Ep 91: A Pop Culture Mega Storm ft. Daryn Carp
*EDIT: Emma & Julie accidentally misspoke when touching on Ariana Grande. She did, in fact, win artist of the year at the VMAS. They apologize for the confusion - it was a long day!On Today's episode, Emma and Julie are joined by Daryn Carp, host of the "Martinis & Murder" podcast, Bravo personality and Andy Cohen's chief of staff. The three of them are breaking down every detail of this crazy week in pop culture. They start with the best moments from the MTV VMAs: all things Lizzo, Camila and Shawn's first performance, Taylor Swift's advocacy, the Jonas Brothers return, Miley’s breathtaking performance & so much more. They give the latest update on Miley/Liam/Kaitlynn/Brody, the details of Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx's split, the scoop on Justin and Hailey's wedding, Bethenny Frankel leaving RHONY and Lizzie McGuire's big comeback. They also explain the entire Trisha Paytas YouTube saga, and what's going on with Lala Kent. In the award ceremony, Ryan Reynolds and Chrissy Teigen take home the gold for "funniest comment" and "best clapback" of the week. The Kardashian recap is stacked with everything from Sofia's 21st birthday celebration to Kim and Kanye's trip to Cheesecake Factory. Buckle up, it's a wild ride of an episode.
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About The Show
From the viral Instagram account @commentsbycelebs comes the much awaited Comments By Celebs Podcast. Emma Diamond & Julie Kramer, the creative minds behind the account and self-proclaimed celeb experts, talk all things pop culture. Using the unique angle of their Instagram account to frame the conversation, they delve into what's going on in the world of celeb comments, and how that translates into real life drama. Having a hard time keeping up with your favorite stars? They’re here to break it all down for you. The girls of CBC dive right into it all - giving you their honest, no bs approach to what’s going on in Hollywood. With no shortage of games & hypothetical celebrity scenarios, they make the gossip both fun and highly relatable. If it’s happening, they’re talking (and instagramming) about it.