Radio personality Gregg 'Opie' Hughes, 53, said his fate with Sirius XM could be in the hands of his longtime rival, Howard Stern, 63, after he convinced a cleaning lady to grant him access to Stern's sealed-off quarters at the company's New York City headquarters.
The Sirius XM host, 53, said his job as an on-air personality could be in jeopardy after he breached the King of All Media's sealed-off wing of the New York City building both broadcast out of last week, gaining access from a cleaning lady as he live streamed the proceedings on You Tube.'We'll see if the old man has a sense of humor, cause I think it comes down to him,' Hughes said Tuesday in reference to the 63-year-old Private Parts star, who wields huge power with Sirius XM brass as the face of the company the past 11 years.
'The old man just has to go like that and its over, it's over for everybody.'On the rocks?
Pattinson addressed being press-shy when it comes to his relationship with Twigs, and noted that while he does want to be more public, he's wary due to the level of scrutiny he's under.
For example, when news broke that the two were dating, Twigs faced racist attacks on Twitter.
Hughes, who currently hosts The Opie Radio Show afternoons on Sirius XM’s Faction Talk channel, explained the course of events during his Tuesday broadcast alongside comedian Sherrod Small.
In the live stream on his You Tube account, Hughes took his online viewers on a tour of the lavish Big Apple broadcasting facility, trailed by Small and comic Vic Henley.
on Tuesday, and had an interesting answer when Stern remarked that the two were engaged.
Rapper T-Pain let it slip in an April 2015 interview that Pattinson had popped the question, with multiple outlets later confirming the news.
When Stern asked the actor to confirm that he was engaged to singer FKA Twigs, who he’s been dating for nearly three years, Pattinson coyly responded, “Kind of.” The radio host responded, “Kind of?! You’re one of those secretive guys with the relationships.” Pattinson went on to admit that dating under public scrutiny is “one of the most frustrating things in the world” because he wants to be able to go out in public with his (“kind of”) fiancee, but he’s “stuck in this position whether you want to let kind of crazy people in.” The actor explained, “For whatever reason with , I don’t know if it’s a specific thing with the audience, but there’s like a crack troop of crazies who think every single decision you’re making is creating some kind of conspiracy.” The actor also noted he tries to “protect” his private life by “creating a big boundary between” himself and the public, but admitted the strategy “then it makes it difficult for your actual relationship.” Pattinson went on to call FKA Twigs “amazing” and “super talented.” Pattinson later revealed he was expelled from private school for stealing porno magazines from a local store and then selling them to the other students. He went on to recall getting caught because he forgot to zip up his bag after shoving the magazines inside, which led to the store clerk “pulling all these porno magazines out and I’m sitting there absolutely humiliated.” The actor also spoke about nearly getting fired from the first movie because he insisted on playing vampire Edward Cullen as a “serious” character, despite the producers wanting him to be “happy and having fun.” He added, “Now the whole series is known as a brooding thing, but I remember the producers giving me the book and every singe instance where my character smiled, they’d highlight.” Pattinson further revealed he stood his ground and kept acting solemnly until his agents “flew up and said you have to do the opposite of what you’re doing now or you’re going to get fired today.” The actor admitted he came back to set with a “big smile” after the warning, adding, “I was probably going a little bit too miserable, so some kind of compromise was made.” Listen to highlights below from Pattinson’s “Howard Stern Show” interview!
Howard Stern and his radio show were named in a lawsuit Monday by a Sandwich, Massachusetts woman who said the radio icon was negligent and invaded her privacy when he knowingly broadcast a confidential conversation between her and a tax official on his Sirius XM show nearly two years ago.
Henley told Hughes, ‘You’re gonna get in trouble,’ with Hughes responding, ‘Why am I gonna get in trouble?