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Y cuando digo gastar, digo gastar de verdad, digo comprar cueste lo que cueste, tirando la casa por la ventana. Es fácil el dispendio cuando el dinero es de otros, cuando la responsabilidad del éxito o el fracaso no nos corresponde. Si sale bien, ya lo dijimos nosotros. Si, por el contrario, todo sale mal, perderemos la memoria y no nos acordaremos de que, aquello que criticamos, fue exactamente lo que habíamos dicho que había que hacer. Min. 01 Seg. 44 - Intro Min. 08 Seg. 26 - Hace tiempo que se lo habían contado Min. 12 Seg. 47 - Y todo se supo oficialmente ayer Min. 18 Seg. 55 - Si no lo desmienten es que es verdad Min. 23 Seg. 38 - El pelotazo del siglo Min. 29 Seg. 10 - Todo cambia minuto a minuto Min. 35 Seg. 14 - Años y años de transición Min. 40 Seg. 32 - Siempre hay alguna pega Min. 48 Seg. 35 - Una mala, no tan mala temporada Min. 53 Seg. 46 - Recuerdos de una hernia imaginaria Min. 60 Seg. 17 - Despedida Amy Winehouse (Berlín 15/10/2007) Valerie You're Wondering Now You Know I'm No Good Juest Friends Tears Dry On Their Own Wake Up Alone Cupid Brother Rehab Back To Black Ronnie Wood, Johnny Depp & Imelda May - Remember (Walking In The Sand) (Londres 22/05/2023)
Las Culturistas with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang
What WE do in the shadows? We TALK to amazing people like Harvey Guillén, who joins Matt & Bowen on this terrific episode of Las Cultch to get into it on poppers culture, celebs being "on the A-list", the Met Gala and how Harvey celebrated but also lightly stuck it to Mr. Lagerfeld, Drag Race guest judging, Sasha Colby, shooting and auditioning for What We Do In The Shadows, Toronto cultures, rude men in fedoras, and navigating homophobia. Also, how Titanic and Kate Winslet gave way to Harvey's culture that made him say culture was for him: Peter Jackson, and the film Heavenly Creatures starring Kate and finalist Melanie Lynskey. All this, the origin of the middle finger, auditioning with Jerri Blank monologues, doing Wicked in Osaka, Japan, Hilary Duff's music, when you can really call yourself a New Yorker and the idea of wanting to smell like Johnny Depp.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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This episode is packed with lots of entertaining topics, we start with the draft, and this one was yummy! Then our a**hole for this week was definitely a shock. Our topics for today covered, Prince Harry almost DYING! Johnny Depp receiving a standing ovation for the trouble that his hell of a ex has caused him, and Florida in the process of kicking people out and a boycott going against them. Finally we end with our game, "What is Gabe thinking?" Tune in and find out what happens in The Deep EndNEW EPISODES OUT EVERY WEEKYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsHg8uMU97O_-DZp5dNLF0gSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6HTFG2ku1PS4PI26z5QlZS?si=fd900d25dc724a78Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-deep-end-podcast/id1630677759ADD US ON OUR SOCIALSTHE DEEP END:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/td3podcast/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@td3podcastTwitter: https://twitter.com/td3podJB:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@jbalvarezInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/xchunksterx/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@xchunksterxTwitter: https://twitter.com/xchunksterxDARYON:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@daryonredic9316Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daryonredic_/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@daryon_redicGABE:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fluff_turtle14/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@fluff_turtle55Twitter: https://twitter.com/Fluffyninja55
Friend to the Loulabelle's podcast Ruby Boukabou chatted on the Loulabelle's FrancoFiles a few weeks ago to give me an idea of what to expect at the Cannes Film Festival but nothing could prepare me for the level of craziness I found when I finally got there! There is glitz and glamour but also just squillions of people! This chat is half way through the festival and includes Ruby's and my discussion about a couple of the films we saw:The New Boy directed by Warwick Thornton, starring Cate Blanchett, Debra Mailman, Wayne Blair and newcomer Aswan Reid as the new boy. See the Cannes Couch clip for more here.Jeanne du Barry directed by Maïwenn, also starring Maïwenn and Johnny Depp. For the Cannes Couch clip including our take on the press conference, click here.The mammoth organisation of the festival is hugely impressive. Just the security alone is on a level we don't ordinarily see anywhere else. Moving into the second week of the festival we are looking forward to more celebrities, a day trip to Nice, some more films and the Palm Dog Award which is the award for the best dog actor in film for the year! Only in France!Come and escape to the Cannes Film Festival with us!Follow along on YouTube on @TheCannesCouch **Louise Prichard is the host of the Loulabelle's FrancoFiles podcast.**Other Loulabelle's links:FrancoFile Fix on YouTubeLoulabelle's FrancoFiles Spotify Playlist Loulabelle's FrancoFiles InstagramLoulabelle's FrancoFiles website
The Devil, The Angel & The Maitre'd
Cult-classics like Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Batman, Big Fish and Nightmare Before Christmas would not be part of our history without Tim Burton. Listen to us discuss his movie genius on all podcast platforms and at DAMNopinion.com.The DAMN Opinion Podcast. Where the Big, the Bold and the Bald offer entertainment on entertainment. Listen to us discuss what's hot and what's not on all podcast platforms and at DAMNopinion.com. Schedule: Weekly Website: www.DAMNopinion.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgHosts: Mark Montgomery, James Smith and William Craig"Entertainment on Entertainment"
Joey Devine drops by to review Air, plus the latest on Johnny Depp, Mark Wahlberg, and Elon Musk.
You are about to witness the strength of street knowledge as Skip and I breakdown the first movie in our Action Block called The Wesley Snipes Experience with the film that started it all, NEW JACK CITY (1991)! Come join us as we venture from 1986 to 1989, through the beginning of the crack epidemic in NYC, to Flavor Flav MCing at the Spot Lite, to Chris Rock doing his best junkie routine, to Ice-T only making 26K for his first movie and he's bringing it, to Mario Van Peebles (MVP) directing his first movie, to Judd Nelson inexplicably playing an Italian cop that should've been played by a young Johnny Depp or Michael Imperioli, and finally to Wesley Snipes absolutely killing it as the undisputed champ of drug kingpins, Nino Brown. So, sit your five-dollar ass down before I make change, because you gotta rob to get rich in the Reagan era, we are takin' over the Carter, because this thing is bigger than Nino Brown, this is big business, this is the American way...Go to...Anthony's IG - https://www.instagram.com/stormgiantproductions/Video Vagabond IG - https://www.instagram.com/video.vagabond/Featuring Music by...Nite Owl - https://jambox.io/royalty-free-music/jmbx_delorean/5eb95efb4a894067f03aaefc
Boom! Jump into episode 83 with us as we catch up from the past week. A series from the past is coming back to the TV. We had a recent sighting of Johnny Depp out there in Hollywood land. The Foo Fighters have their new drummer so they can get on to some touring. A couple of legends have left us this past week. The Dallas Stars are in the conference finals but already down two games. Is it over? The NFL has decided to stream playoff games now on a network that no one really has. A lot of people are upset with Pat McAfee for taking a big payday. We aren't. The Texas Rangers are red hot right now and still hanging onto first place in the division. Jacob deGrom is getting close to returning to the team. We then run down a new album for each other to listen to this week and report back with the top three songs. Leif gets some rock and Sam gets some country. Then finally we end this episode by telling the story of a woman who murdered her husband then wrote a book about grief. It's a crazy story for sure! Hit that play button and enjoy out there! Cheers! Follow us on everything below!https://linktr.ee/eskimobrotherspodcast
Conviction rates for rape trials are lower than those for other criminal trials, and the court experience can be intrusive and harrowing for survivors. The Law Commission of England and Wales (the independent body that advises the government on law reform), has just published a new consultation paper for how to change this. Criminal law commissioner Prof Penney Lewis, and before her Independent Sexual Violence Adviser Annabelle Edwards of Rape Crisis, speak about the reforms they'd like to see. The Scottish government's Victims, Witnesses and Justice Reform (Scotland) bill also aims to improve rape trials. If passed, it would abolish the "not proven" option for acquittal, create specialist rape courts, and controversially establish the option of judge-only, non-jury trials as a pilot scheme, as it's feared rape myths might influence some jurors. Fiona Leverick, professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at the University of Glasgow and Tony Lenehan KC, president of the Faculty of Advocates' Criminal Bar Association discuss the bill. The Hollywood stars and former married couple Johnny Depp and Amber Heard faced each other during two separate libel trials that asked whether or not Mr Depp physically abused Ms Heard. Depp lost the first case, against the owners of the Sun newspaper. It was heard by a judge in the High Court in London. Depp won the second case, against his ex-wife, decided by a jury in the United States. Nick Wallis is the only journalist to have covered both trials. He contrasts them in his new book "Depp v Heard, the Unheard Story". Presenter: Joshua Rozenberg Producer: Arlene Gregorius Researcher: Bethan Ashmead Latham Sound engineer: Neil Churchill Editor: Clare Fordham Production Coordinator: Maria Ogundele
Leveling Up with Benjamin Banks
Banks is out this week so D and Trav are here to discuss their favorite (and same time least favorite) subject, DC. Trav gives his predictions on Fast X while D chats about the new news surrounding Johnny Depp.As always make sure you support the podcast by giving us a 5 star rating and subscribing to us on Apple Podcast, it really helps us out in the algorithms. You can also listen on all other podcast platforms by clicking the link below:https://pod.link/levelingupbanksAlso, make sure you subscribe to the YouTube channel where we post a brand new video everyday and upload the video portion of this episode on Friday. You can find that by clicking the link below:https://www.youtube.com/c/LevelingUpwithBenjaminBanksSupport the show
I love doing these random off the cuff chats. Since me and Jai talk about this stuff anyway why not put it in an episode. Of course I didn't plan for it to be a whole 2 hours but here we are. We get into so many things like the recent headlines in fashion, content creators and their evolution, the Chloe Sevigny & Dover Street sales, Tiktok bans, weird micro trends, get into Vice filing for bankruptcy, reviewing some 'awful and weird' Cruise collections from Gucci and Chanel, and the end of MTV News. ---Get BONUS episodes on 90s TV and culture (Freaks & Geeks, My So Called Life, Buffy, 90s culture documentaries, and more...) and to support the show for $5 a month! Sign up on Patreon ! Hosts: Lauren @lauren_melanie & Jai @jai_stylefactoryFollow Fashion Grunge PodcastInstagram @fashiongrungepodTwitter @fgrungepodLetterboxd Fashion Grunge PodcastTikTok @fashiongrungepod
We're pretty sure this wasn't Johnny Depp, but you never know with that guy… If you can manage to make it through the day without harassing people on a train while dressed as Captain Jack Sparrow… you're doing OK. Source: https://katu.com/news/local/captain-jack-sparrow-arrested-by-transit-police
It's a full episode of The Pop Culture Pop Up! This week we have chisme on the Vanderpump Rules #Scandoval that has had the nation in a chokehold, Billie Eilish breaking up with her Neighbourhood boyfriend, Brie Larson being asked about Johnny Depp at the Cannes Film Festival, The Dodgers being cowards, Harry & Meghan's scary night in New York, & new music from Hozier, Kelly Clarkson, & Lewis Capaldi Follow us on TikTok, Twitter, & Instagram @youmeandchismeSubscribe to our newsletter at youmeandchisme.comEmail us: email@example.comFollow Julie & Adrian on Instagram & TwitterJulie (@juliexplores): Instagram & TwitterAdrian (@djadriatic): Instagram & Twitter
(Airdate 5-22-23) Ben and Jen showed up this weekend looking much happier and packing on the PDA on a Beverly Hills Shopping trip. One more week for Cannes, until all of the Hollywood elite and wannabes return for our scrutiny. Meanwhile in France, Indiana Jones is separated from his Ally McBeal, while Johnny Depp showed up with teeth that rival someone with bad hygiene. And @HalleBerry Listen to the daily Van Camp and Morgan radio show at: AltBossGold.com 92.5TheBlock TRIK FM RockPartyRadio RiverRatRadio The Mix614 Sunny105 Souldies.com KTahoe.com RetroFM 941now.com ZFunHundred Tucka56Radio.com AmericaOneRadio.com TheMix96.com 100az.live Audacy Lite99Orlando.com PlayFMOnline.com Free99EastTexasRadio FrontierCountryOnline.com Hits247fm.com BossBossRadio.com Hot977FM.com CountryBarnyardRadio.com B98KC.com That70sChannel.com iHeartMedia Boss90sNow.com CoolJamzRadio GenerationsX.com MagicRadio.rebelmediagroup.us BossCountryRadio.com Retro80sRadio24/7 NCMCountry OasisRadio Z89.3 StarHit1FM 925The Block 247TheSound.com WMQL War Zone Radio WRSR The Rooster DCXRocks FusionRadio Mix96.1 106.5TrisJamz BigRadio.online 389country.com Power104 find us at: VanCampAndMorgan.com
We're all about #family here at Breakfast All Day, so we wouldn't dream of spoiling the many, MANY revelations in "Fast X." But we're doing a spoiler chat on our YouTube channel on Wednesday, May 24 at Noon PDT, where we'll go in-depth on the beginning of the end of The Fast Saga. Also this week, we review Paul Schrader's "Master Gardener" and the Italian drama "L'immensità" starring Penélope Cruz. In news, we discuss all things Cannes Film Festival: "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny," Johnny Depp, Pedro Almodovar and more. And over at our Patreon, we recap this week's "Ted Lasso" and episodes 3 and 4 of the third season of "The Great." Thanks as always for joining us!
We live prehistoric for Adam Driver's 65 then go to infinity and beyond for Pixar's Lightyear (including our favorite Letterboxd user reviews) plus we also discuss new trailers for Martin Scorsese's The Killers of the Flower Moon and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, Beetlejuice 2 first images, Johnny Depp's Jeanne du Barry controversy, our top four favorite films on Letterboxd, and other things we've been watching including To the Bone, Everybody Loves Raymond, and Orange is the New Black - Season 3.0:00 - Intro: Starbucks Run + Elvis Got His Nails Clipped3:00 - Review: 6513:13 - 65 Letterboxd Reviews15:18 - Retro Review: Lightyear (2022)27:12 - Lightyear Letterboxd Reviews28:40 - News: Trailers (The Killers of the Flower Moon, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One) + Beetlejuice 2 First Images + Johnny Depp's Jeanne du Barry Controversy40:40 - Listener Mail: 4 Favorite Films on Letterboxd47:31 - Picks of the Week: To the Bone, Everybody Loves Raymond, and Orange is the New Black - Season 350:38 - Outro: Our New Dog MileyEmail Us: TheFilmBudsPodcast@gmail.comFollow the Buds on Letterboxd:Henry: Henry's LetterboxdElle: Elle's LetterboxdPaul: Paul's Letterboxd Contact & Follow:The Film Buds on InstagramThe Film Buds on TwitterThe Film Buds on FacebookTheFilmBuds.comThe Buds on BandcampThe Buds on Patreon
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Information har tidligere beskrevet, hvordan der var asbest bag fliserne, da Frelsens Hær fik renoveret deres herberg på Amager. Både beboere og polske håndværkere blev udsat for kræftfremkaldende asbestfibre. Nu har to af håndværkerne henvendt sig til avisen: for de har aldrig hørt noget om asbest. Ulrik Dahlin fortæller historien. Filmredaktør Christian Monggaard er i Cannes. Igen. Og denne hans 25. gang er der traditionen tro både en parade af gode film og en skandale, der fylder en hel del. Denne gange er det valget af åbningsfilmen, den kontroverseille franske instruktør Maïwenns Jeanne du Barry med den ikke mindre kontroversielle Johnny Depp i hovedrollen. Men som Monggard skriver: »Selv om de tydeligvis har ønsket det anderledes, er det måske, Maïwenn og Thierry Frémaux, der nu for alvor får sat gang i det franske #MeToo-opgør.« Rune Lykkeberg er her også. Til en optur over den udenrigspolitiske strategi, som han ser som et endelige opgør med Anders Fogh Rasmussens værdibaserede aktivisme.
TWS News 1: You Don't Say?! – 00:30Yougle It: Bulging Veins – 3:05TWS News 2: When to Let Your Child Have a Phone – 8:17Mental Health Tips – 11:48TWS News 3: Cash for Secrets – 19:45Your Last Work Prayer – 22:08Flashback Friday – 28:40Rock Report: Depp's Teeth – 33:15The Lengths You Went to to Get Out of Debt – 35:57Name It & Claim It: House Plant – 42:22 You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies
It's Plant Something Day, a dentist gives a scientific update on Johnny Depp's teeth, The Rock is back for the Fast franchise, a list of warnings when booking a vacation rental, people are too tired to be healthy, and Oscar Meyer introduces the Frank mobile!
The American singer/songwriter Kesha's first major success came in 2009 when she was featured on rapper Flo Rida's number-one single "Right Round". She's since had two number one albums and nine top ten singles including Tik Tok, We R Who We R, "Your Love Is My Drug," "Die Young, and "Timber" with Pitbull. She has earned two GRAMMY nominations. Today she releases her latest album – Gag Order. She joins Anita to discuss the themes of love, anxiety and spiritual awakening. In a new study out today, scientists have suggested that humans kissing may have started 4,500 years ago in the ancient Middle East – that's 1,000 years earlier than previously thought. Anita finds out more from the scientist Dr Sophie Lund Rasmussen from the University of Oxford. The best selling author of the Geek Girl series, Holly Smale, was diagnosed as autistic in 2021, at the age of 39. She said she felt relief that she now has an explanation for why she's felt she's never “fitted in”. She couldn't herself anywhere. She needed to see herself in a book, so she wouldn't feel so alone. Holly has now written her first adult fiction – the highly autobiographical, The Cassandra Complex. She joins Anita to explain why it's important to her that autism is represented in the media. Anita is joined by another one of the women on our Power List celebrating 30 women in sport. Manisha Tailor is the Assistant Head of Coaching at Championship club Queen's Park Rangers and is the first woman to hold such a position in men's professional football in England. Manisha is also the founder of Swaggarlicious, an organisation that uses community football sessions to engage with minority groups including women and girls, and especially those with mental health challenges. ‘Depp vs Heard' is a three part C4 series that charts the tumultuous defamation trial between Johnny Depp and his former wife Amber Heard that was broadcast live in full. Mixing courtroom footage with the reaction from the millions who viewed it online, it's a story of twists and turns. And questions if a jury ever be truly fair in the age of social media? The BAFTA-nominated documentary director Emma Cooper, joins Anita from Los Angeles. Presenter: Anita Rani Producer: Louise Corley
Dax Holt and Adam Glyn get you caught up on the biggest stories in Hollywood in the Raw Rundown! The guys talk about the Paparazzi Chasing Harry and Meghan, Johnny Depp Possibly Leaving Hollywood behind, Yet Another Update on Jamie Foxx, & MORE! Take a dive into Hollywood unlike any you've done before. Real, raw, and uncensored. Join us as we talk to celebs living their lives in front of the cameras AND hear from the paparazzi, bodyguards, and private flight attendants that surround them. Find out what your favorite celebrities are REALLY like. Hosted by entertainment news veteran Dax Holt and NYC photojournalist Adam Glyn. Follow Hollywood Raw TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@hollywoodraw Instagram:instagram.com/hollywoodrawpod Facebook:facebook.com/HollywoodRawPodcast Twitter: twitter.com/hollywoodraw Dax Holt Insta:https://www.instagram.com/daxholt/ Twitter: twitter.com/daxholt TikTok: tiktok.com/@dax_holt Adam Glyn Insta: https://www.instagram.com/adamglyn/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/adamglyn TikTok: tiktok.com/@adamglyn YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdamsAppleNYC/ A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on: https://hurrdatmedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Isaias and Megbo dissect the DISGUSTING TMZ documentary on Britney Spears. Who is Johnny Depps daughter dating and Is JLo back on top with her new movie? and MUCH MUCH MORE!!! OPENING (WOULD YOU RATHER GAME) ~ MUSIC NEWS-12:23 ~ TV, NETFLIX, MOVIES, AND BOOBIES-23:19 ~ CELEBRITY GOSSIP-47:32 ~ THE BRITNEY NOTIFICATION OF THE WEEK-01:01:28 ~ CLOSING ENTREE-01:26:53 FOLLOW US! INSTAGRAM: @whistlewhileyoutwerkpodcast ~ TIKTOK: @whistlewhileyoutwerkpod ~ TWITTER: @WWYTPodcast YOUTUBE: whistle while you twerk podcast EMAIL US! @firstname.lastname@example.org #BRITNEYSPEARS #MILEYCYRUS #KIMPETRAS #NICKIMINAJ #RIHANNA #KENDALLJENNER #KIMKARDASHIAN #KYLIEJENNER #KANYEWEST #JLO #LIZZO #AVAMAX #MADONNA #NETFLIX #HBOMAX #BEYONCE #BADBUNNY #JAYZ #HARRYSTYLES #PARAMOUNTPLUS #APPLETVPLUS #HULU #ONEDIRECTION #TAYLORSWIFT #KEKEPALMER #PETEDAVIDSON #KATYPERRY #TMZ
We found a tape of Vinnie's first show on Alice, we reminisce on our show back in the day, Johnny Depp has no further need for Hollywood, we have audio of The Weeknd saying his first name, the correct pronunciation of celebrity names, Elizabeth Holmes and Sunny Balwani were ordered to pay 452 Million dollars to the victims of their fraud scheme, Elizabeth Holmes' request to stay out of prison was denied, Someone stole Judy Garland's Wizard of Oz slippers and the culprit was finally captured, Apple has a new mobile feature in the works that will replicate your voice, Montana banned TikTok, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Pat McAfee bolts to ESPN, Meghan Markle & Not-a-Prince Harry pretend car chase, Chris D'Elia wishes he was Vanguard, a nude man fights all of Miami, and who's smarter Anna Nicole Smith or Britney Spears? Local Comics: Dave Landau will be in-studio with us tomorrow. J. Chris Newberg has a new special you should watch. Jack Douglas is NOT Jack Gordon. Drew “eulogizes” him, but we'll talk to him next week. Britney Spears responds to TMZ Investigates just like we thought she would… by spinning. Higher IQ… Britney Spears or Anna Nicole Smith? Meghan Markle received the Ms. Foundation's Woman of Vision Award for some reason. Meghan and Not-a-Prince Harry claim they were being chased by paparazzi just like Lady Diana. FAKE! Meghan's lame podcast has wins more awards. Pat McAfee is walking away from $30M/year with FanDuel to join ESPN. Ja Morant is not sorry, but issues a statement anyway. He hasn't done anything bad enough to be dropped by Nike yet. USA Today piles on Howard Stern. 10 women come forward about Chris D'Elia and his aspirations to be a cult leader. It turns out his daddy is a producer and Chris is a nepo-baby. Fights: Naked guy vs everyone in Dade County. Inter-gender baseball fight. Disney World fight. Johnny Depp got a standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival. Haley Pullos of General Hospital fame was busted for a DUI and was a total diva about it. Salma Hayek had a ‘wardrobe malfunction' and flashed her private areas. Lil Wayne walked off stage in LA because the crowd wasn't hyped enough. Music: Axl Rose with Carrie Underwood. Axl Rose with Tom Petty. Sheryl Crow with Prince. We roll through all of the members of all the Olsen family Team Photo. Jackson Mahomes was in court and more details emerged of his assault. He may have lost Brittany Mahomes' friendship. Politricks: White House Spokesperson KJP walked off when asked about the Durham Report. Dianne Feinstein is senile and can't remember that she's been gone for a long time. George Santos remains a liar. Lauren Boebert is getting a divorce. The Squad wants $14T for reparations. Don't mess with Walgreens security guards. Forbes Magazine claims you are racist if you “don't see color”. The State of Michigan needs workers. You may be able to smoke the reefer and get a job with the state. Weed may make you a schizo, though. Elizabeth Holmes has to report to prison… WAIT… nevermind. She's rich and gets another extension. University of Idaho murderer Bryan Kohberger is finally indicted. Remember Red's Tube Bar pranks? Here are a couple of them. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon). Or don't.
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Le premier prix de la lose revient aux joueurs de foot nantais Mohamed Mostafa et guingampais Donatien Gomis pour avoir refusé de porter le maillot arc-en-ciel dans le cadre de l'action collective des clubs de Ligue 1 et Ligue 2 “homos ou hétéros, tous le même maillot”, intimement liée à la journée internationale contre l'homophobie, le 17 mai dernier. Le deuxième est décerné à toutes les personnes qui travaillent encore avec Johnny Depp, condamné en 2022 pour diffamation contre son ex-épouse, Amber Heard. Pierre Niney, Dior ou encore Rihanna, nombreux sont celleux qui continuent de le soutenir. Du côté des winners, on commence avec l'artiste non-binaire américain·e Janaelle Monáe et son clip Lipstick Lover, véritable hymne au plaisir entre femmes. On clôt ensuite cette remise de prix avec le documentaire Arte Sortir de l'ombre qui s'attache à retracer la quête de liberté que poursuivent Noam, Brice, Léon, Angel et Alan. Cette semaine, Audrey et Mahaut reçoivent Tal Madesta, journaliste indépendant spécialisé dans les sujets de luttes LGBTI et auteur de deux essais. Mahaut commence comme à son habitude par une biof, mi-biographie mi-bof, pour retracer son parcours. Audrey poursuit avec une interview plus formelle dans laquelle iel s'intéresse, entre autres, à La fin des monstres, son dernier livre publié aux éditions La déferlante qui retrace la trajectoire d'une personne trans dans une société transphobe. Mahaut ne rôtit personne, non ! Elle a décidé d'évangéliser… la mairie de Caen qui distribue des coccinelles pour lutter contre les pucerons et éviter l'utilisation de pesticides. Décision surprenante mais pour le moins attendrissante, les coccinelles sont peut-être les sauveuses de demain (sauf pour les pucerons). Enfin, en partenariat avec UniversCiné, une plateforme de streaming classique dédiée au cinéma indépendant, Audrey nous recommande le film Palm Trees and Power Lines, réalisé par Jamie Dack, réalisatrice et scénariste américaine. C'est une réflexion autour de la pédocriminalité que ce film amène à travers l'histoire de Léa, adolescente de 17 ans, sous l'emprise psychologique et sexuelle de Tom, un adulte de 34 ans. Bien que l'histoire soit sombre, il est d'intérêt général de lever le tabou sur ce genre de sujets. Les Mains dans la pop est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes Animée par Mahaut Drama et Audrey Couppé de Kermadec Produite par Julien Neuville Montage, mixage et enregistrement par Livio Boullenger au studio Artistic Palace Directrice générale adjointe : Nora Hissem Directrice artistique : Aurore Mahieu Directrice des productions : Marion Gourdon Directrice commercial : Emmanuelle Fortunato Chargée de production : Cassandra De Carvalho
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Liam Payne says he's 100 days sober and working on some new music. Johnny Depp says he over Hollywood because he doesn't think about Hollywood anymore. Brittney is considering some some BIG time collaborations in the coming future! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Hughesy & Kate Catchup - Hit Network - Dave Hughes and Kate Langbroek
On today's catch up, Erin had an awkward trip to the doctors, the 77 year old woman who married herself and is Hughesy triggered by Johnny Depp's teeth?Subscribe on LiSTNR: https://play.listnr.com/podcast/hughesy-ed-and-erinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Le premier prix de la lose revient aux joueurs de foot nantais Mohamed Mostafa et guingampais Donatien Gomis pour avoir refusé de porter le maillot arc-en-ciel dans le cadre de l'action collective des clubs de Ligue 1 et Ligue 2 “homos ou hétéros, tous le même maillot”, intimement liée à la journée internationale contre l'homophobie, le 17 mai dernier. Le deuxième est décerné à toutes les personnes qui travaillent encore avec Johnny Depp, condamné en 2022 pour diffamation contre son ex-épouse, Amber Heard. Pierre Niney, Dior ou encore Rihanna, nombreux sont celleux qui continuent de le soutenir. Du côté des winners, on commence avec l'artiste non-binaire américain·e Janaelle Monáe et son clip Lipstick Lover, véritable hymne au plaisir entre femmes. On clôt ensuite cette remise de prix avec le documentaire Arte Sortir de l'ombre qui s'attache à retracer la quête de liberté que poursuivent Noam, Brice, Léon, Angel et Alan. Les Mains dans la pop est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes Animée par Mahaut Drama et Audrey Couppé de Kermadec Produite par Julien Neuville Montage, mixage et enregistrement par Livio Boullenger au studio Artistic Palace Directrice générale adjointe : Nora Hissem Directrice artistique : Aurore Mahieu Directrice des productions : Marion Gourdon Directrice commercial : Emmanuelle Fortunato Chargée de production : Cassandra De Carvalho
Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
I am going on tour! Get tickets at https://heathermcdonald.net/ Raquel and Tom are officially broken up. Meghan and Harry were chased by paparazzi in NYC, but we have some questions. The widow accused of murdering her husband threw a house party the day after his death. I'm worried about Kanye's new wife and the masking tape-like fashions she is forced to wear. Lori Vallow still has another court date. Sorority members are suing their Nationals for allowing a trans woman to join their house. We review the Britney TMZ documentary. The Cash App founder's death was possibly motivated by his swinging lifestyle. Hillsong Pastor slept with his nanny. Is it ok to leave your kid in coach? Johnny Depp still smells good. Get extra juice on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoop/posts https://heathermcdonald.net/ Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@JuicyScoop/featured Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heathermcdonald/ Follow me on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@heathermcdonald?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HeatherMcDonald Follow Chris on Instagram: Follow Chris on Instagram @chrisfranjola Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Johnny Depp shares his feelings about Hollywood after receiving a standing ovation for his new movie. Plus, the version of The Bachelor we've all been waiting for. And the iphone is about to make a major breakthrough for people with ALS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WATP Karl reviews Detroit's 'Sounds Funny Radio', Jamie Foxx's new TV show, Brie Larson v. a journalist over Johnny Depp's film, fart requests, Britney Spears: The Price of Freedom, new Cameos, Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie, and Drew Crime wants better internet policing. Call 209-66-Boner to request your very own fart. A new documentary on Anna Nicole Smith has dropped on Netflix and it's full of fantastic phone calls to the love of her life: J. Howard Marshall. Drew Crime: Another mass shooting, this time in New Mexico. Drew tells the tale of a cyber-stalker who stalks smoking hot realtors. Some people are saying the perpetrator, Andy Castillo, looks like Mike Clark's long lost cousin named Miguel Clark. Drew calls for the formation of the Internet Police. Flint's John Cole grooms kids, infects people with HIV, AND has a podcast. Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + a Bonus Gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee. WATP's Karl joins the show to discuss his local crime connections, review Julie Hind's favorite podcast (Sounds Funny Radio), and hit on his next WATP topic... The Jade & Andy Show. Post Malone is coming to Pine Knob. Hell yeah, man. Congratulations dude, that's amazing. Jamie Foxx already has a new show... even though he's in rehab recovering from a stroke. The Simpsons are complicit in the crimes of Scientology. TMZ Investigates: Britney Spears: The Price of Freedom dropped. Johnny Depp nets $20M for his stinky cologne. Amber Heard supporters protest evil Johnny Depp at Cannes Film Festival... that is, they protest on the internet because protests are banned there. Corey Feldman is playing Riot Fest 2023 and some people on the internet are pissed off. Corey Feldman is Katy Perry's father. Cameo is pushing the stars with new celebrities that can send you a video for money. The Tennessee Titans win the Schedule Announcement Award video. Miller Lite's latest ad campaign continues to get scrutinized. The Red Shovel Studios has mice. Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie is out on Apple TV+. It's well worth the watch. Double E and friends looking gooooood. Berkley Festival shuts down early because Berkley is extremely dangerous. Like, that could have been Marc. Ian Clifford wants more money from IBM for doing zero work. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon). Or don't, whatever.
This week on 2DM, we talk about above ground pools, Johnny Depp, taped exorcisms, labor shortages, Gilbert Rozon, Adam's potential jobs, head hunters & more. 2 Drink Minimum episodes are also available on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher and Spotify. This episode is brought to you by by cannadoc.ca ! If you live near Toronto, get your tickets for Mike Ward Noir in English here: https://mikeward.ca/en Get your tickets for the English show at the Bordel here: https://www.lebordel.ca/spectacles/bordel-in-english/ Need a studio to record your podcast? Contact us here: https://www.panteliscomedy.com/thestudio --- Follow Mike Ward: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MikeWardca/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MikeWardca Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikewardca/ Follow Pantelis: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PantelisComedy/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BigP4H Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigp4h/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Pantelis Follow Poseidon: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100087276604166 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theposeidon69 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theposeidon69/ --- Follow 2DM on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2DMpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/2DMpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2dmpod/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/2DrinkMinimum
...These Are Their Stories: The Law & Order Podcast
The squad tries to help Kelsey, a famous singer who's in a violent relationship with her equally-famous boyfriend, Austin. When dueling accusations of assault are traded by the celebrities, Austin's fans turn hostile to the victim. It's up to Carisi to convince the jury who to believe in a high profile case of he said/she said. Meanwhile, Rollins struggles with her emotions after being shot in the line of duty.We're talking about Special Victims Unit season 24 episode 3 "Mirror Effect." Our guest is Wendy from the Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color podcast. This episode is inspired by the ripped-from-the-headlines case of Amber Heard versus Johnny Depp.
TMZ is doing a Britney Spears documentary, Johnny Depp got a 20 million dollar Sauvage deal, Goop is selling a vibrator you wear around your neck, Kelly Clarkson says her show has a toxic work environment but things are going to change, a list of situations where you don't need to tip, Michigan State is offering a class called Adulting 101, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Neil on WZTA with The Bird, Captain Dave, and Big Dave is back from Hawaii. A rainy holiday, so Neil is taking requests. Letters about veal, Austria, and a radio survey for Dave Caprita. Battle of the Carts, spy reports for Johnny Depp, and Herman and McBean.
On this episode of the Ad Nerds Podcast, Spanky, starts with the exciting news of Johnny Depp signing a record-breaking deal with Dior for a men's fragrance. Frosty Jack Cider's first TV ad is also highlighted, followed by insights on how businesses can create simple ads. The podcast delves into VisitFinland's secret to happiness, revealing how a tourism promotion transformed into a global movement. Additionally, Spanky expresses his disappointment with Lipton's "Summer Cooler" ad campaign, emphasizing its lack of humor and disruptiveness. Then he addresses the attention span of Generation Z, which is a mere 1.3 seconds, and explores strategies for grabbing the attention of this audience segment. Key Moments: Johnny Depp signs record-breaking deal with Dior for men's fragrance (2:02) Frosty Jack Cider's First TV Ad (3:45) How to make a simple ad like this for your business (5:44) VisitFinland's secret to happiness (7:07) Transformation from a desire to promote tourism to a global movement (8:41) Critique of Lipton's "Summer Cooler" ad campaign (10:42) Lack of humor and disruptiveness in Lipton's campaign (13:05) Attention span of Generation Z being 1.3 seconds (14:52) Strategies for capturing the attention of Gen Z (16:33) Links: Johnny Depp's Dior deal: https://adland.tv/adnews/johnny-depp-inks-record-breaking-20-million-dior-deal-mens-fragrance Frosty Jack's Cider TV ad: https://adland.tv/adnews/frosty-jacks-crack-open-unexpected-2023-30-uk Visit Finland's Happiness Masterclass: https://www.adweek.com/social-marketing/visit-finlands-happiness-masterclass-drives-150000-entries/ Lipton's Hard Iced Tea campaign critique: https://adage.com/article/marketing-news-strategy/how-lipton-marketing-its-hard-iced-tea/2494666 Gen Z attention span (Link 1): https://www.mckinsey.com/~/media/mckinsey/email/genz/2022/11/29/2022-11-29b.html Gen Z attention span (Link 2): https://www.insiderintelligence.com/content/gen-z-has-1-second-attention-span-work-marketers-advantage --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/adnerds/message
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Top 5: Pirates of the Caribbean movies from the Ray Taylor ShowShow topic: Welcome to Top 5 from the Ray Taylor Show, where each week I rank movies in a variety of categories. In this episode, I am ranking my Top 5 Pirates of the Caribbean movies based on the popular Disney theme park ride. The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise is a series of adventure films produced by Walt Disney Pictures, following the adventures of Captain Jack Sparrow, played by Johnny Depp, as he navigates through various sea-faring adventures. Join me as I break down my top 5 picks and explore the action, adventure, and comedy with a supernatural twist that make these films a fan favorite. Discover how this franchise has grossed over $4.5 billion worldwide, making it one of the highest-grossing film series of all time.JOIN Inspired Disorder +PLUS Today! InspiredDisorder.com/plus Membership Includes:Ray Taylor Show - Full Week Ad Free (Audio+Video)Live Painting ArchiveEarly Access to The Many FacesMember Only Discounts and DealsPodcast Back Catalogue (14 Shows - 618 Episodes)Ray Taylor's Personal BlogCreative WritingAsk Me AnythingDaily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf ALL links: InspiredDisorder.com/links
“Hold your breath, make a wish, count to three”, because we got to the 1971 classic Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory with our bestie Jared Anderson. Arguably one of the weirdest children's movies ever made, and one we still can't shake off. When Charlie Bucket gets the coveted Golden Ticket to tour a mysterious candy maker's factory insanity ensues when the ticket winners start getting taken out like the cast of Midsommer. This movie almost destroyed Scott and Jared's friendship, over a bitchy social media post, but we're here to talk it out with Pete moderating like couples counseling. We're here to talk out what makes this movie moving, strange, and very much a product of 1970s filmmaking. Overlooked at the time of its release Wonka ended up getting a devout cult following in the 1980s thanks to television airings and home video. We discuss what exactly makes this movie “gay” enough to choose it for the pod, all the rotten kids at the center of the Wonka's morality test, and what our feelings are on the contentious Tim Burton 2005 movie with Johnny Depp. When reflecting back on Willy Wonka we are still ask questions about this movie's weird, but delightful tone. Is Mrs. Bucket's somber song "Cheer up Charlie” the most fast forwarded moment of our childhood? And more importantly why exactly does Wonka have this psychelic tunnel in his Wondrous Boat Ride? Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! www.patreon.com/moviesthatmadeusgay Facebook/Instagram: @moviesthatmadeusgay Twitter: @MTMUGPod Scott Youngbauer: Twitter @oscarscott / Instagram @scottyoungballer Peter Lozano: Twitter/Instagram @peterlasagna
Second time guest and 21 Most Influential Person in the INW, Brennon Poyner is a powerhouse in our community. Erin and Melissa chat with him about upcoming movies, saving Garland, the Spokane music scene and how he's 2 degrees removed from Johnny Depp!
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To create a successful voiceover performance, authenticity is key. This can involve using props, physicalizing the script, and infusing in personal experiences to deliver a realistic & engaging read. Anne & Lau emphasize the importance of intention, nuance, and understanding the corporate story & mission. Just as a chef must gather and prepare ingredients before cooking a delicious meal, hard work and effort are necessary before reaping the rewards.Want to improve your performance? Try taking notes, emphasizing key words, and using aids like pictures & videos, and of course, tune into VO Boss! We'll guide you through it. Transcript It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast and the BOSS Superpower series. I'm your host Anne Ganguzza, and I'm here with my amazing special guest co-host, BOSS lady Lau Lapides. Lau: Hey, hey. Hey, Anne. Anne: So Lau, I am very excited that it's early morning, and I have my coffee. Lau: Me too. What would we do without it? Anne: I know. So many people have contacted me and said, it sounds like you and I in the booth in our podcast are just sharing a cup of coffee and shooting, shooting the breeze, having a conversation, Lau: High balling the water, which you gotta do in between the coffee. Anne: That's right. That's right. Lau: Just to wash the vocal folds out. Anne: Let me share — there's my big old water bottle with the coffee. Lau: And then I'm gonna show everyone, I think everyone already knows this about us. Watch this. We're gonna do this as well. Anne: (laughs). I love your lipstick. Oh, so here's mine. Lau: Wonder Twin powers activate! Anne: Right? Wonder powers activate. So, yeah, my red. But you know what, guys? Maybe one of these days I'm gonna switch it up. Lau: Hmm. Ooh, you should. You should. Anne: Oh gosh. Lau: Naked lips. Let's see what naked lips look like without the red. That would be fun. Anne: I feel like I'm so pale. (laughs), but I feel like I'm so pale. Lau: You are pale. But that's your beauty. Anne: Pale without my lips. Well. Lau: But you know what I just noticed, Anne? You know what I just noticed? Literally, I just observed this, that we just used like three props. Three props. Anne: Oh my God. Lau: In our world. Anne: We totally did. Lau: And we were talking all the way through that, as we always do. And we had no problem using the props, talking and connecting, getting our points across. And that suddenly just dawned on me, like, that's a part of our world in finding connection -- Anne: That's what we do. Lau: — and authenticity with each other. Anne: That's what we do in the booth. Interesting. So let's chat about this. Let's take this apart, because you know, I do this a lot when I'm trying to talk to students about being authentic and believable with the script. And I think what just throws the whole wrench into it is that we've got these words in front of us, and all of a sudden we don't know how to make them a part of us. And interestingly enough, like we just demonstrated, and BOSSes out there, you just heard it, even if you're not looking at us on YouTube, we were able to pick up objects and share ideas, and have a conversation, engage with one another, and not miss a beat. And we weren't even thinking about it. But what I want you guys to do is let's take a look at, a more in-depth look at this to kind of figure out how we can take what we do in real life and translate it into the booth to be believable and authentic. Right? Bring that real life into the booth. Now, one thing, I think that was first and foremost, we talked about props, right? Ah, I always have my trusty lipstick or my cup of coffee, or probably most of you have one of these, a phone or even just a mouse (laughs). Like you must have something in your booth. Lau: I mean, it's endless what we have really with us. And doesn't that make us feel comforted and taken care of? And we identify with that brush in a lot of ways. It's part of our life. Anne: I'm bringing all my makeup out. I've even got jewelry in here, but (Lau laughs), in case I -- Lau: I think a man's gonna pop up all of a sudden. (laughs), Anne: Gosh only knows I have tons of these, the headphones in there. So now, if you're trying to sound authentic and believable, one thing that we've covered multiple times in our podcast is there's not a perfect voice. Right? There's all sorts of imperfection in our voices, and a lot of that can translate -- I mean, not that — everybody has a beautiful, wonderful voice all on their own. You don't have to perform behind the mic, right? It just is beautiful when we're engaging. And so props can help us to bring that scene to life, right? I know I just had a really wonderful workshop with the amazing Ellen Dubin, and she was talking about video game acting, and all of it was about blocking, get up, move around, change your position. Do that, because that's gonna add that reality. And I'm always telling people physicate behind the mic, because that's gonna make our vocals not perfect for some reason. If we sit silent and straight behind the booth, and we just read these words, hello everyone, and welcome to the VO BOSS podcast, and the BOSS Superpower series, right? So I'm just reading, but I'm not moving, that physical part of having a prop, having somebody to talk to 00 expressing, expressing with our bodies. Lau: I love this. You know, you had me physicate. Like I have never heard anyone use that word. So I'm stuck on physicate. But yeah, I would love voice actors to take it a step farther and just Johnny Depp it out. Like take their script and go somewhere. Go to a store, go to a Starbucks, go to a library, go be in your car, and I want you to deliver that. Deliver the line as part of your universe. Anne: What a great idea. Lau: Yeah! Anne: Yeah. Lau: Right? Doesn't the booth at times sort of pen us and it becomes boxy to us in our minds where we can literally move it outside, move it, and see how it flows and works, and physicate in that environment. Like, if I'm ordering a drink or I'm getting food, or I'm sitting at a table, or I'm da da -- how would that line live within that universe versus only within the universe of the booth? I mean, ultimately, we can't do that on every script, but as part of your actor's work, it's well worth the time to do that so that you can bring that imagination back into the reality of your beliefs. Anne: Sure. Lau: And relive that, you know, relive those moments. Anne: What I like is, even if, alright, let's say you've got a very dry corporate narration script, right? Maybe a company talking about their corporate responsibility, which may not be the most exciting stuff that you'll ever hear in the world. So for me, I'm always telling people, in order to kind of make it sound conversational, and it may not be written conversational at all, or authentically, or it's basically like here, this is stuff that you would typically read. You wouldn't necessarily say it out loud. You would typically just read it and then understand it as information that the company has provided to you. Take that script and put it into your own words. So you might have this long run-on line that's talking about corporate responsibility and all of these things about what we are doing to promote corporate responsibility in the workplace. And so take that, those words, and just put it into your own words. And when you can take that sentence, which sometimes most of the time is a run-on sentence and formulate your own speech about it, or your own personal conversation about it to someone else, explain it to someone else, that's gonna give you the idea behind the melody and the point of view that you wanna take. And then all you do is, when you get in the booth, replace it with the words. But you have the intent, you have the point of view, you have the thought of, here, it's this idea, and then this idea, and then I'm gonna combine it with this idea. And then that's the finished sentence. So it's kind of allowing you to regroup the information that's presented in the sentence in a very structured way and creating it in your own authentic way. Lau: That's right. And you have to think of your work like you're layering a cake. You have the cake; to some degree, you have the cake. Even if you're at the beginning of your career, you still have some sort of cake. It might be a demo, it might be a beginner level studio, whatever it is. But I have to layer that over time and make it more interesting. So for instance, if I were to take my pen, my trusty prop, and talk about my corporate responsibility script, I might take a note on that. Because if I'm working in corporate, I'd be writing down minutes, I'd be taking notes as I went. And that puts me in a mindset, a frame. It gives me a framework to work by that when I'm corporate -- and this is just my choice, it's not the right choice, it's just my choice — when I'm corporate, I always tend to write a few notes. I tend to take a moment to write things down. That changes my sound, it changes my pace, it changes everything. Anne: So that physical action of writing something down — also, the fact is, is what would you write down? Right? If you had that big, long run on sentence, right? What are the notes that you would take? Right? Typically, those notes are the most important parts of the sentence, right? Those are the notes that you as an actor want to probably linger on a little longer. So when we talk about being authentic, and Lau, and I, when we're speaking, our pacing isn't the same. Sometimes I, I pause, like I just did, and sometimes my words are longer. And usually the ones that are are longer the ones I want her to hear more. And so when you're creating those notes, right, you're creating, this is an important point that I wanna express to someone. So that word can be a little bit longer than maybe the word the (laughs) or the word at the beginning. At the, at the, or just tiny little words that connect. Beginning is an important word. So at the beginning, notice how at the becomes almost like a, I don't know, a 16th note in melody if I was speaking vocally, but in the beginning, beginning is an important word, so I'm gonna linger on that. Lau: We can emphasize, you need to linger on that, right? If every word is the same, and every word is important, nothing's important. (laughs). Anne: Right? It sounds monotonous and robotic. Lau: Like what's important if every word is important, right? Anne: Right. Lau: But if I take that pen -- and to me this is a corporate moment or a business moment, or whatever you wanna call it-- I think maybe I'm gonna do bullets, how I would do in my life. I'd take a sentence, I'd take a thought, and I'd pull a word or two out of it that are my emphasis words, my bullets, and do like little bullets. and say, wow, out of that sentence, I got coffee. That was the word of the day for me, coffee as a bullet. So that when I go back and I review that for my speaking, I can remember, I can mark that coffee, that the word coffee or the name of the coffee is really an emphasis for me. Anne: Sure. Absolutely. Lau: This helps me with that. Like, because then I'm gonna say coffee, like Starbucks coffee. Anne: Right. Lau: And I'm gonna use this. Anne: And the other thing too that I think is super important to remember is that we talked about you taking the script and going out into the real world with it, right, and start practicing with it and playing off of maybe someone else. Notice how you said, well, let's play off of someone else. I mean, when we started this podcast, you and I were talking to one another. We were engaging with one another. Lau: Yep. Anne: Well, when we're sitting here in our studios behind the mic with a script, you cannot be alone (laughs) just saying. In your head, you must be the person that is speaking. And you must also have your imaginary friend that you are speaking to. And so you want to make sure that you are engaging with that audience member or that listener. And so you must talk to them, and they will have reactions for you or questions or comments. Right? And you cannot just start talking to them like, oh gosh, have you ever had a friend, Lau, that you can't get a word on edgewise? Like, and it's basically all about yada, yada, yada, yada, yada, yada, ya. It's all about them. Right? All about their monologue. And so when you're behind the mic, don't let it be all about your monologue. Let it be about you engaging with your listener and allowing that listener a beat to acknowledge, to respond, to have a question, whatever that is. And I'm not talking about you have to time things, but that's an imaginary beat where I've said something, and now Lau, I'm looking for you to respond, right? You just shook your head, right? You just went, mm-hmm. So that's where I think we need to also invite that into our script, right? And invite that real life into our script. Lau: You have to do it. It's so important. And have cheaters if you have trouble reaching that at times. Like in our daily life, we're not always great conversationalists, or we're not always in the mood for a talk or whatever. So you have to have those cheaters, whether you're talking to your kid or your dog, or a photo or a video or something that stimulates you into thinking, this is part of my daily experience. This is part of a reality of my life that I can connect to right now, that I can make real. Because I may not be in the mood or in the mindset every single day to connect to that particular audition or to connect to that particular product. Anne: What I love is like literally like now that I've sat here, and I'm taking notice and, and BOSSes out there, really, let's watch the YouTube video on this, because I was just watching you, Lau, and everything you said, you had your hands, everything you said, and I was responding. I was shaking my head, I was going, mm-hmm. So that's the parts that you have to play in your script. And believe it or not, even in a mundane medical narration script or in a telephone prompt, believe it or not -- I'm always imagining, here I am and I'm talking to the listener and they've got their thoughts about me (laughs). Because maybe they don't wanna listen to an automated attendant. Maybe they're angry, maybe they're frustrated. But yet I will still talk to them with a tone where I'm like, I know you're frustrated. I know that you don't wanna listen to my voice, but let me help you. Okay? And so that point of view, that intention — all of a sudden, I'm speaking about intentions so much lately -- I think that intention, before you even approach voicing or opening your mouth, I think your intention is so very important. Lau: So very important. And you know, in the script, in this context, it would be an actor's intention because you're in a false reality. You're not in your real reality; you're in this technical reality. Anne: Sure. Lau: But then you have intentions or purpose, or whatever you call it in your daily life and thinking about, wow, how much do I care about things? How much do I connect? How much do I try to make action happen and go well? Well, I have to bring that intention into the booth. I have to bring that into the booth. And I think if we were honest, we would say, in our daily life, half the stuff we do is crap. It's like chores. It's like, I have to go to the dump because I have -- Anne: I don't want to go to the dump. Lau: -- bring my trash. Right? (Anne laughs). But how do I have a joyous life still being able to go to the dump? Well, I keep the intention alive that it's not about me hating to go to the dump. It's about me wanting to have a clean and wonderful household. Anne: Yes. Absolutely. Absolutely. Lau: That's really what it is. So it's the same with the script. if I have a disdain or I have a dislike for the delivery or for the language, or for the content -- Anne: Or the message, maybe. Right? Yeah. Lau: — then I'm skirting the intent. What's the intent? Oh, the intent is to get you to understand how this new product worked, or, or how the new program is gonna help your lifestyle. That's really what it is. It's like a, in acting, we call this the super intention, the super objective. Anne: Maybe this is the wrong way to phrase it, but I think intention can change throughout the script. So you don't come at the script in the first couple of sentences with a particular intention and it stays that same intention. Because a lot of times, right, we're there to tell a story. And so intention point of view changes along with the storyline. And if you're not necessarily reading that, right, or understanding that, then you're not doing a good job at telling the story. Lau, at the beginning when we were talking about coffee, I was like, oh, thank God, coffee. I was, was that sense of relief. And then we started talking about, well, my lipstick, I get excited, right? Lau: Yeah. Anne: So I have a different, and it may not be an extreme change in my emotion, but I talked about my lipstick. I'm like, it made me smile. Right? And so that was a different intention. And as we flowed with the conversation, our point of view changed. Our intention changed to help us to go along and flow with the storyline. Lau: Yeah, exactly. And I think that if you BOSSes listening in can have fun, you know, treat it like a board game, have fun with your actor friend, or your accountability buddy, or even with your husband — have fun and take a few minutes and say, okay, what are all the things I'm using in my world here that can be helpful to the delivery of the read? But, oh, wait a second. What's the intention? What's the intention of this? Why do I take a moment and put this on? There's a reason for it, there's a purpose for it, whatever that is. Why do I pick up my water bottle and drink it? Sure, it makes me feel good and it's delicious. But the intention is what, to hydrate. Anne: To be healthy. Lau: To to be healthy, right? Why do I drink my coffee cup if I'm delivering a script, right? It's not just for Anne to see that I'm drinking coffee. It's for me to feel energized, to feel warm, to feel connected. Coffee's a big psychological connector for a lot of people. Right? Anne: And notice all of the emotions that go along with that. I mean, that is something to really think about. I think that, you know, I'm always telling my students that there's a purpose for every word. Even if you don't agree with all of the words that are there, there's a purpose for them being on the paper. Somebody somewhere at some point thought about what they wanted to communicate, and all of those words have meaning. So to just read through them as if they didn't have meaning or any point of view, I think is a disservice. It's a disservice to the copy. It's a disservice to the story that you're telling. And so, no matter how nuanced it is, right? You don't have to be like, oh my God, I'm so happy! And then, oh, I'm very, very -- you know, it doesn't have to be that to be dramatic. Nothing has to be dramatic. As a matter of fact, the more nuanced you are, I think, the more you, you can really connect. And the people that are listening, they'll get that. And sometimes I feel like nuances mean more. I really believe that. Lau: Nuances are life. Anne: Yeah, exactly. Lau: Right? Anne: And it can really, really have meaning. And so I say look for the meaning in the point of view. And the point of view to me is synonymous with bringing yourself to the copy. Bringing an emotion to the copy that is reflective of how you feel the company would like to bring that emotion out to the potential client. Lau: Anne, hold on one second. Hold on. I'm coughing. (laughs). Anne: All right, no problem. Lau: I love nuances though. I wanna say something about that. My intention (laughs). Anne: Now see, there's a real world moment there where Lau is actually having a little bit of a coughing spell and(laughs), see, and I've reacted to it. Show a little bit of concern. Lau: I don't mind if you show that too, Anne; I don't mind if you keep that in, because the intention sometimes changes with the same item. So we don't have to stay static on our intentions, is exactly what you saying. The nuance of being hydrated is important. We do it and we know it's important. But see how my intention changed? I had to get myself out of the coughing fit by dealing with the vocal folds quickly so that I could continue the conversation. So it deepened, the stakes got higher. It became much more important that I drank the water. Anne: Oh yeah. Absolutely. Lau: So the prop in itself changes. It changes, the intention gets deeper. You change it. You have the power, you have the superpower to take your environment and have it utilize it in your favor to solve your problem or to fill your need. Anne: And I think also -- so it goes beyond just like a surface — here are some words on a piece of paper. Let me read them and let me try to figure out what this company is saying. Like what we've done is we've actually brought in so many components of our real world experiences to help us to tell this story better. And I think it warrants, BOSSes, it warrants a little bit of time from you before you run in your studio and do your audition. I say this all the time, I feel like there's this, I don't know, a long time ago, there was like, somebody said, you must do this many auditions in a day. And all of a sudden we become like, I must get 60 auditions out a day in order to be successful in voiceover. And in reality, like getting 60 auditions out a day probably does nothing for your performance in terms of, if you're just so intent on rushing through them, and you're not thinking about what's the story? How am I going to bring this to life? And I believe it takes a few minutes of your time -- not a ton. You don't have to spend hours breaking apart a script. But you do need to spend a few minutes really kind of reading, rereading, trying to find out what is the true message. And again, I'm always saying, sometimes we will get auditions, and I'll be like, I have no idea what this is even talking about. Now when that happens, that means that Anne has to look at the script again and again, and really try to read those words. Do my Google, Anne GanGoogle, do my Google to find out what I can, if the product is listed or the company is listed, or even any phrase that seems like it might be a tagline, Google it. God, we are so lucky, right, to have that? Lau: So lucky. Anne: And to just try to understand what is the story? Because again, somebody was paid probably a good deal of money to sit down and write that story. And you just may not be privy to what product it is or what company it is. But you have to understand what that story is. And I think a lot of times, it's probably purposely vague because they wanna see who the actors are. (laughs). They wanna see who can bring those words alive and tell the story. And that requires our imagination. And every time I ask somebody to think about corporate and what's your moment before when you're gonna do this corporate responsibility -- everybody's like, what? Like, what do you mean? What's my moment before? Why would I ever say this? And you really must, because to somebody at that company, it's their heart. Like they're responsible, like their corporate responsibility is, this is their purpose. This is something probably that came very deep within, or I wanna say this, I mean, unless you're an evil company, right? I mean, but (laughs) for most companies, like my company mission, my company purpose, come from a very deep, deep within my soul because I formed that company because I believe that I had a product that would help someone. And that's what I like to believe about all corporate scripts. And that helps me, by the way, to get into a purposeful and positive mind frame, to be able to voice just about any corporate script. Because that's how I, I assume every founder or owner of a company must feel at some point like, I'm gonna form this company 'cause I have this great idea. This is gonna help people. And yeah, of course, maybe I can make some money too off of it. But I like to always consider the heart mission of a company or a product that. Lau: Love that. Because it's so easy to flatten out and just perfunctory-ize -- I think I just made up a new word. Perfunctory-ize, meaning just not come with any sense of joy, energy or imagination to something that you don't care about or you don't know about. But to understand, and this is to me the true empathy factor of nuance. Like to me, the more nuanced person -- like you're a tremendously nuanced person because you have a depth of understanding and knowledge and empathy -- Anne: Empathy is huge. Lau: — and what someone else is going through and living through. Anne: Yeah. Lau: And you don't have to necessarily know or have experienced it yourself. You just have the knowledge and the history behind you to know it is a truth. It is their truth. And so I have to take a little bit of time to find intention to represent their truth. And that's nuance right there. Anne: Yeah. Yeah. I feel that. If somebody asked me what's the most important component as a voice actor that you can have? Or what's the most important thing to think about as a voice actor to be authentic and believable and real when you're voicing a script? I would say empathy. And empathy toward your listener. Who is your listener? What are their joys? What are their pains? How can you help them? And how can what you're saying make them feel better, look better, I don't know, make more money, make them healthier — whatever it is, come from a place of service?I just really believe that empathy is the one word that everybody should just have in their back pocket for a great read. Lau: Well, the more you give the more you do get. And sometimes the get is really like this inner true feeling, whatever that feeling is, that you then connect to the experience. And so you can bring that back to the experience. And so that's why I believe, you know, as actors and as vocal actors, we get addicted to the work, because we get addicted to the feeling of that authentic getting back. So the more we give, the more we potentially can get back. But we have to give true and authentic intention. And if we don't, then it's flat and it's kind of boring, and we fizzle out quickly; we get exhausted. Anne: Sure, sure. Lau: It's actually depleting. Anne: And I think, you know how I can always tell I have, I have a really great read is when I feel it. When I feel it. Lau: When you feel it. Right. Anne: But I feel it. Lau: Right. Anne: Because sometimes things just happen and it's just like, I don't know how that happened, but it just did. Lau: It just did. Anne: It was amazing. Right? Lau: That's the magic. Anne: That's the magic. And I wish that I had that for every single read that I do. And I think that as an actor is what I try to achieve, right -- Lau: Yeah. Anne: — is the feel it felt right. It felt good, it felt authentic and it felt believable. So I always try to tell people to just feel and not listen. And it's so hard to not listen because I think from a very young age, when I got behind the mic and all of a sudden my voice was amplified from that mic, right? Then I felt like, ooh, now I have to sound even better. And interestingly enough, that's not what we're looking for. We're looking for just the you that is amplified louder by a device that sits in front of you on a day-to-day basis. We're really just looking to connect with you. Lau: That's right. And I, I would say be careful of chasing the high. 'Cause a lot of people come in and whether it's the money or the feeling of excitement or whatever — don't get addicted to chasing the high or the dopamine kick. Just know it will be there at times for you. But you gotta like -- think of my analogy of like, you gotta take the trash to the dump. There's a lot of work, there's a lot of groundwork that happens in order for you to come back to the clean home and go, ooh, smells fresh. And I'm feeling good. So you can't get one without the other. You can't get the reward without the real work put in. Anne: Absolutely. What a great analogy, Lau. Like honestly, like we could just, just all go home now. Like take it to the dump (Lau laughs). BOSSes, take it to the dump, then come back. Lau: Take it to the dump. Anne: Take it to the dump and come back refreshed. I love it. Lau, what a really cool discussion. Thank you so much. Lau: My pleasure. Anne: BOSSes as individuals, you know, sometimes it can seem difficult to make a huge impact, but of course we've been talking with Lau today and how we can make an impact. Well, if you ever wished that you could make more of an impact with your communities in ways that you never before thought possible, find out at 100voiceswhocare.org. And thank you so much to ipDTL that allows Lau and I to connect and have these amazing conversations. Find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys, have an amazing week and we'll see you next week. Bye. 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