Actor, comedian and broadcaster John Fugelsang hosts “Tell Me Everything” weekdays on SiriusXM Insight #121. Fugelsang sold out theaters across the country with Stephanie Miller, Hal Sparks and Aisha Tyler on “The Sexy Liberal Comedy Tour”; their album “Volume 1” became the 1st political album to ever hit #1 on the Amazon, iTunes & Billboard Comedy Charts. He’s been a regular on CNN, MSNBC, FOX News and hosted “Viewpoint” on Current TV and co-hosted “America’s Funniest Videos” on ABC with Daisy Fuentes.

He recently performed in “The Bill of Rights Concert” alongside Lewis Black & Dick Gregory which aired on AXS. He’s also appeared at Montreal’s “Just for Laughs” Festival and HBO’s U.S Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. He wrote, developed & hosted two highly-rated series for VH1-UK; and co-hosted (first with ‘Mad TV’s’ Debra Wilson, then with Emmy-winner Teresa Strasser) “Watercooler” on TV Guide Network.


Harlem native and life-long New Yorker Bevy Smith began her career in media behind the camera, specializing in luxury goods, before transitioning to on-air talent.

For three seasons, beginning in 2013, Smith headlined in the moderator role on Bravo TV’s revolutionary fashion talk show, “Fashion Queens.” She continues as a sought-after pop-culture commentator on various TV shows including “The View,” “The Wendy Williams Show,” “The Real,” “Dr. Oz,” “CBS Morning Show” and “Access Hollywood.”  In 2015, she was selected to helm the weekly “BET’s Movies and Chill” and in 2016, was selected as one of three fashion experts to serve on Wendy Williams’ “Wendy’s Style Squad,” airing on BET.

Smith was recently chosen by “Bravolebrity” Andy Cohen to host her own show, “Bevelations,” on his Sirius XM Channel “Radio Andy.”  Her daily mix of pop culture, politics, fashion and music, all served up with a dash of sauciness, includes probing, yet fun interviews with luminaries like Pharrell, Grace Jones, Kevin Hart, Ellen Pompeo, Samuel L. Jackson and Emeril Lagasse.

In addition to being a public speaker and moderator for notable entities like HBO, Morgan Stanley, Russell Simmons’ Art for Life, Harlem Eat Up and Lincoln Motor Company, Bevy continues to host her exclusive “Dinner With Bevy,” a social event connecting trendsetters in fashion style, entertainment and media honoring clients including Kerry Washington, Soledad O’Brien, Idris Elba, Solange, Nike, Hugo Boss, The Barnes Foundation and Starz’ hit show “Power.”


Elizabeth Wagmeister is an entertainment journalist at Variety, where she covers the television industry from the publication’s Los Angeles headquarters. Regularly appearing on national and local news, Wagmeister began a weekly segment on “Good Day LA” at Fox 11 KTTV in 2016.

Wagmeister has been seen on “Today,” “Good Morning America,” “CBS This Morning,” “Access Hollywood,” “Entertainment Tonight,” “The Insider,” “Extra,” Fox News, CNN, HLN and has been a panelist on the Huffington Post’s “Huff Post Live,” among other shows. She has covered every red carpet from the Golden Globes and Emmys, to the Teen Choice Awards and VMAs. She covers premieres and major industry events, including the TCAs and Upfronts, plus is an on-camera interviewer in-studio and at junkets.

Prior to Variety, Wagmeister was the Senior Entertainment Editor at Bonnie Fuller’s where she ran the site’s television and film content, and was an on-camera host for both of the company’s daily web series “Hollybuzz” and the “HollywoodLife Says” roundtable. For her hosting work, Wagmeister’s YouTube videos have amassed over 30 million views. She started her career at TV Guide Magazine in New York City where she was a red carpet reporter and writer.


Carlos Greer is a New York Post Page Six reporter. He covers New York nightlife, pop culture, society and the music industry. Greer has been covering entertainment for over ten years. Prior to joining the column, he was a writer for People magazine, where he also hosted and produced the magazine’s digital program “Inside Scoop.”

He has appeared on “Today,” “Good Morning America,” “The Wendy Williams Show,” “Extra,” “Access Hollywood,” “Inside Edition,” various CNN documentaries and as a special correspondent for “ET.” He got his start as an intern at “Entertainment Tonight” and  “The Insider.”