By Amanda Wicks
Amber Rose will be joining long-established radio show “Loveline” and bringing it to the next generation. “Loveline” began in 1983 on CBS Radio’s KROQ in Los Angeles, but will now operate as a weekly podcast.
Rose will be partnering with resident sex therapist Dr. Chris Donaghue to discuss everything from relationships to sexual curiosity each week. They’ll also turn to experts and callers to round out the show’s topics.
“I am super excited to take over and work with such a legendary brand like ‘Loveline,'” Rose said in a press release. “This podcast is a chance for me to share my raw and honest experiences with my fans and hear their stories. Dr. Donaghue and I have a great relationship, and I’m happy he’s joining me on this journey. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it!”
Besides lending her voice to the project, Rose will be offering fans a chance to see how things work. The podcast will eventually be videotaped and broadcast at a later date via Play.It’s YouTube channel. Rose will also stream the first 10-15 minutes of each podcast via Facebook Live once the video portion goes into effect.
For the podcast’s first show, airing Thursday, September 8th Rose and Donaghue talk about sexual confidence and sexting. New episodes arrive ever Thursday on Play.It.