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LIFE AND STYLE WEEKLY: Selena’s Deposition, Miley’s Troubles, Taylor’s New Pad

Life & Style Weekly reports that both Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber may be fearful of what might come from Selena’s forthcoming deposition regarding a pending case against Bieber. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also chatted about Miley Cyrus’ recent troubles and Taylor Swift’s new Tribeca penthouse on “Ralphie Tonight.”

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Temporary Tattoos

In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talked about a fun trend now that the season is finally changing, Temporary Tattoos.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “Ralphie Tonight.”

LIFE AND STYLE WEEKLY: Jennifer Lopez, The Royal Nanny, Gwyneth and Chris Martin

Life & Style Weekly reports that Jennifer Lopez was out a a nightclub in LA recently and got pretty cozy with one “Dancing With The Stars” cast member. Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe also talked about the Royal Nanny and the divorce between Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin on “Ralphie Tonight.”

INTERVIEW: Phillip Phillips Says He’s In Great Health

Say whatever you want about Phillip Phillips except that fame and fortune changed him.

“I’m just watching everybody else lose money,” Phillips responded to “Ralphie Tonight” last week when asked if he had a college basketball pick. The “Home” singer found himself in Dallas, the host city for this year’s Final Four weekend, to perform on “Conan.” He did not fill out a bracket.

“Nah, I’m too cheap to do that.”

You could encourage him to “never change” but at this point, he probably does not need the advice. Besides, who saw UConn winning the National Championship anyways? The Huskies going all the way was about as likely as a kid of a pawn shop owner from Albany, Ga. winning “American Idol” and selling over a million copies of his debut album.

Well, if the points about his betting habits and background illustrate anything, it is that Phillips is unique. Perhaps that explains the mellow guitar player’s early success. After a cross-country trek last year with John Mayer, it does not seem that Phillips is fading away any time soon. The “Idol” winner released “Raging Fire,” the first single from his sophomore LP Behind The Light, due out in May. It is Phillips’ first song to hit radio that he received a writing credit for.

“We wrote that one so quick,” he said of the track. “First it was me and Todd (Clark) in the room and we started pounding it out. Then Derek (Fuhrmann) came in. We wrote it in less than a week and it was just all craziness.”

Phillips had a chance to return to his old stomping grounds and perform the song live. He characterized the trip back to the “Idol” set as “terrifying” at first.

“It was like a nervous little kid going somewhere that you know everyone but it’s been a while and you don’t really know how to react,” he recalled. “But it was awesome.”

His persona obviously did not change following the show, but his music might. In addition to having a bigger influence in the first radio single for this project, Phillips noted that there was another difference for his second release.

“I had more time to make this one,” he noted. “I got to do more with production and producing it as well. I got to make it sound like me.”

Phillips classified the new record as “more rock” in part because he brought in a band for most of it. He is the only featured artist on the LP but revealed that Robert Randolph plays guitar on one track. Behind The Light drops May 19. Phillips will co-headline a tour this summer with O.A.R. to support the record.

And perhaps most importantly of all, the artist will do all of this in a good physical state. After a few publicized trips to the hospital for a congenital kidney condition, Phillips said that his “health is great” and should be for many years to come.

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Dumpster Diving

In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva highlighted the hottest trend of the moment, dumpster diving.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “Ralphie Tonight.”

LIFE AND STYLE WEEKLY: Taylor’s Girl Crush, Jessica’s Bridesmaids, Beyonce’s Wedding Invite Dilemna

Life & Style Weekly reports all about Taylor Swift’s girl crush, Victoria’s Secret model Karlie Kloss. Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe also dished about Jessica Simpson’s bridesmaids for her wedding and why Beyonce might not attend Kim and Kanye’s wedding in Paris on “Ralphie Tonight.”

INTERVIEW: The Whiptones To Sing National Anthem On Opening Day In Citi Field

The Whiptones, a teenage acapella doo wop quartet from Whippany, NJ will perform the National Anthem at Citi Field on Monday for Opening Day. The guys talked about the big gig and showed off their vocal skills when they stopped by “Ralphie Tonight.”

INTERVIEW: MKTO on ‘Classic’ and New LP

MKTO sat down with “Ralphie Tonight” to chat about the band’s forthcoming self-titled LP and the song “Classic,” plus the tour with Emblem 3.

INTERVIEW: Fitz and The Tantrums Talk Touring With Bruno Mars, ‘The Walker’

Fitz and The Tantrums sat down with “Ralphie Tonight” to chat about the band’s latest single “The Walker” and last year’s trek in support of Bruno Mars.

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Holographic Print

In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talked about a trend that Miley Cyrus wore on stage this week, holographic print.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “Ralphie Tonight.”

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