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“Extra” New York City correspondent AJ Calloway stopped by “Ralphie Tonight” amidst a crazy day to talk about a number of headlines – including Charlie Sheen co-hosting the TV program, Taylor Kinney speaking with the reporter about his upcoming wedding to Lady Gaga and Ciara’s recent visit to the “Extra” studio at H&M Times Square.
Catch “Extra” weeknights at 7 pm on WNBC.

Calloway also chatted about a fundraiser and black tie gala his fraternity, Omega Psi Phi, is holding later this month in New Jersey. For more info on it, click here.


Life & Style Weekly reports in the magazine’s latest edition that Denise Richards allegedly turned down $100,000 to cameo on an episode of “Two and a Half Men.” Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe also mentioned on “The Ralphie Radio Show” that she recently caught up with Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott, who is planning her wedding to Nashville-based drummer Chris Tyrrell.


TMZ’s Gary Trock explained “The Ralphie Radio Show” why Charlie Sheen might be selling his huge Hollywood mansion for a cool $7.5 million.

Catch Gary on TMZ TV, local listings here.


Will Charlie Sheen be returning to “Two and a Half Men”? Which side is telling the truth? TMZ’s Nicki Fertile chatted about the recent back-and-forth between Warner Bros. and Sheen on “The Ralphie Radio Show.”

Catch Nicki on TMZ TV, local listings here.

On Wednesday evening I talked Jennifer Lopez, Kirstie Alley, Katie Couric, and Charlie Sheen with hosts Brooke Anderson and A.J. Hammer on CNN HLN’s “Showbiz Tonight.” It was my first appearance on “Showbiz” and a pleasure to join the program for a couple segments of the hour-long show.

Big thanks to HLN and Mark Goldman of Goldman & McCormick PR.


Radio talk show host and attorney Elizabeth Kelley attended last night’s Charlie Sheen show in Cleveland and like many others, gave Sheen a rave review on “The Ralphie Radio Show.”

Visit Kelley’s website.

Charlie Sheen has a YouTube channel (rest easy) and released an “unedited version” of his ABC “20/20” interview…

Going to the complete opposite end of the spectrum – three guys performing a medley of 90’s cartoon themes – truly winning.

Not heard on-air, watch the story of this NY woman who lives in a 90 sq ft. apartment.

And finally, President Barack Obama announces his re-election bid via YouTube.


Life & Style Weekly reports in the magazine’s latest edition that Charlie Sheen may be sending out a plea for help. “Scene Queen” Jordi Lippe dishes about that and a Brad and Angie spotting on “The Ralphie Radio Show.”

Can’t get enough of Charlie Sheen… winning, duh.

Perhaps this very popular GaGa cover of “Born This Way”…

…spawned this one?

Turns out for Joel and Benji Madden of Good Charlotte, “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” aren’t so bad after all.

“We don’t walk around all day and say, ‘We’re rich and famous!’ Joel clarified when the brothers sat down on “The Ralphie Radio Show.” “We’re happy with our lives, good or bad.”

Lately for the twin brothers, and the band, there’s been more of the former: Good Charlotte’s headlining tour is selling well across the country, Cardiology is in stores, and Joel even gets his fantasy football tips now from ESPN’s Senior Fantasy Analyst Matthew Berry.

But more important than all of that for the lead singer is the “balance” he has in his life, between both his rock star job and his family with wife Nicole Richie and children Harlow (3) and Sparrow (2).

“The kids come out here and there and that’s always different, like there are two different kinds of touring,” explained Joel. “There’s the touring without the family, which is kind of like a little Dad vacation. Then they come out for a week here or there and that’s like, full-time family, but it’s a nice mix.”

“Obviously, we’re not like we were when we were 20 years-old,” Benji continued. “Now we all lead grown-up lives and we still love being together and music is the best job you can have.”

Joel noted another perk of the gig: flexibility.


“There’s a lot of freedom in what we do, and we get to make our own rules,” he elaborated. “It’s interesting, because being in a band, a lot of the times the stories you read about people and things that people tear other people down for, we get away with a lot more of it because we’re in a rock band and we’ve been on the road for 12 years.”

The lead singer may have been alluding to the recent trials and tribulations of another famous father: Charlie Sheen. Thankfully for Joel and the band, there have been no public headlines that have interfered with their career.

“That was always the plan, to do this as long as we could,” Benji said of leading a grown-up life while still recording and touring, and not after the fact. “We love music, we love our band, and that’s why the people who love us, love us… it takes a certain type of person to make music.”

Benji’s comment elicited a reaction from his brother Joel.

“And it also takes a certain kind of a woman to be with a guy that’s always gone here and there, and traveling.”

Winning, duh.