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Programming Highlights; June 10, 2010

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Today’s Programming Highlights:

 

robyn-dehartAt 2 PM Grand Central Publishing welcomes Robyn DeHart, author of Desire Me, No. 2 in the Legend Hunters series. Publishers Weekly has called the scribe’s work “comical and sexy,” while the Chicago Tribune has lauded her as “wonderfully entertaining.”

 

basil-smikleAt 3 PM Harlem Talk Radio sits down with ace political strategist—and former senior adviser to Hillary Clinton—Basil Smikle. The lifelong Democrat will fill us in on his bid to unseat Bill Perkins in the N.Y. State Senate race. “I’m running as an insurgent,” he said while launching his campaign

 

kim-colesAt 4 PM BlogTalkRadio’s newest celebrity host, Kim Coles —who played Synclaire James-Jones opposite Queen Latifah on Living Single—grooves with Pilates guru Ana Caban, whose DVDs have raked in more than $25 million. Ana will chat about her Charity-Conscious Lifestyle Movement.

 

jamal-anderson At 8:30 PM Women on the Move’s Leslie Harris gets busy with former Atlanta Falcons running back Jamal Anderson, who went on to become an ESPN analyst and concert promoter, working with acts like Boyz II Men and Britney Spears. Jamal will chat about his TV projects in the works.

 

janel-parrishAt 9 PM Artists On Demand hangs with Janel Parrish, who made her name playing Jade in the hit 2007 flick Bratz: The Movie, and more recently landed on the new ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars in the role of Mona Vanderwall.

 

paula-begoun4At 9 PM Beauty guru Paula Begoun, author of Don’t Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me, discusses the causes of cellulite, the products that claim to make it disappear, and what you can really do about it. Call in during the show to receive free Paulas Choice products or one of her books.

 

gloria-hendryAt 10 PM Gloria Hendrey—who, long before Halle Berry mixed it up with Pierce Brosnan—made history as the first-ever African American female lead in a James Bond flick—drops in on Four Aces Network to look back at her big-screen career, which included a role in Black Caesar.

 

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Rocker Eddie Money Rats Out Daughter: ‘She Got a DUI – So She Can’t Drive for a Year!’

Eddie Money may have risen to rock-star status decades ago, but when it comes to his kids, he still sounds like a cop.”

So writes the New York Post‘s famed Page Six column today, about Somewhere in Vegas host Marq with a Q‘s recent interview with the former NYPD officer.

Baby, hold on – to your license! Eddie with Jesse last year.

Baby, hold on – to your license! Eddie with Jesse last year.

During the spirited discussion, Eddie squeals on his only daughter, aspiring pop tart Jesse Money, for a recent offense that had previously fallen under the radar.

After telling Marq that the 20- year-old is “probably gonna get a [record] deal in the next year,” he says:

“But the apple don’t fall far from the tree. She got a DUI on New Year’s Eve, so now she can’t drive for a year…Gotta live and learn, baby!”

Eddie’s domestic exposé doesn’t stop there, however.

Soon after insinuating that Jesse, who came in last on MTV’s Rock the Cradle – a 2008 reality series featuring the offspring of music legends like Olivia Newton-John and Kenny Loggins – is superior to established pop stars, Eddie tosses her under the bus.

“If you’re gonna play, you gotta pay,” Eddie says of Jesse (above).

“If you’re gonna play, you gotta pay,” dad Eddie says of Jesse (above).

“She’s got an old soul. I’m not knocking Britney Spears or Jessica Simpson, but my daughter is more of a torch singer from the 60s,” says the Two Tickets to Paradise singer.

Then he adds, “I don’t really know what Jessica’s gonna do. She’s out of her mind.

“She’s got a boy- friend, and the trouble’s starting. They both drink like fishes.”

To read the Page Six story, click here.

To hear more from Eddie, click here.