[ Comment removed. No personal attacks. Be nice. -ed ]
She has little knowledge of popular culture in this country. It would be funny if it weren't so frustrating. She's smart & good, but should not be in this job.
A "pop star"? Are you kidding me? Your commentator can't even identify who it is, or ask a bystander? She actually said "a pop star" and nothing more? I've really tried to listen to this show, but this is the last straw. Sorry.
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