Sofia Vergara hates working out. She’s a natural beauty and has never had to in the past, but now she’s finding herself having to work out often. She says she’s in a bad mood before she exercises, while she exercises, and after she’s in a bad mood thinking about the next workout.
The Columbian actress in her trademark accent joked about wishing she had silicone implants now that her real body is falling victim to the aging cycle. But Stern could not stop complimenting her on her natural endowment, a look he characterized as a tall yet petite frame and voluptuous on top.
Howard Stern talked to Kathy Griffin about one of her craziest antics. She posted a photo of Donald Trump on Twitter that was graphic. It showed her holding a gruesome representation of the new president's head. People freaked.
It was just a joke, but Hollywood turned its back on Griffin. She lost the New Year’s Eve gig with Anderson Cooper. She went on the no-fly list. It was a bad year. A few friends stayed loyal, like Jim Carrey, Bette Midler, and Jamie Foxx.
Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr. spoke endearingly of one of the last times he was with Marvel creator Stan Lee. He said they were shooting “Civil War” and Lee had a cameo as a UPS driver. His line was, “I have a package for Tony Stank.” It was a funny misread.
But earlier when Lee was delivering the line, he accidentally started to say RDJ’s real name. RDJ said, “It’s wild. Even the guy who created the character thinks of me in a moment where he’s talking about the character.”
Howard Stern grilled Arnold Schwarzenegger about his high-profile divorce. He’s got a way of stroking the guest’s ego right after pointing out a huge mistake or failure. With Schwarzenegger, Stern went on about what a major catastrophe “The Terminator” dealt his family, but then cooed about how the actor had a perfect record his entire career, saying the former California Governor is probably used to so much success.
His divorce from Maria Shriver was one of the worst Hollywood scandals ever. And Stern got the actor to get into the dirty details. He talked about seeing a therapist and said it was a nightmare experience. Schwarzenegger, clearly angry at the shrink, called the clinician, “Full of BS.”
When Amy Schumer was a young comedian, she shared with Howard and Robin where she got her start in stand-up comedy. It was in grade school. She said flat out she was “a problem child.” Her most common recognition in school was the title for “teacher’s worst nightmare” and “class clown.” She admitted to talking back to authority and said she said she had Saturday detention every single week.
She would blurt out the funniest thing she could think of and heckle her teachers. She disrespected them on purpose, but only the bad ones.