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It’s a Themeless Edition of ‘The Mix’

The Daily Mix marks its one-year anniversary this week.

And to celebrate, we’re bringing you a show that doesn’t even pretend to have any rhyme or reason.

Rather, we’ve tossed together the requisite sound bites so haphazardly that you’ll swear we were sauced out of our gourds while editing it.

Which isn’t to say this themeless show isn’t as entertaining as all get-out.

To the contrary, you’ll learn:

CAPTION: "In the past, I've had a guy go, 'Yea, you wanna have a threesome?'" Alisa (above) reveals to us of her own love life.

"I've had a guy go, 'Yea, you wanna have a threesome?'" Alisa (above) reveals of her own love life.

-What former Nickelodeon star – and current BTR host – Alisa Reyes advises the listener who writes, “Dear Alisa, my boyfriend started asking me about my friend’s sex life. What should I do?”

-When TMZ.com managing editor Harvey Levin says, “I’m not gonna get into it,” which celebrity’s wrath he’s declining to address.

-Which big-screen idol’s offspring tells us of the late icon, “He wasn’t a perfect guy but he did the right thing in the toughest moments.”

-Why former NFL star Warren Sapp tells funnylady Shondrella Avery, “Bam! You tall” – and why she tells him, “Bam! You big. Let’s do it, boo.”

-When Ohio Players drummer James “Diamond” Williams says, “You got young kids in this business talkin’ about ‘Let me lick you up and down,'” what business it is that he’s referring to.

-How One Tree Hill castmember Joe Manganiello dealt with a male stalker who “would call and leave these really weird poems on my phone.”

So don’t miss The 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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It’s a Devil-May-Care Edition of ‘The Mix’

In a Daily Mix first, we’re highlighting celebrities who throw caution to the wind in the interest of speaking up for what they believe in, be it social issues, artistic choices or just the plain old (if slightly cruel) need for attention.

Cases in point:

-Legendary fiddler Charles Daniels trashes a growing segment of our population. “There are people out there fathering one illegitimate child after the other,” says The Devil Went Down to Georgia singer. “Quit givin’ money to people that absolutely refuse to work.”

CAPTION: "Put that SOB to work. Make him support those children," Charlie (above) tells us of America's deadbeat dads.

"Put that SOB to work. Make him support those children," Charlie (above) tells us of America's deadbeat dads.

-Rather than having to “go a whole season with walking around with towels in front of me,” The Secret Life of the American Teenager star Molly Ringwald recounts how she worked with the show’s producers to weave her real-life pregnancy into the plotline.

-Jaleel White knocks his show-biz contemporaries for not supporting aging entertainers like the late Ed McMahon, telling us, “We have this new culture that says if you’re not the youngest, hottest, we don’t care about you.”

-Screen idol Bill Pullman explains why, regardless of its uncommercial nature, he has selected as his current acting project a revival of David Mamet‘s 1992 play, Oleanna.

-Purely in the interest of generating a great sound bite, comedian Dave Coulier punks one of his Full House stars live on the air.

-Despite having the golden opportunity of starring in the Twilight series, Michael Welch tells us he’d never want to be a vampire – because they are “miserable, miserable people.”

Plus, a special let-it-all-out farewell to the great Michael Jackson.

So don’t miss The 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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It’s a Good-‘n’-Evil Edition of ‘The Mix’

Whoever it was that said good and evil can’t share an apartment without driving each other craz… Oops!

That’s the voiceover to the opening of The Odd Couple – and it’s “two divorced men” the narrator’s talking about.

But you get the point: It’s quite possible for forces from both ends of the moral spectrum to co-exist on this week’s edition of the show that brings you the best moments from BlogTalkRadio’s unmatched mix of social-radio programming.

CAPTION: "I like to have people surround themselves with what I call 'the white light,'" John (above) tells us of surviving today's hard times.

"I like to have people surround themselves with what I call 'the white light,'" John (above) tells us of surviving today's hard times.

Cases in point:

-Peter “RoboCop” Weller reveals that his two inspirations for a certain big-screen role were the saintly Jacques Cousteau and bad-boy punk rocker Adam Ant.

-Vinnie Rock, frontman for the rap group Naughty By Nature, is anything but a bad boy when he offers such sound advice as “keep your keep a job” and “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.”

-Aussie hunk Ryan Kwanten, who plays the sex-crazed Jason Stackhouse on the hit HBO vampire series True Blood, tells of his real-life social life, “I don’t mind a good Scrabble game.”

-Angelic psychic John “Crossing Over” Edward says of the “bubble of protection” he recommends, “It’s almost like an energy condom. You can have the experience, but you’re not gonna pick up the bad stuff that you’re not gonna see.”

-Canine-breeding expert Michelle Chavez, host of Bully World Radio, informs us, “Do you know they have male dog condoms? And a female condom, too, for dogs!”

So don’t miss The 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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It’s A Delirious Edition of ‘The Mix’

Can’t cope with the mounting pressures of a flat-lined economy?

Worried that the new presidential administration will thrust our nation deeper into debt – which already totals in the trillions?

Suspicious that this “recovery” the co-called financial experts have been chattering about is a proverbial bill of goods?

CAPTION: "My career's been kind of backwards," George (above) tells us. "When I turn 65, I'll start workin'."

"My career has been kind of backwards," George (above) tells us. "When I turn 65, then I'll start workin'."

Anxious that foreign nations are getting closer to making Uncle Sam their indentured servant?

Well, we can’t help you with those concerns.

But we did manage to grab your attention.

So while we still have it, be sure to tune into this week’s delirious edition of The Daily Mix, which, among other things, answers such all-important questions as:

-Why comedian  George Wallace says, “I went into McDonald’s the other day, I ordered a hamburger. You know what the idiot says? He says, ‘You want cheese on that?'”

-When Berlin lead singer Terri Nunn says, “It kind of looked like AstroTurf, which TV star’s toupee she’s talking about.

-Why John DiCrosta, aka the voice of the Pillsbury Doughboy, says, “Imagine walking down Main Street USA and you see a guy with Mickey Mouse ears on and in handcuffs.”

-When 16-year-old True Jackson, VP star Ashley Argota is asked about her love life, why she replies, “I’m a workaholic and a freak. Ha-ha-ha-ha!”

So don’t miss The 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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It’s A Psychological Edition of ‘The Mix’

No, we’re not messing with your mind. This week’s edition of The Daily Mix does in fact explore the human psyche, answering, along the way, such important questions as:

—Why Tori Amos’ eight-year-old daughter Natashya tells the pop diva, “Mummy, I think I need to create an empire.”

CAPTION: “She’s become obsessed with Coco Chanel,” Tori (above with her daughter) tells us of Tash.

“She has become obsessed with Coco Chanel,” Tori (above with her daughter) tells us of Tash.

—Why funnyman Dane Cook says he had “What I learned later would be fear-of- abandonment issues.”

—Why Lou Diamond Phillips feels com- pelled to tell us, “I’m very different from John Wayne or Richard Burton or Yul Brenner.”

—Why The Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola says, “We are always prisoners of what our lives were like when we were kids.”

—Why the Style Network’s Yard Sale Diva Trish Suhr confesses, “My moma doesn’t carry around nothing’ of mine anymore.”

—When True Jackson, VP star Matt Shively says, “I am a medium- sized white kid with brown hair,” what that has to do with not dating his co- star Keke Palmer.

So don’t miss The 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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It’s A Rich Edition of ‘The Mix’

As the adage goes, you can never be too rich or too thin.

And while we can’t vouch for the weights of this week’s Daily Mix guests, we can tell you that they’ve been blessed with riches of one sort or another.

You’ll learn, for instance:

—Why Land of the Lost director Brad Silberling says of his $20 million-a-flick star, Will Farrell, “He has absolutely no self-confidence.”

CAPTION: “They need something they can relate to or dance to,” Evelyn (above) tells us of pleasing the public with her wealth of disco picks.

“They need something they can dance to,” Evelyn (above) tells us of pleasing the public with her wealth of disco picks.

—Why Evelyn Champagne King says she loves all her hit songs equally.

—Why Rich Girl co-writer John Oates needs to take a break from working with fellow multi-platinum-sell- ing pop icon Daryl Hall.

—Why Tori Spelling – whose late dad, Aaron Spelling, was worth an estimated $500 million – says her kids are papar- azzi hounds.

—Why New York Times No. 1 bestselling author Charlaine Harris tells us she didn’t want to use the term “pulsating rod” in her work.

—Why funny lady Samaria Graham says of her grandma, “I don’t know what size her chest was. Maybe a triple, quadruple Q.”

So don’t miss The 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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It’s A Highly Revealing Edition of ‘The Mix’

True to its task of bringing you the best moments from our unmatched mix of social-radio programming, The Daily Mix goes that extra mile this week.

How so? By revealing even more juicy details than usual. You’ll learn, for instance:

“We were just screwing around in college, trying to hook up and meet all these pretty girls,” Jeff (above) tells us of 98 Degrees’ early days.

“We were just screwing around in college, trying to hook up and meet all these pretty girls,” Jeff (above) tells us of 98 Degrees’ early days.

—What names 98 Degrees founder Jeff Timmons originally dreamed up for his multi-platinum-selling boy band.

—Why ’90s party boy Christopher “Kid” Reid says in the same breath, “There was champagne flyin’ everywhere” and “None of them ever bothered changing their clothes.”

—What The Twilight Saga: New Moon cast member Daniel Cudmore means when he says, “I might have a lot of Edward fans coming after me and trying to attack me.”

—Why Whose Line Is It Anyway? funnyman Brad Sherwood says of himself and his comedy partner, Colin Mocherie, “We’re seething serial killers.”

—When she says, “We were hit with all kinds of fines,” what anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan is referring to.

—What compels one of the hosts of The Worst Show on The Web to give guest The Ukulady “the finger.”

—Why Blaire “The Love Guru” Allison defends a lovelorn male caller by saying, “His ex didn’t really want to talk.”

So don’t miss The 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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It’s A Free ‘N’ Easy Edition of ‘The Mix’

With Memorial Day just around the corner, The Daily Mix is getting a jump on the laid-back vibe that invariably drifts in with the warm weather.

That means our celebrity guests are feeling freer and easier this week, in turn revealing fascinating snippets from their lives and careers.

You’ll learn, for instance:

“As entertaining as it was, I’m glad that it did serve some purpose for our community as well,” Jasmine (above) tells us of “A Different World.”

“As entertaining as it was, I’m glad that it served some purpose for our community as well,” Jasmine (above) tells us of “A Different World.”

—Why original GEICO cavemen John Lehr feels free enough to recount a true story that begins, “So I find myself out in L.A. in this moil’s office in his bathroom with my pants around my ankles.”

—Why Jasmine Guy is feeling freer and easier than ever about being typecast as Whitley Gilbert in A Different World.

—Why rock legend Rick Derringer takes a free ‘n’ easy approach to the lyrics to his signature song, Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo, and instead of signing the line “Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo,” sings “Read the Word and live by it too.”

—Why one BlogTalkRadio caller thinks VH1 funnyman Hal Sparks is so free and easy with his virtue that, vis-à-vis co-stars Wynona Judd and Tobey Maguire, she dares ask, “Did you hit that?”

—Why Ricki Lake believes the freer method of home childbirth is much easier on the mother in the long run.

—Why Miss America chief Sam Haskell tells us his pageant would take a far freer and easier approach to Carrie Prejean’s comments on gay nups than Donald Trump’s Miss USA pageant did.

So don’t miss The 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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