When it comes to the most popular and followed podcasts in the world, there is one name that usually crops up – Comedy Bang! Bang! With Robert Pattinson. Yes, the movie star who fronts a band and tours the world playing music now has the most popular podcast in the world. Why? Well, apart from being a wonderful story of musical fame, it’s also the best show to follow if you’re a fan of the “Sober Moments” singer. With frequent guest stars and quirky, pop culture references, it’s easy to see why.

It’s been a while since the Howard Stern Show had a podcast, but they’re back with a bang! The beloved prank call show that was recently relaunched is back with a bang too, as the latest teaser trailer drops today (Oct. 23). Fans of the show will remember how, back in the day, Howard would call celebrities and comedians to his New York City studio to hear their takes on pop culture.

But the show is much more than nostalgia. The newest season features some of the biggest stars, and even bigger stories. While Hollywood is a recurring guest star in the show, tonight’s premiere features the legendary Mariah Carey as the guest star. The singer’s interview is one of the highlights of the show – and not just because she’s Mariah Carey.

In the season premiere of the podcast, Stern and his team will also interview some of the biggest musical stars including Sir Roger Daltrey (of “The Who” fame), Tony Bennett, and Elton John. And then, of course, there’s the queen of pop herself. Mariah Carey. She’s coming off a huge year, and we can expect the podcast to dive deep into her fascinating life.

The podcast also continues to try and develop new characters and voices for the show. Last season, they introduced us to the fantastically named “Todd,” who they describe as a cross between Harvey Pekar and Andy Dufresne from “The Shawshank Redemption.” The second season will continue in this vein as they introduce “Frankie,” a foul-mouthed drag queen who they say is “just like us, but trashier.”

These are just a few details about the upcoming season of ‘The Howard Stern Show’ Podcast. You can hear more about the details and get a sneak peek at the newest season of the podcast by tuning into the Howard Stern Facebook page today (Oct. 23) at 1:00 p.m. ET to take part in a special episode of the podcast, titled ‘How To: Robert Pattinson & Howard Stern Show: A Look Back.’

Mariah Carey

The podcast’s guest star for tonight’s premiere is none other than the queen of pop herself. After teasing us with snippets of the interview on social media, Mariah Carey’s official Instagram account confirms that the legendary recording artist will be making an appearance on the show. It also gives us a hint at what we can expect from the interview.

“I’m a huge fan of both Mr. Stern and the podcast,” Carey wrote in the caption alongside a snippet from the interview. “I’ve been looking forward to this day for a long time.”

In the interview, Mariah Carey will discuss her amazing career, growing up, her legacy, and more. She will also field some great questions from the infamous Howard Stern, including…

How Does She See Herself In 20 Years?

The question that undoubtedly springs to mind is: how does she see herself in 20 years? As pop music continues to evolve, Mariah Carey’s iconic status is guaranteed to rise as her music celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. The album, “Glory,” which Mariah Carey released in 1987, was at the time, the best-selling album in US history. It went on to become the best-selling album of all time, with a staggering 125 million copies sold around the world. If history is any indicator, Mariah Carey will continue to be celebrated for decades to come.

What’s more is that “Glory” was the culmination of a decade of hits. Before the album, Mariah Carey had released nine solo albums, and had sung for some of the biggest names in the music industry. Now, at the age of 50, she is still going strong and has a new album, “Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel,” set for release in December. It will be her twelfth solo albums, and will see her celebrate her musical legacy.

Forbes recently valued Mariah Carey’s brand at an incredible $16 million. Clearly, this is one business savvy star. It’s not hard to see why. The singer’s brand strategy includes holding annual fan-club events, licensing her name and image for everything from fragrance and food to clothing and accessories. And then there’s her own record label – aptly named after her. If you’ve ever wondered how to invest in a brand to reap rewards, Mariah Carey’s story is a perfect example of taking a brand seriously while not being afraid to have some fun with it.

Alongside some choice words about Donald Trump and the “flaming quips” in his campaign ads, Mariah Carey will field some great questions from the world-class minds at TMZ. We can’t wait to hear more.

The Evolution Of Pop Music

For decades now, the podcast has delved into the world of music, interviewing famous musicians and providing unparalleled insight into the evolution of music and how it has changed over the years. This season, Howard Stern and his team will interview some of the biggest stars of our time, as they discuss the music scene, their influences, and more.

The interviewees this season include Sir Roger Daltrey, The Who’s manager; Elton John, the legendary singer; and Tony Bennett, the great American songwriter and musician. These are just a few of the names that you’ll hear mentioned in tonight’s premiere.

The guests will be discussing a range of topics, from the 70s music scene, to the current one, as well as how social media has evolved and changed the game. Bennett, for example, believes that “music has changed.” He says that today’s music is “more organic. It has an element of surprise in it. It’s better than ever before.” And he’s right. There is a sense of discovery to every song you listen to now, thanks in part to music streaming platforms which give us access to an incredible amount of content.

Elton John agrees, “I think that in the future, music stations will be part of the regular radio programming, as they are in the U.K. And the demand for new music will become less – there’ll be fewer people searching for a hit song, because everyone will have their own personal playlists. People will use music as a tool for self-expression and to inspire themselves. I think the role of music therapists will emerge, as people will look to music for encouragement and praise, particularly in times of difficulty, rather than just for enjoyment.”

Even Sir Roger Daltrey, the manager of The Who, thinks that the industry has changed for the better, thanks to streaming platforms and podcasts. “It’s interesting how technology has made such a difference, in that people can find out what they want to know about almost anything,” he says. “Nowadays, you can have your smartphone programmed so that it plays only the music you want when you want it. That is so valuable. It saves people an awful lot of time. Before, if you didn’t like a specific artist, you had to find out who they were and whether or not you liked them. Now, with all these digital devices, that kind of thing is unnecessary.”

Whether you’re a seasoned starer or a first-time listener, you’ll find something to love about the podcast. It’s been around for over twenty years, and has interviewed some of the biggest names in the industry, as well as trying to develop new characters and stories that they can delve into.

As it celebrates twenty years, the podcast continues to be a great platform for musicians to express their creativity and share their stories with the world. While there is no question that the show is as popular as ever, it’s interesting to see how much the industry has changed in the twenty years since it began. Back in the day, music was a form of political protest, used by musicians to speak out against social issues. Now, it’s a way for people to explore their passions and express their individuality.