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Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye

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In Let’s Be Real, 17-year old Sammy Jaye delivers honest and unfiltered conversations with celebrities, activists, athletes and influencers by not shying away from real and authentic discussions. Vibrant and disarming, Sammy Jaye’s goal is to humanize her guests and discuss real-life issues - from mental health, political activism and the pressure of social media to lighter topics like friendships, dating and pop culture.
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Alec Benjamin talks with Sammy Jaye about why he serenaded strangers on Hollywood Boulevard, feeling the fear and doing it anyway, how to get the best advice, and his new album, These Two Windows.
Sammy Jaye & Jordan Fisher catch up at his offices to talk Hamilton, To All The Boys I've Loved Before, music and movies... as well as what to do when you're more successful and less happy than you've ever been before, and how to go surprise bowling with Lin-Manuel Miranda. He also dishes on his longtime friendships with Sabrina Carpenter, Noah Centineo and our very own Sammy Jaye.
In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, Sammy Jaye is joined by March For Our Lives activists David Hogg, Ariel Hobbs & Alexis Confer. In the wake of the Parkland shooting two years ago, high school students were transformed into advocates for gun control in the United States. Over Skype, the activists share what they've gone through the last two years that has given them hope, the craziest things that have been said about them in the media, why people are buying guns in the middle of a pandemic, and what we can all do, right now, to make our country safer for children and adults.
Featuring Laura Marano

Featuring Laura Marano

2020-03-1733:24

This week on Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye, Laura Marano joins us in the studio to talk about making music, producing her own film Saving Zoe, starring in The Perfect Date, and getting her start on Disney in Austin & Ally. They get real about what it means to focus on your passions, pursue an education while working on a career in entertainment, and find new dreams.
Featuring Liza Koshy

Featuring Liza Koshy

2020-03-1040:52

Liza Koshy and Sammy Jaye talk about public breakups, being employed through your phone, getting to interview an Obama and how to get your creative groove back. Liza opens up about the pressure she faces to be perfect and know it all when she's really just trying to be a 23-year-old Youtuber, as well as her directorial debut, and what's coming up for season 3 of Liza On Demand.
On this week’s episode of Let’s Be Real with Sammy Jaye, former Bachelor contestants (and proof that you should trust the bachelor process) Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon join us in the studio to talk about the current season of the Bachelor, falling in love, why confidence is a skill you can learn. Plus, favorite movies to add to your list and Sammy’s conspiracy theories about who the winner of this season will be.
Featuring Why Don't We

Featuring Why Don't We

2020-02-2528:541

Sammy Jaye catches up with Why Don't We backstage as they complete their second trip around the globe in the last two years. The Man Band dishes about what happens when a fan shows up somewhere unexpected, how their closeness helps them survive on tours, and what it's like to have relationships that don't involve talking about your bandmates.
Period.org founder and activist Nadya Okamoto joins Sammy Jaye in the studio, and they talk about what life looks like as the head of a successful NGO & a marketing company, while still maintaining a full class-load at Harvard University. Nadya and Sammy uncover the issues surrounding period poverty, homelessness, incarcerated women, and the long-neglected discrepancies surrounding the monthly needs of half the population. They unpack the benefits of a long-distance relationships, how Nadya made her panic attacks disappear, and how she flows from one activity to another without getting overwhelmed.
Sammy Jaye catches up with Julia Michaels about love, songwriting, American Idol and what it feels like to challenge yourself creatively in this episode of Let's Be Real. Julia opens up about the vulnerability of songwriting with a boyfriend, getting into creative flow with songwriting partners like Selena Gomez, and her favorite musical at the moment. Check it out!
Meghan Trainor met up with Sammy Jaye to talk all things music, marriage and more. On her new album Treat Myself, Meghan handpicked legendary superstars like Nicki Minaj, Mike Sabath, and others to co-write songs on the album. She dishes about exactly what she said to get Nicki Minaj on board, the trials of being a popstar on hiatus because of medical trauma, and what it felt like to fall in love with husband (and former Spy Kid) Daryl Sabara.
Featuring Kesha

Featuring Kesha

2020-02-0440:281

Kesha stops by the historic Village Studios to chat with Sammy Jaye about drowning out her haters, her brand new album High Road, and just-launched makeup line Kesha Rose Beauty. Kesha reveals the relentless drive to create that pushes her to work, how she has overcome so much, and how music led her through it all.
Featuring FINNEAS

Featuring FINNEAS

2020-02-0423:031

On this episode, Sammy Jaye catches Grammy-winner and 2020 Producer of the Year FINNEAS backstage at the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball while 20,000 fans eagerly await his performance with his sister & writing partner Billie Eilish. Sammy and FINNEAS unpack how life has changed for him over the past 18 months, the personal toll of losing a friend, why his favorite new producers are barely 16, and much more!
Sammy Jaye, at 17 years old, is the youngest person to have her own podcast on iHeartRadio. She brings a fresh and authentic voice to the podcast world, driving unfiltered, heartfelt and revealing conversations with celebrities, activists, athletes and influencers. With extensive experience as a correspondent and interviewer, Let’s Be Real with Sammy Jaye covers serious topics like mental health, politics and the pressures of social media, to lighter topics like friendships, dating and pop culture.
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Jim Thornburg

Potty mouth.

Feb 21st
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Jesse Diamond

I love this so far ♥️

Feb 21st
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