In late 2013, music sensation Jason Derulo found himself in Larry’s hot seat discussing his accession to superstardom, the lovely Jordin Sparks, and his album “Tattoos.” Jason and Larry REALLY hit it off, so when Jason recently invited Larry to appear (along with 22 other celebs) in the fan-friendly video for his newest single, “Talk Dirty,” LK had no choice but to say YES!
Ladies and gents, feast your eyes on Mr. King’s scene-stealing cameo in “Talk Dirty.” You’re welcome.
Back in November, actor Jeff Garlin appeared on Larry King Now. Before leaving, Jeff found himself trapped by The King in a relatively unnoticed and unheard exchange. Luckily, our editing team recently discovered FOOTAGE of the conversation…but there’s one problem…it’s missing audio!
What in the world was Larry saying to Jeff? Our team is certainly stumped, so we need your help!
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The LKN team is excited to congratulate our recent guest, U.S. Snowboarder Kelly Clark, on her bronze medal finish today at the Sochi Games!
Kelly joined Larry last week before venturing to Russia. Check out what she had to say right here!
Go team USA!
Today Larry King Now welcomed back (for the third time!) one of the nicest in the biz– Pro Wrestler John Cena. Larry and John held an extremely candid conversation about his career in and out of the WWE arena (including John’s newest venture– 10 Weeks BodyChange fitness program), and even delved into topics like John’s love life and the emergence of gay athletes.
Larry and John have always hit it off in the past (here too) and this afternoon’s interview was no different! Check the Larry King Now schedule to see when it airs.
Here are some of Larry’s other interviews with the biggest names in wrestling, boxing, and MMA fighting!
We recently welcomed the incomparable Meat Loaf and the ever-so-kind Jack Osbourne into the LKN studios. The two shared a moment backstage (below). You can watch Larry King’s interview with Meat Loaf by clicking this link on Ora.TV & Hulu, and check our schedule page for Jack’s interview, airing soon!
Plus enjoy these great on set tweets from Jack & Meat Loaf too:
Larry recently interviewed Rick Hall, the creator and proprietor of Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL. Rick is a heavy hitter in the music world, but relatively unknown outside of recording industry circles. For those who are unfamiliar, Mr. Hall has produced some the 21st Century’s biggest hits for artists like Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, The Osmonds, The Dixie Chicks, Paul Anka and The Rolling Stones (this is just a handful). He did so out of his tiny hometown studio. Today Rick continues to work with musicians like The Alabama Shakes and The Civil Wars.
Of all the guests we’ve had on “Larry King Now,” Rick stands out as a favorite of mine. I knew little about him prior to producing Larry’s interview, but quickly realized how remarkably unique Rick’s story is. This is a man who built a music-making empire out of an obscure Southern town, all the while resisting temptation to move to New York, LA, and Nashville where the music scenes are on a global platform. Instead, record companies flew their biggest talent to Muscle Shoals so Rick and company could produce them, over and over again. He was privy to the personalities and talents of the industry’s finest and his stories are ridiculously fascinating.
For his outstanding work, Rick is earning a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Grammys, an honor given to legends like Clive Davis and Frank Sinatra in past years.
It was an absolute pleasure getting to know Mr. Hall and learning about his career this week. His “Larry King Now“ interview airs Monday January 27th, the day after the 2014 Grammys. It’s worth checking out on Ora.TV and Hulu.