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Life & Style Weekly reports that Nick Cannon seems to have moved on from Mariah Carey, while the singer is simply just trying to look ahead to her upcoming Las Vegas residency. Senior News Director Jessica Finn also talked about Lady Gaga and Leonardo DiCaprio on “Ralphie Tonight.”

Tori Kelly invited “Ralphie Tonight” in to her Manhattan hotel room where she talked about her new single with super-producer Max Martin, what she likes to dip her chicken fingers in and what it will take for her to finally get a tattoo.


And yes, for a split second we thought she was pregnant before meeting her. Find out why in our chat.



Andy Grammer called in to “Ralphie Tonight” to chat about his latest single, “Honey I’m Good.” The video, which features Grammer’s family, friends and fans, is poised to be his most popular yet.

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva highlighted a trend she saw at The Oscars, bold bling.

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

A couple of pop radio staples released new singles on Monday to their eager fan bases.

After months of rumors and Instagram photos, the world finally got to hear the single that DJ/producer Zedd and Selena Gomez collaborated on. While speculation ran rampant over their personal relationship, there is no doubt that the duo can combine to create a hit record in the studio. Zedd, nee Anton Zaslavski, is billed as the title artist on “I Want You To Know,” with Gomez as the feature. OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder told Billboard that he wrote the single and gave it to Zedd.

Monday also marked the return of FUN. lead singer Nate Ruess. The front man is working on a solo album and unveiled “Nothing Without Love” as the first single.

“I remember taking a trip upstate to finish the lyrics,” Ruess wrote on Facebook, “and returning thinking that I’d finally been able to say everything I’d ever been feeling in that moment, and it’s applied to my life in so many different ways ever since.”

Ruess calls it his favorite song that he’s written. No other details on his solo effort are available yet.

What do you think of the tracks? Let me know on Twitter – @ralphieaversa.

Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds called in to “Ralphie Tonight” to chat about the band’s sophomore album, Smoke + Mirrors. Reynolds also offered some insight in to the band’s album release week schedule and a recent chat they had backstage at “The Tonight Show” with Taylor Swift.


Reynolds and company are preparing for the band’s forthcoming arena tour, and the front man talked about what Imagine Dragons is planning for the set.

It was great to join PIX 11’s 5 o’clock news broadcast Saturday with anchor Kaity Tong and chat about Sunday’s Academy Awards. By the way, my pick to win Best Picture is “Birdman,” starring Michael Keaton. (Click the photo to watch the segment)

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Life & Style Weekly reports that Miley Cyrus’ relationship may be nearing its end. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also talked about Adam Levine on “Ralphie Tonight.”

Echosmith is enjoying a great deal of success thanks to the band’s breakout hit “Cool Kids.” Sydney and Noah are two of the four siblings that comprise the group, and they recently chatted about the song as well as the follow-up single “Bright” on “Ralphie Tonight.”

Check out the deluxe edition of Talking Dreams below.

Mark Ronson, tall on knowledge but short on sleep, stopped by “Ralphie Tonight” to chat about his number one hit that almost never was. Ronson also talked about the media comparing new artists to others that have come before them and what it’s like to perform alongside the likes of Bruno Mars and Mystikal.


The DJ and producer recalled growing up in New York City, and opined how Manhattan has changed since he was a kid on the Upper West Side. Ronson’s album, Uptown Special, is on Rdio now.