All Rise For QUEEN Regina King!
Now, you KNOW we were hyped for this interview! And although we (Cori + Charli) weren't the ones interviewing her, it's an honor to have Regina King (@iamreginaking) grace Yes, Girl! With over 30 years in the industry, Regina King's winning season has finally come! After her December ESSENCE cover shoot, Queen Regina sat down with another Queen - our West Coast editor, Regina R. Robertson (@reginarrobertson) (or "R to the Third" as Regina King lovingly calls her) to take us on an inspiring walk back through her life and career from '227' to the now incredibly popular HBO hit, 'Watchmen,' to her favorite cocktails to what was going through her mind when she won her Academy Award to the moment the world came to know that she is a whole lot of fun! Let us know what you think by using #YesGirlPodcast and don't forget to rate, comment, subscribe and grab the December issue of ESSENCE on newsstands now! [19:12] Regina King Describes Her Character "Sister Night" From 'Watchmen' [21:57] Regina King On Being The First Person On The Call-Sheet [35:25] Was She Really Drunk on 'Watch What Happens Live'? [59:57] Regina King Explains Her 'Black Girls Rock!' Speech Yes, Girl! Hosts: Cori Murray (@corimurray) Charli Penn (IG = @charlipenn / Twitter = @manwifedog)Executive Producer: Tiffany Ashitey (@misstiffsays)Producers: Ashley Hobbs (@ashleylatruly) + Shantel Holder (@shadesofshan_)Bookings: Cori Murray, Charli Penn, and Tiffany AshiteyAudio: Josh Gwynn (@regardingjosh) + Anthony Frasier (@anthonyfrasier)Music: Gold Standard Creative (@gscdotnyc)
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About The Show
At Black Girl Magic headquarters, senior editors Cori Murray (@corimurray), Charli Penn (@ManWifeDog) host ESSENCE's Yes, Girl! Podcast every Thursday. The award-nominated, podcast fills your glass with celebrity interviews, pop culture and unapologetic perspective. From week-to-week, they're uplifting everybody who’s taking Black culture a little higher.