Today on Who's There, the podcast where you'll learn everything you need to know as told by all the callers you don't, we discuss Eva Amurri Martino's latest stumble, Rita Ora's notable appearance in a very popular game, Australia's acute understanding of Brooklyn neighborhoods, the latest hoax to grip Instagram celebrities young and old, Normani's journey towards Themdom, and two topics you should all take with a large grain of salt: the "breakup" of Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes, and the "feud" between Debra Messing and Megan Mullally. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, concerns, and super good gossip we can't play on the air. Have a great weekend!
Have you found yourself confused about the Chrisleys? Who they are and why exactly do they "know best" if they're currently embroiled in a tax fraud scandal? Why are all these Bachelor guys involved? All great questions—that's why we have a timeline of exactly what went down and who exactly is in trouble here. Plus, Brody Jenner's new fling (a "nepotism model" named Josie Canseco), how the Hot Felon and TopShop Heiress split and why Lady Gaga was mistaken for... a 60-year old artist named Guggi? Guggi-Gaga. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM and leave a question, comment, concern, correction, or hot goss. Make sure you also check out The Real World Atlanta on Facebook Watch, Postmates ($100 of free delivery with our code, WHO) and Bombas—get 20% off your first purchase!
Today's episode of Who's There is incredibly special to us, and not only because it features an extensive conversation about the trailers for Little Women and Last Christmas (hey! we had a call!) -- it features a detailed and hilarious call about one of cinema's most iconic former Whos, Ronald Reagan, from none other than Karina Longworth! You know we love You Must Remember This, so it was an actual dream to have her answer a question when we found ourselves drawing a blank. (P.S. she has a BOOK coming out that you can pre-order here!) But enough about us being starstruck! Today's episode also features calls about Geena Davis's ongoing "divorce" mess, Mike Posner's rattlesnake bite, Gossip Cop's recent miscarriage of justice, Marlee Matlin, and someone named Sarah McLachlan, but not that Sarah McLachlan.As always, call 619-WHO-THEM to leave a question, comment, or concern and we might answer it on a future episode!
You're saying "hello" to a brand new episode of Who? while Olivia Jade is saying "bye-bye" to USC—and it's about time #close #source #says. Miley is saying "bye-bye" to her new'ish husband Liam Hemsworth, who has no comment about photos of her hanging out / making out with the not-actually-ex-wife of Brody Jenner, Kaitlynn Carter. Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes are saying "hi-hi" (sorry) to each other, as in they're dating, while Tarek El Moussa is seeing someone from Selling Sunset (naturally), while he and his ex (that's Christina Anstead now, thx) continue to have a HGTV show together? OK! Leona Lewis got married at Sting's, Elizabeth Olsen is engaged to someone, Lilo's hanging out with a Saudi prince and Page Six is freaking out—plus, Jenna Dewan does "Showtime" on the NYC subway. Why haven't Nicole Kidman and Kylie Minogue ever been pictured together? It's a mystery for the ages. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM and leave a question, comment, concern, correction, or hot gossip.
Today on Who’s There, we spend far too much time talking about ConEdison (yet again), but manage to swerve into new topics like Laura Prepon (actor slash YouTuber), Tyler Cameron (reality TV star slash alleged object of Gigi Hadid’s affection), and Dakota Johnson’s gap (Chris Martin’s favorite dental feature, allegedly). Thanks for listening! And as always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns.