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Remembering 'Sound Of Music' Star Christopher Plummer

Fresh Air

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Remembering 'Sound Of Music' Star Christopher Plummer

"Plummer and julie andrews scene from the sound of music people have such strong feelings about that movie the either love it or they hate it and they think it's really insipid. Where do you stand on this issue of our time I'm very fond of julie. That's the nicest thing that came out of that film for me. We we have a true in great friendship. She's an extraordinary woman professional. I'm grateful to the film in many ways because it was such a success. It is not my favorite film. Of course because i do think it's borders on mawkishness but we did our damned best not to make it too. Mawkish and robert wise kept a very tight control on it Much was difficult enough. The the sound of the music is quite wonderful. Christopher plummer speaking with terry gross recorded in two thousand seven plumber died last friday at the age of ninety

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Christopher Plummer, Oscar winner and 'Sound of Music' star, dies at 91

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Christopher Plummer, Oscar winner and 'Sound of Music' star, dies at 91

"Christopher plummer the canadian born actor who starred opposite julie andrews in the sound of music has died at the age of ninety one at his home in connecticut. Shakespearean actor was best known for playing captain von trapp in the oscar winning film and won an oscar for his role in the twenty twelve film beginners. His career began on the stage where he wants to tony. Awards but plummer shined on the big screen as well in the shoes of real life character and the people you work for are destroying the most respected the highest rate of the most profitable show on this network. The insider where he played newsman. Mike wallace and franklin delano roosevelt in the hbo. Telepathic

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"Bridgerton" is returning for a second season on Netflix

Colleen and Bradley

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

"Bridgerton" is returning for a second season on Netflix

"10 has officially been renewed by Netflix for a second season after weeks of speculation, So the second season of the show will focus on Anthony Bridger tins Quest to find a wife after his turbulent love life was played out in the first Syriza Now, Bridgeton. Follows the Richardson family and how their lives were turned upside down by the revelations of the elusive an anonymous Lady thistle down in London who is voiced by Dame Julie Andrews.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on The Ten News

The Ten News

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on The Ten News

"The little prince was originally written in french by antoine descent exupery since its publication in nineteen forty-three been translated into three hundred languages and dialects and has sold over two hundred million copies world wide. I get it. That book is amazing. I have like three copies thrill in english though but.

"julie andrews" Discussed on The Ten News

The Ten News

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on The Ten News

"We're sharing our favorite books of twenty twenty. It's the ten news top. ten number. Ten from the desk gives zoe washington. Janine marks a captivating debut novel tackling topics of family love and justice in smart and compelling fashion number nine clap when you land elizabeth a available a novel packed with the exploration of imperfect forgiveness loss and grief number eight of space aaron and try to kelly set in one thousand nine hundred six. This middle grade novel does a fantastic job of blending. The exploration of friends family and science number seven class act by jerry craft a funny powerful companion book to new kid. Class act follows drew's experience is one of the only people of color in esteemed private school number. Six tristan strong destroys the world by kwame volume. The second book and the tristan strong series is an action packed adventure from start to finish and it's written a page turning style. The both young and older readers can enjoy stick around till the end of the ten to hear the rest of our list. If you've ever seen the sound music the original. Mary poppins or any of the princess. Diaries movies you've seen the amazing talent of the legendary. Julie andrews now also a bestselling author julie. Andrews hosts a podcast with her daughter. Emma walton hamilton. Who is a writer and arts. Educator and emma's daughter hope hamilton a seventeen year old student and actress. The podcast called julie's library features these three generations discussing their favorite children's books speaking with authors and bringing stories to life. I recently got the chance to speak with them about what it's like to host a podcast with your family. It was really exciting. Hello thank you so much for joining us. This is julie i this. Is emma such a pleasure to be here and this is help. Thanks for having me so first question. Was it always intended to be done as a family project. And why was it important to you to do it. As a family project we wanted the podcast to be something that could be multigenerational families could sit down and listen to altogether parents grandparents children of different ages in so what better way to do that. We thought than to have multigenerational voices on the podcast possible and so was natural fist. Indeed it was yeah. I don't think. I knew that i was going to be on the podcast. I i think it was like. Oh they want you for one episode. Then you know it did really well only want you for another episode. Yet was really nice. It was quite a nice surprise and superfund so it is super fun. Yeah i think it's really cool that we all get to work together kind of experience this together because it's a new thing that none of us have done before no navy's pleasure of doing it together. Isn't it hopi him. It's just a lovely cousy. Sheila enjoying the moment and i think we believe in what we do. And it's just lovely to bring it to audiences. Yeah definitely so to talk about that a little bit more. How do you approach it from a multigenerational perspective because you have such different points of view coming into this. How do you approach it and give voice to the different generations. Well the one thing that i do believe in very firm is that the best idea wins it whether we're writing or doing the podcast or coming up with the thought and so we might discuss it or even discuss it somewhat heated sometimes but i think we both recognize that the best idea does and the one that resonates makes. The most sense is where we go. Emma you want to add anything to that. Yeah i i would just say i think it also helps that we are that almost everybody in the family is creative to to one degree or another and we all have creative backgrounds can qiliang anyway but i mean we all in various ways have worked in theater and and we've worked creatively together in other capacities before the podcast. Even if we're working together. I think what we all know is that first and foremost we're family. Were not colleagues and so it's kind of a different way of approaching it because at the end of the day you just you go back in you live with them. That's likely put hopi dialing the the love and kindness that we share with each other comes first so we don't really even if we we don't even argue that even if there's like a slight problem like me getting a little bit bossy once in a while he you a few too many acting. That's okay no. But i should it some well when when not collaborating from far we are family. First and it from my point of view flows that much more easily and it truly is fun and lovely to do and to share. It is a gift for me. How do you choose the books that you read and the guests that you have. We started out by all of us agreeing that we wanted the choices to be as diverse as possible to address as broad range of subjects and cultures and ideas and people as possible. Because we wanted can i. Can i just into interrupt donny and say that the one thing we decided on was picture books though that's the kind of themes that we go for that's true. We are sticking to picture books at this point or at least season one was specifically picture books but we wanted all the picture books. We chose to be as diverse as possible because our audiences diverse because our listeners are diverse. And we wanted children everywhere to be able to hear themselves and see themselves reflected in the stories we chose but because we choose or set ourselves the task of reading mostly picture books. Of course on the podcast. We can't show the pictures but we do try very hard to choose subjects that we can read aloud well and then with the help of sound effects music and so on a hopefully the listener can picture what those lovely autistic contributions would be. But it's it does make it difficult. Mostly the pictures in a picture book. Tell the story is will set me as much as text. I think that's probably one of the biggest challenges we had. Isn't it out to find stories that stand alone without the art you know and and yet have the diversity as well right hosting a podcast with three generations of my family would be bought nanna. I wondered how julie's library was handling the additional challenge of recording their podcast while social distancing. Because we've been recording during cogan are early episodes were recorded in a recording studio but we had to obviously locked down and so american public media gear to both of our homes and we set up sam our son. Our engineer set up the gear for us in my.

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The Republicans Still Backing Donald Trump: Lindsey Graham, Tom Cotton and 2024 Hopefuls

Morning Edition

03:46 min | 6 months ago

The Republicans Still Backing Donald Trump: Lindsey Graham, Tom Cotton and 2024 Hopefuls

"False claims about the election are presenting a test for Republicans and conservatives. Larry Hogan, the Republican governor of Maryland, said frivolous lawsuits are bad for the country. A Republican secretary of state in Georgia, vowed accuracy and the count where the numbers now put Joe Biden ahead. This morning, Fox News joined the Associated Press and calling Arizona for Biden and resisted pressure to back off but also on Fox. Republican senators Lindsey Graham and Ted Cruz spoke supportively off the president. Conservative columnist Jonah Goldberg of the Dispatch is with us, Jonah Good morning. Good morning, Steve. What did you make of the president's numerous false claims last evening on television? You know you get into this problem of getting so you like the boiled frog getting used to pricing in Donald Trump's behavior. That because it doesn't surprise you anymore. You tend to take it for granted. And the problem is That's really dangerous. Because what he did last night was simply outrageous. It was dishonorable. It was dangerous. Um, and it was not to get into a liberation deceitful and, um And it's deeply deeply depressing to me how many people On my side of things are going along with it when they know better. I mean, when I know that they know better mean some don't some have lost their minds, but most, but a lot of them No better. Lindsey Graham knows that this election isn't being stolen. But he is caving into pressure. From you know, the from Trump World and a lot of these other people are, too and it's it's disgusting and depressing. I'm baffled as to why Lindsey Graham would, as you put it, be caving in to pressure. He did face a tough reelection fight, but he's been reelected. Now you think he would be free to tell the truth? You think he would now that he doesn't have to run for re election for six years betwen wing in some open meadow like Julie Andrews from the sound of music, saying LA did. I don't have to do any of this stuff anymore. But That is not the way it is. And he you know there is this this intense pressure from From Maga world to go down fighting in all of this, and Um, I have no great explanation for other than the fact that maybe Lindsey Graham wants to stay relevant in that world, or he wants to live in the Senate forever. Is there pressure on potential 2024 presidential candidates, and I regret to say it. We don't even have a decision in the 2020 election, but people are persistent positioning themselves for 2024. Oh, absolutely. I mean, we saw yesterday. The Trump sons. Tweet enraged that 2020 for Republicans weren't stepping up to defend their father. Where are they? And almost instantaneously 18. Minutes later, Senator Cotton Started saying, We have to fight and stand by President Trump and Nikki Haley had a more subdued and equivocal Tweet, which was more defensible. But then he she got attacked by Matt Gates, the congressman from Florida who clowns himself regularly and you saw Ted Cruz get in the action. This is the fatwa has gone out. Everyone must Joined the parapets on DH fight this thing and pretend that an election is being stolen when it's not In about 10 seconds. Can you name a Republican or conservative who has responded to this properly? Sure. Ben Sasse Mitt Romney. Larry Hogan. Ah, you know that they've all called for counting the votes and getting through this. Okay, But it's not a long list. Jonah. Thanks so much. Appreciate it. Thank

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Drew Barrymore confirms rumor that her grandfather's corpse was 'stolen'

Colleen and Bradley

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Drew Barrymore confirms rumor that her grandfather's corpse was 'stolen'

"Drew Carey lore has confirmed that her late grandfather, John Berry, more fit one final party into his social schedule after its 1942 death, thanks to some of his friends, So during a Q and a session, Drew was asked the following. Is it true that your grandfather's body was stolen from the morgue by W. C fields, Errol Flynn? And Sada Kichi Hartmann so that they could prop him up against a poker table and throw one last party. Are you kidding? And did she say Yes to that, Colleen. I'm here to say she said yes, And she said not only yes, but there have been cinematic interpretations of that, she said. Related Bernie's. Well, yeah, and also the Blake Edwards film S O B. That's the movie where Julie Andrews takes her top off, she said. That's just brilliant and fun Toe. Oh, my goodness.

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Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

Gastropod

05:36 min | 9 months ago

Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

"I am a Coloratura Mr Beast not Annette's. Well, whatever you are on record sal show Debra sent you over here. He didn't. You told me was your age. I nine and in spite of what you think. There are some professions where practice does make perfect. Julie Andrews pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman and still managing to shatter a wine glass with her gorgeous and super powerful voice at least in the movie Victor Victoria. But you know you can't believe everything you see on the big screen like breaking a wine glass with just a perfect flat yeah. I always been a long held ambitions. Break wine glasses of the sound. Some of you longtime gastropod listeners might recognize that Voice Zoe. Laughlin. Is none other than the star of our very first episode who said that mango sorbet tastes sublime on gold spoons hers is the voice that is inspired the purchase of a thousand golden spoons or at least a half dozen that we know about though is not just spoon aficionado. She's a material scientist and director of the Institute of Making at University College London, and this episode we were excited to talk to her again not about gold spoons. But about glass I mean even though I should've understand it on paper. Everything about glasses still sort of extraordinary mysterious like just the fact that is transparent when pretty much everything else isn't transparent is extraordinarily we have a lot of questions this episode for one. How did something? So seemingly delicate and breakable get to be so ubiquitous in the kitchen and also how come you could never put a drinking glass in the oven, but you can cook in a glass dish. What does the? Invention of the bottling machine have to do with a beautiful stretch of protected sand dunes along the shores of Lake Michigan or with the rise of Ketchup and Coca Cola and the abolition of Child Labor for that matter and more importantly can you actually shatter glass using sound did zoe pull it off by the way Cynthia you might not have realized this but this episode is dedicated to your mother glassmaker extraordinaire. Of. Glasswork on display in my house as we speak and I have at least five pieces of fused and stained Tama Graber, glass mom, this one's for you. What is glass? All glass everywhere in the world is at least seventy percent made of sand that's been melted down and it's mixed together in a way that the atoms don't have any kind of order them, and that's what gives rise to it being transparent. You've already heard from Zoe now it's time to meet our other two intrepid glass enthusiasts who will be inducting us into the mysteries of this material. This episode been Speiser journalist and author of a very enjoyable book called the World Grain, the story of Sand and how it transformed civilization and an Isa Ramirez, material scientist and author of another totally delightful. Book. Called the Alchemy of US humans and matter transform one, another Zoe and Isa and bins are all about glass. You cannot overstate how ubiquitous glass is and how important it is to the modern world in which we all live I'm just looking around the kitchen where I'm standing there glass bottles holding olive oil. There's glass windows they're glass fixtures around the glass lightbulbs to everything from you know salt shakers and I glass lenses to things like twenty ton telescope lenses in the world's most powerful telescopes. It's in the fiber optic cables that connect to the Internet fiber optic cables made it literally of Spun. Glass. So really without glass we wouldn't have modern civilization. So we've established that this miraculous foundation of modern civilization is made of melted down sand with a few other ingredients thrown in but to go back another step, and this is a strange question but what is sand and is all sand the same thing? The Word San means just any small pieces Greens right of any hard substance so sand can be. Anything, you know it can be flint it can be courtside anything any kind of stone but the most common form of sand. Most of the sand in the world is courts, which is silicon dioxide and to make glass. That's what you need. You need court sand and you need a specially high security court sand. This seems very fortunate. You need court sand to make glass, and that turns out to be what most of the sand is primarily because courts is so hard that it just outlasts all the other rocks is they're all getting ground down together. You do still have to clean the courts end. Up a bit and get out the last remaining impurities and you have to add a few other ingredients to lower the melting temperature of quartz, and then you heat it up, you need a huge amount of heat. So while I like one, thousand, seven, hundred degrees Celsius which mostly in Fahrenheit I mean it's over three thousand degrees Fahrenheit based bloody hot. Eventually the sand melts and then it re congeals and a weird thing happens when it turns into a solid again, courts is a crystal but glass is not what a weird structure because it's not a crystal crystals are actually made up of atoms arranged like soldiers. In rows but glass is sort of like picture of kindergartners at resets, atoms are all over the place, and so that's what makes it unusual but it's that chaos in the arrangement of atoms that actually gives rise to it having the property of transparency.

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Rob Kardashian poses shirtless in pool selfie

Colleen and Bradley

01:46 min | 10 months ago

Rob Kardashian poses shirtless in pool selfie

"Rob Kardashian shows off massive weight loss in shirtless poolside photos. I say that with emphasis because shirtless is spelt in all caps, And if you know how to read the Internet, That means they're shouting at you. They're yelling at you, and they want you to know how very shirtless he it's like Rob Kardashian is Julie Andrews in the sound of music and Instead of spinning on the mountaintop. He is swimming in the pool shirtless. How excited the hills are alive with the sound of Rob Kardashians back. And here's the thing Calling. There's like this headline is just like is just beyond pathetic and so distracting. For a number of reasons, but what I'm going to start with the actual picture that Rob Kardashian shared of himself. It is a selfie. That he took in the pool that's cut off at the neck. You can see his shoulders. You can see his shoulder and he is I can confirm. He appears to be shirtless appears, you know he could be wearing some kind of gusset. That's true. He could be wearing those air. Very fashion forward or some kind of, you know, a skims a man's there. Yeah. Just wait there Going skims line is going to start with, uh, with the bro. Oh, yeah, seared it. It's only a matter of time. But this isn't this isn't mean anything. Well, congratulations. Rob's going swimming in Palm Springs. It's hot. He's probably not going to wear a shirt also saying the fact that before with quote unquote fat, Rob Would the Rob Kardashian that was shunned away from the spotlight because, oh, goodness, he could not be looked at because he was so hideous. Well, now he's just shirtless, and he's ready to be robbed ability dated it just

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"Here's the thing. Julie Andrews may be known the world over for her portrayal of two very proper nannies. I appreciate Christopher plummer in the sound of Music and Dick Van Dyke in Mary poppins but her films are also wholesome with her second husband. Director Blake Edwards. She made films like Viktoria but even early on she did film the challenged her squeaky clean image. I don't mind making enough to a scoundrel. But I I think immoral to marry one. The Americanization of emily was a comedic war-drama and also a love story. Although I've I've always felt that I wasn't the perfect girl for that role. I am so glad that I made that movie because it did stop to some degree that very saccharin image that I've shooting in Americanization of them there's no music and you're not this squeaky clean woman your woman. Let trying to be as you are. Take by word for your and your glamorous leading lady in the wonderful film with Jim Garner did you find your way just as comfortable. Did you miss the music. Did you didn't didn't miss it but I have to say that ultimately the music and musical makes to me of vast difference I mean. I made mini musicals after that under the joy of doing the film with music. ONSCREEN is just well. It's your filled. I mean think of it. You know Whenever there's at a huge orchestration a wonderful song just fill? I don't sing and I don't do musicals but I'd say with comedy people say what's The difference I say well you you would imagine if the same with the musical where a musical or comedy is fun and the drama is challenging. Is that assert that doing a comedy as far harder than doing a huge row because you never know if people will think it funny. But that's speaking from his riders point of view as well as well as being direct. So when you're done with Americanization Emily where do you go. Then the sound of music you come back to you sound of music. And when does the Oscar for Mary poppins come before giving your shooting sound of music. Yes you're shooting the next movie. That's going to be the next big thing so in your career without any win the Oscar and when you win the Oscar give us one sense of how you felt when you want. Actually I felt you know. How old were you when you wouldn't Academy Award? God you had to ask our young woman. Maybe thirty I don't know. Twenty nine was my calculation. You twenty nine. Thank you thirty years old new winning and academy ask then which was which was hard back then. Well here's the thing I felt somewhat unworthy of it and I'll tell you why because there was such a sort of building outrage that I hadn't gotten the part of my fair lady on film that I thought my Oscar was a token couldn't of our pocket. Let's give her the Oscar there is compensatory. It's exactly and I felt it was almost ridiculous and I didn't show it for many years. I assume when you went back to the set of the sound of music. It having just one just curious if everybody you know if view bigger trailer that you went giving chain no. I don't think so things change for you. Well from then on with the success of poppins and particularly after the sound of music was made then it was probably one of the busiest times in my life because then then as You well know Alec then you get the press agent and you get a manager and you get this and you get that and everybody wants to know oh a piece about you very often not not always certainly but from my vanish point musicals are shot a a certain way with a kind of a kinetic energy to the camera and so forth and what I love and what I always notice about sound of music when I see it periodically realistically is it Robert. Why Charlotte Drama Yeah? It's beautiful shot beautifully funk. Yeah it is one of the last of the really great Hollywood musicals. The the technicians the people who built it the P seven brides. Yes exactly what was wise like. He was kind patient endlessly patient. He had a a watch. Fob Watch which he took out right and rubbed like what are their stones that you you know like a stone. That's comforting. But he taught me a lot taught me to be still on film. Because you know when you're yes and hugely in close up if your eyes are darting from your clients come to you well I. I don't know about that but he did say just chill down in a way you know and I and he was not chill down. Just be still do us. Yeah Yeah and then he let me also do the things that I felt. I wanted to do like the thrill all the excitement. Or the fact that the Captain Mantra wanted me to stay in that kind of just bubbles up and he let that happen. This is such a bad boy quality to Chris. He's he's such a he's so bad. I worship Chris and I did a television movie with him. I'll never forget I go see him. I'm do King Lear Lincoln Center and a bunch of us. Go downstairs to his dressing room. And he's in the Big Star dressing around Lincoln Center and we're waiting in this anteroom and he comes out his hair slicked like becky just took a shower in the bathroom. And he has a little cravat around his neck and he walks up to assimilate just an lear for three hours and he walks up to us just like he'd been playing tennis. Anyone like a Sherry now. We're GONNA have a party mattress. Just incorrigible is and you know for a long time He put down the sounds. He thought that he was doing something that he shouldn't be doing. You can tell but later. He really acknowledges acknowledges ups what it means to people. Well yes not only that but what it meant not to his career but to him as a human being he realized that he could give so much pleasure that it you know and that's a huge huge S.. Do you have a favorite musical number from sound of music. That's hard I do. I have a song. That's my favorite. But it wasn't mine that's all it was adl vise. I'll tell you. Why should rogers had this phenomenal gift for for writing utter simplicity? Think of Oh what a beautiful morning in data the data that eat them now reversing data that at at You know totally really simple. But with a wonderful lyric it becomes a magical song and over a beautiful morning was like that and Edelweiss was like that utterly simple and I suddenly realized that it's about anybody's homeland not just about Austria Austria being the homeland for this particular movie must have done something good as my favorites it really. It was one of the last songs that were written. And I think he photographed moment. and Oh yeah and that that is phenomenal favor the moment of that. Yeah Oh my God. I wish I had hours and hours to tell you because we because we get the love story and the singing films. Yes where in this period period of time does your first marriage end. Probably what film after one phone toward the middle of the sound Casella music that affect your work in the film. It made me very sad very sad because I didn't want I'm is interesting. I only ask because it's interesting how you see. You're watching the film this person's going through soon location and being lonely and but also you know I had my beautiful awful daughter and what was I doing that. It wasn't that there was anybody else or anything like that. It was just it was just Tony and I will have remained thank. Thank God Friends to this day he is my one of my dearest friends and always will be and we both feel that ways is the same thing about you does he. Of course I mean he's amazing talented. Now Oh what was it like to work with. Hitchcock even dined together. Because people always say to me you know wh what is something in your career that you that excites you when I save not a whole lot in terms of movies because what I wanted to do You know if I how to wish I'd rather make a movie with Bogart or hitchcock. Hitchcock was lovely. He was a little dismissive of the script. A little dismissive of his act is because that was his reputation taciturn. No no more in hitchcock's mind he'd already conceived an almost shot the film so that's true. Yeah the pre production team was was far more important and once conceived his shots shots. He felt that the rest was all just hear. The actors will do their thing and and I know what I want to him. It was about audience silence manipulation and also you know he he would say to me. Come look at what I've done. I've made a Mondrian. He would say Mondrian Rian Painting and he would make me look through the camera and indeed the background and two faces very close together and then in the background on this wonderful red white and Pastel coloring. And he said isn't that a more ground back and I said yes indeed it is thank God I knew what he was talking about Having been married to Tony He loved doing things at that turned him on and then he did love his leading ladies he did powers with with newman very sweet very sweet and he but but as far as the script was concerned he said say anything you want because we would say that's a little dip you. We'll say what you feel like. I didn't care. One felt somewhat abandoned by that but this was late in his career very late. And when you think about early hitchcock movies they they were written by phenomenal Talents can you think of the Bergman films that he did or just any of them. You know Jimmy Stewart and so on. But this wasn't this wasn't as exciting a movie but he was far far more interested when I knew him in making the audience so scared and then suddenly laughing newman like to work with you. Lovely Yeah Oh he was the he was a deer he he coined a phrase raise about me. which did my career a great deal of good? He said she's the last of the really great broads he said and it stuck. Thank Heavens Adams and boy. Did that help at that time. I can tell you well you and he have something in common. which is that if you become incredibly famous? You don't stop seeking you'll stop trying trying you know Newman's great performance comes years later in his career when he does the verdict. Where did you meet Blake?.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

13:45 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"It's Alec Baldwin here. We're going to take the next couple of weeks off. And we thought we would reach into our archives and give you one of our favorites that we released in January. I have two thousand fifteen who better to celebrate the holidays with than the one the only Julie Andrews this is Alec Baldwin. And you're listening to. Here's the thing my chance to talk with artists lists policy makers and performers to hear their stories. What inspired their creations? What decisions changed their careers? What relationships influenced their work purely Andrew? There's a.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Pressured to be as good good. A Momma's I could because I was aware of that. Say other people in the business who had issues with family and work and their children did suffer. And I didn't want that I wanted us to be a family and of course it was doubly hard because sadly my first marriage ended -TUNI- although it still great great friends and finally I remarried Blake Edwards the film director. Rector and I was making a new family as well Emma but what was it like for you when I you had a blended family with two siblings things from Blake Edwards first marriage and then two adopted children and I mean let's face it. They're your mother's time was divided among more children. It was and my time was divided between both my parents as well so I who were living off the coast opposite coasts exactly or even I mean there were years when we were living in Europe and my father was in New York. My father is always in New York and So so I spent the school year with my mother and Blake and my my step brother and sister and then my younger sisters and all of this summer vacations and Christmas and Easter vacations. Nations and school breaks with my father and my stepmother and my step sister And they were very different households. They were they were very different cultures. They were in different cities and it was an interesting experience. I found quite often that while I was traveling between Homes On the airplane. Let's say I would go through a process of away adapting myself into to the daughter that I needed to be fit into that house. It's not it's not painful. It just was what it was. It was like okay now. I have to be the daughter that is hip to New York. And you know the theater scene and all of that and now I'm going back to California or I'm going to London or Switzerland and I have to adapt to being the the other daughter the school based daughter and the daughter in the larger family and so forth it was it was interesting Julie Andrews. You're a professional as a child. You toward with your mother and stepfather in their Vaudeville Act. you're early in your early years. Were during World War Two and then you toward in their Vaudeville Act so you were and then you were making more money than they were and then you ended up you ended up being top billed and the Lacked because you are such a great singer but you know you're working you're the earner in the family when you're when you're just a stage Radin I think one of the reasons but I really enjoy it when I'm working because I've worked my entire life. I mean to the to the point where I really wasn't attending being school. I had to have a tutor that came and worked with me but I really I would love to have attended university and I had very rarefied and Robert Pitiful education in a way my mother said to me. Oh you'll get a much better education from life out there and to certain certain extent I did but I was always scrambling to catch up on on history or things that really fascinated me. Julia started psycho analysis. Alice's after you were in a committed relationship with Blake Edwards and I can't remember this is before or after you are. You are actually married but basically the way you described before when you start at psychoanalysis it's like a dam opened up I mean you just started like weeping and I'm wondering if you felt you had to hold in a lot of feelings and just be strong and not show any vulnerability because one you grew up during the war years. You were living in London during World War to when you were getting bombed all the time and you were going in and out of bomb shelters you blowing a whistle and literally warning people when the planes were when you were a child. And then your child in your touring with your parents and Vaudeville performing and the show must go on no matter. What so did that kind of teach each you to just like hold everything in? Yes absolutely whatever it was that I'd been being stiff upper lip about in my in my youth and I did take care of most of my family in every sense financially and emotionally because we were the my stepfather wisdom alcoholic and it was not an easy situation. But we want something else you. Yeah I mean another thing as we we talked about this during our first interview Your stepfather When he would get really drunk he could be abusive and he was drunk a lot? Yes a couple of times. He came into your bedroom and tried to kiss. You go further than that. But that's Harry late. I don't know how. Yeah I I mean whatever. Measure of decency was left in him when he was You know Drunk he refrained from going any further but it was pretty scary and it could have been just disastrous. But I was very fortunate in the sense that I survived all that but there was a lot that I needed to sort out in my head and the failure of my first marriage which hurt a lot and I wasn't sure shore about anything and I was it. The wonder is that my wonderful therapist suddenly realized that what I craved. Probably more than anything was in education and so being a Merlin like personality. He decided to give me one and I got so many any answers in terms of some of the things in life that I needed to learn and it was a phenomenal experience for me so Blake Blake Edwards became your husband but he also directed you in several films. He directed you Sob a satire of a a Hollywood in ten which was a romantic comedy Victor Victoria about midlife crisis. MIDLIFE crisis for the men yeah. I'm Victor Victoria which you played a woman impersonating a man in drag. He saw you really differently. Then the preconception that people of of I guess having having me as a wife and are sleeping together and being a great but we were married married for what we knew each other forty four years before he sadly passed away but he was somebody that new me very very well and I think I knew him very well. This was a marriage that lasted and it was complicated and wonderful and quite quite magical at times and he was the most mercurial talented attractive man and It was quite an experience -perienced to be married to Blake Edwards. Believe me but I mean just getting back to him directing you you were topless in one scene. One of his films There's a lot of like gender Gender Style Vittoria so It's very daunting Terry when your husband says in a love seeing that you're doing with your leading man on camera his. That's fine but I I know you can do it. Bet that's rather difficult in the the film studio when you're filming it. I WanNa thank you both so much for talking with us. Julie Andrews Emma Walton Hamilton. Thank you thank you we. We are such great great fans of Yes we are to talk to you all thank you so much. It's really been my pleasure to talk with you. Both Julie Andrews and her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton and collaborated on Andrew's new memoir called homework. Fresh air weekend is produced by Teresa Madden. Fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller Miller. Our Technical Director and engineer is Audrey. Bentham our interviews and reviews produced an edited by salad from this Myers. Roberta shorrock Sam Berger Lauren Crenshaw a highly soman moves eighty Seth Kelly Andro Wolfram Molly Seavy Nesper as our associate producer of digital media. I'm Terry Gross..

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air

"With songs. They in my guests are Julie Andrews and her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton who collaborated with Andrews on her second can memoir called homework which was just published translated. Emma is the daughter of the woman known for being the most perfect governesses imaginable. Mary poppins and Maria in the sound of Music Andrews. I memoir was about growing up in London when it was being bombed during World War. Two when the war was over over she became part of her mother and stepfather's Vaudeville Act and went on tour with them eventually becoming the star of the act. Then it was onto Broadway where she starred in my fair lady and camelot the new memoir which covers the years. Nineteen sixty three to eighty six begins when she moves to Hollywood to start work on Mary. Republicans just a few months. After Emma was born in addition to describing her movie career. She writes about her marriage to set and costume designer. Tony Walton Emma's father and her second marriage to Blake Edwards who directed Andrews in several films including Darling Lily the Pink Panther strikes again. Ten and Victor Victoria. The book is also about being a mother to Emma. The two children from Blake Edwards first marriage and the two Vietnamese Children Andrews in Edwards adopted Emma Walton. Hamilton has co written thirty two books with her mother. Mostly children's books along with her husband. She Co founded the Bay Street Theatre Company in Sag Harbor Long Island which he co directed for Seventeen Years Julie Andrews Emma Walton Hamilton. Welcome to both of you. And congratulations on the book. I really enjoyed it since the book begins. Julie with you going to Hollywood to make Mary poppins and I say it begins. This is after the opening chapter. Which is some love the first part of your life that you told your first Moammar? So let's start with you going exactly. Let's start with you going to Hollywood after Walt Disney saw you on Broadway Broadway musical camelot. He's asked you to star in Mary poppins but you had just gotten pregnant with Emma. So what did you tell him. Well I told him just that Terry I said Oh Mr Disney. It's wonderful. Thank you so much for the invitation to come hear the music and and see your wonderful the designs and drawings but I'm afraid I'm pregnant and he said Oh that's okay we'll wait and I didn't realize of course at the time having never made movie movie and I'd been to Hollywood to visit but only once worked there on a television show but Certainly had ever made a movie so I had no idea the Dow Long pre-production on a movie takes he said Okay Able weight and he did and nine months later or ten months later when Emma was born we my first husband Tony Walton. I traveled to Hollywood and were welcomed into the heart of the Disney studios and lovely people and couldn't have been more spoiled. The amazing thing is that My husband at the time. Tony Walton. who was a designer was asked by Walt to bring his designs with him so he could see them and when he did see them he hired Tony on the spot to do the costumes and the interiors mostly of Mary poppins the film talk about phenomenal Nominal break for this married couple with a new baby. And and the job for both of us and Tony Got a wonderful Limb Him Academy Award Nomination for that. So how many months after you give birth. Did you have to start rehearsing dance scenes. Well we did you know all the rehearsals for for the choreography and for The PRI recording the had to be done of the songs and costumes had to be fitted it was about three months before we traveled to Hollywood and then about four or nearly five. I think before we actually began and shooting. Did your body feel ready because it's a very it's a very physical role also considering you were flying yes well it. It didn't feel ready. I mean having just had a baby took me a while to get in shape the way I felt I should be. There was an enormous amount of action action in every way it would work out every day and and of course as I said they were the dance to loan which were pretty active. And I didn't feel ready but I guess I was Emma. Let's bring you into the conversation. Do you remember the first time you saw Your mother in Mary poppins what I remember. Terry one of my earliest memories is not actually seeing the film but being in Department Store in a children's clothing section of a department store and I think I was about three years old and it must have been right around the time. The film came out because it took so long in post post production after the film was shot for them to finish all the special effects and so forth in the animation and I was with my nanny at the time and they had set up a display four. Mary poppins in the Children's section of the department and they were all these life-sized cardboard cutouts of my mom. And I remember pointing to them and saying look. There's mummy and then suddenly becoming aware of two women who were shopping in the department next to us saying to one another. Isn't that sweet. That little girl thinks her mother is Mary poppins and I was like but but it but she's that's her that's my mom you know and I think that was the first first time I understood that my mom's job was perhaps a little different little public. Yes Emma what was it like for you to know the people who like worshiped your mother because of the movies and I'm talking about when you were young and you were a child yourself and they thought of your mother as you know Maria area in the sound of music or Mary poppins in Mary poppins as basically like the perfect governess who could like sued any child being any child world like see you know. See The the the silver lining of any cloud and and they knew how hot I was struggling Terry Korea. Yeah Yeah so so a m what was it like for you to see this like Hollywood version of of your of your mother's role versus like what was what was like in real life. Well it was it was challenging. Sometimes as as you can imagine a lot of times people would ask me questions or assume. Does she sing you to sleep at night and she always baffled me. You know certainly not those songs. Anyway you know one doesn't doesn't generally bring work home if one can help it and So if she when she sang to me it was usually you know English lullabies and old English songs from Vaudeville Days that you know harked back to her youth and later we moved around a lot because of course Because of her work taking her to various different parts of the world and so as a result I went to a number of different schools. I think I went to about seven different schools over the cross of the course of my childhood and that was interesting because I finally found that if people found out who my mother was They would tend to sort of WANNA be friends in order to get an invite over to the house kind the thing so I learned to hide behind the name Walton. which was I which is was my maiden name? His father's name for as long as I possibly could ed so as to cultivate. Hopefully some real friendships before any of the other stuff became. It's our so sad reality. I know it was. It wasn't sad actually was all you knew really it just was what it was and and the truth is mom was very very family. As as people people who read the book. We'll see you know. Family means everything to her You know she was a mom through and through through at home and always made an effort to get up and make breakfast for us before school in the mornings even if she had a full day at the studio or was night's shooting and in a really worked hard hard to create a family routine and atmosphere at home That was real and normal and separate and apart heart from all the other stuff of Hollywood so it was a bit of a contrast to what people I think imagined and films episodic therefore you that was a cute work sometimes and then some long periods between a movie When was just home and being mum? uh-huh did you feel Julie Andrews. Did you feel pressure to measure up to Mary poppins to Maria in the Senate to be perfect to be a solution into your children's problems not not all at Tehran. I'm far from that but but I did feel.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

16:38 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I'm Terry Gross. With fresh share today Julie Andrews and her daughter Emma Walton Hamilton. They Co wrote Julie Andrews New Memoir about her Hollywood Years Julie Andrews started working on Mary poppins just a few months. After Emma was born. M I remember being with her nanny in the Children's section of a department store and seeing promotional materials sales for the film including life-sized cardboard images of her mother. And I remember pointing to them and saying look there's mummy and then suddenly becoming aware of two women who were shopping in the department next to us saying to one another isn't this that little girl thinks her mother is Mary Pop uh-huh and we feature our interview with Danny Ilo. Who Played Sow a pizzeria owner and do the right thing? I O died Thursday at age. Eighty six with my guests are.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

Next Question with Katie Couric

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"To this insane story she tells everybody loves you there's so many people here at the show that dressed extra nice today today because of you every everybody you knew i was coming yes no i'm talking about people that work here everybody was really excited that's on the so we actually have known known each other a long time ages yeah i think it was like ninety one or so i was i hung out at your very young yeah i remember you usa come round to the house yeah we'd have dinners and awful lot i remember that yes well you know i was a huge fan of yours and your husband blake edwards and i just couldn't believe that i was hanging out with these two it was it was really cool so i haven't seen you since blake passed so no no it's great to see you again because a long time he we're both huge stars and this was the sixties and seventies and there must have been some wild l. parties i mean what i wanna hear like what only about yes stop right here like what is the wildest thing that happened during because the two who of you must have gone to link crazy parties in the sixties and seven no we didn't really we didn't actually go out an awful lot ellen but when when we did it wasn't too crazy there was one party that actually was manufactured for the movie ten and ah i think my character inten had to look through a telescope and see that my boyfriend's sweet dudley moore with in fact invading a neighbor's house where they were having an orgy and and i must say there was a day when blake was shooting the orgy and and he said jewelry you've just gotta come on over here it's an unbelievable sight so i went dashing over of course i did and ah what blake had done was hired awful other people who really have very at ease doing orgy films i guess i walked in and everybody was stark naked and lying around very happily and casually treating it totally normally and there was sweet sweet dudley in the middle of it all and you know he wasn't very very tall and blake put him between two enormously statuesque tsk ladies and he was completely naked and these two ladies were naked but they're bums were up here so sweet my god so you know god bless her nickel for every time i walked into an says nichols if anybody ever called call me and went hey get over here yeah i'd be there carol from spill the t. true that fake knee run all of a sudden exit one hundred twenty eight degrees did you know that forcing matic is a natural superfood company that specializes in mushroom based drinks that benefits are immunity energy longevity and they help us live healthier more enhanced lives for sigmatic makes a wide.

"julie andrews" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"Now now and start streaming all this great content today kev withdrew we talk about i should we talk about julie andrews in the orgy i'm oh my gosh i mean it seems like seems like a holiday sweeps on podcasts or julie andrews film micon film legend hollywood legend and one of ellen's we've just fell us all out to hang out with her house malibu so here's the thing so we have julie the andrew on the show and as we get ready for julie andrews we go all right well we've got to find stuff to talk to julie andrews about that ellen will be interested in because this will break a few of your hearts but like i'm a huge mary poppins ellen didn't have the same nostalgia for mary poppins or sound so we're like oh what's it gonna be what's it going to be and so so we we bring the segment into her this is what we think we're going to talk to julie andrews about seventeen years in ellen tells us oh i used to hang out at our house all the time in malibu so we pretty much feel we've heard not all of ellen stories but a lot of we've we've pretty much thought we knew her whole life at this point right yeah but no we don't we did not we did not know this at all and it made the interview interview so different and so lovely where there were like two old friends to catch up it was really cool it was a little mother daughter like you were so young julie andrews goes you used to come to the house with my daughter and you were so young yeah it was really sweet really sweet i loved it and when ellen on what does connect them is ellen was a big fan of blake edwards choose now late husband elwin was a big fan of his work pink panther yeah yeah she really loved him so so at eighty four years old yes so hilarious and listen to this insane story she tells everybody loves you there's so many people here at the show that dressed extra nice today today because of you every everybody.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"Of the best moments from the show and it's going to be hosted by four executive producers that i love happy be listening every thursday everybody and welcome to l. an on the go on today's episode of ellen on the go the legendary julie andrews tells us about visiting an orgy you heard heard me i know what wo- brie larson wants a free subscription to disney plus and wait to hear why we're going to talk a wonderful as a couple that gets a surprise wedding gift they they deserve also today eric stonestreet gets some of our i mean we've scared him a lot and these are the best most areas scares we've ever done poor guy welcome into the podcast everybody i'm mary connolly everyone i'm coming in the second i'm edward patrick and i'm andy lasts ner president of indian friends welcome loud hello welcome to my lets small band of all happy thanksgiving every given of a love that we all came in on thanksgiving day to do this just i think our fans are that important to us that we all took a break for thanksgiving meals i promise you that's why my pants around a button happy thanksgiving everybody before senate sweet monday morning that said some personal news i've just had a way it wasn't great struggling in that area but the important thing is i am very thankful for the three of you been together for seventeen years using this show for ellen degeneres and easy and it's insane when you think about it we are in our seventeen season working together what a life a lot of partnerships last seventeen days alone seventeen years so it's amazing raising we've lasted longer than a lot of hollywood marriages i'm fairly certain my wife will leave me before you guys do on this thanksgiving i want to say you guys are my family as well and i'm very grateful for all three very sweet and yet i feel exactly the same way it's it's quite special in rare that you get get to work with people that you care so much turn an employee's being with his much agree enjoy and you know i know it's a thanksgiving tradition that ellen ellen in porsche always tuned into their favorite podcasts ellen porsche they watched the parade yeah watch the parade thanksgiving they like the broadway when they stop into the broader down on herald square then then they'd like to drive around and listen to podcasts and so i'm guessing guessing their list that's what she's doing today so well so happy thanksgiving illinois porsche thankful for you and all of our listeners actually actually we're like it's not lost on us that you could be doing anything and you're listening to this and probably should be right if you are listening to this it might be time to examine and what's happening in your life be perfect you know could be a perfect way to avoid family everyone not everyone has agreed family situation you know family can be complicated and family can be if you're with family great and if you're not for whatever reason consider us your family right yeah yeah i'm over ooh yeah but like i'm not homeless fantasy can complicated can do that and but yes seventeen years together which is unbelievable you know it's a miracle yeah yeah it's a miracle we're all still together it's a miracle i mean i wouldn't say miracle but it's it's amazing that every time i've gone to ellen to fight for your jobs and say please don't get rid of them being able to convince her what families do for each other ahead remember a meeting or in the early going i'm going to say season to maybe let me season three where an executive who was in charge of overseeing much of what happened in our lives had us in a room with the executive pictures and said the following we need one plus one plus one to equal more than three right yeah and and basically they were saying we weren't doing enough right basically they were saying we're doing real bad job listen this was before kevin was in the upper ranks three the three that he was critical of kevin is really spared those painful year just three this person was critical of was that marinate marian and i remember us leaving that in going back to our office and going i'm not sure we can make one word i'm not so sure that's a trick right we're pretty good and yet i'm not sure that's something we can do ten years later here we are seventeen years later we have you know what i would say is we work really hard we have a lot of fun we care about the people around us and we start every day and every decision by saying what is best rallying right that's what we do and we never go wrong doing the right occasionally it'd be all over.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Do you know you geek out about climate change. Just by going to a farmer's farmers market get to know the people that are growing your food and they love to talk to customers all that and more on. What's with Washington? Listen wherever you get your podcasts. Now we're back here. The rest of my conversation with actor Julie Andrews and her daughter ammo old hold tend to Hamilton together. They wrote the new book titled Homework At my Hollywood Year. Tell tell me how you actually met like at words that I meeting. I was new and beginning my therapy happy and I was driving toward my appointment. One day cross sunset boulevard and Meridian in the middle of sunset. Very hokey hokey story And because of traffic Pulled up in the middle of the sent a Radian and car came the opposite direction and pulled up beside me and it was a very good looking Rolls Royce Hint Hint and I drove on and then two days later the same thing happened same car and then few more days later the same thing happened and finally the driver roll down the window and he said hello you going where I just came from and I smiled and said I suspect so and he said well. I'm Blake Edwards Woods and it's nice to meet you Miss Andrews and I hadn't realized that it had been blake and he was in therapy and had just finished his session session and I was just going to mine on the street where most of the doctors were in their offices. That's how we met very shortly after that that I think two or three weeks after that I got a call from his assistant saying could we possibly arrange a meeting because Mr Edwards head of film he'd liked to discuss Ha I know I was approached about possibly being in a film while I was in the sound of music of the the great race. But I couldn't do it because of timing I wish to making the sound of music and I I knew that I would love love to have worked with the great blake it words because I was a great fan of his work and ultimately you worked together as a wonderful couple who well seven movies and several specials on television and things that we did together I mean. It was is a very joyous collaboration and he was my love. He was charismatic. And and difficult man but but God he was my man. I loved him. I'm a difficult man. In what sense just difficult in that he had like six ideas day and who knew what which which one was going to just take off and become another movie or play or whatever he suffered from depression he occasionally he flirted eventually. Doing depression with drugs. Mostly calmed him. Because I think he was. He felt stress understandably so in in the industry the way it was in those days he was just complicated and charismatic. And I am a you can talk to some of that Ama- Emma. How did you and Blake get along? Well it was complicated. A Diane I was mom's daughter from a prior marriage marriage which I think sometimes stuck in his craw a bit I know he loved me and he had two of his own children from a prior marriage. As as well so we were a mixed family and eventually mom and Blake adopted my two younger sisters But you know it's interesting. We'd loved the other very much blake and I. We respected each other very much but we but it was complicated in that we often but it heads because you think you you did tell him the truth. Yeah I I have that terrible genetic predisposition to say does anyone else see the elephant in the middle of the and. He wasn't very fond of that at times. I think Julie Talents about your decision to adopt opt those two. Ab All's quite simply bacon. I hoped to have more children We were not getting getting lucky. In spite of having he had children from a previous marriage I had my lovely Emma but I think life is so complicated and with the pressure of making a new family. I just wasn't happily getting pregnant and it didn't matter we. We wanted children and I think it was a very political time. You know the the war in Vietnam is escalating coming to a close children. Children were in desperate need. Seemed like an appropriate thing to do to adopt from Vietnam and it was a quick adoption and some friends of vows had also adopted new good agency so we wrote off and asked if we could take a child and within nine eleven months or so. Our first daughter arrived at five months old and then literally within three months Our second daughter arrived left while who was two months old because Saigon did fall and or Hokey Min city did fall. And if we hadn't gotten another another child quickly she would been stuck there. And so we took a amy and Joe and they became our Babes and part of our family family and then now I mean it's forty something years later now on their groom ladies at my. You haven't talked about how you've of help your mother right this book talk about that if it well it. This is book number. Thirty two of our collaborations. If you you can believe it Diane. Most of which have been children's books yes But we did we did collaborate on MOMS I memoir And this one picked up where that one left off and my role in both cases was relieved to facilitate the process of her being gable to tell her story as best. I could and I shouldn't have done it without Diane. What he's doing? I mean what what I mean is In both cases we've started with my building timeline from which to work and essentially a very detailed time line of all the events in her life and the the the various things that happen on different days and in different parts of the world and each step of the way As we would come to another event in the timeline. I'm Lyn I would say talk to me about you. Know recording such and such or talk to me about filming this scene on such and such a day and so we did a great. We live interviews together which we recorded and then had transcribed and used those transcripts as some of the roots of the the narrative and then I I also had the privilege and the ability to read all of MOMS diaries and journals and and so in the reading of those I was able to pull out the sections that seemed important for us to discuss and to consider incorporating into the into the manuscript whether in retailing form or as a direct excerpt and then we began the big biting and then yeah and that gave us the bare bones owns and then from there. We began the revision process together. which which was just re reading and rereading and editing and revising an L. listening researching so so that's right as we went and photographs to articles and thank God for the Internet as well? which when we weren't sure sure about something Provided some answers you come to a very simple conclusion about your life. It the end of the book and I so identify with you feel so lucky I do do I do. I'm the lucky lady that was asked to make those movies. I'm the lucky lady that Scott my sweet Emma my side when I write and All my other lovely kids and life has been expanded roared Mary. It's been as I say in the book. It's been a a lot of homework and that had a lot of homework that I've had to do on myself to adjust to it all but that all has been such such a gift that I feel was given to me and we all get opportunities in life. I've been I've had so many. Will there be a third book from Your Lips to to book buyers years Diana I think there are certainly certainly more stories to tell and The this book took us two and a half years to right so we it would mean another couple of years commitment on arts the daunting prospect the point but in deed at this point Julie you are eighty four m eighty three. Let's let's just keep going. Well yes I think I still feel I want to. And I'm still so stimulated stimulated and curious about things as you obviously are Diane thank God and life is still very very interesting complicated these days with the world the way it is but in but nevertheless I think the best we you can do is raise our kids to be good citizens and and help them to be able to vote wisely and sensibly and and just pray for them and their future and try to make it a better place where all the beauty of it is that you two are so oh lucky to have each other. I think we recognize that we do. I have a sign in my house over my door.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Was a little bit sloppy unfortunately sort of world forward and back toward my lap happen then slumped forward again and went straight into the air conditioning of his rolls. Royce and I was mortified Mike very generously and kindly thought hilariously funny and I said Mike. You're beautiful truffaut car. And he said no no no it can be clean. I promise you and he did get it cleaned up the only trouble being that the next guest in the car when he turned attend on the air conditioning received a face full of custody of rents. Julie ever make trifle. Oh for you not anymore. Never never again. I'm a running. I think that experience might have scarred her for life. I I can't Cook Diane. I try very hard. I do good breakfast. Somebody makes terrific scrambled eggs. Yeah I'm a good breakfast queen and pancakes and things like that but I am not a happy cook. I'm very insecure. And it's difficult to be a good cook when your husband is a very good cook who can improvise diamond I was very intimidated by a quick break when we come back more from Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton..

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"julie andrews" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Say was reluctant. Maybe just a test a twinge of nervousness would be probably a better description that this too was a role about a nanny and somebody who cares you for a group of children and that the musical of the that I'd seen on Broadway of the sound of Music Zik much as the music itself was glorious. I worried that the story might be just a Tad Saccharin In terms of all the themes involved in that story him you know the countryside them Alps the nuns. The kids added to the music. The and it's a love story and it also has stories about the war is looming and I just hoped that if I why did I mean I wanted to accept it and was advised of course to accept it and that I could make it as stringent as possible to to it kind of not wallow in the more Syrupy Aso's sweet aspects and make it real real story and I think doc happily Robert Wise Director and obviously lovely Christopher plummer helped so much and felt exactly the same way. Now during those films you are Raising Ama- Emma is a baby girl and you feel. Your marriage is slipping away. What was happening? Oh it too much probably so much work so much time away from Tony and such lock preoccupying both of us. Because Tony's career had blossomed as well well as mine and he was not only all over America back in England and he just exploded in his own way into the world of of art and design. I mean we'd been friends for great many years so it it. It first seemed very simple. That being apart from time to time was pretty normal but then it did take its toll. Alas and eventually we. I don't know one of the most sad days of my life was when Tony and I divorced but felt necessary and it wasn't because at that time there was anybody else in the running. It was just something that seemed right at the time. So at the recommendation of your friend might nichols else. You Start Psycho analysis. What was that like for you? He didn't recommend it as much as I watched the Mike who who wasn't in therapy and and had been for years and and friends of mine who also were in therapy and I knew one or the two very special psychoanalyst's one of whom was a great friend and little by little the importance of sorting out my own head and getting rid of what I would call just the garbage and the clutter and sticking with the essentials cels seemed to be to be really important. I liked what I saw In people who had had the clarity of having been psychoanalyze and I wanted it for myself Diane would use say it helped you a great deal. Oh I would say it helped in more ways I possibly describe yes It it cleared the clutter it. It helped me think in a more linear fashion. I think and hope that I'm a better. Mother was a better mother wife to Blake understood so so much more about my own family and my my own upbringing and put a lot him perspective and and provided a lot of compassion. To now I have to tell you that. The favorite all time desserts that I make in this be in English trifle. Okay you to tell the story of getting into Mike Nichols Old Rolls Royce with my life with your trifle. This is hysterical. Well didn't feel so hysterical. At the time I was mortified. I I knew that my liked trifle and that we were going to spend an evening together as friends we'd worked together and he was a great friend and I think we'd seen a film together or something like that and we were going to have suffer so I made Trifu Food and took it very carefully into the car Rolls Royce and his brand new Rolls Royce needed to say and and there we We took off and I showed in the trifle and said this is related and he suddenly braked the car. Because somebody crossed in front Ronda him and by trifle which was a little bit sloppy unfortunately sort of world forward and back toward my lap and then slumped slumped forward again and went straight into the air conditioning of his Rolls Royce and I was mortified. Mike Mike very generously and kindly thought hilariously funny and I said Mike You're beautiful car and he said no no no it can be clean. I promise you and he did get it cleaned up the only trouble being that the next guest in the car when he turned on the air conditioning reasoning received a face full of custody of rancid. Julie ever make trifle for you. Do not anymore never never again. I'm wrong and I think that experience might have scarred her for life. I can't Cook Ah Diane I try very hot. I do good breakfast. Somebody makes terrific scramble again. I'm a good breakfast queen and pancakes and things like that. But I'm not got a happy cook. I'm very insecure. And it's difficult to be a good cook when your husband is a very good cook who can improvise diamond. I was very intimidated by a quick break. When we come back more from Julie Andrews you send Emma Walton Hamilton.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"We miss you on the radio everyday we do you know. I think you'll believe that our listeners who may not have read the first book in the series this one called homework and the first cold home may not quite understand the extent of the difficulties. You had in your childhood can when you go over those for us. In retrospect it was a very unusual childhood in that My parents divorced I when I was quite young and my mother remarried and who was a at ten. He was a Canadian he was a singer. Very good ah ten of voice and I was about four or five. I guess when I finally went and joined them which meant splitting from my brother rather my brother went with my father my I went with my mother and to cut a very long story. Short my stepfather. Who was in a little scary to me? Very big big man with healthy appetite and so on decided to give me singing lessons to keep me quiet so to speak because the war had made my school shop down and I was underfoot and nobody knew what to do and I was probably being being a brat anyway. He when he started giving me singing lessons he discovered to my surprise to my mother. Surprise fries that I had this freak voice this really strong four or five octave range. That could do an amazing gymnastics and and and he very quickly transferred me to his singing teacher with whom I studied for many many many years and eventually at about age twelve what beckoned and I went out and traveled all over England endlessly and then gradually wondering what my life was going to be. Often Board Ville thinking that it was just quick flash in the PAN so to speak in the the success I had was gonNA fade. And then what would I do. And I suddenly was invited to go to Broadway and to do three shows the boyfriend and my fair lady and camelot and many television shows and things like that and suddenly from there I was asked to go to Hollywood and the first best film I ever made was Mary poppins and it indeed. You spend a great deal of time in the book talking about out marry poppins end about that sound of music. How ever or I do want to mention that for a long time I'm you were supporting. Your family owned the same time you were making a name for your cell l.. Phone that Vaudeville route. Well it was what it was at the time. I certainly didn't think it was that Huge I mean. The effort was temendous. But it didn't seem as tremendous as it did when I wrote about it in in in the memoirs so the first memoir goes into to the end of my time on Broadway and that's just called home as you said and then the second memoir begins when Walt Disney came and very kindly signed asked me to go to Hollywood but yes I did and undo from have for many years helped support I mean I just think that's what families do when they can but little children are rarely asked to support entire families. Which is what what you actually did? Yeah I was fortunate in that I guess I was the one that was making a little bit of money and so did what I could to help the family through India's. We were very very poor to start within the family difficulties. My Stepfather was an alcoholic and and my mother who played piano beautifully and should have been a concert. Pianist eventually became an alcoholic. Also so which was heartbreaking. You know what strikes me about the title of Your Book. He said for anyone who aspires to a Hollywood career. What you make very clear in this book is the amount of work that really you know? No accident that the book is called Homework because it is home has always resonated for me which is obviously Asli whether I was called home. Meaning what is home is it. How really home is it theater? Is it my singing. Is it music. It's all of it and then homework is really the work that I did a learning about Hollywood and learning about myself and yes when I began to write about it and look at those diaries that I kept suddenly the amount of work that I had dumb Came crashing through. And even I was surprised I mean what I took away from writing. This second memoir was Gosh. I guess I did work. Yeah I do wonder about your own reaction as you read about your the experiences through her diaries. Yes was an extraordinary experience. As you can imagine Diane of a tremendous privilege to be entrusted trusted with those diaries and to be allowed to take the journey of reading them. What was fascinating for me was to read them while remembering my own experiences of many of the same events from a child's point of view? And of course you know when I was a child. And let's just just say would visit mum on a film set. I would be thinking well. She's mom and she's grownup. grownups know everything and have all the answers and are on top of of it all but of course as an adult and apparent myself now of an adult child and an almost adult child. I now fully realized that we never feel we know it all and we never really feel. We're on top of it all and now you do now. I you know I read with great interest the moments of insecurity in my mom's diaries you you know as she was navigating her life as a young parent and as a young Artists in Hollywood if new wife and so forth and I had a great deal of empathy. the-in identification but also marveled at the contrast between the truth of that and my perception of it. As as a child when it happened happened the time tell us about Tony Walton. Well that's Emma's dad him. Yeah and he he is a dear friend still. I'm very happy to say. Oh come on. You can help this childhood sweethearts and That's I think that's the sweetest part of the story that he came from the same village. Yes what isn't it at age twelve over thirteen. That's right and he did become my best friend and a childhood sweetheart and and Thank Heavens because now we have this lovely daughter of mine. WHO's is the result of all that and you meet Walt Disney? Who sees you perform in camelot? That's right and at the same. Thank you time. He invites Tony to help with the rations years. Scenery and background background from Mary poppins and the costumes. Yes so both the first were hired by Mister Disney. That's the amazing thing about Walt Disney. His talent spotting talent was tremendous and and he saw instantly. How very very beautiful fool? Tony's designs were how smart and clever and it was. It was an instant decision which it takes a bit of doing I'm he obviously had as I say had a great talent for that kind of thing here. You were caring both who caring for infant Emma MMA and taking a crash course in film acting alongside Dick Van Dyke Brighton. Hollywood would all around us so to speak. It was a very interesting time and Dick van. Dyke was lovely and far more season that I was he. He's new what he was doing. And little by little I began to learn about the ways of how to make a movie. I mean I had no idea when I began. What was that like doing a musical for film? After you had been on Broadway daunting to say the least also if you think about it when you do a show on Broadway musical on Broadway or anything in the theater you are full figure all the time and you start at the beginning and finished the end of your story but in film it is broken up into many any many pieces. Like a jigsaw and assembled later and so you could be filming your first seen to be the middle of the movie or for the end of the movie or whatever and depending on the expense of the movie and and what the budget was and you'd have have to shoot all the scenes indoors in the House that say at one time and then all the exteriors another time and and on from there so I was learning in the case of film you hold the whole film in your head and have to know roughly where you hope to to be going and what you hope to achieve and then just pray with the help of a fine director that you end up where you'd like to beat we or somewhere in the ballpark and front Mary. poppins you go on into somewhat. Reluctantly accept the role a Maria in the sound of music. Why were you reluctant? I wouldn't exactly.

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"julie andrews" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"And thanks and high it Diane on my mind in every job that must be doc. There is an element of fun. Find the fun snap. The job's a game. Though gender accurate timely end Andrew a piece of cake the first two stool yet andrew slammed in Hollywood were. Mary poppins the full of sugar helps medicine. Maria hit the sound of music indeed a drop of Golden Sun Iconic characters that captured the hearts of children and adults in the nineteen sixties and still do today mornings and just like that Andrews became a star whose whose Hollywood career lasted for decades Andrews. New Memoir Homework gave US readers glimpse into her her life off screen and showcases the less glamorous a celebrity Julie Andrews Co wrote this Book Doc with her daughter and the Alternate Hamilton. I spoke with both of them. Hello Diane How oh you. I'm fine. Held wonderful to hear your voice and I'm sitting here with my sweet emmer and we're very delighted to be talking with you again. Hi Diane Voice. We miss you on the radio every day. Yes we do. You Know I. I think Julie that our listeners who may not have read the first book in series this one called home. I'm work and the first cold home may not quite understand the extent difficulties you had in your childhood. Hi Old Hood. Can you go over those for us. In retrospect it was a very unusual childhood in that My parents parents divorced when I was quite young and my mother remarried. A man who was a at ten. He was a Canadian. He was a singer very good at ten of voice and I was about four or five I guess when I finally went and joined them which meant splitting from my brother. My brother went with my father. My I went with my mother and to a very long story short My stepfather stepfather. Who was a little scary to me at very big big man with healthy appetites and so on decided to give me singing lessons to to keep me quiet so to speak because the war had made my school shut down and I was underfoot and nobody knew what to do and I I was probably being a brat anyway? He when he started giving me singing lessons he discovered to. My surprise is to my mother's surprise that I had this freak voice this really strong four or five octave range that could do an amazing gymnastics sticks and and he very quickly transferred me to his singing teacher with whom I studied for many many years and eventually at about age twelve delve. What royal beckoned and I went out and traveled all over England endlessly and then gradually wondering what my highlight was going to be off toward? Ville thinking that it was just quick. LOOK FLASH IN THE PAN so to speak in that the success I had was gonNA fade. And and then what would I do. And I seventy was invited to go to Broadway and to do three shows the boyfriend and my fair lady and camelot and many television shows and things like that and suddenly from there I was asked to go to Hollywood. You would and the first film I ever made was Mary poppins and it. Indeed you spend a great deal of time in the book talking about Mary poppins and about the sound of music. How ever I do want to mention that for a long time you were supporting your family this same time? You were making a name aim for yourself on that. Vote Bill Route. Well it was what it was at the time I certainly didn't think it was that Huge coming the effort was tremendous. But it didn't seem as tremendous as it did when I wrote about it in in in the memoirs so the first memoir I'm Wa goes until the end of my time on Broadway and that's just called home as you said and then the second memoir begins when Walt Disney and he came and very kindly asked me to Hollywood but yes I did and undo from you know have for many years helped support what I mean. I just think it's what families do when they can but little children are rarely asked to support entire families. Which is what you actually did? Yeah I was fortunate in that I guess I was the one that was making a little bit of money and so did what I could to help the family through because we were very very poor to start with a lot of family difficulties. My Stepfather was is an alcoholic and my mother who played the piano. Most beautifully in should've been a concert. Pianist eventually became an alcoholic. Also which was heartbreaking. You know what strikes me about. The title of Your Book said for anyone who aspires aspires to a Hollywood career. What you make very clear in this book is the amount of work that AH really go? Well it's no accident that the book is called Homework because it is home has always resonated to me. Ed which is obviously whether I was called home. Meaning what is home is it really home is theater. Is it my singing is it music It's all of it and then homework is really the work that I did learning about Hollywood and learning about myself self.

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Ep 83: Losing It to Lose You To Love Me - burst 2

Two Less Lonely Girls

23:26 min | 1 year ago

Ep 83: Losing It to Lose You To Love Me - burst 2

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now I but root like for the underdog and yeah so long she braid she is lives look in he's La the yeah underdog look she's at her she now a has Hottie lyrics lupus with a naughty body and she's she she got dumped and she she's her ex relapse got and married she just released immediately songs I after feel and like I else the fuck did she get dumped his or own did they leg truly break feel up do like I do did I do think they okay broke so the up first song I don't think that she got Selena dumped hit us doesn't craft matter was lose in you to love okay me that's the one that we it knew doesn't was matter coming because the one that she had I been promoing she shot lear- the entire I like to make woman it clear she didn't shoot us I she's believe on that the she won the the break the up the but entire by appearances video like it looks like just he kind did of a single yeah shot of so her on an iphone that's it's beautiful why I'm rooting for her that's because that's I'm like a testament no bitch to how you gorgeous did she is yeah I literally because just you looked are at not her fucking face dating for like three a minutes I was I'm totally sorry into just it in is a mess this song not to be set he me married on a spiral in your twenties so deep no one wins that when you get married and your one twenty no point one wins on when you're I married guess this and your was twenty s when unless you when live in the mid West near like you I know was crying and so there's hard nothing wrong in with the that middle you of live the in the night Midwest I well couldn't breathe there's nothing wrong with it and I guess I had I mean a I elevate would I would not myself stay there forever hospital style brought take all a trip using pj several triple pillows choices beautiful people want different things I get it yeah it beautiful depends but I mean like I don't know what it's like yeah to have so a neighbor with she obsessive lives in La compulsive she's disorder a Hottie because I with am a naughty body neighbor and right but I mean she I when when a song and comes she's out and I like it I put it on relapse and I listened and to she just it released at songs least fifty I feel times like in I a row full blast yeah so they already neighbor already truly how to deal feel with like me I did doing this okay so Katy the first Perry's song small that Selena talk hit last us craft week was this lose week you to it love was me that's the one it that was we knew on was Wednesday coming the one that she had been promoing it was she lose shot the entire you me woman she didn't and shoot then us she's yesterday on the it the the was the entire video caches like just raising kind of a how single 'cause we shot got hit of her with a on an iphone three it's new beautiful fucking that's that's a testament to how gorgeous track she yeah is I literally just looked certified at her fucking tunes face for like three minutes I was totally into I don't it know why you're 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my crying ex phase that was of my depression physically abusive for the past couple okay of weeks and now I'm in the and manic acting the out phase yeah feelings and so I get they excited came up over from that things because like Selena Gomez I remember songs that's it beautiful was so weird amped because up I was like yesterday I was I was I fueled by hated Canada's Raisin I was Hell like I all day don't I love WanNa that be I'm GonNa with this Listen person not today eh yesterday was my but I feel Selena lose you to empty love me okay without him I listened I felt to it like nonstop no one you know and I I also started listening feel to like it a little a bit on at least feeling Tuesday hatred feeling something and I was like into yeah it I felt yeah like but by Wednesday like I felt that Oh in this my is last all I breakup want to listen I to was almost like because we it was didn't so mutual it what did it come out it came out I on Tuesday still respect I'm him no and it came I out care before about him that but so I I was was like can you like throw frigid a couple me or of days something oh well just so I can yeah I was make like Nick I was just a little so I know scared who the bad guy and is now I actually but like can't listen this to was it very unless clear I'm in like a like safe place I was not supposed because to be with this and I don't know what I have I no think control over myself that's when what the song I comes heard on and yeah got from the song I don't is know like that I'm feeling sorry of like juuling refinding yourself after I feel like after aching someone else your here's whole world the thing is like that it's song reminds the most me so much rewarding of thing when I got out of my relationship and I with I the truly ex believe that that everyone was should physically spend abusive okay at least and a year the or more single feelings they came and up from let's that say because at least I see remember your more with someone it who was so is weird not treating because I you was well like I everyone hated should take care I was research like I just don't to WanNa be with toughen this person yourself up eh really appreciate but I feel a good relationship when you get it empty even a decent without him one yeah I I felt mean if like if no they say one thank you Oh you you know you'll and be I like can we get married feel like a at that's least feeling so hatred true in feeling her something it really is true out yeah I felt anyway like I I felt but that in yeah my last I heard breakup it and I was I like was almost like king because of that it was time so mutual because I still it respect was so him and I care intense about him so I was yeah like can you like throw I mean frigid I truly me or something made that just person so I can my whole world make I had like no idea the thing just so I I know didn't who the know bad what I guy liked is uh-huh but like I discovered this comedy was very after that clear relationship like I was is not you supposed know what to I be mean with this yeah and I I I think like bonded that's with what I Alabama heard and I got you from know the song everything is like that happened feeling of her like dog refinding not the band yeah yeah yourself and after not the certainly not the after state aching someone else your whole world but is yeah like so I felt like it's it was just the a most kind of an anthem rewarding more thing her then to Justin people and are like I oh it's I for Justin truly believe that and everyone it's like should no spend this is this at least is the a toxic year dump or more Ra single like that and it's let's say the at least stover see your more with someone who it's the leftover is feeling not treating yeah you well I'm like that's what it's not about John everyone this is a should song take for care her research celebrating just her to and what she toughen went through yourself like up coming out of the really ash appreciate right a good that's relationship what it does when have you get that it feeling even of a decent like one yeah I I mean if want if the experience they say thank you of Oh love you and you'll I'm be disappointed like can we get married I didn't get it but that's so it true doesn't in her but it really beyond is true that out there anyway is no that's I it that's but what I got yeah I from heard it it and I was yet like which is king I of don't that understand time why Haley because it was was so even upset intense about this because it's certainly yeah not like I want I mean you I back truly it's like made that person and my it whole world doesn't I had reference no idea her the in thing any I way didn't know like what this I liked we don't know uh-huh for sure I that discovered Haley was comedy upset about after it that relationship is I you mean know what I that's mean what yeah the fuck I in but that's what bloggers I like yeah but the bonded thing is it's with like Alabama they're all in their twenties I you know and we're everything in our thirties happened and we're still her sub dog tweeting not the band and yeah sub yeah instagram and storing not the people certainly like they're not definitely the state doing it you know but so Justin yeah Bieber so loves I felt and Internet like it was just fight a so kind of an anthem I'm more sure Haley her has then taken to a Justin page from that people are book like oh it's for Justin right and it's it's just like to me no it's not because this is the thing this was is the toxic it was all dump it was big news Ra like I that don't I don't think so it's I really think the she like stover well maybe it's I the mean leftover the song's feeling called yeah I'll kill I'm like that's you what it's not about John this walk is a song or for yeah her celebrating she put her an and what she Haley went put through it like up coming right out after of the ash this Selena right song that's was what released it does have that I feeling don't know of like it's just like I some want lyrics the experience like trying to of come love between and us I'm at disappointed won't end up I good didn't get it because I think but I think it Haley doesn't but beyond to me seems very that intelligent there and definitely is no the most that's it that's what I even got from it killed yet which is head I on don't her shoulders understand of beasts three why like Haley Selena verified was even psychopaths upset about this because it's certainly but like not like and I want so I you think back it's there's like always that and one it doesn't reference person her in in any way your like this we don't mates know for sure life that Haley was upset who about even it if I don't like them and they're I not in mean love that's with them what any the more fuck fires in but them that's up what in bloggers a way that makes yeah but you the thing is not it's like be they're able all to like in their control twenties them anymore and we're in our thirties and that's who and Selena we're still sub is tweeting to Haley and sub to instagram meet it clear storing people it's like like they're yes definitely I think doing just it indefinitely you know like loves Hayley so Justin Bieber more loves than HE LOVES and Internet fight SELINA so I'm BUT SELINA sure Haley RILES has taken a page UP in from a that way that book Haley he doesn't right and it's like just it's to still me it's not that feeling because like the thing when you're was a passionate person it was all that it hate was big is distraught news because I've I been don't I don't I'm think so I really I'm think a she like I'm a Selena well maybe so I mean I've the song's I've called been that I'll person kill that's you why walk like or yeah I was she about to put say that's an why Haley people fear put it me up right I mean after they they this do Selena though it's song just like was you have released to know this about yourself I don't know it's just like not it's some a lyrics it's a it's like a trying fun to come and between us bad at won't quality end at up the same good time because it's because like I I think would like I to think be friends with Haley to me seems some very of my intelligent ex's and their new and girlfriends definitely and it's the almost most not even on the able for even someone like me killed who head on her shoulders of just beasts three like all my like relationships Selena are tumultuous verified for better psychopaths or for worse but like I've had and so one I that think wasn't there's and always it's because I that didn't one really love him person oh in your mates yeah life I who even I if feel I like don't I finished like them and they're I not in love got with them any out more of fires that them up Tumultuous in a way that makes you Shit not be able I think to like control after them anymore well after and that's who my Selena ex is who to Haley hit me I to was like meet okay I think it clear I've had enough of that it's yeah like yes I and think what am I just indefinitely wasn't like loves physically Hayley abused more merely than emotional HE LOVES any I really SELINA went full BUT tilt SELINA yeah RILES and UP then in a way was that Haley like he doesn't I'm done and like it's this dynamic still that feeling I like worked when you're a through passionate a lot of person why I needed that that hate dynamic is distraught because I've been while I'm I was in it I'm because a I was I'm in therapy a Selena and I was like figuring so I've it out I've been that person like that's why I was like like because whenever you're doing something I was about that to say you know that's you're why not people supposed fear to be doing me I mean they they or do you know though it's is just bad like for you you have to know this about it's yourself so useful to not go it's a it's what a it's a am fun I getting and out of this bad quality at the same time because what it's like is I it would like to in be friends what way with is the serving me some of my and ex's and you their know new girlfriends obviously and it's almost the easy not answer even on is the like able oh it's for not someone like but me who it always is just in like all some my relationships way are like tumultuous I for got better or to for worse oh like the hero I've had for one this that noon wasn't and it's yeah because I didn't you know what really I mean love and him that was oh because he was always yeah falling I apart I and feel he was like always I relapsing finished I got and then out I of that would step in and he would be Tumultuous like you're an angel and Shit I'd be like I think I really am after well you know after what I mean my it ex feels good yeah who that's what I hit got me from I was it like okay and I think I wanted I've had enough of that to yeah and what am I I wanted wasn't and also physically it came abused from like this merely childhood emotional believes that love any is I earned really went full tilt you yeah and deserve then it because was you exist like you have to I'm earn done it this by dynamic acting in a way I that worked through a lot that of why I needed that dynamic the sky wants you to act while I right was in and it that's because I all was in therapy shit and I that was I like learned figuring it out out of this relationship so like when I came I was out of like it I was like oh because I whenever don't you're doing need to earn something love that you I know deserve you're not supposed it to be doing I don't need or if I you find know myself is bad bending for you shit it's to so useful become to go what what this person am I getting thinks is out ideal of this that I know that I'm in what that childhood is it in what way is the serving head space me and and you know obviously the yeah easy answer is like so oh it's not what but was I talking about it always Scott is into I this in is some this way is like Selena Gomez's I got news track to does oh like the hero yeah I for mean I this thought noon about your yeah years of you know therapy what I mean and I that thought was I mean I because have only been he in was it for always like unevenly falling two years I apart would say but and he was always relapsing I mean yeah and and then I that's the would problem step in like and I've he would be like I've you're an angel done and I'd be like so well I really in am therapy and like it's you very know what clear I mean it feels good yeah that's what I got from more it more and I with wanted the entertainment business to than with relationships because I wanted through guys before and I was also able to it work came through my from own like relationship this childhood believes kind of that love is therapists earned with that you eh but deserve we it because were talking you about exist before we you started have to recording earn it it's so by weird now acting because in a way I that don't even WanNa be mean that to people anymore but the sky we're wants sometimes you I'm to dealing act with such right and that's trouble all ties shit individuals that I learned that I out have of to this continue relationship being a so little when mean I came to them out just of it so I was that like they oh stay I interested don't need to which earn is love then I deserve a nightmare it I don't because need if I then find I'm like myself okay well bending I don't want shit enter into to a romantic become union with damaged person what this person right thinks but is ideal that I know what I've that been I'm doing in lately that as childhood I just go off it's so head simple space and I don't know I didn't think of this and before but I- purely go off yeah how do I feel so when I'm what around was I this talking person about Scott that's it into that's the only I question this I is asked this myself is Selena and Gomez's for news me track I does feel yeah there I so mean I thought you about people your years who of therapy especially I thought Romantically I mean I have only I have several been in it friends for like who make me feel unevenly but two who years make I me would feel say but smarter I mean yeah funnier and that's the and problem more beautiful like I've I I've I have done I so I well think I'm pretty creating in therapy all those and areas like it's very too clear great really Vica more an more inflated with the entertainment sense business than of self with relationships and all those areas because through guys before we're just I was fine able to work right through and my I own relationship totally encourage kind especially of women therapists to have an with inflated that it will it will eh protect but you like bubble we wrap were talking truly about before we started recording my it's life has so been weird so much now better because I don't even WanNa be mean to people started like anymore even thinking but about we're that sometimes perhaps I'm the dealing bubble with was such not real trouble ties individuals really at that I again I have I to continue being might a little be called mean to like them just so delusional that they stay interested but it's which is then for me it's got a me nightmare this far because but I just then think I'm of like those okay things well and I there don't are so want few enter people into who make a me feel romantic union with damaged smarter person prettier right and Funnier but and what so I've that's been doing very lately easy as I just now go for off me to pinpoint who it's it so is simple good for and me I don't to be know I around didn't think of this it before so simple but I- and purely do I go feel off joy how do because I I think feel I used to I when used I'm around to be like this person does this person that's make me it feel that's the challenged only question I asked and myself eerie and and for all me the end do I I want to throw a feel dish there when I'm so around him you people like that's who my ex but I'm especially like that's Romantically not I have several friends going who to feel make me like feel that but who I make mean me it's feel feel some feeling something it's feeling a heavy emotion smarter but it's funnier not the right and emotion more beautiful and I I I was have so exhausted I from I functioning think I'm pretty at creating all dish those areas throwing too great for two really years every Vica night I was an I was inflated are you getting sense a of on self a scale and all from those areas eating off the dish to we're throwing just fine it against right the wall and I I was totally getting to encourage dish throwing especially every women to have night an inflated right it will it that will protect yeah you like bubble wrap no truly you can't and and my I think life that has this been song so much better kind of it does have that started feeling like even of like thinking when the fight about is that over perhaps in your book the bubble you're both was in not your real corners yeah you're just like panting really and you're looking at I around again at the I destruction that you caused might be called in your Home like delusional Yeah Oh but God it's this for off me I gotTa it's go got Ikya me this far but I just think of those things and there are Oh so my few God people so who make then verse me feel two I even smarter tweeted prettier some of these lines and because it was Funnier just so heavy and so that's very easy I gave now my for me all to pinpoint and who they it is all good know for me it to be around Selena it so simple love and that do I one feel because joy you know because you're I think I are used always to I used to be like I mean does this basically person make heterosexual me feel challenged relationships the woman's and always eerie giving and way all more the end do I want than to throw you tore a me dish down when and I'm now around it's showing him in like two that's months my ex you but I'm like laced that's us not like it going was to feel easy like that made I me mean think it's feel I deserved some feeling something it in it's the feeling thick a heavy of emotion healing but it's not fuck the right emotion and yeah I was so exhausted fuck fuck fuck from functioning we'd always at into a dish blindly throwing I needed for two to lose years you to find me the stance every it night was killing I was me I softly was are I you needed getting to hate a you on a scale to love from me eating off yes the dish to throwing such it against a good the song wall yeah I was getting to a fucking dish throwing love it every and night I love I right love pop music that because like yeah Tarot cards no you can't it's so and vague and that I it think can just that this be song relate kind of to anyone it does have that feeling that's of like like my when the favorite fight thing is over about in it your like book you're both this in is your about corners me yeah she's speaking you're just like to panting me and you're looking now around at the destruction yeah that you caused I was like in your Home Yeah Oh God this I was off talking I gotTa to go my Ikya therapist about how when Oh you my God I so was then like verse two complaining I because I had even gotten tweeted dumb some of these lines to because it was issue just so it heavy was like yeah it I was gave like my all Kinda and dumped they then all kind know of it you know not Selena but like love that you one know because you basically know you're guy was are like always I was into I a mean guy basically and he heterosexual relationships was into the woman's me always and then he was like I giving I want to be single way more and I was like okay than you tore me down well and now it's showing if you want in I two months that's you I'm going to end laced up wanting us like to it was easy be with you made me yeah think I deserved if I keep it doing in the this thick all of just healing fuck I'll just keep trying to be yeah what you want fuck me fuck to fuck be we'd in always order to get into what a blindly I want I needed and to I know lose you to I've find done me this the stance pattern it was I'm killing me not softly gonna do it again I needed to hate you to and love me I was yes talking to my therapist such news like a good are you song sound yeah depressed a fucking and I was like I'm love not it I'm just and NAM I love or whatever I love pop music and he because was like like well Tarot if cards you had to guess what it's feeling so you're feeling vague what would that it be it and can I was just like I don't be know relate add to anyone motherfucker so mad about that's it like yeah my favorite I guess thing sad about it like this and is about then me she's speaking halfway through to the session me I started crying now yeah and he I was was like like and I could breathe I was like crying Oh I was talking two to weeks my ago I think therapist it was the about week I how think it was the day that we recorded when the Julie you Andrews I was like complaining Oh yeah you because were I had you gotten were dumb you were not in to place issue it was fucked like yeah up that day it was like 'cause I Kinda dumped got off the then phone kind with my therapist of you early know not because I but was like crying so hard I you couldn't know like finish basically guy was like and I was into a guy that's why and I he just started was into me and I then he stopped was like I asking I want to myself be single like why and am I was I like not okay in a relationship why and well I just started if you want I feeling that's what I was feeling I'm going which to was end just up wanting really disappointed to be layer with you sell yeah for in if life I keep for in doing this all that just I wasn't getting what I I'll wanted just keep out of trying the relationships to be what you want in my life me to be and in order to get what I want and I just walked and I know around I've the done city this I went pattern to a I'm meeting not gonna do it and again I like I and just couldn't stop crying I was talking it to went my therapist for four news hours like are you I sound was depressed like my eyes and were I was leaking like I'm not yeah I'm just NAM or whatever Wednesday night and he was any like just well just if constant you had to guess what and feeling I you're feeling what would you it be and know I was like when I don't it was know over I add was like Oh God motherfucker it felt like I'd so taken mad a about bath it on yeah the inside I and guess I was sad like okay I feel and a little then bit better halfway and through then the session I started crying literally and he was like and like I could a couple breathe of days later I was like crying met this Oh person two weeks and ago I think now it was I'm the like week obsessed I think it but was the day that we recorded the whatever Julie Andrews her I feel like Oh there's yeah something you were about you were like when you you were not needed in to hate place you fucked to love up me that day I don't 'cause think she I still hates him got I off think the phone she with my therapist had early to because get I was those crying so hard I couldn't like finish and that's why I just started I stopped asking myself like why am I not in a relationship why and I just started to exist feeling in the hatred what I was feeling yeah which was just really disappointed layer sell I for wish in Ed life said for that thing in we have to cut that out that oh I my wasn't God getting what I'm I wanted sorry out of you the relationships were difficult to in me my yes life what part are and we taking out I don't know should and I I not just say walked that I was around that I'm the obsessed city I with went somebody to a meeting and I who like the fuck you know who I it is just couldn't okay stop fine crying leave it it in went Oh for Jesus four hours Christ I House I was like don't my eyes know were leaking I don't know yeah okay well Wednesday just night think about it for the next any just just three constant days and I I'll think about you know obsessively when it was over I I was will like Oh God it felt I want like to go to I'd this taken selena a bath songs on so the is inside that okay so and it's I was like like okay okay so I feel Selena a little bit better lose you to love me and then fucked are should we knew that one was literally coming did we know it like was going a to couple be about of days Bieber later I think met this person yeah I think people and probably now I'm kind like obsessed of thought but maybe I mean whatever she's her gotta I feel like she's got him because there's he's something never addressed about it like really when you right needed yeah to hate you yeah and it's to been love so me it's I been don't so think she still long hates and him I mean people I think you she know it was had a thing to we're after get the those wedding people were like you know taking pictures of her but now it's like after her the second wedding right she really listed which was that's a baller move to let to let it bubble to exist that long in the yeah hatred yeah and then in the middle of the night the day after I wish she releases Ed said that thing released we have to cut on that we out knew was oh coming my God she I'm does sorry beyond you say were move difficult to and me surprise yes hits us what with part look are we at taking her now out I which don't know should I not say that is I was very that I'm cute obsessed because I guess with somebody I love Selene because she's who like the you fuck can feel you bad know who for it is me for twenty okay four fine hours leave it in you Oh can pity Jesus me for Christ twenty House four hours I don't know and I now don't I'm GonNa know hit you okay back well I just looked think Selena's about it for the is next because they truly three when you look days in the mirror so I'll beautiful think about but it obsessively looks to me I like there's will no soul they're really I want to go to this selena yeah songs no so is sheep that okay so it's all like okay I feel so like Selena you look in her lose eyes you to and love it's the me eyes of fucked pure are evil should in we knew a hallway that one was coming she is did we know it t- was going there's to be something about Bieber there's I something think yeah I think people I don't probably know there's something kind going of on thought there I maybe think she's pure I evil mean she's gotta I really oh she's can siri got him because he's never MHM addressed and it I've actually really heard right yeah because I'm yeah pretty obsessed and it's with been her so and I know some people it's been so this long to and work I mean with people her you know on like it was music a thing videos we're after and stuff the and wedding they people were like confirmed you know taking like pictures she of her to but me now is like it's like a after her a the young Naomi second Campbell wedding like right she's GonNa she throw really a coffee listed in your face which was but you're gonNA like that's get a and baller you're gonNA masturbate move to it later to let okay to let it bubble that long I yeah and then if in I the middle of the yes night if I was a man the day I after would she releases released I would on date we Selena knew was Gomez coming and she does allow her to beyond ruin my say life move and and surprise hits us my with sense look of self at her respect now Europol which thank you is very cute because love I guess it inks I love Selene because she's like gosh you can feel bad if for I were me a man for twenty four hours so you can pity yeah me these for twenty four hours and this now I'm GonNa hit there's you a lot back of sexy dancing I looked in Selena's this she is has a long because they braid truly when you look in the mirror I so guess beautiful that's the but look now it looks to me like there's no soul they're long really braid look yeah yeah look at no her now sheep lyrics all I feel like you look in her eyes and it's the eyes of pure evil in a hallway she is t- there's something there's something I don't know there's something going his on own there leg I think do she's pure do evil do do I really oh can siri he's eating his leg MHM oh yeah he's and I've actually he's heard eating his leg okay because I'm pretty they obsessed fell in with love her one and I summer know some people a little too wild this to for each work other with her says on just why like don't you music just videos say and Justin stuff and Bieber they confirmed shiny like she till to it me wasn't is like a feels good a young till Naomi it doesn't Campbell mean like that she's every GonNa relationship throw a coffee again in your face Tarot card but lyrics you're gonNA like get it and was you're gonNA her masturbate to it later okay I if I yes if I was a man I would I would date Selena Gomez and allow her to ruin my life and my sense of self respect Europol thank you love it inks gosh if I were a man so yeah these this there's a lot of sexy dancing in this she has a long braid I guess that's the look now long braid look yeah look at her now lyrics his own leg do do do do he's eating his leg oh yeah he's he's eating his leg okay they fell in love one summer a little too wild for each other says just why don't you just say Justin Bieber shiny till it wasn't feels good till it doesn't mean that every relationship again Tarot card lyrics it was her

Selena Gomez Lear
A new story from Two Less Lonely Girls

Two Less Lonely Girls

23:26 min | 1 year ago

A new story from Two Less Lonely Girls

"Mess I I like would her not I to be get uncomfortable he married about I would how date in your Selena horny twenties Gomez her no picture and one is wins make allow me because when her I you think to get ruin married she's my so and life your beautiful twenty and no one the full wins circle my when sense you're of married self respect and your twenty s unless so Europol how you live in thank so the mid West you how near has Selena like you know Gomez love and it there's inks nothing Music wrong with affected that you us live in the week Midwest gosh road well if I were a well man there's first nothing of all wrong it changed with it so I my guess mind about I mean her yeah I would these I would I not stay did there not forever like her this brought and take there's now a trip I a lot do pj of sexy triple dancing in this she choices has it's a a good long people braid I want guess different you'd things say I that get I'm it an underdog I yeah guess that's it person depends the look I 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no bitch to how you gorgeous did she is yeah I literally because just you looked are at not her fucking face dating for like three a minutes I was I'm totally sorry into just it in is a mess this song not to be set he me married on a spiral in your twenties so deep no one wins that when you get married and your one twenty no point one wins on when you're I married guess this and your was twenty s when unless you when live in the mid West near like you I know was crying and so there's hard nothing wrong in with the that middle you of live the in the night Midwest I well couldn't breathe there's nothing wrong with it and I guess I had I mean a I elevate would I would not myself stay there forever hospital style brought take all a trip using pj several triple pillows choices beautiful people want different things I get it yeah it beautiful depends but I mean like I don't know what it's like yeah to have so a neighbor with she obsessive lives in La compulsive she's disorder a Hottie because I with am a naughty body neighbor and right but I mean she I when when a song and comes she's out and I like it I put it on relapse and I listened and to she just it released at songs least fifty I feel times like in I a row full blast yeah so they already neighbor already truly how to deal feel with like me I did doing this okay so Katy the first Perry's song small that Selena talk hit last us craft week was this lose week you to it love was me that's the one it that was we knew on was Wednesday coming the one that she had been promoing it was she lose shot the entire you me woman she didn't and shoot then us she's yesterday on the it the the was the entire video caches like just raising kind of a how single 'cause we shot got hit of her with a on an iphone three it's new beautiful fucking that's that's a testament to how gorgeous track she yeah is I literally just looked certified at her fucking tunes face for like three minutes I was totally into I don't it know why you're 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you first they already and you neighbor already how to deal with me doing set this Katy Perry's up small to my talk last week this forest week it yes was it was on Wednesday wait it was Jeff lose you me and then flock yesterday what and you let it it burn was you let it burn caches it's pretty low raising how 'cause we got for hit US with a burn three off new this is Oh my fucking God this by the way that's about track her shaving yeah her posey certified is that tunes I might forest what are you making this up where did you read that somewhere I don't know why you're talking God damn like this now what I am I believed giving off a real it butch too energy I was like wait to I can you imagine certified a pop Oh my God for it's you like a month they z morning zoo gave him the song but this okay I love sang it off key and my chorus no because it so wasn't your is yeah that has cash to be new song for and real I mean and yeah I'm a I huge love that cash that is obviously that I want is 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ask we no didn't it's okay it what and I did it and come I out it came abreast out on Tuesday to that I'm to no it came him out before that but but the good I thing about was and I was I drunk a couple absolutely of days oh but well the good thing yeah about I me was when I'm drunk Nick is I I still was a have little impeccable scared and now grammar I actually and can't punctuation listen to it so unless I'm in let's like a go safe is place the fact that it was said because that three in the morning I you couldn't don't tell know what right I have no control yeah over myself when that's the song great comes on I yeah three in the morning last I don't night know you texted I'm me that you sorry were so juuling excited for the podcast so we're though yeah I okay feel like yeah just really wasn't here's I the was thing I these these that songs song I've reminds been so me excited so much and of I was coming when out of such I got a out of my relationship because I was with I was the in my crying ex phase that was of my depression physically abusive for the past couple okay of weeks and now I'm in the and manic acting the out phase yeah feelings and so I get they excited came up over from that things because like Selena Gomez I remember songs that's it beautiful was so weird amped because up I was like yesterday I was I was I fueled by hated Canada's Raisin I was Hell like I all day don't I love WanNa that be I'm GonNa with this Listen person not today eh yesterday was my but I feel Selena lose you to empty love me okay without him I listened I felt to it like nonstop no one you know and I I also started listening feel to like it a little a bit on at least feeling Tuesday hatred feeling something and I was like into yeah it I felt yeah like but by Wednesday like I felt that Oh in this my is last all I breakup want to listen I to was almost like because we it was didn't so mutual it what did it come out it came out I on Tuesday still respect I'm him no and it came I out care before about him that but so I I was was like can you like throw frigid a couple me or of days something oh well just so I can yeah I was make like Nick I was just a little so I know scared who the bad guy and is now I actually but like can't listen this to was it very unless clear I'm in like a like safe place I was not supposed because to be with this and I don't know what I have I no think control over myself that's when what the song I comes heard on and yeah got from the song I don't is know like that I'm feeling sorry of like juuling refinding yourself after I feel like after aching someone else your here's whole world the thing is like that it's song reminds the most me so much rewarding of thing when I got out of my relationship and I with I the truly ex believe that that everyone was should physically spend abusive okay at least and a year the or more single feelings they came and up from let's that say because at least I see remember your more with someone it who was so is weird not treating because I you was well like I everyone hated should take care I was research like I just don't to WanNa be with toughen this person yourself up eh really appreciate but I feel a good relationship when you get it empty even a decent without him one yeah I I felt mean if like if no they say one thank you Oh you you know you'll and be I like can we get married feel like a at that's least feeling so hatred true in feeling her something it really is true out yeah I felt anyway like I I felt but that in yeah my last I heard breakup it and I was I like was almost like king because of that it was time so mutual because I still it respect was so him and I care intense about him so I was yeah like can you like throw I mean frigid I truly me or something made that just person so I can my whole world make I had like no idea the thing just so I I know didn't who the know bad what I guy liked is uh-huh but like I discovered this comedy was very after that clear relationship like I was is not you supposed know what to I be mean with this yeah and I I I think like bonded that's with what I Alabama heard and I got you from know the song everything is like that happened feeling of her like dog refinding not the band yeah yeah yourself and after not the certainly not the after state aching someone else your whole world but is yeah like so I felt like it's it was just the a most kind of an anthem rewarding more thing her then to Justin people and are like I oh it's I for Justin truly believe that and everyone it's like should no spend this is this at least is the a toxic year dump or more Ra single like that and it's let's say the at least stover see your more with someone who it's the leftover is feeling not treating yeah you well I'm like that's what it's not about John everyone this is a should song take for care her research celebrating just her to and what she toughen went through yourself like up coming out of the really ash appreciate right a good that's relationship what it does when have you get that it feeling even of a decent like one yeah I I mean if want if the experience they say thank you of Oh love you and you'll I'm be disappointed like can we get married I didn't get it but that's so it true doesn't in her but it really beyond is true that out there anyway is no that's I it that's but what I got yeah I from heard it it and I was yet like which is king I of don't that understand time why Haley because it was was so even upset intense about this because it's certainly yeah not like I want I mean you I back truly it's like made that person and my it whole world doesn't I had reference no idea her the in thing any I way didn't know like what this I liked we don't know uh-huh for sure I that discovered Haley was comedy upset about after it that relationship is I you mean know what I that's mean what yeah the fuck I in but that's what bloggers I like yeah but the bonded thing is it's with like Alabama they're all in their twenties I you know and we're everything in our thirties happened and we're still her sub dog tweeting not the band and yeah sub yeah instagram and storing not the people certainly like they're not definitely the state doing it you know but so Justin yeah Bieber so loves I felt and Internet like it was just fight a so kind of an anthem I'm more sure Haley her has then taken to a Justin page from that people are book like oh it's for Justin right and it's it's just like to me no it's not because this is the thing this was is the toxic it was all dump it was big news Ra like I that don't I don't think so it's I really think the she like stover well maybe it's I the mean leftover the song's feeling called yeah I'll kill I'm like that's you what it's not about John this walk is a song or for yeah her celebrating she put her an and what she Haley went put through it like up coming right out after of the ash this Selena right song that's was what released it does have that I feeling don't know of like it's just like I some want lyrics the experience like trying to of come love between and us I'm at disappointed won't end up I good didn't get it because I think but I think it Haley doesn't but beyond to me seems very that intelligent there and definitely is no the most that's it that's what I even got from it killed yet which is head I on don't her shoulders understand of beasts three why like Haley Selena verified was even psychopaths upset about this because it's certainly but like not like and I want so I you think back it's there's like always that and one it doesn't reference person her in in any way your like this we don't mates know for sure life that Haley was upset who about even it if I don't like them and they're I not in mean love that's with them what any the more fuck fires in but them that's up what in bloggers a way that makes yeah but you the thing is not it's like be they're able all to like in their control twenties them anymore and we're in our thirties and that's who and Selena we're still sub is tweeting to Haley and sub to instagram meet it clear storing people it's like like they're yes definitely I think doing just it indefinitely you know like loves Hayley so Justin Bieber more loves than HE LOVES and Internet fight SELINA so I'm BUT SELINA sure Haley RILES has taken a page UP in from a that way that book Haley he doesn't right and it's like just it's to still me it's not that feeling because like the thing when you're was a passionate person it was all that it hate was big is distraught news because I've I been don't I don't I'm think so I really I'm think a she like I'm a Selena well maybe so I mean I've the song's I've called been that I'll person kill that's you why walk like or yeah I was she about to put say that's an why Haley people fear put it me up right I mean after they they this do Selena though it's song just like was you have released to know this about yourself I don't know it's just like not it's some a lyrics it's a it's like a trying fun to come and between us bad at won't quality end at up the same good time because it's because like I I think would like I to think be friends with Haley to me seems some very of my intelligent ex's and their new and girlfriends definitely and it's the almost most not even on the able for even someone like me killed who head on her shoulders of just beasts three like all my like relationships Selena are tumultuous verified for better psychopaths or for worse but like I've had and so one I that think wasn't there's and always it's because I that didn't one really love him person oh in your mates yeah life I who even I if feel I like don't I finished like them and they're I not in love got with them any out more of fires that them up Tumultuous in a way that makes you Shit not be able I think to like control after them anymore well after and that's who my Selena ex is who to Haley hit me I to was like meet okay I think it clear I've had enough of that it's yeah like yes I and think what am I just indefinitely wasn't like loves physically Hayley abused more merely than emotional HE LOVES any I really SELINA went full BUT tilt SELINA yeah RILES and UP then in a way was that Haley like he doesn't I'm done and like it's this dynamic still that feeling I like worked when you're a through passionate a lot of person why I needed that that hate dynamic is distraught because I've been while I'm I was in it I'm because a I was I'm in therapy a Selena and I was like figuring so I've it out I've been that person like that's why I was like like because whenever you're doing something I was about that to say you know that's you're why not people supposed fear to be doing me I mean they they or do you know though it's is just bad like for you you have to know this about it's yourself so useful to not go it's a it's what a it's a am fun I getting and out of this bad quality at the same time because what it's like is I it would like to in be friends what way with is the serving me some of my and ex's and you their know new girlfriends obviously and it's almost the easy not answer even on is the like able oh it's for not someone like but me who it always is just in like all some my relationships way are like tumultuous I for got better or to for worse oh like the hero I've had for one this that noon wasn't and it's yeah because I didn't you know what really I mean love and him that was oh because he was always yeah falling I apart I and feel he was like always I relapsing finished I got and then out I of that would step in and he would be Tumultuous like you're an angel and Shit I'd be like I think I really am after well you know after what I mean my it ex feels good yeah who that's what I hit got me from I was it like okay and I think I wanted I've had enough of that to yeah and what am I I wanted wasn't and also physically it came abused from like this merely childhood emotional believes that love any is I earned really went full tilt you yeah and deserve then it because was you exist like you have to I'm earn done it this by dynamic acting in a way I that worked through a lot that of why I needed that dynamic the sky wants you to act while I right was in and it that's because I all was in therapy shit and I that was I like learned figuring it out out of this relationship so like when I came I was out of like it I was like oh because I whenever don't you're doing need to earn something love that you I know deserve you're not supposed it to be doing I don't need or if I you find know myself is bad bending for you shit it's to so useful become to go what what this person am I getting thinks is out ideal of this that I know that I'm in what that childhood is it in what way is the serving head space me and and you know obviously the yeah easy answer is like so oh it's not what but was I talking about it always Scott is into I this in is some this way is like Selena Gomez's I got news track to does oh like the hero yeah I for mean I this thought noon about your yeah years of you know therapy what I mean and I that thought was I mean I because have only been he in was it for always like unevenly falling two years I apart would say but and he was always relapsing I mean yeah and and then I that's the would problem step in like and I've he would be like I've you're an angel done and I'd be like so well I really in am therapy and like it's you very know what clear I mean it feels good yeah that's what I got from more it more and I with wanted the entertainment business to than with relationships because I wanted through guys before and I was also able to it work came through my from own like relationship this childhood believes kind of that love is therapists earned with that you eh but deserve we it because were talking you about exist before we you started have to recording earn it it's so by weird now acting because in a way I that don't even WanNa be mean that to people anymore but the sky we're wants sometimes you I'm to dealing act with such right and that's trouble all ties shit individuals that I learned that I out have of to this continue relationship being a so little when mean I came to them out just of it so I was that like they oh stay I interested don't need to which earn is love then I deserve a nightmare it I don't because need if I then find I'm like myself okay well bending I don't want shit enter into to a romantic become union with damaged person what this person right thinks but is ideal that I know what I've that been I'm doing in lately that as childhood I just go off it's so head simple space and I don't know I didn't think of this and before but I- purely go off yeah how do I feel so when I'm what around was I this talking person about Scott that's it into that's the only I question this I is asked this myself is Selena and Gomez's for news me track I does feel yeah there I so mean I thought you about people your years who of therapy especially I thought Romantically I mean I have only I have several been in it friends for like who make me feel unevenly but two who years make I me would feel say but smarter I mean yeah funnier and that's the and problem more beautiful like I've I I've I have done I so I well think I'm pretty creating in therapy all those and areas like it's very too clear great really Vica more an more inflated with the entertainment sense business than of self with relationships and all those areas because through guys before we're just I was fine able to work right through and my I own relationship totally encourage kind especially of women therapists to have an with inflated that it will it will eh protect but you like bubble we wrap were talking truly about before we started recording my it's life has so been weird so much now better because I don't even WanNa be mean to people started like anymore even thinking but about we're that sometimes perhaps I'm the dealing bubble with was such not real trouble ties individuals really at that I again I have I to continue being might a little be called mean to like them just so delusional that they stay interested but it's which is then for me it's got a me nightmare this far because but I just then think I'm of like those okay things well and I there don't are so want few enter people into who make a me feel romantic union with damaged smarter person prettier right and Funnier but and what so I've that's been doing very lately easy as I just now go for off me to pinpoint who it's it so is simple good for and me I don't to be know I around didn't think of this it before so simple but I- and purely do I go feel off joy how do because I I think feel I used to I when used I'm around to be like this person does this person that's make me it feel that's the challenged only question I asked and myself eerie and and for all me the end do I I want to throw a feel dish there when I'm so around him you people like that's who my ex but I'm especially like that's Romantically not I have several friends going who to feel make me like feel that but who I make mean me it's feel feel some feeling something it's feeling a heavy emotion smarter but it's funnier not the right and emotion more beautiful and I I I was have so exhausted I from I functioning think I'm pretty at creating all dish those areas throwing too great for two really years every Vica night I was an I was inflated are you getting sense a of on self a scale and all from those areas eating off the dish to we're throwing just fine it against right the wall and I I was totally getting to encourage dish throwing especially every women to have night an inflated right it will it that will protect yeah you like bubble wrap no truly you can't and and my I think life that has this been song so much better kind of it does have that started feeling like even of like thinking when the fight about is that over perhaps in your book the bubble you're both was in not your real corners yeah you're just like panting really and you're looking at I around again at the I destruction that you caused might be called in your Home like delusional Yeah Oh but God it's this for off me I gotTa it's go got Ikya me this far but I just think of those things and there are Oh so my few God people so who make then verse me feel two I even smarter tweeted prettier some of these lines and because it was Funnier just so heavy and so that's very easy I gave now my for me all to pinpoint and who they it is all good know for me it to be around Selena it so simple love and that do I one feel because joy you know because you're I think I are used always to I used to be like I mean does this basically person make heterosexual me feel challenged relationships the woman's and always eerie giving and way all more the end do I want than to throw you tore a me dish down when and I'm now around it's showing him in like two that's months my ex you but I'm like laced that's us not like it going was to feel easy like that made I me mean think it's feel I deserved some feeling something it in it's the feeling thick a heavy of emotion healing but it's not fuck the right emotion and yeah I was so exhausted fuck fuck fuck from functioning we'd always at into a dish blindly throwing I needed for two to lose years you to find me the stance every it night was killing I was me I softly was are I you needed getting to hate a you on a scale to love from me eating off yes the dish to throwing such it against a good the song wall yeah I was getting to a fucking dish throwing love it every and night I love I right love pop music that because like yeah Tarot cards no you can't it's so and vague and that I it think can just that this be song relate kind of to anyone it does have that feeling that's of like like my when the favorite fight thing is over about in it your like book you're both this in is your about corners me yeah she's speaking you're just like to panting me and you're looking now around at the destruction yeah that you caused I was like in your Home Yeah Oh God this I was off talking I gotTa to go my Ikya therapist about how when Oh you my God I so was then like verse two complaining I because I had even gotten tweeted dumb some of these lines to because it was issue just so it heavy was like yeah it I was gave like my all Kinda and dumped they then all kind know of it you know not Selena but like love that you one know because you basically know you're guy was are like always I was into I a mean guy basically and he heterosexual relationships was into the woman's me always and then he was like I giving I want to be single way more and I was like okay than you tore me down well and now it's showing if you want in I two months that's you I'm going to end laced up wanting us like to it was easy be with you made me yeah think I deserved if I keep it doing in the this thick all of just healing fuck I'll just keep trying to be yeah what you want fuck me fuck to fuck be we'd in always order to get into what a blindly I want I needed and to I know lose you to I've find done me this the stance pattern it was I'm killing me not softly gonna do it again I needed to hate you to and love me I was yes talking to my therapist such news like a good are you song sound yeah depressed a fucking and I was like I'm love not it I'm just and NAM I love or whatever I love pop music and he because was like like well Tarot if cards you had to guess what it's feeling so you're feeling vague what would that it be it and can I was just like I don't be know relate add to anyone motherfucker so mad about that's it like yeah my favorite I guess thing sad about it like this and is about then me she's speaking halfway through to the session me I started crying now yeah and he I was was like like and I could breathe I was like crying Oh I was talking two to weeks my ago I think therapist it was the about week I how think it was the day that we recorded when the Julie you Andrews I was like complaining Oh yeah you because were I had you gotten were dumb you were not in to place issue it was fucked like yeah up that day it was like 'cause I Kinda dumped got off the then phone kind with my therapist of you early know not because I but was like crying so hard I you couldn't know like finish basically guy was like and I was into a guy that's why and I he just started was into me and I then he stopped was like I asking I want to myself be single like why and am I was I like not okay in a relationship why and well I just started if you want I feeling that's what I was feeling I'm going which to was end just up wanting really disappointed to be layer with you sell yeah for in if life I keep for in doing this all that just I wasn't getting what I I'll wanted just keep out of trying the relationships to be what you want in my life me to be and in order to get what I want and I just walked and I know around I've the done city this I went pattern to a I'm meeting not gonna do it and again I like I and just couldn't stop crying I was talking it to went my therapist for four news hours like are you I sound was depressed like my eyes and were I was leaking like I'm not yeah I'm just NAM or whatever Wednesday night and he was any like just well just if constant you had to guess what and feeling I you're feeling what would you it be and know I was like when I don't it was know over I add was like Oh God motherfucker it felt like I'd so taken mad a about bath it on yeah the inside I and guess I was sad like okay I feel and a little then bit better halfway and through then the session I started crying literally and he was like and like I could a couple breathe of days later I was like crying met this Oh person two weeks and ago I think now it was I'm the like week obsessed I think it but was the day that we recorded the whatever Julie Andrews her I feel like Oh there's yeah something you were about you were like when you you were not needed in to hate place you fucked to love up me that day I don't 'cause think she I still hates him got I off think the phone she with my therapist had early to because get I was those crying so hard I couldn't like finish and that's why I just started I stopped asking myself like why am I not in a relationship why and I just started to exist feeling in the hatred what I was feeling yeah which was just really disappointed layer sell I for wish in Ed life said for that thing in we have to cut that out that oh I my wasn't God getting what I'm I wanted sorry out of you the relationships were difficult to in me my yes life what part are and we taking out I don't know should and I I not just say walked that I was around that I'm the obsessed city I with went somebody to a meeting and I who like the fuck you know who I it is just couldn't okay stop fine crying leave it it in went Oh for Jesus four hours Christ I House I was like don't my eyes know were leaking I don't know yeah okay well Wednesday just night think about it for the next any just just three constant days and I I'll think about you know obsessively when it was over I I was will like Oh God it felt I want like to go to I'd this taken selena a bath songs on so the is inside that okay so and it's I was like like okay okay so I feel Selena a little bit better lose you to love me and then fucked are should we knew that one was literally coming did we know it like was going a to couple be about of days Bieber later I think met this person yeah I think people and probably now I'm kind like obsessed of thought but maybe I mean whatever she's her gotta I feel like she's got him because there's he's something never addressed about it like really when you right needed yeah to hate you yeah and it's to been love so me it's I been don't so think she still long hates and him I mean people I think you she know it was had a thing to we're after get the those wedding people were like you know taking pictures of her but now it's like after her the second wedding right she really listed which was that's a baller move to let to let it bubble to exist that long in the yeah hatred yeah and then in the middle of the night the day after I wish she releases Ed said that thing released we have to cut on that we out knew was oh coming my God she I'm does sorry beyond you say were move difficult to and me surprise yes hits us what with part look are we at taking her now out I which don't know should I not say that is I was very that I'm cute obsessed because I guess with somebody I love Selene because she's who like the you fuck can feel you bad know who for it is me for twenty okay four fine hours leave it in you Oh can pity Jesus me for Christ twenty House four hours I don't know and I now don't I'm GonNa know hit you okay back well I just looked think Selena's about it for the is next because they truly three when you look days in the mirror so I'll beautiful think about but it obsessively looks to me I like there's will no soul they're really I want to go to this selena yeah songs no so is sheep that okay so it's all like okay I feel so like Selena you look in her lose eyes you to and love it's the me eyes of fucked pure are evil should in we knew a hallway that one was coming she is did we know it t- was going there's to be something about Bieber there's I something think yeah I think people I don't probably know there's something kind going of on thought there I maybe think she's pure I evil mean she's gotta I really oh she's can siri got him because he's never MHM addressed and it I've actually really heard right yeah because I'm yeah pretty obsessed and it's with been her so and I know some people it's been so this long to and work I mean with people her you know on like it was music a thing videos we're after and stuff the and wedding they people were like confirmed you know taking like pictures she of her to but me now is like it's like a after her a the young Naomi second Campbell wedding like right she's GonNa she throw really a coffee listed in your face which was but you're gonNA like that's get a and baller you're gonNA masturbate move to it later to let okay to let it bubble that long I yeah and then if in I the middle of the yes night if I was a man the day I after would she releases released I would on date we Selena knew was Gomez coming and she does allow her to beyond ruin my say life move and and surprise hits us my with sense look of self at her respect now Europol which thank you is very cute because love I guess it inks I love Selene because she's like gosh you can feel bad if for I were me a man for twenty four hours so you can pity yeah me these for twenty four hours and this now I'm GonNa hit there's you a lot back of sexy dancing I looked in Selena's this she is has a long because they braid truly when you look in the mirror I so guess beautiful that's the but look now it looks to me like there's no soul they're long really braid look yeah yeah look at no her now sheep lyrics all I feel like you look in her eyes and it's the eyes of pure evil in a hallway she is t- there's something there's something I don't know there's something going his on own there leg I think do she's pure do evil do do I really oh can siri he's eating his leg MHM oh yeah he's and I've actually he's heard eating his leg okay because I'm pretty they obsessed fell in with love her one and I summer know some people a little too wild this to for each work other with her says on just why like don't you music just videos say and Justin stuff and Bieber they confirmed shiny like she till to it me wasn't is like a feels good a young till Naomi it doesn't Campbell mean like that she's every GonNa relationship throw a coffee again in your face Tarot card but lyrics you're gonNA like get it and was you're gonNA her masturbate to it later okay I if I yes if I was a man I would I would date Selena Gomez and allow her to ruin my life and my sense of self respect Europol thank you love 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"julie andrews" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

16:04 min | 1 year ago

"julie andrews" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Welcome to the Bravo clubhouse for the podcast edition of Watch what happens live with me Andy Cohen when the hills were alive she gave a big twirl and she warned molly you in danger girl it's watch what happens live with Julianne the I'm your host Andy Cohen and the Bravo clubhouse I've been looking forward to this all week we are witnessing astronaut Michael breakthrough the convergence of two supermassive superstars by first guest is an acting legend who flew into our hearts talking umbrella and never said so long farewell sharing behind the scene stories in her wonderful new book homework a memoir of my Hollywood years it's out now is welcome our friend Dame Julia not hosting the views she's hosting parties you can read all about her approach to entertaining intern if the unqualified hostess I do it my way so you can too I doubt please welcome how do the two of you know each other Oh gosh was it way back in loose somewhere back in Malibu so yes road okay in many many times and I'm very happy that you two are together undermining the novels inspired the film that inspired all your Ami armie hammer in timothy shallow may fantasies now he's following up call me by your name with the sequel sequel find me it's out October twenty ninth please welcome Andrei Cimpian did you how long did you know that you were going to write this book. I've known for ten years you have but I didn't do anything and then the movie came about everyone lost their mind and you said I have to write the no I didn't before the movie you get smart man I cannot wait to read it let's get started you all need to stay tuned because later the show we have our first annual Dame Julie Andrews Drag Hagins just want to either hairdo is for a Stephen King movie that you're shooting right now right will you keep the hair after you wrap no you will not hate to say because you know I love that that's hiding your real yeah yeah I've you know what it's really been growing on me though I gotTa tell you say keep saying that it's not staying okay Julie do you take it out the that's the whole nine hours to put it in aw cut it because it was down to my back so it's like this is too hot too heavy yes so it's a bad Ah taking all your questions but before we get to those here's what three things I am obsessed with tonight I in Julie's new book she's telling stories about time in Hollywood and here's what not gonNA turn down a spot of tea I'm going to ask you about people and events that you mentioned in the book and want some details in your memoir you talk about I love scene was with James Garner in the Americanization of Emily you talk about how the two of you kissing for hours on end and we I just wondered what's he your best onscreen kiss of your career would you say do you think I'm really gonNA tell everybody that I don't know I don't like to kiss and tell Jack Warner the former president of Warner Brothers Studio chose Audrey Hepburn for my fair lady over you which allowed you to be in Mary poppins I you went on to win a Golden Globe for your role in Mary poppins you thank Jack Warner in your Golden Globes speech for making awesome making it possible did you ever hear back from him well now he was there was there I for one second I thought that my career had completely ended never be seen again of his a moment silence and then the audience got what I love it I love it and what was your reaction Audrey Hepburn telling you at the skirt the you should have done my fair lady well she's she became a great friend yeah and you know I really did understand it is really difficult talk to get up tight about not doing the film of my Fair Lady When Walt Disney is standing there saying would you like to Mary poppins of course of course did you and Audrey Hepburn Compete for a lot of role no no no I didn't think we did but we did become fast friends you did you regret turning down Chitty Chitty Bang Bang because it felt too similar to Mary poppins didn't just seem that I didn't want to make the same move sort of movie twice right and I Wisconsin busy to what was your reaction when tabloids were reporting the UN Blake Edwards were having a romance with Rock Hudson. Well I don't know how we could have had time to do it seems unlikely we know everything tabloids going absolutely crazy about me at the time and trying on this they do yes and I decided that for change I'd really put my foot down so sued them both despite everybody's saying that what do it I did it and I won and got retractions in the same size print as the art as gave the money to charity that's amazing this box right making markle and let her know that it's okay to sue them very hot the Guy Entertaining Whoopi proves that you can be a hostess with the most is even if you have the least s so here's what I'm going to put her grading skills to the test won't be I'm going to show you an everyday item you tell us what unique thing you could do with that okay all right what in what could you do with a cardboard tube from the toilet paper could you do any entertaining with that in any way yes you can you can make all kinds of great st offers specially if you're working with little kids you can make them into all kinds of musical instruments you can do three to five year old who can also make a little long out of it too I might what would you do with Christmas lights when it's not the holidays are you supposed to you only supposed to put him up at the time you put him up because they're festival feathered boa affordable I just wear at home the birdcage. Is there anything that you can actually I have a rustic birdcage in the front yard I do I love it birds went to live in what about creepy ceramic dolls anything no no decorative beach sowell's no all right I love it in playing cards well I make those make some money for me thank you very much so significantly touch Charlotte lives through the screen I'm curious which in-person celebrity run INS have left a lasting impression on them so here's what it's time for a round of one of our favorite games have you I'm going to run through some famous people if you've met them just described the moment for us have you met a member of the Royal Family I have to ask have you met the Queen Yes yes you had to have you met Princess Diana ever no I never did so what is the queen like from your recollection well can I- Vosa metric I'm sure you sung for many times and I'm a huge royal fan she works so damn hard did you get nervous when you sign for the right and then either of you met Alfred Hitchcock yeah she worked with Alfred Hitchcock Him yes he was was he playful Yes yes have either of you met a president many yes several several have you been to two the Clinton have either of you been to a state dinner you have with what I was that's what I said Clinton wanted a vitamin I it was for the Queen of Spain if either of you met Walt Disney yes you kind of guy was he kind very kind buried twinkly in personality kindly lovely I smart as whip and was in the studio before anybody else was in the morning guy have either of you met a member of in sync a group in Sync I'm sure yet Justin I've asked well Justin yes I have met Justin to relate offs I talked with him on an airplane. Once you flew like idea have either of you met Elvis Presley no my husband did but not all right what about the Dalai Lama yes wow what's the all along the lake he's really serve laying down let's go to the Arkansas what is your question for Dame Andrews Hi Eddie my question is knowing that the job already Kissing Leonardo Dicaprio you regret turning down the role of Aunt Emma Street do you regret turning down the role in Wolf of Wall Street you do regret it I do really why do you regret it well because I wasn't able to do the movie I I'd had an operation I'm a bionic woman and I have a titanium ankle and I was so truly stoned from all the drugs it to just to take the pain away and really it was mostly the anesthetics and things like that. I just wasn't ready and I wanted to be and I would love to work what does the school Julie Andrews what is she like I have no idea because I couldn't look the you'd have to ask as I guess. Let's go to Sabrina from Seattle for Whoopi Goldberg. Hey Sabrina what's your question a Andy how does it feel to be sitting among goddesses feels from. Oh Yeah Hey hey what do you think is the biggest misconception the viewers have on Megan McCain and choice relationship I don't know I don't think about it I I think I think they only I think I think the viewers think they don't like each other oh no that's listen if they didn't like each other they would not be on TV together right I'm just sort of saying that but I don't really think about their relationship right I'm actually thinking about myself right to Pennsylvania for Julie Andrews Hey Caroline what's your question Hi Andy Julian whoopee I love you all your all iconic my question is for Dame Julie Andrews Okay Okay do you have any updates on princess diary three since Anne hathaway that there's a script Spanish speaker that'd be good it would be lovely and if it doesn't I won't have known about it you are and he'd be Elizabeth's facebook and said since it's almost Halloween and I absolutely loved you in the iconic movie ghost can you tell us what was your Rosen Thorn of making the film you're the best thing about making it and the worst thing about making it the first film was made over fifty years ago six years ago yes I think it's about time a second one was allowed but also I had nothing to do with the first one it wasn't as if they would repeating the first story this was they had teen P L travers books of Mary poppins volts it goes they had to make a new US what did you think of it you know you didn't see it I did and I it took me a minute because for me Mary poppins you know Julius always going to be married availed instead you spent one Christmas vacation in a Swiss chalet joined by Elizabeth Taylor and a dreadfully hung over Richard Burton what was your opinion of the I'd say Patrick what's your question hi Andy I wanted to say hi.

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Netflix completes its breakup with Marvel, cancels The Punisher, Jessica Jones

The Watch

03:18 min | 2 years ago

Netflix completes its breakup with Marvel, cancels The Punisher, Jessica Jones

"Pretty much completed the marvel exodus from net flicks. Like all of their as of this morning. Yeah. Jessica Jones punisher of being quote, unquote, cancelled for Netflix. But essentially, we're going to be in all at moving Disney Pluess. Well, weirdly this morning, the punisher was officially cancelled. But everyone kind of knew that Jessica Jones was always the most critically acclaimed at the show's third season is shot. As yet to air. Netflix statement was basically like thanks to everyone for making these shows that will live on forever on networks. So. I don't know. I mean, the characters are not done. Sure. But it could well be that this these interruptions of the characters tasks, and this kind of the Andy, and I were talking about a week or so ago about what kind of stuff is going to be undesired police were still doing it. I I think we have to commit to the bit at this point. I should gotten tweets from people. Like, I I will I will not be referring to this thing is Disney classier, they're they're gonna Bob I is going to personally, send us a personal. Thank you note in French. Does it come with a lot of zeroes? That's what you're I do assess then Netflix moral shows were gritty that was their whole kind of the pitch was like this takes place in a gritty, violent people curse people have sex people drink people, you know, when people get shot at bleed closer to our reality. Sure. Yeah. And you know stars. Yeah. I'm sorry mistake that maybe more like high another young people, right? But the Disney plus idea do they didn't he plus ideal is supposed to be a little more family friendly friendly. I think so I think that's more in the Disney brand think probably the hardest would get would be a a sort of soft PG thirteen at I think it's just an interest. We'll turn back Brel academy. But it's just to say that like, let's look at the results. Let's go to the tape. And let's look at the superhero movies that have succeeded in the last few years critically and commercially and what they have in common. And if you pluck out Thor ragnarok, Spiderman movie wonder woman, dead pool, an aquaman, there is a willingness and obviously in to different degrees between those projects to embrace the core absurdity of the project right to calm either to comment on it. You know in sort of a meta explicit way like deadpool or to run, right? Towards the fact that this is a movie about a talking fish man, which I haven't seen. But from what I gather when I heard that Julie Andrews was voicing internal like ocean beast. Maybe whether meant to be whether it was intended to be funny or not. Yeah. I was embraced and Wonderwoman. Embrace the kitschy optimism of it which which kept in America, the first venture did as well as a period piece, and I really appreciate that. And so despite the there's some there's some residual conservative knee jerk thinking here that would people the only way to make America by comic book properties is if they are grim and gritty that's just not the case anymore. This is a generation was grown up on this stuff and understands that that a comic book story can be high or low or light or dark like any story. Yes. And so I'm pretty into the surrealism of the umbrella academy if anything I

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Go Out Or Stay In??

Anchor Entertainment Rundown

05:08 min | 2 years ago

Go Out Or Stay In??

"It's the weekend. The most wonderful time of all because that's when we at entertainment rundown. Play our weekly game go out or stay in so hold onto your hat or cover your head and Christmas tree lights because it's the holiday season, and why shouldn't your head be a lighthouse? The entertainment news starts now. We go. Julianne Andrews star of Mary Poppins, the classic documentary film about a British Virgo and her flying umbrella, we'll play a voice role in the upcoming aquaman film. What a coincidence because I hear the high notes Julie Andrews sang in the sound of music whenever Jason momoa, flips is hair under water like a sexy Poseidon. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have some aquaman slash Ursula the sea witch fan fiction to write and then save in a private folder on the cloud. Did you try to watch Tiger Woods play golf last week? If you did then you might be annoyed at Turner media who charged twenty dollars for fans to livestream the event, but then due to a technical glitch ended up giving the livestream away to any old person for free Turner media is being pressured to give refunds or just do something to make it right for the dedicated golf lovers. Who paid to watch the tournament? But I think there's a greater lesson here. And that is if you make any sort of commitment involving Tiger Woods, probably just go ahead. And assume that you are not exclusive. Jimmy legit meal who plays to Hani on the good place has spent the last week calling out celebrities such as khloe Kardashian and Cardi B who she'll die at t's on Instagram, or as she calls, it the laxative nonsense detox tea. She also said she hopes those celebrities poop their pants in public, quote, the way the poor women who by this nonsense upon their recommendation, do and quote, I think Jamila Jameel makes an excellent point here. And it's not just about cursing celebrities to poop their pants saying. I hope you your pants is really saying, I hope you experience a survivable humiliation that ultimately makes you a more down to earth, responsible and compassionate person. Everything is a metaphor except literally boob in your pants. The trailer for the new lion. King movie is out so watch it. And then find a young person shake them by the shoulders and yell. I remember when Simba with two-dimensional then sing the circle of life while the security escorts you from the building. It's the weekend. And that means it's time to play go out or stay in the weekly game. Where we pit the latest releases against the most recent morsels available to stream on net. Flicks. Representing go out this week is the favorite yet. Another in the long line of films that proves that a monarchy's most important function is as a backdrop for psycho-sexual mind games. It features Rachel Weisz and caused Emma stone, which is my favorite of all the stones. But before you Google famous monarchs and get lost in a sea of unsmiling faces representing stay in this week is the Princess switch. Netflix have been giving me the full court press on this movie for no less than two weeks. But why is it because it's about I guess princesses is it because it stars Vanessa Hudgens, and we both have Brown hair or maybe. Did something to Netflix, and rather than communicate directly about it's hurt feelings, it's acting out passive aggressively via very wrong movie recommendation either way, I'm not biting to quote, the famous amateur music, critic and hair gel model Simon Cowe. It's a no from me today. So put on a dusty hoop skirt and a dour GD attitude because this week's winner is go out. Also, everyone in the favourite looks like they need some vitamin d I think we could have prevented colonial imperialism entirely if everyone wasn't so cranky because they got all of their vitamins, take care guys. I'm a Livia Harewood, and I will get you next time until then recess a journ the podcast. You just heard was made using anchor ever thought about making your own podcast anchor makes it really easy for anyone to get started. It's a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing gas. Best of all, it's one hundred percent free. Sign up now at anchor dot FM slash new. That's anchor dot FM slash new to get started.

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Julie Andrews lends her legendary voice to 'Aquaman' - the direct competitor to 'Mary Poppins Returns'

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:44 min | 2 years ago

Julie Andrews lends her legendary voice to 'Aquaman' - the direct competitor to 'Mary Poppins Returns'

"What is your red light this week? So my red light this week is Julie Andrews now, I know a lot of you were like truly injuries is a treasure. She's one Oskar. She's Mary Poppins. Here's my problem with Julie Andrews now, she famously said she was not going to do a cameo in Mary Poppins returns because she did not want to distract from what Emily blunt was doing. And I thought that is classy lady, but instead, she's doing voice acting job in that stupid aquaman. That is the competitor for Mary Poppins the weekend at opens I've real problems Julie Andrews with you aligning yourself with the stupid, aquaman lake. You wanna be instead of being in a movie with Lin Manuel Miranda and Emily blunt? You want to be an film with amber heard is that what is that what you're hoping for? And I know something you might be like, well, Nicole Kidman's in it. Like, it's totally like, it's not. Nope. You don't get to be in the competing film after you've tried to been like, oh, no. No, I don't wanna I don't to like distract because I'm like a good person. You're not a good person. I don't like this as crazy every time. I see that promo like I gasped, and when Nikki kids comes up, and I'm like, okay. Are you under duress? Are they making you do this? What do they have on you? It's crazy. It's insane. It feels like they have some Scientology history on her that she's like, well, this is I've just gotta take one for the team. She's like all my I guess so Bainian movie. Let's go. I don't know why she's why you always make her cell aggressively. I'll why not it's more fun. I guess she leaves with Keith. And you're like Keith has rubbed off on her. She's logging. Lemme lemme ask my husband Kaethe ebb and what I should do. And he's like, hey, I'm capable and I think you should do this movie NICKY as perfect perfect

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