It’s an Epic Edition of ‘The Mix’

Whoever it was that said size doesn’t matter has yet to check out this week’s Daily Mix.

So until that time, we’ll continue to contend that bigger is better by far.

For on this epic edition of the show, which features more sound bites from our fabulous hosts than ever before, you will learn:

CAPTION: "There were rumors flying around with her and Ray-J and, you know, it is what it is," Cocktail (above) tells us of MTV star Tila Tequila.

"There were rumors flying around with her and Ray-J, but it is what it is," Cocktail (above) tells us of Tila Tequila.

—When Joanna “Cocktail” Hernandez is asked, “I’m hearing you got a beef with Tila Tequila. What’s the deal with that?” does the For the Love of Ray J star reply, “If she wants to speak crap about me on her website

or on radio interviews, that’s her cup of tea”—or are we just making that up?

—How come Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Jane Smiley advises aspiring writers to “Go ahead and eavesdrop and go ahead and gossip and go ahead and observe people with your binoculars.”

—After telling us, “I had friends in town last night and we went to The Mirage and they had this bread pudding made out of Krispy Kreme donuts,” does Dance Your Ass Off winner Ruben, who shimmied off with the $100,000 grand prize in the Oxygen Channel’s weight-loss reality series, go on to reveal that he wolfed down three servings—or are we making that up, too?

—When R&B star Musiq Soulchild says, “I guess you can call it polite pimpin’,” what he’s referring to—and is it legal?

—Why Nia Peeples, who starred in the ’80s TV series Fame, tells us, “The top shows are American Idol and Dancing with the Stars. What!? Dancing with the Stars! You kind of can’t get any more corny than ballroom dancing.”

—How The Young and the Restless star Tonya Lee Williams convinced the show’s producers not to cast her in a role that played into “every African American stereotype that was going on in the late ’80s.”

—In what context another Young and The Restless star, Thom Bierdz, asserts, “There are some people who may not want homosexuality in their trailer, if you will. But I have a feeling we are going to bring it into their trailer.”

So don’t miss The Mix, hosted by everyone’s favorite pod jockey, Shaun Daily, tonight—and every Monday—at 9 p.m. ET!

To tune in, click here.


One thought on “It’s an Epic Edition of ‘The Mix’

  1. Simon Applebaum

    Hi, Shaun! Still waiting to hear something from Tomorrow Will Be Televised on your Daily Mix program. We had some worthy highlights to use from our shows last week–the exclusive interview with Dancing With The Stars executive producer Conrad Green, and Ian Brennan, co-creator/executive producer of Fox’s new critically-acclaimed series Glee. If you didn’t check them out, try to do so this week on our home page…and we have Law & Order executive producer Rene Balcer coming up next Monday, in advance of the program’s 20th season premiere on NBC.

    Keep up the great work!

    Simon Applebaum
    Producer/Host, Tomorrow Will Be Televised


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