Even more Hollywood news is on the agenda this week as hosts Stephanie Haney and Will Farnsworth kick off another episode of The Buzz. They’ll take a look at the biggest stories of the week as well as a few buzzing topics from the red carpet to the political sphere.
First up the Hollywood Hot Second is serving up a top three in celebrity news. This week will feature your favorite wannabe couple Rihanna and Drake, the trending topic #freeKe$ha and “Damn Daniel,” who is back at it again with the white vans.
Staying in Hollywood, our correspondent Morgan Evans was on hand at the premiere of Triple 9, an action packed thriller starring Anthony Mackie, Aaron Paul, and Kate Winslet.
From the carpet to the couch our host Stephanie Haney sits down with up-and-coming artist Carissa Johnson in “On the Spot with Stephanie.” Check out her live performance and find out how she is making a name for herself on the music scene.
And in anticipation for the biggest night in Hollywood: The Oscars, game-master Dustin Sloane took it back to Trousdale to find out just how much USC students know about Leonardo Di Caprio’s dating life.
Next up, Nick Alfano is bringing you the latest on the campaign trail for his political update. This week learn more about Florida senator, Marco Rubio, and his plan of attack against current frontrunner Donald Trump.
Then we take it to the newsroom where lifestyle expert, Claire Neville had a special surprise for executive producer, Kristen Lago. Claire showcased the popular off campus spot, Jacks N Joe to celebrate Kristen’s 21st birthday!
Back to the red carpet, our correspondent Alexa Palermo gives us the best beauty secrets in town. She was on the carpet at the 2016 LATF Hollywood Beauty Awards where she spoke to makeup and hair stylists along with celebrities such as Heidi Klum about their favorite beauty tips.
To wrap up the week, our hosts sat down with Morgan Evans to discuss diversity in Hollywood in this week’s PillowTalk. Check out Morgan’s interviews with some of Hollywood’s biggest names as they preview the Oscar’s lack of diversity and give their opinions on host, Chris Rock.