It’s an Ambitious Edition of ‘The Mix’

If last week’s cantankerous edition of The Daily Mix did indeed send you scurrying for the Alka-Seltzer, you’ll be happy to know that this week’s show is downright inspirational.

Because all 13 of our special guests have the highest of hopes for themselves, their country and/or Planet Earth.

Cases in point:

CAPTION: “My mission is to do what I can to keep our troops and their families strong,” Gary (above) tells us.

“My mission is to do what I can to keep our troops and their families strong,” Gary (above) tells us.

Gary Sinise hopes that the new documentary he executive pro- duced, Brothers at War, will open more Americans’ eyes to the plight our brave men and women fight- ing in Iraq.

—In hopes of not stressing-out her kids, Olympic gold medalist Mary Lou Retton limits their extracurricular act- ivities to one per semester.

—Despite the fact that The Cheetah Girls recent wrapped their farewell tour, Adrienne Bailon hopes to carry her band’s torch in order to con- tinue empowering young women.

Spike Lee hopes Americans continue doing the right thing on the racial front, despite the fact that we now have an African American in the oval office.

Keshia Knight Pulliam hopes to portray a wildly popular, still-living diva on the silver screen.

—Despite being 83 years old (and happily married!), Tony Curtis hopes to meet one of our hosts for a dinner date “at the train station.”

So don’t miss The Daily Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight – and every Monday – at 9 p.m. ET!

To tune in, click here.

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2 thoughts on “It’s an Ambitious Edition of ‘The Mix’

  1. fgdesign

    “Spike Lee hopes Americans continue doing the right thing on the racial front, despite the fact that we now have an African American in the oval office.”

    AWESOME sentence!! Perhaps:

    “Spike Lee warns that racism still exists, despite the fact that we now have an African American in the oval office”

    This leaves out the head-scratching implication that Obama’s presidency could be seen as hurting racial harmony.

    Reply

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