Aaron Johnson, who plays young John Lennon in Nowhere Boy, chats about the Beatle’s widow’s reaction to the new biopic. “Yoko gave her blessing and basically stayed out of the way while we were making the film,” he tells host Robin Milling. “And she cried when she saw the movie.”
Mutha Knows host Mutha kicks it with hip-hop diva Rah Digga, formerly of Busta Rhymes’ Flipmode Squad, who last month released his first album in 10 years, Classic, featuring the tracks Who Gonna Check Me Boo, Solidified and Viral.
The VRO’s Amy McCracken and her coven of co-hosts sit down with Stephen Martines, who plays super-bad vamp Frederick on CW’s Vampire Diaries. The former General Hospital star will speak out against bullying—at home, at school and online.
The S Word’s Shannon Baether hangs with Monique Dupree—aka The Black Scream Queen—who’s headlined in such horror flicks as Bikini Bloodbath Christmas and Satan Hates You, while also appearing in hits like The Replacements and American Gangster.
Best Ever You hosts Elizabeth Hamilton and Katie Eastman sound the trumpets for Shannon Devine, who was recently crowned Mrs. International 2010. The North Carolina mom of 2 discusses her work as an advocate for the National Council for Adoption.
Conversations with Linda’s Linda Lawson gives it up for soul singer Bettye LaVette who—after 43 years of making records—finally got her props in 2005 with the release of I’ve Got My Own Hell to Raise. The diva will chat about her new album, Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook.