Joining us on The Kelly Alexander Show this week is Jed Kahane, director of news and public affairs at CTV Montreal. Jed talks about his career in broadcasting and what it is like to cover big international stories like 9/11 as well as reporting on issues that are important to your local community. We then speak with our Almost Mother of the Year, Kasie Savage, on the experience of having to drive a mini-van once your family surpasses three kids. I also reflect on the life and death of Whitney Houston and Geena Lee of the LoveZone is also here. Come and join us!
Archive for February 2012
News spread like wildfire on Feb 11th when it was announced that music icon Whitney Houston had passed away at the age of 48. Because Whitney has had such an influence on millions of people around the world since the 1980’s its only right that we devote this week’s Kelly Alexander Show to her. First up we speak with director and choreographer Sean Cheesman who worked with Whitney on The Bodyguard in 1992 and who was in the studio with her when she recorded “I Will Always Love You.” We then speak with CNN movie critic Grae Drake about Whitney’s illustrious movie career and her upcoming last movie, Sparkle. We close out the program with a remix of Whitney's classic feel good song, "I'm Every Woman."
We are very excited for you to listen to this week’s Kelly Alexander Show because we have three amazing guests including the one and only Howie D of the Backstreet Boys! Howie talks about his career in BSB not to mention his brand new solo album called "Back To Me." He also delves into his life as a husband and father and how he has been supporting Nick Carter because he himself has lost a sister. We then speak to Solmaz Meghdadi about smart shopping for Valentine’s Day and singles & dating expert Kim Hughes joins us to talk about enjoying Valentine’s Day as a vibrant single.
We’ve got three fascinating interviews for you this week. First off we chat with our relationship coach Frank B. Kermit about how to get over an ex. This is never easy, but especially difficult if you have been together with that person for a long time. We then speak with etiquette expert Karen Cleveland about how to properly behave at the gym and that includes no naked parades in the locker room. We then chat with celebrity blogger Marc Andrew about what it’s like to deal with Hollywood and all the glitz and glam that goes with it. We round things out with Jennifer Lopez and a remix of "Papi" (Mixin' Marc & Tony Svedja).