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A Look Back at the Cheetah Girls

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Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson’s Breakup, Brooklyn Beckham in Variety, and Joe Exotic’s Pardon Plea

Plus, the crew discusses Taika Waititi and Rita Ora’s secret wedding

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Remembering Olivia Newton-John in ‘Grease’

Amelia and Claire remember Olivia Newton-John and her iconic role in the 1978 movie musical ‘Grease,’ and the massive impact on culture that movie had

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Beyoncé’s New Album, Taylor Swift’s Private Jet Use, and Katy Perry’s Pizza

Plus, this week’s Cringe Mode is ‘Blue Crush’ in honor of its 20th anniversary

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‘Hairspray,’ 15 Years Later

Juliet and Jodi revisit the 2007 musical starring Nikki Blonsky and John Travolta

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Julia Fox’s Very Low-Rise Pants and Keke Palmer’s Star Power

Plus, is there something going on between Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde?

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Revisiting ‘Rock of Love With Bret Michaels’

Amelia and Zack break down a piece of reality TV history

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My Chemical Romance vs. Fall Out Boy

In honor of The Ringer’s Emo Week, Rob Harvilla and Charles Holmes debate which of the two bands is better

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The Dark History of Victoria’s Secret

Juliet Litman is joined by Zack Peter to talk about the new documentary series ‘Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons’

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The Bennifer Wedding

Juliet and Jodi talk about what we learned from J.Lo’s newsletter, which of their kids were in attendance, and what will come next for the newlyweds

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Doja Cat’s Beef With Noah Schnapp, More Khloe and Tristan Drama, and Armie Hammer’s New Job

Plus, an Olsen twins classic Cringe Mode

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The Funny Girl Revival Recasting

Jodi and Kate break down the Beanie Feldstein–Lea Michele drama on Broadway

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Miley Cyrus’s Music Career

Amelia and Liz break down the former Disney Channel star’s discography

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Taylor Swift’s Fourth of July Parties

In this patriotic episode of Pop Culture History Lesson, Nora Princiotti and Kate Halliwell join forces to examine the cultural significance of Taylor’s infamous Fourth of July parties from 2013 to 2016

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Cameron Diaz Comes Out of Retirement, Kesha Chases Ghosts, and Chris Pratt Won’t Stop Being Chris Pratt

Plus, this week’s Cringe Mode is the 2005 rom-com ‘Hitch’

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Nancy Jo Sales Remembers Her Iconic Story, “Leo, Prince of the City”

Juliet is joined by author Nancy Jo Sales to discuss her 1998 New York Magazine profile of Leonardo DiCaprio

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The Cultural Significance of ‘The Wendy Williams Show’

In this episode of ‘Pop Culture History Lesson,’ Amelia Wedemeyer and Juliet Litman come together to discuss the cultural significance of ‘The Wendy Williams Show,’ which ended its 14-year tenure last week

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Five Big Questions About Jennifer Lopez’s New Documentary, ‘Halftime’

Juliet and Jodi discuss the new Netflix film on the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show

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Britney Spears Gets Married, Nick Cannon Gets More Babies, and Julia Garner Gets the Madonna Role

Plus, this week’s Cringe Mode is the cult classic ‘Coyote Ugly,’ and does seltzer mixed with balsamic vinegar actually taste like Diet Coke?

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Miles Teller in ‘Top Gun,’ the Poosh and Goop Collab, and Liam Payne Has One Direction Thoughts

Plus, ‘Rock of Ages’ for this week’s Cringe Mode

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The Swinging Mormon Moms of TikTok

Amelia and Jodi discuss elements of Mormon influencer culture, and examine just what makes this situation so fascinating

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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s Wedding, Kelly Clarkson’s Kellyoke, and Austin Butler’s Elvis

Plus, ‘Senior Year’ starring Rebel Wilson on this week’s Cringe Mode

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The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Trial

Juliet Litman and Amelia Wedemeyer discuss the latest developments and social media frenzy around the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial

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Katy Perry’s Still Not Married, Rihanna’s Baby Is Here, and ‘A Simple Favor’

‘Tea Time’ is back recording in person for the first time in over two years, so they check in with a few of the news items from the last time they recorded in person

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Checking in With the ‘Stranger Things’ Kids

Juliet and Mallory discuss the cast of the Netflix show ahead of the new season

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Mailbag and One Direction Song Draft

Nora and Nathan are joined by longtime One Direction fan Kate Halliwell to answer a few mailbag questions, including what a reunion would look like and what songs the band will be known for in 20 years

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Dua Lipa’s Vogue Cover, Adam Sandler’s Daughter’s Bat Mitzvah, and Jack Antonoff’s ‘Minions’ Soundtrack

Plus, this week’s Cringe Mode is the 2003 movie ‘Uptown Girls’

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Paris Hilton’s Pardon Request, and Lindsay Lohan’s First Arrest

Amelia Wedemeyer and Alyssa Bereznak revisit these two events and talk about how they encapsulated celebrity in the aughts

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The ‘Spider-Man’ Movie Relationship Pipeline

Kate and Joanna discuss the onscreen and offscreen romances in the superhero franchise

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Niall Horan’s ‘Flicker’

Who could have predicted that Niall Horan would have a no. 1 album debut? Nora and Neil break it down.

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The Coastal Grandma Aesthetic, 24 Hours of Harry Styles News, and ‘Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion’ 25 Years Later

The crew discusses Harry’s Better Homes and Gardens profile

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‘Real World’ Deep Dive

Juliet and Johnny Bananas reflect on the show’s legacy and impact on its 30th anniversary

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Celebrities at Coachella and Rihanna Rumors

Plus, revisiting ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ 20 Years Later

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‘White Hot’ and the Abercrombie & Fitch Obsession

Amelia and Andrew discuss the new Netflix documentary on the clothing brand

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Top 10 Rom-Coms

Amanda Dobbins returns to join Juliet Litman in a discussion about The Ringer’s list of greatest rom-coms and their own personal top 10 lists