18 Burst results for "Hilton Lindsay"

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Where it's like we show you our lives. And that's what people are obsessed with now not to say that that wasn't going on before the brittany era but it seemed like the brittany paris hilton lindsay lohan error of our popstars. Like you know britney got the raw deal of it and if you can remember during a time in the nineties in the two thousands when you were on a record label like brittany. They pushed this image. That brittany was this down. Southern homegirl grow next store. You know always pretty so perfect image and now the paparazzi are getting these images of her pregnant of her partying with kevin and they are obsessed with her. You know a photo of brittany club in could get a photographer millions of dollars and so it really kind of starts this era that we're used to now because of people like britney where the paparazzi are stalking you and not because you've got music but because you are spiraling and a year and a half after her first baby. She had her second baby and they are making it out in the public eye. That britney is a bad mother. I remember the one photo where she was like a drive through and she was holding her youngest son in her lack while she was driving and people are by their after. Britney spears gives birth to the second baby had already been rumored that her kevin weren't in a great place integrate relationship and so there's no surprise there that they break up and during the break up. You know kevin is fighting for custody and at that time. Britney is kind of wiling out after she had her second child. We always see the photos of her smoke. Cigarettes we see the photos of going out with lindsay loewen and they are just making. It seem like britney is such a party girl. She the mother and they actually award custody. Sa- kevin and again britney spears. Behavior is even more arash attic and the paparazzi at this point are ferocious. And it's so interesting because in the documentary. There is a black guy on there a chat. I'd be lying. If i said i knew his name but he talks about how they were so hell bent on beating. Britney down that nobody is talking like okay. This radic behavior is concerning but nobody's talking mental health. Nobody's talking. She could be possibly suffering from postpartum depression. That are real things like they just want these glimpses of britney and her acting so erratic and not normal and asks literally what was fed. And i remember all child. Oh pretty must be just crazy but you know not knowing. She's carrying the weight of her family. She's carrying out the weight of kevin. Now she's got these two kids. She's depressed she's never had a normal childhood now. They taken away her kids and at one point in time she had visitation and she went to house to see kids. Kevin refused it so she went back. You know banging. I don't know if you remember the infamous like her banging on the paparazzi car. Umbrella like yeah. That was the night that she was not allowed to see your kids from cabinet and the paparazzi following her child. If that's me i'm fighting. Somebody like dat to me and when you can put it in context. It's like we're all. She is going to a lot so then she was hospitalized. You know it sounds like involuntary hospitalization. After that a month later as saint like a more instances where she actually lost custody of her children and could not have any visits with them. She went back into the hospital so she definitely suffered a mental break. And then that's really where the documentary gets interesting. Because it's this conservative shit. I might be saying it wrong. Caserta rumor conservatorship. Now the conservatorship comes into play after britney lost custody of her children to the hospital and she had like a lot of unsavory guys who had a reputation of clean themselves to wealthy famous women and basically using them and so britney was spending a lot of money going out partying and you know but she got maddie. She could live this lifestyle however she wants however her father jamie come back into the picture and files for this concert or shit were basically is saying that. The person is not in a mental capacity or has a mental capacity to make sound decisions on business finance health and could be swindled out of money and a lot of things and so the court's grants eight temporary conservatorship. And they give jamie. It's basically like he has the power of britney's person estate and her finances and normally uc consider shit when somebody is older an eighty seventies my have dementia and you know they assign somebody to watch over their finances and person and make health decisions for them that you maybe if the person has dementia and they're sick and they're refusing to golden. That person could say no. No no no. I've got the power of attorney you know something like that. So essentially will consider ship is however. It's never been seen at somebody that's the twenties and they data taken over. And that's really where the story of framing britney really kind of takes hold because the consider ship has been in place for almost fifteen years so it was temporary and then it became permanent. Now they have lawyers coming on the documentary at one point in time there. Was this one lawyer who worked for britney spears his daddy jamie no longer working and so she was talking to very hypothetical situations basically how she's never seen a conservatorship overturned before and so there's no precedent that then we learn at the same person as the documentary is going on child. They put under the little subtitles that she has rejoined the council. Four britney spears. Daddy jamie now i will say the first. I don't know maybe five six years that jamie took over conservatorship britney was to kinda sorta becca order however in the documentary. They say and they show that she never wanted her..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Mean I think from the beginning, they have been, we're GonNa, let it all hang out and obviously that's a fiction of a kind but they are much less embarrassed and much more willing to let it all hang out then. Off. Other people what and that's been true from the minute the show started airing. In two, thousand, seven. I went back and watched the first episode of the most recent season in preparing for this having not seen in minute of Kardashian since I watched a handful of episodes for a live show we had in like maybe twenty ten where we discussed the phenomenon and I I, think my metaphor then was that it was just like the Bennet Sisters and pride and prejudice like it's fun to read about a bunch of feuding sisters and think about who they're gonNA marry like we've people wanted to do that for centuries and a look it still works as a block device. And having revisited it, I don't. It doesn't feel much changed, but I was struck by a couple of things one. Just the the relationship to wealth and the way in which they're both sort of relatable focused on their self presentation but also. You know just in these. Kind of Great Hall, sized closets like going through gowns. There's a there's a line where I think Khloe says those are just emergency gowns. Something happens and Kim again. Kim's like it would be an emergency if you were those go. The could mix between locks and related ability I think is really fascinating. That way they're sort of like about the great theme. That's so much like our and and pop is about now like you know what is it the experience of actually getting famous right? Like that's the is just about. The draw all of these astute parallels between. The show when it really started to take off, which was right around eight. And the genesis and or whatever not really the genesis but the but the explosion of social media, the other connection I kept making was Oh eight come on synchronized global meltdown of capital markets and where an inherently aspirational culture Americans need to by and large cherish some notion of their future self liberated from mundanity by money and or fame, and the one of the. Encompassing vehicles for doing that the stock market and finance general had completely collapsed to the point where no one was ever other than the insiders who profit from it going to believe in it again, and it seems to me there was at least partially a mass transfer of this aspirational energy on to fame and I hope it's not too pejorative term like trash theme in a way like famed that anyone could really relate to in a democratic way exactly or not famous for being a good musician songwriter, you're not famous for being actress or Even, a model really you're just famous for. The crashes really interesting plays into this but I'm not sure that chronology is completely right because I actually think it's like, Paris Hilton Lindsay are like they come up like the Britney Spears like this sort of real. The apex of Paparazzi trash is like in lockstep with this incredible bull market of the arts and so that all falls apart and then Kim emerges..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

05:53 min | 10 months ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Just Between Us

"You showed me the venue and I thought the venue is beautiful I. Love. I love it. Yeah. That's cool. I mean. Not Everybody cares about it as much as you know what is going to care as much as you do, which is fine because it's not really about it's like really about you guys like you guys and Mike Celebrating with your family and friends I'm finding that I, don't even care about it that much. You don't just go. Yeah. That seems fine like. This, we had this one call with a potential wedding planner and she liked described your wedding is like going to war and like how you had to prepare for the battle that was your wedding and I was like. I don't like this vibe I don't like this approach to. You later and I don't think so no, the answer is no, they're not. Yeah Jake and I put it on mute and then just like started talking shit about the woman while my sister asked a bunch of questions. God that is terrifying. We didn't have a wedding planner because I didn't want to pay somebody for that. Right but we did have like a senator. You WanNa see it alison we have like an execution list of like allow it was like, okay. The Wednesday October cents right so all right. We'll see what's what are the things that have to happen in the production is like what has to happen the month before or what are the small things happening once before shit like that we're like we were checking things off in like that was extremely helpful because then it was like who wanted the flowers the flowers already taking your engine that a month ago? That was awesome. All I want is at your wedding hat there was like things that were sponsored and I was like that's what I want like how do I get to the level where like things are sponsored all the alcohol is free. I saw. That was the thing the alcohol was free because it was all sponsored like I was like, how do you at? Do you get to the level where things are just sponsored? Honestly, you just ask like I know just ask people like people that he knew from he used to be in like the club scene ardy promoting world like back in the two thousands. When Lindsay Lohan water bottle slow vodka like back in. His friends that one time we were out and they were telling me all about like the party promoting stuff they did in the early two thousands with like like the Paris Hilton Lindsay. Lohan era and I was like this is like a hearing about a period piece. Thing. So into it they were like chased Crawford trip the club. Tell me everything. I know he's a period easily pre pre cell. You like you can never do that again it's not world will ever exist again just like weird like actors from like Dawson's Creek or whatever actors from like the O. C. or whatever showing up to things I would just like riveted. Families involved with the planning at all absolutely not. Okay. Get trying to ask I'm sure like your family is trying to ask you questions and like it's up to you. But my mom was like, where's the venue will would are you she at one point she was like so what are people gonna eat and I was like we're getting food trust and she was like what?.

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"It's like buying a single stock like buying facebook amazon versus buying an index fund right so now idiosyncratic versus systematic risk. I want you to tell us about your nights stalking celebrities yes so it turns alad right near as eugene hadid so i would always see the paparazzi looking for her and i figured there must be story there so it turns out if you think about it. They had a very complex risk lives because the odds that they get that money shot in any given day is so unpredictable in any given year that they face a a large amount of what we call idiosyncratic risk which is risk. That's individual to stock that will go up and down not related to other stocks and so each individual popper also bears a lot of inducing credit risk like the risks that this is going to be the day or they even if they're all taking that picture i'm gonna get the one where the head is turned just so everyone is gonna wanna run that picture because because you know what makes a good shot is actually a lot more technical than people realize and so the way you deal with idiosyncratic risk in financial markets as you diversify. That's i told an index fund you can completely eliminate idiosyncratic risk. If you own enough stocks interns at the paparazzi do something very similar and that they form these alliances of other paparazzi oh and they shared tips and sometimes they work in teams and they share royalties or just sometimes just tips the problem. Is you have a lot more money. Exclusives shots you always had this incentive to withhold a tip and often they do so these alliances are very unstable and they're always falling apart so they all kind of hate each other hum kind of stressful being out with them because there's a lot of bad history amongst all of them and this isn't even the worst of it. That's always been true now. They're facing a much more more difficult where something to some degree everyone faces which is systematic risk which is the risk affects the whole system because in like the odds mid dots there was what they call and this is the technical name not something i made up called the paparazzi goldrush which was like the heyday of paris hilton lindsay lohan where the perhaps apps would get out like fifteen thousand dollars for picture of celebrity getting coffee what we used to be fifteen thousand might be like five and the difference is the decline line of newsstand magazines and the rise of people get in there celebrity news online as the magazine's wanted more pictures for less money. They just got squeezed. I right so let's talk about big wave services another place that you went you went to the the north shore of hawaii famous origin origins zone of really intense big wave surfing and you use that to explain the idea of leverage and one of the points he made. I thought was really interesting is sometimes a new technology will allow people give them an opportunity to lever up their risks so let's talk about how the invention of the jet ski or the use of the jet skiing surfing changed surfing. Yes technology is normally intended to make us safer but originally when jetskis skis were introduced to surfing <hes> they were used as like insurance if you're in the water and you wipe out jet skis there to rescue. You and it's really saved a lot of lives as often. These waves are so big that if you wipe out on one even before you can as soon as you come up for air. There's another big wave pushing you thirty three or four times. You could be killed exactly exactly or i mean you just didn't really like tents water really far out to sea so the fact someone can just so supine a jet ski and pick you up is a real game changer and it really was and obviously obviously that emboldens people to take more risks feel safer but even more than that was you know there's only so human body can only <hes> is only so strong in bigger waves travel faster than smaller waves so there was always a limit on the size of wave a human capital out on because you need to get your surfboard moving forward at at more or less the same speed as the way in order to be able to catch that wave stand exactly so you couldn't serve more than thirty maybe forty foot wave but then with jet skis. He's laird hamilton and his friends. I started realizing oh we can use adjusts to push us on that big way. They'd have a rope and they would tow the effort and the jet ski would veer off and not go down the face of the way exactly now people are surfing eighty foot waves so it's only do they feel safer but they actually effectively taking leverage. This is how like jetskis a lot like a stock option which is also insurance can also be flipped around to take more leverage and so the surfers are taking more risk and they're not just heedlessly mostly saying. Let's go take a bunch of risk. They actually think pretty seriously about it. Yeah i actually <hes> where i met all these people's went to a big wave surfer risk conference in hawaii and and you know being a retirement economists have into a lot of risk conferences in my time but <hes> and it was in some ways like a lot like it we were in a windowless conference room <hes> looking at power points points with lots of numbers on it <hes> because said they're quite nerdy about even learning how to find the right way <hes> and yet they are having big debates. It's not only about different techniques. They can do to take less risk but also having the same debates. We're having in finance right now which is about responsibility and when you take these huge risks risks and you pose risks to others where does responsibility light. Should we depend on individuals to police themselves. That's never realistic because as you were saying earlier often when you get a community of people who are distinguishing themselves by taking bigger and bigger risks you know people sometimes lose sight. Is it realistic to let individuals have to manage themselves selves or is there some external force that should regulate them and what do you think i think it's a combination of all of them. I don't think we should let people off the hook but i think there are reasons why people take too much risk and particularly don't account for the rest they're posing to others so if somebody gets in one of those big waves enabled by a jet ski and they really don't have the skills and they're more likely to wipe out somebody's gonna zoom in there and and try to rescue them in a very dangerous situation also their diverting rescue resources from someone who really does belong there or it's just traumatic for everyone if someone dies this is how do we fix it. Richard was away when we recorded this interview but through some magical distortion of the space time continuum he'll be back for our joint conversation at the end of the show. Were speaking with economist alison in schrager about risk. Let's talk a little bit about solutions. I think the whole show has touched on how people think about risk and helping us in our lives think about risk but it it's easy to assume that the point of studying risk is to minimize it but usually the real question is. How do i take smarter risks. How can we do that in our personal. Personal lives well. I think i go through as it hedging and insurance diversification. Which is all anyone's ever doing wall street and all any anytime someone's giving you financial advice. They're doing one of those things. You take risks to get what you want out of life. You're never gonna get what you want without taking risks in your career in your personal life. There's always risks for taking book. We're much more likely to have a risk. Oh well for taking a risk because it brings us what we want so if we're just very thoughtful in every time we take arrested like well. What is the best case scenario. Is something actually one. Is this a risk worth. Taking the risk will work out is much higher. You say that most the people have a hard time thinking probabilistically. We overemphasize some risk and we tend to ignore others. How do people do this again. You kind of in their everyday lives well. I think that people get a bad wrap when it comes to understanding risk very popular to say people are hopeless understanding risk but i don't think that's true at all. I i think what the research shows in psychology. Is that people we were. We are evolved to take risk. Obviously being primitive man was a very risky situation surviving driving <hes> most of human history people lived with unthinkable risks but we've evolved to think about risk and very particular environments. The research shows that if you think in terms of natural frequencies instead of probabilities that people actually make very sensible intuitive risk decisions and that's just instead of saying. There's a one percent chance to say. There's there's a one in one hundred chance in just reframing risk in those terms seems to make a huge difference with behavior. Thank you alison schrager. Thank you.

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Glenn Miley, Cyrus lick McCague Miley, Cyrus. Do we have the picture of her looking the cake there? She is abortion is healthcare now there she is. She was paid. We think foot by by Planned Parenthood for this. This is part of a fundraising campaign. So she's raising money for aboard four Planned Parenthood and abortions. Now, there's several layers, no pun intended to this to this story. I, there's abortion is healthcare. You have the other. Do you have side? Shot from this because this is the cake. And this was made and taken by a photographer who had nothing to do with Miley Cyrus, or Planned Parenthood or anything else. They took that cake and photo shopped it with her. Okay. So they didn't. And they didn't ask the guy. They didn't buy the photo. They stole the photo piracy is a crime. So they just stole it. And the guy who's on their side is like, we just took my photo into my work, and they said, oh, well, we'll tag, you we'll, we'll give you shot. And he's like, no, I want money by job to do this. Okay. So that's one one level. The other level is Miley Cyrus and her tongue. I've had enough of my lease irises tongue. Maybe you haven't clearly hasn't. She is just such. She is she I don't wanna characterize her. She's crude say that, okay. But remember Hannah Montana? Yes. Yeah. The Disney show. Yes. And I had the opportunity back when I was on CNN to sit with her dad, and I'm like, what are you thinking dude, watch the odds of Miley turning into Ron Howard, which meaning sane, pretty low living in Los Angeles being a child star? Hello, Paris Hilton Lindsay Lohan name, a million others. I mean, you know, we're talking security guards city with Gary Coleman on my wish list of things. I wish Molly would turn into Ron hired so they cast me a great big movement. Since. That's like you said, it's highly unlikely that's going to happen. Second of all really in reality. I know. Molly's got a great head on her shoulders. She's got a great heart. You know what always tried to beat a Molly is what I am on the show. A try to be her best friend. I try to be that to all my kids try to, to be the one. They wanna talk to if they're having a problem. You know, I've always tried to be my kids friend. And so I think she's going to be all right. Yeah. You think wrong now that we come back to it? I mean, she is turned into everything that he hoped and her mother hoped that they that she wouldn't be there is that he could recognize that, like it's your own daughter. Could you could do you think he recognizes that? I, I don't think he's been critical of her at all. I haven't seen anything where he's disappointed. Our just barest. I mean it's it. That's hard to come out publicly and say, I'm disappointed in my daughter goal is to be your daughter's best friend. You're just going to be supportive, and I think it'd be hard to see that at anybody's you don't mean you would get to this point, though. And I wouldn't come out publicly and Sam ashamed of my daughter, I would because I would want my daughter. I would not want to hurt my daughter in hopes that at some point she'd come back home, and she might I mean usually happens with all of these child stars, they eventually, you know, sober up and, and then come back home and and, and learn their lesson. And you would wanna be there as a dad, I just feel bad for the family. I feel bad for her. You know, because she was a sweet girl, and we all saw this. We also this coming. And now here here, she is raised in a Christian home. You know, Billy Ray is. Is a strong Christian guy, and he raised her the right way. And for for somebody at this point to be actively run raising money for Planned Parenthood. This is so far off the hook of hey, rare safe legal. This is so far away from that debate now to throw your money in front of a raising money for that organization that will not call a baby, a baby at any time until mom says it's a baby is nuts..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"Again, it back to the show as we said this episode is heavy James heavy crashing, their a couple of other little news stories that we wanted, just like tell you about briefly. I is a little free Britney update, which was that her manager lie. Route off said that it's likely that she won't perform again, not gonna read the whole quote, but he basically said, you know, based on all the information that I have, and the professionals that work with her from what we have. It's, it's, it's clear to me that she should not be going back and doing this big residency. However, there was a video of Britney with her boyfriend Sam walking, and holding hands while shopping, and one of the pop Rossi asked her if she'd ever perform again. And she said, of course who knows. There was this whole thing with her cell phone, which yet this was another thing that was that was taken that I think TMZ got court records of. From that same court appearance, where Brittany, essentially admitted that she was put into the mental facility. Governor will where it says that one of the ongoing, you know, points of contention between Brittany, and her father, or that is that Britney really wants an iphone and Jamie, isn't letting her have it and has concerns over social media in people with ulterior motives, contacting her and won't allow her to have an iphone. It's first of all, I don't do we didn't talk with this. When I when I saw the paparazzi video for the I saw, she was holding a phone, and I was trying to tell if it was a Ivo, but I couldn't tell something couldn't either. I was looking also I, I don't know. It's so I, I never thought about her. Not having an iphone and then it was like, okay if she doesn't have an iphone because he's concerned about social media, postings and social, and people, they'll cheer Motoo then it's likely she doesn't have a smartphone at all. Right. Yeah. But then it's like there's no way there's just what she just has a full phone like she like she has a side kick that she has had on her from two thousand how how'd you? Even get a flip phone now gone. You I know that like she's just off on burners. I have no idea. I really have no idea. But that was just a really interesting thing. It's so funny. The entire story, there's like a million headlines at everybody hones in on like she doesn't have an iphone like people are like wait for me has green texts. Like I feel like that was the headline. You know what I mean? If you've got a Texan, Brittany spears, and it's greens, do not Britney Spears has greed. That's the title. That's so fucking crazy. Anyway. Okay. Other thing Paris Hilton Lindsay Lohan, I always anytime, there's an update we're going to talk about it. Paris was on watch. What happens live with Andy Cohen, and they were playing plead, the fifth, which is our favorite game Andy plays. And he was like, okay, you have to say three nice things about Lindsay Lohan. And the three words she is beyond lame and embarrassing like she tried to say she was like beyond. And then she was like, Lehman embarrassing. We're like classes. She couldn't do it if you remember early on in our account, we had posted multiple things where like. Paris by emoji your by comments would recounting on things about Lindsay Lohan. She is not shy in her dislike for her. I wanna know what else happened there, because there's something there's more than just she doesn't like her like some more stuff had to happen for her to be so public about it. Don't you agree with that? Yeah. Also, if anybody saw Jlo's daughter, her eleven year old daughter singing. If I ain't got you by at least you keys, it's in CRA go to Oprah magazine's posted it because they have the clip of it. I watched it a million times, you don't understand this grow is incredible. It's really J lo there, I said, it also Scarlett Johansson, and Colin joss got engaged her publicist confirmed to the Associated Press that they are engaged after dating for two years. If you remember, she has been married twice previously. The first was to Roman Duri ACA..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"I started at twenty one. I mean, I got hired when I was twenty. I it was I dreamed on though, let's Let's have have it. it. True. Yeah. What was re meet, dude? So many questions almost thirty after Dr. We need so many. When I started there. I wanted to hide my age. So I was the youngest and girl ever there. And I was so confused. I was like they definitely made a mistake. I had massive imposter syndrome. I thought every day. My badge was not gonna work. Like somebody is gonna find me out. I was like, oh my loud into the CNN center in Atlanta. And that was my own shit that I needed to become more comfortable in my own skin. But I wanted to compete with the Pentagon correspondent, and I wanted to compete with all these people that had been there for a really long time and were much older. And I never told anybody may age I would always like try to make a joke. Like, oh, yeah. You never ask women her age, and I work shoulder pads, and tease my hair and tried to act older until I realized that my age was actually my biggest asset not my biggest liability. And then I started a series called young people who rock which is not like the most also title. I kinda love the rock on bracket. Which by the way, I was the first person to interview Justin Bieber network. Yeah. There is an interview somewhere on my computer somewhere where it was like a young Justin Bieber. My girl at the time was like you have to interview this guy. He's like trending on Twitter. There's something with usher. There's something going on. I'm like is this I think what happened. So he was I remember he was in the studio in New York, and he had like this long hair that he cut. He was so cute. Viewer questions or like a girlfriend. So sweet. And then only recently I went to CNN, and they said that they actually brought back the series. I mean, I'm too old to even be on the series, so cool. But at the time, you know, it it took me a few years to say like, no, I'm actually going to own this in a big way. And so I'm going to interview different people under thirty doing amazing things in entertainment in politics and social activism in business, and whatever and at the time Paris Hilton Lindsay, Lohan, all these girls were like leaving jail and like fire crouching. Remember, what live on CNN shoeing Paris Hilton leaving jail. I was like what has my life. And what is that? Trying to 'paparazzi. They're fucking vaginas getting out. Actually, it's done blowed. My fucking that one is Saudi were trying to catch girls getting out of the car to see their underwear between their skirt. Discuss like, we'll kind of fucking Purves like literally were so weird like how like paparazzi get paid. What fifty to one hundred thousand dollars per photo of that like that is so wrong. Agreed. We should be able to get out of cars, freely agreed with or without underwear on Hammett. Yeah. Anyways. Sometimes you just sometimes underwear Switzerland work. Never wear it. Same. Exclude enjoy. Here. Okay. I'm not going to be able to control those girls. But I'm part of this generation. And I'm not Representative that I'm working my ass. I'm the same age as these girls, and let's make content that shows otherwise. And so I needed to get to a point where I really reframed my job. I wasn't going to do anything that these, you know, seasoned White House correspondents. We're going to do that wasn't may game. And my thing that I could do that. No one else could do was this series with this bad people who rock, and that was only me that could do that. And so that's where I created my brand within a bigger company for the impostor syndrome. A lot of girls actually talk about this. What are tips you would give to help them with imposter syndrome. You actually know more than you think, you know, and I used to freak out going into CNN in green four hours a day of like all the news. And so I would have anxiety attacks around the idea that I.

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Eating For Free

"So something I wanted to bring up also was she was talking about the difference between celebrity endorsements and influence her endorsements. So celebrity endorsements are traditionally something that we're not used to get people to buy products, but just to hide a brand's image. So like Capital One, for instance. You think of Samuel Jackson? You know? I mean, when you think of a Capital One credit card, do you think of similar Jackson that just heightens your association of Capital One with someone like Samuel Jackson? It's not necessarily trying to get you to start a Capital One account. But when an influence their posts, something of like, a diet plan, you're more likely to actually buy that dia plan because you don't see the person as celebrity you see them of someone just like you that you follow on Instagram because also what they were saying is that Instagram kind of done away with our traditional engagement with celebrities where you know, in the two thousands you and I grew up in it Britney Spears Paris Hilton Lindsay Lohan, even like the regular TV actors and actresses we saw them as like us and them, you know, it was like very sort downstairs now with Instagram all of that has been done away. We see them literally just like us. So when you see an influence or poster product, you're less likely to look down on it in disdain the traditional person. I'm not talking about you. Or I just because you don't think of them like a celebrity think of them as just your friend you follow on Instagram. Well, one thing that came through a lot of the research. I saw was it's not even that we're supposed to be buying these light crazy products. Like when you used to like celebrities like you said Capital, One Bank counts or like, you know, you see math Mahanta. Hey, driving Lincoln or something. Or, you know, literally, you think of Matthew, mcconaughey. Jennifer Aniston like sell it. Well, she always sounds like moisturizers, it's a bit more accessible in the car. But you know, there's all these ads you would see where it's these celebrities like big products. Jennifer Aniston's brand is moisture let me I mean, really like a water of something electrolytes or a moisturizing cream like all the anti-ageing, duration moisturizing volume. Yes. Like, the feller things to uplift and regenerate. But we have now with Instagram. These people are selling relatively cheap home consumables. They're not like luxury products. Yeah. It's not like, so let me get my three thousand go on someone's page, and you'll know them long enough. They'll post like four thousand different kinds of products to the point where you don't even really know what their brand is anymore. That's the thing that is related like you'll go from here. Come hair Gumy's teeth whiteners to fit bit bands to crest white strips too toothpaste to you know, See's candy. You're like what's the brand? And I'm like when shopping mall thing like, I don't even really engage in like, you know, makeup artists like culture, or like, you know, Kim Kardashian ship, but whenever I do like Peru's because it's just hard not to like a morbid curiosity, it's all about the new product. And it's all about the new review. It's all about the new whatever. And of course, even if it's sponsor time in my head on like, you're here to get an honest review in your here to get new information. But this person is using new parks so often, they're not even it's not even genuine like there's no genuineness whatsoever. It's just like a constantly churning of information of advertising. It's just. As long as commercial break is what is so something they really wanted to mention in this interview. I had was how these influence your talent agencies have cropped up all over New York and LA and various urban centers across the world. Like Copenhagen has a lot London has a lot Tokyo has some Australia internationally. Yeah. Hold trend, and they're not limited to just talent management. But also provide services like pitching content strategy plans to clients providing account management services for the various advertising campaigns, literally they are marketing companies evolving to now solely focus on Instagram influencers and online influencers..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"His clients include Jennifer, Aniston, Miley, Cyrus, Jillian Michaels, Kim basing, Kelly Osbourne Ireland, Baldwin and Emma Roberts, just to name a few, and I am happy to tell you that he loves to watch real housewives of Orange County, and I have roped him into watching this week's episode and discussing it with me, welcome to the show. How's it going? I'm so happy to be here. This is so exciting for me. No idea you kidding. I'm excited to talk to you. First. I guess about that episode that episode is fantastic. But the first thing I need to ask you is what you think of the hair extensions debacle on all of these our shows, please tell me what you think it's insane. You know, how her expecting for a while? It's like here in LA. We kinda saw them go away for a little bit. And they were looking really good. But I feel like there's just like this new resurgence of really bad hair extensions where it's like there's so noticeable again, I mean like years ago in the early two thousand and end of the nineties, you know, we saw like those girls Paris Hilton Lindsay Lohan, just like having extreme hair extensions. And I feel like it's coming back. And it's just freaky me out. I don't know. It was good for a little while. But it's pretty bad. Right. It's freaking you ons. Freaking me out. I feel like when people who don't do hair for a living really noticed that. Then I'm like, okay, something's really bad here. Because like I remember way back in the day like one of my favorite you've ever ever was that Kate. Awesome movie. How does a guy in ten days, and I loved it so much when I was a kid like before I did hair. And now that I do hair, and I go back and watch that movie. I'm like, holy crap. Like for extensions are so bad. It's like, no, no, I don't know how people get away with it. Now. It's like now, we know so much about extensive. We can see it from a mile away. So I don't know how these drills think they're gonna get away with it anymore. But it's bad. Right. So bad. Okay. So this week's episode was great because they went to dinner in Jamaica there on this Jamaican trip and tensions rose when Gina confronted.

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on KOMO

"To get me to like not yell then they had the gun up to me. And I knew that was the moment. They're just totally going to shoot me robbers allegedly knew where she was and what kind of jewel she had after she displayed them on a live Snapchat feed. I was snout chatting that I was home and that everyone was going out this window of opportunity and just went for it the alleged robbers captured on camera escaping on bicycles and by foot French authorities later arresting sixteen connected to the case the Hollywood heist from recent months hearken back to the infamous fleeing from a decade ago. Seventeen stealing from the homes of celebrities like Paris Hilton Lindsay Lohan and Rachel Bill sent to the tune of three million dollars. We spoke with one of the bling ring members. Go back in two thousand ten the first time we did this. We found a grand in cash. The LAPD tells me it's not just celebrities who are targeted but regular folks like us who advertise on social media that we're going to be away from home. Now. Investigators say you can still post pictures from exotic locales on vacation, but maybe just wait to post until you get back home. That's ABC's. Matt. Putman Minnesota is joining main Oregon in Washington DC in providing a third gender option for drivers license applications and renewals. ABC's Ryan burrow reports. Minnesotans can now check X if they don't want to be identified as a man or woman on their driver's license. The third option began this week as the state rolled out its new real ID with more stringent federal requirements than previous driver's licenses. The Minnesota driver and vehicle services division, says the third gender option was a move to better serve all Minnesotans. However, some politicians in the states say the move was made unilaterally by democratic governor Mark Dayton without legislative approval. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Perhaps you saw the story recently about a robot brothel in Houston. Raised a lot of ethical questions and legal questions to we learned today that there will be no try before you buy at the proposed sex, Robert Robert robot, brothel say that ten times fast in Houston. The city council voted in favor of an ordinance today banning the use of any device or item used to provide sexual stimulation of gratification inside a business. It is two thousand eighteen after all there ought to be more robots around here. Komo news time one twenty nine attorney Gerald what.

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Eating For Free

"He was a billion dollar whale quote, unquote according to the new book, billion dollar whale who fooled Wall Street Hollywood and the world. Wall Street Journal, reporter's, Tom Wright and Bradley. Hope authors just say, no. So I don't know. I said that I was one-sentence having a really hard time getting information out today. So there is a man who name whose name is Joe low. He's from Malaysia. He's a graduate of Warton university and was best known for his love of partying with movie actors. Specifically, Leonardo DiCaprio, Miranda, Kerr, people like that. If you Titian he's dropped over the last couple like the last couple years in decade thousand hundreds of thousands on the regular ever year. If not in the millions to impress starlets like Paris Hilton. Lindsay Lohan Miranda Kerr as well as parlance as in casino in nightclub operators where people like him are referred to as Wales. He likes socializes with all the like there's like the top ten, the Las Vegas socialites Gamba deal young money like he's known as well. I mean girl those people in Vegas was people who like think about that. Those people that actually buy in five hundred k. for like a one poker game. Like what even is that culture layaway now just thinking about him. So he was followed around by. The Justice department, and then these people that wrote this book because they start to notice that his purchases. We're getting more extravagant and he's like access to big celebrities kept growing. And so it kind of started when he bought a thirty five million dollar private jet equity and music labels. EMI masterpieces by boss Kiat Monet and Van Gogh and two hundred fifty million dollars super yacht. A penthouse in New York's Time Warner center and the Beverly Hills hotel. Vince ROY Amitav rent about the fifty million Lindahl yacht. Yeah. Yeah. About them. He basically was making these like increasingly insane purchases. And then somebody's lying Justice department. Notice that as he spent more and more that celebrities that surrounded him grew in, like stature, and so it eventually came out that it was this like elaborate scheme set up by a foreign trust. That's main goal was to buy access into Hollywood. No, it's so smart. Am I gonna they had. He's from family millions in, I'm paraphrasing. But what they do is they had move here and start all these like insane projects and like the one girl that we talked about where she's like, I'm working on this project need funding for it. And then she then she gets to the other objects and it's always this money, and then you meet the money people that Guinness gold, but like to keep the money moving, why not use a large company to fund a private persons life when it's actually quote unquote, look an experiment or business ventures. So socio also, evil was a noticed when he helped Leonardo DiCaprio fund the wolf of Wall Street through a subsidiary bed, granite pictures. Ironic with the kind of money Lois throwing around. He was well past living the lifestyle of the rich and famous and the moment everything begin to fall apart. He was in talks to do big deals, like buying a stake in Tom Ford. Like the entire fashion empire known as Tom Ford. He was literally like they were sitting down at the table with this man. I mean, that's good..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jason Oliver Chang is the author of chino anti Chinese racism in Mexico. Eighteen eighty to nineteen forty. He's an assistant professor of history and Asian American studies at the university of And now we're gonna turn to well. A very different kind of interview Mattia Raimondo Levin data junior aka Perez Hilton is perhaps the most well known celebrity gossip writer of our time in the mid arts. He became famous. Well, some people might say infamous actually because of his blonde pres- Hilton dot com where he wrote about the latest exploits and scandals of Paris Hilton Lindsay Lohan, and the light his signature style also included getting celebrities nicknames that they probably didn't like a lot. Here's a clip of him naming some of these on the Jimmy Kimmel show in two thousand and seven. Jessica Simpson you call jugs jugs Britney Spears is she's a hot mess. Potman? A lot of other things Kirsten Dunst kinky drunks. Perez Hilton was also known for the drawings of genitalia that he would put over the pictures of celebrities that he posted Peres does. And I'm assuming that's tight your real name is he draws penises on people's faces. But he to truly load when he began to out gay celebrities like Neil, Patrick, Harris, and clay Achim is that true. The rumor that you're gay ask clay..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Latino USA

"Mattia Raimondo Avenida junior, aka Perez Hilton is perhaps the most well known celebrity and gossip writer of our time. In the mid audits, he became famous. Well, some people might say infamous actually because of his blog, press Hilton dot com where he wrote about the latest exploits in scandals of Paris, Hilton Lindsay, Lohan, and the like his signature style also included giving celebrities nicknames that they probably didn't like a lot. Here's a clip of him. Naming some of these on the Jimmy Kimmel show in two thousand and seven. Jessica Simpson, you call jugs jugs. Brittany spears is she's a hot mess. Hotman I call her a lot of other things. Kirsten Dunst kinky drunks pres- Hilton was also known for the drawings of genitalia that he would put over the pictures of celebrity. That he posted would Peres does, and I'm assuming that's not your real name is he draws penises on people's faces, but he came true when he began to out gay celebrities like Neil Patrick Harris and clay Aitken. Is that true? The rumor that you're gay? Ask clay. I'm sitting on the cake and Sal. Still, none of this deterred people from flocking to his website with its signature hot pink color scheme at its peak. It received seven million views daily. Now at a time when we have the first quote reality, television president, it's illuminating to talk to someone who was instrumental in the rise of reality TV show stars and who in fact was part of establishing a kind of bullying rhetoric that's common now, not just in social media, but also in our politics. So today, Chris Hilton speaks to me about his Latino identity. His regrets and what comes next for the Cuban-American info -tainer. Thank you for speaking to us on the USA. Oh, I'm so happy to him a fan of the show. It's truly a really special moment for me to be on this with you and to be able to hopefully inform enlighten your audience as to who I am enlighten. So pres- actually is a word that you would apply to yourself and to the work that you've done in the past in the past? I used to do things a lot differently than I do now. But yeah, I would use that word lightened. Even back then, even though I would say I was definitely diluted, but in my mind, I was saying, well, I'm just shining the light on celebrities behaving badly and those that get it. Right. Well, let's let's go back to the beginning. Sure. So you grew up in Miami, your mom and dad? Both of them were born in Cuba and I think that they left Cuba with like seriously, nothing. So tell us a little bit about how you remember your childhood in many ways. My childhood was the opposite of what it is now. Like I would say I was not a very active participant in my formative years because my parents were more than just fine allowing the TV to be my babysitter. So since as early as I can remember when I was young, that's all I would do is just watch television and I was like a zombie in front of that screen. My childhood, I would say was very traditional normal for Miami. And I would also say that it was not easy for me, not because of anything. My parents did, but just society is a whole, you know, I was born gay. I've known. I was gay since I could remember. And I grew up in a Latino community. I went to an all boys Jesuit school from sixth grade through twelfth grade, and back in the nineties people weren't out. And I remember vividly eleventh grade my theology teacher said something to us about homosexuality. She said, you know, studies say that one out of every ten is gay, and I'm like, wow, that's so progressive hurt or even knowledge that and then immediately after. Words, this teacher said, but chew. Boys are not like other boys. And not only was I struggling with being gay and in the closet. But I also grew up very fat. I would eat my rice and beans and steak me because EEO all of that and my mom's idea of us being healthy back then was giving me a salad of iceberg lettuce with tomatoes and Megan as that's what she thought was healthy. I have seen your your mom. On your different channels and social media..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on Double Toasted

"That was Connie, Nielsen counting, remember that kind of Nielsen was that's the woman from wonder woman. She was out there signing autographs in the wind said, I want autograph too from her skirt blew up and whole crowd of journaling. Oh shit. Open, it wasn't well. It was. You didn't see it too well, because that's bad video and it's a little blurry, but there's some. There's some photos out there where you see clearly. S. all out in the wind. People care for. Too much. Thank you. Know I was I was watering our garden topless and shit, and it was like, I don't care. I saw neighbors to at the window. She. Baby, you know they were skin see like, yeah, whatever. Thing about is that being topless not against the lowest equal. Walk around topless, no big. May women smoking do that and Austin, that's That's why. why. But you know, in every now and then in even every none in every none in that kitty, cat may skate. You know, there's all the time. Several times. Yeah, there's there's several times that cat got out got away from like somebody Paris, Hilton, Lindsay Lohan airtime. They got out of airtime. They've got car, you earn. Got trying to scape-. Got. Got, they'll try to leave. You better put some. Is it look? It is not a big deal at all these days. We see it all the time. And again, it's nothing today is you wanna get one nip slip on the red carpet at some award show at some galette as Lord right there. She was at some gala somewhere hanging. Yeah, he's breastfeed in. Being invisible. Baber some, you know, she doesn't nipples Ashi. Could care less pasta looking crazy. Knock. Yeah, she's got that British look too. So to send nipple b..

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The state does all right to a much more lighthearted topic from vanity fair kim kardashian is teaming up with jared kushner and it's actually for a good cause wall kanye west doubles down on his recent opinion on slavery kim kardashian is finding her own cost to champion working pardon a sixty two year old woman serving a life sentence over a non violent drug offence according to mike just apparently a publication of some sort kardashian has already spoken with jared kushner on behalf of alice marie johnson who has spent twenty one years in prison as of october twenty seventeen that same month kardashian shared it mike video on on johnson to her twitter page writing this is so unfair her national team confirmed to mike that she has been in touch with the white house and is working to bring johnson's case to the president's desk in order to arrange a presidential pardon or clemency in november she hired a team of lawyers including sean holly known for her work with celebrity clients including paris hilton lindsay lohan and snoop dogg kushner has been an unlikely proponent of criminal justice reform putting him at odds with attorney general jeff sessions who has been vocal about his tough on crime approach you know when i got to the point that point in the article when i was reading through it earlier this evening the question occurred to me and it's you know it's not entirely tongue in cheek there it's half tongueincheek and half sincere like i genuinely want an answer this question what does it mean to be tough on crime six five one nine eight nine five five five what does it mean to be tough on crime because you know this lady has now i don't know the specifics of her case but based upon the context of the article and what they're talking about you know because they go onto to reference non violent drug offenses and what have you as a example of the type of criminal justice issue that kardashian and kushner both want to address so i'm assuming that this gal alice marie johnson is guilty.

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Kim Kardashian Is Talking to Jared Kushner About a Pardon for Great-Grandma Jailed for Life

02:19 min | 3 years ago

Kim Kardashian Is Talking to Jared Kushner About a Pardon for Great-Grandma Jailed for Life

"The state does all right to a much more lighthearted topic from vanity fair kim kardashian is teaming up with jared kushner and it's actually for a good cause wall kanye west doubles down on his recent opinion on slavery kim kardashian is finding her own cost to champion working pardon a sixty two year old woman serving a life sentence over a non violent drug offence according to mike just apparently a publication of some sort kardashian has already spoken with jared kushner on behalf of alice marie johnson who has spent twenty one years in prison as of october twenty seventeen that same month kardashian shared it mike video on on johnson to her twitter page writing this is so unfair her national team confirmed to mike that she has been in touch with the white house and is working to bring johnson's case to the president's desk in order to arrange a presidential pardon or clemency in november she hired a team of lawyers including sean holly known for her work with celebrity clients including paris hilton lindsay lohan and snoop dogg kushner has been an unlikely proponent of criminal justice reform putting him at odds with attorney general jeff sessions who has been vocal about his tough on crime approach you know when i got to the point that point in the article when i was reading through it earlier this evening the question occurred to me and it's you know it's not entirely tongue in cheek there it's half tongueincheek and half sincere like i genuinely want an answer this question what does it mean to be tough on crime six five one nine eight nine five five five what does it mean to be tough on crime because you know this lady has now i don't know the specifics of her case but based upon the context of the article and what they're talking about you know because they go onto to reference non violent drug offenses and what have you as a example of the type of criminal justice issue that kardashian and kushner both want to address so i'm assuming that this gal alice marie johnson is guilty.

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"Okay this is what we do and so they did start referring their clients to me and back then it was we didn't and we still to this day don't pay anybody to say you know i go to kate somerville i use kate somerville it's real authentic and then the celebrities would just be like i you know watch your beauty program in who who were some celebrities if you can say that yeah they were amazing so back then it was paris hilton lindsay lohan nicole richie like that whole group was super super influential and they were super supportive of of the brands so supportive and especially paris because peres was huge all around the world like at one point she went to japan and they asked what her beauty regimen wise and and they said kate somerville and literally i think the country of japan like like like for a year we were booked with you know so many people from around the world because of paris people forget this she's still huge around the globe where people well known person she's you know it's funny because she's very generous person people like i really know her and she was like she'd be on a a musical like when she was doing our music and she'd be on in the recording studio and if i had an event she would drop everything and come not an literally i didn't pay her a penny to do it she just she's like i want to support you like she was such a good girl like person to to spread the word jessica alba was amazing and then grey's anatomy was huge lens okay well sin deborah methane like the whole cast of grays will and grace came it wasn't just like a domino effect where came in and then everyone else came in and like so they just started telling all their friends.

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"hilton lindsay" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"hilton lindsay" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Writer but things you get to do in europe rent when you're rolton who was released this actor who played wolverine expresses lovers act f ron through song let's hugh jackman also ridiculously talented shortfalls pairs hilton lindsay lohan have major beef going on right now true barely pairs helms been saying that oh lindsay low hand try to if nagel her way into uh some party that she was in then there there's like a witness at this from years ago but witnesses say now that's not true how is there pierce held was begging lindsay law hand hang out with her and that share what their problem is delay after that raw tell you those are some serious problems sayeret are going to the party of man yeah like stop crashing my day at spare that's what a wa otherwise via duane johnson and kevin heart star in this upcoming move the jumanji looks good on home it opens this week and then who sings this katie got it right away she was at one of seven five case all courtyard performer no lesser known but we had a loudhailer tuesday onstage doesn't alive more than now who that other lady there are other olympic hand over my you think about rachel platten's yeah yeah good save make as her i'm saying i wish he was he hasn't asia yes remember every day abed all right you know and i think katie you're guilty of this what's that i'm sure jason gunman's wife carol is guilty of this my wife kelly has been guilty of this and i think also hannah maga's or white manchester mats wife's guilty of all women and generally basically every once you want your wine man in in in the world given your man a hard time because he can't handle being sick oh he the man flos i oh if me get sick you're such a baby it's true well you're gonna feel bad about yourself a row there's a reason we feel worse than you do that's coming up sharing cheese breaking and entering christmas with one of those have been five casey l is this thursday this.

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