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Wendy Williams shopping podcast, seeking 'Joe Rogan' money

The Sun, the former talk show host has been shopping a podcast in hopes of inking a nine-figure deal. "She sees Joe Rogan has a $100million podcast deal, and now she wants that kind of money," a source said.Wendy has podcast offers on the table, the source said, but she's really positioning herself for a deal with iHeartRadio or Spotify, which is home to Joe's popular podcast. The problem is that Wendy is a hard sell, particularly given the lengthy hiatus from her former namesake show and reported mental health struggles, which she's denied. "The people at iHeart don't like controversy, so the best place for her is Spotify.

They like the wild cards, but even at Spotify they don't give you the money unless you prove yourself first, and Wendy wants money upfront," the source said.There's also a question as whether Wendy can be trusted to consistently deliver a show.The Sun's report comes following Wendy's Instagram interview with Fat Joe, in which she appeared somewhat erratic. In that chat, she said she wouldn't watch Sherri Shepherd, who replaced Wendy as host of her now-former talk show."I won't be watching her because I know what she's going to be doing and that's really not my thing," Wendy said.

"You know what I'm saying, anyway, but I love being on my own show and I love that people love to watch it. You know, all the time." Hannah Gosselin is all grown up. On Tuesday, May 10, the "Jon & Kate Plus 8" alum headed to Miami to celebrate her 18th birthday and launch a beauty line, which is appropriately called Gosselin Girl Beauty.A post shared by Hannah Gosselin (@hannahjgosselin)As part of the birthday shenanigans, Hannah rode around South Beach in a $400,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan."How often do you get to travel with

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The Sun, the former talk show host has been shopping a podcast in hopes of inking a nine-figure deal. "She sees Joe Rogan has a $100million podcast deal, and now she wants that kind of money," a source said.Wendy has podcast offers on the table, the source said, but she's really positioning herself for a deal with iHeartRadio or Spotify, which is home to Joe's popular podcast. The problem is that Wendy is a hard sell, particularly given the lengthy hiatus from her former namesake show and reported mental health struggles, which she's denied. "The people at iHeart don't like controversy, so the best place for her is Spotify.
Newsweek reported.In the episode, Rogan and guest Tony Hinchcliffe were discussing how genius and madness can seem intertwined in Tinseltown.“To be one of those people, whether it’s Mel Gibson or any of these actor types, to be insanely good in a movie, you’ve got to be a little crazy,” posited Rogan. He was referencing how the controversial Australian superstar is perhaps equally famous for alleged anti-semitic slurs and angry telephone messages as he is for his Oscar-winning films.Hinchcliffe, 37, then cited the infamous Oscars slap as evidence of how Will Smith’s “King Richard” role impacted his psychology, prompting the UFC commentator to respond: “He’s an amazing actor right? He shows emotion in his film, it’s so real.”“The guy’s probably always on the verge of crying, it’s probably a mess,” added Rogan, who also blamed Smith’s mental state on his fraught relationship with wife Jada Pinkett Smith.“I mean, the way his wife smiled after Chris Rock got slapped,” exclaimed the comedian, referencing the notorious “Best Smacktor” incident, in which the Oscar winner slapped Rock over a bald crack about Jada, who has alopecia.“The whole thing was just, oh my god.

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