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Gossip With Celebitchy
36 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
94: Lilibet Diana's name controversy, Jennifer Lopez is moving to be with Ben Affleck
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 5:45 Our next podcast will be released on Saturday morning, June 19th instead of Sunday morning as usual. After that we’re taking two weeks off. I’ve been bingeing the show 911 and I love how ridiculous and cheesy it is. Chandra has been watching The French Open and Wimbledon is coming soon. Royals: Minutes 5:45 to 26:45 Just last week we were wondering when Meghan would have her baby. The Sussexes actually announced last Sunday that they welcomed daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor on Friday. Their statement revealed the origin of Lili’s name. About an hour and a half after the Sussexes’ announcement, Clarence House and Kensington Palace issued congratulations. There was so much controversy whether the Queen learned about the baby’s birth ahead of the press and whether Harry and Meghan were given permission to use her childhood nickname for the baby. An unnamed palace source who spoke to the BBC disputed that Harry asked The Queen about the name. However the Sussexes spokesperson told The BBC that they got permission from The Queen to use her nickname as the baby’s name. It became a massive story which baffles us. The Sussexes were trying to be sweet and honor the Queen. I play a segment from Zoom where we wonder why The Queen didn’t set the record straight about the name. The aides have put the Queen in an impossible position, when all they had to do is wish the baby health and happiness. The Daily Mail made the point that the BBC was right to report it as they did because they had good sources. Meanwhile we got some very weird stories about how Lili was going to bring the royal family together. It was about trying to get the Sussexes to bring Lili to the UK so the royal press has stories. Richard Kay wrote that Lily could help Prince George secure the throne, which is ridiculous. Angela Levin wrote an oped for the Daily Telegraph saying that “Lilibet could yet prove herself to be a Band-Aid baby” for the royal family. While Levin may have meant that Lili would help heal rifts, a “band aid baby” is a baby meant to heal a relationship, and Levin was being shady. We’re floored at how ridiculous the press is being about the baby’s name. Chandra can’t predict what the royal press will latch onto. It looks like we’re seeing the decline of the royal family behind the scenes. Duchess Meghan’s children’s book, The Bench, has come out and it’s already a bestseller. I enjoyed reading it and think it’s the kind of book you wouldn’t mind reading over and over again. The negative reviews from the British press were gleeful and rude. I think it’s cool that the book came out the week Meghan gave birth. Chandra says it was timed for Father’s Day, which makes sense. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez: Minutes 26:45 to 31 Jennifer Lopez is planning to move back to LA to be closer to Ben Affleck. We wonder how her 13-year-old twins feel about that and if they’re ok with changing schools. Chandra thinks the kids might be ok with starting high school somewhere new. Marc Anthony put his Miami mansion on the market so he’s probably fine with this. We hope Ben and J.Lo last for a while. Comments of the week: Minutes 31 to end My comment of the week is from Inge on the post about Countess Sophie saying that people don’t know Oprah outside of “chat shows.” Chandra’s comment of the week is from Gobo on the post about William and Kate being sent to spend more time in Scotland. Thanks for listening bitches!
40 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
93: Prince Harry opened up in The Me You Can't See, Duchess Kate and Prince William visited Scotland
Introduction and Mare of Easttown (relatively spoiler free): Minutes 0 to 10:45 We’ll have episodes for the next two weeks and will be off two weeks, on June 27th and the 4th of July. We both watched Mare of Easttown. I was surprised how much I like it since I don’t normally like crime dramas. Chandra thought Kate did a great job but found her accent work inconsistent. We talk about our accents. I play a segment from Zoom where Ameerah, Lisa and Ashley talk about Mare of Easttown. We’re glad that this series wasn’t based on a book because the audience all experienced it together. This series reminded Chandra of The Killing except the showrunner screwed it up. Royals: Minutes 10:45 to 34:30 We found The Me You Can’t See powerful and liked how informative and realistic it was. It helped me confront some of my prejudices against people with mental illness. Chandra mentions the man at the end of the series who benefitted from LSD therapy. We talk about the formerly homeless woman Oprah mentored. We give Oprah credit for leaving that part in the show. The royal commentators are using Harry’s vulnerability to attack him. If Harry wasn’t involved with this show not as many people would have watched it. Camila Tominey, who works for the Daily Telegraph, called Harry “smug” and “self pitying” and claimed his “spiteful rhetoric” was similar to Princess Diana’s Bashir interview. Chandra says that the royal reporters are just going through the motions and that their reactions are rote. We heard sourced reactions from Prince Charles, who is “boiling with anger” and “torturted by Harry’s digs” supposedly. Prince William is “disappointed and greatly concerned” about Harry, and The Queen is “absolutely gobsmacked” and “deeply upset.” Harry reportedly “lied” to The Queen about the subject of the show and told her it would be about veterans. It’s possible he didn’t update her when the focus changed. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen and Alnaaze talk about this. Chandra says that the British press didn’t focus on Harry’s quotes which were most damaging to the monarchy and press. Kate and William also went on a royal tour in Scotland. They did a lot of fun activities like go-karting, visiting their alma mater and watching Cruella. Will looked miserable while Kate was doing all the emotional work of trying to look happy and engaged. The reason they went to Scotland is to discourage Scottish Independence from the UK, which could be up for vote in 2022. William had a secret meeting with former Prime Minister Gordon Brown in Edinburgh.The tour’s purpose was obvious and the Scottish press blasted them. We also got a bunch of embiggening pieces about Will and Kate. Katie Nichol called Kate “the “greatest asset” of the Royal family. Kate’s uncle Gary Goldsmith told Closer magazine that Kate is a “brilliant arbiter.” I didn’t realize that Kate’s uncle thinks The Queen should step down so that William and Kate can rule, skipping Charles. William’s PR is about how he’s the future king doing it alone. We wonder why their messaging is so different. We talked in episode 82 about how The Queen has the ability to vet bills before they’re passed. It’s called “The Queen’s Consent.” She used this to hide her wealth from the British public. Prince Charles abused this power to make it renters on his Duchy of Cornwall estate don’t have the right to purchase their homes. Buckingham Palace used this law to be exempt from the Equality Act, which prohibits discrimination in employment. The Palace refused to allow the government to certify the law before they were exempt from it, essentially holding it hostage. Buckingham Palace had explicit racist hiring tendencies up until the late 60s at the least. The Palace issued a statement claiming they comply with the Equality Act, however the fact that they worked to not be subject it shows otherwise. We wonder what happened with the “investigation” into Meghan allegedly bullying staffers. Chandra remembers the palace denying they were racist by claiming they asked the Queen’s equerry, a Black man, to mentor Meghan. I mention when William denied he was racist by having his Black friend vouch for him. Comments of the Week: Minutes 34:30 to end My comment of the week is from Gabby on Twitter on the story about how waking up earlier prevents depression. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Merricat on the post about Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez going to dinner. We hope Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck go to the Met Gala in September together. I remember the failed Love Don’t Cost a Thing challenge that Jennifer tried to start. Thanks for listening bitches!
32 minutes | May 23, 2021
92: Duchess Kate's stylists are trolling her, Prince Harry's interviews keep getting mischaracterized and criticized, Bill and Melinda Gates' divorce takes a turn
Intro: Minutes 0 to 3:30 We’ll be off Memorial Day weekend and will be back on June 6th. I’ve been hiking and really like it, but I like warmer weather. Chandra prefers walking when it’s icy cold. I’m surprised I like hiking in the woods but I’ve really enjoyed it lately. (We recorded this Thursday before the quotes came out from The Me You Can’t See.) Royals: Minutes 3:30 to 20 On Wednesday Princess Beatrice announced that she is expecting her first child. She married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in July of last year. She made the announcement on the third anniversary of Harry and Megan’s wedding which was not a coincidence. The royal family didn’t acknowledge the Sussexes’ anniversary either. We’re still getting fallout from Prince Harry’s interview on the Armchair Expert podcast. It’s like the royal commenters didn’t pay attention to anything he said. The controversy feels phoned in like they’re trying to make something out of nothing. The worst criticism was from Camila Tominey who used Harry’s vulnerability about seeking help as a way to call him damaged and say the Americans were exploiting him. Chandra said Tominey is mad because she’s used to exploiting the royals and she doesn’t have that access anymore. The palace and the press are trying to gatekeep how Harry talks about his mental health. It’s also stigmatizing to people who seek help. I play a segment from Armchair Expert where Harry said that they would weaponize his vulnerability. Chandra mentions the manufactured controversy over Harry’s comments about the First Amendment. We found Dax Shephard and his podcast partner, Monica Padman, annoying. Chandra thinks Dax is trying to be like Howard Stern without the charisma. Dax kept interrupting Harry and bringing it around to himself. I thought that they should have cut a lot of the interview. We go on a tangent about Minari. We got the first trailer for Oprah and Harry’s Apple+ series, The Me You Can’t See. The royal press freaked out ahead of time. They didn’t want to talk about the substance of Harry’s comments about his mother’s death. A royal expert named Duncan Larcombe told Closer magazine that Harry wasn’t really happy. He sounded like a jilted lover, like so many of the other royal commentators. I play a segment from Zoom where we talked about this. Chandra says that, since the Armchair Expert podcast, the press has been focusing more on Harry instead of blaming Meghan for everything. Now that Harry is telling his truth the press’s narrative, that Meghan forced Harry’s hand, no longer has weight. Meanwhile Kensington Palace’s messaging has changed since Jason Knauf left as their communications head. Prince William is no longer angry at everything. A royal source told Page Six that “William is dreadfully hurt, he’s an elegant man who lives for his job, his country and his family.” Bill and Melinda Gates’s divorce: Minutes 20 to 25 Last week in episode 91 we wondered why Melinda was leaking all these stories about Bill. It sounded like she wanted to launch her own foundation and preserve her reputation. Since then we’ve heard that Bill would regularly proposition women who were his subordinates at Microsoft. In fact he got taken off the board at Microsoft around the year 2000 after having an affair with a staffer there. The timeline of the affair is when Melinda was having their kids so it does not look good for Bill. The NY Times took pains to say that Bill didn’t retaliate against women at work who turned him down, but how do they know that? Melinda also has hired trust and estate lawyers to represent her in the divorce, which may mean that she wants their three children to inherit more than just the ten million each that they were originally supposed to. Comments of the Week: Minutes 25 to end My comment of the week is from Miranda on Oya’s story about Shadow and Bone author, Leigh Bardugo, saying that people sneer at the things that women love. We think sports is just gossip for men. Here’s a link to the article Chandra mentioned where Harry Styles said he loved having young female fans. Chandra’s comment of the week is from HeatherC about the fug dress Duchess Kate wore to the Victoria & Albert museum. We wonder if Kate’s stylist is trolling her. The Cambridges will be traveling to Scotland. I thought that Chandra was joking in that post that they were going to watch Cruella and go to a football/soccer game, but that’s really what they’re doing. Thanks for listening bitches!
30 minutes | May 16, 2021
91: Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck reunited, Prince Harry on Armchair Expert, Bill and Melinda Gates split
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 5:00 I’ve been watching Debris on NBC and Chandra is watching Mare of Easttown on HBO. Royals: Minutes 5:00 to 15:00 Jason Knauf, the communications director for the Cambridges, is stepping down at the end of the year. This is happening after Meghan won her lawsuit against the Mail on Sunday and Jason denied that he had any copyright to the letter. Chandra points out that this is sketchy because someone must have told The Mail on Sunday that Meghan wasn’t the only author. Chandra is glad he’s leaving because he was awful. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Courtney and Ameerah talk about this. Chandra says that Jason has been with The Cambridges since 2015 and is complicit in their schemes. The crisis managers started on May first and Jason announced his resignation on May 12, not even two weeks later. Will and Kate visited a children’s wellness center in Wolverhampton to highlight Mental Health Awareness Month. We assume they took the helicopter The Queen gave them. Prince Harry also visited the Armchair Expert podcast to talk about his life and his mental health. The difference between the work The Cambridges and The Sussexes do on this issue is stark. I play a segment where Harry talks about meeting up with Meghan. You can tell that Harry and Meghan are doing so much better in the states. We so admire how Harry speaks his truth. The British press and The Windsors are mad that Harry is the one who decided to leave The Royals and that Harry and Meghan are thriving. Bill and Melinda Gates: Minutes 15:00 to 19:30 Bill and Melinda Gates announced their divorce last week. Bill transferred $1.8 billion in stock to Melinda a day before the announcement. At first it sounded like they just grew apart or got annoyed with each other. We thought this would be civil and remain private, but it got messy fast. People magazine had plenty of insider stories, unlike Jeff Bezos’s divorce. We heard that Bill had an annual long weekend trip scheduled with his ex girlfriend, and that Melinda has been thinking of divorcing him for years, particularly because of his friendship with Epstein. They were just “limping along” in their marriage until their last child graduated from high school. We wonder why they stayed together so long when they’re that astronomically rich. Melinda is trying to get sympathy by leaking these stories, we think because she’s trying to start her own foundation. We admire how low key MacKenzie Scott was. Jennifer Lopez and Ben Lopez: Minutes 19:30 to 27:30 People are getting sick of Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck already but we want them to last through the summer. We also want them to do a pap stroll! Jennifer and Ben went on vacation to Montana together for a week. We heard that Ben started emailing Jennifer in February, when he had split from Ana de Armas but Jen was still with A-Rod! The stories about A.Rod’s thing with Madison LeCroy broke around then so Ben probably read about that and pounced. That was likely a turning point for Jennifer in that relationship. People Magazine has a bunch of stories about Ben and Jen. Jennifer is “open to a relationship” with Ben and “she wants to spend as much time with Ben as possible to see where this could go.” Chandra loves this old school PR and I think it looks a little desperate from Jennifer. Chandra tells me not to worry because Jen went down to Miami to get some space. I play a segment from Zoom where Ameerah and Tanisha point out that A-Rod, J-Lo and Ben are all Leos! Ashley says that celebrities are often Leos and Capricorns. Chandra says they’re all peak Leos and mentions that Duchess Meghan, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton are Leos. Chandra is a Virgo like Beyonce and Hugh Grant. Comments of the Week: Minutes 27:30 to 30 My comments of the week are from MissMarirose and Jamie on the post about people wearing masks because they like being anonymous and not getting attention. Chandra’s comment of the week is from JennyJazzhands on the post about Tristan Thompson’s side chick, Sydney Chase, hiring Gloria Allred. Thanks for listening bitches!
29 minutes | May 9, 2021
90: Duchess Kate and Prince William celebrate 10th anniversary and start YouTube channel, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry keep working, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are hooking up again
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 4:45 I got my son a used car. The dealer told me supply was low due to the pandemic, which seems to be true. I was glad to buy him a clean car that didn’t smell funky. Royals: Minutes 4:45 to 19:15 While we were off the Cambridges celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary and released cheesy anniversary portraits. We also got the typical stories embiggening Kate. Royal experts gave quotes that she was “revolutionising the royal social media game” and filling “the void” left by Harry and Meghan. Her uncle also said that Kate would be a great queen and that Charles shouldn’t be king before William. I play a segment from Zoom where we wonder what Kate does all day. William has been tagging along on Kate’s events except for going to a football club. Will and Kate visited a working farm together where they sat on opposite sides of a hay bale. I remember when they sat on opposite sides of a couch. Will and Kate also started a YouTube channel with a half minute video set to weird music. Chandra says it shows how out of touch they are. They’re embracing a conservative Victorian lifestyle. Dan Wootton has been doing these very weird pieces about the Cambridges in the Daily Mail. He wrote that they won’t divorce and will stay together “as long as they are both alive.” We remember the creepy open letter Wootton wrote to Prince William. Another royal commentator wrote Kate is “the antithesis of Meghan. She is in it for the long game, she does not expect any immediate reward.” If that’s the case, what about all the expensive jewelry and clothing she buys? Meanwhile the Sussexes keep working. They co-chaired the Vax Live concert and Harry spoke to a crowd of vaccinated frontline workers in a pre-taped event. Duchess Meghan wrote a children’s book! It’s called The Bench and is about the relationship between fathers and sons. We appreciate how Meghan doesn’t make announcements until her projects are done. Piers Morgan complained that Meghan shouldn’t write about fathers when her own dad is awful, basically, as if it’s her fault he’s like that. I play a segment from Zoom where April, Michelle, Ameerah, Karen, Tanisha and Sara talk about this. Meghan won another part of her lawsuit against the Mail on Sunday for publishing her father’s letter. They ruled that she owns the copyright to that letter she sent to her father which the DM published. She won the major part of her lawsuit in February. The DM just keeps trashing Meghan despite the fact that she won against them in court. All the royal Instagram accounts posted happy birthday to Archie on his second birthday. Prince Charles got some pushback for not posting happy birthday to his other grandchildren. We also got a cute new photo of Archie from behind, posted on the Archewell website. Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez: Minutes 19:15 to 25 Ben Affleck was seen in Jennifer Lopez’s white escalade getting a ride to her house a couple of times. We know they’re together because they blanketed the press about how they’re “just friends.” Jennifer sang “Sweet Caroline” at the Vax Live concert and it was a nod to Ben as it’s the Red Sox song. It’s also a jab at A-Rod because he played for the Yankees. I play a segment from Zoom where we talked about this. This is for Jennifer’s ego and Ben is game. We wonder if Ben has ever been happy in a long term relationship. Right around the time we heard about Ben and Jen, a standup comic and TikToker shared a video Ben sent her on Instagram. Apparently she had unmatched him on Raya because she didn’t believe it was him. We thought it was creepy at first but then when the woman explained that Ben was just verifying that it was him it didn’t sound as bad. Comments of the Week: Minutes 25 to My comments of the week are from Staci on Twitter and from Lady Elaine on the post about what Victoria Beckham should do with her kids’ baby teeth. Chandra’s comments of the week are from Becks1 and Monica on the post about Prince William visiting a football club. I wonder what happened with the big project Kate was supposed to announce. Thanks for listening bitches!
36 minutes | Apr 25, 2021
89: Duchess Kate's embiggening pieces read like sarcasm, Prince William's demands at the funeral
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 10:15 We both got the shot last Friday and are still recovering. Chandra tried CBD and it helped her sleep. We have the Oscars coming out Sunday night (our podcast is released Sunday mornings). We’re not looking forward to the Oscars ceremony as it will still be super long and boring. They’re telling attendees not to wear masks on camera, which is ridiculous. They’re also not allowing people to Zoom in. They will have “hubs” in Europe, but the way this will work is unclear. We think the Oscars will be a little boring and depressing. We talk about some of the best picture nominees. We both have a hard time seeing the way masks are portrayed on shows set in the last year. Royals: Minutes 10:15 to 27 Prince Philip’s funeral was held last Saturday morning. There were a lot of military there and most everyone was maskless outside, especially the family. As we heard would happen, Prince William and Prince Harry did not walk side by side in the funeral procession to the church. Peter Philips was sort-of in between them, although he hung back so that photographers got shots of Harry and William next to each other. We heard that this was William’s idea for Peter to act as a buffer, which Chandra suspected. When leaving the church they did talk and walk next to each other. First Harry talked to Kate, then Kate hung back and Harry talked to William. For this, Kate is being touted as the peacemaker. Before the funeral we heard that Kate would make peace between the brothers, and then when this happened she was this amazing rock that kept the monarchy together by wearing The Queen’s jewelry and never putting a foot out of line. Kate made the funeral all about herself. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Courtney, Susan and Zakia talk about this. We wonder what point William was trying to make by not standing next to Harry during the procession. Chandra was surprised when Harry and William’s feud reached national news. William hasn’t “forgiven” Harry for his Oprah interview. He’s also mad that Harry told Gayle King that talks weren’t productive. There were a ton of stories in the British press about whether Harry spoke to Charles and William, what they said, and that Harry supposedly sent Charles a heartfelt letter. However Omid Scobie cleared all that up with a very to-the-point article in Harper’s Bazaar. Charles left for Wales about a day after the funeral. The Cambridges also went to London. People also reported that Meghan spoke with The Queen both before and after Philip’s funeral. Meghan said in a press statement that she was watching the funeral from home as her doctor had not cleared her to travel. She also said that they sent a wreath for Prince Philip with a handwritten note. We think she should have waited to issue that statement. We continue to get these embiggening pieces about Kate and it’s hard to tell what’s sarcastic. Everyone was laughing about the quotes from a royal reporter named Phil Dampier who spoke to The Daily Mail. He said Kate “really came of age” at Philip’s funeral and that she “is maturing rapidly.” They’re giving her credit for very little and making it sound like she’s queen now. Chandra wonders how this would look if Camila was bragging how she was a queen-in-waiting like Kate is. I mention the piece from Camila Tominey in The Telegraph. I posted the story about Kate finding Meghan “intimidating” to Twitter and that got ratioed in a good way. Demi Lovato: Minutes 27:00 to 30:30 Demi Lovato went to a frozen yogurt shop in LA and complained on Instagram about “diet culture” surrounding their food and display items, which included messaging like “guilt free” and “sugar free.” The shop was independently owned and when they countered that they have options for diabetic customers and customers who have celiac disease, Demi told them they should change the labeling to reflect that. She posted her DMs with the spokesperson and it was over the top. I explain why I hate frozen yogurt and gelato. Chandra really likes frozen yogurt and there’s a nice shop near her. Comments of the Week: Minutes 30:30 to 35:00 Chandra’s comments of the week are from Awesome Beloved on Twitter about Duchess Kate’s buttons and from Mads on the post about the Vanity Fair cover story on the state of the monarchy. My comment of the week is from Marty on the post about Sharon Osbourne’s appearance on Bill Maher’s show. Thanks for listening bitches!
33 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
88: Prince William's salty statement, Prince Philip's funeral plans, Duchess Kate will be the peacemaker
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 6:30 My internet went out for a full day. Chandra once had her Internet go out for days. I read a book for the first time in so long, Mexican Gothic by Silvia Morena-Garcia. Chandra doesn’t like reading horror anymore and prefers detective stories. She recommends these erotic novels from the Wild Seasons series by Christina Lauren, particularly Dirty Rowdy Thing. We talk about our allergies and what works for us. Royals: Minutes 6:30 to 24:30 We record on Thursdays as most of you know. Last Friday morning, we heard that Prince Philip passed at the age of 99. The British press made it all about Harry and Meghan and whether or not they were going to come to the funeral. At least they didn’t go full throttle against Harry and Meghan. Harry was in the UK as of our recording. He was in Frogmore with Eugenie, Jack and their baby. The funeral is going to be Saturday afternoon in the UK at 3pm, which is 10am EST our time. It will be at Windsor and only 30 people will be there, as per pandemic restrictions. They announced the guests and Penny Knatchbull, Prince Philip’s “special friend,” was invited. Minute 10:15 There was a lot of drama over whether Meghan would come, even though she’s pregnant and her doctor told her not to fly. The Mail even asked mourners if they thought Meghan should come. Minute 11:15 The BBC got more complaints for their wall to wall coverage of Prince Philip’s death than any other show in history. In 2016, Prince Philip designed a custom Land Rover for his funeral. I think that sounds a little late to be planning his funeral but Chandra explains that he was just tweaking things at that point. I play a segment from Zoom where Sara and Zakia talk about Philip’s Land Rover. Minute 15:45 Another one of the big controversies was whether Harry would be “allowed” to wear his military uniform. We heard that he would not be permitted to, which is terrible optics considering that he’s a bonafide combat veteran. What’s more is that Prince Andrew was recently promoted to Vice Admiral by The Queen and he was likely going to wear military dress reflecting that title. Eventually The Queen decided that none of the royals would wear military dress and of course The Sun made this sound like this was embarrassing to Harry somehow. Minute 18:00 Prince Harry and Prince William issued separate statements about their grandfather’s death, with Prince Harry’s coming out a half hour before William’s. William’s statement was salty and sounded like he was taking jabs at Harry and Meghan. There weren’t any stories in the press about William and Philip’s relationship, but there were plenty about Harry and Philip. Harry’s statement was much more personal and heartfelt. I tweeted about this and it got a lot of attention. Cambridge stans came for me and I blocked them. We think a lot of them are bots. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen and Sara talk about the brothers' statements. Minute 23:00 There was also the predictable story that Duchess Kate would somehow be able to broker peace between Harry and William. That story was written by Kate’s buddy Camilla Tominey in The Telegraph. She is the author of those “Meghan made Kate cry” stories. Kate used to look at Harry with such adoration. Her expressions changed once Meghan came around. User Feedback: Minutes 24:30 to 28:15 Last week we included a segment from Zoom where Alnaaze talked about her friend who has a neighbor’s cat visit her every day. Alnaaze’s friend Tess called us and left us a nice message about it. I was frustrated Monday and tweeted that our site is free and people shouldn’t tell us we’re dumb and wrong. So many people supported us on that tweet, thank you! Comments of The Week: Minutes 28:15 to 33 My comment of the week is from Jillian on the post about Food Network Molly Yeh’s popcorn salad. Chandra’s comments of the week are from Tiffany and Original Jenns on the post where Colton Underwood came out. Thanks for listening bitches! Text us or leave at voicemail at 434-218-3219.
39 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
87: Duchess Kate and Prince William's separate PR, Piers Morgan is terrible, Pets who stay with neighbors
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 9:45 I learn the source of the background noise I’ve been hearing in Chandra’s recordings. We will have episodes the next two weeks and will be off on May 2nd. We figure out our Oscars coverage plan. We remember when La La Land was accidentally announced as the winner for Best Picture. Both Chandra and I got our first Pfizer vaccine. Royals: Minutes 9:45 to 27:30 Piers Morgan did an interview with Tucker Carlson. Chandra watched it as it aired and it was heavily edited. Given that Piers was talking about being censored it was funny that his interview was cut so much. Piers misrepresented why he was let go at ITV and he also misrepresented Meghan’s complaint again him. He was let go for discounting Meghan’s own account of her suicidal thoughts. I mentioned that people on Twitter were saying that if you agree with Piers your friends with suicidal thoughts will see that and think you disbelieve them too. I brought up this thread on Twitter with all the ways that Piers has discounted women’s accounts of their mental health and experiences. Chandra wonders why ITV didn’t fire Piers earlier. We don’t think a network television anchor in the US would be able to keep their job if they acted like Piers. Minute 15:45: Piers also went on Extra and told Billy Bush that members of the royal family have contacted him and thanked him. The very next day he posted a selfie in front of the gates of Kensington Palace with the hashtag #teampalace. It’s clear that William and Kate are the ones who thanked him and also that he was issuing a warning shot to them about it. It’s so dumb that he won’t name who thanked him but that he demands Meghan and Harry name the royal who asked about their baby’s skin color. Minute 17:00: It’s noticeable that Kate and William’s press coverage has diverged so much. Chandra thinks it started happening last summer when the Kate the Great Tatler piece came out. At the end of March The Sunday Times ran a cover story in their magazine about Prince William titled The Other Brother. The messaging was very bizarre and focused on how wonderful William is without concrete examples. About a week later The Times ran a story about Kate titled “Is Kate the real royal revolutionary?” The subtitle was “Forget Harry and Meghan. The Duchess of Cambridge is quietly becoming the Firm’s most effective activist.” The accompanying art styled Kate to look like Che Guevara. The thrust of the story was that Kate is an activist because she went to the memorial for Sarah Everard and dominated the headlines which should have been honoring a murder victim. We also heard that Kate sent a letter to Sara Everard’s family. If the Everard family wanted to let people know about the letter they would have said something. The fact that Kate is still using this to promote herself is outrageous. We wonder why her advisors aren’t giving her better advice. I play a segment from last week’s Zoom where Courtney and Amber talk about the head of the Metropolitan Police defending Kate’s appearance at the memorial, saying she was “working.” Here’s a link to more about the bill in the UK to curtail the right to protest. Kate gets to opt out of these “political” issues while claiming to be an activist. She appropriates other women’s experiences and it’s disturbing. Kate and William are running different press operations. Chandra thinks they’re living separately too. Pets: Minutes 27:30 to 31:00 I play a segment from Zoom where Ashley, Karen, Alnaaze, Courtney talk about pets who go stay with neighbors. Here’s a link to the Twitter thread I mentioned with a photo of the cat that visits Alnaaze’s friend. Here’s a similar story to the one Courtney mentioned about a dog visiting a neighbor’s house for a nap. Chandra’s cat Dexter visits the neighbor’s cat often. I tell a story about my childhood cat. User Feedback: Minutes 31:00 to 32:45 Jennifer left us a nice voicemail, thank you! Comments of the Week: Minutes 32:45 to 39:00 My comment of the week is from Mac on the post about Lena Dunham’s plus-sized clothing collection. My other comment of the week is from Dr. Bill Jiden on Twitter. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Ninks on the post about the bikini photo that Kourtney Kardashian tried to take off the Internet. Thanks for listening bitches!
48 minutes | Mar 21, 2021
86: Duchess Meghan has the receipts, Duchess Kate overshadowed the coverage of Sarah Everard
Intro: Minutes 0 to 5:30 We will be off for the next two weeks as we’re taking a break next week and the week after that is Easter. We’ll be back April 10th! Royals: Minutes 5:30 to 39:30 Last weekend Duchess Kate visited the memorial for murdered Londoner Sarah Everard. Kate wasn’t wearing a mask and brought her own videographer. So many stories and headlines centered her the next day instead of the woman who was killed or the women there to pay their respects, many of whom got arrested. I play a segment from Zoom where Sara and Ameerah talk about this. Chandra says Kate wouldn’t have pulled this stunt if it wasn’t for Harry and Meghan’s Oprah interview. She was trying to change the subject from the stories about her making Meghan cry. Minute 9:15 We got more stories about how angry Prince William is. The palace first started centering their PR strategy around William’s rage about two years ago as the Sussexes became more popular. Robert Lacey noted in his book Battle of The Brothers that William responds to Harry with anger so often. Chandra wonders why they keep pushing this story of Prince William as the angry guy who throws tantrums. Minute 12:15 Gayle King revealed that she spoke with Harry last weekend. Harry told her that he had talked to his father and brother, but that it was unproductive and that they did not talk to Meghan. After that we heard that William had trust issues with Harry and was worried his brother would continue to spill to American outlets. The Windsors have been so obvious in trying to smear Harry and Meghan and they’re getting outplayed every time. Minute 14:00 Gayle also said that Sussexes wanted to heal the rift with Harry’s family. Chandra says Gayle was making the point that William and Charles needed to check in on Meghan and recognize the pain they caused her. Gayle said that Meghan has receipts. People think Meghan has written off Harry’s family and he’s still trying to reason with them. It’s like he was in a cult and needs deprogramming. Chandra thinks Meghan was the one who wanted to compromise and Harry was the one putting his foot down with his family. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Sara, Michelle and Alnaaze talk about this. Everyone loved Chandra’s “engorged” title. The commenters have been calling William “Baldimort!” Minute 19:45 The royals have also hired a law firm to supposedly investigate the “Meghan bullied staff” lie that they were pushing. They’re not going to release anything nor are they going to give Meghan access to their “evidence.” Chandra says this shows that Buckingham Palace wants to get this off their plate and don’t want a part in Kensington Palace’s smear of Meghan. Meghan contacted Buckingham Palace and asked for documentation, which was handed over to Prince Charles’ staff, Clarence House. Minute 21:45 The Cambridges released Mother’s Day cards written by their kids to “Granny Diana,” which came across as exploitive. Minute 24:15 Prince Charles was supposedly going to do a “point by point” rebuttal of the claims in Harry and Meghan’s interview but didn’t want to get into a “tit for tat.” It seems like The Queen isn’t really in charge and like Charles is acting as the de facto regent. Chandra wonders what his game plan is. Charles had rehabilitated his and Camilla’s image post-Diana but that all blew up after the latest season of The Crown. Minute 26:00 Kate is still so fixated on this false narrative that Meghan made her cry. Katie Nicholl wrote that Kate found Meghan bringing up that story to Oprah “mortifying,” and that “she has been saddened, disappointed and hurt.” It’s wild how they cannot let this go. Minute 28:00 Michelle Obama was asked for her reaction to Harry and Meghan’s interview. We were really surprised by her somewhat shady responses. Chandra wonders why she didn’t find a more diplomatic way to say “no comment.” Hillary Clinton’s comments about the interview, on the other hand, were excellent. I play a segment from Zoom where Alnaaze and Zakia talk about this. Sometimes the healthiest option is to get away from a toxic family. User Feedback: Minute 39:30 to 41:15 Thanks to Alyssa for leaving us a nice voicemail! Comments of the Week: Minutes 41:15 to end My comments of the week are from Aeren and Merricat on the post about Sharon Osbourne’s interview on ET. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Andrew’s Nemesis on the post about how long Jennifer Lopez wanted to break up with A-Rod.
44 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
85: Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry's interview with Oprah, Prince William and Prince Charles swear they're not racist
Intro: Minutes 0 to 5:30 I saw Sound of Metal on Chandra’s recommendation and she saw The Trial of the Chicago 7. We would be glad if Riz Ahmed won best actor at the Oscars, but think Chadwick Boseman will win that unless he’s nominated in the supporting category. Royals: Minutes 5:30 to Minute 42 Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah was so much more revealing than we expected and they went through so much more than we could have imagined. When Meghan was pregnant the royal family said they would not give Archie a title and that they were going to pull their security detail. They also never lifted a finger to tell the press to stop smearing Meghan. At the same time they were controlling her by telling her how much she could go out and they also took away her passport, driver’s license and keys. Every time she traveled Kensington Palace would leak the details. Meghan revealed that in 2019 when she was pregnant with Archie she was suicidal and reached out to senior palace officials to help. They told her she couldn’t get help because she wasn’t a paid employee. Meghan did not reveal whom she spoke to. Chandra got the impression it was a senior royal. Other people thought it was senior staff like The Queen’s secretary. There was an obvious smear campaign against Meghan by the press and the palace. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Courtney and Susan talk about this. Minute 11:00: Everything changed for Harry and Meghan after they went on that South Pacific tour and she was met with crowds and adoration. Meghan’s pregnancy and the success of the tour made the palace work harder to smear her. Harry and Meghan dropped a blind item that someone in his family had concerns about how dark Archie’s skin would be. Harry said that conversation “was right at the beginning… ‘What will the kids look like?’” Chandra thinks that the royal who said that was William, because we heard that they had a falling out over Meghan in 2016. Minute 16:00: We also got clarification on one ongoing years-long story smearing Meghan, which the press was repeating as of last week, that she allegedly made Kate cry at a bridesmaid’s fitting. Kate is the one who made Meghan cry, and it was so bad that Kate sent Meghan flowers to apologize. The story got reversed and used to smear Meghan. Chandra says Kate is happy to play the fragile white woman. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Mikeala, Tanisha, Ameerah, Sara and Jasmine talk about this. Chandra mentions that they’re still trying to twist this to make Kate the victim of Meghan. I read a segment from a Daily Mail article with Richard Kay in which they claim that Meghan is obsessed with Kate. We say that we think Meghan has receipts and sent email about it and that was before we heard that she did do that! Minute 24:15: I mention the line from the article that people are pointing out is racist. “[Kate] is resilient; Middleton family blood has seen to that.” I remember that terribly racist article claiming “the Windsors will thicken their watery, thin blue blood and Spencer pale skin and ginger hair with some rich and exotic DNA.” Chandra says this type of blood line thinking is common in India due to the caste system. Minute 26:00: Camila Tominey wrote the original story about Meghan making Kate cry. In a recent interview, she defended her sources. Minute 27:30: We finally got a statement from the royal family on Tuesday afternoon our time, which was the evening in England. During the day we heard that The Queen had “refused to sign off” on a statement Monday night to de-escalate tension with The Sussexes. The statement included the line “While some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately.” Last week they made such a big deal about investigating Meghan’s alleged bullying, but they say they’re going to privately address systemic racism. Minute 30:00: Katie Nicholl had a piece in Vanity Fair with Charles’ reaction to the interview and it’s so bad! I mention that Chandra predicted Piers Morgan’s response to Meghan, which was to criticize her for breathing basically. He left his job at ITV, he likely got fired, after over 41,000 people complained about him dismissing mental health on his show and Meghan was one of them. This was after he was called out by multiple guests for his years of hating on Meghan and after he walked off set when he was mildly questioned about it by weatherperson Alex Beresford. Minute 34:45: Meghan’s friend, Janina Gavankar, confirmed that Meghan has the receipts, which Meghan heavily implied in the interview as well. I play a segment from Zoom where Tanisha, Ameerah, Mickeala and Sara talk about the receipts. Minute 38:45: Prince Charles visited a vaccine site at a predominantly Black church in London. The optics of Black people bowing to Prince Charles were so bad. On Thursday morning, Kate and William visited a school. Unlike Charles in his photo op, William deigned to answer a question from a journalist afterwards. He said “we’re very much not a racist family.” Comments of the week: Minute 42:00 My comments of the week is from Alexandria on the post about the Queen not signing the statement supporting the Sussexes. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Rapunzel on the post about Meghan filing a complaint against Piers Morgan. Thanks for listening bitches!
43 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
84: Duchess Meghan says The Firm has a role in 'perpetuating falsehoods,' Prince William is waging a ridiculous campaign against Meghan and Harry
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 11:15 We will be on for the next two weeks and off on March 28th. We complain about how boring the Golden Globes were. We saw Promising Young Woman, I thought it was too long and we both found it dark. (There are no spoilers in our talk!) Of the movies likely to be nominated, I really liked The Trial of The Chicago 7. I found Nomadland compelling but depressing. Chandra says everyone loves Chloé Zhao, who just won best director at the Globes and is directing The Eternals. I saw half of The U.S. vs. Billie Holiday and was disappointed at how she was portrayed. However I think Andra Day was incredible and should win Best Actress. I liked Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, especially Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman’s performances. You could tell it was adapted from a play though, which was also the case for One Night in Miami. Chandra’s favorite among the Oscar bait movies is Sound of Metal, for which Riz Ahmed gave an amazing performance. We both found Mank too long and the protagonist unlikable, but think Amanda Seyfried was excellent in it. Royals: Minutes 11:15 to 37 Prince Harry did an interview with James Corden that was released late last week when we were off. It was a lot of fun. Harry’s performance on the Spartan course was incredible and we wanted to see more of his athleticism. Late Sunday night we got the first two teasers for Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah. The teasers were just 30 seconds each and in the first two, Meghan didn’t even say anything! Harry said, of his late mom, that he couldn’t imagine what it was like to go through what she did on her own and at least they have each other. That made Chandra feel bad for Harry and the late Princess Diana. The royal rota criticized them by saying the timing was bad because Prince Philip is in the hospital. It was suspicious the way they kept using that as a cudgel against Harry and Meghan. We heard Philip had an infection and then we learned he had a minor heart operation. Minute 15:00: The Times of London smeared Duchess Meghan by claiming that she bullied staffers. Like all the stories smearing Meghan, we never hear the details of what she supposedly did. We heard for almost two years that Meghan made Kate cry before Meghan’s wedding. It wasn’t until last summer that we learned that Kate cried because Meghan didn’t take her suggestion that the little girls in the wedding should wear tights on a hot day. Meghan might not have even known that Kate was crying. The examples the Times gave seemed to be of Meghan asking people to do their jobs. The palace’s response to the upcoming Oprah interview has been a complete disaster and has highlighted how incompetent they are. So many people have realized how toxic and abusive the royal family is. I play a segment from Zoom where we talk about this. Chandra says it must be so much better for Meghan and Harry because they’re free and able to deny these stories. The palace is now saying they’re going to do an investigation into whether Meghan “bullied” her staff. Omid Scobie wrote a denial piece for Harper’s Bazaar revealing that these alleged victims didn’t even file a complaint. It’s obvious that Prince William is waging a half-assed campaign against his brother and sister-in-law. I mention Scobie’s sourced quote about how Black women have this near universal experience of being characterized as aggressive at work. The smear campaigns against Duchess Meghan escalate when she’s pregnant. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen and Ameerah talk about their experiences at work. Outside of the royal bubble, everyone who has ever worked with Meghan adores her. She always seems so sweet and gentle spoken. Minute 26:00: That Times tried to smear Meghan by claiming that in 2018 she wore earrings gifted to her by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, three weeks after he ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Prince William and Charles met with Mohammed bin Salman a few months before that. This story was so similar to the tiara story and seemed to come straight from Angela Kelly, who controls the royal collection. This brings up the whole issue of how the royal collection was obtained. I play a segment from Zoom where we talk about this. Emily Andrews tweeted at Chandra claiming that Meghan bullied staffers. The Sussex Squad came for her, they are awesome. While this was happening, Meghan won her judgment against the Mail on Sunday for publishing the letter from her father and they’ve been ordered to pay her legal fees! Then, late on Wednesday night, we got another teaser for the CBS special where Meghan mentioned The Firm! CBS timed it perfectly. Comments of the Week: Minutes 37 to 43 My comment of the week is from EMc on the post about the peanut-butter only Reese’s Cups. Chandra’s comments are from Seraphina, LeonsMomma and Trillion on the post about Hilaria Baldwin’s sixth child. Thanks for listening bitches! Call us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
31 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
83: Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry announce pregnancy, Sussexes' interview with Oprah has the press scrambling
Intro: Minutes 0 to 8:30 We will be off next week and back on February 7. I went to the eye doctor and finally need bifocal glasses as well as readers over my contacts. I feel old but at least I can see now. We’ve been getting a lot of snow and feel so bad about our friends in Texas who are suffering without water and power. You can listen below! Royals: Minutes 8:30 to 26:15 We had huge royals news this week with the announcement that Harry and Meghan are expecting their second child. They released a beautiful black and white outdoor photo, where Meghan is lying against Harry and he’s looking at her adoringly. Chandra thought Meghan might be pregnant when she got an extension on her trial. Lainey pointed out that their photo is very similar to a scene in Notting Hill. Of course royal commentators complained about them asking for “privacy,” because they don’t understand consent. Harry and Meghan also announced that they’re doing an interview with Oprah which will air as a 90 minute special on March 7th! Meghan just won her summary judgment against the Mail on Sunday, announced a pregnancy and then an interview with Oprah. I think Meghan planned it all perfectly but Chandra points out that the summary judgment was just serendipitous timing. After that, the British press started acting like Oprah was a tabloid talk show host when she’s beloved and massively influential around the world. They also made it sound like Oprah was desperate for this interview when that’s definitely not the case. There’s been so much hype ahead of Harry and Meghan’s interview when it will likely be a situation similar to Finding Freedom – the hand-wringing and the hype won’t match up with the actual substance of what they reveal. I think that it will be similar to their African Journey documentary and that they’ll just focus on how they feel and were affected without giving many details. Chandra wonders whether they will spill some tea, because Oprah is great at probing people. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Courtney and Ameerah talk about this. Chandra thinks that Oprah will be able to get Meghan to open up. We have a lot of respect for Oprah’s interviewing skills. Minute 20: We heard that Harry and Meghan’s patronages would be stripped from them by the royal family. (This happened on Friday after we recorded.) We also heard that Harry would be stripped of his honorary military titles, and that he won’t even be able to wear his military uniforms in public! Prince Andrew has kept his military titles and patronages. I like what Chandra wrote about the article about Prince William being concerned about the interview instead of ragey as usual. She wrote that there are “three standards which get played every time there’s a big breaking story about Harry and Meghan. ‘The palace was blindsided by the news,’ ‘Meghan made someone cry’ and, the most important one, ‘Prince William is incandescent with rage at the news.’” Minute 23:45: Prince Philip went into the hospital and was in two nights as of this recording. Chandra thinks it’s been hard for him being relocated from Wood Farm to Windsor Castle at his age. Chandra got a follow on Twitter from a royal columnist for the Daily Mail. User Feedback: Minutes 26:15 to 27 Thanks Zakia and Gil for your nice comments. Also thank you to Lisa from the Eat, Pray, Britney podcast for talking to me last week! Comments of the Week: Minutes 27 to 30 My comments of the week are from Rapunzel and Becks1 on the post about Salma Hayek saying her billionaire husband is discriminated against because he’s rich. We remember when Salma’s husband got with Linda Evangelista and had a baby with her around the same time he was with Salma. Salma lives in London with her daughter and a pet owl. In an interview I covered she made it sound like she’s not living with François-Henri or at least not sleeping in the same room as him. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Mika Rekai on the post about Oprah allegedly working for three years to get the interview with the Sussexes. Thanks for listening bitches! Text us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
51 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
82: Duchess Meghan won her summary judgment, the impeachment trial, interview with Lisa from Eat, Pray, Britney podcast
Intro: Minutes 0 to 7:30 My parents had an alligator at their front door in The Villages, Florida! My mom sent me a photo and I tweeted it. I play a segment from Zoom where we talked about it. I was right that you’re supposed to go for an alligator’s eyes and snout if you’re ever attacked. Politics: Minutes 7:30 to 17 Since we last talked, they’ve started Trump’s impeachment trial, which could proceed as it was voted Constitutional in the Senate by all the Democrats and six Republicans. We need 17 Republicans to convict so it’s not likely Trump will be convicted. The impeachment managers have been doing a great job presenting the evidence, and the footage has been hard to take. Representative Jamie Raskin from Maryland opened the trial. He had just had a funeral for his son the day before and he had his daughter and son-in-law with him at the Capitol on January 6th. Trump’s lawyers were so incompetent, especially Bruce Castor, who just talked a lot of nonsense. He kept going off script and suggested that Trump should be arrested. I play a segment from Zoom where we talk about the impeachment trial. Josh Hawley had his feet up on the seat in front of him during the trial. He was sitting up in the gallery too. Delegate Stacey Plaskett from the Virgin Islands showed footage of Officer Goodman telling Senator Mitt Romney to turn around and move to safety. Officer Goodman then went back downstairs and then he led the crowd the other way to keep people safe. It was remarkable. Since we recorded, Officer Goodman has been awarded the Congressional Gold Medal and Trump has been acquitted. Royals: Minutes 17 to 30 Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank had their baby this week. Jack doesn’t have a royal title and their baby won’t either. It’s a boy, he’s 11th to the throne and we don’t know his name yet. They made the announcement with a black and white photo on Instagram. It was similar to Harry and Meghan’s post for Archie, but the press reacted much differently to Eugenie. A summary judgment was handed down in Meghan’s case against The Mail on Sunday which was a victory for her. This was a long and arduous process, with The Mail conducting a fishing expedition so they could get more content about Meghan. Meghan won her privacy case however there could be another trial in March to determine if anyone else owns the copyright to the letter. It sounds like it’s just a formality. There’s also the issue of damages. Meghan issued a powerful statement about it. Prince William and Kate zoomed with a nursing student from Northern Ireland. I like what Wiglet Watcher commented about this story, that it was very sanitized and we only saw a fresh, happy side of the healthcare workers in a pandemic. I play a segment from a Zoom on January 27 where Karen, Courtney and Ameerah talk about how Will and Kate make it all about themselves. (Because we recorded this a couple of weeks ago, they mentioned the call that Will and Kate did to Scotland, where they sent food to NHS workers.) It’s frustrating how many missteps they’ve made during the pandemic. Meghan and Harry stopped by an online poetry class. All we have is a screenshot of that, which is awesome. They had prepared and knew the students’ biographies ahead of time. We got a couple of shady stories about how the senior royals lobby the government to protect their wealth. The Queen lobbied the government in the 70s to hide her wealth and Prince Charles helped ensure the people leasing property on his Duchy of Cornwall estate can never become landowners. Britney Spears: Minutes 30 to 45:45 The new Britney Spears NY Times documentary, Framing Britney Spears, came out. I interview Lisa from the Eat, Pray, Britney podcast. Lisa makes the convincing case that Britney never should have been placed under a conservatorship. She mentions the documentary The Guardians on Amazon, about people being placed under conservatorships as a means to take advantage of them. User Feedback: Minutes 45:45 to 48:30 Tanisha liked how we were giggling about Kate’s super secret project. LaUnica Angelina appreciated Chandra’s ownership of the fact that she likes dirtbags. A troll spewed some venom early in the morning and Chandra got a lot of nice support on Twitter. Comments of the week: Minutes 48:30 to end My comment of the week is from Chaine on the post about Hilaria Baldwin still not apologizing for lying and pretending she was Spanish. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Julie on the post about Prince William stamping out racist abuse in football. Thanks for listening bitches! Let us know if we’re not on your favorite platform yet. You can text us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
40 minutes | Feb 7, 2021
81: Duchess Meghan's name removed from baby's birth certificate, Golden Globe snubs
Intro: Minutes 0 to 5:45 During our week off I cooked and baked a lot. The SAG nominations had just come out when we were recording. I threw out my back working out on Zoom. Chandra said nothing makes her feel so old as throwing out her back. Chandra’s mom got the vaccine in her assisted living facility. A bunch of people there chose not to take it and many got sick with coronavirus after visiting family for Christmas. Royals: Minutes 5:45 to 21:00 The Sun discovered that Meghan’s name was changed on Archie’s birth certificate about 19 days after he was born. The Sun twisted this into some kind of snub from Meghan to Duchess Kate, because Kate’s full name is on her babies’ birth certificates. In response to that, Meghan’s people issued a very rare pointed statement saying that the change was dictated by the palace and that she has receipts, essentially. This led the palace to issue so many explanations which were often inconsistent. Rebecca English at the Daily Mail did this long piece trying to blame Harry and Meghan for this and claiming they made someone cry. This is the same narrative we’ve heard from the palace for years. The piece said that “Much of what we have seen unfold this week has its origins in Archie’s birth, which Harry became almost morbidly obsessed with keeping as secret as possible, even including where and when his son was born.” We’ve heard for so long that William is mad at Harry for wanting to keep Archie’s birth private however William hid his coronavirus diagnosis for months. The palace is trying to deflect from the fact that they tried to erase Meghan’s name from her baby’s birth certificate. We remember Harry saying in the African Journey documentary “if you knew what I knew.” I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Zakia and I talk about birth certificate gate. Minute 16:00 When we were away we heard that Kate was working on a secret new project, which may or may not be the same secret project she promised last year. Then Kate released a minute long video for children’s mental health week. She was outside in the video and looked sporty, but her message had nothing to do with that. She also talked to parents over Zoom where she it was “challenging” and she was “exhausted” homeschooling. There was an article in Vanity Fair claiming that she does so much work despite a full time nanny and “skeleton” staff. They wrote that Kate “chooses her own outfits and even does her own hair and make-up.” Chandra remembers the Vanity Fair article about how Kate threw herself a party before her Early Years launch. Golden Globes: Minutes 21:00 to 28:45 The Golden Globe nominations were very white this year. Black-led shows and movies like I May Destroy You, Insecure and Da 5 Bloods were snubbed. Emily in Paris got nominated for best television series musical or comedy, which is ridiculous. Chandra hate watched The Undoing. Nicole Kidman’s acting was inconsistent and the show was too drawn out. She agrees with Hugh Grant’s nomination. I loved Lovecraft Country and am glad it got nominated for best drama but am disappointed there weren’t any acting nominations from the show. Chandra watched a couple of episodes and got too scared to watch the whole series. I play a segment from Zoom where we talk about The Undoing. Politics: Minutes 28:45 to 35:15 When we recorded this on Thursday, Marjorie Taylor Greene had yet to be removed from her House committees because Kevin McCarthy, the GOP leader, refused to do it. She has of course since been removed. Greene had a closed door meeting with Republicans where they gave her a standing ovation. The Republican party is now the QAnon party. As Chandra says, one side is advocating for working people and the other side is full of conspiracy theorists. It’s not like Biden is particularly radical or leftist, he’s trying to get policies passed that have widespread approval by the American people. I play a segment from Zoom where Ashley, Ameerah and Zakia talk about this. Jen Psaki got grief for making a mild inside joke about Space Force. Comments of the Week: Minutes 35:15 My comments of the week are from Xantha and L84Tea on the post about Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston hanging out again. Chandra’s comment of the week is from SmCollins on the post about Morgan Wallen saying the n word. Thanks for listening bitches! Call us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
30 minutes | Jan 24, 2021
80: Michelle Obama, Kamala Harris and Dr. Jill Biden looked amazing at the inauguration, Lady Gaga nailed the National Anthem, Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas broke up
Intro: Minutes 0 to 5:00 We will be off next week and will be back February 7. My goal this year is to do more stretching so I’m taking zoom classes for that. Chandra hasn’t stretched much either as she’s not going to the gym but loves walking outside. She’s feeling out of shape after the past year in lockdown and I went up a size. It’s hard to tell how much weight we’ve gained as we’ve been wearing sweatpants and leggings. The inauguration: Minutes 5:00 to 21:00 The inauguration was a relief but I don’t know how to feel. We’re still processing the trauma from the last four years. We both love the new press secretary, Jen Psaki. Chandra mentions Sean Spicer, the first Trump press secretary who yelled at everyone. Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez performed. I thought Lady Gaga’s Schiaparelli’s outfit was too over the top for the occasion. People were making Hunger Games comparisons. Chandra liked it and said it was very Gaga. We appreciate that Gaga is a good Democrat and that she campaigned for Biden. Jennifer Lopez was in a sparkly white Chanel pantsuit. Chandra wishes Gaga and J.Lo would have worn American designers. I play a segment from Zoom where Courtney, Michelle, Ameerah and Alnaaze talk about Gaga and J.Lo. We remember when J.Lo was making herself cry at the Oscars. We like how it’s finally ok to talk about fashion again! During the Trump administration we covered Melania’s fashion when it was relevant but Chandra felt bad writing about superficial things in that era. Michelle Obama wore Sergio Hudson, he’s a Black designer from South Carolina, and she had absolutely amazing bouncy gorgeous hair. Jill Biden was in a blue tweed coat from Alexandra O’Neil for Markarian. I loved how sparkly it was and that it had a contrasting collar. People were also talking about VP Harris’ stepdaughter, Ella Emhoff, who wore a really cool looking tweed Miu Miu jacket with sequins on the shoulders. It was very retro looking and striking. Hillary Clinton wore a purple ruffled top. I play a segment from Zoom where Sara, Zakia, Ameerah and Alnaaze talk about this. The star of the inauguration was 22 year-old poet Amanda Gorman. She just blew everyone away with the poem she wrote and recited, called “The Hill we Climb.” She wrote it right after the Capitol siege and yet it was so optimistic. Her poem used simple language and was so elegantly constructed. Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas: Minutes 21:00 to 25:30 Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas announced their breakup on Monday. At first we heard that it was her idea, but by the day after there were so many stories that it was mutual. Ben’s side blanketed the press with news about how he’s doing, how the breakup happened and what’s next for them. It was so ridiculous, but it was typical for him. We think they were growing apart and that Ben was probably treating Ana poorly while waiting for her to break up with him. We wonder who she’ll date next. Ben complained so much in that Awards Chatter podcast about the way the tabloids treated him in the Bennifer era, which was 16 years ago! We talked about that because Ben treated Jennifer Lopez like dirt! I play a segment from Zoom where Courtney, Sara, Karen and Alnaaze talk about this. Chandra and I think Ana’s pageboy is cute. Comments of the week: Minutes 25:30 to 30:00 My comments of the week are from Wiglet Watcher and janey on the post about bout Ben Affleck saying that he hates being famous. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Ariel on the post about Tiffany Trump getting engaged to a Nigerian millionaire. I tell Chandra I want to be happy but am worried something bad is going to happen. She tells me not to worry because bad stuff is still happening. There’s a story that the Trump administration left absolutely no vaccine distribution plan. Thanks for listening bitches! Call us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
38 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
79: Will and Kate's royal train tour fallout, the impeachment, the Sex and The City remake
Intro: Minutes 0 to 6:30 I got a birdfeeder and have been watching the birds while I work. Chandra mentions how smart crows are. My mom got vaccinated, but she had to wait in line in her car for five hours. We hope the Biden administration ramps up the vaccine distribution quickly. Politics: Minutes 6:30 to 20:45 Trump got impeached again, for incitement of insurrection. Just a few days before that he was caught on tape trying to commit election fraud in Georgia. The vote in the Senate to confirm the impeachment has been delayed until the Senate reconvenes on January 19th. The Senate can make the impeachment vote private with a simple majority vote first. The level of fear of Trump has gone way down since Trump’s Twitter account was shut down. The Senate can also vote, by simple majority, to block Trump from ever running for office again. I play a segment from Zoom where Ameerah, Karen and Alnaaze talk about the impeachment. Trump’s loans with Deutsche Bank are coming due. Trump owes $340 million dollars and his businesses are failing because his name is mud. Plus brands are realizing it’s toxic to be associated with Republicans. There’s also news that some of the Republican Congress people gave support to the terrorists. The terrorists knew exactly where Rep. Pelosi and Clyburn were likely to be working despite the fact that these offices are not public knowledge. Two men were arrested who had “zip ties,” which were actually “flex cuffs” used as handcuffs by law enforcement. It’s thought that they planned to take hostages and barricade themselves in the Capitol overnight. Chandra and I are still upset that those people weren’t arrested on January 6th. There are 20,000 National Guardsmen camped out in the Capitol ahead of the inauguration. The photos are stunning and we love the stories and photos of the National Guardsmen posing with statues and getting tours. Royals: Minutes 20:45 to 23 There’s still a lot of fallout from the royal train tour. The Scotsman did information requests and found emails showing that two very high-level Scottish politicians warned them against doing the tour ahead of time. In response to that story Kensington Palace doubled down and issued a statement saying “The Duke and Duchess were travelling for work purposes and all rules were fully adhered to. The trip was planned in consultation with the U.K., Scottish and Welsh governments.” Sex and the City remake: Minutes 23 to 28 A Sex and the City limited series is coming to HBO Max with Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker & Kristin Davis. Kim Cattrall of course took a pass because Sarah Jessica Parker is an a-hole who created bad storylines for her and tried to bully her into coming back. I play a segment from Zoom where Michelle, Ameerah, Tanisha and Karen say SATC shouldn’t come back. Olivia Wilde: Minutes 28 to 31 Olivia Wilde and her fiance/partner of 9 years, Jason Sudeikis, announced that they split in November. It looked like a quarantine split, but then we heard early this month that Olivia is dating Harry Styles. She’s 36 and he’s 26 and they met on the set of her movie Don’t Worry Darling, which she’s directing and costars in. It just looks suspicious like Olivia and Harry were cheating, which seems to be the case. There are sourced stories in People and ET saying Jason is hurt that Olivia was likely cheating and thought that they would reconcile. We wonder why people are so invested in this story because we find all of these people bland. User Feedback: Minutes 31 to 34:30 Thanks to Esmom and M for your nice comments! Comments of the Week: Minutes 34:30 to 38 My comment of the week is from Merricat on the post about Ivanka returning to New York so she could get her hair done. Chandra’s comments of the week are from Ang on the post about Trump’s impeachment and Lucy2 on the post about Trump stiffing Giuliani. Thanks for listening bitches! Call us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
44 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
78: Harry and Meghan are happy and have no regrets, Hilaria Baldwin is a faker, the domestic terror attack on The Capitol
Intro: Minutes 0 to 5:15 We’re on a new schedule where we’ll be on for three weeks and off a week. We’ll have episodes out the 17th and 24th this month, January, and will be off the 31st. The domestic terror attack: Minutes 5:15 to 18:45 On Wednesday we learned in the morning that Raphael Warnock won his senate race in Georgia and later in the day we heard Jon Ossoff had won, giving the Democrats control of the Senate. When the takeover of the Capitol Building happened that afternoon it wasn’t surprising that they tried. The seeming ease of the takeover and the lack of arrests was in stark contrast to the treatment of peaceful Black Lives Matter protestors over the summer. There is growing evidence that the Capitol Police were told to stand down. The lack of security and police force was complicated because Trump refused to authorize the National Guard and DC Mayor Muriel Bowser didn’t have jurisdiction over the Capitol Police. Pence eventually was contacted by the joint chiefs of staff and he authorized the National Guard. The congress people were terrorized and scared for their lives. Chandra says the Capitol Police might have chosen to stand down to diffuse the situation. We wonder how the mob even got on the steps of the building. We don’t know whether the 25th Amendment will be invoked by Pence and/or if Trump will be impeached. I play a segment from Zoom where Alnaaze, Ameerah, Karen and Zakia wonder if Biden will go after Trump. Chandra thinks Biden is playing it smart and waiting to let the authorities prosecute Trump. What we’re watching: Minutes 18:45 to 28 We both watched a lot of shows over the break. Our absolute favorite was Ted Lasso on Apple+. The writing and characters were amazing and we both loved Jason Sudeikis in the lead. It was heartfelt and sweet without being sugary. We both watched Bridgerton and liked it but didn’t love it. I play a segment from Zoom where Zakia, Alnaaze, Karen and Ameerah talk about the terrible bangs on Bridgerton. We wonder why there were so many bad bangs on that show when it wasn’t typical of the era. Chandra mentions that Daphne and Eloise both had different kinds of bangs trauma. I didn’t think the actress who played Daphne could act. Chandra and I wonder whether she was supposed to be more charismatic. Chandra couldn’t get into Derry Girls. I watched the first season but couldn’t get into the second. The main characters were too mean and destructive for Chandra. We both watched Imposters but I stopped after the first season and Chandra watched both. Hilaria Baldwin: Minutes 28 to 32:30 The best story at the end of the year was that Hilaria Baldwin, Alec Balwin’s wife, got exposed as faking her entire Spanish background and accent. It started before Christmas and picked up steam at the end of the year as people discovered her old interviews and videos. Hilaria denied it by talking around it without directly addressing it. The NY Times interview with her was so shady. She said she could defend herself except for “boundaries.” Here’s a link to the photo I mentioned of Hilaria Baldwin laying on the stove with her head in a frying pan. It turns out that her parents retired and moved to Spain when she was 28, and that she grew up privileged in Massachusetts, both her parents are American and even her grandparents were born in the US. Royals: Minutes 32:30 to 38:30 I loved the Archewell Podcast and was inspired to use more music in ours. The Sussexes are covering People Magazine one year after Sussexit. Harry and Meghan are happy and have no regrets, which is really pissing off The Windsors. The Mirror had a salty story about how The Queen had plans for the one year review but that Harry hadn’t even called to make an appointment. Rebecca English wrote a huge “takedown” story in the Daily Mail claiming that the Queen personally refused Harry’s wreath-laying request on Remembrance Day. The original story was that the courtiers refused the request without contacting her. She also claimed that William’s marriage is better now that the Sussexes are gone, which is just a bizarre story to push. Comments of the Week: Minutes 38:30 to 44 My comment of the week is from Oh_Hey on the post about Calliou being canceled. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Angel on the post that Kim Kardashian and Kanye’s divorce is imminent.
41 minutes | Dec 20, 2020
77: Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry announce podcast, Duchess Kate covers People, Our favorite stories of the year
Intro: Minutes 0 to 5 We’ll be off for two weeks and will be back with a new episode on January 10th. Chandra is doing well in lockdown, but it’s making me even more cynical than normal. Chandra is excited for the Moderna vaccine approval and we both have hope we’ll be able to get vaccinated by spring. Royals: Minutes 5:00 to 21:15 Harry and Meghan announced their new podcast on Spotify, Archewell Audio, on Tuesday. Before that they meted out the news expertly so that the press would freak out over that and wouldn’t have as much energy to focus on their podcast. Meghan did a video for CNN Heroes over the weekend thanking people who address food insecurity in their communities. Plus she invested in a woman-owned startup, Clevr Blends, and sent her neighbor, Oprah, a gift basket with their latte and matcha mixes. The royal reporters got in such a frenzy about that and were oddly silent when the news of the podcast came out. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Ameerah and Tanisha talk about this. We first heard in September that Harry and Meghan were going to do a deal with Spotify and now it’s come to fruition. There’s a lot of speculation about how much they got paid for it. I play a segment from that where they’re flirty with each other. I play a segment from Zoom where Laura, Ameerah, Tanisha and Karen talk about the new podcast. The Cambridges went to a charity event and show called Pantoland for the children of essential workers. Will and Kate weren’t wearing masks on the red carpet, like the other guests and volunteers, but did wear them inside. They did a bizarre voiceover for a video about the event. It was very typical of them in that they were centering themselves when they should have been honoring frontline workers. This week Kate is covering People Magazine in a completely ridiculous profile that’s very similar to the cover story People ran after her Tatler puff piece backfired this summer. The piece is offensive because it barely acknowledges how privileged she is and how much help she has. Our favorite stories of the year: Minute 21:15 to 38:15 The top 20 most commented posts this year are all royals stories. Some of these are smaller stories that are mostly fun for us. Chandra mentions the outing of Lea Michele. She loved covering it because so many of Lea’s costars and collaborators spoke out against her. Minute 25: Katie Holmes hooked up with celebrity chef Emilio Vitolo over the summer. Chandra loves how extra they were, making out and taking joy rides for the paparazzi. Her favorite story was one from Page Six which said Katie wasn't very deep. At least Katie and Emilio always wore masks. Minute 28: In October, Trump got covid after playing it down, going maskless and not social distancing. The drama over the announcement and then Trump’s behavior afterwards was outrageous. Chandra thinks that the spike in covid cases in mid and late November was tied to Trump’s superspreader rallies. Minute 30: Chandra has two favorite royal stories. Her first was the Sussexes’ “you coulda had a bad bitch” farewell tour in March. Her other favorite story was the insane Tatler profile of Duchess Kate, which first came out in late May. The first excerpt sort-of sounded positive about Kate, but the quotes were double-edged. Additional quotes were even shadier. Chandra thinks that the Cambridges authorized people to speak on their behalf but that Tatler turned it around on them. The Cambridges started denying the piece and issued a statement that “This story contains a swathe of inaccuracies and false misrepresentations which were not put to Kensington Palace prior to publication.” However Tatler stood by the story and called the royals out! Richard Kay in the Daily Mail had a whole point-by-point rebuttal of the piece that made it worse and managed to confirm so many details! Then Kate and William threatened legal action against Tatler and Tatler called them out again! In September, four months after the piece came out online and in print, Tatler first removed a section referring to Prince Williams’ alleged mistress, Rose Hanbury. People theorized that the story was Rose and her friends’ revenge against Kate. A couple of weeks later they removed more parts referring to Kate as a “top CEO” and shading her family. In June, People Magazine ran a cover story about how hard Kate works. It was just a sugary repackaged version of the Tatler story. The royals responded to The Crown just like they responded to the Tatler story, they confirmed details and brought more attention to them while denying them. Comments of the Week: Minutes 38:15 to 41 My comment of the week is from Rapunzel on the post about Vladimir Put acknowledging Biden’s win before Mitch McConnell did. Chandra’s comment of the week is by Summerlover on the post about Will and Kate’s bizarre Pantoland video. Thanks for listening bitches! Happy Holidays! Here’s hoping that 2021 looks up for all of us. Text us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
31 minutes | Dec 13, 2020
76: Duchess Kate and Prince Williams disastrous royal train tour
Intro: Minutes 0 to 5:30 We’ll have one more episode out next week, on December 20th, then we’re taking two weeks off for the holidays. I’ve been watching How It’s Made videos on YouTube and find them soothing. Chandra self soothes with dog and cat videos and loves watching videos of dogs greeting soldiers. Royals: Minutes 5:30 to 18 Will and Kate’s big three day royal train tour lasted less than 48 hours. Last week I went off on Kate for her dumb five insights but this was so much worse. They traveled around to countries where travel is limited during the pandemic, didn’t wear masks consistently and interacted with other maskless people. The Scottish First Minister was terse when asked about their visit. The Cambridges may have known it would be politically controversial because they were in and out of Scotland quickly. The Welsh health minister, Vaughan Gething, was more direct though. Will and Kat didn’t announce an itinerary at least so there weren’t crowds to meet them. Minute 9:00: The Downing Street spokesperson wouldn’t comment at first about the tour but then they issued a sugary statement praising them. Chandra thinks Boris Johnson wanted something to deflect from Brexit. We think this is Will and Kate’s idea because it’s hard to convince them to do work. I play a segment from Zoom where Zakia, Karen, Courtney, Rhiannon and Ameerah talk about this. We agree with our friends’ points that they could have done so much more with that tour, like distributed PPE, gifts and food to people or highlighted specific groups, causes or workers. They’re not even modeling mask-wearing. The tour was estimated to cost over 100,000 pounds just for the train. User Feedback: Minutes 23:30 to 25 Thanks MLE and Tanisha for your nice tweets about the last podcast. Lucy2, Belli and LaUnica Angelina liked Chandra’s story about her cat giving her bangs. Comments of the Week: Minutes 25:00 to My comment of the week is from Detritus on the post about The Queen’s head housekeeper quitting because the other staff refused to sacrifice their entire holiday for her. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Heather C on the post about Brooklyn Beckham changing careers from being a photographer to a model. Thanks for listening bitches! Text us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
38 minutes | Dec 6, 2020
75: Duchess Meghan's powerful essay, Duchess Kate’s pie chart, Prince Charles hates The Crown
Intro: Minutes 0 to 7:45 I am feeling unsettled but Chandra is having a good week. Chandra’s kitten-ish cat has been grooming her and biting her hair off. She noticed a big piece of her hair missing like she had side bangs. My hair has been falling out. Royals: Minutes 7:45 to 21:45 I say we need a good scandal and Chandra mentions the Larsa Pippen story, which didn’t get much traction on our site. When we were taking a break, Duchess Meghan published a powerful essay in the New York Times revealing that she’d had a miscarriage in July. It was called The Losses We Share and came out the day before Thanksgiving. She was careful not to give too many details and it was moving. She also didn’t focus on herself much and turned it around to the issue of mental health and asking people if they’re ok. Chandra thinks Meghan got less negative press for revealing her miscarriage because she waited so long to talk about it. Meghan’s miscarriage happened around the time Finding Freedom came out. We don’t think Harry and Meghan told Harry’s family around the time it happened because it would have leaked to the press. I pay a segment from Zoom where Karen, Ameerah, Zakia and Sara talk about this. Minute 14:00: Duchess Kate announced the results of her really laughable five question online survey of children’s early years, which was conducted in late January before the pandemic. She released what they called “five big insights” from that but they were also drawn from another British survey of over 3,700 people conducted during the pandemic. There were several cutesy videos put out ahead of a five minute video of Kate speaking, which seemed to serve little purpose except to show she cared about this topic and was doing work. I love this line that Chandra wrote: “This is the crux of so many issues centered in Kensington Palace: their Trumpian need to tell instead of show, even when the telling is so plainly false.” The goalposts and nature of this work keep changing. I play a segment from Zoom where Lisa, Sara and a bunch of us clown on Kate. Minute 21:45: Prince Charles and Clarence House keep bringing more attention to The Crown by continually complaining about it. British Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden called for Netflix to put a disclaimer before the show that it’s fiction. Chandra says this is obviously all coming from Charles and that it’s telling how they’re nitpicking the details and not denying the broad strokes. I play a segment from Zoom where Karen, Ashley, Rhiannon and Tanisha talk about this. Politics: Minutes 27:30 to 33:30 Since we last talked, The Biden transition was finally authorized, but Trump is still clinging to his idea that there was voter fraud, even though his Attorney General Bill Barr has said there wasn’t. They’re having hearings in Michigan which are carried by OANN and are just a bunch of white people making unfounded accusations. We laugh about that crazy drunk woman testifying with Giuliani. It’s thought that Trump is going to fire Barr for daring to state the truth that there wasn’t voter fraud. Trump is said to be considering preemptively pardoning his kids and Rudy Giuliani. Chandra thinks that Ivanka and Jared are the most likely to get preemptive pardons. There’s currently a justice department investigation into a potential bribe for a presidential pardon. The documents were released with the names redacted so it’s unknown who it is. Chandra thinks it could be Ghislaine Maxwell. Melania did the final White House Christmas decorations and they look normal. She looks so happy and relieved lately. Chandra thinks Melania might invite Jill Biden once the electoral college votes. User Feedback: Minutes 33:30 to 35 Loren on Twitter tweeted a photo of her Spotify wrapped showing she’d listened to NINE episodes of us in one day, which is crazy and thank you Loren! Renata in Brazil sent us a nice email. Comments of the Week: Minutes 35 to 38 My comment of the week is from Trillion on the post where Ozzy Osbourne says he’s not going to cheat on Sharon anymore. Chandra’s comment of the week is from Belli on the post about Helena Bonham Carter saying there should be a disclaimer before The Crown. Thanks for listening bitches! Text us or leave a voicemail at 434-218-3219.
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