- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Sun, May 12, 2013 12:54 PM EDT | Comments
Recently a Princeton alum wrote a controversial letter urging young Princeton women to find their husbands on campus, and fast. Ali invited her friend Lee Woodruff, author of ‘Those We Love Most,’ to talk about how young is too young for marriage.
Ali met her husband in her mid-thirties, and Lee met hers in her mid-twenties, they both agreed that men and women need to reach a certain level of maturity before they get married.
“When I think of the people I was dating in college,” Ali said, “I wouldn’t still be married today.”
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“All those biker boys you were shacking up with? Not marriage material,” Lee agreed.
Then Ali accused Lee of cheating on her husband, and Lee shot back that she was cheating on her husband with Ali’s husband, but that’s not important.
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But as for the notion that college was the best place to meet the person you’ll spend the rest of your life wit...Read More »
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Fri, May 10, 2013 12:01 PM EDT | Comments
For Mother’s Day, Daily Shot asks the questions: which piece of Tupperware goes best with Beyonce? Or Gwyneth Paltrow? Aunt Barbara, the top-selling Tupperware salesperson in all of North America, joins Ali for a special celebration of Mother’s Day.
Watch as Ali surprises Barbara with the name of a Celebrity Mom, challenging her to come up with the Tupperware product that most accurately represents the famous mother.
Which celeb goes with a silicone spatula? Which leading lady needs a pink bowl that holds up to 42 cups? And what did Aunt Barbara get Ali for Mother’s Day? Find out on today’s episode of Daily Shot!
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Wed, May 8, 2013 10:53 AM EDT | Comments
Fredrik Eklund of “Million Dollar Listing New York” stopped by Daily Shot to tell Ali about the new season of the show, which premieres tonight, and to dish on the most common thing sellers do that makes his job difficult: own pets.
“I have dogs myself,” the real estate broker to the stars says, “but it’s hard as a broker to come in--you hear the barking, you see the hair, the cat litter. Dogs and cats are not the best thing.”
He ‘100 percent’ agreed with Ali’s suggestion that sellers, “get your pets out of the apartment if there’s a showing and light a candle.”
Fredrik showed us two of the luxury homes he’ll be selling this season, which, he says, “has lot of deals, and is also very confrontational.”
To see pictures of the incredible properties, and hear about the unique home-selling strategy that’s helped Fredrik close over a billion dollars in deals, check out this episode of Daily Shot!
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Tue, May 7, 2013 1:27 PM EDT | Comments
Celebrated design team Robert and Cortney Novogratz tell Ali about how they balance a successful business with raising seven kids in New York City...and how they ran out of names by the time they got to their fifth child. They say their new line at CB2 is inspired by their family trips to Brazil—including a monkey-shaped lamp they named after one of their daughters.
You may know the Novogratz from their Bravo show 9 By Design, or their HGTV show Home By Novogratz. But what Ali wanted to know was how they picked the names for all of their kids: Wolfgang, 15; twins Bellamy and Tallulah, 14; Breaker, 12; twins Five and Holleder, 7; and Major, 4.
Why Five? “He’s the fifth child,” says Cortney. “We ran out of names.”
They clearly got their inspiration back for Holleder and Major, but not without causing some tension in the extended family. “Robert’s mother, I’m not kidding you, wouldn’t talk to us for the longest time,” Cortney revealed. “Of course now, Five is her favorite grandson.”
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- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Mon, May 6, 2013 11:36 AM EDT | Comments
Nyjah Huston started skateboarding at age four, and competed in his first X Games at 11. Now, at 18, he’s still one of the youngest competitors in his field. But just this past month, he brought home a gold medal, wowing the crowd with an impressive display of technical tricks.
Nyjah says that in his many years of skating, after countless dangerous tricks, he’s never broken anything. (Although he has done something called ‘sacking the rail,’ which sounds pretty painful.) He attributes a lot of his solid safety record to his diet. “I was raised vegan for the first 15 years of my life,” he says, “and I never drank any soda…it eats away at your bones!”
Nyjah has also started a charity with his mom called Let It Flow, which raises money to build wells and sanitation facilities for communities who need better access to clean water.
Nyjah also gave us a clip from his new skateboarding documentary, The Motivation, in which he shows off some of his death-defying moves.
One of his most dif...Read More »