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"joe elwyn" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"joe elwyn" Discussed on Popcast

"Dot dot dot but it's okay not pads sub head. Joe elwyn hospitalized. Leave that right there. Sorry sorry sorry. I'll go on private my Do you feel like this version of the grammys which is to say not all on one stage. Youth focused loose. There's been disagreement amongst us. On whether trevor noah was good or bad. But this kind of like frisky or lively are mixed up. Grammy's is this a template for future years or is this a we got through it. Thank god and now. Let's just get back to normal. What do y'all think. I think the i mean. The staple center was built for the grammy's basically to their specifications. I can't imagine them not going back to us. It would be nice if they learn something. But you pointed out in your great piece. John about the age range of the participants in how few older folks there were. I think once once they can go back indoors. I think they'll be back but also there's a new producer this you. It's a generational change. Maybe that gives me hope although okay this is going to be a big shock for all parties involved. But let me devil's advocate for a second. Okay i want you to. Here's a thought exercise. Never done this before. Never not was shocked. But you're gonna shocked to the specifics of this devil's advocacy heartache. The grammys are the only award. Show left that genuinely honors older generation musicians in a consistent way and we lose something when they are not on stage. Even if it's an awkward. Why i agree with this. I'm just throwing it out. There is an idea. What do y'all think about that. Having come off a grammy's that basically ignored everybody over forty. I'm with you guys. That i wonder as bleak as it sounds like how much of that was co ed health concern and not to go there but bringing up the charley pride situation from me like where. How much of that was an intentional decision of the content of the show and how much was like a legal liability. I don't think we're going to actually know the answer to that. And also on top of that. How much of that are musicians. Who are in their fifties sixties and seventies being like. Now i'm not coming to your show. You kidding me. You want me to come in like play viola with debate. You no not gonna do that. Shot a viola player. Who is i believe under forty. But you don't need. I don't know i don't know what part of it was self preservation. What part of. It was legal concern. What part of it was a radical new approach. The grammy's actually kind of cautiously optimistic. It's the other way with now that we broke the template. We don't have to go back to it but it did. Make.

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"joe elwyn" Discussed on TV's Top 5

TV's Top 5

02:29 min | 4 months ago

"joe elwyn" Discussed on TV's Top 5

"Dan feinberg dan. How are you my friend. Well it's been a short week and yet it's spelt like an endless week so same as usual leslie. Same as usual. How about you. i am holding up man. Oh god. I hate mercury in retrograde. Just me or is the whole world feel like it's bonkers right now. I do not subscribe to that particular religion but But i acknowledge and admire those who do. But we just talk about baseball for thirty seconds here for nando tates fourteen year deal three hundred and forty million dollars does that make him ryan murphy Look all i know is. It's either going to end up. Being a franchise crippling deal that they won't be able to get out from or else it's going to be a gigantic bargain that they're going to be gloating about for forever. I mean i don't think there's an inbetween to it at all. Either he's going to be the player. Everyone thinks he is and the face of baseball. Everyone thinks he is and in that case. Three hundred and forty million utter steel. Yeah or else. The fact that he had back problems as a twenty one year old rookie is going to become worse and worse and worse than he suddenly going to become. I don't know perpetually injured and the last few years of this will be an albatross. They'll never be able to escape so one or the other. But it'll be a bobby mugniyah deal if something like only vastly vastly more so. Yeah it will be one or the other anyways. It's interesting but not if you don't care about baseball well with all vet said let's dive into the headlines leading off j.j. Abrams is adding another dc. Show to hbo max plate and will executive produce a constantine tv series for the streamer on wednesday. Netflix's ordered wednesday. Addams family live action tv series. That will be directed by tim. Burton and will be show run by the team behind smallville and into the badlands. I see what you did there. Dan elsewhere brooklyn nine nine runner. Dan gore is re teaming with the pontiac. Bandit i mean craig robinson for a comedy series at peacock which has also picked up a half hour series from lorne. Michaels starring estenoz. Chris read in casting news. Normal people author. Sally rooney has set the cast for her who follow up conversations with friends tapping newcomer. Alison oliver to join sasha lane joe. Elwyn aunt jemima kirk in the coming of age drama in other casting news sex education actress..

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"joe elwyn" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

06:49 min | 10 months ago

"joe elwyn" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"She sees a superficial she's done playing that game and she doesn't care who's offended explains the source of why she cut ties with Demi Moore and Sandra bullock quote if they don't get where she my colleagues by the way were ince Demi Moore and Sandra bullock if they don't get, she's at in life they're out on the other hand the Charlie's Angels Star forty-seven remained tight with more back actresses like Drew Barrymore into the Paltrow who she just did the interview with. Quote those two both encouraged her to have kids even though she was willing to forties notes source. She doesn't know what the implication I'm sorry but like I don't know them but the implication that Sandra bullock also adopted kids or later in life would not encourage cameron. Diaz to have kids later in life is crazy to me so stupid because if they were friends at all, which there's no evidence that they actually step kept in touch or stay friends or whatever what movie, Sandra Bullock Cameron Diaz and together I don't even know aren't even. Know Name One book and Cameras Yeah, they're saying that their former colleagues. So what movie were they together, whatever we actually a heaven I'm sorry is this is the is like the all work in an office building called Hollywood like that why they're calling them colleagues like I'm assuming that they implying that they were in a movie together or something I don't think they've ever been in a movie together why she cut ties. So you're so they're saying former colleague, Santander, bullock like they all they work in office building called Hollywood you know like. Kobe called ladies and Hollywood. So if so. But from what we know about debasement of Hollywood, there's no way that she would cut that. She would not encourage cameron to to do that and also Demi Moore who also took a break from Hollywood. Significant break and then greenback about it would also encourage Cameron Diaz to take a break from Hollywood or step away completely. This is only everything you've found to complain about in this little blurb is bully spot on but. I have some major problems with calling Gwyneth paltrow a laid back actress. Okay. First of all, that's just laid back actresses like Drew Barrymore Gwyneth Paltrow I'm sorry to call Gwyneth paltrow more laid back than Sandra bullock. It just feels like the biggest live of Demi Moore I also would argue that Drew Barrymore is not laid back either from recent. Yeah. I guess that's true. We I'm sorry in this version of Cameron Diaz ditching her friends she's ditch Demi and Chelsea Handler in this version and Leslie Mann and Leslie. She ditched Jennifer Aniston Leslie Mann Chelsea Handler Demi Moore even Sandra bogus feeling the chill. I'm sorry what is this be? The expansion of the names on this list is really funny. These are her friend as if these were her friends and wants to get it says her only friends are not only friends but the friends at calls out our Gwyneth paltrow and Drew Barrymore. That's you know that's A. I mean everyone knows that her drew Mirror Juburi bff I'm just saying there's so many interesting stories going on like also with meg and like Tori lanes and all this stuff and we have a fake Taylor Swift Joe elwyn story like these back like all the tabloids it's like all white people old stories you know it's like old stories do like one google. We always say about ourselves but like do a little bit of work there are there are compelling and interesting stories with real information that are not even making the cover of these tablets know like honestly like say that Brandy and Monica are fighting again come on like I know they're not but you're lying anyway. Relying anyway like I just I. Yes. I understand why the Brad Angelina Jolie story is on US I understand why that's something that we're talking about understand miley cyrus because she just broke up and she's has a song out on in touch but I truly truly don't understand the Taylor Swift Joe Allen Fan fiction of life and style and I don't understand the saving. Our family on star, the chip and Joanna plotline on star terrible and then the last one was Mindy Irwin fake. Okay. Magazine twins light herbal terrible one is less interesting than Joe Allen knowable and yet somehow he gets on the cover all the time but back to cameras for just a second because I have a quick game for you quick bill game because if you. We were talking about the fact that candy is becomes best friends with everyone she co-stars and movies with as the tablets are trying to tell us this week, which is a strange. Piece of uniformity. But I made a quick game about like People Cameron Diaz has been in movies with it's mostly just to explore some lesser seen Cameron Diaz vehicles from early in her career because I didn't know about a lot of them, I didn't know the details about a lot of them. It's again about her many co-star slash best friends I'm going to read about who we are like low tear them movie cameron has starred in and ask which actor in a list of actors she did not become best friends with. The game called it's like Cameron Diaz has best. In, one thousand nine hundred cameras followed up her first movie The mask with movie called the Last Supper. which is about quote five liberal graduate school students who invite a string of extreme conservatives to dinner in order to Mirko. Oh. Have you heard of this? You know barrier. Which of these actors is not in the last supper a WHO is cameron? Who is not Cameron Diaz, his best friend. Sandra Oh. Courtney Vance Bill Paxton or Jason Alexander Bill Paxton's not in it. Wrong Sandra. Oh is not bill paxon is in it I was so close. In in one thousand, nine, hundred six is feeling Minnesota. Cameron Diaz plays a woman who's in love with a man named Jack. Spelled with two JAY'S JJ Played by Keanu Reeves Oh co worker and invest, he's in love with him even though she happens to be married to his brother who was more or less like an evil guy I haven't seen it. I HAD TO BASE IT OFF synopsis which of these actors is not in Feeling Minnesota, Aka. who was not Cameron Diaz as best. Friend. Vincent offer. You delroy Lindo Courtney love or Vince. Vaughn nineteen ninety-six the first one no no I'm sorry Vince Vaughn is not Cameron Diaz as best friend the rest are Courtney love is in the movie with cameras. Yes. Our best friend again she's broke. She's cut all ties with Courtney love ever since you know courtney definitely starting wine corny deadly didn't approve of whatever nonsense. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seven, Cameron Diaz start in a life less ordinary, which was Danny. Boyle's highly anticipated. Follow up to trainspotting that was sort of a flop. She played a woman named Selena Ville whom angels from heaven want to set up with you and McGregor because God thinks too many people are getting divorced and no I'm not making that up. That's what the movie is about. Who is not her best friend Dan Dan had dia. Michael. K Williams Timothy Oliphant or Delroy. Lindo. Michael Calcium's not in this me Williams is not her best friend. Oh. My God Delroy Lindo was just into movies like back. Door Linda used to be and everything also in nineteen eighty-six busier for Kennedy as she started, and she's the one a dumb Rome come with a great original by Tom..

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"joe elwyn" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"joe elwyn" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Revox and Joe elwyn in the new movie. Harriet Professor Dunbar. There's so many parts of the film that I did wonder how true how how how closely they do hugh history here for for example Later on we see a scene where Tubman and other other members of the underground railroad and abolitionist. Gather at the home of Senator William seward right. I believe Senator seward and the point being that there's they're all these people who are fighting for the freedom of enslaved people meeting at this home including Frederick Douglass and and there's a moment where Harriet Tubman in the movie. I think throws a little shade at say like you know you've been free for so long you've forgotten what being enslaved as like how How much did their lives lives? Overlap now it's a great question because th when you think about it I would argue that. Harriet Tubman. And Frederick Douglass are probably the most well-known well-known enslaved people Who lived in America? In the nineteenth century both were from the eastern shore of Maryland. They were born around the same time time. And we actually know that They did interact. They worked together On the underground and so there were times where Harriet was actually really shut. People up to Rochester New York where Douglas was living. We believe there is a moment where he actually harbored some of her enslaved. Ah The fugitives in his own. Home before passing them on through up through Canada so we know that they interacted. We also know that Tubman Did and sort of move through any slavery circles. She would she was not on the speaking circuit the way with the way Douglas was because she was a fugitive still and could be captured and taken Taken away but we know that they were friendly and and later on in in Tubman life when her autobiography was written. Douglas actually sent in a letter sort of explaining his admiration for Tubman saying here. I am on stage all of the time with all of this adulation and respect and you've spent so much time behind the scenes where the only I'm uh-huh sort of signs of appreciation you get a hug from a fugitive Or a prayer a blessing from one of the people you've led from from Maryland and so to think about the two of them together and the fact that they were represented in the film I think is actually Was Smart and and relatively accurate interesting. Okay then this isn't. I don't think this is necessarily a spoiler alert. At the very end of the film we get a we get a couple of scenes of Harriet. It tubman in the civil war now. This is a huge part of her life which I think would take like ten movies to really cover here but we have a question On our website from someone calling himself Damn Salvation. Who says when did it come out that Harriet Tubman was also a union spy? That's extra cool and I wish it had been mentioned when I was in school. Yeah no you know. I think that it's one of in. Its today's Veterans Day and I think it's sort of appropriate moment to to think about out Tubman to connect her as a veteran because she was indeed that It was a secret that that tubman actually was the the first woman to lead an expedition for military in the nation It just was simply one of those things that was left out of the one page on the high school. History textbooks that cover tubman is life and she was interesting is that she was actually asked to join up with with the union source of union. Soldiers she was approached by the governor of Massachusetts in eighteen sixty two and asked to go down to South Carolina and and to serve as a spy a scout I mean. Hey if there's anyone you want on your team as a spire scout I think Tubman was it and says she agreed and so she agrees to do this at a moment. You know we're midway through the war. no-one knows when it's going to end. She is still technically enslaved. Because because Maryland did not emancipate their slaves until eighteen sixty four. She actually goes down to South Carolina and would later would start her sort of spying and scouting along with serving as a nurse And an entrepreneur a a baker all of these sort of things she did Walsh using South Carolina. She's doing all of this. At the same moment that linkin issues the emancipation proclamation so he in one fell swoop. He He. You know emancipates. Enslaved people from those states that it succeeded from the Union but Maryland was not that was not one of those states so she's actually serving and fighting and leading troops up the combined river on the Combined River raid as a fugitive and and and once again proves proved to be so successful and manages to emancipate over seven hundred fifty people from behind behind confederate lines. It's once again. It's one of those sort of moments where we have to ask yourself. Did this really happen. And it did. And the mission of the of those raids specifically was to emancipate those people. Well it was. It was to emancipate people but it was also to sort of Cut off the food and supplies that were still making their way to confederate troops in around butte Buford South Carolina so it was too and also to drive confederate forces back but they were still using a tremendous amount of enslaved labor on the rice farms and plantations. And so both of these things happen. At once they drive the confederates off and and the way that they're able to do that is they figured out or tub and figured out with help of black and four months where the torpedoes were along the combat he river and when she realized where they were they were able to steer their boats up the river and for a surprise attack. That was successful. This is remarkable. I mean it seems as if every year of Harriet Tubman is life. I mean I'm speaking to you. A historian whose dwelling in the in the realm of fact but it does stretch the imagination. That one woman could accomplish so much and then she moves on to be a a suffragette as well. Yeah you know. It's sort of the war was over. Slavery ended And in many ways in a tub men's life had to change drastically in that was like. Okay well now how do we live with the aftermath of slavery and so we often sort of think about someone's life can of ending with the civil war slavery but she lived for more than half half a century after the close of the civil war and so she like millions of other formerly enslaved people had to figure out and what the so called freedom meant what it meant during the era of reconstruction what it meant with the nature of race relations with the rise of state eight sanctioned violence against black people and she does this of course from Auburn New York where she spends the rest most of her life thereafter her and she struggles she's never sort of financially solvent. She struggles with the fact that she is Still illiterate she's unable able to really engage in any employment that would allow her to live A sort of financially stable life and this was the reality ability for most black people at this moment in time but even still she dedicates her life to social justice and am I think. I'm hoping that people walk away from the film in my book. Sort of understanding that Tubman was really social. Justice advocate from the cradle to the grave life and once slavery had ended she worked towards Sort of pushing for and advocating for women's rights rights more specifically the right for women to vote as well as pushing for respect and dignity to be given to lives the lives of elderly elderly black men and women. She believed they had a right to live and die with dignity and so she spent really the rest of her life working diligently gently for both of those causes. Let's go to Monte who's calling from mead Washington Monte. You're on the air. I love your show. I was wondering about the truth of the predictions that Harry sees during the movie. I in order to save her and save her. People sometimes from the people who are pursuing her indicators spirituality was pretty deep and I was wondering how accurate that was Monte. Thank you for your call professor. Dunbar go ahead yeah. It's a great question You know Harriet later on in life talked quite a bit about her deep spiritual connection with God and I talked a little earlier about that incident being hit in the head with a two pound weight and while it did give her these. He's kind of crippling spells. She also stated that this is the moment where she sort of drew closer to God and that it was during these sleeping in spells that she would be told her given visions from him. That would help her to know which wet which direction to go so while she was in the underground what bridge to take what road not to travel and so she later on her own words where the penned end by An autobiography her she. She spoke very clearly that it was her God that gave her the ability to lead people. Two out of slavery to freedom she says it in the movie You know and I I argue it was it was her God but it was also her gun No Oh professor Dunbar Forgive me for this but I want to sort of drag us into the realm of contemporary politics with Harriet Tubman because You know next year was supposed to be the year that Harriet Tubman appeared on the the twenty dollar bill. We were all supposed to have anything a ten dollar bill with with with suffragettes as well but as we know this summer That was delayed by what six years All sorts of different reasons for that. You can see it as political or not but I just. I just wanted to know what you think about that. Because here we've spent an hour talking about just you know just is the just the top line of the life of a true American hero right. I don't know no one's perfect. I'm sure tubman had her flaws but she's a true American working hero and somehow as a nation I think it's reflective of how we still struggle with How we talk about and think about Slavery Savory that it somehow controversial for her likeness to appear on the twenty dollar bill? Yeah no I think that you know. We're going to keep having this conversation station until there's a clear answer about whether or not her her likeness will appear on on currency and you know. I think that if we're going to choose anyone to appear on Currency for for our country that she clearly her strength her courage all of of that validates her space. But you know I'm also hoping that it makes us have a deeper conversation. What is it mean to put the face Of a formerly enslaved person someone who had a value attached to their body. What does it mean to put them their face on currency? How can we talk about the vestiges of slavery when we think about the economy when we think about in just social injustice? And so of course. This is not me saying. I don't want to have the bill not at all. I think that if anyone deserves to be on the bill it's it's her but I'm just hoping that it asks us to have a deeper conversation about values attached to black bodies back in the the nineteenth century and if we're talking more sort of in terms of current Current time in politics when we asked the question in water black bodies worth what are the value. How do we value them or devalue them in society? I'm hoping we have a larger conversation about just that we. We have a minute left to go and professor Dunbar. Just going to ask you straight up. What does it mean to you to have her on the bill I'm ready uh-huh I'd rather look at her face than Andrew Jackson's to be perfectly honest and I'm not certain if he'll still be on the bill of beyond the other side but you know I think and when we when we look at the institution of slavery and what allowed it to continue and to move forward we know it was black women and it was the ability for black women to continue to have children to reproduce. And so for me. The the movie the book centering the lives of black black women in this nation. It's about time and to have it happen with was currency makes sense. Well Erica. Armstrong Dunbar is a professor of history. Ed Rutgers University she's author of she came to slay the life and times of Harriet Tubman also previously have never caught the Washington's relentless pursuit of their runaway slave owner judge. which I think everybody should read? It's a phenomenal. Both they both are professor. Dunbar thank you so much for.

"joe elwyn" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"joe elwyn" Discussed on Keep It!

"<hes>. I'm maria maria but i mean they all. I mean whatever you want is spoken about this. Who has a brain is the need for this medium mcgregor doping white lady to be equated to the best of her sport gender period. It's like they want us to think. Maria sharipova is like susan lucci like she keeps losing but on hoist. We're going to see her out. She's really good best arena this time now. Maria sharapova pope is not susan lucci susan lucci fodder bear and did she did. I needed also so susan. Lucci seems super nice yeah. She's very nice. I will also just give a shoutout to serena's husband. Alexis o'hanlon who allen stand fan number one stan and also very good at let's shade. He wore a dare shirt to the match. No that's what i want. This is what having cameron front of you is all clear direct messaging start based messages. Yes it's so amazing. He might what i just. I love that he knows how blessed he is to be with his wife and it's amazing but then we cut to him having jokes league right they are just in the house in florida uh having plans and plots i love that or you went to like. Some sort of an vintage shops like i really <hes>. Do you have any memorabilia right. I wonder how much planning i know is it. Was it spontaneous or was it like a long gone like these are the questions i have for. Mr alexis alexis was also like liked like a couple of tweets that were about <music>. How dare this rivalry still be going on. You know oh yeah so he knows a good secret laker to hidden twitter for the if the detective to locate the internet the secret place where you lay the subtle place i i think he he watches a black lady scott show. I see that for him. Yeah i mean serena. Would she's not going to be about her. Tennis business will be on season four five. I see that for her to yeah great anyway. That's our show. That was a whole lot of show so everybody for sticking around was a that was a super sized episode of keep it. It was a super chiller a fear street supercharge tom version. I'm here for you. It's been a long. It's been a long day joe elwyn. I support whoever you are well. Thanks again robyn. Thank you and thanks to re retaining guys. I love being here early. In the morning. Uh-huh keep it as a product of crooked media carolina reston is our a producer or editor is sarah barrett pile. Seguin is our sound engineer thanks to our digital team allies account and not a name melconian for filming and editing video content every week uh-huh..

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"joe elwyn" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"joe elwyn" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"And now she's into her more nice abilities kind of back like this nice girl vibe. And I felt it was very pot. The song was like full of positivity sounded like a kids bop. But again like I hated it the first time listened, and then it was immediately second my head. And then I was like, oh now I actually saying it. Shifts. We play. It's like me on the on the one of you. The only one that we me we pay me interesting that she was like, you know, innocent girl gun like rebellious, which every Bellion was never that rebel. I know her being fake mean. And then like now, she's all sweet again, which is funny because Miley Cyrus the exact same thing actually was rebellious. I know like not rebellious. She was just a random few him in cognacs. No. But she did her like squad thing I was not like that was not that her so bad us. But she was never there because she is. She's really I think what she wasn't as video was like her true, self baby. There's one in me. Only wanted me. What about very purging song for people's like themselves? Only one of you, the fun of you. My God brainwash. Do you have hope for the rest of the album? Okay. I do because this is much in line with many of her album releases except for blank space, which was the only single that. I've actually been like that single was incredible. This sort of felt like a bit of a flip of blank space where she was still kind of making fun of herself. But like not really in the same way that she did during blank space, but think about shake it off. Look what you made me. Do those were both like probably like the number five or six song on the record like as in like not even close to the best and like ones that I now skip. Although although what you may shake it off. I do not like overheard it over like, no, no. I just think it's so annoying. Shake it, right? Right. Yeah. That was so that was the most annoying song ever her single her pre release, right because faces a genius. Yeah. I know. I know I know I know do you think it really is saying Starbucks lover? And she wanted to get the knowledge that having tash out on it now. Okay, whatever. But anyway, blanks based was the best preamble release. She's ever had. I also think ninety-nine was was potentially her best album also read somewhat argue. Fearless sorry about this. But shake it off. And look what you made me. Do we're both really bad album releases that I felt exactly the same about those singles. And then I love I love both of those albums will. I what's Diprose pointed out that her whole new like aesthetic of being like this rainbow and everything is an exact replica of Spacey, Casey, Casey Moscow. Yes. Who you know, I also love, but I think like she she's sort of just kind of copying it. And look everyone uses rain. I don't think no white. It's the exact same. It's like his neon like, no pesto pastel knee on. It's like it's like this. Leonie pastel. That's also like cats. Right. That's also part of like, okay? There was that's yes. Sure. But I also think that that's like indicative of the time like that's also like very trendy. That's like being like in the sixties or seventies. Like pot like any was. Because like it's what it's that specific to artists can have the exact same brand like your this is her brand. I think it's just the aesthetic of this video potentially. I don't I wouldn't call this brand. Like, for example, are grounded uses pastels, however are very dark dark side, and she's like very muted pistol. I think I think I think Spacey Casey has more of a sixties and seventies vibe like all her costumes are very gogo girl. I love as he he's so much. But Taylor, I think is more like a prepa fide version of the Celani on maybe not that Taylor. And honestly sorry to admit that. But I'm not a big Taylor person. Taylor. Final taylor. As a person. I'm more of a fan of Taylor dating. Joe elwyn? Yes..

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"joe elwyn" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"joe elwyn" Discussed on Channel 955

"Oh he was there in case you were wondering her boyfriend joe elwyn was on hand to watch her kick i was wondering i joked by the way earlier this morning about how the world is a good place because these guys you know perry and taylor together and north korean style it just got broke just a little bit ago that north korean leader kim jong hoon has released the three americans that were detained in north korea which probably means that there will be they will be meeting very very soon yeah jay z and eminem have both filed lawsuits against the weinstein company eminem reportedly claims he's owed a total of three hundred and fifty two thousand bucks for the use of three of his songs in the two thousand fifteen movie south paul phenomenal phenomenal to and kings never dayrell featured on the soundtrack the weinstein company has only reportedly paid them forty eight thousand dollars of that so far as these lawsuit claims hito he is owed almost half a million dollars by the company those payments are related to that documentary series time the khalif browder story and the upcoming series rest empower power the trayvon martin story from not mistaken didn't harvey weinstein's company just filed for bankruptcy so they're trying to get ahead of that and get the money while they can just in time for mother's day this dirty celebrity tattoo artist and megan's favorite makeup mogul von d announcing she is expecting her first baby and it's gonna be a little boy now this news comes three months after tied the knot with her singer husband which was one week after they got engaged she moves very very quickly during an appearance on megan kelly today are kelly's former girlfriend kitty jones giving some details into her relationship with him alleging that he first became physically abusive to her shortly after they moved in together you would have to send a text message message to one of his runners just asking like you know if you can go to the restroom and then they'll relay the formation to him because you weren't like free to walk through the house you had asked permission to go use the bathroom.

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