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LIFE & STYLE’S JORDI LIPPE: Jennifer Hudson, Beyonce, Lea Michele

Life & Style Weekly reports in the magazine’s latest issue about Jennifer Hudson’s time in court as she watches the trial against the man that murdered members of her family unfold. Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe also talked about Beyonce and Jay-Z’s recent date night and Lea Michele’s new pad.

AUDIO: InTouch Weekly’s Kim Serafin on Bobby Brown and Michael Jackson

InTouch Weekly Senior Editor Kim Serafin recapped Bobby Brown’s “Today” interview in which he claimed that he was not responsible for Whitney Houston’s drug abuse.

Serafin also talked about the new global campaign that Pepsi is set to launch with Michael Jackson’s name, likeness, and music.

AUDIO: ‘Feel Too Close’ (Parody of Calvin Harris’ ‘Feel So Close’)

Back up BRO.


In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talked about a trend that Rihanna recently wore, fringe, specifically on bikinis. Jessie is even giving away a bathing suit on her site!

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

LIFE & STYLE’S JULIET IZON: Jessica Simpson Gives Birth to Baby Girl

Life & Style Weekly Events Editor Juliet Izon chatted about Jessica Simpson’s new baby girl. After a 19 month pregnancy, Simpson and fiancé Eric Johnson gave birth to a healthy 9 pound baby, Maxwell Drew Johnson. The baby was born Tuesday.

INTERVIEW: Comedian Paul Rodriguez Brings Laughs to Cove Haven May 4

Paul Rodriguez is leaving Los Angeles Cinco de Mayo weekend to head to The Poconos. The actor/comedian will be bringing his stand-up routine to Cove Haven Resort on Friday night, May 4. Rodriguez called in to “The Ralphie Radio Show” for a preview of what will be a night filled with hilarity in The Poconos.

LIFE & STYLE’S JULIET IZON: Jennifer Aniston, Katy Perry

Life & Style Weekly reports in its latest issue that Jennifer Aniston may be planning a wedding. This on the heels of the announcement that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are engaged. Events Editor Juliet Izon also talked about Katy Perry’s new love interest.

AUDIO: Entertainment Reporter Jill Wilderman on The Wanted

The Wanted has a lot of momentum on its side, coming off the hit single “Glad You Came.” Entertainment Reporter Jill Wilderman talked about the UK boy band and its recent performance on NBC’s “The Voice.”

Wilderman also reported on what manager Scooter Braun and artist Justin Bieber are saying about the boys and their music.

Check out Jill’s blog here and follow her on Twitter here.

AUDIO: Doctor Outlines 5 Characteristics of a Dangerous Blind Date

Summer is right around the corner, and you may be getting ready to hit the dating scene. But when it comes to a blind date, buyer beware.

Dr. Annabelle Charbit talked about the five characteristics of a dangerous blind date on “The Ralphie Radio Show.” Dr. Charbit earned a PhD in Neuroscience from University College London. She authored the novel, A Life Lived Ridiculously, which is about a girl with obsessive compulsive disorder falling in love with a sociopath.

INTERVIEW: Ivy League Grad Hoodie Allen Not Surprised By Fan Support of ‘All American’

You’ve heard of the white kid going to college and doing well for himself in the hip-hop and R&B game before. But, have you heard of the Ivy League graduate who worked at Google before quitting, dropping mixtapes, and independently rapping his way to the number one album on iTunes?

Didn’t think so. Meet Hoodie Allen, born Steven Markowitz in Long Island, NY.

That EP, All American, vaulted to the top of the iTunes charts mere hours after Allen released it. The University of Pennsylvania alumnus told me via telephone that his fans’ support never ceases to surprise him.

“It’s been really cool to control the creative process, and put out what I like, and be my own A&R,” Allen said. “It’s just nice to see the follow-through, and everyone really loves the album. That’s been the most rewarding part of it.”

Allen already declined multiple major record label deals, and showcasing his capacity to move units with no “commercial machine” backing him only has the industry salivating over him even more. But for the emcee, his focus is solely on a sold-out tour that has him traveling the country. Not on label execs, not on his bank account… no, not even on the growing number of Facebook requests he’s receiving. He notices though.

“You know, I’ve started getting a lot of friend requests from girls I went to Penn with, who were too cool for me then, but now they want to be my friend,” Allen joked. “I guess I’m doing something right.”

All Allen had to do was look at album charts and ticket sales to know that he has figured out how to launch a successful music career. Although, I’m sure he doesn’t mind the Facebook inbox reminders either.