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June 8, 2021 22 min

PEOPLE editor Charlotte Triggs joins Janine to unpack 'Kimmy Schmidt' star Ellie Kemper’s apology over her involvement in a debutante ball with a controversial past, Chris Harrison's official departure from 'The Bachelor' franchise, how the cast of 'Kim's Convenience' is calling out the show's racist storylines, and why the internet can't stop talking about Jill Duggar’s breast milk. Then, PEOPLE crime editor Chris Harris shares the latest on the London police officer who pled guilty to the kidnapping and rape of Sarah Everard, the 33-year-old woman who disappeared while walking home from a friend's house in March.

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