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AUDIO: ‘RHONJ’ Kathy Wakile Previews Sunday Night’s Episode

“Real Housewives of New Jersey” Star Kathy Wakile offered “The Ralphie Show” a quick preview of the “RHONJ” episode that will air on Bravo Sunday June 16 at 8 PM. The series is currently in Season 5.


Kathy spoke after a cannoli-demo inside Resorts Casino in Atlantic City. The reality TV star sells her own pastry kits online.

INTERVIEW: Miss Universe Olivia Culpo Offers Tips to Win Miss USA

Olivia Culpo won the Miss USA crown last year, en route to also claiming the Miss Universe title. Her advice to the contestants at this year’s USA pageant is to “work your hardest,” and I’m certain she meant “work” and not “werk.”

“There tends to be a pecking order with the girls behind the stage that nobody really sees,” Culpo explained on “The Ralphie Show.” “You know who the frontrunners are because you know who’s working the hardest.”


Culpo cited examples of what some of the state qualifiers do to catch the judges’ attention, such as never removing their heels, sitting down, or nodding off during rehearsals.

“I never wanted to think of it as that, but I did want to think of it in terms of how hard I was working and I did know that I was working my hardest,” she responded when I asked whether she considered herself a lead candidate last year. “I wanted to work as hard as I could.”

These are big shoes for 19 year-old Brittany Stenovitch to fill. The Cranston, RI-native is from the same town as Culpo and will represent the Ocean State in this year’s competition. The reigning Miss Universe made no bones about the fact that she’s pulling for the contestant that she crowned.

“I gotta keep it real with my ‘Rhody’ peeps!” Culpo insisted.

The Miss USA pageant airs Sunday night at 9 on NBC. The event will be co-hosted by Giuliana Rancic and Nick Jonas. Internet sensation Katherine Webb, who competed last year as Miss Alabama USA, will not judge but will be in attendance. Webb found instant fame earlier this year when ESPN play-by-play man Brent Musburger commented about her attractiveness during the BCS National Championship Game.

“That’s an incredible story,” remarked Culpo. “It couldn’t have happened to a nicer girl.”

LIFE AND STYLE’S ANDREW NODELL: Lea Michele’s Album, Shakira’s a Genius, Rob Pattinson in the Friend-Zone

Life & Style Weekly reports that Lea Michele is dropping a solo album soon. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also talked Shakira’s IQ score and Rob Pattinson on “The Ralphie Show.”

INTERVIEW: 1:38 with 98 Degrees

A comeback tour has to start somewhere, and for 98 Degrees that place was Hershey, PA. The performance at the inaugural “Mixtape Festival” went so well that the guys decided to hop back in the studio and jump on the road with New Kids on The Block and Boyz II Men. The tour sold better than expected, so it looks like this might not be the last curtain call for the Ohio-born quartet.

“I think we’ll probably take a break, and then regroup and go back out,” Drew Lachey told “The Ralphie Show” of the band’s plans post-Package Tour. “(We’ll) see what’s up tour-wise or head back in the studio. One way or another, we’ll be doing something together.”

The band released its first studio album in 13 years, 2.0, in May. “The Package Tour” runs through August.

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Round Sunglasses

In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva dishes on a “shady” trend, round sunglasses.

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

AUDIO: ‘The Ralphie Show’ on The Tony Awards’ Red Carpet

The 67th annual Tony Awards enjoyed some added star power this year. Tom Hanks, Steven Van Zandt, Cyndi Lauper, Scarlett Johansson, and Jake Gyllenhaal were in attendance, all either returning to or making their Broadway debut in some capacity this past season. The show, hosted again by actor Neil Patrick Harris, saw its highest ratings since 2009.

INTERVIEW: T.I. Says He’ll Release New LP By This December, Regardless of Record Label Deal

The times are certainly changing, and if anyone in music has experienced that, it is rapper T.I. TIP has sold almost 7 million albums and 15 million singles in the U.S. alone. Yet the Atlanta-native currently finds himself without a record label and on a tour with Lil Wayne that is selling tickets in some markets for as low as $10.

“This is what we call a paradigm shift in society right now,” T.I. explained over the phone in an interview with “The Ralphie Show.” “This is a generational shift where new people are coming in to power and there’s a new day and age; a new way of doing things.”


The “Whatever You Like” artist notes that anyone in business has to adapt to a changing climate.

“I’m in a very unique position where I have artists, including myself, I have producers, I have writers under my wing,” he said. “For me to go to any distributor and walk in any building and give them instant market share, and give them instant credibility, instant relevance, and also an already-made superstar, that’s going to take a considerable investment.”

With the feasibility in this day and age of recording and releasing music independently, especially under an already-known name, there’s no reason to believe that T.I. is simply showing a poker face. He told me he’d like to release Trouble Man II: He Who Wears The Crown by this December. If there’s no deal in place with a record label, the rapper insists that he’ll release it without a major label. Coincidentally enough, the first single, “Wit Me,” features his summer tour-mate.

“Wayne was in Atlanta man, and he hit me,” T.I. recalled. “I think he might have hit me about 5 in the morning, say he was on his way to the studio. So I was just up watching TV at the house and I was like, ‘Hell man, I’m not going to let him out work me, I’m going to the studio too!’”

The two superstars listened to tracks from T.I.’s Hustle Gang in-house producers. A beat produced by Cordale “Lil C” Quinn stood out from the rest, and shortly after hearing it both Weezy and TIP started cutting verses.

“We didn’t get out of there that morning… might have been about 9:30 in the morning,“ he said. “And (Wayne) was still working!”

T.I. says that Lil Wayne is “doing good” following reports that speculated various conditions of his health.

“He’s in awesome spirits,” TIP said. “One thing I can say, it has nothing to do with drugs, because I’ve been around him several times, shooting the video and on personal time and I haven’t seen him around or doing anything anywhere related to any kind of narcotics. I can attest to that.”

LIFE AND STYLE WEEKLY’S LAURA LANE: Kim and Kanye Distance Problems, Shakira Interview

Life & Style Weekly reports that Kanye West might not be in the delivery room when Kim Kardashian gives birth. Editor Laura Lane also talked about an interview sister publication In Touch Weekly did with Shakira on “The Ralphie Show.”

AUDIO: HLN Lawyer Breaks Down Possible Miguel Lawsuit

On the outset, it looks like Khyati Shah simply locked up an attorney and changed her story with a big pay day insight.


“Now she’s not okay, she’s got head trauma, head injuries… what are my fellow lawyers doing!” joked HLN TV contributor and New York attorney Joey Jackson on “The Ralphie Show.” Shah told Billboard backstage at the magazine’s award show last month that she was fine following the accident. Singer Miguel missed the stage while jumping over a pit of fans and landed on Shah’s head.

Her attorney, Vip Bhola, told TMZ that his client may have brain damage. All kidding aside, Jackson doesn’t necessarily doubt the story.

“There may be times when you are traumatized and you don’t know it,” the lawyer explained. “When you have brain injuries, you later consult a professional. You go to the doctor and they say, ‘Wait a minute. There’s something significant here.’”

But there’s another side to the coin, no pun intended.

“Miguel’s a deep pocket. He’s successful. He’s got some cash, and they’re looking to cash in,” Jackson speculated on another possible motive for the new wave of reports that have returned this story to the headlines. “What the facts are? What the truth is? That’s ultimately going to be for a jury to decide, if it moves forward and it goes that far.”

From a legal perspective, Jackson also mentioned the assumption of liability, which falls in Miguel’s favor.

“People who are at concerts assume a certain risk,” he said. “It’s sort of like being at a baseball game and getting hit with a ball. Can you sue the player? No.”

Leave it to Miguel to bring a new meaning to the term, “Don’t hate the player, hate the game.” We may find out sooner rather than later if the legal system agrees.

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Floral Headbands

In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talks about a celeb seasonal favorite, floral headbands.

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