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"charlie puth" Discussed on WTOP
"Thorough investigation and will continue to work with the girl's family in the school community when asked police could not offer more detail about the investigation. Meghan clarity WTO P news. Ten 35. When the west went from the fields of body today is the annual announcement that means summer can not be too far away. Sting is just one of the artists who will be performing this summer at wolf trap. Today we are announcing over 50 nights of music and art and culture. Arvind manoj ahead of wolf trap, the summer season starts just before Memorial Day. Got into a couple of nights of John Legend. We've got Charlie puth in that first month as well. He says whether you're a symphony or a new wave fan and opera or indie rock person, there's something for you and it will be a chance to say some goodbyes. But he goes, obviously, blues, icon and royalty, and he's making his farewell tour. And Kenny lockin is doing his farewell tour called this is it. The law can stay in WTO he knew. Well, whether you identify as a Republican or a Democrat, the government is the most pressing problem facing our country. A new Gallup poll finds concerns about the government and its leadership, topped the list according to 24% of Republicans and 18% of Democrats and democratic leaning independents. Inflation is the number two issue on the list of concerns followed by immigration. In fourth place, the economy, which fell 6 points to 10%, its lowest reading in a year. Americans are feeling positive about the job market with 64% saying it's a good time to find a quality job. The poll of more than a thousand adults was taken earlier this month. It has a margin of error of plus or minus four percentage points. Keep it here coming up. Preventing elegant city floods, our work is far from complete. I'm Nick ein Ellie, ten 36. Hi
"charlie puth" Discussed on WTOP
"News. Problems with the independent state agency that helps Marilyn parents finance their children's higher education may not be fixed for months. That's what the executive director of Maryland 5 29 says in a memo obtained by the Baltimore sun, nearly 500 people who invested in a prepaid college savings plan with Maryland 5 29 say they've been unable to access their money since last spring, or they got lower payments than expected. In 2021, the trust found a calculation error that led some accounts to get higher interest payments than they should have. That prompted the agency to suspend interest earning on accounts in spring of last year while it worked on a fix in response to questions from state lawmakers, the program's executive director says in the memo, the problem may not be resolved until late this year. When the west went through the fields of party it's the early announcement that means summer can't be too far away, sting is just one of the artists performing this summer at wolf trap. Today we are announcing over 50 nights of music and art and culture. Arvind manoj ahead of wolf trap, the summer season starts just before Memorial Day. Got into a couple of nights with John Legend. We've got Charlie puth in that first month as well. He says whether you're a symphony or a new wave fan and opera or indie rock person, there's something for you and it will be a chance to say some goodbyes. But he goes, obviously, blues, icon and royalty, and he's making his farewell tour. And Kenny lodgings is doing his farewell tour called this is it. The law can stain WTO. Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather. While the price tag of an elegant city flood prevention plan went up by nearly 50 million, I'm Nikhil
The One You Feed
"charlie puth" Discussed on The One You Feed
"And while that may be true economically, and it's very possibly going to be true in a variety of other ways, climate wise and all that. I do think that when I look at kids around that age today, they have an emotional awareness that was simply not present in me at that age. And no one to model it at that age. I totally agree with that, and I'm so glad you brought that up. I mean, as an artist, you know, one pitfall that a person can be trapped by is judging your career based on how much money you're making in your book contracts or how many copies are selling or something like that. That's an awful way to view your career. You should be trying to be better as a craftsperson. You should be trying to get better at your craft all the time. I was thinking about that even this morning. Long before our talk, just thinking what I want to instill in my kids is not that they need to make it a shitload of money. It's be happy within yourself. Have a good connection to nature. Have a great marriage. Be good to your siblings. Be good to your friends, be part of a community. If you're doing all those things, everything else falls into place, the happiness falls into place, you know? I do think like my son and daughters generation, there's so much more sensitive than I was. Oh yeah. You know, I was a barbarian as a teenager. I'm not proud of the person I was ages 12 to 20, probably, right? And I think they're light years ahead of where I am. You know, they accept everybody, they're aware of the challenges in our natural world, and I feel like they're a little more attuned to it than I ever was, and so part of me thinks like one of our challenges is just, how do we bring young people into politics? How do we bring them into power? Let's let The Old Guard go. Go by the wayside, you know? Let's move into some fresh territory. Are you ready to have your holiday boosted with a trip to jingle ball Miami? What about your access boosted to hang in a private party with Charlie puth? And your wardrobe boosted with limited edition jingle ball swag? Of
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2022 American Music Awards: See the Complete Winners List
"Taylor Swift won artist of the year at the American Music Awards for a 7th time Sunday in Los Angeles I'm Archie's are a lot of with the latest Taylor Swift won 6 awards out of the 6 for which he was nominated at the American Music Awards She says she was lucky enough to make music that she likes and fans embrace it so she makes more I have the fans to thank essentially for my happiness One of the showstoppers of the night was an all star tribute to Lionel Richie led by Stevie Wonder and Charlie puth on pianos Other winners include Beyoncé Bad Bunny Harry Styles BTS Kendrick Lamar and Morgan
The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"charlie puth" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"One 8 8 8 5 three two 3500. We're 2022 iHeartRadio jingle ball. Presented by Capital One. Y'all ready to have some fun. Starring at Dua Lipa. Charlie puth. The Backstreet Boys. The Kid Laroi. AJR. And more. The biggest holiday party of the year. Jingle bells. Our iHeartRadio jingle ball coming live from New York to The CW app in CW TV dot com on December 9th. Let's jump into the book a little bit. Again, so the book is spaced out how the NBA's three point revolution changed everything you thought you knew about basketball. I liked this as kind of a companion piece to Kurt goldsberry sprawl ball of a few years back. I think the two of these together explain the era and the roots of the era very well. And yours goes far deeper into kind of bringing out some of the things that even were going on in the 80s that explain what came in like the mid 2000s. Which is the 1880s or the 19 because there's a little bit on the 1880s. That's true. You went really deep into the into the history books there. Naismith never never accounted for pace and space though. So just as a quick reference point here and you've got a lot of this stuff in the book, but I just was doing a quick and dirty look on basketball courts before we got on. Here's how quickly things have changed because I often think in my own head about, well, this era started with Mike D'antoni and Steve Nash and the sons and 7 seconds or less in the mid 2000s. But the acceleration of the last 7 years is really what's striking. So the warriors are leading the league right now at 41 three point attempts per game, which is just kind of mind boggling. The year they won their first title in 2014 15, they were averaging 27 a game. Let's say and I was like leaving the league. Yeah. And there were second in the league, I think, to Houston. But that's only 7 years ago. It's 7 years, the warriors went from being a team that we thought was predicated on three point shooting. The splash brothers, but the average 27 threes a game now the average 41. That same year 2014, 15, the rockets led the league with 32.7 three point attempts per game. That would rank 20th today. Yeah. Again, this is not a 20 year comparison. This is 7 years. And the warriors would rank last, I believe. Yeah, I didn't look up that one. But yeah, I'm sure you're right. The hulk's right now, our last at 28.4 per game, and that would have been second in 2014. We're talking like 8 years, 7 years. It's crazy. So we know about a lot of the roots and you go into a lot of the roots in detail in your book. You explain where 7 seconds or less comes into play, where Don Nelson's we believe warriors come into play. Where rules changes come into play. There's all these interesting inflection points. And I want to ask you about that too, but first, why are we seeing such an acceleration over the last even just half decade or so in particular? Is it just everybody rushing to catch up? Is it just that the mass became so determinative and we aren't in an analytics age, like why is it accelerating so quickly now because the leaps from 1979 80 when the three point shots introduced to 1990 or 90 to 2002 1002 thousand compares to what's happened in the last 6, 7 years. So I think there are two ways I can answer that question. The first is sort of from a more philosophical human history perspective, which is generally speaking big technological advances proceed in spikes. You've got gradual exchange and then somebody has this kind of brilliant new idea and then it just very short stretch. It just spikes. And then it kind of that's the new normal, and then it levels off. And then it spikes again. I mean, just think about social media as a concept or cell phones, you know, how quickly that went from, you know, what the hell is this thing to like, this is just a normal part of our lives. And that is generally, I think, how human history proceeds. In the NBA example, I think all the things that you said are the answer and they all kind of mush them together and create this exponential effect. There is, I think, evident in what the warriors were able to accomplish and how that changed the league. All of these things were happening at once. There was an analytics movement that was saying three is more than two. There was a burgeoning kind of pace and space movement that was very much illustrated by the suns. And I tell this story about how I think the sons of D'antoni kind of split into like a two factions, almost like kind of two sex of a religion. Where the warriors are kind of the more for lack of a better word, the art sect. And the rockets are kind of the more like science prosaic industrial set. And it's their rivalry that they kind of constantly are bashing their heads against the wall against each other. But the other 30 teams was like, well, I can take a little bit from here. We can stand further away like the rockets, but actually we need to cut a lot like the warriors and we need to move and they collected forces elite forward. You know, you had to catch up to them. But I think the biggest thing is that all of these things kind of for whatever reason kind of come to a head right at one moment and create all the conditions to cause us. I mean, there were people well before Mike D'antoni, who said you should play faster and kind of play more loose loosely. There were people before those, you know, these teams that said we should shoot the ball more than three. There are people Don Nelson in particular who say, well, why do we have, why do we have to have a center look like a center point guard look like a point guard? I mean, I tell the story about Billy knight in the book, the old host GM, who was had the 6 8 fetish, really. You know, there are people that did that. There were people that, you know, were pick and roll heavy rather than isolation heavy. It's just that all of these forces kind of came together at the exact moment that they needed to. At around, I think, again, in the mid 2000s. And it's through the collection of all of them kind of exploding together that creates this spike. And I guess that's the best way I can describe it is that it's kind of all of these happening at once. If they each happen in isolation, you wouldn't have seen all this stuff happen. This profound transformation and the big point I would stress too is that because everybody's shooting threesome or what it is really done and this is what really the book is about as much as the threes is that it's double the chord essentially. So players are standing the borders of a typical half court possession or just a typical possession are essentially twice as long, but you haven't added more players to fill that space. So it just changes everything that you would want to do, how does shooting work? How does moving work? How does the defense work has dribbling work? How does all these things that we kind of accept? It's like, you basically double the service. So it's a different game when you play the same sport over twice as large a space. And that's kind of what ended up happening. Yeah, you mentioned in the book, you talk about this as optimizing space that era is really about is optimizing space and then you note at 1.2 that if you were to pull up a clip on YouTube and drew boxes around like where the players are a collections of players are then do the same thing with like a game clip from 1985 or whenever it would be like dramatically evident. It would just be so obvious it would look like it would look like a different game to your point. It's like we're using more of the court now and that changes everything that you can do in those spaces as you say. You as you wrote, you've optimized
WNYC 93.9 FM
"charlie puth" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Too. And to win or to perform well in November, Democrats need to be able to speak to those top concerns as well. Eileen cardona Arroyo is vice president of the public opinion research firm heart research associates thanks for your time. Thank you so much. The members of the world's biggest KPop band BTS say they will perform the required service in South Korea's military. Their decision lays to rest debate there over whether they should get service deferrals or exemption NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul. Ever since that day you went away. Japan announced in June that they were going on a hiatus to top up their creative juices and do solo projects like this recent collaboration between BTS Jungkook and Charlie puth. But all able bodied Korean men over 18 have to serve in the military and all 7 members of BTS have always insisted they would when the time comes. Cedar bio seiji a Korean studies professor at Busan national university explains. Because going to the military is considered such an important Rite of passage in Korea. Because it's a duty for all Korean men just like getting an education or paying taxes or voting. But the law was changed two years ago to allow pop stars to defer enlistment until age 30. BTS oldest member jinn got a deferral, but he turns 30 in December, and he said yesterday he's ready to serve. The rest of the band members said they'd follow suit. Cedar bow sagey says South Korea's government is learned from the debate. The government has been using BTS as a way to steal out public sentiment towards military service. The takeaway seems to be that fairly distributing civic duties is more important than topping the billboard charts. But BTS members may not like acting as a sounding board. But not until the 2020 song BTS rapper Suga insisted that BTS members would do their military service when they had to, and those who were trying to cash in on BTS should shut up about the issue. BTS management says the band plans to reunite in 2025 after completing their military duty. Anthony Kuhn in PR news sold. This is NPR news. This is WNYC later on morning audition British prime minister Liz truss is facing enormous criticism for her economic policy missteps, but she tells the BBC she will not resign. I'm sticking around because I was elected to deliver for this country and that is what I am determined to do. The latest on the
"charlie puth" Discussed on The Vergecast
"Bashing over 1000 different shapes together to form the letters. This was a very difficult process, but it turned out amazing. It all sounds very branded, and it is. But so are real life concerts, so I'll roll with it. The first concert at I heartland was Charlie puth, and it was way less exciting than the Travis Scott show. It happened a couple of weeks ago in Fortnite, and basically all that happened was we stood there and bopped around as a pre recorded Charlie puth concert played on the big screen. You can see how this is way more repeatable. It's just a video file playing on a screen inside of a game. But there are still some unique things about it as connell told me that he thinks make it feel like more than just a video. So first of all, even in that 2D video, Charlie puth is calling out the Fortnite audience that he is playing to. Not a big thing, but that's a thing. He's aware of the platform he's on. The second thing is there's a bunch of gameplay leading up to the actual concert itself, trivia with and by Charlie puth himself. There is a bunch of mini games that we've built and I heartland in Fortnite. You'll see the same in Roblox that players are totally encouraged to break away from the show and go just do that if they want to. There is a whole commerce of being able to collect and spend currency soft by heart currency as you see fit. So it's this blend of, okay, I'm here for what is a quote unquote traditional media 2D show, but you've clearly blended this a bunch with the platform that you're on. That thoughtfulness was super important to us. There are two things in there that I heard from a lot of people about music in the metaverse. One that it's really important that the artists actually address and seem to understand where they are. It's like the musicians who play a different city every night yelling hello, Chicago. And you see this a lot in the metaverse too. Artists saying, hey, it's a Roblox or Fortnite or Minecraft. I Harlan,
"charlie puth" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"To encourage two parent family with two paychecks supporting a family. So I've always thought that that's our goal to actually beat poverty. So I want to make sure that a child comes into a loving situation where they have everything that's going for and two caring parents and that's kind of the way that I look at the whole thing. We just got encouraged that as much as we possibly can because that's how you beat poverty. It's that simple. What's your reaction though? It may be more broadly to what's happened, for example, in Florida. Governor desantis taking aim at Disney clearly over their position about his position. We're seeing, we're seeing companies, as we said, speak out on these social issues, but then in many cases, have some kind of political retribution that actually has a business impact and how you think businesses are going to react as a result of that now. It's, again, I'm torn in this issue because on the one hand, I keep I know that businesses need to be involved, certainly on a variety of issues such as making sure that their employees most important, of course, is making sure that their employees are living above the poverty line and paying wage above the poverty line. But I know from our polling adjusted, there's a whole host of issues that Americans think that companies should be talking about. And again, I'll look at the fight between Disney and the governor there and there are arguments, there are some arguments on both sides of the issue. I can not forgive me. I'm just not, I'm not informed enough to really speak to it that much. Let me ask you a final question, which is something you're very informed about, which is Robinhood, this foundation that you started so many years ago and has done so much remarkable work for the city of New York. The big benefit coming up next week, if there was one thing you could do with Robinhood now, what would it be? I think we just got to keep on doing what we're doing. The benefit next week, our centerpiece is going to be on child care, boys since the pandemic we've lost 15 hundred child care centers in New York City and they're just so, so important. And the reason they're important is a working mother, a single parent mother has to have a place to take her child so she can go earn that paycheck to get her family out of poverty. And child care centers, we know the benefits of early childhood. Here's an interesting fact that I didn't know. You can forecast prison beds incarceration rates, 15 years from now. But the number of third graders that can't read and accounting, and the reason why is because 90% of a child's development, cognitive development is done by the age of 5. So child care is so important because you have these great places where kids can aggregate and that's where they socially develop and in so many of their so many of their mental faculties are developed during those socialization, those developmental programs. So we think that child care has a 9 to one payoff for every dollar contributed. You get 9 times the bang, a kid that doesn't go to child care is probably going to be something like 33%. 33% fewer earnings than in for the rest of their lifetime and a kid that does go to child care. So our benefits next Monday night, we've got an unbelievable benefit. We've got John Legend Charlie puth. We've got John Mulaney, and we've got two or three phenomenally big announcements. And to quote the favorite line from one of my favorite movies that Joe will remember this could be the greatest night of our life. But we're not getting into the death mobile from animal House. We're going to get into the fun mobile and Robinhood filled with hope. It's going to be awesome. And we got a bunch of really wonderful surprise announcements that I think will be big for New York City. And I hope everyone can go to Robinhood dot org and contribute or buy a ticket and come is going to be a beautiful night of rejuvenation, I think. Paul, we command you on all the good work you're doing. You gave us a lot to think about with the markets this morning. I know that we're going to be talking about a lot of it, and we appreciate you joining us this morning. Good luck next Monday. Thanks so much. Have a great day. Thanks you too. The other line, Paul, after dean warmer closes down and kicks those guys out. 7 years of college. Thank you, sir. May I have another? Next, on squawk pod, living, la dolce Vita. That is nice to sit in the sun and have an Aperol spritz. I'm Scott Wapner when the closing bell rings, we're just getting started. Closing bell overtime is your destination for late breaking news, and after hours action, we're tackling each trading day with actionable advice from some of the biggest names on the street. Follow and listen to CNBC's closing bell podcast today. You're listening to squawk pot from CNBC. Joe, you got some good news. I like this news. Squawk, do we still do that? One of the last holdovers of fun on the show. No, I'm kidding. Shares of Campari are higher. Italy based spirits company reported a 34% increase in net sales. Citing momentum in its brands, including Aperol, an Aperol spritz, wild turkey, not so much it's kind of scary. It also benefited from a strong recovery of on premise consumption in Europe. People are back out, I guess. Sales in the U.S. were up by 6.6% despite what it described as tough comps. And in Italy, Becky, that is nice to sit in the sun and have an Aperol spritz. So have you done? I don't like them too bitter. You can get them with Campari and put it in.
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"charlie puth" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"It to the media. But you got to sit down, family is blood. Listen to mystery, everybody. I hope you're listening to Brittany. Moving along Cuba Gooding junior has pled guilty to forcibly touching a woman in a New York City nightclub. So he played guilty. He's 54 years old. He was a curious of violating three different women at three different Manhattan nightclubs between 2018, 2019. This story was huge and it seemed to disappear, but now it's back. He made the plea deal and he has pled guilty to one count of forcibly touching a misdemeanor against one of the women and as part of the deal he has also admitted to subjecting two other women to non consensual physical contact. It's all on video. These clubs had cameras in them. Now he's got to continue his alcohol and behavior, modification, treatment. I'm not sure quite what that is. He began this in 2019 and he can have no new arrests or he will be in real big trouble if he does. He could face one year in jail on a separate note though mister ya. He is embroiled in another lawsuit, accused of raping a woman twice in a hotel room in 2013 so it seems as if on this first incident he's got off pretty lightly, but it's not over yet for him what are you hearing now? Oh my goodness. He actually said in the courtroom that he was a quote celebrity and didn't want anyone to quote feel slighted. I'm personally sick and tired of hearing people in the public eye who are so used to hearing yes, that they forget how to be human. And they think they can get away with anything and this is this has been several times that allegations have come out that he's touched someone, but let's talk about the financial impact because that's the only way people can learn a lesson is when you take away their money. And I think that's the situation he's going to see. Who's going to want to work with him on the set? Male or female knowing that he has this situation or how he acts in certain situations. So I think financially this is going to be a problem for him and obviously dealing with an alleged rape case. I mean, he may see some serious jail time and you have to pay for the consequences of your actions. Yeah, we've heard rumors about him for a very, very long time. Now it looks as if he is going to be facing them head on. Hey, moving along, what's Elton John up to, mister well, Charlie puth is a singer, and he really likes Elton John. And he got to meet Elton John in a restaurant in Craig's Elton John walked up to him. And he was like, hi, how are you? And I'm like, you're Elton John. This is what Charlie puth says. And he goes, and John says back. Yes, I am. You know, your music soft in 2019. It wasn't good. So Chris, of course, Charlie was taken back a little bit. It was a bit of a gut punch and a wake-up call, but Elton did add your can be so much better at songwriting than this. So that was really important because if Elton John's telling you you have the talent, you just need to put it into effect. That's a good sign. So the two actually collaborated later on a song called after all from Elton John's collaboration album called the lockdown Sessions and he encouraged Charlie to tell the truth with his songwriting and to be authentic and honest. So yeah, it kind of is not cool to get insulted by Elton John, but if it makes you a better songwriter. Rob has anybody ever told you you were bad. Every day I go on my Twitter account, people are so mean to me. It doesn't help out in this case maybe you did. You could have told him I think there's so much more for you or tell the truth more I encourage you to go this direction. I don't think telling anybody they suck helps. I just don't think that's the case. I think telling people they can be better. Or might want to explore this or that. Is the way I go. I don't react well to that sort of criticism. What about you, mister? It all depends if you say that I'm bad at something because I have had people tell me that I'm bad at something. If you give me this tools to fix it, then I'm okay with it. So when I was working on gossip table, I wasn't getting lead stories all the time. So I want to produce her and she said, you don't really prepare the stories the way we need them too. Do a, B, and C and after that, I got better at it. So in that sense, I don't mind, but if you just tell me, I'm horrible and you walk away, then I have a problem. Hey, hey, before we go to break, let's talk about J.Lo. She's revealing the release dates of a new documentary about her iconic creator. It comes out on June 14th. I'm really excited about this. It's going to be on Netflix. I'm told to it's going to premiere at the Tribeca Film, festival, which is a trick. They're doing that to get J.Lo and Ben to the festival on the red carpet. The first movie of the festival is meant to be a film festival. Yes, it's a documentary I get it's up there. But the first one is meant to be a big high profile thing and there's nothing more exciting than J.Lo on the red carpet. What I'm hearing, though, is that she's very much in charge of the documentary, so it's a bit too much of a love letter. If you're going to do a documentary about your life, you've got to tell the good the bad and the ugly and believe it or not, it's beautiful as J.Lo is. There have been some moments in her life that have not been that great. I encourage everybody to tell the truth all of it, all of it don't gloss over it. I'm told this is a very flattering. Documentary, don't get me wrong, I worked for J.Lo. There's lots to be flattered about her sex as the execs extraordinary, but I think sometimes if you put it in a bar as well as the good, it just makes it even better. What about you, miss Steve, we did a documentary of your life. How honest would you be? Oh, my life is just chocolates and rainbows, 24/7, so there would be no bad. That's it. That's it. I struggled to a little bit with this when I was writing my book. And I really dig deep in my first draft, everything about me was just marvelous. There was no problems happy happy happy, and I am a happy guy. But I'm not always happy and my editor really encouraged me to dig deep and talk about this moment and you know what, mister, those are the moments in the book that more people connected with than anything else. When things are not going well and you have to really struggle and you have to fight through it, push through it, we all have to do that. And I don't care if you're J.Lo, miss D or my good self, there's all those moments and I think it makes life more interesting. I maybe I'm.
Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
"charlie puth" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
"At the end of the day, it's all pretty scammy behavior. If you know what I mean, it's just that they've dressed it up in the veil of a relationship and it kind of creates a filter into how you view the relationship that might make you more willing to send this person money ultimately. But it's still scale. So you just have to keep that in mind. Oh, the bumble band adhere once again. I know these tips seem obvious, but if you watched the Tinder swindler, you'll see how elaborate these scams really can be. And the more elaborate the scam, the more you can lose touch with reality. So keep these tips close, then you can be sure that when we meet. You'll swipe left. Damn. Money rehab is a production of iHeartRadio. I'm your host, Nicole lapin, our producers are Morgan lavoy and Mike cascarella. Executive producers are Nikki E Tor and will Pearson. Our mascots are penny and mimsy. Huge thanks to OG money rehab team Michelle lands for her development work, Catherine law for her production and writing magic and Brandon dicker for his editing engineering and sound design. And as always, thanks to you for finally investing in yourself so that you can get it together and get it all. Now you can get McDonald's crispy chicken sandwich. McDonald's spicy crispy chicken sandwich. And or belay a fish. Any tofu just 6 bucks. Sounds really good, doesn't it? Prices and participation may vary single item irregular price can not be combined with any other offer. Tonight on Fox, we celebrate the music you love listening to all year. It's our 2022 I heard radio music awards. Get ready for once in a lifetime performances from the biggest artists in music. Hello, cool J Jennifer Lopez. Making a mistake. Jason aldean. John Legend. Charlie puth. And for your favorite stars, to win big. Don't miss our 2022 I heart radio music awards. Tonight, at 8 7 central. On Fox. Hi, I'm Katie Lowes. I want to create a space for open and honest conversations about all things parenting. And I thought a podcast was the best way to do just that. Check out season 5 of my podcast Katie's crib. We talk about everything from sibling rivalry to divorce and co parenting, to mom, somnia, tune in guys, you don't want to miss it. Listen to Katie's crib every Thursday. On the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts for wherever you get your podcasts..
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"charlie puth" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"So we'll be Goldberg has apologized on the viewer for her comments about the Holocaust and now she's saying yes indeed, the Holocaust was about race. Would be apologized saying quote. So yesterday on our show, I misspoke. I said that the Holocaust wasn't about race and it instead was about man's inhumanity to man. But it is indeed about race because Hitler and the Nazis considered the Jews to be an inferior race. Words matter and mine are no exception. I regret my comments and I stand corrected. What was she thinking? I'm not sure what she was thinking at the time, but as someone who watches the view and I do respect Whoopi, she usually really tries hard to say the right thing. I just am happy that she came out and corrected herself. Yeah, I am too, mister goldenberg who is the head of the anti defamation league. He said that the Holocaust was about the Nazis, annihilation of the Jewish people who they deemed to be an inferior race period. And lord is there. Let's end with a moment of rob, you get a rubber gonna rub you. You get a Donny. That voice inside your head telling you you can't, you won't, you'll never. It's a voice that's gonna steal happiness and joy from millions of people around the world every single day. Don't let yourself be one of those people. That voice is a lie. You are good enough. You are smart enough. You can do this. I promise you, you can. That's it for today. Thank you so much for listening to the naughty Ben nice with raban doni show. That sounds great. Production of IHOP radio, don't forget to subscribe on the iHeartRadio ad Apple podcast whatever you listen, leave us a review if you can and all together and I remember if you go into the naughty, you've got to be nice. It's not even nice with raw..
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"charlie puth" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"I missing the point here? I was quite shocked about this because he did win the Oscar for playing milk. Remember that amazing movie? Yes. About the out gay man in politics, Harvey Milk in San Francisco. It was the amazing movie. And he was married to Madonna. You think of Sean Penn as somebody as having very liberal attitudes towards the staff and it appears that no, he's really angry about it. I just think it's wild. And to me, why does Sean payo a care enough? And then be care enough to come out and make a public statement about it. I love that expression, where is it? What did she say? A gibbering fool. And then she goes, MF, which means we use your vocabulary. You used to be sexy, but now you're just tragic. I think she's hitting the nail on the head here too. I don't find people sexy who are gibbering fools. No doubt. I find someone's attitude the way they feel about other people. That's what turns me on more maybe than even the way you look Sean Penn, you should be a naughtiest of the day, but we're not yet in that part of the show. So let's keep going. Hey, this is a lovely story before we go to break. Harry prince Harry has organized a special Zoom call for all the royal cousins. So Harry might not be able to return to Britain because of safety concerns for a while, but he's decided this is no excuse for the cousins to not get to know each other. So he set up a very, very special Zoom call. It had Archie on a little bit on and also it had catan Williams children and George and Charlotte and livy they've not met each other as a big group. I think this is lovely. So although we know that Harry and his brother, William, they certainly have issues, they're not going to let their relationship there, toxic relationship, affect their children, their kids, their babies, and so they're all jumping on a Zoom together. I think this must be so much fun. Could you put your feelings to one side as a parent to let the children enjoy one another? I would hope that people out there could because the kids are just so young and they need to know each other because family sometimes is all you got. Cousins, as you grow up, you need people there in your life. So George and lily bet they could be besties. I'm not an extraordinary life they all have. They're all royals like they've got something to bind them together that most other families don't have. There are very few people in the world who are going to grow up with those circumstances. It's almost like how pop stars become friends with other pop stars because it's such an unusual life they live only other people in the same boat so to speak, can understand. I think this is lovely and you know what? I'm told from my sources that the children might actually help grow peace for the parents, isn't that wild that the children are the ones acting like adults here, but if something good comes out of this, I think it is just.
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"charlie puth" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"So this is actually a really cringe worthy but amazing interaction. So Justin Bieber, he confronted Charlie puth for what he said on stage 6 years ago. So the two singers, they were on FaceTime together, and it turns out in 2016, pooth yelled FU Justin Bieber. While he was on stage performing his Selena Gomez. Collaboration. Yes. So obviously Bieber took it as like serious, like, hey, just dude, just yelled at onstage. Well, then Bieber finally got a chance to confront him and he can be heard saying we've never really got to talk about just like years ago when you said that he on stage. Of course, Charlie just kind of laughed because he was like awkward. And then Bieber goes, I don't think it's very funny to be honest. Oh. Of course, Charlie was like, you know, he was a joke and I'm sorry. And did they both kind of sit there in an awkward silence? Finally goes. I can't tell if you're joking right now. And then of course, Justin laughed it up 6 years ago. He's over it, but it was hilarious. I love it. The videos are not equal dot com. Donny how long do you hold a grudge if somebody said F donning each other on stage? How long would you remember that? The rest of your life if I know you from that moment to the grave. I because of what I do for a living guy but gossip colab is, but I'm not rattling on on this podcast. So I upset people all the time talking and I forget that I do this. I said you'd be dying for drinks with me and we bumped into a celebrity or two and I've had to give you like a warning like I'm not sure if this is gonna go well. We see the door open to the rest of the bar. We see them and I'm like, I do know them, but I'm not sure they're talking to me or did they get to throw a drink at the terrible I know. I think I'm so lazy too doddy. I forget to hold onto a grudge. I don't. And maybe maybe I should think about this more often, but I've definitely upset people and I've moved on and the problem is done when I move on, I assume the whole world has moved on. No? No, no. We've bumped into a housewife or two darnet and they've said hello, hello. Pull up a chair, have a drink. Oh, they've given me a look. Donnie. You called the wagon. Grab your grab your purse, just in case. I think I've said something that I don't like. It's terrible. 6 years, that's a duddy meacham grudge if ever I've heard one living along. Dolly Parton is saying she hopes she doesn't live as long as Betty White. So Betty White died a few weeks ago. She was 99 years old almost a hundred..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"charlie puth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business lash Palm Bloomberg world Hank water is I'm Charlie puth 13 minutes to go ahead of the closing bell choppy session the Dow hire S&P Harris while little change there We've got NASDAQ on the minus side with NASDAQ down a 103 points down by about 6 tenths of 1% then as stacked 100 index also down 6 tenths of 1% Ten year yield 1.67% the S&P up three now up one tenth to 1% the Dow up 178 up by 5 tenths of 1% Spot gold down 7 tenths of 1% 1791 the ounce West Texas intermediate crude rallying 2.6% 78 77 a barrel crude oil higher on a day when President Biden announces that he is releasing oil from the strategic petroleum reserve Again shares fluctuating tech sector extending losses S&P up three right now up one tenth of 1% I'm Charlie peloton that is a Bloomberg business flash Umbrella How about you let me drive Oh no no no no This is not a toilet Honey please I'll do the bride Okay I don't want to drive This drives us This is the drive to the close On Bloomberg radio All right just got about ten minutes left in today's trading session we are driving to the.
"charlie puth" Discussed on Bobbycast
"If you had to pick one artist songwriter producer. And that was all you could do which choose. Oh just for me just for you can only do one can only do nobody put it like that I would. I would say just just writing because then we'll be singing songs. I didn't right right. So i love singing to people but i love to create if i you know i would love to create is what are you doing refilling. What do you do for fun. What are you doing. Nashville create songs for fun for you. I mean that's probably why you're so good at what you do for me. That's the case. I enjoy what i do. So i get better at it because i love doing it. You know what. I'm kind of inspired by the job for scheuermann which makes me better at the job. If you take yourself out of music though what are you. What are you doing right now. I've been trying to you know have more fun outside of music like that but I like to play basketball. I like to y- be out in nature. Get on a boat somewhere. Go jump on one of these horses out there in the country. They are back. See what they going to do what they're gonna do never worked out for that. That's what they're gonna do. Never good well. Listen i'm super pumped came by. I know yet a crazy weekend. But i'm glad you came over to house said what up and i'm so grateful to be here man. I think it's what i like about. You come by as we were able to. Because we've been talking for forty minutes or so but once people see your entire package together. They don't realize how much they've been secretly influenced by shy. Carter like that and that's kind of the plight of the songwriter. Sometimes i got buddies have written a ton of number ones and nobody knows who they are and they always wanted to be an artist but they never either committed to it or they never felt confident enough to go for it. No sir and so. I mean you wrote all that and now you're just like let's go. Let's go and you're going to be the face of of u. s. Right man is really quite. That's awesome man. i'm big fan. Thank you sir. i'm a big fan of yours. I have a question for you is how do you possibly do. Radio show podcast. Tv shows all these different things. Man guy gave you a little bit of extra hours in a day or every morning. It's extra hours. And i say this i say this as and i mean this as i say because i i'm not that talented anything no hear me. I don't have skill. i don't. I don't have a gift of a skill. Guide gave me that. I'm like a naturally good at music or immigration communicate. Or i'm greg. But what this. But what i was given was. I'd no one is more tenacious. Than when i don't i don't if i have a goal i don't stop Even if i suck. And i don't stop. I get better as i not stopped. None of this makes sense in the english language. Everything i'm saying here is wrong but i don't quit. Don't quit. i continue to learn. So eventually i get good at stuff because i've been bad at it so long and i just kept on so and so now i'm pretty good a lot of things on do. Tv radio not great at any of it but my my trick you know in my pocket has been. I just don't quit. I appreciate that question. That's how i have. Time is that i just grind but now i have a wife just got married. A wife and her goal with me sometimes is stop. Yeah like you're not your job. A big part of who. You are But i put so much worth into what i created. Because i never had anything to support it but now you got somebody who sees the word thing you and they're like you don't even need all of you are already worthy man. You can relax a little bit. She tells me that. I don't know that always believe her. But we're getting there and so for me. I appreciate that question about me. This about you know. But i've seen like that's the that's the number one thing i see in life in general manager. It's never the person as this the most talented or what is the person who works. The hardest managed never gives up that always went becomes the real winner man and most of the times talking about this is an industry where you don't have a lot of success until you get some success like you're always fighting failure like nobody sees when you're failing so if you can just continue swimming you'll get to the other side same for me man. Yeah nobody sees. Nobody sees songs. You're right that don't get cut. Nobody sees all the time. I didn't get hired. I told no for projects but they do see is when it does work out and as long as we can continue we can withstand the nose. N- they can't keep us from the yeses in one day you'll be ballroom ballroom dancing a you guys Follow shy carter official on instagram stream. Bureau my friends. Check it out. If you see him and your town go see him. I love the guy Again following at shy. Carter official. Show i talk to you. Zoom umbrella. switching. 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"charlie puth" Discussed on Bobbycast
"charlie puth" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Now. Let's look at the big new music releases of the week. Travis denning has an ep called dirt road down here is the title track. Kiss all summer time as used to be.
Direct from Hollywood
"charlie puth" Discussed on Direct from Hollywood
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Direct from Hollywood
The Surprising Moment That Charlie Puth Learned To Believe In Himself As A Songwriter
"Trump seem to come out of nowhere in two thousand fifteen when his song again Wiz Khalifa for furious seven soundtrack rocketed up to number one. In reality he'd been grinding for years before that moment honing his craft as a songwriter when he got advice that was a tough pill to swallow at the time. But unless Charlie says, he needed to hear he tells British Q in Twenty twelve is successful songwriter. Told me pretty harshly the time that might lyrics sucked and if I wanted to be better I, really need to hone in on becoming stronger link. It wasn't the easiest thing to swallow at the time but ended up being really beneficial. To heart and really it wasn't see you again the May Charlie feel he grown into a songwriter despite the massive success it was twenty six. We don't talk anymore. He was particularly proud of the pre course and believed in the songs despite resistance from the label. was proven right after became a hit he knew he could trust his instincts.
On Air with Ryan Seacrest
It's Britney Spears And Charlie Puths Birthday Today
"Well today Shelley Bruce birthday Happy Birthday Charlie to Britney spears both celebrating a birthday today that try to two twenty seven Britney spears of ten years his senior both could you be so much to popular music over the years so have you where do you guys December