Since the release of his new book about parenthood, The Daddy Diaries: The Year I Grew Up, Andy Cohen’s been making his rounds promoting the autobiography in the press, and his most recent stop was SiriusXM’s The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday, where Howard Stern got candid about Andy’s not so little penchant for name dropping celebs, especially affably charming heartthrob John Mayer (who could blame him), who was mentioned so many times he should get residuals! Howard/s take? The pair’s relationship is riding the fence between romance and bromance! And to his credit, he may be right- cause, according to Andy, he’s “in love” with John Mayer.
During that interview with The Hollywood Reporter where Ben Affleck said “fuck no” to directing a DC movie under James Gunn and claimed he had a really good time with Jennifer Lopez at the Grammys (uh huh), he also talked about a side eye-inducing comment he made about his ex-wife Jennifer Garner in 2021 during an interview with Howard Stern. Back then, he said that if he were still married to Jennifer Garner, he’d probably still be married to the bottle too. But because Ben obviously doesn’t want to get jumped by Jen’s BFF Victor Garber, he’d like to clarify what he meant.
Whenever I hear a Lizzo song, I tend to shut down because if not, I’ll get the urge to start flailing my arms and legs in an unrhythmic cadence like Chandler Bing (I can’t dance), and if you don’t get that last reference, then you may also be under the impression Lizzo exclusively makes music for white people. I think Lizzo’s music is for anyone with good taste. Yet people have been criticizing her music as needing a little splash of seasoning because, apparently, it’s whitewashed. Well, this has come up before, and she previously said that the criticisms bothered her until she got off the internet and heard from Black women in the real world who have been touched by her music. Lizzo talked about it once again during an interview on SiriusXM’s The Howard Stern Show and says this will be the last time she talks about it, okay!
It’s been 10 years since Jon Hamm’s hefty trouser entity, fondly referred to as “The Hammaconda” has made its way into our cultural lexicon. Over the years we’ve ogled it on the set of Mad Men, on dog walks, and on the red carpet. The pants containing it have changed, but the tingles it elicits remain consistent. The Hammaconda has become a familiar, cherished old chum at this point, and it has always just been assumed that Jon likes to let his baby-arm hang free, considering we’ve seen the entire outline of it. But during his recent stop at The Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM, Jon says that he’s never gone without underwear. And if the fact that his bulge is so prominent even WITH underwear has caused you to book the next flight out to find Jon and profess your insatiable thirst, slow your roll; because Jon also talked about how in love he is with his longtime girlfriend, Anna Osceola, and has even been contemplating marriage.
Many movies ago, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. met on the set of I Know What You Did Last Summer and fell madly in love, which doesn’t happen very much in Hollywood. Normally stars meet, they get the underwear tingles and settle things during a quick romp in their trailer. But not for SMG and Freddie. Their love has endured for twenty years, so in a bit of throwback humor, SMG recalled a time when Freddie appeared on The Howard Stern Show in 2001 and discussed his upcoming plans for marriage with host Howard Stern. And of course, Howard gave his congratulations by basically asking Freddie “Why the hell do you wanna do that?”
If you think the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, effectively stripping millions of Americans of the fundamental human right to decide their own fate, is terrifying, infuriating, and overwhelming for the poorest and most marginalized among us, imagine how hard it must be to be a rich and famous men of this country! As of yet, poor people have been presented with two options — vote or die. But because of their wealth and notoriety, the options are practically endless for America’s richest men. Yesterday we learned that a fed-up Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong announced his intention to renounce his citizenship and move his family to the U.K. And on Monday’s Howard Stern Show, Howard Stern tells us that our best option for restoring reproductive freedom in America is for him to run for president. And his campaign slogan? Just a suggestion but how about — Vote for Me or Die, Bitches! What Else Are You Gonna do? Move to Fucking England? With what Money, You Broke Ass Sluts? I dunno, just throwing it out there. It’s no I Like Ike, but it’s got a nice ring to it, don’t you think?