Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

At the end of a long day, nothing is better than winding down and decompressing with a good friend, especially one that’s seen it all. Jana Kramer is here to hang out and share her advice and experience from a pretty crazy life. She’s been there and done that, from acting to singing, divorce, motherhood and beyond. If you’ve got something to get off your chest, come over to Jana’s place, pour a glass or two and Whine down!... Show More
December 16, 2019 78 min

Actor Dean McDermott (Tori Spelling's husband) stops by to hang with Jana and Mike. They reveal some of the advice he unknowingly shared with them long ago. He’s been through a similar journey, coming back from infidelity, and he opens up about the challenges that come with rebuilding a relationship.

Plus, when a woman says she doesn’t want a big gift for the holidays… does she really mean it??

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