18 Burst results for "Didi Conn"
"didi conn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I got demolished. Last time I participated in this, So I'm looking to win one for the Gipper here and now let's throw it to your hose. Mm. Thank you Do that cameo costs. What is when the contestants guess? What is the price of a personalized message from a celebrity? Put that in quotes today we have Jeffrey McNamara closest without going over. Mac. You've got to get three out of five. Here. Three out of five to win. Are you ready to do this? Let's rock Mac. First one up is Gary Beause. See Gary Beauty, of course. Star and of everything. Gary Buch, not Nick Nolte. I'm going to give Gary Beauty probably gets a lot of them. So doesn't need to charge a ton. I feel like the people have charged on the ones that don't get a ton of them. I'm gonna say Gary Buc 59 99. I'm not gonna give you that one. Mack. Gary Beauty goes for $350. Is that the most costly one yet? I feel like you can only go to 3 50, right? I have no idea. I haven't every for Gary Beauty. 3 50 for Gary Buc. Give me Nick Nolte doing a Gary Beauty. Next one up here on Danielle, that cameo. Favorite of the show, Justin Long. Shops in long. What'd we just in love could see his photo. He looks like a real dweeb here. No one's going to be requesting. So maybe I'll use the opposite left out is the opposite logic I did for beauty. No one wants to Justin Long Cameo, so he's gotta suck you in. Let's say 24 99. The answer is $125 start of Tusk. Justin Long, huh? Getting worse this game. Mac, You're going to get this next one. Don't worry. You're gonna sweep the next three. From Greece, Didi, Conn. Didi, Conn. That she play the hair lady Frenchy Beauty School dropout. She's probably pretty popular the whole generation, although you know in her day Inflation, etcetera. Somebody a little lower than my initial thing. I'm gonna go $70 on duty. I'm going to give you this one. Max $75 on dd con Nice. Maxie's the value there. I was gonna say 90 initially and then I was like, you know what, Not. He's a lot to her. Let's push it down a little bit, Mack. Next one up here is Jalil Whites from family matters. Steve Urkal also voiced Sonic. Well, he's gonna be hot in the streets. Gharib uses 3 50. And Justin Long's 1 20. I might split the difference with Jalil there and say, Let's just go on even 200. I'll say close enough $159 not great, but not terrible. Not as bad as your first two and the final one Mac Final one from American Idol. The songbird of our generation, William Hung. William Hi Bang Bang. You probably banged him out real quick for like 40 bucks a pop. Mac $30. Oh, $30 And I said to myself, Mac, that value is too good to pass up. Hello, Mac. This is William Hung, and you deserve so much credit. No one else gets it. But you I wish you would mention Spiceworld on the show more. Oh, hello, Mac. This is William Hung. And you deserve so much credit cry. I saw that. And I said, this is the greatest value of all time, and he had it back to me. I'm like 10 hours hung giving me credit. That's amazing. That's so good. Want that audio for your ring town? Well, now I feel like this is gonna We're gonna start some sort of cameo war just trying to one up each other with ridiculous cameos. So Mac 30 don't be too jealous. But I'm in the cameo family. Oh, now that I got emails to prove it, I'm in the cameo family. Oh, they invited you on to camera. No, no. When you buy one of their celebrities, they say that you're in the family now because you have given them money. So will you that wasp that cameo cause who? What? Oh, man. Preview. 123. Yeah. And Boone just three and do King of Queens on go mystery. Go entertainment. I am Gu and.
"didi conn" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"With backtrack. That's why it's a dumb. Gay. Podcast Adum good political podcast. It's all should. It's all shit. Shit. I mean. I, don't know. I. I am extremely. Of, this shit is burdening. This shit is trump. T- argued MP. What I don't know. I don't even know. Hey, everybody welcome to dumb gay pandemic politics I'm Julie and Brandy and this is the podcast where we talk about the week. Corona virus politics like we're talking about reality, TV. The drama going down is better than reality TV. Sure is it sure is all I wanna do is read about how rei impact. Ganja and north face why it's all companies like that. I don't know, but they're boycotting facebook for allowing hate groups and fake campaign ads and fucking. Russian interference and foreign money and every other thing the Hashtag is stop hate for profit. Which is? Shut us. Chefs Kish Chefs? cus I mean I thought fuck facebook. Tag I think that might be better. Dom Hate for prophets fuck markers. I'd say it. Fuck sucker good one I, mean he? He is a Hamburg profiteer. That's what he is. Yes, he's profits off. Hey, he's. Disgusting also tons of NASCAR employees and fans. Descended on on fuck in Talladega nights a stadium and marched on NASCAR after the only black NASCAR driver and fulltime haughty Wallace found a God damn noose in his garage. Let the confederate flag fucking. Go like let it go. You know what I was thinking. Yes this disgusting. How a new like you are! The lowest of the low I mean that's hey that should be. You should go to jail for that to even the fact that means you made a news and you're looking to use it. You're disgusting. You are fucking disgusting now. I was thinking this. Yeah, what if so should someone rich again start? Contest for you for anyone who can't let go of the confederate flag because they won't admit and they won't just deal the fact that it's basically about slavery, and you want to keep saying that it's about the south southern tide and fucking Dukes of Hazzard Goddamn all Bob. Uncle Jesse and shit well. Let's make a new flag for you. Then okay, babies, let's make a new flag. Make yourself a new flag. Get yourself a southern flag. Why can't you just make a rich person's going to hold a contest where someone designs a new? Flag then is that. Will you need? You Need Yeah I. Don't think they want a new flag. Well, that's too bad. I want to continue to eat porterhouse steaks, but I can't. Because it's a, it's A. It's a murder torture so I can't true. You know and your mortgage. Your murder torture when you fucking have that flag straying you like slavery, you want people to feel scared and fear and bad. It's part of our history that is not something to be exalted. That was their flag. Okay, it wasn't just we're fighting to be. The South. Was We're fighting to? Exclude ourselves from the Union so that we can have slaves. That is what the full was. Good by confederate flag by goodbye now your birthday is in five days. So Gross. We hate birthdays here. Asha flick sent you a cameo video which she sure did that was out of the and Vichy said it was early, and it was random and. Prairie, so it was chick from grease, it was decode from Gross Frenchie from Greece and she from Greece. That's right and she said never thought in my wildest dreams. Or thoughts or anything that Didi conn Frenchie would flip caller and go happy birthday Julie like I never thought it million million. Funny Sasha. Thank you. She knew the randomness. Yes, and she said she couldn't wait. It's your first birthday. Gifts down the pipe, yes. You. Someone else that's almost gonNA. Maybe near be near. You and birthdays is our newest podcast baby? Oh, who is Goldie? Olsen Ma'am Paris ton. She had her baby Pairs Jennifer sisters that we love. They sent us a big lebowski amazing. Painting events or whatever? She had her daughter Marigold. That and they're calling Goldie. which is amazing we were we were. We were conferring with. Paris on what the good baby names because I do consider myself an expert now. Her last name is ton, but her I guess her do her. Her Baby Daddy last name. Is Olsen now? My God? God daughter's last name is Olsen. And I told just to name name her. Mary Kate Nationally. which would have been amazing and you're saying that name her one be married. Ashley Yes oh not twins so good, but she didn't. She named her ran amber and a few, and she has a clothing line that if you if you have a baby. Going to have. Jessica Send Paris oh. That's good. 'cause Goldie. I think had the umbilical cord wrapped around her neck. So it was kind of like a very difficult birth, and she had to stay in the ICU for a couple of days, but she needs to be the sexiest baby.
"didi conn" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"I was thrown into the world as a solo artist before I ever prepared for nearly twenty. Yeah I was twenty one. I was wanting in that September when it was climbing towards one number one. While you're so funny about it to you said it wasn't the best manage career in the history of show business. I love to be able to sing a medley of my hits but I'm not complaining and then I did because now I did. I did make some very strange choices. That did not lead to A trajectory that but I think when you have a hit of that magnitude to it's really hard took to follow it up because nothing's going to measure out you're already on your way down. You know right but you always have a sense of humor all right. I'm a one hit wonder you were you. One thing you said funny you said it was basically playing pinball with my career an obstacle would come off in another direction except that you kept. Women grammys whatever direction you went so I mean after so then you went into a country so then number one country hit A. Are you on the road to loving me again? Right and then in the eighties you went to Christian music and you got a four top contemporary Christian albums and two more grammys. So I wouldn't call that just because the pop hit was the responsible career. That's an insanely sanely prolific. To have grammys in that many genres right. I mean you know it's been. It's really been interesting. I am on the one hit wonder wall at the rock and Roll Hall. Feel by and my dad who's had tons of of rock and roll big. Hit records is not is not. They won't let him in. They don't like him and you know but he should be there. He should be there. I have to say But I'm on the the one hit wonder wall and you know it it has a little bit of a negative connotation but like I say it's. It's funny to say that you know I can't complain but I've had a variety of opportunities based on one big hit record. I've continue to work my you know since then. I've done children's books. I've done musical theater. I've done some acting on television and some really crappy movies wait. There was one in particular baby out. Hang on a second. I hope you're going where I think you are on Baywatch Nights. What did your dad think of that? He watched nights with a skimpy. You know I don't even know if he saw that when I thought you were going to go to a TV movie of the week cult. Sins of the past where I played a hooker. I'm presuming with a heart a gold. Oh yes because she she you know. She turned around and she became a singer for an evangelist. As one does I do yes. I delivered the line to the Madam as she handed me my money like my daddy always told me the wages of sin can't wait for you to tell your dad about the podcast. You did today with your lesbian communist Obama loving trumpeting friend. An you know I'm coming home for. We have played a her dad's music on this show before our. We have no more mister. Nice Guy Album right. Well you see see yup a lot. A lot of people like that record is has legend. Yeah and we talked about having famous. Republican dads that my dad ran for vice president and so no. I know the whole I want. You know it's interesting. You always talk about you light up my life you thought to you was about God I mean. Obviously you're singing gospel singing with your family yet. You Know I. I knew it wasn't written in that way. I mean there are some stories that go along with you. Let it my life and the guy that wrote it that. I'm not sure if you've if you've been privy to those but the guy the guy's name was Joe Brooks and he was a commercial jingle writer very successful and he decided to write the movie. You light up my life be in it His girlfriend was the one that recorded the vocal for Casey will her name was Casey. Civic and Didi Conn was the Akerson the movie and they had a falling out over. I think money really and he took her voice off the track. And that's when I came in a while and I didn't know any of this I was just going into put my voice on a record and hope somebody would like it. You know just a musical hooker with a heart of gold there you go. Yeah Yeah and anyway. That guy turned out to be He was he was mortified. When press came out that I was singing. It kind of like a prayer was a personal interpretation. I never expected anyone to know. I didn't have an agenda. You know it was just like this. This feels like to me like I could sing this to God and I liked that interpretation Ryano But then it became sort of a bit of an anthem for Christians but it crossed over into all different musical genres But when he heard about it he was quoted in some magazine a single shit you know and psych like you know what was going on in my head. He was very difficult to to work with enfor and he ended up In in he was in a lawsuit when he died. I don't know if you know this. But he was indicted for luring girls into his hotel rooms and stuff and slipping things in their drinks. Oh yikes and He he ended up killing himself with something called a helium exit bag. Have you ever heard of that? Well yes yeah. We've yeah sadly so. We've made fun of that because one of the people that are in the trump Russia thing data of helium thing. And we. We've travis don't do it right. Arnold toxin our calls God debby Boone. You have dark humor privately about this about that Guy World. Okay I got also I got another swear at a debby boone. Just now deblum said bullshit. Yeah Fun.
"didi conn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ovation at every performance absolutely every performance and as of when he takes his third bout he lets George drop away from him and suddenly it's it's like but again it's a magic trick and and and you can feel the audience certainly go like wait who's that man there all my gosh it was for the front portion actually the orange actually forgets they haven't been I heard someone walking on the Broadway theater when a couple months ago and I heard a woman said you know for a hundred years old he looks they they didn't actually realize that we're not seeing George Burkle that's the magic of of great theater and of course you're dealing with a one man one performance show however in the show we hear the voice and it's a beautifully recreated voice of Gracie Allen so there is that that wonderful interplay that people are looking forward to when they think of burns and Allen right I knew that Gracie had to be a big part of the story and and Ronnie burns their son who was on the TV series came to me after opening night on Broadway and and he had some tears in his eyes and he said to me I now feel like not only does the audience no my father but just as importantly I feel like they can lead to play knowing about my mother and and I do reveal a lot of things about Gracie Allen QB she's really a very very much a presence in the show she actually gets about twenty really solid last mission thanks her voice is done by Didi Conn who was played the character Frenchie in the grease movies increased one increased to and is and was also the star of the movie called you light up my life and she is.
"didi conn" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"On what he could see from the to the whole idea though it's not it's a homeowner or a whole wielding the evil which I will say the home they're from higher the evolution the place out you made some of them on the way to assure quality is a wholly to the user so there's a what's the thought there is some head on into a force of the law being able to make a for instance in the composer felt with the the whole the mentality of among the bush a host of the show health officials from the announcer take the without anything you don't own the which which will premiere Sweeney BTD Daniels is usual TV to solution **** cash flow with any says hi fi the highs as usual it on a show with the height of the phones would tell a sense here let me just say that the cache top invaded the controllers Roland initial her usual have come from the union search for free at the height of the knee injury a mailer well then that show was on until the troll session the register of components known that it was a which is the high jump on will come with any women back a willing guy in the global trade in a study that we sell I always hit you from this event where you guys are going and he said you go if you're gonna go a the wind tunnels would county it room when that you don't show your love for yes we need Didi Conn single need dental Guinea full with that you should be a results using third on the way to a shura which of those are actually shelter or mail among other Jake up a bomb Sergio treasure there was some guy said don't feel more common the water that self religio turned on will ascend that echo Dr won the GOP out of the office of the guys that are said well it on Shingen torture the loyal number from the man you said that that make one me yeah you massage when America which the shirts a limit which is hand golden which will mail those to within the soil to come down that front to make it easy pay without the features of her children what about on the law which is on the phone with a vengeance did he said on the court and until they are a unique to the Google joke which awaken full motion she you Judy so a quick E. mail or didn't need the TV the machine to return your call with with the potatoes over was with the image of her anything though at the the doctor's on bottom road in Iraq's infancy there on the day and Charlotte again with me and we got this from Obama.
"didi conn" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Means are done in real time with actually someone on the other end of the phones as opposed to just having the actors mimic one side of a phone call I think it lends the movie something so great yeah I know I shouldn't be telling you this I gave it to Mr stands Washington now what he did with it I really do not know I see were there any other checks or that you might be where they could have come order them up good notes verbatim he really said that about missing spam now cut towards teten printed wall turned to his top guy in the president said Call Ben Bradlee and tell them fuck you can't tell everybody said you did Advani screwed up you stuck us with run that baby re great things in that scene from robards one is when when he went after he says run that baby hand the copy two dozen offense character he does a little hitch his trousers and then as he walks by the desk taps a desk with his finger in delight and then does that hand clap I think it was either Sally Quinn new became Bradley's wife or maybe even Katharine Graham who had said I don't know if he studied Ben Bradlee but that was like so exactly very rarely mannerism and also love the way they're so deferential to him in all their scenes within like the fear that he instilled in the reporters legend early is on display in the field sides there's also such an admiration and both kids both say exactly Israel he's having in giving them advice based on his own mistakes there's another brilliant team with robards at one point he has them all in his office and they're trying to convince him to go with a certain part of the story and he wants to but he knows he needs more in order to do it there's a scene where he's Kinda behind his desk and he he's kind of doing the hardest act but he's also kind of looking at them to say talk me into it and he does that just physically with his face it's a it's a really great scene and it's just one of those things you realize man with that not any one of these things the whole movie would not hold together and to have a presence like Jason robards you can't just have anybody play Ben Bradlee right you gotTa have some buddy you the viewer have towering respect for and in Nineteen seventy-six audiences would've had that for Jason Robards the things that fascinated me about this is how it's set such a template not just for journalism movies but how journalism is seen and there are a lot has been made for the amount of the swelling ranks journalism schools after this movie I'm out wanting to be investigative journalists because of seeing it this way and get the contrast in these articles from the actual Washington Post reporters really saw that themselves as professionals doing a thing but then it was given this kind of Noble Sheen because of this movie because you know it's sure relationship to democracy you know in air quotes in here but I think it's really interesting to see how influence sort of changed our perception of it every thing about how the movie starts how speaking of Jason Robards the camera doesn't move throughout the first twenty three minutes of the film until Jason robards comes onscreen as Ben Bradlee and then we get the first of I had read a lot about Gordon Willis in the cinematography but leading up to watching it last night and so I had a new appreciation for these handful of long Dolly shots through the newsroom and how complicated they were to get right as as you said really in the background of what's going on everyone is doing like a working newsroom everything worked and people were working and given stuff to do so that in the background it's all this and he had these really complicated along railroad tracks set and that's the first time when you watch a movie and watch for this is the first time you'll see that camera move is to capture the vigor and the speed of Ben Bradlee as he walks through his newsroom the score shout out to another of our episodes David Shire did the music for this uh Giddy con con yes who was in Greece so he also the movie for Greece he did the movie for Greece did the music for the movie of Greece wow when you reach it's it's it's really a pair I guess that's an endearing quality of Ovid Zodiac right yeah no I'm obviously referring to the movie that it's taking me some time to look up Saturday night Saturday night fever yes and also once I scroll up I will also tell you that he did Norma Rae the music four nextgen returns that's what we did something else that we did I think it's I think he monkey shines dude why Jess I knew it was in their home man he did monkey shines talk about being a Personal composer you can do all the president's men monkey shines and Soda back I can see what Didi Conn is interested in you know of course Didi Conn from facts of life is how most of us know her our audience is very sophisticated we go to the movie you implying the facts of life is an sophisticated viewing choice is less sophisticated than say Greece I think that's the thing well God you're snob you're snob appeal is showing Chris sorry I want them you know what I want to feel good about themselves I was confusing with Indycar D is not in not in their sisters because that would at least save me a little bit okay good luck but ethically spelled differently do they schriver scorer I believe the first music comes into all the president's men twenty seven minutes into the film and they had an anecdote that said he after he saw the screen it's like you guys I feel bad paid for this you know and they said well we're not paying by the note is really only a couple of places but it's a great score it's got this repulsive staccato repeated strings and cello bass notes and it really really works and it complements the really naturalistic vibe of everything else in the movie right it's not overpowering it's not Ormat and it's not ever present I was reading an anecdote about it I don't know if somebody's exaggerating or not they said it was the most expensive shot in the whole movie is a five second shot where Woodward gets out of one cab and gets into another in order to go meet deep throat he has a baroque wave getting to it so he's not followed so he gets out of one cab in front of the Kennedy Center and as you know we had talked about this before strodes shoe give a norrish feel and look but I guess people were doing that we're getting the water from the fountains depleted the found I couldn't do the shot I don't know if they went and bought more water will no they said that enough time passed there's a shot where redford crosses in front of the Fountain and that's where you see the fountain there's two other amazing shots worth talking about one is the Dahlberg zoom that's a literal six minute pushing to Robert Redford and obviously the US of the split after this is one of the first movies where you can see that it was necessary for Gordon Willis to figure out how to have someone in the foreground of a shot action in the background also in focus nowadays of course that's not difficult to accomplish what technical wizardry but in nineteen seventy six you had to actually have to Types of lenses to aim the camera through in order to create that effect and that's what's known as a split die opther and this movie famously deploys that numerous times to great effect one of them is during what's known as the Dahlberg Zoom and this is when Redford is on the phone with Ken Dahlberg and it's one of the most important initial phone conversations minute slow push in Redford so slow that you don't even really notice that it's occurring and the other one that I loved reading about was the library Congress overhead shot I watched a feature where they showed them doing this in it you always have this thing in movies of this era worthy shots that are so good that you don't really think about what's behind them but then you see the thing that's behind him and it's both less impressive and somehow more impressive like guess what they did well they had a camera in a box and they pulled it up on he had to get the fucking film developed to see if your worked and then you're like Oh shit we just need to.
"didi conn" Discussed on Sierra Unfiltered
"Of Sierra unfiltered filtered all right. Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of Sierra unfiltered. We have our first guest and it's an iconic guest. We we hope Patrick sorry what the heck are. We hear you out. There was a little video scattered on the Internet of you. Two did alive y'all regarding. BC now before Christ Yukon and yeah I I was really passionate and I felt for you and what you guys went through and I did a live a little live a major game and we had faced raid after which was crazy because our mutual fans were like Patrick was that Oh well I actually noticed before. Were you want on life because you tweeted how my and scholars Instagram for miles and miles Jeff. All these two cleans yeah okay. Oh my God I I was freaking out and I was like all of my dams like girl like DM Patrick start like he is talking about you and then you went on live like a few hours later and then we set this up and it was so funny is that you're already populated on my page. You're doing these outfit. Trans Your Disney video so you're recreating Asia and then it was already watching that we happen to you guys. We had met so yeah any way you like. This is like the perfect example of like turning lemons into lemonade not necessarily the best situation to like have met Matt under that. I feel like it's kind of a bonding thing of like us all wanting to be more inclusive and as all wanting to like promote like a positive environment in like work towards better solutions. I think it came out of us all wanting better bright right. You know what I just thought was the coolest thing was that there are so many people who reached the level of success that you have and then kind of forget why they started right and why they they wanted to spread that message and why they wanted to be more inclusive so to have someone like you who's reached that level success then like reach down to the little guy and be like take like I care like I I care about inclusivity. I care about equal treatment and I care about my story. That was a really it was a really cool thing to see kind of. I think Didi Conn left me feeling a little bit crushed about the community and then I think having you reach out was meeting like Oh wait. That is such a small segment of the community. There are so many amazing voices experiences in the beauty community and so it was just really cool to see us from you like well. I think it's cool to even when we were there like even like the red carpet experience with something that likes had a really hard time with and so I think it's hard because you see like all these like amazing people walking the red carpet and having this great experience in you just automatically assume like people are getting meet and greet people are getting this amazing in treatment and they don't they are aware that this injustice is happening so it's really cool to find out that like you're aware and that people are like willing to stick got further like. I think that's such a big thing is right. Yeah I just feel so I felt so bad to begin with but even before so I think this maternal instinct's tired tired of me has kicked in just this year because you know aren't being on social media. It's about you. It's about your channel to buy your instagram. Snapchat Your Business Your brand like who are you shaping your identity but then I think as matured in this industry over the years that have been on Youtube and being specifically somebody in the industry to beauty warmer where we are connecting with their fans and we and us as beauty influences or groups have this direct following or direct consumer beauty we we have to gain their trust and so a consumer of beauty or an attendee of beauty contests no different and so if I'm here with my platform and my visibility promoting something it still ends up on me. It's not on beauty. Contests not founder or the staff. It's on me because I've been a part of that. I'm in the real will I'm. I'm on the feed so and for me to have kind for so many years I just WanNa make sure that everything is is done right and with my name attached but also furthermore having also been a newer manager to younger influencers. I feel for these people now first of all I been through what they've been through in growing. I I've done pretty much every sort of campaign large and small internationally to a little posts was to a little mention and conventions and attending and also having been sponsored to go to these events too so with that being said I don't want to you look like I've lost myself because I think you know you kind of have to play the game to change the game and to make the game and that's where I feel like I'm at now is that with my voice Jason With my humility and connection with my community even like this I'm able to kind of bring awareness and visibility to those that don't have the power or the voice to do so. That's why I thought even my instagram live was so important I'm because I felt even if I had met you know the staff for the founder Kapiti Karn or whatever it would it wouldn't have made much of an impact than just say I'm on my terms. Yeah I feel it too thinks anti some very important I feel like for a small recognizing that we're talking about the beauty industry yet I think with that comes so many stigmas of what beauty is like this is a convention attention for beauty you know in beauty can mean so many different things to different people but I think at the end of the day at least my opinion is like beauty is making yourself feel the most confident and like expressing yourself and beauty isn't conforming to one ideal of beauty and I think that's a very twenty nineteen the idea and so it's hard sometimes to see people just promoting one thing of like this is what beauty is this is what a body looks like this is how you paint get your face and so. I think like what you're trying to do and what so many other wonderful creators are trying to do and what beauty should be trying to celebrate is our differences and and how everyone chooses to express themselves like if that was my favorite part of the whole day was seeing people coming out in these like crazy amazing beautiful outfits or having like Insane Sane Rainbow. I look you know things that are just true to themselves and so I feel like by lifting up smaller craters lifting up more diverse creators or or people who aren't just this like traditional idea of what beauty is I feel like you're helping promote really want beauty to be an want disregard their message because that that's what that's what they have done exactly but the issue to highlight is that they did not logistically yeah handle. Dole clay and I think it's it's bigger than one event. It's bigger than like one experience like it really is an issue in the wider community as a whole and not even just the beauty community but like the frigging world lack well or even the youtube community wake traditional media right. So what were your experiences lake. Go you know what actually before we get into like the meat of the episode. Let's were hot takes okay. This is like I think there's so much to go into but before we do that we got to give our hot takes so Schuyler. Do you WANNA go first. Show Irish feel nervous going I I so I think my hot take this. Week is an hour. No if either of you agree if you disagree I feel like shape wear is like a personal choice. I think that a lot of times shape wears viewed as like an a not body positive thing because you're trying to shrink yourself. You're trying to do this that and the other but I think a lot of time shape wear can just be like to avoid Chubb Rub. I don't see like your belly button through address or like. I think that people shouldn't feel pressure to wear shape wear but I also don't think that it should be like a stigmatize thing of of like Kim. Kardashian just came out with her recent launch and it's very inclusive very wonderful like I think that shape wear doesn't just automatically be like waste trainers. I think it can be you like whatever you're comfortable with and it doesn't have to be an emphasis on like shrinking your body. It can be just an emphasis on like feeling the most comfortable you know I mean I fully agree with that and I think something I've struggled with for a while is like it feels like it has to be one or the other either. I like take a strong wrong stance against like shape wear and be like no like I don't wear spanks but like the reality is sometimes. I want to fix like sometimes if I'm wearing a tight fitting skirt or just like you said don't want my thighs rubbing together. It's just easier to where shape wear but then on the other side I have seen comments somebody channel and on my instagram that are like you really should've worn banks with this outfit and I'm like but why let why what's the problem with like my stomach not being compressed. What's the problem with me. Not having an hourglass shape like there's no problem with that either way. I just feel like it's one of those things. That's like. You know why it's not hurting anyone. I'll say exactly if you're not hurting. Anyone knows territory yourself. You know if there is obviously ethics morals than someone is causing housing harm somebody else then just shut the hell up if you're buying them from like unethical companies totally different thing but I feel like it's the the same with like cosmetic surgery. It's the same with anything if you WANNA die your hair. If you want to like wear makeup like if if it makes you feel comfortable and confident. I don't think anyone on should have a say. This is not my hair. I know I'm fully bald but I chose. I don't think it's any different than what you eat what you wear and I think it puts a form of self expression Russian. If we're talking about shape where cosmetic the same thing haircut is the same thing were not altering. We're just enhancing what we love at our discretion with our impersonal choice right in our own will and like who am I to tell someone just because I don't like to wear shape where I wouldn't get a nose job. Who am I to tell someone else them. Doing that is wrong like that's not yet but of course when it comes down to something so extreme where it is damaging one's health. Let's say like an eating disorder the mental health or body just more FIA or depression and you feel like one whether it's.
"didi conn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"That was last night comes when then today five two they take two of three from the rats are off to a good start the all star game the game that they played and lost was a really really bad game but now all of a sudden they won five out of six after the break listen you're trying to win series especially at home they've won the first two series at home there are not the arrows pointing in the right direction we're going to talk about is it up is my tie guy there's another so the ethical thing going on with that home run which warbird that he hit the ball that was the the ball that former Hey guys I mean I I didn't know about this until today because that you know I was relieved that I was frustrated again watching them they when I was happy didn't we didn't do any I went up that I was exhausted so they know about the whole controversy about him taking the ball from a kid will get to that in a minute couples stats I want to give you from you Darvish them play Joe Maddon this is in the staff but this is from Jesse Rogers from Yu Darvish is quote Jesse treaties is this constitutes as a money quote from Darvish quote I'm almost one hundred twenty percent right now I don't need anything right now it's perfect everything so you Darvish feeling great about the way he feels about his surroundings good about the way he's throwing you know he's a guy that has I don't know the best way to describe it but things need to be a certain way or that's the way it appears for him to excel and like I said to you today but other than his stuff which was fantastic I love the most compelling part of it was you solve some real genuine emotion from him leaving the mound after he struck out and then Darvish this is from Saddam's Sharma says in his first eight starts Darvish had a nineteen point three walk right so you you're much twenty percent almost since then twelve starts he's walked just five point eight percent so that's the biggest reason for the improvement you don't lock everybody gonna pitch batter Joe Maddon talked about you Darvish and the way he's been pitching second straight game of six inning scoreless baseball about it good for him he was so it's really well yeah Didi Conn had no it's stuff I was thinking that this sort of their guide us those two pictures right there that's as good a stuff is you're going to see our guys are coming back shaking their heads I know they were also combination impassable breaking pitches it said about I'm again you just keeps training in the right direction that last RT pretty much as they say into the tank and it worked out pretty well.
"didi conn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Another thing. I can turn it off when the movie when when when when the movie was out you could not get away from that song. I mean, it was everywhere, and they played the theme nine thousand times in the three hour running time of of Titanic. Yeah. No. That's that was just painful when that was at the top of the charts. Every single radio station was playing it over and over and over again in the video was played on VH one. It was played on MTV and that damn movie everybody went to go. See it like fifty times. But Dan, my former producer dancer grew. Love that song. Oh, wait. Hold on. Mary wants to jump in here. Mary you like that song? I love that song. Good lord. I have to defend day on. I always defended Dan on on on time. Yeah. The movie dragged guide and on and on. But yeah, I I just it's a beautiful song. You gotta admit she sings it, really got a great voice. And a great voice that she's not singing good. I'm that. Got you Mary. I got your back. I like it. Oh, come on. Man. What am I doing? What is going on here? Did you like it when it was played every forty five seconds on the radio? I don't know. I guess I got sick of it. Then you know, now that you bring it back. Now, you light up my life. That's another. That's a terrible. We we had a couple of weeks a couple of strong texts about United by life. And that's another one Mary as you know, you could not turn on the radio. It was on every two seconds. Just like that too. And alad terrible. Terrible. Debby Boone, Abby Poon was all. She did. I think so too. I mean other than being the the the daughter, Pat Boone. Yes. But. Oh, man. And that just brings back, you know. It. And then there was the movie you light up my life, which song in it. Do you? Remember the movie, I don't remember the movie the movie was terrible deal Didi Conn was in it was Robby Benson. And no, no. But that was at the time when Robbie. Yeah. That was the height of Robby Benson mania as the whole bit. All right. Let's see here's Lon. He's got a got a choice here. Lonny? Hi, nick. Hi, Tony Orlando and dawn. I'm tired yellow ribbon around the old oak tree on my God. Okay. Here we go. Stay on the bus. Oh. So is this from like some.
"didi conn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Scale of one to ten how to lose the Academy Award for best. Actress two Holly hunter eleven. Seperation with Wilson is nominated for. Yes. Yes. Oh, she was almost thirty three thirty four when she filmed Greece. That's crazy. She was that. Thirty one and that Charles is twenty nine eleven jammies. Twenty eight Jeff Conway was twenty six Didi Conn was twenty-five Travolta was twenty three and Lorenzo lamas was nineteen. Remember that he was in it. So anyway, yes, she was thirty three. But she did really look a lot like, you know, who's one of the beach blanket who's the? Your hair care that sort of that look it was like woo. Anyway. Okay. Then here's soccer Channing talking about. I always forget that they made Greece two. I never saw that movie. Adrian's by real quick. Find out. What's your honest opinion of Greece two is. And do you wish you were part of that movie? Did you ever see Greece two? I'm sorry. I ever saw it. Yeah. I mean, pouring answers. In some respects. Why bother I mean, how can you touch? Why barely see Greece. One. That's true. Yeah. I've seen it twice twice. I came out at the premier and I saw I think there was a twenty year anniversary. And I saw it again really as that. Because you just don't like watching your other things too..
"didi conn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Garland. Janet, the gain and Frederick match. I am so sorry. That was the second one I mentioned, Judy Garland and every one of them since the Jane a gain of version will use the Janet Gaynor. One wasn't Frederick Macchia. Wasn't Judy Garland did musical we make of the first Barbra Streisand. Did a very different version they made her a country. Single will Kris Kristofferson, right? I never saw it all the way through. But I saw too many changes to my liking. And from what I've seen this here that they got now with lady Gaga seems to be more. We make up the Barbra Streisand version, do you do you have any experience as a producer or director? None at all. I'm just a fan. You cord? I'm just a fan. I am dissolve a lot of things, you know, one of my favorite movies that I watched your today. Well, I love the story lost horizon, which to anybody that knows the remake of the picture was box office poison. But I love the story, and it's more in depth than the first version what Ronald Koeman, but I like boulder versions of that picture changuli. They go to Shangri LA. Yeah. The name of it was lost horizon. And. One in seventy three they did the remake. They had a beautiful cashed in that picture. What killed it and ruined? It was that they made a musical out of it. Right. And that's why when the Perdue they sit for some reason the seventies was no good time to make musicals. They were scared to death when they came over there. The idea of making a musical for that reason that worked and Greece worked, and it's a bigger and better than it ever was forty years later and just a couple of years ago, they produce that I bought a film. We may gov at the stage film on the stage. You know, they made a movie out of a stage production Greenspan stage play, and I got that one. It's like they made film to stage play like, I got cats and all that they did whatever they made the stage play. And as soon as I saw it. I said this is good. They did a few numbers in there. That wasn't in the movie they had a they did a real good production of it. The girl that played Frenchie in the first version played in. She was in the cafe she played in the cafe, the malt shop, she played the manager right Didi Conn dough girl was in the Brady bunch eve Guam, she played the mechanic. You know, your stuff Joe? I called once before at the beginning of the summer, and I spoke about something was a little more. Controversial. I don't think I made too big of an impression like I say you spoke about that. Well, more or less it ended up because I live in the north end that was born and raised in the north end. And the conversation ended up that I didn't like how the neighborhood what's patched over. The north end was overlooked. It's more of a vacated people come down its tourism that we furred. What is little? It's not as no I'm very I'm one of very few Italians down. Yeah. It's a deceiving. From all the tourists point of view because it's all restaurants. And I think the guy was put a little put off. I remember it was Wednesday night. I called it was on my birthday me. I don't think it was you the guy that's on during the week, Bradley. Jay, that's him. I think it was him. Okay. Well, I think it was him. You call Bradley gay tonight tomorrow overnight my and also the week and see if you can remind him about that. But I gotta take a break now. Joe, okay. But I just thought I'd let you know of all of that, you know. And if you want to hear about the wizard of Oz. It was a miracle that movie was ever made. Because. The casting was all. For all those back stories about the casting and. Epson almost dying from the silver paint. They used to guide was supposed to be the wicked witch WC fields was supposed to be the wizard Shirley temple was supposed to be Dorothy. I know Oscars Durban was a contender for that role too. Right. All right. Let me do my break. But thank you. Oh, yeah. I like talking to you. Because you I'm a trivia, boss, and you bring this up. I can tell Joe you have a good weekend. All right. Thank you. Would you have a nice night and you to a good weekend? Thank you Bye-bye. The eagles. Joe time and temperature for the break to forty five sixty two degrees..
"didi conn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of you register open it every day we'll say do you want to win money you'll yeah do winter for listening question what this is but the fun day today it is a fun day today it's a post vacation show we love these we laugh our butt off retailing our ventures i had my fair share with my two weeks all over the place may the basically the west coast we started in l a and what was funny was the first thing i talked with talked about with my dear friend hailey when we arrive was these scooters all of these scooters that we now have in minneapolis have you heard about these things yeah a well what was funny was haley was talking about how her station just did a story on how some business owners don't love them because they're just left all over the place and lo and behold when we arrive back here the twin cities who mike oh my goodness the scooters that we talked about in la now we have them they were right by our house but anyway it was just a small absorbing but so saturday haley totally hooked us up and we had the most magical of nights we got tickets to the grease sing along at the hollywood bowl and it was it was such a beautiful night so right there being outdoors at that beautiful beautiful facility i never been there i had never been to the hollywood bowl that legendary of the performing center and it was a beautiful night when we sit down and all of a sudden haley's friend who is the towel of booker for haley show good day la i believe her name is karen karen flake you know this person's here tonight and this person's gonna come over and say hi and she is owen melissa peterman is here love her and i went oh my goodness karen i know the lissa she's a minnesotan and karen didn't know that and melissa hosts a lot of things at the hollywood bowl she she hosts a lot of these sing alongs because they do like they do on music sing along there this is the fourth greasing along this one was special because this was the fortieth anniversary didi conn was there frenchie she hosted the the the movie and the director was there so melissa peterman comes over dressed as the most perfect bad sandy she was in the leather and she had her hair done and we like scream she's like minnesota represent and it was so great that turning around and seeing because we were kind of near the front in the front section turning around and looking at that hill of people dressed up i mean people were dressed up like like the pink ladies there were sandy's they were danny's i i mean there were three good friends that had the most awesome you know when frenchy hazard daydream the beauty school dropout scene and the dancers are in the silver silver roller hair there were three friends that had the most pitch perfect costumes of those who and everybody were tape was taking pictures of those ladies and it was such oh it was we were saying in and they let you bring your own food there so we packed a delicious picnic and it was just a a magical magical night we'll speaking of magic we then decided we were going to go to disneyland and haley like we she likes disney as much as we do and i said well you know we're in l a why not do you mind if we go to disneyland she goes absolutely not let's go and to make it easier on her i said well why don't we get a room at the disneyland hotel and that way you don't have to drive back you know we don't have to leave so early so we did that that means we can drink all we want i'm sorry what did he convenience safety i agree so as we're making these plans haley said why don't we get ahold of dax holt from tmc in a lot of you longtime listeners of our show you know dax was with us for about five or six years on the mid day version of the show and indexes since become i you know he surprised me here in minnesota and we've become legit friends over the years and so we call axes like yeah the misses me and the.
"didi conn" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"Episode with lights of its share and then sam smith and selene dion but we had didi conn on maybe not a household name but you will absolutely no who i mean when i say fringe sheet from greece and we had so much feedback about her revealing the secrets of that massive movie so i want to share some of them with you choppy change she said like many pop culture moments from another era greece station nineteen fifties america has been criticized by the snowflake generation let the snowflakes watch game of thrones if they can't take prese choppy i agree with you have solutely snowflake generation criticism of grease it's so ridiculous because it's just a film we've gotta tight for it as it is and it was made in the seventies sit in the fifties blackburn though she says i love how greece ever use frenchie for promotions guessing she never did anything after this that's so mean i think what it's about is that she's just become one of the iconic voices of grace and what was so great she sounded exactly frenchie and she was of course in greece two and roland scott who is everyone anti greece two has never actually seen the movie this is hell i will headley do you know what roland you'll so true the reason i've never probably watched greece two is because i love greece so much and i had so many bad things about greece too i just didn't want it to ruin the grease legacy and i know that's probably ridiculous the me greece is main so much and i just i've sort of seen little bits and pieces of greece two and i'm just like not just it's not like the original thing and then finally fabio rooney she said stock hod channing of course stock out she played resolve in greece and went onto a big career was in the west wing on stage and all of that type of thing she said stockard channing the most undeveloped voice in greece brilliant vocal turn on they're worse things and do you know what i totally agree it's weird to me that she didn't have a big scene grip because her voice on they're worse things i could do while absolutely spine tingling so.
Didi Conn discusses how she got the role of Frenchy in Grease
"The filming to how did you get the pot of frenchie did you do you like addition for other roles did you know you going to be frenchie i didn't know i got a call from my agent to go to paramount to pick up my script and the audition would be the next day and that i was to come looking like the role and i didn't know very much about it so i went to para my had you did you come knockin onion chris bury with the very small dogo great i know so i go there and at paramount is what that time it was a little bit difference they still have a gate and they still have a guard in a booth so you go in and you drive up and you say your name and they had you script while he handed me a number of both skinny little flow so i opened it and it only had one page any think what's the men are rat speech you know i know what this come you know you you can't just say a line at grenada remember it still men a rats can you remember bieber on rice and that the fleas on rats worse than that they're a believe is awfully rat rats the only man you can trust is a daddy i say give you the paul well a but i you know you gotta know the context so i happened to notice on this guards little desk that he has fat evola pts to and i asked him do you know if any of these have the whole script and sure enough you opened one he said cisco go pull your car over there and i came in and went under his desk and read the script and it was good because i found out a lot of she was aspiring beautician and you know also found out the result was a big apart but but no no they janos lags hickey upset by no i was i was married it was a girl my motto is if you're gonna be bad but it'd be good these shirts mommy this is ten life lessons as the scummy scummy mummy mummy anyway i and randal kleiser told me that as soon as i open my mouth ahead the roll but they didn't tell me that then i just i'm fact i never even read the lines i think i just talked to them and then came back for dancing audition and then they got several groups of of of pink ladies and tbirds together and just kept narrowing it down until it was the group you see can you remember the first moment you
"didi conn" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton
"Hello welcome to a brand new episode and a very special of the dan wootton interview where each week i'll bring you some of the biggest names from around the world stripe theo headphones and this week we are going all out greece heading back to nineteen seventy eight and ridell high as we celebrate the fortieth anniversary of that economy movie my favorite of all time so breakout the broom cream dust off your birds or pink lady jackets and grabbed the nearest hairbrush because this week's episode is gonna be a bit of a sing along i'm going to be speaking to one of the pink ladies herself didi conn aka frenchie sandy's closest friend and aspiring view titian who's going to reveal all the onset secrets of grace how john travolta tried to convert the cast scientology and also find out about her close friendship with a living yutian john and what she thinks about the disappearance of her boyfriend plus frenchie odidi will be taking on a special shuffled elite repeat is this grace life and revealing the five greece songs that mean the most to her stick around later too because i'll have all of your comments about some of our previous guests including last week's episode with shawn mendes plus if you want to listen to any of our previous islas like gary barlow james corden meghan trainor then make sure you subscribe right now but for the moment let's go full on greece with didi conn.
"didi conn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I had met him before he got welcome back kotter we met it unemployment flirting guy and then he got became you know bob marino and then again meeting him again doing grease he had just completed doing on saturday night fever but it hadn't come out yet and during the time we were filming she got a rough copy of of sightsee and he asked us if we would want to see this film was very you know insecure about it he was hesitant to even ask us said of course we'd love to see it well we flipped out and he was unbelievably was he had no idea oh when he moves oh and john moves he's you know what bob a luma but y bamboo he is is such a sexy fella and a good man and and he the chemistry really was electric between him and and deliver was it was very delicious i think uniformly reaction is always one of happiness greece's really been something special for people all over the world now is in mexico filming frieda and people having me sign that time it was vhs is a vassil lena yet oh mexico it's so it's it's really a international phenomenon i'm happy to be part of something didi conn played frenchie one of the pink ladies sandy's best friend beauty school dropout in greece the film is celebrating its fortieth anniversary this year by the way didi conn for if you're a certain generation also played stacey jones in shining time station anyway greece's returning to the big screen you can catch greece in theaters across canada on april fifteenth eighteenth as part of cineplex events classic film series i'm tom power you probably have heard a lot of talk out there for people like me handsome people like people in the media about the next big thing in music people making predictions constantly for who's going to be the next big pop star well i gotta say the folks at the bbc after a pretty good job at calling it these past few years every december they survey a bunch of folks in the music industry come up with a list of people.
"didi conn" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"But how about my big seen how about seeing frankie avalon coming down the stairs singing right to me and angel whole he was shoot it was really cute that was not hard to just look at vince well to shin clean clothes after spent all that the doc fix your nose up again sandy what are you doing here let's go back we had to change that's cool baby his rock and road and whatnot name they'll wear it out danny i mean john john had played duty in the national company of greece i think when he was sixteen so and jeff conaway had played any and i think he also saw several other guys played than zuko so when john travolta became deng's he told me that he took the best of all the the daddy characteristics that he had seen perform before him and he just made it his his own he'd just was fantastic so sexy so fun and such a big big big heart see i had met him before he got welcome back kotter we met it unemployment kind of flirting you know guy and then he got became you know baba reno and then again meeting him again doing grease he had just completed doing saturday night fever but hadn't come out yet and during the time we were filming he got a rough copy of of fever and he asked the soufli would wanna see this film was very you know insecure about it he was hesitant even ask us said of course we'd love to see it well we flipped out and he was unbelievably was he had no idea oh when he moves oh john moos he's he you know what bob aloom up a awhile bam boom his his such a sexy fella and a good man and and he the chemistry really was electric between him and and deliver was.
"didi conn" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Was very delicious i think uniformly reaction is always one of happiness rhesus really been something special for people all over the world now is in mexico filming frieda and people having signed at that time it was h has of vassilyevna the name mexico i mean it's so it's it's really a into national phenomenon i'm happy to be part of something that makes people so have these didi conn played frenchie one of the pink ladies sandy's best friend beauty school dropout in greece the film celebrating its fortieth anniversary this year by the way de con for if you're a certain generation also played stacey jones in shining time station anyway greece's returning to the big screen you can catch greece in theaters across canada on april fifteenth eighteenth as part of cineplex events classic film series i'm tom power you probably have heard a lot of talk out there for people like me handsome people no i mean like people in the media about the next big thing in music people making predictions constantly for who's going to be the next big pop star well i gotta say the folks of the bbc a pretty good job at calling it these past few years every december they survey a bunch of folks in the music industry come up with a list of people who they think represent the next wave of musical talent come january they will that list down to one winter the musician who they think is going to make the biggest splash in the coming year it's called sound of.