To keep you up to speed on SiriusXM’s must-watch moments, we’re showcasing exclusive videos on our blog in a new series: In the Spotlight. Whether you missed our latest viral chat with your favorite movie star or want to relive that stripped-down set you heard on the radio, In the Spotlight is your front-row seat to epic performances and unforgettable interviews with the biggest stars in music, sports, and entertainment.
This week, Jake Gyllenhaal talks about living with his godmother, Jamie Lee Curtis. Beanie Feldstein had no idea why Lea Michele’s name was trending on Twitter when Beanie got cast in Funny Girl. Tom Brady and Snoop Dogg share fond memories of celebrating Super Bowl wins together. And John Mellencamp reveals who his favorite person to share a stage with is.
Jake Gyllenhaal Lived with Jamie Lee Curtis During the Pandemic
Jamie Lee Curtis is not only Jake Gyllenhaal’s godmother — she also took him in during the pandemic. In pure SiriusXM magic, Jamie Lee had been on The Jess Cagle Show right before Jake, where she claimed that Jake gave her a nonfunctional fitness tracking watch (and he reminded her to please try plugging it in). Jake also remarked on Jamie Lee’s kindness as a godmother and how she housed him in her guest house last year. Click below to watch the full interview:
Beanie Feldstein Didn’t Get Why Lea Michele Was Trending When She Was Cast in Funny Girl
The stars of Impeachment: American Crime Story — Beanie Feldstein, Sarah Paulson, and Annaleigh Ashford — spoke with Andy Cohen during an exclusive town hall interview. Beanie Feldstein talked about how acting in Funny Girl was her dream since she was a little girl but, apparently, it was also Lea Michele’s. Beanie didn’t realize at the time that that’s why Lea Michele started trending on Twitter when the news broke that Beanie had landed the role. Click below to listen to the full SiriusXM Town Hall:
Tom Brady Partied with Snoop Dogg After the Patriots’ Super Bowl LIII Win
On a recent episode of the Let’s Go podcast, Tom Brady and Snoop Dogg reminisce together about the time the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl in 2018. The team collectively decided every year that the artist they most wanted at their victory party was Snoop (even though he’s a Steelers fan), and Tom shares a funny memory about his 11-year-old son. Click below to watch the full interview:
John Mellencamp Says Bruce Springsteen was the Only Musician Who Could Match Him on Stage
John Mellencamp stopped by E Street Radio to talk about his new collaboration with Bruce Springsteen, “Wasted Days.” While John has shared the stage with many an artist in his lifetime, the one that sticks out in his memory the most because of their undeniable stage presence is Bruce himself. Click below to listen to the full interview:
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