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Ringer Dish is the place for all things celebrity. From major celebrity moments like the Met Gala and the Oscars, to the weird habits of the stars you love, to refreshers on the biggest tabloid stories from the last twenty years, Ringer Dish has all the vital details. On Mondays, join a rotating cast of Ringer staffers for deep dives on famous families like the Richies or to learn more about your favorite internet boyfriend (looking at you, Zac Efron). On Wednesdays, catch ‘Jam Session’ with Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins for royal family rumors, celebrity real estate, and industry analysis. And on Fridays, listen to ‘Tea Time’ with Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer for lightning-fast coverage of pressing celebrity news and gossip.

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We talk about Ellen DeGeneres and the accounts of a toxic work culture at her talk show (1:00). We also discuss Bradley Cooper being spotted in Malibu with a mystery woman who may or may not be Jennifer Garner (10:39). Next up in the Nicholas Sparks movie canon: 'A Walk to Remember' (25:02). Plus our favorite Disney Channel movies (43:04). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer
Beyoncé has released the visual album ‘Black Is King' on Disney+. Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss the film’s success on this particular platform and its effects on art culture (1:40). They then turn their attention to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to discuss ‘Finding Freedom,’ a biography about the couple (20:00). Then, they weigh in on Paul Mescal, who is featured in the Rolling Stones' new music video, "Scarlet" (37:30).  Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins
Kendall Jenner was featured in Architectural Digest this week, and her home is surprisingly normal (1:56)? Welcome to Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s baby girl, Willa (9:09). We’re on a mission to find the worst Nicholas Sparks movie, starting with ‘The Last Song’ (14:24). And why is no one talking about the Beyoncé visual album out today (32:35)? Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, Amelia Wedemeyer
Juliet and Amanda weigh in on the surprise Taylor Swift album ‘Folklore,’ released last weekend (00:43). They examine how her recent collaboration with Aaron Dessner of the National turned out, and how the composed-in-quarantine album could mark a new shift in tone. They also touch on Gigi Hadid’s new home and the novel ‘Rodham’ by Curtis Sittenfeld. Hosts: Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins
Kate Halliwell and Nora Princiotti break down ‘Folklore,’ Taylor Swift’s new album, on this emergency episode of ‘Ringer Dish.’ They discuss the surprise rollout (0:50), the collaborations (14:20), and how Swift is evolving into a new type of artist (18:45).
We preview Taylor Swift’s surprise album, ‘Folklore,’ and theorize about the track list (1:00). Why exactly is Kourtney Kardashian hanging out with a 19-year-old Tik Tok star (10:29)? In honor of the 10-year anniversary of One Direction’s debut, we revisit some of our favorite songs and albums by the group (18:40). Plus, ‘Camp Rock 2’ and bad quarantine takes (29:08). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer
Princess Beatrice married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi over the weekend. Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins have all the details (1:00). Then, after Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith discussed Jada’s affair with August Alsina on ‘Red Table Talk,’ Alsina tells his side of the story through his new song “Entanglements” (13:55). Plus, all the other media they are consuming: The Chicks’ new album, Quavo and Saweetie’s GQ spread, and much more!
Quarantine claims more couples such as Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers and Bill Hader and Rachel Bilson (1:06). We try to explain the "everything is cake" memes (11:06) and revisit some of our favorite Olympic memories (18:24). Plus, Cringe Mode: 'Camp Rock' (29:40) and some of our most traumatizing camp memories (46:36). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer
Jada Pinkett and Will Smith discuss Jada’s brief relationship with August Alsina on 'Red Table Talk'; Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins break down the conversation (3:30). They next discuss the recent Vogue cover featuring USA gymnast Simone Biles that has many people questioning the quality of the photo shoot (26:20). Then a Hollywood couple update that takes us across the sea (32:00). Plus: Thomas Kail and Christopher Jackson from 'Hamilton' join to discuss the musical's arrival on Disney+ and what they have been up to post-'Hamilton' (39:00).
Diane Keaton is showing off her hat collection and more on Instagram (1:16). Liz gives a brief explainer of all the drama happening on TikTok (7:57). Plus, some more streaming recommendations, including slime videos and ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ (16:51), and the ‘High School Musical’ extended universe (29:34). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer
Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss the new Vulture piece in which Thandie Newton drops names, including that of Tom Cruise, and discusses her career in the entertainment industry (1:45). Then, as FYC (For Your Consideration) season approaches, Juliet and Amanda brainstorm what award shows could look like in this time of uncertainty (14:10). They then turn their attention to Lily James and Chris Evans, the new “couple” who were spotted in London this weekend (23:30).
The Tea Time crew breaks down some of the highlights and lowlights of 'High School Musical 3' (1:00) and names some MVPs from the movie (19:53). Then, they open up the Tea Bag to answer questions about 2000s fashion trends and more (26:39). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer
Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins break down Jessica Simpson's 'Open Book' and compare 2000s celebrity to the stars of the moment (1:50). They then discuss Michaela Coel's excellent ‘I Will Destroy You’ (21:45) and the exciting news that there will be a 12-part series for Sally Rooney’s novel ‘Conversations with Friends’ (34:25).
We check in on some quarantine relationships, including Timothee Chalamet and Eiza González and the ‘Love Is Blind’ cast (1:19). Ja Rule did a low-budget commercial for a Greek food restaurant and now we kind of want Greek food (7:00)? ‘Tea Time’ celebrates Pride Month by recommending some shows to watch and people to follow (13:34). Plus, the next installment of Cringe Mode: ‘High School Musical’ (24:38). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer
Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins recommend books for a summer of social distancing, revisit some childhood favorites by E.L. Konigsburg, and reveal what they are reading now. https://lithub.com/you-can-order-today-from-these-black-owned-independent-bookstores/
We attempt to break down the feud between Millennials and Gen Z that's playing out on TikTok (1:03). We share some June streaming recommendations, including 'Selling Sunset' and 'The Genetic Detective' (16:04). Plus, Cringe Mode: 'High School Musical' (28:37) and can Kristen Stewart play Princess Diana (40:53)? Hosts: Kate Halliwell, Liz Kelly, and Amelia Wedemeyer
Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss Jessica Mulroney’s outburst after Sasha Exeter asked her followers to help contribute to the Black Lives Matter movement (0:55). Then, in lighter news, Litman and Dobbins enjoy the prank that Ben Affleck’s kids played on paparazzi by placing a life-size cutout of Ana de Armas on her front lawn (19:55). Plus: all the Grub Street diets that have caught our attention (25:20).
We shout out some of the celebrities who have stepped up for the Black Lives Matter movement in the past couple of weeks, including John Boyega, Keke Palmer, and Jane Fonda (3:11). Plus: a deep dive into what appears to be Ben Affleck's finsta account (16:50) and revisiting some things that we can't believe happened this year (29:02). Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer Check out a list of places to donate here.
Joined by Ringer writer Justin Charity, Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins dissect the latest Alison Roman conversation, recent events at Bon Appétit, cultural appropriation in the food media world, and what it means to be a food celebrity.
The world has a new internet boyfriend in the form of Paul Mescal, the star of 'Normal People' (1:17). Dylan O'Brien deserves better, and apparently there are Anakin Skywalker stans in the year 2020 (7:21). We revisit the Ashlee Simpson SNL lip-sync scandal (0:00) and the 'Glee' pilot (17:33), and what does Reese Witherspoon know about romaine lettuce that we don't (41:53)? Hosts: Liz Kelly, Kate Halliwell, and Amelia Wedemeyer
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