This morning’s segment felt as if Kathie Lee, Hoda and I had an off-camera conversation that happened to be caught-on-camera. They have an incredible ability to make an interview feel like a nice chat. I usually prepare, research, read many articles for the segment, but as soon as Hoda asks you the first question, you can’t help but feel as if they are very close friends of yours who you went to lunch with. Time flies by when you are with them. Enjoy the segment.
On this episode 14 of the Highly Relevant podcast, we’re reintroducing some pop culture elements back into the show, but I’m keeping politics because Donald Trump has blurred the lines of the affairs of the state and entertainment. No one seems to know what’s what anymore? Regardless, many things have happened in entertainment this week such as the Golden Globes/SAG/Grammy nominations as well as the arrival of “Star Wars: Rogue One” in theaters worth talking about plus more.Read More
This week Luis and I discussed Miley Cyrus and the theft of her home, then we segued into Justin Bieber‘s use of racist language. Did we think it was a mistake or did we think he was fully aware of what he was saying? We break it down! Listen to the radio segment and tell us what you think!Read More
This week some artists were busy trying to visually impact us, while others tried to have us listen. This music wrap up is a jumble of pop, rock and R&B that pay tribute to friends, snow and change.Read More
Since the start of his career, Justin Bieber has been making headlines although as the years have passed, they have more-or-less turned from good to negative – and no, you can’t pin them on Selena Gomez. Here are the singer’s 4 most WTF moments.Read More
So let’s get straight to the point… just how did Selena Gomez manage to beat one of the greatest acts in hip-hop and for that matter in music? If you haven’t heard, this week Selena Gomez bumped Jay-Z’s “Magna CartaHoly Grail” off the top spot on the Billboard 200 outselling H.O.V.A 97,000 copies to 77,000 copies respectively. And just like that defeats hip-hop’s 5-week reign and makes pop music the king. Let’s just call it a combination of extremely faithful fans and smart marketing.
After appearing in the awful horror thriller Aftershock by Chilean director Nicolás López, but redeeming herself in Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers, superstar Selena Gomez is ready to embrace even more screen time in WB’s Getaway. This B action thriller which looks like something Liam Neeson would have done 20 years ago, has a brand new poster with Selena’s name and face nicely featured. Check it out below!Read More