Britney Spears, Brooke Shields And The ‘Criminal’ Interviews They Won’t Allow Us To Forget

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Britney Spears, Brooke Shields And The ‘Criminal’ Interviews They Won’t Allow Us To Forget

On the show today…

Kim Kardashian and her eldest daughter North West created a joint TikTok in order to share dances and funny clips, but we’re thinking Kim is regretting that decision right about now because North went rogue and did a live tour of their house without permission.

And this week Ben Affleck appeared on The Howard Stern Show and gave an in-depth explanation about the breakdown of his marriage to Jennifer Garner, where he basically said he’d still be heavily drinking if they had remained married. Of course, this story is dominating headlines today, but is Ben just trying to distract us from another scandal he has brewing?

Plus, this week Britney Spears and Brooke Shields have both publicly called out famous female journalists for the “criminal” interviews they conducted with them in the past, but there’s much more at play here than just two women who asked inappropriate questions.


Britney Spears Primetime Interview With Diane Sawyer 2003


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Producers: Laura Brodnik & Madeline Joannou

Audio Producer: Leah Porges


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