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Fonseca Show with Aaron Fonseca 04/24/24

Fonseca Show Best of Calls:


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- Deadline Hollywood says Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias has signed on for two more Netflix stand-up comedy specials. The first new special will be taped at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida. 



- Trend Hunter says Dunkin' Donuts recently teamed up with Milk Bone to create a limited-edition vanilla glaze-flavored biscuit for dogs.

 

- Delicious magazine says Oreo has introduced a new Double Stuffed New York Cheesecake flavor. The cookies feature blonde vanilla biscuits with a zesty cheesecake-inspired cream filling. 


- Top Class Actions says a class action lawsuit against Panera Bread claims their Sprouted Grain Bagels have more regular grains than sprouted ones. The lawsuit alleges that sprouted grains offer higher nutritional value compared to processed ones. Starbucks is facing a similar lawsuit regarding its sprouted grain bagels.


- Food & Wine Magazine says Shake Shack is hiring Avocado Sommeliers. They will help customers pick the right toppings for their sandwiches. 


- House Beautiful says SpongeBob SquarePants Rice Krispies Treats are now available in stores. The bars are bright yellow and match SpongeBob himself. 


- CBS says the proposed Wilmington, North Carolina  museum dedicated to Michael Jordan has been put on hold. Jordan's memorabilia is going to continue to be displayed at the Cape Fear Museum 


- Entertainment Tonight says Lionel Richie wants Kelly Clarkson to replace Katy Perry as a judge on American Idol. “Kelly, if you don't have anything else to do, I'd like to drop that out there. Big fan!"

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The Daily Mail says Taylor Swift’s fans can now marry at the Castle Gwynn in Arrington, Tennessee. Swift filmed her 'Love Story' music video at the castle.It has soaring spires and stained glass windows.


Page Six says Kim Kardashian wants Taylor Swift to "move on" from their feud. A source tells the outlet, “Kardashian doesn’t get why Swift keeps harping on it. It’s been literally years.”


Entertainment Tonight says Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt bonded over Taylor Swift's breakup song "All Too Well" while filming their new movie "The Fall Guy."Gosling was caught crying in his car while singing along to the song


Entertainment Tonight says Lionel Richie wants Kelly Clarkson to replace Katy Perry as a judge on American Idol. “Kelly, if you don't have anything else to do, I'd like to drop that out there. Big fan!"



Variety magazine says Post Malone has partnered with action movie director Michael Bay on a new graphic novel and feature film universe. Malone's original story combines elements of "Mad Max: Fury Road" and "Evil Dead"  and is set in medieval Europe


Beyonce tells Hello magazine that she used to listen in on her mother's conversations when she was styling her friend's hair. "I used to eavesdrop and listen in on their conversations intently. It was a sacred space for these women. They would talk about anything and everything. It was freeing for me to hear them vent without the fear of being judged."



Heat magazine says Taylor Swift is determined to improve Travis Kelce's health and image.  A source says, "She’s all about clean eating and wants him to follow suit. She can’t bear the idea of him becoming a slob. She’s made him agree to ditch sugar and processed carbs, and he’s really cutting back on his alcohol intake, too. She does not want him boozing during the week. She wants him watching everything he eats, and is having loads of healthy food delivered, so he won’t go off this diet. He’s used to eating and drinking whatever he wants in the off-season, but that’s just not going to fly any more.”


Radar Online says Heather Locklear allegedly begged her former Melrose Place co-stars to join a reboot to revive her career. A source says, “Heather turned what was once a stellar career into a soap opera sideshow. She jumped at this opportunity and put pressure on the rest of the cast to join her to ensure the show would be brought back. Heather recognizes she gave people a startle a couple of months back, but she wants everyone to know she's doing well. This Melrose reboot may be Heather’s last chance — and her friends know it. It’s been a long time since she’s had a steady gig, and she’s hoping this show will repair her rep in Hollywood.”



The Daily Mail says acclaimed actor John Cleese is shelling out  $20,000 a year on stem cell therapy to combat the effects of aging. The 84-year-old says the investment is worthwhile for a few extra years.  He also says his fourth wife, Jennifer Wade, who is 30 years younger, helps keep him young.


Sylvester Stallone tells Men's Journal that he is driven by the fear of failure. "I wake up every day believing today is another chance to smash it out of the ballpark. I approach each project with passion, commitment, and drive because I'm always afraid of loafing and being lazy."


Jerry Seinfeld tells GQ magazine that he is "a little bit" bothered by the 'Seinfeld' finale, but does not regret it. “I don’t believe in regret. I think it’s arrogant to think you could have done something different. You couldn’t. That’s why you did what you did. We were affected by some things that people had said, that they were selfish or whatever… [but] that’s an essential element of comedy, since Shakespeare and forever. You can’t do comedy without selfish people. That’s what people relate to.’’ Jerry believes "Mad Men" had the greatest series finale he's ever seen.



Ace Showbiz says Brad Pitt's messy divorce with Angelina Jolie is allegedly complicating his relationship with Ines de Ramon. A source says, "Brad really wants this to be finalized more than anything. If it were up to him entirely, this would have been wrapped up a long time ago. Brad wants to move forward with Ines, and he can't when he is technically still married to the mother of his children."


Brobible says Patrick Mahomes declined the opportunity to host 'Saturday Night Live' due to a fear of reading off a teleprompter. He says,  ‘I have a little bit of a fear with the teleprompter. And the SNL monologue especially involves reading a script, though the show uses cue cards rather than electronics.”


Top 10 Celebrities People Would Love To See As President … According to a new survey by Study Finds

Denzel Washington (15%)

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (13%)

Tom Hanks (12%)

Clint Eastwood (10%)

George Clooney (10%)

Oprah Winfrey (9%)

Matthew McConaughey (8%)

Bill Gates (7%)

Elon Musk (7%)

Mark Cuban (7%)



NJ.com says Tom Brady fans were recently left furious after he showed poor effort at a $3,600 event. Tom allegedly rushed through the meet-and-greet, which led to "subpar" scribbled autographs on many items. He also changed his mind after agreeing to sign over 100 items without any restrictions. Tom reportedly would only sign photos and copies of his book, despite the hefty cost of the event.


Attendee Brad Jarrett says, "Tom, [your] words were motivational, until we saw the lack of effort that you put in on the signatures we paid a lot of money for. $3,600 isn't cheap, and to hear you preach one thing and then act completely opposite really loses a lot of credibility with your fans and the people that spent their hard earned money for this experience. Reflecting on the words of Tom and focusing on what I can control, I'm grateful that I wasn't one of the people that received a worse quality signature than what I got. I'm grateful I'm one of the people that actually got my item signed. But Tom, you owe better effort to those that paid you their hard earned money expecting better from you."

Collectors have referred to Tom's rushed and scribbled signatures as "Tornado Tom."



Top 10 Lies Women Tell Men... According to a new article by Self magazine

1. "I’ve slept with [X] guys."

2. "That was great."

3. "I will never cheat on you."

4. "I weigh [X]."

5. "Sure, you can always call me."

6. "I’ll be ready in a minute."

7. "I don’t know."

8. "That was delicious!"

9. "I’m fine."

10. "It was on sale."


Tipping Survey

A new survey by Talker Research reveals that Americans spend an average of $453.60 a year on guilt-induced tips. Other findings:

- 26% of people feel pressured to tip more than they would like

- 56% of people note pressure to tip more is a regular occurrence

- Gen Z and Millennials are almost twice as likely to 'always' feel pressure to tip compared to older generations



Top 4 Healthy Office Snacks To Boost Productivity... According to a new article by News18

1. Nuts and seeds

2. Roasted chickpeas

3. Cottage cheese and fruit

4. Apples/Bananas and Peanut Butter


Workspace Survey

A new survey by Mind Reader reveals that 86% of workers believe their workspace impacts their happiness. Other findings:

- 80% of people take pride in their workspace setup

- 84% of people feel more productive in an organized workspace

- Workers believe they could increase productivity by 38% if their workspace was more organized.



Dear Fonseca,

I am an administrative professional and should be happy because today is Administrative Professionals Day. I'm not happy at all. I work for a very well-known family company in the area. The husband and wife run the corporation. She came to me the other day and asked if I would spy on her husband. He is the president of the company while she is the vice president. She says money is missing and she thinks he may be using it on a mistress or for gambling purposes. I have to give her my answer by Friday. My father says I shouldn't get involved. My mother says I should because if I don't I will get fired. She says that the wife is really the boss, not the husband. Is this true? What would you do if you were me? Spy or not? I could lose my job either way so I'm not sure what to do? Is the wife really wearing the pants in the family? Is my mom right? Is she really the boss?



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