Jillian Michaels is in studio to share her training regiment and suggestions for good eating habits. Plus, David Wild breaks down some of Adam's complaints on the Grammys.
Adam opens the show with David Wild in studio, and the guys talk about last night’s Grammys. Some topics of contention include Pitbull’s talent, Rihanna canceling her appearance, and Johnny Depp’s performance. Of course they also discuss some of their favorite moments as well. Adam then takes a fan phone call about what to name your dog, followed by complaints about Bob Marley and U2. Before the break, Adam takes one last call about his mom’s habit of locking herself in a room and screaming ‘freak out’. Jillian Michaels is in studio next, and the guys talk about their upbringings in Southern California. They also talk about Jillian’s training regiment, and suggestions for good eating habits. Gina then begins the news highlighting some of the Grammy’s big winners and notable performances. Next up, they talk about a Utah student who bought Valentine’s for every single female student at his school, and Jerry Seinfeld’s decision to sell several of his Porsches. As the show wraps up, the guys talk about a survey saying that most people want to live to 100 even though they aren’t taking care of themselves properly. Watch new episodes of ‘Just Jillian’, and download ‘The Jillian Michaels Show’. For more info, visit http://jillianmichaels.com and follow her on Twitter @JillianMichaels
I don't normally like Adam shitting on guests but I loved him calling out David Wild about how terrible Pitbull is. Also, David Wild was defending him to the end as a great talent and shit, is this a fucking joke?
stevensla wrote:I don't normally like Adam shitting on guests but I loved him calling out David Wild about how terrible Pitbull is. Also, David Wild was defending him to the end as a great talent and shit, is this a fucking joke?
Adam was a dick there. Why insist on talking shit about someone your guest and friend just worked with and will need to work with again. He could have just made one remark and let it go, but instead we do 20 laps on how talentless the super in demand super successful guy is. It's disingenuous because Adam would love to have Pitbull as a guest and no way he'd talk shit in person, but he knows there's no chance given their respective statuses, so he's free to be an ass.