At 4 PM AACONS host Marie Stroughter sits down with Fred Thompson, the former Tennessee Senator, current nationally-syndicated radio host and perennial character actor who’s graced such flicks as Cape Fear. Fred will chat about his new book, Teaching the Pig to Dance.
At noon Host Robin Milling hangs with The Dry Land star Ryan O’Nan and director Ryan Piers Williams, who were affectionately dubbed R2 and R1 on set, to avoid confusion. The new flick, co-starrring America Ferrera, tells the story of an Iraqi War vet suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome.
At 5 PM Bish Talk Radio’s Bre Sylvia kicks it with Qwanell “Que” Mosley, who found fame upon being picked by Diddy in Making the Band 4, as a member of the R&B group Day 26. Que discuss will his recent Twitter proposal to squeeze Dawn Richard—and address rumors of an MTV reality show.
At 9 PM Go for It host Paul Gant goes one-on-one with Javis Dortch from Omarosa Stallworth’s new TV One reality series, Donald J. Trump Presents: The Ultimate Merger, which The Donald bills as “a mix between The Apprentice and The Bachelorette.”
At 8 PM The Final Word’s JayReelz and J.D. get busy with legendary NFL quarterback Earl Morrall, who—during his 21-season career—played for the 49ers, Steelers, Lions, Giants, Colts and Dolphins, while helping capture 3 Super Bowl rings.
At 8 PM Cynthia Loving—better known as R&B diva Lil’ Mo—drops in to discuss her collaborations with such A-listers as Missy Elliot, Ja Rule and Ol’Dirty Bastard. The Superwoman singer also explains why she’s so high on Beyoncé these days.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.