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July 3, 2020
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we find out that Gemma Collins would like to have tea with aliens and that one of the most prolific Sky Ferreira fan accounts may soon be shutting down. Beyond that, we address comment calls about Willie Brown (who is significant for myriad reasons, as we learned), Rebekah Vardy (a LOT of lawyers called in about this one, and they were still scratching their heads), Patti laBelle's iconic ABCs, J Cole's reputation (P.S. join Noname's book club), and Stephen Cambell Moore's... "importance." Then, we take two VERY important calls: the first is about the latest bit of Beauty YouTube drama (hello Jackie Aina), and the second is about August Alsina's relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith. (AHHHH RED TABLE TALK MIGHT ADDRESS IT.) We also celebrate July 4th by discussing the Whos and Thems of... BBQ sauce? One more question: WHERE ARE MY BACKGROUND SINGERS??? As always, thanks for calling in, and be sure to call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns of your own. We may address them on a future episode! One more thing: you can donate to bail funds for protestors.
June 30, 2020
All the Whos that's fit to print! (Does that work? No?!!) How did the BET Awards do with their first 'virtual' show? Why is Rebekah Vardy suing for defamation?) Who are the three creepy Whos dating (much) younger women (Hint: they were all way more famous in the 80s and/or 90s.) We've got new('ish) relationships (Jon Hamm, Taylor Schilling), new babies (Emma Roberts, Fabolous) and Evelyn Lozada's new OnlyFans (for her feet!) Plus, Bobby freaks out about Katie Lee and chickpeas and really dislikes Claire Foy for some reason? It's unclear if even he knows why.
June 26, 2020
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we begin with a conversation about the elegance of eating off plates for some reason, after which we move on to comments providing crucial information about Ben Affleck's DD flavor of choice (extra, extra), Winnie Harlow's history of bullying, Bobby's HUGE Rocky Pennington mixup, and everything we missed about that controversial book one of the Gummers narrated. Next up, question time! Who is Joanne Harris and why will you always lose a debate about the law with a sex worker? Who is Tabitha Brown and what are her catchphrases? Who is Noname and why is she writing songs about J. Cole? And, least importantly, what are the Whos and Thems of the alphabet? Yes, that alphabet. As always, thanks for calling in, and be sure to call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns of your own. We may address them on a future episode! One more thing: you can donate to bail funds for protestors.
June 23, 2020
On today's Who? Weekly: a real mixed bag of celeb goss — Raven-Simoné got married, Ansel Elgort was accused of sexual assault and released an all-too-familiar non-apology, how Alicia Keys somehow avoided joining 3LW, Winnie Harlow was rude at the Teyana Taylor album release party, former RHONY Aviva Drescher may have stolen from Queer Eye's Bobby Berk, Niall Horan is NOT dating Jodie Comer, #Benana juggles two cold brews and we're worried about Rita (because she's not realllllllllllly up to anything, and we miss her.)
June 19, 2020
On today's episode of Who? Weekly, our call-in show, we take comments about Chord's other siblings (only one of them is music-themed), Ben Affleck's ancestor drama (why r u punishing me), the word "Antebellum" (some people use it a LOT), Dan Abrams (why he sucks and who he used to date), B Simone's manager (she's on an iconic episode of Judge Faith), and why Lady Antebellum should just change their name to CHAD. (Subscribe to Samantha Irby's newsletter btw...) Next up, questions about Chloe x Halle, Chris D'Elia, Courtney Stodden's "Daddy Issues" (a song), Bryce Dallas Howard's "Daddy Issues" (a #spon documentary), and a quick game of Who/Them during which Lindsey confuses "THX" with "thx." Also... we have to link to the Lois Griffin covers. Sorry :( As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message and we may address it on a future episode! One more thing: you can donate to The Okra Project here.
June 16, 2020
What's on the men-WHO today? (Get it?) Well, a fucked-up return by none other than Meghan Markle's Canadian BFF (for now?) Jessica Mulroney, who came for fellow influencer Sasha Exeter... unsuccessfully. The artist formerly known as Lady Antebellum should've checked YouTube... or Spotify... or the ASCAP before they changed their terrible name. Why this reported Reba McEntire lookalike is not actually her lookalike (but actually her ex-husband's ex-wife). How B. Simone manifested her first published book — plagiarism! And ABC announces the first Black bachelor of The Bachelor: Who is he? and, more importantly, will you watch? As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns. Donate to G.L.I.T.S. here.
June 12, 2020
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we begin with some comments about Fabio's favorite lodge, Amanda Seales's drama with Issa Rae's assistant, and Abby Lee Miller's terrible show. Next up, two huge Who stories about which we received maybe six thousand calls: 1) the ugly truth about Bon Appetit, and 2) the Vanderpump Rules implosion. We end the show with a quick game of Who or Them, where we learn about Rachel Zoe's favorite stew. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns. Donate to Reclaim the Block here.
June 9, 2020
Is Detective Pikachu cutie Justice Smith dating Queen Sugar's Nicholas Ashe? (Yes!) Did Lifetime cancel Abby Lee Miller's latest attempt at a Dance Mom spin-off series? (Yes!) Has India Arie been dating Chris Tucker for 13 years? (No!) Is Amanda Seales signing on for another season of The Real? (No!) Did Ben Affleck's children put a life-size cardboard cut-out of Ana de Armas on their front lawn? (Yes, really.) Did Elton John pay for the woman who (sorta) saved his life (tonight) to get knee surgery? (Yes!) Is George Clooney feuding with Fabio? (It's Complicated! But defund the police anyway.) Donate to Reclaim the Block here.
June 5, 2020
On today's episode of Who's There, we focus on one important piece of feedback about... us! And the show! So we begin the episode with a dialogue about how we will be more thoughtful in ways that will only improve our podcast. We want to make sure we are constantly expanding the Whoniverse to include Black Whos, not only when it's an episode of Who Dat. Also, we want to call out the racist behavior of white Whos when we see it, not just ignore the subject because it makes us uncomfortable. Next up, we take a call about Lea Michele, and chat about what exactly she did wrong that made Samantha Ware (and others) willing to call her out publicly. Plus: what do Doja Cat and Lana Del Rey have to do with all of this?! As always, call us at 619.WHO.THEM with your questions, comments, and concerns. And click here to find out what you can do to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
June 3, 2020
Black lives matter, and the police officers who murdered George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and David McAtee should be brought to justice. We know so many of y’all are doing everything you can to help, but in case you need any direction, click here. (If you can afford it, recurring donations are incredibly helpful to these organizations.) And if you want to *learn* from a podcast instead of just get *distracted* by one about Wholebrities, here are a few you should subscribe to: 1619, Code Switch, In The Dark, On Point, Running From COPS and Seeing White. One more thing: Happy Pride, and never forget we can only celebrate it today because of a riot led by black activists like Marsha P. Johnson. (And here's a pod on that.)
May 29, 2020
HAPPY CHROMATICA DAY! **trumpet noise** On today's jam-packed Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take comments about our favorite Irish twins, the second-most iconic name in fairy tales (who also happens to be the most iconic name in expensive soaps), Bobby's history with one of Nintendo's most notorious flops, and Lindsey's dream hairdo. Next up we answer questions about Vivica A Fox's "Wrong" movie career, Lil Mama's eyelash line, Scheana Shay's villain edit, and whether or not Amanda Peet is a Who or a Them. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave your questions, comments, and concerns and we may address it on a future episode!
May 26, 2020
Have we talked about the magical Irish duo Jedward before? I can't imagine we haven't, but we're doing it AGAIN because the twins (not lovers, actual brothers) are quarantining with none other than Tara Reid. Yes, THE Tara Reid! Plus: mid-quar backlash when a Bachelor alum takes a controversial roadtrip from Los Angeles to Arizona to get her hair done (and Amber Rose gets #spon Botox), #Benana shares a shirt, Meek Mills' girlfriend Milan Harris aka Milano Di Rouge plays a fun trick (on her fans) and Cheyenne Jackson shows off an unusual scar.
May 22, 2020
Oh look, another episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show where we take your questions, comments, and concerns at 619.WHO.THEM! This week we recorded for two hours, and cut our conversation down to roughly 65 minutes (not counting Caller You're Doing Amazing, Sweetie) because of way too many tangents. What's left is, we must admit, a little all over the place. There's more BanAna chatter! More Alison v. Chrissy commentary! (Read this.) Grimes's mother, Sandy Garossino! DJ Pauly D's quarantine beard! We even fall into multiple music holes, thanks to calls about The Corrs and a very important Swedish singer named Bosson. (Remember Miss Congeniality?) The final call is about AAA batteries, people. What we're trying to say is... we had a blast recording this one. Your calls keep us alive.
May 19, 2020
Bebe Rexha wants you to try taco-scented nail polish. #Benana wants you to know that they're desperately safe and in love. Megan Fox wants you to know that she may or may not be dating Machine Gun Kelly (yes, him again). Megan Blake Irwin wants you to know she loves her fiancé, Skeet Ulrich (and modeling.) The Daily Mail wants you to know that Richard Madden and Froy Gutierrez are living in Emilia Clark's £22,000 Venice, CA apartment. Every single tabloid wants to you to know who Gilles Marini apparently? We want Rita to know that it's OK to be bored right now, and we want you to know that you can call us at 619-WHO-THEM. We can't wait to hear from you.
May 15, 2020
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take comments about Ben Affleck's shirt and necklace, Abigail Spencer's most important role, the OTHER Jason "Leigh," a wrestling fan's theory about John Cena's girlfriend, and the correct pronunciation of cruller. (We still don't know it, by the way.) Then, onward to questions, which include: What's up with Mary Kate and Olivier Sarkozy's divorce?! Why was everyone mad at Rose Byrne TWICE in one week?! What on EARTH is Piccolini Cuscino and why does Robert Pattinson want us to cook it?! Finally, what happened between Alison Roman and Chrissy Teigen and how does Bobby think it's going to be resolved???  As always, thanks for listening, and be sure to call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message and we may address it on a future episode!
May 12, 2020
It's an episode overflowing with relationships—those ending, those beginning and those confirming what we all already knew (before they were actually confirmed.) #Benana get Claires-inspired necklaces, Lena and Cynthia go Instagram story official, Heather Graham and Mystery Man stroll in matching masks, Emma Stone may have already gotten married (Zzzzzz), Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer break up...on Patreon (...and GoodReads)?, Ray J and Princess Love officially file for divorce and fully unrelatedly: OK! Magazine hates John Krasinski... We're just not sure why. See you on Friday! Make sure you call us if we missed anything: 619-WHO-THEM.
May 8, 2020
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take comments about Gigi Hadid's age (sorry), and Steadman (hello Who Dat), and Jason Lee (he's not the "only" one, as he claims). Next up, we attempt to figure out how to pronounce X Æ A-12 Boucher-Musk (thanks to help from listeners like you), discuss the strange appeal of Noah Centineo's incoherence, figure out why Machine Gun Kelly and Jeff Lewis are fighting, and discover that Constanța, Romania is a place not one, not two, but THREE legends call home. In conclusion: hey Jessayyyyy, ooOoOoOoOooh. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns.
May 5, 2020
We're so lucky to have Who Dat? back again again — in case you forgot, that's our special series on Black Whos (and sometimes Thems, let's be real), featuring Aminatou Sow and Shani Hilton. We're talking Iggy Azalea and Playboi Carti (who allegedly HAD A BABY), the iconic Rashida Jones (plus Black AF & her co-star, Kenya Barris), Tia/Tamara (and Tahj) Mowry, Amandla Stenberg, #VERZUZ, Tiffany Haddish's dictator BFF, Westworld (but mostly Thandie Newton and Tessa Thompson), Yvonne Orji and our collective fav: Kid Cudi aka Scott Mescudi #JusticeforHowtoMakeitinAmerica #RastaMonsta Subscribe to the Los Angeles Times, preorder Big Friendship from your local bookstore and follow both Amina and Shani on Twitter. Then leave us a message at 619-WHO-THEM and we'll see you back here on Friday!
May 1, 2020
On today's Who's There, we begin with Britney Spears burning down her home gym and end with a years-long journey towards confirming the Who/Them status of Neapolitan Ice Cream. Between those two HUGE topics, we also discuss the celebrities on Drag Race, Lea Michele's pregnancy, an extremely fun charity sweepstakes, and why Gayle King is the best friend anyone could ever have. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a question, comment, or concern and we may address it on a future episode... even if we're 2.5 years late.
April 28, 2020
Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, Finn Wittrock, Max Greenfield & Wes Bentley—hm, what do they call have in common? More importantly, if they were placed side-by-side could you tell them apart? Our first mid-pandemic celebrity divorce stuns the nation (but not E! News, who knew it was coming) and Julianne Hough and her husband quarantine separately—he's podcasting with Gavin DeGraw, while she hangs out with Prince Caspian aka Ben Barnes. Plus, Haylie Duff does printer #spon that blew our minds, What Lucy Hale Eats in a Day, why sisters Josephine and Katherine Langford refuse to acknowledge each other, Kaia Gerber gets herself stuck in a love triangle (with Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart... maybe) and we talk tabloids! Tabloid talk!
April 24, 2020
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take your comments about Ansel's nude, Alia Shawkat's bike, LA's Dunkin sitch, and Naturi Naughton's impact. Next up, we take your calls about Gina Gershon's new boyfriend, The Guy, Kirsten Storm's soap career (and love for java), and Andie MacDowell's refusal to obey the law. But not before discussing the most important new Who of the week: Giant Baby. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message and we may play it on a future episode!
April 21, 2020
Today two global citizens will discuss about everything from celeb streaming set-ups (hint: the celebs are ramping up production, in mostly shameful ways.) A Teddy Riley v. Babyface #VERZUZ battle ends up a mess, while the Global Citizen Festival gives us 3 Keith Urbans, 1 Nicole Kidman. We have good news (TikTokers break up) and bad news (Jeannie & Jeezy get engaged!) Plus, Kate Beckinsale is dating a 22 year old named Goody Grace and Brazilian soccer star Neymar Jr.'s mother is dating a 22 year old TikToker. We wonder what Lauren Jauregui is up to, check out the celebrity fan fiction in this week's tabloids and #STAYHOME. R.I.P. Kitty Purry.
April 17, 2020
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take a LOT of comments (including an extremely important one about Kelly Ripa's What I Eat In a Day Video), followed by a few questions about our beloved Ana de Armas Updates, Rupert Grint's better half, Georgia Groome, LaToya Jackson, LaToya **J.** Jackson (yes, there are two LaToya Jacksons), and... frozen food brands. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message and we may address it on a future episode!
April 14, 2020
You coming to the #dojacatisover party? Don't worry, we'll explain what it means when you get here. Plus, #Benana finally find some masks (kind of), Blac Chyna tells Cameo to shove it (by charging $950 for a FaceTime), the Cheetah Girls / 3LW feud comes to a head on Instagram Live, Brielle Biermann gets redpilled, Zach Braff gets mistaken for Anne Hathaway's ex-boyfriend, Raffaello Follieri (by her dad), The River Wild spawns a marriage (and quick annulment), Gemma Collins discovers ASMR, Moana comes out as bi on TikTok and Star magazine writes quite compelling fan fiction about Jen and Brad quarantining together.
April 10, 2020
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take comments about famousbirthdays.com (sorry we missed your big day, Busby Quints), Gayme Show (sorry we got your host wrong, Dave Mizzoni), the *other* "Care Package" (sorry we didn't promo your mixtape, Omarion), and Molly Shannon (sorry we've never seen Santa Clause 2, caller). Next up, we answer questions about Jessica Simpson's bff, Laura Prepon's bunker oatmeal, Wayne Brady's next door neighbor, Tyra Banks's food diary... and more! As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave us a message, and we may address it on a future episode.
April 7, 2020
Did you know Lindsay Lohan chose right, literally right now, to drop her comeback single? (And that DJ Steve Aoki just dropped track featuring... Zooey Deschanel?) There are NO RULES anymore, so we're digging into gossip items like, "Margot Robbie shows off her low key lockdown look as the actress goes grocery shopping in LA with husband Tom Ackerley" and "Gisele Bundchen is in full zen mode as she urges the world to join Global Meditation to spread love, peace and harmony amid coronavirus pandemic." Oh boy! Plus, does the recent "adventures" of influencer named Arielle Charnas signal the end of the influencer? And when will people stop caring about the Kardashians? (Never.) Plus, we dig into the (paper!) tabloids for "Tab Talk" and play a new game called "Famous Birthday Game" based on the wackadoo rankings at our favorite website, famousbirthdays.com.
April 3, 2020
On today's Who's There, our weekly call in show, we celebrate Meghan's big movie premiere (that's Meghan Markle, in case you thought I was talking about Megan Hilty), learn a little more about Alexa Chung, and take questions about Michelle Trachtenberg's love for June Carter Cash, Leslie Jordan's love for Instagram video, Bindi Irwin's love for People Exclusives, and Lindsey's love for The Indigo Girls. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns.
March 31, 2020
Don't you hate it when that "mystery blonde" turns out to be...Mia Goth? Page Six forgets what Shia's ex-wife looks like, US Weekly goes deep on Ariana Grande's new Real Estate Agent boyfriend, Dalton Gomez, Brody Jenner shacks up with a TikToker named Daisy Keech, Robbie Williams apologizes to Jane Seymour for a 1997 episode of MTV Cribs? (Why?) Plus, we play a new game "amid the Coronavirus pandemic" (that's actually the name of the game, too) and the tabloids go absolutely batty. (Well, more batty than usual.) #Benana As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns.
March 27, 2020
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take comments about... I already forgot. Hold on let me check the doc. Oh right: Kirstie Alley's house, the Mason-Dixon line, a mom's clever use of "Ashokan Farewell," and the difference between Ellen Burstyn and Ellen Barkin. Moving on, we field questions about Tommy Dorfman (which leads us to Hanya Yanagihara somehow), Tala Alamuddin, Morgan Stewart's new relationship with Jordan Mcgraw, and... Priyanka Chopra's instantly iconic clap. (Not to be confused with "applause.") As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns. We may address them on a future episode!
March 24, 2020
Charlie Puth is spreading facts, Waka Flocka's suited up (for what?), Sam Smith is sobbing, Sophie Turner is shading (Evangeline Lily), Bella Hadid is posing with a burrito over her boob. Just normal Whos doing normal things out here—excuse me, in here. Plus, the Daily Mail Australia spotlights Steve Irwin's "hot niece," aka Rebecca Lobie, Bad Bunny shows off his (good) booty (and his quarantine girlfriend!), Kirstie Alley's 25 Things from February brings us a touch of forgotten joy and won't someone please tell Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas to get back inside already? COME ON!
March 20, 2020
On today's Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take comments about The Bachelor, Victoria Justice, Johnny Flynn's famous half-brother, and Ginnifer Goodwin (from her fan club president), followed by questions about Instagram's wild culture right now (hello Gal Gadot), the cancelation of Eurovision, Jodie Sweetin's podcast, and a 1-2-3 punch about Emily Oberg, Arizone Zervas, and Montana Tucker. At this point we'll talk about anything. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns.
March 17, 2020
Today's episode can really be summed up by the following Daily Mail headlines: "Rebel Wilson cuts a casual figure in a Givenchy grey hoodie as she heads to the shops to stockpile food amidst coronavirus pandemic", "RHONY star Luann de Lesseps stocks up on paper towel as she joins panic shopping crowds in the Hamptons amid coronavirus outbreak," and "'I hope he takes it with a sense of humour!' Shania Twain reveals that Brad Pitt DOES 'impress her much' despite the iconic lyrics from her hit song claiming otherwise'" I wish we were kidding. All this and more! (More = Kaley Cuoco's iconic Starbucks #spon, Dakota Johnson's iconic Architectural Digest Open Door tour, this season of The Bachelor comes to a swift and merciful end, JoJo Siwa allegedly gets a boyfriend and Ezra Miller. Ezra! Miller!
March 13, 2020
Another episode of Who's There! Our weekly call-in show! I'm using exclamation marks here because we want everything to seem fine! Johnny Flynn is not Wyatt Russell! Victoria Justice is not a flop! Rosie Huntington-Whitely is not missing! Broccoli rabe is not broccoli! Call 619.WHO.THEM to leave your questions, comments, and concerns, and we may address them on a future episode! Cool!
March 10, 2020
Happy (two days after) International Women's Day! How did you celebrate? Did you read all about Mischa Barton reportedly getting kicked off The Hills for being too boring and replaced by Pizza Heiress Caroline D'Amore? No? How about Ben Affleck likely dating his co-star, (the aforementioned) Ana De Armas? Or the FTC celebrating IWD by sending warning letters to influencers about their diet tea Instagram #spon? Plus, a #yikesyikesyikes where Jared Leto almost falls off a climbing rock, Lindsay Lohan joins Cameo and a very special IWD-themed game.
March 6, 2020
Mira Sorvino / Mena Suvari? Orville Peck / Anderson Paak? Jamie Lynn Spears / Jamie Lee Curtis? These confusing celeb pairings are confusing us even more—and yet you won't stop calling with them! On this week's Who's There? (where you call in with your comments, questions, concerns at 619-WHO-THEM) we got calls about Loren Gray (the TikToker in Taylor Swift's music video), famous Harrys, Calista Flockhart (and what's she's up to), Channing Tatum's Who tendencies and upcoming dog movie, DOG, and the E-Trade Baby. YES, ONE OF YOU CALLED ABOUT THE E-TRADE BABY.
March 3, 2020
Five things to know about today's Who? Weekly. 1: We open with a conversation about The Invisible Man (spoilers, but not really...) 2: We spend a lot of time describing bottles of Febreze. 3: We learn what societal shift ultimately led to the creation of a "Hot Pockets Heiress". 4: We discover that The Shade Room has a spinoff for teens. 5: We consider investing in Sofia Vergara's son's extremely vague new business
February 28, 2020
On today's Who's There, our weekly call-in episode, we'll be discussing Billy Joel's ex Katie Lee, Alexanda D'Addario's ex Logan Lerman, and John C. Reilly's son Leo. Why? Because... 'Cause all I ever wanted was calls Hey, hey-uh (Ooh-ooh) Hey, hey-uh (Ooh-ooh) Hey, hey-uh All I ever wanted was calls Hey, hey-uh (Ooh-ooh) Hey, hey-uh (Ooh-ooh) Hey, hey-uh (Higher, higher) [Chorus] I want your stupid calls, calls I want your stupid calls, calls (Oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh, oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh)
February 25, 2020
Gigi Hadid said WHAAAT to Jake Paul on Twitter? You'd have to be an irrelevant ass to not care! We figure out where that "Dance Monkey" song came from (Hint: it's Australia), why SZA's pissed about her Rolling Stone cover, who exactly Will Arnett's (now pregnant) girlfriend is, why Jana Kramer and Mike Caussin felt the need to "redo" New Year's Eve, if JustJared thinks that Lili Reinhart's new dog is actually a man, if Brittany Snow's bachelorette party was indeed "Pitch Perfect-themed", and play an incredible question-asking (and answering!) game.
February 21, 2020
Ah, another episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show where we take your questions, comments, concerns, and rants about time zones. On today's episode, we discover that OTHER people have name dyslexia (Terry Crews vs. Terry Gross??), learn about Matt Healy's iconic mother (she's a co-host of the UK's Loose Women), debate whether Jordan Fisher or Noah Centineo will become a bigger Them, listen to Roddy Ricch's Bieber-beating smash hit "The Box," and come to terms with the fact that we'll never understand Mountain Time. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a voicemail and we may address your call on a future episode!
February 18, 2020
It's an episode filled with love! Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner's (alleged) pregnancy, Tokyo Toni's Instagram Live nuptials, Mya marries a "mystery man" who is revealed to be...herself? Plus, Brielle Biermann's lips are back, Orlando Bloom's tattoo mishap, Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina start a lifestyle brand, FKA twigs bags another cool dude (The 1975's Matt Healy, allegedly), and a GAME about the most disgusting things Jonathan Cheban has eaten (and put on his Instagram) after he blocked Who? Weekly. What more could you ask for?
February 14, 2020
If there's a better way of celebrating Valentine's Day than by listening to calls from strangers about tax law, confusing Helen Hunt with Holly Hunter, a Gen Z'er who goes by Snail Mail, Brie Larson's extremely hot new boyfriend (and his surprising connection to Maria Bello), and Kabbalah, I don't know what it is! So enjoy the most romantic day of the year by listening to the Whoiest calls of the week. IMPORTANT LINKS MENTIONED IN TODAY'S EP: Emalie Marthe on the fall of Kabbalah as a celebrity fad Caroline Framke on the corporate feminism at this year's Oscars Melody stealing Nicole's thunder Sam Hunt saving music Christina Aguilera introducing us to the concept of a lotus As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave your questions, comments, and concerns.
February 11, 2020
You're telling me two Whos got face tattoos this week? You're telling me people are confusing Olivia Munn for Olivia Wilde in person? You're telling me someone from The Bachelor was called out for modeling 'White Lives Matter' merch? You're telling me Bindi Irwin's fiancé didn't fall into the Croc pit? You're telling me Luke Evans went Instagram official with new new boyfriend Rafael Olarra? You're telling me Parasite swept the Oscars? You're telling me that Most Markelous Headline finally got a cursed theme song? That's what I'm telling you!! Call 619-WHO-THEM for comments, questions, concerns and complaints. And thanks to today's sponsor, Katy Keene. Check it out Thursdays 8/7c on The CW.
February 7, 2020
It's Friday, which means it's time to take! your! calls! At 619-WHO-THEM, as always. Today we have comments about fonts, robots, Jessica Simpson, and grammar! Next up, we take questions about Rumer Willis's furniture-selling strategy, Jameela Jamil's Notes app strategy and Sheryl Sandberg's engagement announcement strategy. (As mentioned in the episode, see Trace's tweets here and Ericka's tweets here) Crunch, crunch!
February 4, 2020
TGIT(uesday)! Sure, it's not Friday but you do get a brand new Who? Weekly episode, so how could it be that bad? It's not as bad as Pamela Anderson and Jon Peters' 12 day marriage, or as bad as "Rachel Lindsay and LaLa Anthony indulge in fast food treats at Bootsy On The Water Party With McDonald's And Post Malone"? The Super Bowl brings us a plethora of Wholeb events, so thank you sports!) It also brought us Lady Gaga's new lover—who may or may not cure cancer. Jessica Simpson's got a new memoir, Zac Efron's back with an old flame, Princess Love & Ray J are NOT together as of publishing and Gavin Rossdale won't give Natalie a blender. WHY NOT, GAVIN?
January 31, 2020
Sometimes you gotta catch up with old friends: like, the Bella Twins are pregnant AT THE SAME TIME? Colton Haynes HAS NEVER HEARD OF AMAZON (until recently, when he used it to buy pillowcases)? LANY is HUGE in the Philippines? Jade & Tanner LOST their $1 fantasy sports winnings? Sputnik News is RUSSIAN PROPAGANDA? Oh boy, your calls are informative this week. Plus, Megan Pormer—who is she? And did Halsey aka Ashley Nicolette Frangipane do 9/11? We didn't ask it, you did.
January 28, 2020
Though This Is Not a Grammys Podcast™, we spend the opening of today's episode chatting about Music's Big Night. Or was it just big for Billie Eyelash, Bebe Rexha, Shania Twain, and the mall where Lana Del Rey bought her dress? Unclear. Next, we chat about the #DollyPartonChallenge (what was Natalie Portman thinking?) and Lena Waithe's extremely interesting surprise wedding slash surprise divorce, and what that means in a post-Michelle Williams/WhatsHisName world. And, after explaining Julianne Hough's exorcism (and friendship with "Dr." John Amaral), we take a quick listen to the Chrissy Metz song that might win Diane Warren her first Oscar ever. And then there's Rita and a new friend: SputnikNews.com. Call us with your comments, concerts and questions and maybe you'll hear yourself on this week's Who's There?: 619-WHO-THEM.
January 28, 2020
Though This Is Not a Grammys Podcast™, we spend the opening of today's episode chatting about Music's Big Night. Or was it just big for Billie Eyelash, Bebe Rexha, Shania Twain, and the mall where Lana Del Rey bought her dress? Unclear. Next, we chat about the #DollyPartonChallenge (what was Natalie Portman thinking?) and Lena Waithe's extremely interesting surprise wedding slash surprise divorce, and what that means in a post-Michelle Williams/WhatsHisName world. And, after explaining Julianne Hough's exorcism (and friendship with "Dr." John Amaral), we take a quick listen to the Chrissy Metz song that might win Diane Warren her first Oscar ever. And then there's Rita and a new friend: SputnikNews.com. Call us with your comments, concerts and questions and maybe you'll hear yourself on this week's Who's There?: 619-WHO-THEM.
January 24, 2020
Before we forget, let's link to some incredible art we play not once but TWICE in today's episode: Nicki Minaj - Starships ("Pachelbel - Canon in D" Version). It's iconic. I nearly cried. Moving on... Welcome to another episode of Who's There! Today we begin with some enlightening comments about Roman Abramovich, Paris Hilton's lasagna, and the Rock's father. Next, we move on to question's about Leighton Meester's terrible (if well-intentioned) #spon, DUA & ANWAR & NICOLA & BROOKLYN & HANNA & PAUL (all caps intentional), and Pamela Anderson's creepy new husband, Jon Peters. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a voicemail and we might address it on a future episode.
January 21, 2020
Does Stavros Niarchos III ring a bell? Anyone who is anyone (who also read ONTD in 2009) will remember that name, and guess what? He's back! And newly married to an art/fashion influencer named Dasha Zhukova whose origin story will shock you. Will Channing Tatum and Jessie J get back together? One gossip blogger seems to think so... Plus, our Most Markelous Headline of the Week does NOT disappoint—it involves a Pilates guru! Amber Heard got a medical boot and a new girlfriend named Butti; Jen and Brad's SAG run-in has the tabloids screaming for dear life and Rita shows off her "leggy pins pins." As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave us a voicemail, and we may play it on a future episode. Crunch crunch!
January 17, 2020
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call in show, we find out the difference between the Panama Papers and the Paradise Papers (wait, is there one?), the difference between Camila McConaughey and Camila Alves (wait, is there one?), the difference between being born into the family of landed gentries and nepotism (wait, is there one?), and the difference between redwood trees in the Pacific Northwest and Redwood trees in New Zealand (wait, is there one?). We also take questions about Minnie/Adam Driver, Nikkie de Jager, The Home Edit, and Paris Hilton's instantly iconic new cooking show, appropriately titled Cooking With Paris. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave us a voicemail, and we may play it on a future episode. Crunch crunch!
January 14, 2020
Which new Love Islander once dated Lewis Capaldi? Which two Bachelor alum first found love on Bachelor in Paradise and now maybe found $1 million in a fantasy football league? (Well, unless they cheated.) Did Real Housewives Brandi Glanville and Denise Richards... secretly hook up? Then we'll bring back a classic segment—MOST MARKELOUS HEADLINE OF THE WEEK—because we desperately need it and finish by diving deep into the break up of YouTube's Jeffree Star and his now-ex boyfriend, Nathan (and why we seem to care.) All in a day's work. Call 619.WHO.THEM and we might address your call on a future episode. Go ahead! Call us!
January 10, 2020
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we'll be discussing two famous-ish women named Eliza Doolittle (one fictional, one real), Taron Egerton's very special party, all the drama surrounding Meghan and Harry (aka Megxit), Julianne Hough's strained relationship and burgeoning dance-cardio empire, the baby Cybertruck growing inside Grimes' stomach, and whether or not you should know who Golden Globe nominee Ana De Armas is. (You shouldn't, by the way, but you will soon enough.) There's also mention of Quentin Tarantino's who-y new wife, Daniella Pick!! Guess what: she's Eurovision-adjacent! You love to see it. Call 619.WHO.THEM and we might address your call on a future episode!
January 7, 2020
It's award show season, and we're starting off with the Golden Globes—Who got praised? Who got snubbed? Who got Who'd and who... tried to sing the nominations? Oh brother! From Taron to Awkwafina to Chet Haze/Hanks and every Brosnan son along the way, we'll give you our best recap. Then we welcome Raddix Madden to the world, Brielle Biermann "dissolves" her lip injections with acid (and her ex gets married), Linda Perry wears her signature hat to a party after she splits with Sara Gilbert, Erin Foster gets married and her dad David helps Meghan Markle with real estate, Jordyn Woods finds a new BFF and "ladies man" Wilmer Valderrama get engaged! Make sure to call 619 WHO THEM with your questions, comments and concerns, and maybe you'll hear it on the next episode.
January 3, 2020
Big week at 'Who's There?', so let's just straight get to the topics: Why "Masterpiece" describes Lindsey's song and Madonna's 2011 Oscar snub; Why people were tweeting about Ally Brooke on New Year's Day; Why Lindsay Lohan called in to CNN from Oman (on NYE?!); Why (white) Michelle Williams is engaged... again; Why you do NOT need to know who Eliza Scanlen is and! Why Temple Grandin may not know who Juno Temple is (or maybe she does?!) That's it! See you Tuesday! Call 619.WHO.THEM and we might address your call on a future episode!
December 31, 2019
Should old WHO-quaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Should old WHO-quaintance be forgot and old lang syne? Before you sing that song tonight, we have a brand new episode for you featuring: darkness in the Daily Mail (first, Royal Family BFF & photog Janina Gavankar accuses them of 'shoppin and then the Saga of Randy & Cindy & Pete & Kaia), Channing & Jessie J break up🥴🥴🥴, Joseline's return to reality TV, Google's search trends (and why they're Who-y), Jersey Shore's Angelina & 90 Day Fiancé's Ashley fight at a Sugar Factory... plus, Hugh Hefner's son Cooper... joins the air force? OK!
December 27, 2019
We're not taking any breaks this holiday season, so you're getting a brand new episode of Who's There! Having said that, we decided to play some of the most, excuse us, unplayable (and perhaps unforgivable) calls in lieu of more topical fare. For example, does JoJo Siwa know who Greta Thunberg is? Is Kerrygold Butter a Who or a Them? And how about this one about ranking every type of French fry from Who to Them? Lindsey even wrote and recorded a song about Hanukkah! It's really special. And by special I mean bad... but in a good way! Happy Holidays, all! Call 619.WHO.THEM and we may feature your call on a future episode!
December 24, 2019
The only thing worse than CATS this holiday season... it's the 2019 Who?Me Awards! We're talking major Wholigan fan service and a round-up for the wacky year that was 2019, Who? Weekly style. (AKA if you're a new listener, this might be a bit much so FAIR WARNING!) We've got celebrity hosts (lol), new categories (lol) and a bonkers walk down memory lane that'll remind you of all the countless hours you've spent this past year listening to our perfect podcast. We love you and thank you! Happy Who?Mes!
December 20, 2019
Well, what do you know, another episode of Who's There! Today is considerably less deranged than last week's... or is it? Honestly, I never know these days. The important thing is that you'll come away having been educated about a wide variety of essential topics like the relationship status of Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne, the relationship status of Margaret Qualley and Miranda July, the hunk status of Kumail Nanjiani, Martha Stewart's pseudo-feud with Antoni Porowski, the ballad of Brother Nature, and the lyrics to the Mad About You theme song. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM and we might answer your call on a future episode.
December 17, 2019
Sure, we've mentioned Derek Blasberg before, but do we really know who he is? If someone were to come up to you at a party and claim to be Derek Blasberg and his plus ones, would you believe them? (It's OK! You're not alone.) At the same party, what if you ran into Nicole Scherzinger and Sam Smith doing poppers? Or saw J. Law, who was celebrating renowned glassblower artist Paul Arnhold‘s 35th birthday? And the next party that night was producer Jennifer Klein's famous pamper party with a slew of generous #sponsors? Maybe on the flight home (you're at Art Basel Miami) Rachel True asked for you to move over, but you really love sitting in the middle seat? (Which is weird, but whatever.) Plus, a Daily Mail photo caption game that'll test your puzzle-solving skills. And Rita! As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns and we may feature them on Friday's call-in episode!
December 13, 2019
We need somebody to heeeeeal, somebody to knoooooow, somebody to haaaaaave, somebody to WHO? Sound familiar? If not, it's OK! We'll cover the singer of this (^slightly altered^) tune AKA "America's Sweetheart" Lewis Capaldi. Plus: the utterly meme-able Miss Juicy, the world of Jennifer Love Hewitt's Instagram, nepotism's newest contributionThe Mandelorian's Jake Cannavale, the WHOs and THEMs of fast food chains and most importantly, Your Calls! Don't forget to call us: 619-WHO-THEM and leave your questions, concerns and comments.
December 10, 2019
Today on Who? Weekly, the podcast where you'll learn everything you need to know about the celebrities you don't, we chat about the Golden Globe nominations (briefly, don't worry) and move on to more important things, like actor Monica Ruiz (aka The Peloton Wife), American reality star Teddi Mellencamp (Meg Ryan's one-time almost-stepdaughter), British reality star Ryan-Mark Parsons (he likes McDonald's), Scottish singer K.T. Tunstall (suddenly she saw), grocery store chain Lidl (pronounced "lee-dull"), and Rita Ora's new "relationship" with Jude Law's son Raff[erty]. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns and we may feature them on Friday's call-in episode!
December 6, 2019
Last week someone called the hotline and said, simply, "Every week this podcast gets more deranged." We took that as a compliment. But also... as a directive! As such, today's episode of Who's There is loads of... fun? Yeah, fun. After taking comments about the real names of both Fisher Stevens and Lea Michele, we tackle Jason Derulo's tackle and Chrishell's battle with ex-husband Matthew Morrison. Next up: questions! Dakota Johnson v. Ellen (with a cameo from Producer Jonathan Norman) Gabrielle Union v. America's Got Talent (with a cameo from Ellen Pompeo) Jason Mamoa v. Chris Pratt (with a cameo from Mananalu canned water) And, finally, a game of Who or Them, which is so ridiculous I can't even get into it here. OK, fine, I'll get into it. Trans-Siberian Orchestra is a seasonal Them. But Flinstones Vitamins? You'll have to listen to find out. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns and we may feature your call on a future episode. And if you want MORE Who? Weekly content, consider subscribing to our Patreon! Just $5 a month gets you 2 bonus episodes a month and a weekly newsletter. We love you all, as always.
December 3, 2019
With 91(!) original made-for-TV-adjacent Christmas (OK: sometimes featuring Hanukkah) movies coming to screens near you throughout the holiday season, we're asking: WHERE DID ALL THESE WHOS COME FROM? WHY IS EVERY JOB EITHER A "WEALTHY WIDOW" OR CEO? HOW IS CANDACE CAMERON BURE NOT A BILLIONAIRE BY NOW? We're running through the line-up via two iconic games—tune in and hear us try to figure out how to make the Perfect Hallmark Christmas Movie. P.S. the story about Xmas movies that Lindsey can’t remember the origin of is here! Sorry!
November 29, 2019
What better way to wake from your food coma than with an all-new episode of Who's There tackling big issues like: the bigges Whos at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, appendicitis-induced fame, trickle-down name-onomics, Anna Paquin's big moment in The Irishman, and the supreme question of our time: is Baby Yoda a Who or a Them? As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a question, comment, or concern and we might address it on a future episode! Why? Why? Why called Joe, haven't you?
November 26, 2019
They're just friends! Did you hear me? JUST FRIENDS! THEY ARE JUST FRIENDS! The mags are shouting from the rooftops that these two celebrities are just friends—who? Justin Timberlake & Alisha Wainwright and Brad Pitt & Alia Shawkat... Who maybe should get together for a Thanksgiving double date? I mean, because they're all just friends. Two people who may become just good friends soon? Chrishell Stause and Justin Hartley—they're breaking up. Jason Derulo and Lil Jon are showing off (the D and in Vietnam, respectively), Shay Mitchell needs to flip the photo, Iggy Azalea and Playboi Carti need to call the cops and Sam Hunt needs to surrender his driver's license. Vroom, vroom!
November 22, 2019
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we discuss the following topics: Argo; Lindsey's relationship with Boston; Katy Perry's relationship with Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar; How to pronounce "Gyllenhaal"; Whether or not FKA Twigs has seen High Life; Princess Love being unable to flee Las Vegas; THE WHOS AND THEM OF ORGANS... What's wrong with us. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message and we might address it on a future episode!
November 19, 2019
Who. Is. Olivia. Culpo. Is this a question we'll ever be able to answer? God knows we've tried in the past, and we'll try once again in this episode. Will we figure it out? Who knows! And that's not the only thing we'll try to figure out: Why won't Mohamed Hadid take down his structurally unsafe cliffside mansion? What happened to Derek Hough's appendix? Which actor made Dove Cameron feel "not OK"? How did Demi Rose Mawby's modeling skills stack up on the runway? And why did Kaia Gerber buy Pete Davidson a confetti cake? Plus, a divorce that left us shook (lol) and Rita meets the Prince. Yes, the actual Prince.
November 15, 2019
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we answer questions, comments, and concerns covering a wide variety of topics, from the fact that Jen Gotch is forever connected to crying at work, to Mike Posner's finished run, to a certain guest's famous husband. There are also headier, more complicated questions, like "What is the relationship between People magazine and NBC Universal property The Voice" and "Who the hell is Demi Lovato dating and what does he have to do with Dogtown and Z-Boys?" Oh, there's also something about the movie/musical Once, but you'll have to listen to find out why. Honestly I already forgot why we brought it up. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message and we might address it on a future episode!
November 12, 2019
We're everywhere today—lucky you! First, Ben Affleck's new girlfriend Katie Cherry, who is she? (Is she really best friends with Tara Reid? Does she really have beauty and brains?) Will they stay together forever or split—like Finn Wolfhart's band, Calpurnia (R.I.P.) or Reba and her geologist boyfriend, Skeeter, OR (allegedly) Nina Dobrev and her now(maybe)-ex Grant Mellon? Why is Sharon Stone suing Chanel West Coast neé Dudley? Who is Flavor of Love alum's Deelishis' new boyfriend? And finally, a full breakdown of Daily Mail's coverage of Amal Clooney's almost-fall on cobblestone... and her sister's actual-fall on cobblestone, just a few years earlier! Is it one of the best Daily Mails we've ever seen? Tune in to find out.
November 8, 2019
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we go so long (sorry) that we had to edit down 2.5 hours of recording to one hour and 15 minutes. (To hear the cut segments you'll just have to subscribe to our Patreon.) Why? Because this episode is ALL OVER THE PLACE in the best possible way. There are calls about documentaries! Calls about Chelsea Clinton! Calls about Scott Eastwood! Calls about Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend! Calls about Keanu Reeves's girlfriend! And some of those calls devolve into conversations about Charlie's Angels and the Metric System! A game of Who or Them? even takes us to the best tweet of all time (which I won't spoil here). Look, I don't know how we get where we get, but the journey is always fun for us. (And we hope it is for you.) As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message and we may play it on a future episode. Crunch crunch, y'all!
November 5, 2019
After her iconic Who's There? call-in, we've invited none other than "You Must Remember This" host Karina Longworth on today episode to chat all things Old Hollywood. Is there anyone else who thinks about what exactly happened to Natalie Wood on that boat more than us? We don't think so!!! We'll chat the Whos and Thems of her new season of "You Must Remember This" and then play a brand new game, one that we'll all (hopefully) forget soon after. Join us, won't you?
November 1, 2019
On today's extra-long episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take comments about Meghan Markle and Rita Ora and Vanessa Hudgens and Vanessa Hudgens AND Vanessa Hudgens, followed by questions about Peter Cook (blech), Leelee Sobieski (she paints now), Summer Walker (fast-track to Themdom), and someone named Kelsey Calamine who is famous because she looks like... Lucy Hale? Oh, and the last call is from Richard Curtis -- yes, the writer of Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill and Love Actually and About Time -- and he uses a very iconic sign off that will... well, just listen. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message, and we may address it on a future episode. Love y'all! DQ! That's what I like about Texas!
October 29, 2019
The wait is OVER: 'Who Dat?' is back. Our pals and Black Who experts Shani Hilton and Aminatou Sow join us in Manhattan for a catch-up on all things Who. Sure, we spend a lot of time on Meghan Markle (We gotta!), but we're also talking Safaree (and his ex, the new Mrs. Petty), Lizzo, Ray J, Tinashe, Lori Harvey and... everyone in between. Join us!
October 25, 2019
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show where we answer your questions, comments, and concerns, we chat quickly about Selena Gomez's new song (mouth noises) and Kesha's new song (instantly iconic) before taking comments about the Paddington Pooper, Dairy Queen (aka Dennis Quaid), and the ubiquitous Pokemon Go spon. After those six hours fly by, we move on to questions, and hoooooo boy are these a doozy. First up is an exploration of a mysterious man who's friends with seemingly every Who we've ever talked about. He goes by @Michael on Instagram, and, yes, we found him. (With the help of a very talented friend.) Then we pivot to Australia's Masked Singer, where Lindsay Lohan has somehow found herself asking Cody Simpson about furniture. Finally, we talk about Jen Gotch, the Ban.do founder who would like you all to start crying at work. Call 619.WHO.THEM to leave us a voicemail, and we might address it on a future show! Until Tuesday, crunch crunch.
October 22, 2019
Australia's got a mystery on its hands. WHO is the jogger caught on CCTV leaving poops up and down posh New South Wales neighborhood, Paddington? PR maven Roxy Jacenko knows, but she's keeping mum, while radio personality Jackie O ads her 2 cents... er... two bob. (She's regular!) Plus, Rachel McCord calls the paps to her gyno appt (and they show up!), Jaime Pressly (not Jamie King!) gets in trouble for saying her eldest son is her "favorite", Bachelor alum Amanda Stanton is dating Rich Kids of Beverly Hills alum Brendan Fitzpatrick (aka Morgan Stewart's ex), Dennis Quaid is engaged to a UT (PhD) student named Laura and Rita's NOT in Greece. She NOT in Greece.
October 18, 2019
Rise and shine, Wholigans! It's time for another edition of Who's There, our weekly call in show during which we respond to your questions, comments, and concerns! This week's topics include Stormi Jenner's least favorite song, Gina Rodriguez's worst performance ever, the truth about Stumptown, the "truth" about Julianne Hough's dogs, the scourge of Who-filled Pokemon GO ads flooding your social feeds, and - drumroll please - whether or not Richard Curtis is a Who (featuring a call from someone who desperately needs to know). As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave us a voicemail and we may play it on a future episode!
October 15, 2019
Today we have people who didn't quite pay their taxes (Joe G. & the Chrisleys), what exactly is going to happen to them and (most importantly) how the tabloids are covering it. (Hint: NOT WELL!) There's also the absolutely cursed relationship between David Harbour and Lily Allen (now complete with PDA pap shots), and the less cursed friendship between Kendall Jenner and her not-boyfriend Fai Khadra (and his twin DJ sisters, SimiHaze.) Julianne Hough's dogs both die on the same day, to which we say... Our most heartfelt condolences, but something seems up. Liam Hemsworth dates an actress named Maddison with two Ds. Safaree makes a dildo. Ed Sheeran tries to build a chapel. Rita goes to Russia. Plus, we play "I Don't Know Her" and it's great!
October 11, 2019
Hold the phone! It's a brand new Who's There? and we're cleaning the inbox. And because most of your calls demand it, we're taking on the UK WAG drama head-on: Who is Colleen Rooney? Who is Rebekah Vardy? What does WAG even stand for? To whom are these women selling tabloid stories? Is Instagram the hottest place to solve a crime? And you're telling me Colleen and Wayne Rooney's basement isn't actually flooding? Put on your floppy Sherlock hat, locate your Detective Latoya Jackson magnifying glass and grab a long-ass pipe because we're turning on Murder on the Orient Express, except it's not the 2018 remake with Josh Gad... It's actually good #WAGathaChristie  Today's episode is brought to you by The CW. Watch new episodes of Batwoman on Sundays at 8/7c and Nancy Drew on Wednesdays at 9/8c, or stream both for free on The CW app. Don't forget to call 619-WHO-THEM to leave us queries, comments and compliments.
October 8, 2019
Today on an EXTRA LONG Who? Weekly, we discuss a host of important topics, from Hailey and Justin Bieber's Notebook-themed wedding (at a plantation), to the lawsuits filed by Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry against the UK tabloids, to -- you guessed it -- the literal translation of the movie Long Shot's Italian title: Non succede, ma se succede... We also cover Miley Cyrus's oat-sowing, Ben Affleck's potential revival of Good Will Hunting, and the questionable origin story of Maria Sharapova's new candy venture. And BEFORE YOU MENTION IT, yes, there's some sort of weird clicky thing going on with Lindsey's audio this week. Blame the travel mic!! It won't happen again!!!! As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns, and we might address your call on a future episode of Who's There, our Friday show.   Today’s episode of Who? Weekly is brought to you by the CW. Watch new episodes of Batwoman on Sundays at 8/7c and Nancy Drew on Wednesdays at 9/8c, or stream both for free on The CW app.
October 4, 2019
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we learn a little more about Ben Shattuck (spoiler: he's rich as H E L L), a little more about John Stamos's Big D (it's a LEFTOVER), a little news about Celebrity X Factor (the girl from LOVE ACTUALLY Is in it), a little something about Erica Mena and Safaree (the little something is a baby), and a little too much about someone named Sat Hari Khalsa (she's obsessed with ozone, which is a Them gas). Oh! And during a game of Who/Them, we find out that Greta Thunberg's mother is... an icon in her own right? As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a question or comment and we might play your call on a future episode! (Or you could just tell us some off the record goss, because that's fun for us.)
October 1, 2019
There's drama in the skies, thanks to The Veronicas (Quantas) and Aubrey O'Day (American Airlines), but if you ask us... something's fishy. We'll dig into two instances of Whos in-air, before revealing who Halsey's new boyfriend is... OK, I can't keep secrets from you, it's Evan Peters! John Stamos gives his wife Caitlin McHugh the D... But it's NOT what you're thinking. (Unless it is and... you should go to jail.) Plus, NO ONE can figure out who Seann Williams Scott just married (and honestly would we care if it wasn't such a mystery? NO!), Antonio Banderas loves his dull girlfriend and Glenn Powell's perfect mom trolls his 'haters' on Twitter.
September 27, 2019
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we learn even more about Thomas Middleditch's **ALLEGED** romantic life and the WB frog (he has a name, by the way), then take questions about A) the similarities (and very important differences) between Jenny Slate's new fiancé, Ben Shattuck, and Jennifer Lawrence's new fiancé, Cooke Maroney, B) Lana Del Rey's presumably (but not definitively) problematic boyfriend Sean Larkin, C) the Whoiness of the Friends cast, and D) Michelle Williams being black, not white, which you should all be able to tell from her profile photo!!!! As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns.
September 24, 2019
Apparently no one watched The Emmys this year, so why are we talking about it? Will it get people to watch Fleabag, or to know that Ozark exists? Here are some names: Julia Garner, Jharrel Jerome, Luke Kirby. Other names we're discussing today: Mel B & Jessie J (They're in a feud?), Noah Centineo ('Memba him? His beard is blonde now), Jeff Lewis (His radio show got him in trouble), Thomas Middleditch (He told Playboy that he's a swinger) and Andrew Rannells (His new boyfriend came out on the one season Marie Osmond talk show on Hallmark.) What a line-up! Rita wore a skimpy black bikini!
September 20, 2019
On today's episode of Who's There (our weekly call-in show), we follow up a handful of comments about Blue Women, Felicity Huffman (who is, in fact, a blue woman), Joe Kerry, and UPN with questions about Millie Bobby Brown's skincare video, Soleil Moon Frye's new gig, and Sailor Brinkley-Cook alleged involvement in a Dancing With the Stars-related conspiracy theory. There's also an extended (too extended??) conversation about The WB Frog. Memba him? Unfortunately we do. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message and we might address your call on a future episode! Love y'all!!!
September 17, 2019
R.I.P. Priscilla Presley's horse, and R.I.P. Joe Keery's iconic haircut. On today's episode of Who? Weekly we dig into things like Hustlers and how much we love to see it, celebrities talking about 9/11 on their social medias and how much hate to see it, Felicity Huffman's jail sentence and how many days she'll actually serve, Saturday Night Live's Lauren(?) Michael(?) and literally WHAT IS GOING ON OVER THERE. Plus, the biggest news of all: Which adorkable Bones-adjacent actress is dating one half of The Property Brothers?
September 13, 2019
Today on Who's There, our weekly call in show, we take your COMMENTS (on the College Admissions Scandal movie, Zooey Deschanel, Adrian Grenier, and Flume), QUESTIONS (about Twitter's favorite topic of the week, Kelly Clarkson's new goddaughter, and the new Charlie's Angels song), and cap it off with a game of WHO OR THEM (ft. Tracee Ellis Ross, John Slattery, Blue Man Group, and MORE).  AS ALWAYS, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns, and we might respond on a future episode! Or we'll just text you back. That's fun sometimes.
September 10, 2019
Burning Man... New York Fashion Week... Did they even happen if no Whos attended? (Or if the Whos that did attend were... Jenelle & David from Teen Mom? And Target-loving Instagrammer Eva Chen?) Iggy Azalea gets stung by a hornet, Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan are spotted near each other (sending JustJared into cardiac arrest) and we're watching the chaotic trailers for Lifetime's The College Admission Scandal and Escaping the NXIVM Cult. Plus, Zooey breaks up, Jonah gets engaged, Wyatt Russell... marries someone who looks A LOT like his mother, Goldie. We play a round of "I Don't Know Her" and Rita joins the UK panel of The Masked Singer. We're so happy for her.
September 6, 2019
Today's EXTREMELY HIGH ENERGY Who's There will hopefully make up for Tuesday's EXTREMELY SUBPAR ENERGY episode (blame getting up early on Labor Day weekend) and we have you to thank for it. It's a wonderfully wild collection of calls, from warnings about the dangers of champagne corks to desperate pleas from Pittsburgh residents to respect Rooney Mara's family. There's a call about how Eva Longoria's obsession with hyaluronic spans language barriers, a call about how Real Housewives of Beverly Hills finally hired its first black cast member, and -- perhaps most importantly -- a call about Maura Tierney that really takes us on a journey through iconic actresses with extreme needs a cigarette energy. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message for us and we might play it on a future episode! You're all the best. We mean it.
September 3, 2019
Did Lindsey forget to write the episode description and title? Yes. Will that stop you from listening to this new episode of Who? HOPE NOT! We've got new romances (Margaret Qualley & Pete Davidson?) and... a lot of injuries? Zip lines, champagne bottles, subway tracks—the Whos are out here getting hurt and saving lives. Plus, is one Hemsworth brother dating another Hemsworth brother's ex? If the Gossip Cop says no, we say... probably!
August 30, 2019
Today on Who's There, our weekly call-in show during which we take questions, comments, and concerns, we discuss so many topics: from stomachs to penises, Best Food's to Hellmann's, and, uh, Gwyneth Paltrow to Lea DeLaria? (You'll enjoy that last one, we promise.) Moving on, we tackle Haylie Duff's partnership with the canned food industry (also known as Big Can), Ty Pennington's real first (and second? and third?) name(s), Julia Stiles's mysterious absence on the poster for Hustlers, and what Liv Tyler keeps in her attic. Oh! Also? Lizzo has officially gradWhoated. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave a message for us, and we might play it on a future episode.
August 27, 2019
Magic Mike, Chippendale's... or both? Lindsey's back from Vegas with a full report on the two male revue—one of which starred a very special Jersey Shore Who, who came all the way from Staten Island. Plus, GMA's Lara Spencer offends the royals, Ellie Kemper steals our mayo #spon, a Bachelorette couple actually get (legally) married, Gemma Collins launches the best podcast we've ever heard (other than this one) and Christina Hendricks reveals her iconic connection to cinema. Seriously. Are you DYING for us to talk about last night's VMA's? Call 619-WHO-THEM and we'll see if we can figure out this year's show on this week's Who's There!
August 23, 2019
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!
August 20, 2019
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!
August 16, 2019
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!
August 13, 2019
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.
August 9, 2019
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.
August 6, 2019
As Wendy Williams recently said, "Clap if you've ever wanted to kill somebody!" That has nothing to do with today's episode, but I can't stop thinking about it. Today's episode is all about the Whos—Fan Bingbing's #exclusive chat with the Times, the wave of celebs who are married but not-actually-legally-married (including Brody Jenner & Kaitlynn Carter, Vanderpump Rules' Katie & Tom, Cara Delevingne & Ashley Benson and Geena Davis and her ex, Reza), Kathie Lee's new man #Cronk, Milo V's dog movie publicity tour, JVN and Antoni's "satirical couple account" , Willa Ford's career as an interior designer, Lily Allen out with David Harbour 😩, Joshua Jackson wearing the same shirt 2 days in a row(!) alongside gf Jodie Turner-Smith and... Does Diane Keaton know who Rita Ora is? The answer may surprise you. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM and leave a question, comment, concern, correction, or hot gossip.
August 2, 2019
Annnnnd we're back to our regularly scheduled programming! Today on Who's There, we take comments about two very famous British rock stars, a Da Brat and LisaRaye connection we missed, and the truth about Bindi Irwin's mother's accent. Those are followed by an extremely helpful speculative update on the Lori Loughlin case from a LAWYER, and these New Whos: the masked gay singer named Orville Peck, the son of Elizabeth Hurley named Damien, the grandson of Jack Nicholson named Duke, and a very important life hack regarding someone named Maggie Gyllenhaal. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM and leave a question, comment, concern, correction, or hot off-the-record goss! For a chance to win two tickets aboard a VIP cruise to the Bahamas this summer, simply post your Bud Light summertime photos using the hashtags #RealEnoughtoGetaway and #BudLightContest on Facebook and Instagram. See budlight.com/realenoughtogetaway for more details. Visit brumate.com and add code WHO to get 15% off your first order! Go to thirdlove.com/WHO now to find your perfect-fitting bra and get 15% off your first purchase!
July 30, 2019
Lindsey decided not to attend Jana Mongeau & Jake Paul's wedding at the Sugar Factory in Las Vegas, but the two did end up 'getting married'... at a Sugar Factory in Las Vegas. Was it real or fake? (Does it matter?) Director Antoine Fuqua & Eddie Murphy's ex Nicole Murphy were caught in a more-than-friendly kiss (despite him being married), Diddy might be dating his son's ex-girlfriend (who might also be Steve Harvey's stepdaughter???), Bindi Irwin's People-exclusive engagement photos are literally ssssssstunning, Armie Hammer did some weird stuff on social media (again), Leo's girlfriend Camila Morrone "clapped back", Riverdale heartthrobs Lili Reinhart & Cole Sprouse break up maybe but also maybe not, Constance Wu is the iconic diva we need and Joe Jonas & Sophie Turner lost a dog to NYC traffic. R.I.P. Waldo Picasso. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, concerns, and comments. Support our sponsors by checking out The Real World Atlanta on Facebook Watch and downloading Best Fiends on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
July 26, 2019
On today's episode, we're trying something new that we've decided to call Says Who? We can't be experts in every field of Whos, and that's where Says Who? comes in. In these episodes, we will invite various experts on the show to explain the Whos of their given field. This week, that Whoniverse is... politics. Yeah, yeah, we said we don't like talking about politics on this show, but with a list of Democratic Presidential Candidates as ridiculous as the ones we have this year, how could we resist? So we were honored to have Clare Malone, Senior Political Reporter at FiveThirtyEight and host of the 538 Politics podcast, and Clio Chang, writer and politics contributor at Jezebel, on to tell us alllllll about the Whoiest Democratic hopefuls. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, concerns, and comments. But also, let us know the categories you'd like us to invite experts to discuss in a future episode of Says Who!
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