There are few stories about Donald Trump that I as a liberal blogger would find difficulty believing. But this is one. If Buzzfeed had not provided a reasonably verifiable audio of this interview with yeah, Howard Stern, I still would...Show More Summary
This happened back in 2005, and I don't know if Buzzfeed thinks this is something outrageous that ought to count against Trump, but the facts are: 1. It wasn't Trump's idea, 2. Trump considered it and expressed his idea in a very positive way ("And it would be nine blacks against nine whites, all highly educated, very smart, strong, beautiful. Show More Summary
Donald Trump loves women. And Donald Trump loves Howard Stern. And Donald Trump loves talking about women with Howard Stern. Over the course of more than 20 years and roughly two dozen appearances on the "Howard Stern Show," Trump has...Show More Summary
Donald Trump had an idea in 2005. He wasn’t happy with the previous season of his hit NBC show, The Apprentice, and he wanted to spice it up. So, he suggested in an interview with Howard Stern that the following season of the show should...Show More Summary
Tweets by @romenesko Stories I posted on other social media: For Howard Stern fans: Top 10 show characters (my picks) Chuck Todd: “I can’t tell you who is more vitriolic: a Trump supporter on Twitter or a Sanders supporter” Columnist doesn’t want to discuss Trump – and uses a lot of white … Read More
In a public-spirited exercise in gossip archeology, D-list celebrity interviewer and former Howard Stern Show regular Chaunce Hayden, the publisher of Metropolis Nights magazine, has rediscovered a 12-year-old recording of his phone call with Donald Trump concerning aPlayboy and Penthouse … Continued
Utterly fascinating. The readout said “Steve Martin” but it did not sound like him. Obviously, it was him, but he didn’t sound “on,” but like a regular guy. And that’s who Steve is. Steve grew up in SoCal, Orange County, Garden Grove, worked at Disneyland, honed his chops at Knott’s Berry Farm and got a […] The post Steve Martin On Howard Stern appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
Donald Trump denied romantically pursuing Princess Diana in an interview Tuesday, despite previously claiming he would have slept with her "without even hesitation." In 2000, Trump told Howard Stern that Diana was "a great beauty," before...Show More Summary
A media loop encompassing The Howard Stern Show and The Verge.
How Howard Stern and Pat Buchanan laid the groundwork for Donald Trump’s success.
Los Angeles has millions of picture windows, and I spent the summer of 1991 making them so clean that birds could fly right into them and die. I had come from New York, with a pixie cut and a 15-year-old’s inflated sense of sophistication, to visit my dad, who was ... More »
Donald Trump was on the cover of Playboy in 1990 alongside model Bradi Brant. A supporter of the GOP presumptive presidential candidate had Trump autograph a copy of the magazine at a rally in Nebraska recently, which the real estate mogul and reality TV star did with a smile. Show More Summary
It’s mid-May, which means it’s time for The Washington Post to unload the cheap-shot “investigative” stories on the Republican front-runner. On the front of the May 11 Washington Post is a story on Trump’s sex boasts….and sex life. The...Show More Summary
Meghan Trainor may have flexed some muscle in response to being photoshopped against her wishes in her new music video. But Me Too isn't the only thing irking the 22-year-old at the moment… As she told Howard Stern Tuesday morning, she's pretty upset — not to mention surprised — at how hard it is to get a [...]
Meghan Trainor discussed the surreptitious digital body alterations that prompted her to pull her video for "Me Too," telling Howard Stern, "I'm the poster child for no photoshop!" on The Howard Stern Show Tuesday. While Trainor admitted that she had requested any visible peach fuzz or moles be scrubbed from the clip, she added, "I never...
For eight years, during my tenure in the band Cobra Starship and from my time being heavily featured on The Howard Stern Show, I'd had thousands of random people from different cities, states, and countries reach out to me to offer unsolicited (but sometimes helpful) life advice. But sometimes... Continue reading
Never one to hold his tongue, Robert Downey Jr opened up about his fondness for filming with his “Iron Man” costar Gwyneth Paltrow during Wednesday’s (May 4) episode of “The Howard Stern Show.” The “Sherlock Holmes” stud confessed, "I guess I can dream a little bit. Show More Summary
We weren't expecting this one! On Wednesday, Robert Downey Jr. visited the Howard Stern to drop a bomb about his "free pass". Even though the actor is happily married to his wife Susan Downey since 2005, he as an unspoken agreement to mack on a certain actress if the opportunity arises. Related: Robert Visits Young Fans At [...]
Though Robert Downey Jr. refuses to make his own political views public, he was happy to share Tony Stark's presidential pick for 2016 in a recent interview with Howard Stern. While promoting Captain America: Civil War, Downey explained:...Show More Summary
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