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    Whether you're in a long-term relationship or enjoying a one-night fling, women everywhere find themselves struggling to 'get in the mood' because they are so fixated on how their body looks.  While it's only natural, lacking confidence in the bedroom can have a hugely detrimental impact on your sex life, relationships and libido.   Psychotherapist and sex addiction therapist, Carol Juergensen-Sheets, from Indianapolis, Indiana, explains the steps every woman can take to counteract these insecurities in new podcast Late Night Netmums.  Speaking to one British woman worried about her stomach wrinkles, Carol explains how focusing on his hands and having 'eye sex' with the lights on are two shortcuts to banishing your body woes for good.    Psychotherapist Carol Juergensen-Sheets revealed her advice on being body confident in the bedroom on new podcast Late Night Netmums featuring questions from anonymous mothers. Stock image Use a 'sandwich approach' to broach the subject  The first step in tackling body insecurities, according to Carol, is communicating with your partner - sharing specifically why you feel bad about that particular part of your body.  She advises using the...
    Former Trump strategist and election conspiracy theorist Steve Bannon has retained lawyer David Schoen to defend him against contempt of Congress charges—notably despite the fact that he openly mocked Schoen during former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial. After being indicted by a federal grand jury last week, Bannon surrendered to federal authorities on Monday morning. The MAGA ally was charged after ignoring a subpoena from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection. The one-time Breitbart chief is scheduled to first appear in front of a federal judge on Monday afternoon. Schoen, meanwhile, notified the district court on Monday that he will represent Bannon. While Schoen has represented other Trump associates in the past, such as self-described “dirty trickster” Roger Stone, he is probably best known for defending the disgraced ex-president during his impeachment for inciting the Capitol riots. During those Senate impeachment proceedings, however, Bannon did not seem to think much of Schoen’s legal or political acumen, comparing the attorney to an “absent-minded professor” and blasting him for not peddling debunked claims of election fraud. On the Feb....
    Hice told Fox News Digital that the suit continues and that, despite a lengthy discovery process, it could end up in court around January 2022.What are the details? Kelly, a longtime broadcaster, recently invited Hice on her show to recall the finer details of his lawsuit against the CNN host. In a Wednesday report from the Daily Wire, however, Lemon's attorney was said to have sent a letter to Kelly complaining that she offered Hice an audience to retell his story. The letter, obtained by Radar Online, accused Kelly of providing a "lopsided and inaccurate" version of what reportedly took place between Lemon and Hice. The attorney, Caroline Polisi, also accused Kelly of paying “lip service to journalistic ethics." “Although you advertise your podcast as featuring 'honest' conversations without 'BS' or 'agenda,' your podcast today, in which you interviewed Dustin Hice, reveals that you only pay lip service to journalistic ethics," another portion of the letter added. The letter added that the filings on the public docket “substantially undermines Mr. Hice's credibility and...
    KIM Kardashian urged her fans "NOT to settle" after rapper Kanye West claimed the reality star is reportedly still his "wife" on a podcast despite the divorce filed back in February. Kim, 41, shared an inspirational and emotional quote in her Instagram Story. 5Kim Kardashian shared an inspirational quote on InstagramCredit: Instagram @kimkardashian 5Kanye West claimed Kim was still his 'wife'Credit: Revolt The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star reposted a message from The Open Invite, an account promoting self-love and empowerment.  In the snapshot, the empowering message appeared on a billboard above the streets. The statement read: "Ten years from now, make sure you can say you chose your life.  "You didn't settle for it." STILL TOGETHER? While appearing on the Drink Champs podcast, Kanye, 44, had repeatedly called the reality star his "wife" during the interview.  Most read in EntertainmentNEW WOMAN Sister Wives' Christine has lost weight and 'embraced change' after dumping KodySTILL HEALING Ailing Wendy Williams spotted in wheelchair with puffy legs outside penthouseTORI'S SAD SPELL Tori looks sad as she moves boxes in LA amid Dean 'marital issues'MACK'S MOBILE HOME Teen...
    Brooklyn Nets small forward Kevin Durant chatted with Insecure’s Issa Rae about the hit HBO show’s final season for The ETCs Podcast. Kevin Durant is a maverick. No, not the kind from Dallas — Durant is still with the Brooklyn Nets — but the 33-year-old baller has turned his incredible NBA career into so much more than basketball. Namely, KD has ventured into more creative outlets in the way that Kobe and LeBron have done, starting with his media company, Boardroom, but Durant hasn’t stopped there. Durant produces several media projects with his own production company, Thirty Five Ventures. While Durant is steadfastly adding to his Hall of Fame resume on the court, his investments are flourishing to the tune of million-dollar returns. Although he’s the head of this rapidly-growing media empire, Durant utilizes his platform to get face time with fellow icons in sport and culture. In September 2020, Durant launched The ETCs with Kevin Durant, which is a Boardroom-produced podcast. And to kick off season two of the podcast, Durant invited the ideal guest to talk new...
    Bruce Springsteen described the US political landscape as 'harrowing' on Monday during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The rocker, 72, was promoting his book and podcast Renegades, both of which he produced in conjunction with President Barack Obama, 60, and was asked by Stephen, 57, about the book's introduction.  Stephen said: 'You say these are treacherous times with much at stake, with everything at stake. I agree with you, but what do you mean about that, specifically. I mean, it's harrowing', while Bruce echoed: 'Oh, it's harrowing'.  Despite his concerns about the political landscape, he conceded that the promise of young people fighting for their rights is what 'gives hope'.   Harrowing landscaping: Bruce Springsteen described the US political landscape as 'harrowing' on Monday during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Bruce went on: 'Do you want Marjorie Taylor Greene, Matt Gaetz, Ron DeSantis and our ex-fearless leader deciding the fate of the American experiment?' Stephen asked how he keeps his hope up and Springsteen replied that he has to be a 'fighting optimist', as...
    Former chief White House strategist Steve Bannon wouldn't directly comment on the House vote to hold him in contempt Thursday, saying he's been 'sworn to silence' by his lawyers – although he invited Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on his podcast where she called the Jan. 6th probe a 'witch hunt.' 'Don't make me get the lawyers involved here,' Bannon said when the topic came up on his 'War Room Pandemic' podcast, after the House voted 229-202 to hold him in contempt – setting up a legal clash if the Justice Department decides to prosecute. But Greene, a Georgia Republican, made the case for him. She blasted the select House committee that demanded he appear as 'fake,' and defended his failure to comply with it. She also bashed Reps. Liz Cheney, Jamie Raskin, and Adam Schiff, confirming Raskin's account that she 'yelled at them' on the House floor.  'Here they are celebrating voting to hold an innocent American in contempt because you didn't go answer the subpoena and show up to their to their fake committee that isn't even constitutional,' she...
    Getty Mike and Lauren Sorrentino attend the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards. Since their son, Romeo’s birth on May 26, 2021, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino and his wife Lauren Sorrentino have discussed parenthood on social media and their podcast “Here’s the Sitch with Mike & Laurens.” For instance, on a recent podcast episode, uploaded on August 24, the Sorrentinos discussed what they planned on teaching their first-born child. Mike Sorrentino Recently Spoke About Making Decisions  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mike"The Situation"Sorrentino (@mikethesituation) During the podcast episode, Mike shared that he has been more lenient with his diet as of late. This led to a discussion about “self-improvement.”  “We all know that I’m not perfect and really no one is, but if you are working toward your goals, progress over perfection. One day at a time. You know, getting on the path of self-improvement, you got an awesome shot,” explained Mike.  He then asked Lauren for confirmation that they have been “a lot happier” since adapting to the mindset “of progress over perfection.” His...
    Mike Richards on Friday announced he was stepping down as the new host of Jeopardy! effective immediately over some crude comments that he made on a podcast in 2014 mocking women, Jews and Haiti. Richards released a statement through Sony, which produces the long-running TV game show, saying that moving forward with his hosting duties would be 'too much of a distraction' for the fans of Jeopardy! amid the controversy swirling around his past remarks.  The podcast, titled, 'The Randumb Show,' Richards was recorded referring to his former assistant, Beth Triffon, as a 'booth slut,' while criticizing women's weight and praising 'the average white-guy host.'   Richards, who was an executive producer for The Price is Right at the time, hosted the podcast from 2013-2014.   New information has resurfaced on newly-appointed Jeopardy! host Mike Richards, (pictured) who was recorded making crude comments about women, Jews, and Haiti on a podcast he hosted in 2014 Titled, 'The Randumb Show,' Richards (above) was recorded referring to his former assistant, Beth Triffon, (below) as a 'booth slut,' while criticizing women's weight and praising 'the...
    Jeopardy! host Mike Richards has groveled over a 2014 podcast where he called women sluts and mocked Jews as well as Haiti - four years after he faced four years sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuits. The podcast, titled, 'The Randumb Show,' Richards was recorded referring to his former assistant, Beth Triffon, as a 'booth slut,' while criticizing women's weight and praising 'the average white-guy host.'   Richards, who was an executive producer for The Price is Right at the time, hosted the podcast from 2013-2014.   New information has resurfaced on newly-appointed Jeopardy! host Mike Richards, (pictured) who was recorded making crude comments about women, Jews, and Haiti on a podcast he hosted in 2014 Titled, 'The Randumb Show,' Richards (above) was recorded referring to his former assistant, Beth Triffon, (below) as a 'booth slut,' while criticizing women's weight and praising 'the average white-guy host.' During the segment, Triffon was discussing working as a model at the annual CES tech show event in Las Vegas, when Richards dubbed her a 'booth ho,' 'booth slut' and 'boothstitute.'   In another episode, the host commented...
    H3 Podcast's Ethan Klein said he was "sad" to see his former co-host Trisha Paytas film with Keemstar. Instagram/@h3h3productions, @keemstar The "Frenemies" fallout between the YouTube podcast's former co-hosts isn't over. Trisha Paytas will appear on Keemstar's podcast despite his feud with Ethan Klein. Klein responded that he turned down an interview with Paytas' enemy, Gabbie Hanna. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. The YouTube-star podcast war continues with an eyebrow-raising schedule for Daniel "Keemstar" Keem's podcast, "Mom's Basement." Keem interviewed both Trisha Paytas and Gabbie Hanna, two controversial YouTubers who famously hate each other and are both involved in feuds with other creators. Teasers for the appearances prompted Klein to reveal that he turned down an interview with Hanna out of respect for Paytas, sparking a new public battle between the two former "Frenemies" co-hosts.  Keem's announcement also shocked former fans...
    Paytas defended their appearance, saying they're just "trying to find peace." Screenshot H3H3 Productions/Drama Alert/TikTok/Trisha Paytas Last night, Keemstar revealed on Twitter that Paytas was a guest on the "Mom's Basement" podcast. Ethan Klein said Paytas' podcast appearance made him "sad," and his mom called Paytas a "weasel." Paytas defended their appearance on the podcast, saying that this doesn't mean they're "team Keem." Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. YouTuber Trisha Paytas has defended their decision to appear on Keemstar and FaZe Bank's podcast "Mom's Basement" amid widespread backlash, including from their future brother-in-law Ethan Klein and his parents.  On Sunday, YouTuber Daniel Keem, aka Keemstar, posted a picture of himself, podcast co-host FaZe Banks, and Paytas in the "Mom's Basement" studio along with a tweet suggesting they will be appearing on the podcast together.—KEEM ???? (@KEEMSTAR) August 15, 2021  Paytas, who...
    Joe Rogan blasted so-called ‘vaccine passports’ saying that requiring Americans to show proof of vaccination in order to gain entry into restaurants, airplanes, bars, and sporting events moves the country ‘one step closer’ to dictatorship. Rogan, whose podcast The Joe Rogan Experience is one of the most listened to on the internet, told his listeners on Friday that ‘the problem with applauding vaccine passports’ is that politicians ‘are not going to give that power up.’ His comments, which were broadcast on the Spotify streaming service, were praised by Donald Trump Jr, the former president’s eldest son, who tweeted: ‘Joe Rogan gets it.’ 'When you give people freedom, you let people do whatever the f*** they want to do, they actually find ways to succeed and grow and thrive,' Rogan said. 'But as soon as you put the boots to them, as soon as you tell them, "You have to do this, or you can't do that. You have to listen to me," now you have a mini dictator. Joe Rogan blasted so-called ‘vaccine passports’ saying that requiring Americans to...
    10 deals you don’t want to miss on Sunday: Rare Nest Thermostat sale, Alexa in your car for $19.99, $12 Kasa smart bulbs, more Dolphins CB Xavien Howard updates trade-request status: I hope it gets better © Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images John Stamos said the goal of "Snatching Sinatra" wasn't to decide if Barry Keenan was "was right or wrong" when the former businessman kidnapped Frank Sinatra Jr. in 1963. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images John Stamos hopes to "shine a light" on mental illness in his new podcast "Snatching Sinatra." Barry Keenan talks about mental health issues, addiction, and kidnapping Frank Sinatra Jr. in 1963. Keenan was sentenced to 75 years in prison but only served 4.5 years. A court called him "insane." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. John Stamos said he hopes to "shine a light" on mental illness in his new true-crime podcast "The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra" by having the kidnapper himself recount the abduction of the legendary Frank Sinatra's teenage son. The 10-episode podcast, which debuted Tuesday, tells the story of...
    John Stamos said the goal of "Snatching Sinatra" wasn't to decide if Barry Keenan was "was right or wrong" when the former businessman kidnapped Frank Sinatra Jr. in 1963. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images John Stamos hopes to "shine a light" on mental illness in his new podcast "Snatching Sinatra." Barry Keenan talks about mental health issues, addiction, and kidnapping Frank Sinatra Jr. in 1963. Keenan was sentenced to 75 years in prison but only served 4.5 years. A court called him "insane." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. John Stamos said he hopes to "shine a light" on mental illness in his new true-crime podcast "The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra" by having the kidnapper himself recount the abduction of the legendary Frank Sinatra's teenage son.  The 10-episode podcast, which debuted Tuesday, tells the story of Barry Keenan kidnapping then 19-year-old Frank Sinatra Jr. in 1963 to secure a hefty ransom of $240,000 from the elder Sinatra. Stamos, the host, chats with Keenan, who opens up about his ultra-religious family, mental health, addiction, and the crime at the...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry said her ex Javi Marroquin will be a guest on her Baby Mamas podcast after the pair slammed his ex Lauren Comeau. The 29-year-old confirmed the news on Tuesday's episode of the podcast, which she cohosts with her ex Joe Rivera's wife, Vee. 5Kailyn revealed on the latest episode of her podcast that her she recorded an episode with her ex JaviCredit: Instagram @kaillowry 5Javi explains on his episode his concerns about Kailyn sharing personal details about his family on Teen Mom 2Credit: Getty After admitting that she is trying to be "mindful" about what she shares on Teen Mom 2 pertaining to her children and their fathers, Kailyn revealed that Javi will make an appearance on an upcoming episode. Kailyn told her cohost, "I actually just recorded a podcast with Javi, not related to you at all." She described her conversation with Javi where he said: "There are people that support us and they may not agree with us but they support us. And then there are the trolls who just bash...
    Joe Rogan went after those who condemned Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) for appearing on his podcast as a Democratic presidential candidate in 2019, calling it a “coordinated” attack. Rogan invited journalist Jesse Singal to the podcast on Wednesday, during which Singal claimed that the response Sanders received for meeting with the Joe Rogan Experience host contributed to his “gradual loss of faith” in mainstream media. “Well, that was coordinated,” Rogan replied. “It was coordinated because they didn’t want Bernie to win. It’s really simple.” Singal then questioned if Rogan thinks supporters of Hillary Clinton amplified the backlash to prevent Sanders from winning in the Democratic primaries. “One hundred percent,” Rogan said. “They connected Bernie to me, they took jokes out of context, and they connected Bernie to being a person who supports someone who has abhorrent views. That’s what it is.” “If I had done the exact same conversation with the exact same endorsement of [Joe] Biden, or whoever they wanted at the time, they would have applauded it and they would have amplified it. They didn’t want Bernie to win. Really clear and simple.” Rogan noted that he...
    Ursula Burns hired to lead embattled consulting firm Teneo The red-hot U.S. economy cools off, ISM finds, because of major shortages and not enough workers Subscribe to Posted Up with Chris Haynes Apple Podcasts • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Podcasts Golden State Warriors swingman Kelly Oubre, Jr. joins Chris Haynes on the podcast this week to talk about his promising young career and what he expects out of his next chapter as he enters free agency later in the summer.  Kelly talks about adjusting to his diminished role in Golden State this year, why he thinks he's one of the best 2-way players in this year's free agent class, and how he feels about his former team, the Phoenix Suns, competing in the NBA Finals, which kick off Tuesday night. Stay up to date with the latest NBA news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNBA. Follow Chris @ChrisBHaynes Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts
    Lawsuit: Woman searched for safe place to pull over as cop rammed car With open skies treaty dead, Russia kills post-cold war open lands deal with U.S. © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo DJ D-Nice recently opened up about his meteoric rise to Instagram fame during a recent appearance on the Spout podcast. The 50-year-old musician gained a large Instagram following at the beginning of the pandemic due to his widely-viewed live DJ sets on Instagram Live, which were entitled Homeschool at Club Quarantine. The former Boogie Down Productions member spoke about how his audience grew literally overnight and noted that the experience, although welcome, was something that he was not expecting.  © Provided by Daily Mail ( He recalled, 'I went from 200,000 [Instagram followers] and I woke up the next day and I had 900,000 followers and then like three hours later, I was at like 1.1 million. I don’t know, it was just crazy.' The beatboxer, born Derrick Jones, did point out that, although he was not prepared for the sudden rise in his audience, he...
    KAILYN Lowry has revealed her ex Chris Lopez appeared on her podcast - but "mumbled" his way through it. The Teen Mom 2 star, 29, shaded her baby daddy by saying they couldn't air any of the chat because Chris was intelligible. ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom. 7Kailyn Lowry said Chris Lopez appeared on her podcast but 'mumbled' the whole timeCredit: Instagram Kailyn made the admission while clapping back at critics who wanted to know why Chris or her other baby daddy Javi Marroquin hadn't featured on her podcasts. “I wanted to clear the air really quickly,” the MTV star said in a video on her Instagram Story. “Javi has been on Coffee Convos not once but twice. And Chris and I actually recorded an episode with [Kailyn’s co-host] Lindsie [Chrisley] for Coffee Convos. "Unfortunately, he mumbled his way through it and so we were unable to air that episode.” 7She said they couldn't use any of the episodeCredit: TikTok 7She made the admission after being asked why Chris never appeared on her podcastCredit: Instagram The...
    PRINCE Harry has 'added more fuel to the flames' of his rift with Prince William and Kate with his comment on princesses, says an expert. The Duke of Sussex, 36, made a slight dig at the traditional role of princesses in an explosive podcast with actor Dax Shepard. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates 3Prince Harry was inspired by Meghan's outlook on what makes a princessCredit: PA In the Armchair Expert chat, he shared Meghan's views on princesses, claiming she had the "most amazing explanation". "You don't need to be a princess, you can create the life that will be better than any princess.' It's something like that. "And that's coming from her own lived experience. "We got together and she was like 'wow, this is very different to what my friends at the beginning said it would be.'" Royal expert Adam Helliker said: "Those in Kate and William’s circle who will most definitely see Harry’s comments as adding more fuel to the flames between the two camps. "One side portrayed as...
    Prince Harry has spoken of 'going wild' as he chatted with a Hollywood star about their own drugs and alcohol problems. The Duke of Sussex, 36, was speaking on actor Dax Shepard's 'Armchair Expert' mental health podcast when he made the remarks. Harry was quizzing the star - who is married to Frozen actress Kristen Bell -  about the American's substance use in high school. The Royal asked him about Shepard's 'awareness' of what sparked his path towards drugs as a teenager. Harry told him 'For you it was your upbringing and everything that happened to you - the trauma, pain and suffering. 'All of a sudden you find yourself doing a s***load of drugs and partying hard. 'Look how many other people do that as well. They wouldn’t have the awareness at the time. 'I certainly wouldn’t have had the awareness when I was going wild. 'It’s like why am I actually doing this? In the moment its like, this is fun. I’m in my 20s - it’s what you’re supposed to do.' Prince Harry has a drink...
    Surprise! He's actually quite awesome. I was wrong about Joe Biden, and Kerry Eleveld sees a potential for historical greatness in a president that couldn’t muster double digits in this site’s straw polls during primary campaign season.  Meanwhile, on the other side of the tracks, things are fugly as elected Republicans willfully surrender to Donald Trump’s Big Lie and work to excommunicate anyone who doesn’t agree that Joe Biden nefariously stole the election. It’s been an eventful 100 days, with the parties headed in clearly opposite directions—Democrats are promoting a popular agenda and Joe Biden is enjoying remarkably high approval ratings for this polarized environment, and Republicans are in the midst of a civil war where the side leading the charge has lost all touch with reality and isn’t even bothering trying to win public opinion. It’s finding solace in suppressing the right to vote instead.  Kerry and I will dig deeply into both the Biden and Trump phenomenons in this week’s edition of The Brief, our weekly podcast about politics. This is actually quite interesting, so please do join us for either the video...
    By Kerry Flynn | CNN Business Joe Rogan, one of the world’s highest paid and most popular podcast hosts, is giving air to anti-vaccine narratives. On his Spotify exclusive podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Rogan told listeners that if a 21-year-old asked him if they should get vaccinated, he would suggest no. “People say, do you think it’s safe to get vaccinated? I’ve said, yeah, I think for the most part it’s safe to get vaccinated. I do. I do,” Rogan said on the podcast. “But if you’re like 21 years old, and you say to me, should I get vaccinated? I’ll go no. Are you healthy? Are you a healthy person?” “If you’re a healthy person, and you’re exercising all the time, and you’re young, and you’re eating well,” Rogan continued, “like, I don’t think you need to worry about this.” Media Matters brought attention to the podcast episode on Tuesday, which was released on April 23. Since signing Rogan to a licensing deal reportedly worth more than $100 million, Spotify is no stranger...
    New York (CNN Business)Joe Rogan, one of the world's highest paid and most popular podcast hosts, is giving air to anti-vaccine narratives. On his Spotify (SPOT) exclusive podcast, "The Joe Rogan Experience," Rogan told listeners that if a 21-year-old asked him if they should get vaccinated, he would suggest no. "People say, do you think it's safe to get vaccinated? I've said, yeah, I think for the most part it's safe to get vaccinated. I do. I do," Rogan said on the podcast. "But if you're like 21 years old, and you say to me, should I get vaccinated? I'll go no. Are you healthy? Are you a healthy person?""If you're a healthy person, and you're exercising all the time, and you're young, and you're eating well," Rogan continued, "like, I don't think you need to worry about this."Media Matters brought attention to the podcast episode on Tuesday, which was released on April 23. Read MoreSince signing Rogan to a licensing deal reportedly worth more than $100 million, Spotify is no stranger to controversy spurred by the star's remarks. Rogan...
    Troubled comic Andy Dick is trying to get his life together — on a podcast. Dick, who has publicly struggled with addiction, is launching a podcast called, “ADickted to Love,” where he will talk with doctors, therapists, spiritual leaders, and recovery specialists to try and get him on the right path. Dick is well known for his highly publicized boozy behavior, but on the first episode he tells relationship therapist Dr. Tammy Nelson that it’s actually not his addictions to drugs and alcohol that get him into the most trouble. “It’s the relationships and sex addiction,” he said. Now that he’s said it, that actually makes a lot of sense of his infamous outbursts. In 2019, Dick was charged with groping a driver from a ride-hailing service. In 2018, he pled not guilty to misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor sexual battery after allegedly groping a woman’s buttocks. Andy Dick and fiancée Elisa Jordana.Instagram He was fired from an indie movie the year before after being accused of groping cast and crew members. He denied the claims he groped, but...
    Joe Rogan insulted Trisha Paytas on his podcast, prompting a savage 8-minute response from the YouTuber. Trisha Paytas, Joe Rogan / YouTube Trisha Paytas hit out at Joe Rogan after he insulted them on his podcast. A guest told Rogan she subscribed to Paytas' OnlyFans, to which Rogan said: "You can keep that." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Trisha Paytas has found her next internet feud in podcast megastar Joe Rogan. Paytas, an enormously popular yet polarizing YouTube personality and OnlyFans creator, was recently a topic of conversation on "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, which has sparked controversy with episodes such as those that included interviews with far-right figures Alex Jones, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Gavin Mcinnes. Comedian Ali Macofsky appeared on the show on April 13, where she said she was a subscriber of Paytas' OnlyFans. She said Paytas was a "savage," and discussed their content, citing a naked house tour around their new mansion. On the latest episode, Rogan asked a member of the team to pull up a picture of Paytas. When looking at...
    Nick Viall met girlfriend Natalie Joy after she sent him a message on Instagram. Nick Viall/Instagram "Bachelor" star Nick Viall is currently dating surgical technologist Natalie Joy.  Viall told Insider that they met after Joy sent him a message on Instagram.  "It was playful enough, and I guess it didn't come across as weird?" he said with a laugh.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Nick Viall is the latest Bachelor Nation alum to find romance via Instagram.  The former "Bachelor" star — who spoke to Insider after announcing the launch of Network Viall Files Media Group, his new podcast network — is currently dating Natalie Joy, a surgical technologist.  Viall revealed that it was Joy who messaged him first on the app.   "It was playful enough, and I guess it didn't come across as weird?" he said with a laugh.  A post shared by Nick Viall (@nickviall) Viall admitted that, at the time, he was unsure about whether he should respond to her first message.  "But thankfully I did," he said. "And it...
    AEW Superstar Chris Jericho is the latest guest on Stone Cold Steve Austin’s Broken Skull podcast. In the latest sneak peek trailer, Jericho revealed some of his favorite moments and wrestlers. In the clip, we see Austin and Jericho playing rapid-fire. They made a “list of Jericho” where Austin gave the “Le Champion” a category and the latter had to give his top one or two answers. The first of the categories was “best talkers,” for which Jericho named ‘The Rock’ and the ‘Texas Rattle Snake.’ For the best opponent, Jericho named Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels and former Tag Team partner Kevin Owens. However, the ‘controversial’ part came when Jericho named his favorite tag team partners. They were Big Show and Sammy Guevara, both of whom belong to AEW. He also named Dean Malenko and Eddie Guerrero and named Rey Mysterio as the top high flyer. As some future Hall of Famers, Jericho named Owens, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns. To this Austin added, “I’ll throw you in the mix.” Chris Jericho reveals his favorite WrestleMania...
              Live from Music Row Friday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed author and political writer Ben Weingarten to the newsmakers line. During the second hour, Weingarten outlined what inspired him to write his latest book about Ilhan Omar and his new podcast NatCon Squad which he co-hosts with other millennial conservatives. Towards the end of the segment, he predicted in detail what we may see from a Biden presidency going forward. Leahy: We welcome to our newsmaker line Ben Weingarten. He’s a co-host of a new podcast new show called the NatCon Squad. A production of the Edmund Burke Foundation. Their first episode is the trouble with Big Tech. He is also the author of a book and I love this title Ben. American Ingrate: Ilhan Omar and the Progressive-Islamist Takeover of the Democratic Party. Welcome to The Tennessee Star Report, Ben. Weingarten: It’s my pleasure. Thanks so much for...
    Gunman kills one, injures four at Minnesota clinic; cops say suspect unhappy with medical care Union approves deal with Chicago schools to return to class Former SNL cast member said Trump loved his blatantly racist character on the show © Will Heath/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images Bobby Moynihan as Drunk Uncle, Colin Jost during "Weekend Update" in Studio 8H on May 20, 2017. Will Heath/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images An ex-SNL cast member said Trump loved his blatantly racist character, who was a Trump supporter. Bobby Moynihan's "Drunk Uncle" persona declared his admiration for Trump during an 2015 SNL episode. Moynihan said during "The Last Laugh" podcast that Trump apparently missed the joke. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A former cast member on Saturday Night Live said former President Donald Trump loved his blatantly racist character, whom he played as a Trump supporter in one of his last skits on the show. Actor and comedian Bobby Moynihan, who appeared on an episode of "The Last Laugh" podcast released...
    Bobby Moynihan as Drunk Uncle, Colin Jost during "Weekend Update" in Studio 8H on May 20, 2017. Will Heath/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images An ex-SNL cast member said Trump loved his blatantly racist character, who was a Trump supporter. Bobby Moynihan's "Drunk Uncle" persona declared his admiration for Trump during an 2015 SNL episode. Moynihan said during "The Last Laugh" podcast that Trump apparently missed the joke. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A former cast member on "Saturday Night Live" said former President Donald Trump loved his racist character on the show, whom the cast member played as a Trump supporter in one of his last skits on the show. Actor and comedian Bobby Moynihan appeared on an episode of "The Last Laugh" podcast released Monday. Moynihan was a part of the "SNL" cast for nearly a decade playing a variety of satirical characters, including an unabashedly racist persona known to audiences as "Drunk Uncle." Moynihan told The Daily Beast's Matt Wilstein, who hosts the podcast, that Trump didn't know one of...
    Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is set to sit down with porn star Stormy Daniels in their first ever interaction after she sued the president in a scandalous lawsuit that once overshadowed his presidency.  The unlikely pair will come face-to-face for a no-holds barred, tell-all interview on Cohen's new podcast, Mea Culpa airing next Monday on Podcast One, streaming platform LiveXLive announced.  The meeting will mark the first time Cohen and Daniels, who are now on the same side of the Trump coin, will have interacted. Stormy Daniels is expected to lift the lid on her alleged relationship with Donald Trump in a bombshell interview on Michael Cohen's podcast Mea Culpa airing next Monday The adult film star, real name Stephanie Clifford, accused Cohen of offering her a $130,000 payment in 2016 exchange for her silence on her alleged affair with Trump (pictured together) a decade earlier   Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, will open up on what really transpired between her and Trump, with whom she claims she had an affair in 2006. The alleged relationship had...
    Ben Affleck as Batman in "Justice League." Warner Bros. Ben Affleck revealed he wore his Batman suit to his son's birthday party while on The Hollywood Reporter's "Awards Chatter" podcast. "I wore the suit to my son's birthday party, which was worth every moment of suffering on 'Justice League,'" the actor revealed. Affleck has been playing Batman since 2016's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." The star admitted on the podcast that he was "drinking too much" around the time of making "Justice League." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Ben Affleck-era as Batman has been a turbulent one, but he recently said it was all worth it because his son saw him in the iconic role. In fact, the Oscar-winning actor, who has played The Dark Knight since 2016's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," and will play the character once more in the upcoming "The Flash" movie (as well as Zack Snyder's upcoming "Justice League" cut on HBO Max), gave his son the ultimate birthday gift one year. "I wore the suit to my...
    Joe Rogan is one of the biggest stars in the UFC, although it for his work outside the octagon. The former Fear Factor host has grown into one of the most beloved UFC commentators and his podcast ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ is a cultural phenomenon with millions of downloads and views per episode. Rogan took to his Instagram to update his followers on the recent diet plan he’s incorporated into his lifestyle. PASADENA, CA – APRIL 17: Comedian Joe Rogan performs during his appearance at The Ice House Comedy Club on April 17, 2019 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Michael S. Schwartz/Getty Images) Rogan is well known for his love of hunting and is often seen grilling his elk meat on his social media. While many Americans would cancel out meat from their diet, Joe is now on his second attempt at the ‘carnivore diet’. Read: Khabib Nurmagomedov Posts Game of Throne Replica of the Iron Throne with Himself on It Joe Rogan goes all in on his carnivore diet The host of the JRE, now on Spotify,...
    In Americas hardest-hit county, COVID deaths claimed parents, friends $600 or $700 second check to be in the final stimulus package? Todays update Forward press podcast: Scott Stallings on his time with COVID-19, his health and more Welcome to episode 72 of Forward Press, a weekly podcast from your friends at Golfweek. © Provided by Golfweek In this edition of Forward Press, Golfweek’s David Dusek chats with three-time PGA Tour winner Scott Stallings about his recent experience with COVID-19, how he maintains his health while playing out on the Tour, his favorite moments from this unusual season, and much more. You can download the Forward Press podcast and listen on all of your favorite platforms, including: iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Castbox and Radio Public. Did you like what you heard? You can catch up on previous episodes of the Forward Press podcast here. MORE:College golf: SEC teams will compete inside conference 'footprint' this spring PNC Championship: Who's in the field, plus tee times, TV times, format Seasoned player Laura Bavaird leads GAM membership effort College golf facilities: Ball State Cardinals Arnold Palmer-designed course near Reno sees ownership change
    Loading the player... In the sixth episode of Eric’s Perspective, podcast hosted by Eric Hanks, George Evans shares his life story as a multi-talented African American artist in an interview with Eric. Evans introduces himself as a native of Los Angeles, who was born in an artistic home and lived part of his childhood and young age on 89th Street. The African American artist happens to do a lot besides art—he is a photographer, a graphic designer and an art teacher.  Read More: Terry McMillan shares her writing journey on ‘Eric’s Perspective Podcast’ Evans’ father was a commercial artist, his elder sister was a poetic writer, and his younger brother and sister were musicians. He says his early exposure to art at age 9 was accredited to his father, who would always put a paintbrush in his hand to guide him on his paintings. Evans’ high school days marked the beginning of his photography practice. His father introduced him to Larry Valentine, who taught him all he knows about photography. Throughout Evans’ apprenticeship days with Valentine, he edited and...
    Joe Rogan interviewing Alex Jones. The Joe Rogan Experience/YouTube Podcast host Joe Rogan invited Alex Jones, America's most prominent conspiracy theorist, on his show this week. Rogan defended hosting Jones by saying he's "gotten so many things right" — even as he's made false inflammatory claims like saying the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax — and has been backed by Spotify's CEO. While Rogan occasionally pushed back on some of Jones's outlandish statements, Jones still made false claims at least 10 times throughout the episode that went unchallenged. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On Tuesday, Joe Rogan interviewed Alex Jones on his show. The very existence of the episode was immediately controversial. Rogan is the host of "The Joe Rogan Experience," the most popular podcast in the US. Jones runs Infowars and is the most prominent conspiracy theorist in America. Critics say that Rogan should never have given Jones such a major platform. Jones has promulgated conspiracy theories about the US government orchestrating 9/11, the Sandy Hook shooting being a hoax, and that chemicals put...
    Dr Disrespect has been in the news lately for all the right reasons. His recent collaborations have been the talk of the town as he looks to grow his brand on YouTube. Following the controversy of his Twitch ban, Doc had a tough time dealing with his anxiety. Thankfully, he is coping well with it and is back to his “Violence, Speed, Momentum” days. Now, it seems he is ready for some more drama as he reignites his ‘beef’ with H3. Also Read: “It’s Gonna be Worth It”- Dr Disrespect on Upgrading The Arena H3 Podcast is a YouTube channel run by the husband-wife duo of Ethan and Hila Klien. The podcast is quite successful and it even has a great fanbase. Interestingly, Dr Disrespect was on the H3 podcast in 2017 where he revealed a lot of details about his life as a streamer. Although, what happened before they started shooting the podcast was a completely different story. Dr Disrespect parked his Lambo in H3’s spot which is what kicked off the beef In his latest video, a donor...
    Matthew McConaughey is said being a Christian in Hollywood hasn't caused him problems, but he has watched others in entertainment limit expressions of their faith The Oscar-winner made a recent appearance on “The Joe Rogan Experience” promoting the release of his memoir “Greenlights,” and dropped his guard while discussing the touchy topics of his experience being a Christian in Hollywood, defunding the police and cancel culture. "We're making people persona non grata because of something they do that is right now deemed wrong or it's the hot point in a hot topic right now," McConaughey, 50, told the Spotify podcast host. "You can't erase someone's entire existence. Where the heck does some forgiveness go?" When pressed by Rogan, 53, if he himself has experienced any level of discrimination within showbiz for being a vocal Christian in an overtly liberal industry, the “Dallas Buyers Club” performer said he “hasn’t had any difficulties” but noted that he has observed many of his peers publicly pulling back on the idea of placing their faith in a higher power, despite McConaughey claiming he has previously prayed over...
    Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former reality TV star who became a top White House aide to President Donald Trump, has revealed she has multiple secret 'tapes' of Lara Trump 'bad mouthing' the first family. Omarosa, speaking to Michael Cohen on his podcast Mea Culpa, was asked about the secret recordings she made of the president's daughter-in-law during her time in government. In a clip of the podcast audio, obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com, Omarosa said: 'Let's be clear, I have Lara badmouthing Ivanka, I have Lara badmouthing Donald, I have Lara badmouthing Melania. 'The reason why Lara doesn't say much about me is because if she recalls all the conversations we had, particularly when we were on the Women for Trump bus, she was saying some things that I think the family would be quite interested in.' Omarosa is referring to the Trump campaign's national Women for Trump bus tour during the 2016 election campaign, which was aimed at gathering support among women for Trump's run for the White House. Scroll down for video  Omarosa Manigault Newman has told Michael Cohen...
    Former President Bill Clinton is slated to have his own podcast. “The show will be built on his gift for storytelling, his ability to explain complex issues in a relatable way, and showcase his wide range of interests and well-known intellectual curiosity through conversations about the ideas and events that continue to shape his work and our world,” Clinton Foundation communications chief Craig Minassian said. The podcast is slated to be released next year through a collaboration between iHeart Media and the Clinton Foundation, according to Deadline. “The podcast is inspired by President Clinton’s belief that the purpose of his work in public service is to give people the opportunity to live their best life story,” Minassian added. The Clinton Foundation had a podcast last year, as well, called Why Am I Telling You This?, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was rumored earlier this year to have an upcoming podcast also. The announcement comes after other powerful politicians have dabbled in multimedia platforms, such as a documentary produced by the Obama family last year...
    Los Angeles Lakers guard Danny Green called out “bandwagoners” who have relentlessly criticized his play throughout the playoffs. Lakers shooting guard Danny Green has faced his fair share of criticism after a string of rough outings in the NBA bubble, but the 33-year-old appears to have had enough with Lakers fans calling him out. Green spoke extensively on his podcast about the hate that he was received for his subpar play and called out those piling on as “bandwagon fans,” saying that if they truly supported the Lakers, they would root for him to improve rather than attempting to tear him and the team down. On his latest podcast, Danny Green didnt hold back on the fans that have been going after him online. "For the bandwagoners: Youre not real fans. Youre just bandwagon fans. Youre only fans when things are going good. Those arent true fans."https://t.co/SbL3vc0AQW pic.twitter.com/satBbtgBo1 — Harrison Faigen (@hmfaigen) September 1, 2020 Green acknowledged that the Lakers have struggled at times in the bubble, and his shooting has been concerning. He shot above 40 percent from...
    Joe Rogan fans have been left disappointed after the outspoken comedian's podcast back catalog was noticeably missing controversial episodes featuring the likes of InfoWars host Alex Jones and comedian Chris D'Elia, who has been accused of sexual misconduct. The Joe Rogan Experience arrived on the music streaming service Tuesday, potentially taking listeners from the likes of Apple and Google where previous episodes are available. However, social media users and even past guests whose episodes were missing suggested Spotify had censored the clips and wondered whether Rogan's $100million deal announced in May meant his non-politically correct style would change. 'If they left these podcast out just think about how many guest he can't have on without spotify's approval, so much for free speech Joe,' one fan wrote. Joe Rogan fans have been left disappointed after the outspoken comedian's Spotify podcast back catalog was noticeably missing controversial episodes Interviews featuring the likes of InfoWars host Alex Jones (pictured) were not initially available but Jones said in a video that he spoke to Rogan who said the  interviews will be uploaded...
    Ellen Show executives were reportedly informed of toxic workplace allegations in 2018 Dow Futures Sputter Ahead of Powell Speech; Hurricane Laura Bears Down on Texas and Louisiana Coast Forward Press Special Edition: Tom Doak on building Pacific Dunes, his new book Welcome to episode 60 of Forward Press, a weekly podcast from Golfweek. © Provided by Golfweek In this special edition of Forward Press, golf designer Jay Blasi chats with world renowned golf course architect, Tom Doak, about his process when designing a new course, discussing a project with a client, his new book “Getting To 18” and much more. You can download the podcast and listen on all of your favorite platforms, including: iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, Castbox and Radio Public. Catch up on previous episodes of Forward Press here. Listen to this week’s episode below: MORE:Phil Mickelson shines again, admits he might be 'hard to catch' at Ozarks National Golfweek's Best Courses You Can Play 2020: Minnesota Tiger Woods-backed PopStroke sets opening date in Fort Myers Dustin Johnson celebrates playoff win by prepping for BMW Championship Louis Oosthuizen needs some more heroics at BMW Championship to get to...
    An infamous New York mobster who became arguably the most consequential turncoat in the history of organized crime is reinventing himself as a social media star, vowing to tell the full story of 'our thing'.  Salvatore 'Sammy the Bull' Gravano, 75, became a government informant in 1991 and helped bring down 39 mobsters, including John Gotti, head of the Gambino crime family.  Gravano, an underboss in the Gambino family, was the highest-ranking member of New York's Five Families - Bonanno, Colombo, Gambino, Genovese and Lucchese - to ever 'flip', and he testified in court against Gotti.  'Sammy The Bull' Gravano has begun posting pictures like this on Instagram from his studio Gravano is pictured opening the door for John Gotti in Little Italy in April 1990 Gravano was sentenced to one year in 1994 and then went into the witness protection system in Arizona, only to ask to be removed a year later, so he could give interviews and write his 1997 book, Underboss. In 2001 he pleaded guilty to drug trafficking - Gravano was believed to be running the...
    A police officer in Connecticut is drawing local attention for his podcast in which he touts a number of conspiracy theories related to QAnon and the coronavirus. Hide Jason Bandy’s weekly broadcast, For The Love, is available through YouTube SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, and Buzzsprout, according to the New Haven Independent, which first reported on Bandy’s controversial online presence. The New Haven officer, along with his podcast guests, talks about how public figures—including Tom Hanks, Ellen DeGeneres, Jimmy Kimmel, Hillary Clinton, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, among others—are allegedly part of a satanic-worshipping child sex trafficking ring. Hide QAnon is a far-right fringe conspiracy that alleges left-leaning entertainers and politicians run a pedophile ring and that President Donald Trump is working to take them down. “I’m scared for humanity, bro,” he tells a guest on one episode. “I put a lot of the QAnon and connecting of the dots info just because I want people to open their minds up.” Under one of his videos, which was reposted to the platform by another user, YouTube offers additional “context” on QAnon. In the...
    Comedian Bryan Callen has adamantly denied allegations of rape and sexual misconduct detailed by four women in a report yesterday. The Goldbergs actor took to Twitter last night to hit back at the claims made in the LA Times and vowed to tell his 'truth' on his podcast, The Fighter And The Kid today. 6Bryan Callen has adamantly denied allegations of rape and sexual misconduct detailed by four women in a report yesterdayCredit: Getty Images - Getty He wrote: "Let me be very clear: I have never raped, forced myself upon any woman nor offered to trade stage time for sex. EVER. "The horrific and false allegations originated in today's LA TIMES will be addresses in detail in a special Saturday night edition of my podcast TFATK tomorrow. "I will not allow the cancel culture to subvert what I know and as importantly, what these women know, is the truth." On Friday, The Los Angeles Times reported actress Katherine Fiore Tigerman claimed the 53-year-old raped her in 1999 - something he denies. 6The Goldbergs star vowed to address them on his podcastCredit:...
    This past week in celebrity news, the We Hear Quick Fix podcast covers: The Kimye saga continues: A distraught Kim Kardashian met up with husband Kanye West for crisis talks after his rant on Twitter, apparently due to a bipolar episode. Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest paid tribute to Regis Philbin, three days after the 88-year-old TV legend died of natural causes. And Maluma’s latest single, “Hawái,” is all about his split from Natalia Barulích and her moving on with soccer star Neymar. We Hear: Quick Fix is a Spotify exclusive week-in-review five minute podcast from Page Six. Editors Maggie Coughlan and Ian Mohr break down the biggest stories of the week – including The Joy of Six, the most satisfying piece of gossip.  For all the juiciest scoops about celebrities and high society, subscribe to the We Hear: Quick Fix podcast released every Friday.
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