EXCLUSIVE: Amber Rose Taking Over Iconic 'Loveline' Franchise With New Podcast: 'I Don't Hold Anything Back'
By Sophie Schillaci
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Amber Rose is taking over the iconic Loveline franchise with a new podcast on Play.It, ET has learned exclusively. The 32-year-old media maven and mother has been tapped to host an hour-long, weekly show alongside Dr. Chris Donaghue, doctor of clinical sexology and human sexuality, chatting openly in a judgment-free environment with sex therapists and special guests, as well as taking listeners' calls.
"This is just really up my alley, being a feminist and being very sex positive," Rose tells ET. "I'm very open with my sexuality. I don't hold anything back, I'm not judgmental, and there's really nothing that anyone can call in and say that I probably haven't heard already. So, you know, call my show and I'm there with open arms!"
Loveline With Amber Rose will be released weekly on LovelineWithAmberRose.com and iTunes, beginning Thursday, Sept. 8. The show will also be captured on video and shared via the Play.it YouTube channel at a later date. Fans can also stream the first 10-15 minutes of each taping via Facebook Live on Rose's official page.
Loveline debuted in 1983 as a talk show on CBS Radio's KROQ station in Los Angeles, ending its three-decade-plus run in April 2016. It was hosted most notably by Dr. Drew Pinsky, as well as Adam Carolla and Mike Catherwood. Rose says that she has not yet spoken with Pinsky about the project, but hopes to connect.
Meanwhile, Rose is also busy competing on Dancing With the Stars, planning her second annual SlutWalk, and fulfilling her duties as host of VH1's Amber Rose Show. Not on her priority list: being in a relationship.
"I am single as single can be," she says with a smile. "I literally have no pieces, no joints, no nothing. My focus is Dancing With the Stars and my baby."
Rose shares her 3-year-old son, Sebastian, with ex-husband Wiz Khalifa. The former couple split in 2014, but seem to have mastered the art of co-parenting. Rose says that her ex is helping out on baby duty while she gears up for the upcoming 23rd season of DWTS, premiering on ABC on Sept. 12, and he'll be in the audience with their son to cheer her on.
To see what kind of advice she'll be doling out on Loveline, ET put Rose to the test with a series of rapid-fire dating questions. See what she said about getting back at a cheater and the best pickup lines a girl can use in the player above. Be sure to tune in to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday night for more from our interview with Rose and her DWTS pro partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy.