Howard Stern's radio show funnyman Benjy Bronk took over a town hall meeting at the Port Authority in New York - and gave the word-for-word Kevin Bacon speech from the 1984 "Footloose."
Watch how no one in the meeting picks up on it!
Lady Gaga got serious on "The Howard Stern Show" on Sirius, in a candid, 90-minute interview on Tuesday morning. The star detailed her thoughts on money, fame, the L.A. lifestyle, her sexual history and her past drug use.
During the interview, Stern vocalized his frustration, saying the singer waited too long to make a guest appearance on his show.
By the end of the segment, the radio host declared Gaga's acoustic rendition of "The Edge of Glory" to be "one of the best performances we've ever had on the show."
Check out the interview!
Howard Stern can be heard on "Howard 100" on SiriusXM, Mon-Thurs. 6:00 AM ET.
Ashley Hebert got a taste of her suitors' hometown lives and was introduced to their families on Monday's episode. At the rose ceremony, she admitted it was difficult to make a decision, but gave roses to Ben, J.P. and Constantine, sending Ames packing.
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After the fifth season of "30 Rock" wrapped in NYC this week, Alec Baldwin talked to Howard Stern's wife, Beth, about politics and getting back at her husband. "Your husband would torture me about my ex-wife when I was married her. He used to always give me the business... what's it like to have sex with blah blah blah," Baldwin explained.
The "30 Rock" star said he would consider running for office and told Beth she could join him on the political stage, as his spouse. "I'm not saying this to be hurtful to anyone, but if anything ever happened to Howard... if he should injure himself, if he were to slip and impale himself on a chess piece... if I had you, you'd be a fabulous political wife."
Actress Courteney Cox made a surprise appearance on Howard Stern's show Thursday morning -- crashing Stern's interview with Cox's estranged husband, David Arquette.
For the first time, the two explained why there were problems in their marriage. Cox said, "Whenever I would, like, need consoling from David... he could not literally put his arm around me for one second without completely getting a boner."
Morning radio shock jock Howard Stern opened up to Rolling Stone writer Neil Strauss in a new interview, detailing his traumatic divorce to first wife, Alison; discussing sidekick Artie Lange's suicide attempt - and his thoughts on Charlie Sheen.
"I sort of admire Charlie Sheen's ability to say f**k you to the world," Stern admitted. "It's a fascinating car wreck because, you know, how many people are in Hollywood dying for a hit television show? I don't know whether to give him a medal or to throw him in a loony bin."
"Extra's" own Mario Lopez got the full treatment on Howard Stern's Sirius XM radio show Thursday morning, talking about everything from being a new dad to hosting "Extra" -- and even the "Regis and Kelly" rumor that Lopez is a frontrunner to take over when Regis retires.
"I'm flattered by that rumor," Lopez said. "That's awesome... I love New York!"
"Extra" caught up with morning radio host Howard Stern as he was headed to a taping of "Late Night with David Letterman," where we asked the shock jock if he is really in competition with CNN's Piers Morgan.
"What, is there a feud? I like Piers Morgan," Stern insisted. "He's got a lot of pressure on him. He's gotta get some ratings. Larry King was beating him."
Stern appeared on Morgan's new talk show, "Piers Morgan Tonight," in January. "I was offering him some advice. I said, 'You can't have a guests on for a whole hour unless they're very commanding, like myself and Oprah. He was challenging me, saying he's the king of all media. I said 'Never mind being the king of all media, just be king of CNN and get see if you get that going first.'"