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Fonseca Show with Aaron Fonseca 05/23/24

Fonseca Show Best of Calls:


- Perez Hilton says Jennifer Lopez recently addressed her divorce rumors at a press conference for her movie ‘’Atlas’’. She was answering questions about the movie when one reporter asked about her marriage problems. She said, “You know better than that." 

- WSB says Amazon is considering charging a monthly subscription fee for Alexa. Amazon plans to introduce a more conversational version of the assistant to compete with AI-powered systems from Google and OpenAI. 

- A new poll by Newsweek reveals that 6% of all U.S. adults have tried  weight-loss drugs like Ozempic. Three percent specifically use the diabetes drug for weight loss. Women (7%) use the injectables more than men (5%)

The Indy Star says Indianapolis 500 drivers are no longer allowed to drink Buttermilk after winning the race. This is no longer an option due to changes in dairy production methods. Drivers must now choose between whole, 2%, or skim milk for their post-race celebration. The tradition of milk-drinking dates back to Louis Meyer's 1936 win

- ABC says a Babe Ruth No. 3 jersey, worn during the legendary "called shot" in the 1932 World Series, is set to fetch over $30 million. The jersey has been authenticated and is expected to break sports memorabilia auction records. 


Jessica Biel tells PEOPLE magazine that she and Justin Timberlake moved away from Los Angeles because the paparazzi doesn’t respect their privacy.  “I don't really think they necessarily respect that, you know, if we're out and about with our kids. It can be somewhat country dependent, where if we're in this country, in the States, it's kind of like state by state, you know. You get hammered on the East Coast, you kind of get hammered on the West Coast. That's why we don't really live there anymore. It's just trying to create some normalcy for these kids, and we want to share our family with our loved ones and friends."

Sabrina Carpenter tells Cosmopolitan magazine that she's single. “Contrary to popular opinion, I don’t think I have a type. I want to be with someone who’s going to be one of my best friends. So a lot of it is energy and humor and being genuine. I will say I’ve always connected more with people who are really in touch with their emotions.’’

Meghan Trainor tells People magazine that she wants to have a large family. "I want a lot of kids. I’m shooting for four children. I've got to tell my husband that we need to get to work!" .

Dua Lipa tells Time magazine that she wants to show her fans every side of her.“I’ve been planting seeds for my other endeavors my whole life. It's a way for me to be able to show everyone other sides to who I am. I love my music career and the fact that it gives me so much opportunity for expression. But it's not the only thing I am.”

Olivia Rodrigo tells Rolling Stone magazine that she's not a big fan of birds.“Birds are so foreign to us — there’s not one body part that looks like ours. Everyone’s all afraid about aliens and [stuff] like that. They’re like, ‘What are the aliens going to look like?’ I’m like, ‘We have birds on our planet, and we’re not scared of them. We’re fine!’”

Beyonce tells Vogue magazine that she once used the wrong type of bleach on her hair. “One of my hair nightmares was at the 2001 Grammys. It was the year Destiny’s Child won our first Grammy. I took bleach that was made for bleaching eyebrows and put it in the front of my hair because I was too impatient to wait on the color. It looked so, so bad. I know my mom was looking at my hari in horror.”

BuzzFeed News says Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck continue to live separately because of heightened tension in their relationship. A source says, “Ben feels like Jen has a hard time feeling satisfied, and that’s one of the issues they’re facing. Ben is one of the only people who feels comfortable enough to be honest and real with Jen. It’s part of why Jen loves him, but also why she’s upset with him. She tries to play it off like she doesn’t care what the public thinks about her, but she loves her fans so much, so their feedback does impact her.”

Life & Style Weekly says Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift are allegedly house hunting in Lake Como, Italy after their romantic getaway there. A source says, “Travis fell in love with the beauty and atmosphere. They also took a bit of time to look into real estate, as many celebrities own houses and properties there. They like to do simple things, to relax, to spend days being by themselves and chill at home, so that location would be a perfect nest for them if one of them decides to buy a property there.”

In Touch Weekly says Tom Cruise has allegedly spent a fortune to maintain his youthful appearance. A source says, “He does work out like a madman and eats ultra clean and embraces all the skincare and beauty treatments he can get his hands on, including ice baths, massages and fancy facials. He spends a fortune on keeping his whole body in youthful shape. But he’s only human, which is why he’s needed a lot of restorative work, including lipo and Botox. Sometimes it doesn’t look great right after a procedure when he appears chipmunked, but he’s pleased with the results. Once it settles down, Tom has just the right amount of crow’s feet to make it look deceptively natural. The last thing he wants is being stuck with man boobs and love handles. He had them sucked away time after time. He’s clearly cheated his way to a fit body, but as long as there are excellent box office receipts, studio execs won’t mind.”

The Daily Mail says fitness guru Richard Simmons is planning an interactive Broadway show about his life. He tells Page Six, "I am so excited about the prospect of my own Broadway show. I have so many ideas and I'm writing them all down. Broadway is in my blood! The seats on the ground floor will be removed so people can work out to some of the musical numbers in the show. What do you think?"

Us Weekly says Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom are keeping quiet about their upcoming wedding. A source says, “They’re hoping to make things official by the end of the year. They prefer the wedding take place when the time is right for both of them. It will likely happen when it’s least expected.”

Kelly Osbourne says a TV executive once told her she was "too fat for TV" and needed to lose weight to succeed. OK! magazine quotes her as saying, "When I was a kid, I got pulled into the head of the agency's office, and he was putting golf balls into a cup and gave me a whole speech about how I was too fat for TV and I needed to lose weight, and that if I lost weight, I would look better"

The Daily Mail says Gordon Ramsay is beefing up security at his $8 million mansion because squatters targeted his London pub. The squatters were recently evicted after taking over Gordon's pub in London. The celeb chef has hired guards and dogs to patrol his property. A source says keeping his family safe is Gordon's top priority.

Geo TV says Brad Pitt's relationship with Ines de Ramon is allegedly strained due to his ongoing divorce drama with Angelina Jolie. A source tells the network, "The drama with Angie is hanging over them like a dark cloud. Ines is stressed out by the whole situation, and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight. This isn’t a fight she wants to get involved in, but she is  especially now that she and Brad live together. The whole drama stresses her out.”

The Hollywood Gossip says "Tiger King” star Joe Exotic is seeking Kim Kardashian's help to get out of jail. Joe reached out to Kim through Kendall Jenner's Instagram and asked her to review videos that allegedly prove his innocence. Despite his repeated pleas, Kim has not responded to his calls for assistance. A source says, "Kim has been too busy with her businesses and family life to address Joe Exotic's requests for help."

Car Survey

ABC says a new study by S&P Global Mobility reveals that the average American now keeps their car, truck, or SUV for 12.6 years. Many people are keeping their vehicles longer due to the high cost of new ones. The average new vehicle selling price is just over $45,000

Car Compatibility Study 

A new study by Mazda reveals that 25% of people are “car-incompatible” with their partners. Other findings:

- 10% of men consider car incompatibility a deal breaker in a relationship

- 45% of couples admit to disagreeing over a shared vehicle

- 28% of couples have argued over car settings 

- The average couple shares a vehicle eight times per month

Tanning Survey 

A new survey by the Melanoma Fund reveals that 24% of people limit their time in the sun. Other findings:

- 78% of people are more conscious of sun exposure now compared to when they were younger

- 44% of people protect themselves from sun exposure

Moving Survey

A new survey by College HUNKS Hauling Junk & Moving reveals that people say moving is more stressful than many other major life events. Other findings:

- 53% of people get anxiety during the moving process

- 36% of belongings are typically discarded during a move

- 37% of people recommend asking for help from friends and family during a move.

Dear Fonseca,

My fiance and I are in the final stages of our marital counseling. On Monday night, we hit a snag with our counselor. We were talking about compromise when my fiance said we will make all of our decisions together because the relationship should be 50/50. I disagreed. He was stunned when I did. I told our counselor that I believe the breadwinner in a relationship should have the final say in all important decisions. In our case, I'm the breadwinner and believe I should have the final say on all important decisions. My fiance does not agree with that. He says great relationships work because they are 50/50. I believe that and also believe that the breadwinner should have the final say. Where do you stand on this?

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