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Fonseca Show with Aaron Fonseca 04/05/24

Fonseca Best of Calls:


- Disney CEO Bob Iger says a Disney+ password sharing crackdown will go into effect in June. The new rules will prohibit Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ users from sharing subscriptions outside of their household. Accounts that do not comply may be terminated.

- Bloomberg says Apple is reportedly working on a mobile robot that can follow users around their home. Insiders claim the company believes personal robotics will be the "next big thing" in consumer technology. No word yet on when a prototype might become available.

- The NY Post says the Yankees had to change their game time with the Marlins from 2:05 p.m. to 6:05 p.m. due to Monday’s solar eclipse. The eclipse was set to begin minutes before the game’s original start time. The eclipse is expected to block out 90% of the sun in New York City.

- WKYC says Lakewood, Ohio chocolatier Sweet Designs is giving away a 20-pound chocolate moon, worth $500, to celebrate the solar eclipse on Monday. 

- Dexerto says Burger King is launching a new frozen cotton candy drink on April 11th. The drink is a blend of blue raspberry and cotton candy flavors with an option to add a cold foam cloud for extra sweetness. 

- Footwear News says Crocs is unveiling a new Froot Loops and Frosted Flakes clog on June 15th. The $70 shoes feature vibrant colors and character pins from the cereal brands. 

- TV Insider says a 'Legally Blonde' spinoff  series, featuring Reese Witherspoon's daughter, is in the works at Amazon. The series may explore Elle's daughter heading to law school  for a reunion with characters Chutney and Paulette

- Simplemost says University of Iowa dental student Brian Dang honored basketball star Caitlin Clark with a Rubik's Cube portrait. He used over 700 Rubik's Cubes to create Clark's likeness. Brian spent a week creating the unique artwork.

- Newsweek Magazine says Iowa's Caitlin Clark has caused Final Four ticket prices to soar.  The average price for a ticket to a women's Final Four game is now $726

- A new survey by One Poll reveals that 44% of cat owners find it easier to compromise with their feline than with other humans.


Backstreet Boys star AJ McLean tells Female First that he became "emotional" when he saw the results of his neck liposuction. "Genetically in my family, we all have extra skin on our necks, [and] for years, I was insecure. When I saw what I looked like with a jawline, I got emotional and I found an amazing doctor and I went and I had lipo and face tightening on that area." 

Taylor Swift tells Parade magazine that music has saved her life. “Everybody has that point in their life where you hit a crossroads and you've had a bunch of bad days and there's different ways you can deal with it and the way I dealt with it was I just turned completely to music. Music has saved my life in so many ways.”

Benson Boone tells Fault magazine that he's always loved the outdoors. "My friend and I loved to be out in nature. We’d just take some backpacks and go out for a week and just fish and cliff jump and be in the mountains, and that was how I grew up.”

Teddy Swims tells that everything in his life went wrong right before he hit it big. “The transmission went out on my ’98 Honda Accord. I had to walk two miles to find out the place I was waiting tables had shut down. My roommates moved out. The girl I was dating at the time had just dumped me. I had to move in with my dad and sleep on a mattress on the floor.It was a ‘when it rains it pours’ situation. Everything in my life, all in about two weeks, hit the fan and fell apart. I didn't give up though. I kept grinding and finally broke through.”

PEOPLE Magazine says Madonna's lawyers are seeking to dismiss a lawsuit over a delayed concert start time at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The fans claim the show started two hours late despite advertised times. Madonna's legal team argues that attendees should have known concerts start late

In Touch Weekly says Jennifer Lopez is horrified by the abuse accusations against her ex, Sean "Diddy" Combs. An insider says, “J. Lo is horrified by all of the accusations. She and Diddy had talked about marriage at one point, but she left him for a reason. Now people want to know why and what she saw. There were many wild moments with Diddy, and it gives J. Lo the creeps to think that she was with him for so long. She wasn’t happy in the relationship. Jen’s the first to admit she has made some very bad decisions. She looks at her life today, with Ben, and is super grateful.”

In Touch Weekly says Justin Timberlake fears backlash from Britney Spears’ fans on his upcoming U.S. tour. A source tells the magazine, "Justin’s already faced a big backlash on social media and a blow to the nice guy reputation he’s always tried to nurture. Now he’s going to put himself out there for public scrutiny, and he’s really worried this tour could turn into a disaster!  Britney’s revelations boxed Justin into a corner. He’s really afraid he’s going to be hounded by her fans on this tour.”

Inside Edition says Bonnie Tyler plans to perform her 1983 hit, "Total Eclipse of the Heart"',  during Monday's solar eclipse. During the last eclipse in 2017, sales of the song spiked by 500%. Bonnie says, “I never get bored singing it. I do it at all my shows." "Total Eclipse of the Heart" is in ninth place on Billboard Magazine’s Top 20 Karaoke Songs of All Time.

Total Pro Sports says Travis Kelce could be heading to reality TV with a Kardashian-style show. Producers are interested in making the Kelces a more relatable version of the Kardashians. A source says, “Producers are sniffing around the entire Kelce family, especially Jason and his wife, Kylie. he idea is to make them a more relatable version of the Kardashians. The level of interest in the Kelces since Travis started dating Taylor has not gone unnoticed in Hollywood, but it’s also very clear that they’re super thirsty for attention.”

Life And Style Weekly says Travis Kelce wants to spend the rest of his life with Taylor Swift. A source says,“Travis told Taylor he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her, and she told him she feels the same. It wasn’t an official proposal, but they’re committed to each other, and they spent the weekend celebrating in paradise.”

Kelly Clarkson says a fan once asked her for an autograph while she was on the toilet in a public restroom. Yahoo News quotes her as saying; “I’ve had someone literally come in while I am in the stall and just slide paper and pen under. I’m just going to be real: I wasn’t just peeing. I was like, ‘There’s a situation going down in here, I would actually back away, ma’am.' And you know what? I signed it. I did, and then I was like, ‘Have a nice day.'”

Life & Style Weekly says Kelly Clarkson's weight loss journey has allegedly led to some undesirable side effects, including bad breath. A source reveals,  “She’s not eating much, and working on an empty stomach has had some nasty side effects, particularly bad breath. Clearly, Kelly’s not doing enough for her oral hygiene to combat the effects of her diet. And the way she talks nonstop in people’s faces is enough to make them gag! Kelly looks great and has so much going for her, but this whole issue with her breath is holding her back when it comes to the dating scene. Someone close to her really needs to step in and give it to her straight.”

Radar Online says Bradley Cooper's mother may jeopardize his relationship with model Gigi Hadid. A source says, "Bradley's relationship with Gigi is facing an unforeseen hurdle with Gloria, who insists on being a constant presence during their romantic outings. While he's made it clear that his mother holds a special place in his life, her interference is causing tension in the romance."

The Daily Mail says Londoners were surprised to see Adam Sandler playing basketball in Clapham, England. Adam was playing a game of two-on-two in a park as fans drove by and honked. Some stopped to take pictures.

People magazine says Michael Jackson's elephant, Ali, recently underwent a tusk removal surgery at the Jacksonville, Florida zoo. The tusk was infected.  Thirty doctors and experts from around the world assisted in the surgery. Ali used to live at the Neverland Ranch

Romance Survey 

A new survey by AskMen reveals that 66% of people are not satisfied with their love life. Other findings:

- 20% of people make love once a year or less 

- 20% of people in long-term relationships have a major libido mismatch

10 Biggest Pet Peeves Of  2024... According to a new study by thortful

1. Owners not cleaning up after their dogs (61%)

2. People staring at screens during face-to-face conversations (37%)

3. Talking during movies (35%)

4. Loud train conversations (26%)

5. Pavement hoggers (33%)

6. Bags taking up seats on trains (33%)

7. E-scooters (22%)

8. Leaving breadcrumbs in butter (25%)

9. Bad at replying (18%)

10. 'Princess on Board' car stickers (18%)

ITEMS TAKING UP THE MOST SPACE IN “JUNK” AREAS … According to a new survey by The Container Store 

Home and holiday decor — 41%

Old documents — 34%

Clothes/shoes — 29%

Small tools (e.g., screwdriver, wrench, etc.) — 25%

Mementos/souvenirs — 25%

Books/manuals — 22%

Wires/cables — 21%

Trinkets — 20%

Cleaning supplies — 15%

Photos — 13%

10 Hot Items Thieves Are Looking To Steal From Your Car …. According to a new article by Saving Advice 

1. Fitness Trackers And Smart Watches

2. Sporting Equipment

3. High-End Clothing And Shoes

4. Car Seats And Baby Accessories

5. Cash

6. Car Parts And Accessories

7. Work Equipment And Uniforms

8. Personal Electronics (Tablets, Cameras)

9. Shopping Bags And Visible Items

10. Gym Bags

Odd Work Hours Could Harm Health

A new study published in the Plos One journal reveals that irregular work schedules can negatively impact health years down the line. The publication defines a "standard" work schedule as beginning around 6 a.m. and ending by 6 p.m.. It defines a "volatile" schedule as starting at 2 p.m. or later and working until midnight. Researchers studied 7,000 people over the course of 30 years before concluding that years of volatile schedules may seriously harm physical and mental health by age 50.

NYU professor and lead researcher Wen-Jui Han says, "This has repercussions. People with work patterns involving any degree of volatility and variability were more likely to have fewer hours of sleep per day, lower sleep quality, lower physical and mental functions, and a higher likelihood of reporting poor health and depressive symptoms at age 50 than those with stable work schedules. Volatile work patterns might be a chronic stressor in our life."

Dear Fonseca,

My ex-husband recently got remarried. His new wife and I got into a huge fight the other night about parenting. My 16 year old teen daughter got in trouble for something. Had my ex-husband's new wife been a ‘parent’ instead of a ‘friend’ this would have never happened. Now, we have to hire a lawyer to get my daughter out of trouble. My ex-husband's new wife and I argued about whether or not you should be a friend to your child or a parent to them. She says it's better to be a friend because you can get them to do what you want as opposed to a parent who will always get defied. I disagree. Being a friend to my teenager is what led us to this point. What do you think? Should you be a parent or a friend to your teenager? Is my ex-husband's new wife making any sense with her new age philosophy?

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