Delacey wrote "Without Me" for Halsey, among other hits for big artists... and now she's giving the world her own music. Find out why she doesn't correct people when they say Halsey wrote the song about G-Eazy, why now is her time, and how she overcame the mean people growing up.
Todrick Hall is a part of DC's Pride Concert [the theme is Shh..Out!] and called to talk about what his show will be like, how he pulls off so many costumes in videos and on stage, and his coming out story that did not go as he originally anticipated. He also could be giving Swifties some clues...?
Listeners called into the show to share the times they've felt or seen, etc the presence of someone who had passed. Prepare for the goosebumps.
Trista was the first ever Bachelorette, where she met her husband of now 15 years, Ryan Sutter. They're calling in to talk about their seasons and wedding specials being available to watch on Tubi, while also playing Would You Rather and comparing today's seasons to what they're used to.
Fascinated by the BTS Army waiting in line, outside, FOR DAYS, to hopefully get into SNL, I found one on Twitter and called her to get an idea of what it's like out there. What are her chances of getting in? What is she doing during the day? Can they leave? Is she alone? So many questions.
Chelsea, 1/3 of Shaed, calls in to talk about how watching old footage of jumping on a trampoline inspired their hit. Plus- how it was growing up in Northern Virginia as a "loner," and how she became the lead singer of a band as an introvert.
MAX talks about the dark hole he was in while going through his vocal chord injury, and how he's coming out of that period with a lot of YELLOW and happiness in his life. Plus- how his "unhappy" ex inspired his new song "Love Me Less."
Mabel had two famous parents, so her growing up life was a bit different than most. We talk about how that has shaped her, how she's gotten over the *awkward* of writing with her older brother, and how she's making a name for herself now.
Malcolm Kelley, one half of MKTO, calls to catch up with EB after a hiatus from making new music. Did they have to go to couple's therapy? And what can he "not forget" from growing up? Examples: His first job, first nudity, and first time drinking.
Fletcher talks about how she's always been a "loner," but there are certain things that have always brought out the fighter in her at 8:55. Also: about her constant subtweets for someone at 3:42, wardrobe malfunctions at 5:30, why we might have a drinking problem, and a game of Urban Dictionary at 14:05... before finishing with an in-studio performance!
Everyone knew Jake Miller in high school, but it wasn't all good. He used that notoriety to get himself a major opportunity with his idol, Mac Miller. Now he's making hit music in his bedroom and maybe sending EB inappropriate Snapchats.
Our On the Verge artist Fletcher talks about her song "Undrunk," and the 2 year relationship that ended in a ghosting. Plus- an event she went to hosted by Bebe Rexha for women in music, and the shocking thing her name means on Urban Dictionary.
Shoffy has become successful with music after loving finance careers his whole life... now he's selling 90's memorabilia for big bucks and getting millions of streams on his music... that he makes in his bedroom with cheap equipment.
The UMD Gymnastics Team and Coach Brett stop in for some chalk talk. We talk about what their life is like, when they're recruited, how their scholarships work, and a very special meet honoring a former teammate.. and more! EB goes back in time with her memories and stories from the gym.
Charli XCX calls to talk about filming the 1999 video, and how she met Troye Sivan at a party at her house. She shares her "open door policy" and why she's kind of a bad host, but loves to throw them.
Meghan Trainor is days away from her Christmas wedding, and tells EB all about what she's been working on with her wedding planner. They also share what 2018 has meant to them in terms of talking about mental illness. Plus- some Truth or Dare Jenga!
The Chainsmokers talk to EB backstage at Jingle Ball about being on Forbes' Highest Paid list, whose lives their obsessed with, and how they've grown personally from all the lessons they learned this year.
Elizabethany and Kane team up backstage at Jingle Ball to talk to Shawn Mendes about his accomplishments, and give him the award for "Biggest Glow Up of 2018."
The most Googled question about Lukas Graham is "how did he die?" so we're talking about that... and the story behind his new song and video for "Love Someone," being a dad, and bringing back his childhood acting skills.
elizabethany is competing in DC's Dancing Stars Gala, and former Press Secretary Sean Spicer is a judge! They talk about the competition, how similar the White House is to Scandal, House of Cards, etc, and how EB can get some extra points before the event.