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Attorney Jill Stanley called in ahead of disgraced studio head Harvey Weinstein surrendering to police. The following morning, Weinstein was indicted on rape and sex act charges.

Attorney Jill Stanley called in to my show from Los Angeles to comment on what is next for Bill Cosby after his sexual assault conviction, predict what his sentence might be and talk about how the verdict impacts the “Me Too” movement.

Before his group headlined Mohegan Sun Arena and were introduced by yours truly, I sat down backstage to chat with Chris Daughtry of the band Daughtry. He gave me a tentative timeline for the group’s fifth studio album, talked about his plans for the rest of the year and even reminisced with me about a moment we had backstage at last year’s Billboard Music Awards.

Then a few weeks later, we chatted at… the Billboard Music Awards, where he gave me another update on Daughtry’s next LP.

New York City-based divorce lawyer Jacqueline Newman called in to the show to talk about a recent Page Six article in which Jennifer Garner talked about what she, opposed to her ex Ben Affleck, will allow their kids to eat. While Garner was probably somewhat joking, Newman said the theme is one she sees in court quite a bit, introducing us to the term, “Disney Dad.”

Nick Fradiani called in to the radio show recently, ahead of a show he played at Toad’s Place in New Haven, to give an update on new music he was working on and his thoughts on the latest season of “American Idol.”

Clinical Forensic Psychologist Dr. John Huber called the radio show to shed some more light on Mariah Carey’s revelation that she was diagnosed bipolar. Dr. Huber talked about not only the common traits that celebrities who are diagnosed this have, but what Carey’s announcement means for the mental health community.

After performing her new single “Lottery” on “The Tonight Show,” super-talented singer/songwriter Jade Bird stopped by to chat about her music, experience in New York City and love for The Sims.

James TW, fresh off of touring with Andy Grammer, stopped by the radio show to talk about his English roots, getting a record deal off of YouTube and his new single, “Say Love.”

Variety’s Jem Aswad called in to my radio show the day before The Weeknd dropped his mini-album, “My Dear Melancholy,” to preview the release.

Meghan Trainor joined my radio show this past March for a chat about her new single, “No Excuses,” enlisting the help of family to record background vocals on her new album and how she learned over the years to trust her gut when it came to releasing music.