The pop-culture podcast for smart women who love dumb stuff.
The pop-culture podcast for smart women who love dumb stuff.
Steph Claire Smith is well-known for her presence on Instagram, but how has her approach to the platform changed as her following has boomed? We get her onto the show to ask her about the finite details of a social media presence that demands engagement of young girls.PLUS! Sylvia Jeffreys called out Woman's Day this week for posting lies about her relationship, so how in the world do they get away with publishing utter lies? In the wake of Rebel Wilson's case struggling on appeal, we go deep on why tabloids can get away with lying. And, of course, the flammable state of Posh and Becks' marriage: What in the world is going on?You can watch the Media Watch video here on how magazines doctor images, and the piece on Broadly from a woman who once worked in women's magazines.As always, you're so welcome to join the conversation in our Facebook group! Otherwise, you can find us on Twitter, follow Michelle on Instagram here, Zara on Instagram here or get in touch at email@example.com.Oh oh oh oh and we're on Instagram now, too. Follow us here.And before we go: We're a tiny, little independent podcast who rely on YOU GUYS so others can find us. If you have the time, we'd love it if you could subscribe to the show.This episode was produced by Zara McDonald with royalty free music from Bensound.
Hello! Welcome to the first of four bonus episodes while Zara is away in Europe (how dare she).This week we're going behind the scenes of our country's biggest red carpet and awards show, The Logies. We'll chat about who we want to take home the Gold Logie and those odd breakfast show feuds, before catching up with the incomparable Lana Wilkinson, one of Australia's top celebrity stylists. As always, you're so welcome to join the conversation in our Facebook group! Did we mention we're on Instagram now, too? Follow us here.And before we go: We're a tiny, little independent podcast who rely on YOU GUYS so others can find us. So we'd love it if you could press 'subscribe' in your podcast app.This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews with royalty free music from Bensound.Love y'all xxxxxx
Oh hey there! This week, we just needed to debrief about the kiss that landed Katy Perry in some rather hot water, the WAGs who build their careers off the back of heartbreak, and the incredible resurgence of Jennifer Garner. Speaking of Jen Garner, let us know what you think her quotes meant in this Vanity Fair profile: https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2016/02/jennifer-garner-talks-kids-career-ben-affleck You're so welcome to join the conversation in our Facebook group! Search 'Shameless celebrity gossip' and join the fun. Otherwise, you can find us on Twitter @shameless_pod or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. And before we go: We're a tiny, little independent podcast so we would love it if you could leave us a review so other people can stumble on our show. We would love your love. This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews. (Royalty free music from Bensound: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/jazz-comedy)
Hello beautiful listener people. Happy Monday! On this week's episode we're talking about the floss bikini, the unencumbered success of Zoe Foster Blake, and the sexting scandal that rocked the NRL. To read Mich's piece on ZFB and Roxy Jacenko, click here. To join our gorgeous Facebook group, click here. To follow us on Insta, click here. To claim $1,000,000 from a Nigerian prince, click here. (Ha! Gotcha.) Royalty free music from Ben Sound. This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews.
OH MY GOODNESS. This week we obviously needed to debrief on the Khloe Kardashian/Tristan Thompson cheating saga. We went deeeeeep (and got a little fiery with each other along the way) on how much sympathy should we have for Khloe, and the men like Tristan who just can't keep it in their pants.Also: we cover the cultural phenomenon that is Coachella, and the musical phenomenon that is Cardi B.Zara referenced a heaaaaap of stuff today that she read about Cardi B this week: You can try the GQ profile here, The Guardian profile here, the Pitchfork piece here on why her number one matters and the Splinter News piece here about Cardi B, Taylor Swift and race relations in Trump's America.You're so welcome to join the conversation in our Facebook group! Otherwise, you can find us on Twitter, Mich on Insta here and Zara on Insta here. OR get in touch at email@example.com.And before we go: We're a tiny independent podcast so we would love it if you could leave us a review so other people can stumble on our show.This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews.(Royalty free music from Bensound: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/jazz-comedy)
It's Monday morning and while that means the weekly grind is churning again, we're happy to ease the pain with another episode. On this week's show: Why everyone's getting sick of The Bachelor, what on Earth do we do with men in the public eye who have f****d up, and the breakup statements so saccharine we feel a little queasy. You can read Clementine Ford's piece on Louis C.K here, Dana Schwartz's piece on the same topic here and Tom Meagher's piece on the monster myth here. Also, here's Lena Dunham's column on break ups for Vogue. To follow us on Instagram, click here. To join our wonderful little Facebook group, click here. If you guys could share a snap listening to this ep on your Instagram story, we would SO APPRECIATE IT. We can't tell you how much that helps us spread the word and grow our little baby pod. Thanks for always being so lovely and supportive. This episode was produced by Zara McDonald with royalty free music from Bensound. See you next week!
Good morning to everyone except Nick Cummins! Kidding, kidding. In all seriousness, though, what the HECK happened on The Bachelor last week? Plus, can you be a feminist and love rap music, and what's with the return of the noughties' biggest Hollywood stars? Mischa Barton and Lindsay Lohan are ev-er-y-where. Our recommendations for the week: How To Be Perfect by Holly Wainwright and Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty. Wanna read what we spoke about in the pod? Links below. Tricia Rose for The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/jan/17/jay-z-bitch-rapper-hip-hop Ann Friedman for The Cut: https://www.thecut.com/2013/07/blurring-the-lines-enjoying-maybe-sexist-music.html The New York Times on women in the music industry: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/25/arts/music/music-industry-gender-study-women-artists-producers.html Tirhakah Love for The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/oct/19/post-malone-rockstar-numb-the-pain-with-the-money-how-hip-hop-turned-nihilistic Jill Filipovic on women's public meltdowns: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/may/29/amanda-bynes-meltdown-why-we-watch Thanks so much to STA Travel for sponsoring this episode of Shameless. This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews, with royalty free music from BenSound.
Hello friends! Happy Monday/Shameless day!This week we're going deep on the fitness feud between KIC's Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw, and 28's Sam Wood (by interviewing none other than the lovely Laura about it). THEN we discuss all things Kanye, Kanye, Kanye and whether or not it's problematic to list a 14-year-old in the world's top 100 most influential people.Want to join in on the action? We have a Facebook group for VIP Shameless listeners! You can join by searching 'Shameless celebrity gossip' on Facebook, or by clicking here. You can also email us over at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow us on Twitter!OH AND PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AND WE WILL SEND YOU PIZZA*!*Maybe.*Probably not.Love ya guys xxxxxxThis episode was produced by Michelle Andrews. (Royalty free music from Bensound.)
HELLO GUYS. MICH HERE. VERRRRRY SLEEP DEPRIVED RIGHT NOW. On this ep we talk about the Diet Prada + Dolce and Gabbana scandal, why Roxy Jacenko has a hold on the Aussie media, and all about our obsession with The Bold Type. Wanna subscribe to our newsletter? You can do so here (if that link doesn't work, you'll find it in our Insta bio). Want to get behind the #OrangeCard? When you see someone speaking of a woman in a disrespectful way - online or otherwise - call it out! Hashtag #OrangeCard and get people talking. This episode was produced by Michelle Andrews, with royalty free music from BenSound. Thanks to Over The Moo for making this episode possible.
GDAY! On today's ep, we look at the Asia Argento sexual assault scandal, male beauty standards, and the epic beauty YouTuber feud we couldn't look away from. To watch Ta-Nehisi Coates explain why the 'N' word doesn't belong to white people, listen here. To follow us on Instagram, click here. To join our wonderful little Facebook group, click here. If you guys could share a snap listening to this ep on your Instagram story, we would SO APPRECIATE IT. We can't tell you how much that helps us spread the word and grow our little baby pod. Thanks for always being so lovely and supportive xxxxxx
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