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Heather McDonald delivers the JUICY SCOOP. She doesn’t hold back on anything. She is the host and creator of the #1 Gossip Podcast – JUICY SCOOP with Heather McDonald. Her show is available twice a week on iTunes, Android, or Stitcher.
In its third year, there are over 300 episodes and over 30+ million downloads. The show has over 9,000 five star reviews on iTunes and is ranked in the top 10 comedy podcasts. Heather get’s the JUICIEST stories from her guests from the best reality shows, comics, actors, writers and social media stars.
Her Showtime stand up special “I DON’T MEAN TO BRAG” and was available on Netflix. She consistently sells out shows across the country in theaters, comedy clubs and other venues.
Heather was the host of TLC’s ALL ABOUT SEX and HOLLYWOOD TODAY LIVE. She also co-hosted, Anderson Cooper Live, and The Kris Jenner’s Show.
Heather wrote, produced and appeared on E!’s top rated show CHELSEA LATELY for it’s entire 7 year run. She also starred in AFTER LATELY, a mockumentary series on E! for its 3 successful seasons.
She is regularly featured on CNN, Nightlight and the Reelz channel. Other appearances include Bravo’s Watch What Happens, Flipping Out and Real Housewives of Orange County and Beverly Hills; Keeping up with the Kardashians, Logo’s Rupaul’s Drag Race and Rupaul’s Big Gay Game Show, The Tonight Show, Wendy Williams, The Today Show, Dr. Drew, Reno 911, Frasier, Malcolm in the Middle and Drake and Josh.
Heather’s debut book, YOU’LL NEVER BLUE BALL IN THIS TOWN AGAIN, spent seven weeks on the New York Times best-seller list, and climbed to the #1 position on Amazon’s “Bestsellers in Entertainment” list. McDonald released her follow up book in February 2013 titled MY INAPPROPRIATE LIFE: Some Material Not Suitable for Small Children, Nuns, or Mature Adults which also became a national bestseller.
Heather was also a contributing writer and had featured roles in major motion films “White Chicks” and “Dance Flick” by The Wayans Brothers