Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz stopped by “Ralphie Tonight” to mostly talk about the band’s single “Centuries.” It serves as the lead single from FOB’s forthcoming LP, American Beauty/American Psycho and samples the 1981 Suzanne Vega hit, “Tom’s Diner.”
Pete also chatted on the show about last year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which FOB performed in but was not prepared for at all.
“Ralphie Tonight” was live in Los Angeles for the 2014 American Music Awards with Westwood One’s “Red Carpet Radio.”
Over the weekend, acts like Selena Gomez, Pitbull, Imagine Dragons, Train’s Pat Monahan, Gavin DeGraw, and many more stopped by to chat about the weekend’s festivities.
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Saturday was day 2 of “Ralphie Tonight” broadcasting live from Westwood One’s “Red Carpet Radio” at the 2014 “American Music Awards” in Los Angeles. The second day of the broadcast is always the craziest but most fun because of the amount of celebrities that are in town for the event.
It was so great to see a few familiar faces like Mary Lambert, Gavin DeGraw, and Pat Monahan of Train. Also “Mr. Worldwide” – Pitbull – sat down for an exclusive interview the night before his gig hosting The AMAs!
Friday was Day 1 of “Ralphie Tonight” broadcasting live from Westwood One’s “Red Carpet Radio” at the 2014 “American Music Awards” in Los Angeles. The first day of the broadcast came with its usual shenanigans and a few pleasant surprises.
Among those things that we weren’t expecting – Selena Gomez showing off her selfie skills, Colbie Caillat telling us about her new home, and Charli XCX revealing that she has some AMA surprises in store for Sunday.