1. Live Chat: Okay, it's about time I did something like this. Spreecast invited me to do a weekly live chat to discuss the latest in entertainment news. We are going to do a Beta test on Monday, July 23rd at 6:30PM PT/9:30PM ET of Behind The Red Carpet. (If you missed my Wednesday taped segment, click here.) I will do a live chat for 30 minutes before I roll into my weekly appearance on Driving with Gass at 7:35PM PT/10:35PM ET. I will do a hot topics segment of current stories and I know I have a few Jennifer Aniston fans eager to ask questions since I haven't been able to get to all of your comments. You can RSVP here and ask questions ahead of time by logging in with your Facebook or Twitter accounts. If you are too shy to post a public question, feel free to contact me here. This live chat will be archived, so you can watch the rebroadcast if the time/day isn't convenient for you.
2. They Called It Rock: This one is for my SYTYCD fans, take a look at the incredible show created by my talented friends, Nancy Paris and Charles Yurick: They Called It Rock. The show takes you back to 1978 with hot moves and a pulsating soundtrack from the likes of Bowie, The Who, and Led Zepplin. For SYTYCD Canada followers, Season 10 winner, Denys Drozdyuk can even be seen in the video on their Facebook fan page. Like their page or click here for more information on the show. You won't be disappointed!
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4. The Radio Dish: I heard a sneak preview of my new segment with the fun ladies over at The Radio Dish in Kansas City and I cannot wait to share it with you. I am excited to announce that I will be doing bimonthly segments on the show giving you the hottest stories of the week. This week we discuss the Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes saga and the revolving judges chairs over at American Idol. You can listen to the show live on Saturday, July 21st at 10AM PT/1PM ET here.
5. Moonrise Kingdom: It's been a few weeks since I have passed along a film recommendation, so here is one to check out on those hot summer nights when you need to get out of the heat. This is the perfect antidote to all of the superhero movies we've seen this summer. This flick comes from director, Wes Anderson, who is well known for his quirky films like The Royal Tenenbaums and Rushmore. The movie is odd, sweet, and reminds me of simpler days gone by. Don't miss this one. (It's also the perfect date movie.)
Have a great weekend. I have a very lazy weekend planned. If you want to join my weekend adventures, find me on Instagram: @KristynBurtt or check out a few photos I posted on Facebook only or enjoy my incessant chatter on Twitter. See you on Monday!