealous. Over tayshia's success. I'm kind of torn here because they're both on a reality show. Obviously, but I will say tayshia did become a lot more successful than Zac did because she went on to host the bachelorette. It's just very interesting because an insider talked about how they fought a lot and this one was bad, like some of the others, but it just happened to be the fight that broke the camel's back. It basically a fight over her being more successful than he was. I'm just confused here because Zach went on TV to fall in love with her..

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"Hello. I just have to give a prerequisite to start. I'm dog sitting today, so if you hear a little whining in the background, that's all this little guy does. He doesn't like me to work. I'm working these pay attention to me. It's like being back in New York with me. I know, but wolf wolf, thank you for listening, doggy. Let's jump into the show. We've got so much gossip to get to what time is it my Friends? It is T dog Titan. Devastating news at the top of the.

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"Me, I will not accept not continuing to evolve. And that can mean any number of things. You know, I just know that to me, this is a new beginning for me. It was so refreshing that Netflix actually told me they want to do sort of female empowerment stories that are for women over 40 because we're not over at this age. Started a platform called beginning is now, which I look at is a 360° well-being platform, we are content and commerce. We will definitely be more commerce when we get all of our ducks in a row. But it was important for me to build that community because we can't be done just because we hit a certain age or just because we can't have children or don't want to have children. You know, our validity really goes way past all of that. And that's where I'm evolving is really believing that I'm not over. You're definitely not over. And I'm very excited for you. I want to end with a listener question from Kelly, who wrote in and said, Brooke, how has your approach to personal and professional boundaries shifted during your career? Oh, that is a good question, Kelly. I don't think that I ever had any boundaries personally or professionally growing up. I didn't have to have them because I had a fierce mom. I also didn't want to have them because I was afraid if I had boundaries that people wouldn't get to know the real me. And all I wanted was to be liked. And it wasn't until I started really it started a bit in college and it was through having my own opinions. That was where my first sort of understanding of boundaries came into it, which was, oh, I can have my own opinions about something. I can read a book and see something that maybe I don't agree with someone else's opinion or whatever that that was sort of how I started having boundaries around what I thought. I used to say, you know, mom, do I like this kind of cookie? And it didn't occur to me to taste the cookies, see if I like the taste of the cookie. Yeah. Then it morphed into I think this is important in this book. Instead of saying, what should I write about? And then you tell me what's important and then that's what all sort of regurgitate. Then as I got older, it started to become more about my personal style. My feelings about things. And then all of a sudden I was starting to have children and people were telling me how to raise my children, and I thought, listen, I'll do respect. I'll learn from the best, but they're my kids. Or this is my body. I'm going to take care of it. It was painstaking. And in my industry, too, it threatens people if you have boundaries. It threatens people if you have an opinion. So I got out of college thinking the press was going to think it was brilliant that I had intelligence all of a sudden or literary capabilities or I was really shocked at how they didn't. I didn't like it because they couldn't control me. And I think that's the interesting thing about boundaries is people don't want other people to have boundaries because then they can't get out of them. And they can't control them. And it's taken a long time, and now I'm clearer in many areas. I'm not clear in all of them. And I'm working on it. Our very last question is Brooke, who else should we have on the show? Oh my gosh. Have you ever had Ellie? Have you had Ali wentworth? No, we haven't. I would love to have ally. Honestly, she's so brilliant, so funny. She's a great mom. She's got a new book coming out she's so smart and just brilliantly funny and I mean her podcast is brilliant too. So love to bring her on if you can introduce that would be amazing. Brooke, such a pleasure to have you on. Thank you so much. Big fans over here and really appreciate the candid conversation. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thanks for listening to this episode of 9 to 5 ish with the skim. A new episode will be in your feet again next Wednesday. In the meantime, check out our news podcast, skim this. Every Thursday we cover what you need to know each week in 30 minutes or.

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

07:51 min | 5 months ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"My children, I would carry whatever went on in my day. I would carry it into story time. Bath time, or whatever it was. And I started watching myself miss out on part of their growing up in their childhood. And I started thinking, oh God, well, I haven't been fully there, but then I'm also not fully over there. And I thought, how am I going to do this? And so I started saying, if I am in that room, I'm going to be fully present. And sometimes it means just like shaking your head or doing something that reminds you. And then if you allow yourself to step into that place, maybe it's 5 minutes, it's going to take a while, but then that 5 minutes, you'll realize, oh, my blood pressure went down a little bit. Oh, I just took a deep breath. Oh my God, I unclenched my hands. And then your body starts going, I want more of that because right now I'm like, this everywhere, nobody's benefiting from my presence. And I'm less than in every area. So I think it's practice, and it has to be like moments at a time. Minutes at a time. I'm not a great meditator. I'm not either. So I'm like, yeah. Slow down. I don't know how to. Yeah. But if I say to myself, I'm just going to 5 minutes. And I'm just going to turn off all my phones and things or whatever. Just give it up for 5 minutes. Okay, maybe my brain rushes with things, but if I haven't responded to that, then the four minutes that I have left is a minute can be feeling like an hour. It's enough to almost get me addicted because then I'll feel my heart stop racing. But it's like 5 minutes at a time. Yeah. But I like it. It's like fake it till you make it to be able to turn that part off. When you became a mom, you very publicly became one of the very first celebrities to come out and talk about postpartum depression. And also the fact that you saw medical help for that. And at the time it was like groundbreaking. Nobody talked about this. Now there's a lot more open dialog and still a long way to go. But I'm curious when you look back at that moment where you were getting a lot of criticism around speaking out so openly about it. How did you interpret it then and how do you think about it now? The interesting thing about the criticism so then was it was the first time in my life I had been so openly criticized and I could get everything that had been said about me negatively in the past. Like, not fun to be criticized by Tom Cruise, think what you want. Like, you know, does he have ovaries? No. Like, okay, you can talk about it as much as you want. But there's no way in hell you can understand exactly what I'm feeling. So have at it. Go for it. So I think that there was a lack of respect that I had for the criticism. I think up until then, the criticism felt personal. And it taught me a lot about criticism because it felt like an attack on my character felt like an attack on my talent to fill all these things that I wasn't so sure of just yet, right? Then here comes this thing that so disrupts my very nature and my life and threatens to really undermine everything. You can't tell me that I wasn't feeling that. And you can't tell me that it was irresponsible for me to talk about it. Because if one person had come up to me in the beginning of the process before I received psychiatric health medical help, love and friendship help and realizing that that actually was a luxury, having access to that stuff, if one person had come up to me and said, oh my God, the exact thing happened to me don't worry. You know what? There's things there's tools, there's this, you're not a bad mom. I might have not wallowed in the horribleness in the fear of it for as long as I did. Do you know, so it's like the criticism didn't have any effect on me because for some reason, for the most personal thing that I'd ever gone through it didn't affect me personally. We talk a lot with our community lately around how to figure out how to advocate for better family leave and mental health policy is to support women in the workplace. Given your experience, what would you just say if somebody is struggling with postpartum depression and they don't necessarily have the appropriate amount of leave in place at work? What's your advice? How to go to work and say, I need more time or need help. I think the truth is that individual is not going to be operating optimally either at home or in the workforce. So maybe a way to approach the workforce is to say I'm not even doing my job to the best of my ability. And then your home and you feel like you're not even really there. Seek help from people who are the experts in this area. Whether it's legally what you are able to ask for, maybe I don't know exactly there are experts in all the fields, psychological, and I'm saying ask friends to help guide you look to the experts because the information now is more readily available. And maybe there are loopholes, maybe there's something that you're not really aware of. But the most important thing is to speak up if something is not right with you. You and I started the show before when we were getting ready talking about our various health journeys around self advocating with doctors and you've been very public this year around a leg injury that you had. I think that that advice around you are your own advocate and speak up is what I hope our listeners take away with today. There's nothing wrong with it. It's your prerogative to be able to self advocate. It's not selfish, it's actually so much more it takes strength to do that. And that's the hardest part about it is really stepping forward and saying something is not right. What are my options? And not being afraid to admit. Your weakness or your fear or anything. Because if you verbalize it enough, you'd be surprised how people will come forward. And either help you or help you with introducing you to somebody else, and then you start building this kind of strength community around you. So that's what I want to say. You have described yourself as kind of a brand that has existed for 56 years. Your brand is expanding into Christmas movies, which I'm so excited about. And you have this new movie on Netflix coming out, which is also a big deal, not just because you're in it, but also because it's a romantic comedy starring woman over 50. And that doesn't usually happen. How do you want your brand to continue to evolve? I think it really has kept evolving and it has been 56 years in the making because at every step of the way I keep learning more about myself. I want to keep evolving. I think that that's what we don't really understand about women. We think that you hit 40 or 50 or whatever your magic number is, I think in society, it's like the minute you can't have children, you're worthless. You know, it's what you do then what you don't accept. And so for.

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

07:18 min | 5 months ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"You're so infamously sexualized at a young age in the industry. Like pretty baby Calvin Klein, the Blue Lagoon, it was considered really normal. How much you were put out there and how much the media talked about you as like an object of when are you going to lose your virginity? When did you get your period? I mean, it's crazy. Me and Britney. I mean, like, yeah, how do you think about that? How do you look at what happened to Brittany? What is your personal view on what the industry did? You can't really just blame an industry. It's societal. On the one hand, sex sells, right? It's been sold since the dawn of time. So you've got that piece. Then you've got youth and innocence and there's this appeal to that. When you see the press, really, I mean, when I look at the way they spoke to me, and I've had to recently look back at many of my earlier interviews. And in seeing the Britney, the sort of blatant, who else in the world, would you say, so are you a virgin? Like, where is the respect? I cringe at that, but I cringe at it from the press's perspective. And I sort of think shame on you. There's such a disregard. And you look at how Brittany responded, or you look at how I responded. And you just think, oh, that poor little girl. Those poor little girls, like it's so not fair. So you grow up sort of acclimating yourself to oh, okay, they're gonna think they get the real me and they've got all of me because they're able to talk about these topics. What I'm always going to take a part of myself and that will be guarded. Guarded meaning I will protect it. Did you consciously know you were doing that at the time? I'm really think I did. Because to me, like at 13, you were like, okay, this is we underestimate children's ability to decipher situations and read the room. I have two girls and you think kids aren't listening or you think they're not registering any of it. And then they'll come up with something that is so spot on and you think you're so clear. You're like little animals who can smell fear and they'll say something one daughter came up to me one day and said, mama, she's not the boss of you. Energy thinking about someone whose job it was to tell me exactly what to do with your boss. It was like my real boss. But what I think that even at 13 when you've been in the business as long as I had already been. You start being able to walk into a room and go, friend, foe, friend, doesn't matter. Don't trust something. There's something that you have in its primal because it's a survival tactic. I think kids have it. I was making movies and service 9. And you spend enough time watching people react to each other and how they treat each other. And I started to realize that no one was interested in my answers. Because they would ask the same question in different ways because they wanted a different answer. And in a lot of these early interviews, you see me say, well, you just ask that question and this is still my answer because X Y and Z and then they say, yeah, but, you know, I mean, come on. And then I would say, I think you want me to say something differently, but that's not the truth. And you watch this little person be able to stand up for themselves. And now that maybe that's just my character, maybe that's something else, but I think I knew early that if I didn't guard something for myself, that would just all be eaten up. And so I had friends that I could gossip with about things. My mother always had my sepsis to come with me so that we could laugh. I was a cheerleader in school, and I did all the things that felt as if they were my real life so that the rest could almost be like a sport. So if you want, I don't know if you watch any like the Britney docs or any of the footage. But when you watch it, are you like PTSD, oh my gosh, that is a version of what I went through or are you just thank goodness that wasn't me? I just had this conversation with drew, Barrymore as well. And I'm older than both of them. And I always felt very protective of drew because we were sort of at the same time and we were in the frenzy of all of it. I look at the Brittany Doc and say, wait, who's on their side? Where's her mom? I don't know, Brittany, I don't know any of it. But what I do see is when I watch myself, I also knew that the minute I got off camera. My mom would sort of say, well that guy's asshole, or fuck him if they can't handle the truth. I mean, my mom was like brutal, but we would go back into our little bubble of us against the world. And a lot of the time I see young people and they don't have an us. A lot of what you're describing kind of your ability to quote unquote survive is being able to compartmentalize. And this is a career podcast where whether you're going through hard stuff and have to be able to focus at work or going through hard stuff at work and have to be able to focus at home, building that muscle memory of compartmentalizing, and sometimes the risk of taking it too far. Do you think you're a really good compartmentalize her? I think I survived because I could compartmentalize. Maybe that's helpful. Maybe the compartmentalizing hindered my talent, I don't know, but I know that in order for me, I knew that if I was going to survive, I was going to have to. And I looked at it as columns. I would put myself in a certain column when I was with my dad's family. I would put myself in a certain column when I had to go be in the public. But it's the compartmentalizing for me as a kid was very helpful. Because it was a defense mechanism. You see children in abusive families. And if they can compartmentalize and have a fantasy world that may be saved them from that, maybe that will help them down the line. I don't know. I think you can take it too far and not know where your real life is. But I always looked at it like a wheel and I was in the center of it and each compartment was a spoke. And I just had to sort of put on that character so that I could survive in it without it feeling like it was going to devour my reality. For those that struggle with being able to do that in their everyday being able to show up either at home or at work or social life, whatever it is, if they've got something else on their minds, something else kind of gnawing at them. What is your advice on how to build that muscle to compartmentalize? I think sometimes you have to pretend maybe it's all sort of self help, just sort of a fake it until you make it. I notice that at times with.

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"Protective of me that I was spared a lot. The flip side is I was quite naive. Really, never thought anybody would do anything to harm me or hurt me or double cross me or anything. So I think that I would have been more confident and more comfortable I think in the machinations of how the business works. If I understood the separation of it. But it was a different era. In a listen, if I could, I would only work with my friends. But on the onset, you constantly have to be reminded and say, listen, if this change is either one of us, and it's not working for the friendship or the familial relationship to me is worth more than the success of X Y and Z and to me, I think as long as those conversations keep getting revisited, I think friendships can become stronger and they can endure. You know, I love working with my husband. And we've never been afraid of it. We've only done it a couple of times, but it was great. How did you know it was time to break up that professional part of your relationship with your mom when you were about 30? 30. Oh God. All joking aside, I don't think I knew how to go about it at all. I also had to keep my mother alive. And she was an alcoholic and an adult child of an alcoholic is a whole other type of dynamic. You are in a position where you feel it's all your responsibility to keep them alive and to take care of them. And so there's that piece. And a couple of things happened. I met my first husband, and in expressing of all my desires and dreams and really things that I wanted. I found myself saying, I can't be 30, not working, not doing the very thing I wake up for every day. And he said, well, then what's stopping you? And I said, I don't know. And he said, well, do you have an agent? And I said, no. And he said, go take the steps to be the professional that you're claiming you want to be, and claiming that you feel like you should be doing. And that meant suffering from my mom because she didn't know how to share me. Yeah. So he helped me lovingly take care of her and extricate myself from her. I think I knew it for a long time, but I don't think I ever had the strength or the courage to do it because I felt like it would kill her. Yeah, I can't imagine. I am a self proclaimed coffee snob. I own this. I have tried many. And I feel like what I have discovered is that it's a true talent to make really good coffee and it takes time. Chevalier is a Swedish company that's been slow roasting coffee for over a 150 years. And it's gotten me thinking about especially being in this weird time of working from home. The concept of fika, which is the Swedish term for a real coffee break. When you sip and you savor your favorite blend, ideally with good company, but right now that's happening over Zoom. And that is a real change from previous life where coffee was like a utility. So I'm really into the idea about taking your time and being intentional with the things that matter. And that's why I'm very into jabalia. I love the idea of giving myself an actual coffee break in the afternoon. So I can have more time to actually be productive later in the day. I love a good fika and I love Joelle yet. You can shop all of JaVale is premium coffees at chevalier dot com. That's GeV, AL IA dot com..

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

07:54 min | 5 months ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"I was going to have to. I'm Carly Zac and I'm Danielle weissberg. Welcome to 9 to 5 ish with the skin. We've run into so many questions over the years and had so many moments where we needed advice and we got it from women who'd been there. And that's what we're bringing you at this show. Each week we're helping you get what you want out of your career by talking to the smartest leaders we know. Because we know your work life is a lot more than 9 to 5. All right, let's get into it. Today, our guest is Brooke Shields. She has been a household name almost since birth from doing her first commercial at 11 months old to a Calvin Klein genes campaign at 14. She achieved notoriety through blockbuster movies in the 1980s, like the Blue Lagoon and endless love. Since then, Brooks becoming a Broadway actress starred in sitcoms and TV dramas, written two books and raised two daughters. And now, she is starring in and producing the upcoming Netflix Christmas movie a castle for Christmas. Brooke, we are so excited to have you. Welcome. Oh, thank you. Thank you for welcoming me. So before we get into the conversation, we like to warm up. We're going to do a lightning round. Quick questions, quick answers. Let's do it. What is a secret hobby or skill that you have? My secret hobby is needlepoint. Oh, that's a really good one. I am needle pointing a backgammon board. Like I have to be on the set doing something like some kind of craft or something. Okay. What is the last show that you binge watched? Oh, I haven't seen it, but I heard I would really like it. Oh, please, Rhonda walk. Okay, my next question, you have starred in many things that are beloved shows and movies of mine. But one of my most favorite roles you've done is when you were on Broadway and you played Rizzo in Greece. Oh my goodness. How old were you? You must have been a baby. I was a child, but I remember vividly. What is your favorite line or song from Greece? There are worse things I could do. Fair. When was the last time you negotiated for yourself? About 20 minutes ago. Where did you negotiate? I negotiated someone's fee for a perspective job. How does taking time to slow down fuel you to move forward? I never slowed down in my life till more recently in the past few years. And the fuel that I get from just doing something healing for myself sometimes that can just be hanging out with a friend or watching movies or doing something where there's where the regular noise is stopped. I find that I reemerge from that even stronger and more powerful. I just it's almost like that time the energy starts and it starts building up. Okay, we're going to move into the meat of our show. You started working when you were you couldn't even walk. You were less than a year old. And then you became famous as a teenager. You've talked a lot publicly about what your family dynamic was and what a unique childhood you had. But what was your support system? How did you basically stay normal? There's a few elements that I think my mother set in motion. She never moved us out of the east coast. We never went and moved to Hollywood and pursued all of that, which is rushing to high school and basically only being educated onset. And I think that even just that element for sure gave me a perspective and a more grounded way of being in the world. And when that's all you know, regular great schools, regular high schools. I think you really do have an understanding that the world you may inhabit at certain times is not real. It's just not your real world. It's kind of crazy. It is something that you can go in and out of to a certain extent. And the other piece is my mom always made sure I had someone my own age around me. So I always had a partner in crime. You know, I never felt like I was the only kid in a sea of adults. And my parents never spoke ill of the other. I mean, they got divorced when I was 5 months old. My father's family is so the opposite of any way that I grew up with my mother or my working life. And I was talking about this today, I've got this movie coming out and it's coming out the day after Thanksgiving. And everybody in my life outside of my family, they're all going to watch it. And I know for a fact that I'm going to get to my family in Florida. And it's not even going to be mentioned. And it's funny because my feelings aren't hurt or anything, but that's how I grew up. My youngest sister grew up with not an inkling of what I did. And it wasn't until she got much older and friends of hers would say things like that's your sister. And it's so interesting that sort of power of that kind of compartmentalizing. And sometimes it's not good, but it really served me. You know, I'm going to go down to be like, no one's going to watch my movie, but it's okay. Well now because they're going to listen to this podcast. No, but it's like, you know, and I never hurt my feelings that actually just helped me understand that, you know, it's not everything. It's not the only thing. And if I sat and said my sister down and said, look, this is really important to me. Please watch it. They would watch it. You know, it's interesting. On this show, Danielle and I were cofounders and we're friends and we talk about how unique it is that ten years in, we're sorely friends and cofounders of a business. We've had people on here that also are cofounders and friends or work with family or work with spouses and just kind of the unique dynamic of bringing work home, home to work into your personal life. You and your mom in particular were infamously just this tight type duo for so much of your career where she was your manager. She was with you for all of your early success. I would love to understand how you dealt with that, both the good part and maybe the parts that you're like, I wouldn't repeat. Your advice to those who think about working with family or working with those kind of closer to them. You know, I think it's always brought no matter how you look at it and boundaries are the most important thing. On the one hand, I think family you can trust more than anybody. Friends, family. On the other hand, if money is involved, that's when it gets tricky. I think full communication has to happen. I was very enmeshed with my mom. I knew nothing other than being in this industry that I was in kind of it happened to both of us and not knowing any other way in hindsight. I think it would have been healthier to have a bit more of a delineation between my professional life and my mom, however the way she protected me in an industry that basically devours its young. You know, I never had a me too moment when all the other young people were, you know, I was she was so avaricious sleep.

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"brooke shields" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Was that hair whose faith was always worried. It was going to come on. It was it was fake. It was taped down participated in so he felt like he was living ally. because you remember they. They made the silhouette of him they products it was like silhouette of his face in the hair because his hair was what made him cool. He was bald. That's why you remember. He went bald. He went ball because he stopped wearing a hairpiece. He was married to brooke shields. A may still be and brooke shields. He went to her and he said. I feel like i'm living alive. And she says you are and he said what should i do. She said take it off till the world your ball. It's a sign of bravery that you can do that and he did. That's why he went from all that hair to involved. Oh yes was he. Married to brooke shields steffi graf steffi graf got a big old knows. Does that bother you. that doesn't bother me either. I bet their kids do. Not my buddy scott stewart us today. Tammy agassi who was andres sister is she was cute and she was one of those like monica seles who grunted every time she hit the ball. I find that to be very hot. Very hot are find..

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"brooke shields" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Has this this epiphany of guilt. Sees that her life and her interests are spinning out of control. She runs from the stage back to her home makes peace with her family and as the credits roll, she's in the front of her house. Jumping rope. Like a 12 year old girl. Oughta be Now is that a A noble praiseworthy plotline. Yes, it is. So do the defenders of this film. Have a point? Yes, they do. But If someone walks into the arena of public debate about this movie and says, I don't care, I don't care In order to make this lofty, praiseworthy point you had to have actresses. I think three under 14 1 of about 12, do these things and dance this way and an act this provocatively and and engage in an immerse in this subject matter. And and that's that's There's some who feel that that is, in a way exploitative. Well, that's a point that could be made was was Brooke Shields exploited in 1978 for being a 12 year old prostitute and pretty baby, I guess so. This ain't new. So I guess my point here is that it's this is this is also not a binary choice. I mean, if if your Position is you don't want to hear about whatever redeeming value this film might ahead or whatever noble point it might have wanted to make. Your point is just dug on it. Don't show girls doing this. Just don't and it shouldn't have been made. And I hate Netflix for area yet, And I hate that That is a totally principal view. It is a completely principal view. No. I'll tell you Their folks. We're going a little beyond that, saying the movie itself constitutes porn. Yeah, that's a bit of a stretch. The definition of pornography is content. Whose intent is to sexually titillate. It's like that's why the thing was made. That's certainly not the case here. Now, if a big hunk and pedophile sits down for a screening of cuties, are there going to be moments that he enjoys in some very wrong ways? Guarantee you there will be But do we run art? Do we do we conduct life? Shutting a door on anything or everything. That might have a certain reaction among people who are depraved. I'd suggest that we don't But So it just kind of tie a bow around this, and then we'll go to other things, or you and weigh in on this If you wish. 888971 sage 888971 sage. The folks who are saying That the film's point is valid. That In fact, it is. Nothing is glorified that initial poster that shows him all dolled up and stuff like that terrible poster. And in a scene that doesn't even really happened because I'll tell you, you watch this movie. Just go do and it's pretty dang uncomfortable to watch. You got that these girls were out of control. And there are consequences for this, and the girl comes to her senses and and then gets out of that habit and gets out of those those practices and and becomes a kid again. And so the defenders have a point. But if someone wants to say, Hey, great, Enjoy yourselves Defenders. But this movie should not have been made because of what it makes young actresses do and the images that must be portrayed to tell the tale. That is also a principled view. So why don't these two groups that I've described stop beating each other up because everybody has a right to the point that they are making Mark Davis in for.

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"brooke shields" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Then I look at Hawaii I saw the original why he said why the safest place on earth with the least infected state in the country that's really exciting right I live that I wouldn't I would consider going there from that statement yeah okay Southwest Airlines low price no worries we're cleaning with disinfectants Markle is of an Asterix bring your own desks in your own hand sanitizer the whole plane thing is ridiculous because you're all in this little confined space you're all sharing the same air there's no way I can be safe so you know I'm talking about advertising it's so interesting I find it fascinating and then I think about taglines do you no ninety circling just just do it just do it that is one of the great lines of all time it's forever never goes out of style is always there and it's symbolic it's just important to nineties the swish I think one of the greatest headline so full of all of the first ever ever make me the company was Calvin Klein and Brooke shields I want to play that for you right now I don't know what comes between me and my calvins I think Calvin Klein jeans that message broke through that stayed with common client through the entirety of his jeans business of put them on the map well I think that's really really powerful is something to think about welcome back and I think about my former company was changing America's changing into in that last the test of time until I had to come up with something different and I like so many other fashion brands went through seasons in the word fashion is about change we're talking about change because change could be change can be meaningful and and we're always changing but I think about the retail business dying dying from lack of change which sold retail bankruptcies this week the good news about bankruptcy chapter eleven is companies get a chance to come back end of those that don't I have met their time you know one of my favorites although Jess great company right chapter eleven yes I'll do it hello we were big fans of al though they have a great assortment of shoes I was surprised that they run into financial difficulties every time I walked in the store it's always packed and always looks like a busy company turns out that L. does not sell enough sneakers they don't have branded sneakers they don't access the Nike or adidas or whatever and that's causing them problems so I thought that was interesting what I did find was also interesting was trying for a baby dolls went bankrupt this week chapter eleven and that's not too long after they were just four by one of these financial lenders no surprise no John produces a little on the high side of chronic pain no really they compare to rag and bone and J. brand or Adriana Goldschmidt of there there but it's very very selective very rock and roll is very contemporary and modern and maybe there's just not enough customers well it's not clear to me whether there's money in this industry is helping what I do know this if you change nothing nothing will change in tonight what we're talking about this was a changing America changing into I would tell you the future retail's really littered with the blood of so many people there's too many stores that have been too many stores I talked about this before of course you build the wall today in a great neighborhood three years twenty years from now the neighborhood is still in the same neighborhood someone for store closer someone built a wall ten miles away in a better neighborhood it's new and it's approved and it's great and that affects people but you know the last thing I want to say about retail the one I sent earlier today in the show everybody seems to think they know but everybody just has an opinion nobody knows where this world is going there's a lot of change afoot and nobody really knows people could have their comments you what I know as much as about that are you to view the full name Michael Gould Michael Gould was the former chairman and CEO of Bloomingdale's and I asked them what is the future of retail and he looked at me and he says farm unions have been going to mark as far back as the ancient Greeks it's written they went to market they want to shop they want to be entertained they went for the experience that shop they have a Cup of coffee three would be entertained in their shopping and that is the future of retail and malls around the country and department stores will have to be more entertaining provide more on experiences is the key word experiences for their people which leads me to the six billion dollar wall that was recently bill called the American dream mall the middle class they built it for entertainment purposes they built it with swimming pools ice skating rinks they actually have a ski slope they have an indoor roller coaster it's one of the most amazing morals and then what the plague and if I'm not mistaken it is or is going bankrupt so so much for experiences so much for change the one thing we know is the world is changing well in this world are going to need new skills they're going to have to adapt to change what is changing America changing into nobody knows take a break be back in a minute in fact this is mark Webber we're living in strange times no question about it we're regrouping were you thinking about what our lives look like we're working from home and that is a new phenomenon what is changed is that we are video conferencing we're being seen when we're working from home in the past we did our jobs when we worked at home we called an information we sent emails that they were being watched we're all there were having video conferences will being seen one of the biggest mistakes you could make is forgetting that you are in a workplace different workplace but you are working and you're being seen kosher at home competition in the workplace is not changed you're competing you're trying to prove that you are special and you deserve the best that your company has to offer with this in mind I think about my friends at venues of one of the greatest shirt makers in our history in our life they've been around for over a hundred fifty years not only do they make great shirts it's a given that the quality is exceptional there it is perfect what they look right when you're sitting in front of your.

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"brooke shields" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"First liberty because are you ready this is me read any literate model that all of you know has been meeting a man in an apartment several times a week the man is an executive with the venture capital firm I'm not sure why she would have the need to be seen him let alone so frequently Christy crinkly no Heidi who Brooke shields is this like this is what you were gonna say Giselle jun Chen okay fall please but no I was gonna say he he had the lead hi this is model we all know she's famous but like how a young twenties thirties forum maybe late twenties early thirties and so is she in a relationship that we know of well she's married yeah this is merry the yeah we know it is somebody that we know also to like a celebrity humans yeah I suppose hello a celebrity in as much as they have a last name that people would recognize right of Baldwin no she's not a bold when she's also a certain all right this person is a host an entrepreneur a model and also allegedly supposedly had a secret relationship with a very famous singer that was never actually confirmed I am trying even posed on a magazine cover together how do we know who probably not heard since goodness a very famous well that this remotely rather discount we we're back okay one lesson the person that she posed with on the cover of this magazine they did a whole pictorial celebrating their friendship oh god I feel like this is on the tip of our tongue it is the famous friendship do we not like do we talk about her well we do in the context of that very famous friendship a lot of people thinking maybe they were more than friends at one point in time but then they had a falling out I think Carly class I got it I got it I got it the drawer is full okay so really fire sauce from Taco Bell this is a really interesting for a couple reasons but please do the thing with okay Karlie Kloss is married but she's been meeting a man in an apartment several times a week the man is an executive with the venture capital firm anti lawyers not sure why Karlie Kloss would have the need to be seen him because she is married into a very wealthy family let alone so frequently her because she married Jared Kushner right his brother his brother yeah Josh Duggar Josh Kushner interesting who's the guy the executive adventure cow we don't know him know that we do have cast him the friend on the cover Taylor Taylor swift I thought I was thinking of like a guy that she was in a relationship where remember we had the whole with.

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

09:28 min | 3 years ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"He tweets your Jim since you hired Andre Agassi to work with the x our for TI. Can you ask him what happened with Brooke Shields? He is not on rag ac-. And as far as Andre Agassi. What happened Brooke Shields? I don't really know staffy. I don't know. This is a big Andre Agassi house. I love on rag ac-. He's one of my favorite athletes of all time, one of my favorite athletes of all time. Andre Agassi's book is one of the top three sports books. I've ever read. It's incredible. Believe me, I would love to Andre world here. But no, it's not the new guys not Andre Agassi. And it's not Steve wilko's. It's none of these people as promised we are joined right now by MLB network insider, good front of the program. You can watch John across MLB network programming including on its morning show. MLB central weekdays at ten AM eastern. Plus, you can read his work on 'em LB dot com. I can talk him about any number of things. Jon morosi is my guest John have you back. How are you? Jim, my friend. It's always a great pleasure to talk with you. Especially at this time of year. We got baseball just finishing the first month CC's about the may get his three thousand strikeout tonight and the Stanley Cup playoffs, my friend. I'm not even sure where to begin with all the upsets in the wild cards playing. So well, so all of that set where am I going to start in Toronto where you were for the long awaited debut of lot of Guerrero junior before we get into how he played John. What is his arrival mean, not only? Canada. But also in the Dominican Republic was in that game on Friday. I think it's important to point out was broadcast nationally in three countries. It was broadcast nationally in Canada, and in the Dominican Republic and in the US as well on MLB network and get really speaks to just the the broad appeal of junior. We saw him at the the raptors game over the weekend meeting creko he really is an immediate star. And it's certainly been something that's been building for a while. Also at the same time with his father's roots in Montreal. Of course, he was born in Montreal. His mother lived there for a number of years and speaks French. So he's got a great cultural connection to Canada and his Ross Atkins said at the Blue Jays GM over the weekend that really Vladi junior understands what it means to play for both the city and country, and he's really embraced it. So he is someone who Jim they're such great fascination for him in the Dominican Republic as Jose Mota. Who of course, himself is one of the sons of Dominican. Baseball family described flat junior as equal pay is the son of the country, and they really you really got that sense of just how much pride there was for his debut, and certainly all the great things to come as well in his career. Jon morosi joining us as long as you put it like that you did speak with lots senior before the game. And you did someone Spanish now you, and I have talked in the past about the time and the effort that you put him when it comes to learning Spanish. So what did it mean to you to talk a lot of MIR into do so in his language? Well, thanks, Jim. It was a pleasure for me. And I really those the moments that that you train for and not being a native speaker of Spanish, but but something that it's been a big initiative that I've had over the years is taking every chance I've got to practice the language speaking people every day that I that I see just out about in my life away from baseball. But it helps you get ready for that moment. And and really listen intently, and it's interesting that I've had a number of interviews where I've done that way where I've spoken the questions in Spanish, and then translated them and then translated the answers. Back, and I'll be honest. And I said to flat senior, I'm not I'm not perfect this. I I've probably make a mistake. But if you speak slowly, then I've got a chance to make this happen and east mild and nodded and was very very engaged in that. I think that that for for baseball players that have grown up and having to always try to to fight that battle of speaking in your second language and trying to understand just in your daily life. They appreciate the effort. And so when when I always come to what the Dominican player Venezuelan player and express it. Hey, I'm gonna make this happen. You can help me by speaking slowly as best you can. And then we'll try to get through this together. There's always that smile and then acknowledgement that we're going to do this. And it's going to be great. So I think for me it's been one thing Jim where I would say Dominican Spanish is different from Venezuelan Spanish, the Mexican Spanish different than Cubans Panish that they're all different dialects beautiful in their own way. So for me, it's been an ongoing process. Trying to learn the different vernacular. And that's probably that next step. Figuring out those idioms to be able to help share those. Stories as best. I can't nicely done. John rose. He is my guest John moved on. You can't win a playoff spot or earn a playoff spot. Neighbor will be certainly can't lose one. So how worried would you be if you're the defending champion Boston Red Sox and not only are you not over five hundred but your five games below it? And you run differential is a minus thirty one point, Jim. And that's really where the to me the concern comes in that run differential. And and you look at last year's playoff picture of the ten teams that made it nine of them were at five hundred or better on this day last year. And the only one that wasn't was the dodgers they were below five hundred but they had a positive run differential, which indicated to me everybody at the time. At least that they were probably going to get better as the year went along. That is not the case for the Red Sox right now as you point out one of the worst one differentials in the American League, they're below five hundred and also there in the division with the team that has the best record in baseball right now the Tampa Bay rays, and by the way, the Yankees have somewhat miraculously one twelve. Out of fifteen despite the fact that had half they're team hurt for the last couple of weeks. So it's really an incredible story. And so to me, Jim if the Red Sox are not better than the Yankees. Now when the keys are basically at fifty percent that how can they possibly expected better than the Yankees when they get back to full strength. So I look at the Red Sox rotation. Big star today tonight for Rick Portillo's ERA is above seven Nathan evolved, as we know the postseason here over last year he is on the injured list. Chris sales got enough to bumpy. Start the bullpen. I believe the middle part is really showing that the the lack of strength. Not having Craig kimbrel has had now and the rest of the bullpen. Ryan braziers done well in the night, then but there's been a trickle down effect with the middle part of the game not being strong. So I think offensively they're starting to click a little bit. But to me, Jim, I'm worried about the lack of consistency day in day out. Even in a game. They won last night at water Rodriguez does not get out of the fifth inning. I am very concerned about the defending world champ. Sean morosi joins us for. Few moments Jong back to the Yankees. It's amazing as you point out. They've won twelve of fifteen one nine ten the number of their injuries that they've suffered. As far is incredible. How do you explain them being six games over five hundred was a great point Jim because to me the way they've been able to play. And it's it's the next question. I think the answer is their depth. And they've been able to have some young players come up in the minor leagues. They weren't really counting on to make go her mind is one example in the rotation leaves five and one of the sub three IRA. He's been sensational Masahiro Tanaka as pitch like an ace as well. James Paxton settled in a bit and even with the bullpen, injuries Adela Matanzas. That's why they've got that Britain got adamant Avino. It's it's remarkable that bullpen could lose someone of Batanes caliber and really not miss a beat. Tommy Canley has come back in pitch quite well for them in the lineup. All the credit for me, not not all the credit. But a lot of the credit has to go to Luke Voight Luke boy to someone who last year, maybe was looked upon as being a nice little short-term story. They weren't really sure if is going. To be able to sustain a success. Well, he has and in many ways Jimmy is Ben the Yankees most reliable hitter. So who would have thought on the team with all? These stars superstars big names that Luke Voight would be the most best offensive player for this team in the month of April. But that is exactly what has happened for the Bronx bomber no doubt. Jon morosi joining us for few moments. John got asked about Cody Bellinger. He had a couple of hits an RBI last night that raises batting average to four thirty four fourteen home runs thirty seven RBI. He leads the league in nearly every hitting category. How impressive is he been so far? And then how does that first month stack up with some of the best starts to a season in baseball history? Well, that's actually great. We were discussing here last night on at one whip around where we're really the point was made. This may be actually the best start to a season. We have ever seen offense that actually his pace more hits this point on nature didn't his record-setting year more total basis than Ruth and his record-setting year. More RBI than hack Wilson or more home runs even than Barry Bonds back through his record-setting here, Jim. So you could make the argument, I think pretty forcefully. This might be the best all around starts with than we have ever seen remarkable numbers. And I think to this those thirty seven Rb now, I realized that that RBI may or may not be the best way to measure hitting. But just think about that and multiplied even by five, and then you pay so the rest of the rest of the season that is an incredible amount of of of RBI that he's on pace for their frankly, as we have not seen that level of RBI in season in a very very long time. He's got a great offense to hit in and his overall swing adjustments. Jim I give him so much credit. He was I think on some level expose last couple playoffs that he had a weakness. He addressed it. And we're seeing the results right now. It has been extraordinarily to watch Bellinger play in the month of April his natural. He had a great rookie season..

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Now, how about that happen if your kid had the right as the scores and the right grades and the right everything it's still that competitive, and I could do something like not legal. Yeah. Yeah. If I could deal a little bit and help out and whatever then you would. But if I don't even but I just don't even believe that. I don't even believe that unless you could build a building. I just don't believe that that actually really helps. I mean for these two women who have incredible success in their careers and money for them to have to go through all of this just to get their kids in. I mean, Joe goes to show you it's not that easy. Well, what's so crazy as Lawry's daughters like YouTube stars and one of them has historic said. I don't want to go to college, right? That's where it's the parents thing. It's probably them. That's the case and she wants to do YouTube and everything let her go to a school. She can get into work and go have fun because here's the other thing about college. And I really believe this. I think colleges such a good period of time to figure stuff out. It's like you're on your own, but you still have a safety net of of your parents because they're paying for school usually or you're paying student loans. So you have to be, you know, you know, like, you have to know that that is is a way to on your shoulders, but it's a good time to to be in that waystation of out of your parents house, but not in the real world yet you could fail a little bit. You could succeed a bit a little bit because unless you're going to graduate school. No one's looking at your GPA when you graduate, right? Exactly. You're just say I have a degree from a lot of people though in the entertainment industry their kids. Normally don't end up going to college. I think because they almost want to go down the same path their parents. Did and they end up getting into the entertainment world. And I think it's easier for them to just take a year off in the men just not going. Maybe it depends. But I've seen a lot of people take time off and go to college and Brooke Shields went to Princeton. And I mean, there's so many kids that I feel I have gone to college. But I know what you're saying. But here's the thing that's their family business. So right. So if you're an actor or director, and you put your kid in a movie should that not be allowed like where you draw the line of? Yeah. But I don't know to me at again, a lot of people are not agreeing with me, they're saying it's all the same thing to me the sheeting. Yeah. I mean, just the blatant cheating and having someone take a test for your kid and pasting a picture of someone's face on your. It's just a lie. It's not sweetening the deal. It's a lie. I know. But I guess if you've really looked at it it really all is ally. All of them are. How did you hear about that story with the Warner Brothers? He was ahead at Warner Brothers. And there was a woman that he was having an affair with come in the Ed basically promised to get her roles in movies in these big time movies, and there's text messages going back and forth, and she was with somebody else and whatnot. But he had promised her to get her a role in a movie, and he was like trying to get stuff for her. But he everything failed everything failed..

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Still Buffering

"That you know, but those were celebrity endorsements. Yes. And we kind of understood that that was something that was it was a commercial. You know, it was like it was in a music video or a movie like we kind of understood the connection between like this product this year because of money, I don't did we have anything like that. I don't I don't know what we had that was akin to an influence her because I don't know what their venue would have been because the thing is like like you said if you were going to be paid to advertise something in the nineties, you were a celebrity already right of some of some level of celebrity. You weren't just somebody who tried on a lot of different clothes and happened. No lot about clothes and posted. Really great pictures of yourself in or something. I mean that just wasn't it wasn't possible. Because where did you put those pictures, and how did people know who you were like, it just wasn't a thing. You were a celebrity you were doing an ad, and certainly I guess in that way, you're an influence her, you know, because you see this great commercial like what I'm thinking of like, Brooke Shields, and guess jeans. That's like a classic one. Right. Sure. It is classic. It's like a classic example of a celebrity endorsement where everybody was like who gosh, I got. To get those genes gotta be like, Brooke. This is amazing. She looks so great. I need those jeans. I feel like candies candies. Tapped a lot of like current like young attractive female like celebrities and musicians advertise their shoes. Yeah. For sure. But yeah, I mean, even like dissonance because biggie like, what are the things that influence things? I thought I needed was like game shows the prizes like kitchen. Yeah. Like you thought you needed moon shoes because it was a prize? You thought you needed a Casio keyboard because it was that was the only reason I knew it became nights were. Yeah. Get them on double dare, right? Like. But it was still very much like it was all, you know, it was all big money, and it was all still very much an advertising frame. There was never. There was never any doubt. When they were trying to sell you something, you know. I mean, it may have worked sometimes like sometimes they use of the celebrity may have made the ad work. But I I never felt like I was confused as to whether or not they were trying to sell me something or if it was like, I'm just very cool. And this is stuff that I like, so you should like it too. And I think that's the difference. Is that an influence or is there like a they walked between worlds? Yeah. Right. It's only recently that I mean now, I feel like doesn't you to have some sort of rule about you have to say when things are are promoted or when things that's our Instagram has become too. There's a little if something like a paid partnership like they're paying you to make a post about their product, or whatever there's a little line underneath there. Like name right above their picture that says like paid partnership with whoever which it sounds like from these from these documentaries about fire festival part of the push for that came from this right or either that's part of why there was legal action taken run or the other that this played into it because it was really interesting. I was talking about this concept of influencers with Justin. And he said this was a big problem in like the world of video games, especially for him as video game journalists because a lot of people would listen to like what an influence or would tell you over what a journalist would. Well, you because they were seen as like individuals who weren't part of anything. They were you know, they were speaking for themselves and like you could trust them because it was just their opinions. Right. But influencers are often paid for what they're saying. Yeah. You know, they're they're advertising, and before they had to say that it was really easy to get away. With like now, this is just the cool stuff. I'm end to and they're not held to the same standard that you would expect journalists to be held to which is like, we know if you're writing about something you're not taking money for it. Because if you are you're going to like get called out and fired. Yeah. Because you can't there's a standard of ethics. There is no standard of ethics for influencers. You know, what is that code of conduct? It doesn't exist right. Yeah. That's true. And it is like I do like, obviously, there are certain restraints on it now. But I remember watching YouTube videos, not that long ago, and like watching like, you know, like a makeup like a cause play YouTube or that I like, and you know, they'd start off they'd be drinking tea and be like start every day with my diet tea, and like I love it. It gets restarted. It's great for me anyway, and then go onto to'real go onto thing. And it's like, isn't it like, but then you'd see a couple of the people of the same realm do that same thing. And it's like, oh, but this is a weird. Like, there's no Mark. There's no nothing about it. That says this is an ad. It's just this is part of my life, and how many people went, oh, well, if they use that I should probably

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"brooke shields" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Least in Chicago. There are people who are still finally Friday go for some of them. You know, we could use remember that show. Suddenly, susan. With with Brooke Shields have accused that theme when when Saturday gets here suddenly Saturday, I prefer suddenly Seymour from. Of course, great voice in that. By the way, before I forget, Roger what whose jersey is. Now, the Dow, wait a minute. I told you a little bit of a newscast. Oh, no, no, no, no, don't rushing you. All right here, we go. So we dealt with yesterday's was the White Sox and today or you guys are gonna like this. Okay. All right breath. If if I if I had this one the right seventeen so number sixteen for the Chicago Cubs. Yes. Anyone in their taking guess I need to have ever sixteen currently. No, no, no, one of the Chicago Cubs players in history. Yes. Who wore number sixteen. Anybody wyoming? I remember a Ramos Ramirez. But I don't want to remember around. Third baseman. Now, he was he was good while he was batting average is an animal fighter. Oh, well, this is a cubs player. From my youth who unfortunately was able unable to reach his full potential, Ken hubbs..

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"brooke shields" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"brooke shields" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All remember this one from the Perner shift for a drug free. America was a PSA. This is your brain. This is your brain on drugs. Was it a fraud? Was it an egg in a frying pan? Yeah. Yeah. That was that was sterling's commercial. This is sterling's brain, sterling. Oh, now, number forty four. Oh break into a sweat when I think about this one nineteen Seventy-nine size thirteen years old. I just forgot her name. Oh, blue lagoon who's in blue lagoon. Why can't I think of her name? I'm picturing her Brooke Shields. Nothing comes between me and my Kelvin's. Yes. I remember that one a thirteen year old. How do you forget like what what what did she say nothing comes between me, and my Calvin Brooke Shields. Now, here's an iconic one. I think this is low at number fifty three when e f Hutton talks people. Listen. Oh, wait a minute. If he sings this when it'd be much better. Let me go to Hillsborough and Kevin you're on seven hundred wwl. View. Shopping. About nine years old that this will be forever. The the by the world the coke. I'd like to.

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Abc, Mytalk and Dan discussed on Colleen and Bradley

Colleen and Bradley

01:05 min | 4 years ago

Abc, Mytalk and Dan discussed on Colleen and Bradley

"You aren't a school for the rest of us also roseanne trending the reboot is debut in tonight on abc also brooke shields is trending today as she's posing in her bikini on a tropical vacation yesterday it was kelly ripa markan swallows today it's brooke shields everyone is on spring break this week also trending an alligator yes an alligator because a louisiana couple used alive alligator for a gender reveal video i would categorize that as not a good idea at all that's trending here at mytalk and now it's time for your five eyewitness news weather forecast it's brought to you by dan's south outside marine today we are going to have mostly cloudy skies in a high forty eight tonight partly cloudy skies and a low of thirty two and tomorrow mostly cloudy skies continue this time with a high fifty three currently at the mytalk studios it's thirty six and it's cloudy now you know what we know see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com so baby.

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