At 9 AM Robin Milling flashes back to 1992, when she got busy with with David Bowie, who was about to tie the knot with Iman. “I’m very pro on the idea,” the flamboyant glam rocker said of marriage. “I don’t think there are any disadvantages whatsoever. I think it is a glorious union.”
At 11 AM AACONS host Marie Stroughter sits down with attorney Liz Cheney, who held key positions in the U.S. State Department under George W. Bush. The Mideast affairs specialist with discuss teaming up with her dad—former Vice President Dick Cheney —on his memoirs.
On Demand: Stuntwoman Bridgett Riley—who has doubled for such stars as Scarlett Johansson and Sienna Miller—dishes about working with Angelina Jolie on Salt: “I normally don’t get star-struck,” she tells host Marq with a Q, “but I’m a huge fan so it was like, Wow, I can’t believe I’m training her!”
At 6 PM Wanda After Dark host Wanda Noel cozies up to Kevon Edmonds, younger brother of singer-songwriter Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds—and an R&B force in his own right, havng broken onto the scene in 1988 as a member of After 7, whose self-titled debut album went platinum.
At 6 PM Candice Sabatini, skin-care writer for iVillage.com, drops in on Paula Begoun and the Cosmetics Cop Team to share her secrets for picking the perfect scent, while reviewing trends for the upcoming season. Call with questions to receive free Paula’s Choice products.
On Demand: Breakfree to Success’s Doug Foresta gets down to business with singer-songwriter Cam Hodges from Season 5 of America’s Got Talent, who (in a good way) has got a John Mayer thing going on. The budding Vienna, Austria-born pop star will sample 2 new tracks.
On Demand: Work It Girl’s Janet Powers and Lisa Mandell chat with Lynae Remondino, who lost 118 lbs. via Weight Watchers—but is now at odds with the diet giant for not hiring her as a national trainer. Plus: Lisa’s fellow AOL Jobs editor Barbara Safani, author of Happy About My Resume.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.