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In an interview which will air on “The Ralphie Radio Show” August 22, Selena Gomez shot down a pair of rumors about her alleged involvement in a new “Sex and the City” TV series and a Britney Spears tribute planned for the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.

The interesting thing is that Gomez calls herself both a fan of the TV show and the pop star. Although, her youth (and therefore, her mother) made watching the former a limited experience until she got older.

“I wasn’t allowed (to watch) when I was younger, so I kind of missed a lot,” Gomez said. “But I used to watch a couple episodes.”

The Disney star says the rumor of her playing Charlotte in the planned series is just that, a rumor.

“I haven’t been approached,” she revealed. “It would certainly be an honor, but I haven’t been approached.”

Gomez probably also thinks participating in a Britney Spears tribute is an honor. After all, the starlet pays homage to Britney every evening on the “We Own the Night” tour, performing and dancing to a medley of Spears tracks. During her show, Gomez reveals the first ever concert she attended was a Britney show at age 11.

“No. That would be cool too, but no,” she responded when I brought up the reports of her teaming up with Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, and possibly others at the VMAs next Sunday.

Speaking of Lovato, Gomez did talk about her friend’s upcoming birthday and how she’ll spend it.

“She’s having a big birthday party, and unfortunately I have a show, so I can’t go,” Gomez said. “But she’s going to have the best time and she’s going to go with one of her other really good friends. It’s going to be a good birthday.”

The full conversation with Gomez airs Monday evening on “The Ralphie Radio Show.”

This is off the “Sex and the City 2” soundtrack… why Liza, why?


Well Sex and the City fans – a sequel to the box office hit looks likely.

Actress Cynthia Nixon, who portrays lawyer Miranda Hobbes, told me exclusively that filming could commence in 2009.

“We are definitely talking about it,” said Nixon. “Our hope is, if everything keeps moving forward, we would maybe start shooting summer of next year.”

In the meantime, Nixon passes her time by campaigning for Presidential Candidate Barack Obama. But the Broadway and Silver Screen star had a message specific to those in Scranton who supported Senator Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Presidential Primary.
“Think to yourself, ‘What would Hillary do?’ Hillary would vote for Barack Obama.”

Nixon and I also spoke about gay marriage – and the recent comments by Governor Sarah Palin on a constitution ban of same-sex weddings. The statements didn’t sit well with Nixon, who is an outted lesbian.

The actress is outspoken about Breast Cancer. Nixon is this year’s ambassador for the Susan G. Komen For The Cure Foundation. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Nixon credits her survival of the disease to early detection and her doctor’s flexible schedule.

“I didn’t miss any performances, I had my surgery on a Sunday,” revealed Nixon, who starred on Broadway at the time. She completed her treatments during the show’s run.

If you ever receive the honor to work on set with Nixon, I’d recommend a great excuse before you try calling in sick.

THE WHITE TIE AFFAIR BREEDS HITS, JEALOUSLY

I found myself a bit jealous of Chris Wallace last week.

Wallace fronts The White Tie Affair – a band signed to Epic Records with a single called, “Candle (Sick and Tired).” It is a relatable, catchy track that gained notoriety when MTV’s The Hills featured it.

Enter my envy.

“I met Audrina, maybe a year ago – cause she works at Epic,” said Wallace – who went on to describe Patridge as “genuine.”

Obviously he was not referring to any of Audrina’s hills. Wallace seemed more intrigued with Lauren Conrad, but assured me that his band would not make any non-musical cameos on the show.

Listen to Ralphie Aversa weeknights from 7p-12a on 97 BHT.

Actress Cynthia Nixon – known as Miranda Hobbes from “Sex and the City” – talked about a slew of topics – an exclusive on The Ralphie Radio Show.

Part 1: Wyoming Valley Motors BMW Ultimate Drive – benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Nixon is the 2008 ambassador for the foundation and a breast cancer survivor. Hear her story…

Part 2: Reaction to Governor Palin’s comments on gay marriage, who she’s voting for, SATC movie rumors…

View pictures from the Wyoming Valley Motors BMW Ultimate Drive here.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Have you been checked?

Join Adam from Kidd Kraddick In The Morning, A.J. In The Afternoon, and Ralphie Aversa on Wednesday at Wyoming Valley Motors BMW in Kingston as they raise money for the “Susan G. Komen For The Cure Foundation” – which benefits breast cancer.

Then Cynthia Nixon, who plays “Miranda Hobbes” on “Sex and the City” calls The Ralphie Radio Show. Cynthia is a breast cancer survivor and this year’s ambassador for the Komen Foundation.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – have you been checked?

this reporter from the los angeles times documents his venture in to cougar land, where plenty thirty-somethings and their gay male bff’s divulged in a night of carrie bradshaw and martini-driven after parties.

his experience could change your views on attending a screening of sex and the city: the movie.
this reporter from the los angeles times documents his venture in to cougar land, where plenty thirty-somethings and their gay male bff’s divulged in a night of carrie bradshaw and martini-driven after parties.

his experience could change your views on attending a screening of sex and the city: the movie.
not that i’m promoting this, but it could make the movie a little more exciting, thanks for this mollygood.

One Drink
• The word “fabulous” is used.
• Samantha talks about how she used to sleep around.
• Miranda says “Brady.”
• Carrie smokes.
• Dramatic sigh.
• Any talk of private kindergarten.
Two Drinks
• Charlotte starts getting real overbearing about the wedding plans.
• Carrie remarks, “I love it!”
• Steve’s all dopey.
• Anyone makes a deal about Miranda living in Brooklyn.
• Tears of joy.
• Big calls Carrie “kiddo.”
Three Drinks
• Tears of sadness.
• Anyone refers to a gay man with a feminine term (girl, princess, etc)
• Every time a Latino person speaks without an accent.
• Celeb cameo! (Four if it’s Bloomberg.)
• Any mention of Aidan.
• One of “the ladies” says to Big, “You better not hurt my girl again.”
• Jennifer Hudson says something like, “The difference between white women and black women is …”
Four Drinks
• Big gets cold feet.
• There’s a black person speaking who is not Jennifer Hudson.
• Anyone besides Miranda actually goes into Brooklyn.
• Disparaging term for women is used.
• Buying things, sex, eating or drinking recommended as valid solutions to a real problem.
• Charlotte talks about how weird it is to be Jewish.
Finish Your Drink
• Muslim cameo!
• Anyone says, “Spending hundreds of dollars just to buy more shoes is f*cking stupid,” or, “I don’t need that.”
• Big takes the subway.
• Carrie’s editor tells her, “Y’know, this is kind of silly; I’m going to need you to rework it.”
• Tears of regret over a life lived shopping and talking about shopping.
• Petrovsky stumbles into a room, drunk on absinthe, and shoots Big in the chest.
not that i’m promoting this, but it could make the movie a little more exciting, thanks for this mollygood.

One Drink
• The word “fabulous” is used.
• Samantha talks about how she used to sleep around.
• Miranda says “Brady.”
• Carrie smokes.
• Dramatic sigh.
• Any talk of private kindergarten.
Two Drinks
• Charlotte starts getting real overbearing about the wedding plans.
• Carrie remarks, “I love it!”
• Steve’s all dopey.
• Anyone makes a deal about Miranda living in Brooklyn.
• Tears of joy.
• Big calls Carrie “kiddo.”
Three Drinks
• Tears of sadness.
• Anyone refers to a gay man with a feminine term (girl, princess, etc)
• Every time a Latino person speaks without an accent.
• Celeb cameo! (Four if it’s Bloomberg.)
• Any mention of Aidan.
• One of “the ladies” says to Big, “You better not hurt my girl again.”
• Jennifer Hudson says something like, “The difference between white women and black women is …”
Four Drinks
• Big gets cold feet.
• There’s a black person speaking who is not Jennifer Hudson.
• Anyone besides Miranda actually goes into Brooklyn.
• Disparaging term for women is used.
• Buying things, sex, eating or drinking recommended as valid solutions to a real problem.
• Charlotte talks about how weird it is to be Jewish.
Finish Your Drink
• Muslim cameo!
• Anyone says, “Spending hundreds of dollars just to buy more shoes is f*cking stupid,” or, “I don’t need that.”
• Big takes the subway.
• Carrie’s editor tells her, “Y’know, this is kind of silly; I’m going to need you to rework it.”
• Tears of regret over a life lived shopping and talking about shopping.
• Petrovsky stumbles into a room, drunk on absinthe, and shoots Big in the chest.


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