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Howard Stern producer Gary Dell’Abate selling $3.2M Greenwich mansion

Baba Booey is going bye-bye. Gary Dell’Abate, longtime executive producer of “The Howard Stern Show” who’s affectionately known to fans as Baba Booey, is selling the custom-built Connecticut mansion he has lived in since 2007. Located in the upscale Hillcrest Park’s Old Farm Lane community in Old Greenwich, the five-bedroom,...
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Roundup: Liz Cheney Out; Lakers Raise Banner; Seth Rogen on Tom Cruise on Howard Stern

Chick-fil-A is facing a sauce shortage ... Janelle Monae will be in the next 'Knives Out' movie ... Bill Gates told his golf buddies his marriage was loveless ... court rules Internet research doesn't make you an expert ... Ellen is leaving her show which has been on for 19 years ... farmer accidentally changes France - Belgium border ... Americans are panic buying gas ... Florida motorists panic buying gas even though they don't have a supply issue ... one of Joe Rogan's buddy comedians had a very racist incident in Austin ... Liz Cheney got canceled ... Ohio will give a million dollars to five random vaccinated people ... Grimes hospitalized for a panic attack after SNL ... Dave Grohl is back in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ...
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Emily Blunt Shuts Down Those ‘Fantastic Four’ Rumors To Howard Stern: ‘I Don’t Like’ Superhero Movies

Emily Blunt’s gearing up for A Quiet Place 2 to finally hit theaters on May 28. The final trailer for the movie recently dropped, and I remain impressed at how her character’s still wearing the same floral-patterned dress that she wore to give birth in during the first movie. That’s not simply a refusal to raid a sportswear store — it’s a constant reminder that she endured great discomfort while remaining utterly silent (f*ck that, says every mom out there), which makes her a bit of a superhero. As far as actually portraying a superhero, though, Blunt’s not so much into that. In fact, she’s not going there at all.
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Howard Stern warns Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Matthew McConaughey against starting political careers

Howard Stern cautioned Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Matthew McConaughey against starting their respective political careers. The two actors have emerged as potentially viable political candidates thanks to public teases that they'll get into the political arena. Some in the state believe McConaughey could beat incumbent Texas Governor Greg Abbott and he has publicly toyed with the idea of throwing his hat into the race. Johnson, meanwhile, has been vocal about potentially starting a campaign for president and even made it a plot point on his NBC sitcom "Young Rock."
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Howard Stern Offers Some Blunt Advice For Dwayne Johnson, Matthew McConaughey

Radio host Howard Stern offered some sobering advice for celebrities thinking about running for political office on his SiriusXM show Wednesday. Stern warned how potential candidates ― such as actors Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Matthew McConaughey, who have both in recent months expressed interest in entering politics ― could tarnish their neutral images by actually having to take a stand on certain divisive issues.
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Howard Stern On How The Rock Would Get Hurt By Running For President

Less than a month ago a Pipslay poll revealed that nearly 50% of Americans supported Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson running for President. Radio icon Howard Stern is apparently not part of that 50%. The SirusXM host, and former political candidate himself, recently went in depth into why The Rock running for office is a bad idea.
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Howard Stern Suggests Running For Political Office Would Be Bad For The Rock

In past interviews, The Rock has said that if the people wanted him to run for President of the United States, he would do it. However, Howard Stern doesn’t think it’d be a good idea for him. In an interview with New York Daily News, Stern detailed why he thinks getting into politics would be bad for the former WWE Champion.
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Howard Stern urges The Rock and Matthew McConaughey to curb their political ambitions

Howard Stern is warning The Rock and Matthew McConaughey that seeking political office can be a losing proposition. The SiriusXM host became an unexpectedly powerful voice in the 2020 election by speaking out against Donald Trump during the 45th president’s bid for a second term. Trump had been a welcomed guest on Stern’s show before falling out of favor with the shock jock when he started expressing his right-wing views on the 2016 campaign trail.
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New York Post: Howard Stern Has Lost His Crown.

Has Howard Stern gone soft? According to frequent show critic Maureen Callahan, who wrote an 1,800-word piece in the New York Post, the King of All Media has lost his crown. “‘The Howard Stern Show,’” long in decline, is dead,” Callahan opens up the opinion column. Callahan, who describes herself...
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Opinion: Howard Stern Has Lost His Crown.

Has Howard Stern gone soft? According to frequent show critic Maureen Callahan, who wrote an 1,800-word piece in the New York Post, the King of All Media has lost his crown. “‘The Howard Stern Show,’” long in decline, is dead,” Callahan opens up the opinion column. Callahan, who describes herself...