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Angelina Jolie, Olympic Hurdler David Oliver and Rapper Lin Que Today on BlogTalkRadio

angelina-jolie2Angelina Jolie: The Oscar winner dishes about her new flick, The Tourist—and about her equally talented and glamorous co-star, Johnny Depp. “Working with Johnny is no pressure. I work with Brad!” Angelina quips to Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon. “I had never met Johnny, but I liked his films and you can tell from watching his films that he’s a really good guy.”

david-oliver4David Oliver: The three-time U.S. hurdling champion, who snagged a bronze medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, stops by the Get Up Show to fill host Chris LaMonica in on how he’s prepping for the 2011 World Championships and the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

lin-queLin Que: The We Are the Girl Movement founder—whose 2009 single Suga-Coated featured fellow female MCs Mala Reignz, Knewdles and Bless Roxwell—stops by The African History Network Show to chat about her days as a member of hip-hop act X Clan, and about her latest CD, Planet of Dreams.

john-walmsley2Jon Walmsley: The British-born actor who played Jason on The Waltons—who has since become a world-class guitarist and vocalist, gigging with A-listers like Roger Daltry and Michael McDonald—drops in on PSI-FI Para-Radio’s Donna Stewart to chat about his band, The U.K. Beat.

blue-magicBlue Magic: The Philly-based R&B quintet—who charted during the ‘70s with hits like Sideshow, Three Ring Circus and Stop to Start—drop in on EnergyTwist to chat with hosts Energy and Sister Cee about their storied career and upcoming projects.

‘He’s Schtupping Everybody,’ George Clooney Says About His New Character!

With a face, body, career and bank account like George Clooney’s, it’s no wonder his latest alter ego is having the time of his life in the sack.

During a virtual press junket attended by BlogTalkRadio’s Shaun Daily, George chatted about Harry Pfarrer, the character he plays in the new Coen Brothers’ flick, Burn After Reading.

Burning up the boudior.

Clooney: Burning up the boudior.

“The thing that disturbed me most about this film is that… he’s schtupping everybody in the movie. And he’s sort of this sad, moronic character,” said George.

“[Directors Joel and Ethan Coen] called me up and told me they wrote the part for me – which worried me a lot.  But, I grew the beard and go to work.”

Opening tomorrow, Burn After Reading also stars Brad Pitt, Frances McDormand and John Malkovich.

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From The BlogTalkRadio Vault

You’ll see on the homepage today we’re featuring some of our content from the Best of Page.

Our hosts have reeled some great guests onto the network in the time we’ve provided this platform. Occasionally, we like to remind long time listeners and introduce the Best of Page to the new listeners.

Whether you come to BlogTalkRadio for one particular show or host, with over 82,000 shows in the longtail, BlogTalkRadio has lots of other outstanding exclusive content you should check out.

So, From the Vault this week:

Brad Pitt
The megastar spoke about his Make it Right project in New Orleans
Yoko Ono
Replay of the exclusive live interview with artist Yoko Ono about the Beatle years
John McCain
BlogTalkRadio’s exclusive interview with the Republican presidential nominee

Brad Pitt and Arianna Huffington: Make It Right

Brad Pitt, activist and actor, sat down with Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, for an exclusive interview today on BlogTalkRadio about his Make It Right Project.

Arianna and Brad discussed his current project Make It Right, providing green and affordable housing for displaced residents in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

The Mission of Make It Right is clear: It is to be a catalyst for redevelopment of the Lower 9th Ward, by building a neighborhood comprised of safe and healthy homes that are inspired by Cradle to Cradle thinking, with an emphasis on a high quality of design, while preserving the spirit of the community’s culture. The goal is to accomplish this quickly, so that the first residents can begin returning to their homes as soon as possible.

mir.jpgFull details can be found by visiting Make It Right, and by listening to the exclusive interview on the BlogTalkRadio.