14 celebrity podcasts that give you direct access to the stars


These 14 podcasts will show a new side of your favorite celebrities, from RuPaul and Michelle Visage to Snoop Dogg and many, many more.

When searching in the deep sea of the world of podcasts, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. It’s hard to not know which podcasts may be worth listening to — there are so many genres and forms of podcasts, as well as so many put out by our favorite names in entertainment.

Here’s a list of 14 celebrity podcasts that you may not know exist and are definitely worth a listen.

Snoop Dogg’s GGN Podcast – Snoop Dogg

Join the one and only Snoop on his weekly podcast where as he puts it, “This is nothing but a smoked out session rolled tightly into podcast form that features me choppin’ game with and doin’ full-length interviews with a who’s who from the entertainment world.” His guests are a wide range of hip hop artists from Chief Keef and A$AP Rocky to legends like Ice Cube to stars like Lena Waithe and Khloé Kardashian. Subscribe for free on iTunes.

Prinze and the Wolf – Freddie Prinze Jr. and Josh Wolf

If you’ve been wondering where Freddy Prinze Jr has been since early 00’ romcoms, he hosts a podcast on All Things Comedy with co-host Josh Wolf. They cover topics from MMA fighting to bad career moves and even discuss parenting. Subscribe for free on iTunes.

I Seem Fun – Jen Kirkman

Comedian and writer Jen Kirkman sits at home and talks to you about her life. Her angle is simple, her at home with a microphone talking personally to you about politics, family visits and having arthritis in her neck. Subscribe for free on iTunes.

Monday Morning Podcast – Bill Burr

To Bill Burr comedy fans, check out his own production company creating podcasts and content All Things Comedy. His own podcast is called Monday Morning Podcast where he talks as only he can on topics like responsibility and Christmas trees. Subscribe for free on iTunes.

Bunny Ears – Macaulay Culkin and Matt Cohen

Since his Home Alone days, fans and spectators have wondered what childhood star Culkin has been up to, well… he’s got a podcast, Bunny Ears. You can see for yourself on BunnyEars.com, that started as a blog/website and now includes a podcast, where he and his buddy Matt Cohen discuss topics from spiritualism to Anna Farris. Go to BunnyEars.com or subscribe on iTunes.

The Big Podcast with Shaq – Shaquille O’ Neal

For sports fans everywhere, Shaq hosts his own weekly podcast with sports sidekick, John Kincade. Now sure, the podcast has a big focus on sports, but Shaq also chats about his personal life with various celebrity guests stopping by. Subscribe for free on iTunes.

Here’s the Thing – Alec Baldwin

This podcast should be on the list of anyone that loves celebrity podcasts. Alec Baldwin is a renaissance man and now a podcast host. This podcast has incredible guests of the entertainment industry such as Emilio Estevez and Maggie Gyllenhaal to legendary musicians like Billy Joel and Roger Daltrey of The Who to staff writers at The New YorkerListen on NPR or subscribe on iTunes.

What’s the Tee – Ru Paul with Michelle Visage

Ru Paul and co-host Michelle Visage stir up 184 episodes of real and trash talk on all things pop culture as well as all things Drag Race. To any Ru Paul fan or Ru Paul Drag Race watcher, this podcast is a necessity to get the good gossip and behind-the-scenes info. Subscribe for free on iTunes.

The Goop – Gwyneth Paltrow

What began as a newsletter has since turned into an entire lifestyle brand by Paltrow. Whatever your feelings may be on Paltrow and the products and info she puts out, you know there are going to be some unique conversations on this podcast. Her first guest on The Goop is Oprah… enough said. That alone should give you a reason to listen. Subscribe for free on iTunes.

Its Happening – Snooki and Joey

For anyone missing Jersey Shore, catch up with Snooki on her podcast It’s Happening to get your Jersey fix. As she puts it, “Snooki and Joey will be hot messes talking hot topics; celebs, the latest news and trends, and of course, family, all while joined by their celeb friends.” Listen on audio boom or subscribe for free on iTunes.

How Did This Get Made – Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas

People suggest horrible movies that actually got made. These hosts watch them with other hilarious people and report back while recording a podcast. Listen on Earwolf or iTunes.

Obscure – Micheal Ian Black

Micheal Ian Black of Wet Hot American Summer hosts a podcast discussing great works of literature with some of his “famous (and not famous)” friends. Listen on Earwolf or iTunes.

Soo Many White Guys – Phoebe Robinson w/ producer Ilana Glazer

Robinson is the co-founder of HBO’s 2 Dope Queens that began as a podcast and now is an HBO special. So Many White Guys is a podcast that explores the world of talking to musicians, writers and actors “who aren’t white dudes”. Sponsored by WNYC studios on iTunes.  

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Regardless of which type of podcasts you’re used to and which ones you may shy away from, these 14 podcasts are worth a listen. Have a celeb podcast you enjoy that we didn’t list? Let us know in the comments!