The guys discuss the passing of David Arnold, Rapper PNB's demise at Roscoe's - Sheryl Lee Ralph wins an Emmy and comedians Geoff Brown and Speedy chime in on the laughs. #inamansworld #comedy #blackcomedians #lewisdix #tdp #jeffarnold #geoffbrown #comedianspeedy
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It's not the same dollar store these days…ok Pero Primos, Ross, Marshalls or TJ Maxx…Twitter has now become an official, live, dumpster fire…you can't take over a company and pass new policy in real time…advertisers should stay away...who knew Demi's fanbase was so diverse…Jennifer Lewis is a national treasure who needs to be loved every day…and more Sheryl Lee Ralph too dammit…DON'T FORGET TO VOTE ON NOV 8…no vote = no voice…skittles are the oatmeal raisin cookie of candy…we love playing ‘this or that'…do NOT drink the Beverly…yeah, root beer is definitely cosa de gente blanca…8 hours on your feet at Starbucks isn't exactly torture…Julia Roberts & MLK, who knew…welcome back, Tristan… Theme Song: Pero Let Me Freestyle, composed by Michael Angelo Lomlplex - the Official Gay Guy Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode. Take charge of your mental health and get 10% off of your first month of therapy at: https://BetterHelp.com/Pero FLIC: https://flic.vote Pero…Let Me Tell You shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/pero-let-me-tell-you-podcast?ref_id=26603
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Thanks to Rihanna, Sheryl Lee Ralph will add Savage X Fenty model to her resume! Plus, Bono reveals where he slept after getting drunk with Barack Obama, and find out why Gabby Sidibe, Eric André, and Johnny Knoxville are linking up! 'Wild "N Out' star Jessie Woo cohosts, so tune in for the celebrity dish.
TODAY staff get to pick out some looks for Hoda Kotb and Jenn Hager Bush. Also, Hoda Kotb and Jenna Hager Bush catch up with actress Sheryl Lee Ralph. Plus, Danny Bowen shares a delicious Pumpkin Ramen recipe.
Let's talk about your favorite milf: Sheryl Lee Ralph. This episode is all about second seasons that are better than the first ones and actors who deserve all the recognition they get. If you want to enjoy the podcast, please leave a review and share it. If you want to reach out to us, please send a message on Instagram (@catsmilfsandlesbianthings) or on Twitter (@cmlesbianthings). We want to hear from you!
Adam and Peter get a chance to talk music, emmys, and movies with Dianne Reeves. Want to learn more? Check out Dianne's OS course here.Some links to the topics in their discussions: Check out Sheryl Lee Ralph singing "Endangered Species" here. Dianne's album "Art and Survival" can be found here. Look into "The Women King" here. Watch Dianne with Roy Hargrove playing "You go to my head" here. Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe Checkout courses from Adam, Peter and more at Open Studio Let us know what you think by leaving a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review, or head over to our YouTube channel.Follow us on Twitter | Instagram
Award-winning actress Sheryl Lee Ralph and Tig reminisce about working together on the TV series ‘One Mississippi;' then Sheryl talks about her amazing Emmy acceptance speech that electrified the ceremony and went viral across social media, and about what inspired her drive to succeed. Sheryl and Tig have some stern advice for a teacher who has a crush on a senior colleague and prescribe pickleball and treading water to a man with a troubling problem. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp (go to Betterhelp.com/TIG for 10% off the first month of online therapy), Shopify (go to Shopify.com/tig for a free trial), Rocket Money (Go to RocketMoney.com/tig and start canceling unwanted subscriptions today), Indeed (go to Indeed.com/TIG to start hiring now; terms and conditions apply; cost per application pricing not available to everyone), Zocdoc (go to Zocdoc.com/TIG to download the Zocdoc app for free), and WealthFront (go to WealthFront.com/TIG to get your first $5,000 managed for free). Need advice? Submit your question for Tig at dontasktig.org/contact.
If you haven't listened to this amazing acceptance speech from September, you will now hear it. Hear it. Take it in. Let it change you. Let it inspire you to be an example of what is possible. Here is a link to a video of her acceptance speech - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wq4Q0Qs08Pc If you want to work with Jenny, you can visit https://www.jennymckay.com/ or check her out on Instagram @jennymckaycoaching (https://www.instagram.com/jennymckaycoaching/) As always, the brilliant jams you heard at the beginning and end of the episode were created by Devon Yesberger. You can find him on Instagram @yesbergerplease (https://www.instagram.com/yesbergerplease/)
For three seasons, Catherine Lough Haggquist portrayed General Petra Bellweather on Freeform's Motherland: Fort Salem. The dramatic series imagined a world where the witches of Salem entered into a pact with non-magical humans that made them a celebrated and powerful military force – and General Bellweather rose through the ranks (and the series) to become the highest ranking witch in the military. This gave Cat the opportunity to kick ass both literally and figuratively, which she discussed during her first appearance on the YVR Screen Scene Podcast after Motherland's first season. This most recent season of Motherland: Fort Salem – which was its triumphant third and final season – saw Petra trying to protect witchkind while under the constant surveillance of an antagonistic non-magical civilian state. In this compelling conversation with Sabrina Rani Furminger, Cat reflects on Petra's journey (including that iconic pen scene), her final days on Motherland: Fort Salem, working with Sheryl Lee Ralph, Demetria McKinney, and Bob Frazer, and how her experience in Petra's world changed her own. Episode sponsor: UBCP / ACTRA
On this episode we discuss Sheryl-Lee Ralph's long overdue Emmy win, The US media's obsession with Trump and how it is destroying our psyche, among other topics of interests --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/soulfoodandlemonade/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soulfoodandlemonade/support
Black women are just ELITE, but I'm sure you already know that. As the sista-streak continues we get to discuss some very interesting black women experiences. Of course we have to recap the Emmy Winning night that came in all black with coco butta!! Sheryl Lee Ralph and Quinta Brunson made a historic moment, the awkward black girl phase is living and thriving babyy!! Black Ariel ain't never hurt nobody!! Touching on Hollywoods issue with representation, I strongly feel had Tyler Perry done this production thing would be.. DIFFERENT. No shade but we have to stop supporting companies that literally hate the black culture. A deeper topic really had me in my feels, and I need some honest feedback on it. The Woman King starring Viola Davis released recently and apparently it's another white wash film. Telling the history of the Dahomey tribe, huge portions of history were sugar coated, making the overall feel seem...well fake.. Tune in now, let me talk my sh*t!! Also check out my articles on hip-hopvibe.com, hypefresh.com, hiphopdose.com, digitalbuzznow.com and 4shomag.com !! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robin-evette/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/robin-evette/support
Gizelle and Robyn discuss their latest plans for a live show, “mystery time” dinners, Kenya Moore, rats, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Ray J, Stacy Dash and more! Then, the ladies delve into their friendship to find out how much they REALLY know each other and also respond to more of your pet peeves. +Get in touch with the show: whatsup (at) reasonablyshady (dot) com || Keep up with us on IG: ReasonablyShady || Follow Robyn: robyndixon10 || Follow Gizelle: gizellebryantSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Larry weighs in on the political landscape heading into the midterms, the Dobbs decision, and the definition of personhood. He's then joined by Emmy Award-winning actress Sheryl Lee Ralph to talk about the new ABC series 'Abbott Elementary'. They start their conversation by talking about the emotions Sheryl felt when she won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Barbara Howard and the impetus behind her viral acceptance speech. (23:45) Sheryl then details how she was cast for 'Abbott Elementary', the challenges she faced in preparation for the role, and some of the techniques she employed to execute her performance.(35:56) After the break, they dive into how her parents and bi-country upbringing empowered her to pursue her acting dreams.(49:53) They then discuss how her participation in the Negro Ensemble Company at Rutgers University opened the door for her first screen role opposite Sidney Poitier in 'A Piece of the Action'.(52:34) They end the pod by talking about her experiences with the original stage production of 'Dreamgirls' and the biggest lessons she's learned from her legendary career.(62:21) Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Sheryl Lee Ralph Production Assistance: Chris Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode Flame and Lauren talk more Ron Desantis, Hurricane Fiona, the Queen's funeral, free bus rides from the GOP, Sheryl Lee Ralph's Emmy win and more. Be sure to subscribe, rate and share. Follow Laugh and Learn: @monroeflame @laurenarmanih @laughandlearnpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Your favorite podcast hosts Jason A. Coombs and Samantha Tuozzolo are back and sit down with actor Ephie Aardema, who shares what it's like being part of the “Fanny Pack” as one of the Fanny Brice understudies in the Broadway hit musical ‘FUNNY GIRL'. Ephie shares what it's like returning to the Broadway stage after the pandemic and juggling multiple roles in rehearsals! Before closing out the episode with a joyful Barbra Streisand Trivia Game, Ephie also shares the importance of actors having hobbies outside of performing and why she almost gave up acting professionally before booking her current role. The episode opens with Samantha and Jason sharing a mic check where they celebrate producing fifty episodes and reminisce on a few of their favorite guests. They also fangirl over the iconic Sheryl Lee Ralph and her outstanding Emmy win last week. The exclusive video can be found here on Broadway World and the audio only can be found on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible or any of your other favorite podcast apps. You can support the podcast and the hosts at www.buymeacoffee.com/SurvivalJobsPod and on Instagram at @surivaljobspod | @SammyTutz | @JasonACoombs. Please excuse any sound issues, Friends! We are still in a pandemic!! Info on Ephie Aardema: Follow Ephie on Instagram Follow Marc on Twitter Ephie's Official Website Mic Check Links: Survival Jobs Broadway World Video/Article Sheryl Lee Ralph full Emmy Speech "Keep the Camera's Rolling: The Pedro Zamora Way" Documentary Trailer "Barbarian" Horror Film Trailer Important Links: NPR: "How To Help Puerto Rico" Article Abortion Funds Website Plan C Pills Website National Write Your Congressman Link How to help Uvalde families NPR Article Check out Six Ways to Help the Buffalo Shooting Victims Check out Nine Ways to Be a Better Ally to Black People Register to VOTE here Where to Donate to Support Access to Abortions Right Now Info on Your Hosts: Follow Samantha: Instagram. | Samantha's Official Website here Follow Jason on Instagram | Twitter. Broadway World Article on our Season 2 Launch Party Check out Jason's Official Website here Check out and support The Bridgeport Film Fest Support Us... Please! If you're feeling generous, Buy Us A Coffee HERE! Please don't become complacent: Support the Black Mamas Matter Alliance Support Families Detained and Separated at the Border. Support the AAPI Civic Engagement Fund. Support Black Trans Folx here Donate to the Community League of the Heights (CLOTH) Support the People of Palestine How to be an Ally to the AAPI Community 168 Ways to Donate in Support of Black Lives and Communities of Color The New York Times: On Mexico's Border With U.S., Desperation as Migrant Traffic Piles Up PBS: How to help India during its COVID surge — 12 places you can donate Covid quarantine didn't stop antisemitic attacks from rising to near-historic highs Opening and Closing Theme Music: "One Love" by Beats by Danny | Game Music: "Wake Up" by MBB. If you enjoy Survival Jobs: A Podcast be sure to subscribe and follow us on your preferred podcast listening app! Also, feel free to follow us on Instagram and Twitter! Thank you!!
Hey!!!! Welcome, Welcome, Welcome To BLACK TO THE FUTURE PODCAST! We are so pleased you could join us here today! On this podcast we will discussing various topics through a Black, Queer, Feminist Lens. Our goal is elevate, educate, and empower those of us in the Black Queer community, and also to help our supporters and allies to become more knowledgeable about what we need as far as support! On this episode Xay Dé and Mikey are back back back again with a new episode! This one is focusing on the recent Black Excellence they've experienced! They cover the historical achievements of Black Women at the Emmys - @Zendaya , @Lizzo , @ Sheryl Lee Ralph , & @QuintaBrunson! In addition to that they cover the new film @The Woman King (SPOILERS!!) starring @Viola Davis! And lastly, they talk about the @Sibling Rivalry Podcast Live Tour starring @Bob The Drag Queen & @Monet X Change, with the dancing talents of the Winners of Season 3 @LegendaryHBOMax - @House of Juicy Couture! They wanted to simply celebrate the Black Excellence of recent days! Thank you for tuning in! Next week will be our 100th Episode!!! We can't believe it! Thank you all so much! REGISTER TO VOTE: https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote EMMYS: Zendaya - https://variety.com/2022/tv/news/zendaya-wins-emmy-lead-actress-drama-euphoria-youngest-two-time-winner-1235367931/ || Lizzo - https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/12/entertainment/lizzo-emmy-award-speech-cec/index.html || Sheryl Lee Ralph - https://www.tvinsider.com/1060573/sheryl-lee-ralph-emmys-2022-winner-abbott-elementary/ || Quinta Brunson - https://deadline.com/2022/09/quinta-brunson-wins-2022-emmy-outstanding-writing-comedy-series-1235116685/ THE WOMAN KING: https://www.thewomanking.movie/ || https://www.instagram.com/womankingmovie/ (INSTAGRAM) SIBLING RIVALRY: https://www.siblingrivalrypodcast.com/ || https://www.obsessedwith.co/sibling-rivalry-2022 (TOUR TICKETS) || Bob The Drag Queen - https://www.instagram.com/bobthedragqueen/ (INSTAGRAM); Monét X Change https://www.instagram.com/monetxchange/ (INSTAGRAM) "Bitch Like Me" - https://open.spotify.com/track/1lV3NdZCVc8wZ1wdv25Gw5?si=32f38075466c49aa (SPOTIFY) || https://music.apple.com/us/album/bitch-like-me-single/1643164744 (APPLE MUSIC) "Soak It Up" - https://music.apple.com/us/album/soak-it-up-single/1386981975 (APPLE MUSIC) || https://open.spotify.com/album/2pJbUeVzXT2f7HGB8H0H2F?si=OfMzqXKkSxKRn5JJ3oyb5g (SPOTIFY) HOUSE OF JUICY COUTURE: https://www.instagram.com/houseofjuicycouture/ (INSTAGRAM) || Brooklyn - https://www.instagram.com/brooklynnnnn1_/ ; Kimiyah - https://www.instagram.com/kimiyahprescott/ ; DYU - https://www.instagram.com/davon_dyu/ ; Dee Boujee - https://www.instagram.com/dee__boujee/ FOLLOW: Xay Dé - https://www.instagram.com/pinkpryncess_xay/ (INSTAGRAM) | https://twitter.com/PinkPryncessXay (TWITTER); Mikey (MAB) - https://www.instagram.com/bamgizmo/ (INSTAGRAM) | https://soundcloud.com/user-321866133 (SOUNDCLOUD) INTERACT: https://linktr.ee/blacktothefuturepodcast/
Y'all we're about to hit 700 freakin' episodes!! We had to get in one more basic before we hit our 700th with the legendary Billy Eichner and cutie pie Luke Macfarlane talking all things Bros film. Let's jump into our 699th episode - Ange talking about planning the most epic funeral we've ever been to, weird cosmic shit that we've all been a part of over the last few weeks, our sister from another mister - author Samantha Irby , and of course this years Emmy's awards show. Let's GOOOOO. --Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! --Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and abortion is normal.--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
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Why yes we ARE back for season 5 of You Might Know Her From with nothing less than an Emmy winner, babies! Sheryl Lee Ralph joins us for a candid conversation about her decades-long career on stage and screen. You might know her from: Abbott Elementary, Moesha, Sister Act 2, To Sleep with Anger, Ray Donovan, A Piece of the Action and the original Broadway productions of Thoroughly Modern Millie and Dreamgirls. Sheryl is a powerhouse quadruple threat: actor, singer, dancer, and producer who knocked us out as Deena Jones in Dreamgirls and just won an Emmy for her work as Barbara Howard in Abbott Elementary. We cover everything from her Broadway beginnings, to her disco one hit wonder, “In the Evening,” to sharing a memorable opening night with Carol Channing. Plus, working with Michael Bennett, Charles Burnett, Sidney Poitier, and Robert DeNiro. And why you don't want an orangutan as a scene partner Buckle up bebes, because your dreams are just about to come true! Follow us on social media: @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week: Sheryl Lee Ralph won an Emmy for Abbott Elementary Jimmy Kimmel bit at Emmy's Selma Blair is on Dancing with the Stars Jojo Siwa lesbian drama on tik tok We miss Tom Bergeron Tyra's whoops on DWTS Former guests Natalie Zea promoting La Brea and Caroline Aaron in the Maisel clip Sheryl & former guest Lisa Ann Walter were fast friends Husband is Penn State Senator Vincent Hughes Played Deena Jones in the original Broadway cast of Dreamgirls, directed by Michael Bennett “Steppin to the Bad Side” choreo Produced Thoughts of a Colored Man on Broadway in 2021 The Dreamgirls movie was bad and didn't ask Sheryl to cameo Played Muzzy in the original Broadway cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Role was originated by Carol Channing in the movie screaming “Raspbbbbberrrrries” out of a moving plane Carol Channing had to erase the black woman from her family in order to “make it.” Her close friendship with Pearl Bailey Wants to do Mame, Hello Dolly, Madame Rose. Damian suggesting Sunset Boulevard Won Indie Spirit award for To Sleep with Anger (dir Charles Burnett) DeVon Nixon was her son in To Sleep with Anger and he's now on Snowfall (Not DeVon Franklin) Her husband in that movie (Richard Brooks) plays her husband on Abbott First movie was directed by Sidney Poitier: A Piece of the Action (1977) Played Dee, the stepmother on Moesha Wanted to be like Patty Duke on The Patty Duke Show or Sally Field on The Flying Nun Moesha jumped the shark in 6th season where Frank (the dad) had a secret son and the writers were determined to add unnecessary drama. Sheryl left the show. Has gay cred: longtime HIV activist, played Margo Channing in Applause, produced the Sylvester musical. Dancers in Applause were Shaun T and Leslie Odom Gay disco anthem “In the Evening” Would call her Instant Mom co-star, Tia Mowry if car broke down Starred opposite Robert DeNiro in Mistress Jon Voight DOES wear a white scarf to dress up Mother is fashion designer Ivy Ralph who created the kariba suit Sheryl's Dreamgirls premiere dress Stars as Rita in Oliver & Company but singing voice went to Ruth Pointer Co-starred I'm the 1994 live action Flintstones movie and had to do a scene with an orangutan Was a judge for Shade the Rusical on s6 of Drag Race which was particularly rough. They sang live. Sang one song at 54 Below for Jen Tepper in honor of 20th anniversary of Millie Carol Channing on Wendy Williams Former guest Da'Vine Joy Randolph should play Pearl Bailey Carol Channing + Pearl Bailey special (1969) Lea Michele opened Funny Girl and there were lots of videos, then she got COVID Funny Girl had to bring in someone last minute bc of so much COVID (Barbara Tirrell as Mrs Meeker) Rosie was set to see Lea too. She has a new gf who's a TikTok person Rosie's sign off is “TikTok ya don't stop”
This week the family is back and are recapping their 200th episode live in New Orleans. We read a letter from a couple who has different plans for their anniversary, and also a couple who cant keep their hands off each other (In a good way). On what's poppin we talk about the upcoming Whitney Houston Biopic and also discuss some other artists we would like to see have movies, the fight between August Alsina, and Tory Lanes, and more. Sheryl Lee Ralph is our dime of the week, and we play Ones gotta go with three different Eras. Black Black Black goes out to a substitute teacher with a vendetta with a student. Tune in to an all new Episode of It's A Man's World Podcast!
Congratulations to Kris and her wife on their newborn baby! We talk about the days leading up to delivery and what is happening next with the podcast (Spoiler: we aren't going anywhere!). The Emmys finally gave Sheryl Lee Ralph her flowers, Quinta Brunson earned her flowers too and Lizzo showed up and showed out. Do y'all remember Downelink? And our initial thoughts about Billy Eichner's gay rom-com "Bros. Shoutouts:Shana: Shop Enby - Black/Queer/Gay/Trans Owned shop that focuses on gender affirmation and pleasure beyond the binary. They've got toys, swag, books, decor - they are described as more than a sex toy shop. Follow @shopenby on IG Kris: My wife, Shalae. For carrying our child, handling her pregnancy with grace, patience and gracious. Can't wait to parent with you! Say congratulations @sha_lay_ Bad Queers is co-hosted by:Shana Sumers: @shanahasagramKris Chesson: @kris.chessLet's keep in touch:Email us for advice at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM on InstagramFollow us @badqueerspod on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Tik TokLove our soundtrack? Check out Siena Liggins: @sienaligginsShoutout to our sponsor HER App
Here's What's Brewing, Today! So, Get Your Cups Ready For Minoritea Report! 3:30- Communitea Bulletin Board 16:10- Sheryl Lee Ralph Wins Emmy 20:30- Quinta Wins/ Jimmy Kimmel fails 27:15- John Legend 30:33- Jennifer Hudson Show 34:50- Rupaul Setting Emmy History 36:37- Tea Break 37:22- AYA 48:33- Black Twitter & Little Mermaid 1:01:17- Black Twitter Vs. Queen Elizabeth 1:08:59- Carlos Alcarez Follow Us- MERCH: MinoriteaReport.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist- https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=1455491d0a4049b5
Sheryl Lee Ralph is a legend. So many of us were overjoyed to see her win an Emmy for her work on Abbott Elementary. In this throwback we talked about acting, why she's had such a long career, and what it means to her to be Black. Toure Show Ep 183: I'm An Actor Original Air Date: Oct. 14, 2020 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this week's episode of 'The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart': Donald Trump held a rally in Ohio last night following an appeal by the DOJ to reverse the decision by a Florida judge to block access to hundreds of classified documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago residence. Mayor Eric Adams of New York discusses the devastating impact of Republican Governors bussing and flying asylum seekers to Democratic strongholds. Actress, author, producer, and activist Sheryl Lee Ralph joins the show fresh off her Emmy win for her role in the ABC mockumentary sitcom "Abbott Elementary. " All this and more on this week's episode of 'The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart.'
Introduction: Minutes 0 to 4:30 I got a German Shepherd puppy and he's 16 weeks old now! He's a lot of work and he's very smart. I've been watching House of the Dragon and I like it but am not sure I will stick with it. Chandra finished What We Do in the Shadows. It had tone problems this season. Royals: Minutes 4:30 to 27:30 Last week right before we recorded we heard that Queen Elizabeth II had passed at 96. Harry went to Scotland, but sadly did not arrive before she passed. Both Kate and Meghan stayed behind, and at first we heard that Meghan would travel to Balmoral with Harry. After that it was reported that Charles told Harry that it was a somber occasion for the close family and that Meghan should not come. The British press did the most to smear her for wanting to support her husband. King Charles II made his first public statement on Friday, during which he announced that William and Kate would be getting the Prince and Princess of Wales titles. He also expressed support for Harry and Meghan. The Kensington Royal accounts changed their titles on social media to The Prince and Princess of Wales quickly. Before that, just a few hours after the Queen died, they changed their titles to The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge. The Line of Succession was updated and Harry and Meghan's children were not given titles. The latest news is that Archie and Lilibet will get titles, they just won't get HRH status. Chandra thinks Harry and Meghan are letting the royals make asses of themselves. Queen Elizabeth's funeral will be on Monday, and just like before Philip's funeral there's a lot of drama over which royals will get to wear military uniforms. Word was that only working royals will get to wear uniforms, meaning both Andrew and Harry won't have them, although it was reported that Andrew would get to wear his on one occasion. It looked exclusionary when Harry, a combat veteran, wasn't wearing a uniform at the funeral procession on Wednesday. Harry's people issued a statement the day before stating in part that “his decade of military service is not determined by the uniform he wears.” On Saturday Harry, Meghan, William and Kate arrived together outside Windsor Palace to greet the crowd. Meghan looked scared, Kate wasn't interacting with Meghan and you could tell there was a lot of tension. There are two videos of King Charles getting mad at pens. During his proclamation ceremony he made a face for his staff to move some pens that were in his way. There's another video of him signing something in Northern Ireland with Camilla. He seems mad to have gotten ink on himself and says “I can't bear this bloody thing.” The Queen's funeral is going to be a massive event and there's the question of security for world leaders. We know Trump and his buddy Putin aren't invited while Joe and Dr. Jill Biden are coming. Politico claimed that attendees were asked to fly commercial and take a bus to Westminster Abbey due to limited capacity, which sounds like a security nightmare. It's likely that was just for lower level diplomats and that there will be exceptions. Chandra reminds me of Prince Philip's memorial service in which many people came to show their respect for the Queen. After Charles announced that William and Kate would be the Prince and Princess of Wales, Duchess Kate issued a statement in which it sounded like she wanted to continue business as usual. Valentine Low at The Times wrote a shady piece that sounded like Kate better step up and do more work. There's a related story that William and Kate won't move into Windsor Castle anytime soon. I play a segment from Zoom where we talk about the royals. As Zakia mentioned in the Zoom segment, Meghan got criticized for taking 45 minutes to get ready for the walkabout. There was speculation that Meghan was wearing a mic pack there, which a source denied. William was the one to reach out to Harry about the walkabout at the last minute. Comments of the Week: Minutes 27:30 to end My comment of the week is from Sue E Generis on the post about Sheryl Lee Ralph's Emmy acceptance speech. Chandra mentions an interview Sheryl did on the red carpet where she mentions advice Robert DeNiro gave her early in her career. Kaiser's comment of the week is from Eowyn in the post about Gisele Bundchen's interview with Elle in which she admits that she's told Tom Brady to be more present with their family. Thanks for listening bitches!
NPR's longtime legal affairs correspondent, Nina Totenberg, talks about her long friendship with Ruth Bader Ginsburg, which began years before Ginsburg became a Supreme Court Justice. Her book is Dinners with Ruth.Sheryl Lee Ralph just won her first Emmy for role as a no nonsense kindergarten teacher in the ABC sitcom Abbott Elementary. Sidney Poitier gave Ralph her first screen role in his 1977 film A Piece of the Action. At the age of 24, Ralph starred in the original Broadway production of Dreamgirls. But there were many difficult years when she was told there was nothing for her because she was Black.Kevin Whitehead reviews a new album by three notable veteran musicians combining free jazz and electric funk.
Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with the grotesque, cynical politics behind the Florida governor's migrant stunt, which is just like the racist "Reverse Freedom Rides" of the 1960's, as these migrants were lied to every step of the way, so DeSantis could own the libs. Also in this episode, we bring you new reporting from The Washington Post on how Donald Trump's team grossly mischaracterized the nature of the documents he was keeping at Mar-a-Lago, when the National Archives first asked for them back. Rep. Tim Ryan, Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate for Ohio, also joins the show. Finally, fresh from her triumphant victory at the Emmy Awards, actress Sheryl Lee Ralph from 'Abbott Elementary' joins Joy on her viral acceptance speech. All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Myf and Zan make sense of a week dominated by one news event, but with plenty of pop culture tugging at our attention. The Emmy's provided plenty of reminders of TV we loved, missed, or clean forgot that we watched in the first place, and a rare magical TV moment as Sheryl Lee Ralph took to the stage. Staying with the screen, the trailer for Disney's live action remake of The Little Mermaid got a whole lot of attention, but we're mostly here for the real time reacs from young black girls at the Ariel reveal. The biggest story of the week is of course the Queen's death, and we're reflecting on the conversations some are saying are “too soon” to be having, on the role of the Monarchy in modern day Australia. The sudden and sad death of Uncle Jack Charles has knocked us for six, and we remember his incredible light and legacy. Meanwhile Myf has been digging into the new Heartbreak High reboot on Netflix, and Zan is reading children's stories of a different kind, by Chloe Hooper. Show notes: Sheryl Lee Ralph's speech at The Emmys: https://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2022/09/emmy-awards-2022-sheryl-lee-ralph-speech/671419/ She's Like Me: Little Black Girls respond to Ariel: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-09-14/videos-of-black-girls-reacting-to-the-little-mermaid-trailer/101436094 Caitlin Moran suspended: https://www.news.com.au/sport/nrl/nrlw-newcastles-caitlin-moore-suspended-for-deleted-social-media-post-after-the-queens-death/news-story/ecd33e3167333bf7b8ae26a7e7f64e0e Uncle Jack Charles: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-09-13/where-to-stream-australian-screen-icon-jack-charles-films-tv/101435626 Take 5 with Zan Rowe on ABC TV: https://iview.abc.net.au/show/take-5-with-zan-rowe Heartbreak High: https://www.netflix.com/au/title/81342553 Bedtime Story: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/58556683-bedtime-story Email us: email@example.com Bang On is an ABC podcast, produced by Double J. It is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the land where we live, work, and learn.
Did you catch Sheryl Lee Ralph's acceptance speech? On this week's episode of Black News, Kennelia discusses this year's Black Emmy award winners, Black & Brown people responding to the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Halle Bailey and The Little Mermaid, and the passing of the legend that is David A. Arnold. Be sure to continue supporting Black News by liking & subscribing on all apps where podcasts can be heard!
Did someone say girl's trip? Sami, Aleen, and Jordana are headed on a quick getaway this weekend to hike, bond, and sh*t talk (just a little). And speaking of sh*t talking, Jordana and Aleen have some thoughts about House of the Dragon. What's with all of the uncomfortable sex scences? Then onto discussing The Patient which, despite Sami not watching the show, Jordana and Aleen still use her account—relatable. Jordana has one more show to discuss, Tell Me Lies, before they dive into an Emmys recap. Re: that weird Jimmy Kimmel incident & Sheryl Lee Ralph's amazing speech. Sami then gives a full breakdown on all of the royal drama post-Queen Elizabeth's death (RIP), before they quickly discuss Lemme, Kourtney Kardashian's new company. Lemme guess, it's a wellness product? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The highs and lows of the 74th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Sheryl Lee Ralph's winning moment, positive advance reviews for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Story, Kate Berlant's incredible new live show Kate, Lea Michele's tour de force as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl, a positive review of The Little Mermaid trailer, the fallout of the Queen's demise and more in a culture catchup with Icon Consorts Matt and Bowen!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ira and Louis discuss the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the reactions to it, the Emmys, Ben Savage's political bid, the Obamas new portraits, and more. Plus, Edward Enninful joins to discuss his role as British Vogue's editor-in-chief and his new memoir A Visible Man.Check out Sheryl Lee Ralph's recent Keep It Appearance here: https://crooked.com/podcast/we-dont-talk-about-favreau-w-sheryl-lee-ralph/.
Nancy's reporting from Portland, where tragedy struck after a man accused of domestic abuse was bailed out by an activist organization. Sarah's reporting from her couch, where the Emmys forced her to sit through a women-pooping commercial not once but three times. They discuss the glory of Sheryl Lee Ralph bursting into song and how Jimmy Kimmel's gag went wrong. Is “White Lotus” worth watching? Did everyone but Sarah know that Matthew McFayden, aka Tom on “Succession,” was British? And can Ricky Gervais just host all future award ceremonies, please?We turn to the dust-up at Oberlin College, where an altercation at a beloved local bakery exploded into accusations of racial profiling and protests that cratered a family business. The resulting court case led to a $36 million fine for the college, which has not paid a dime — until now. We wonder if cases like this will make administrators think twice before jumping into the fray, and we notice how enclaves of privilege often protest the loudest about other people's privilege. In the hot box this week: Nancy praises the genius who made “Pet Sounds,” while Sarah tries to decode the sounds of her pet. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit smokeempodcast.substack.com/subscribe
Episode 179 - "The Culture Deserves It" Feat. Ferrari Simmons & Su Solo Produced by: @iHandlebars Topics include: PNB Rock, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Baller Mail & more. The Baller Alert Show Featuring @FerrariSimmons @_SuSolo @iHandlebars ":The Culture Deserves It" IG: @balleralert Twitter: @balleralert Facebook: balleralertcom Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sheryl Lee Ralph has been a staple of Black entertainment for decades. She played Deena Jones in the original Broadway production of “Dreamgirls,” and was in “Sister Act 2” alongside Lauryn Hill and Whoopi Goldberg. She's currently starring in the new ABC sitcom “Abbott Elementary,” for which she just won her first Emmy Award. Her decades-long career gives her a unique perspective on how the industry has changed since she started—and how it hasn't. “I think that, sometimes in order for institutions like Broadway to truly make room for others, you've got to break it down,” she tells The New Yorker's Vinson Cunningham. “Because you've got to help people see things differently, outside of their own vision. And, even if it's 20/20, it's not perfect.” This segment was originally aired on February 25, 2022.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol still has some unfinished business. Rep. Jamie B. Raskin (D-Md.) joins us to discuss what's left. Also, the significance of Sheryl Lee Ralph's first Emmy.
Sheryl Lee Ralph's victory was an all-time highlight, but was the rest of the show up to her level? And how did she and the other winners celebrate once the cameras were off? Katey Rich, David Canfield, and Rebecca Ford break down the 2022 Emmys. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today on part one of the Rarified Heir Podcast we are talking actor/musician/SAG-AFTRA VP David Jolliffe about growing up in Hollywood. You might remember David from his early work on the show Room 222 as Bernie (yes, the guy with the mass of red hair). You also might know David from one of his hundred plus commercials he's been in. Or perhaps you know his from his voice over/looping work on shows like Devlin. Well, maybe not Devlin, David didn't even remember that one. Regardless, David give us the lowdown on growing up the son of actress Glorya Lord who starred in shows like Mannix & The Doris Day Show and television executive Richard Jolliffe. Our conversation brings up the world he inhabited as a youth, a young adult and all the way through to now. David has fun and fascinating stories about everyone from Bruno Kirby and Michael Constantine to Sheryl Lee Ralph and Bruce Dern. We even get to talk about old school and long gone Sunset Strip restaurant Scandia where his dad frequented. It's a wild ride of SAG/AFTRA inner workings, his close friendship and musical partnerships with Billy Mumy and Shaun Cassidy, his time in and founding the infamous Hollywood Vampires as well as the kindness of Alice Cooper. Loved talking to David for this episode, so sit back, relax and take a listen to the Rarified Heir Podcast.
At the Emmy Awards Monday night, Sheryl Lee Ralph won Best Supporting Actress for her role in the groundbreaking ABC series "Abbott Elementary," which uses humor to take on the issues confronting public education and equity. Geoff Bennett spoke with Ralph last spring for PBS Weekend as part of our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
We're dishin' on the best moments from the Emmys! Plus, Nicki Minaj shades Garcelle Beauvais and Heidi Klum is ready for Halloween! Tamar Braxton cohosts with us, so tune in to today's Dish Nation for more!
Big ups to our boy Keenan and his reunion with Kel. We also got something special from Sheryl Lee Ralph as she sang her acceptance speech. This drove Steve to sing for us as well.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sheryl Lee Ralph is Emmy-nominated for her role as the veteran teacher Barbara Howard on the hit ABC sitcom Abbott Elementary, about an under resourced Philly school. We talk about her long career in showbiz — from Dreamgirls on Broadway to Moesha, and how she made her own way in an industry that didn't offer many parts to Black women.