What You Heard On The Coop Show: 05.20.13

Could you say Happy Monday any better than with $1,000 and concert tickets?!  Today, Coop had your chance at $1,00o with the Phrase that Pays!  Also, Coop also found out how Emblem3 chooses their hair styles, and Avril Lavinge dishes on the size of her engagement ring while talking to the show. Find out how you can win, and listen to all the personal details from Avril and Emblem3 in today’s podcast!

The Coop Show spent time chatting with Drew from Emblem3!  We got details on how he chooses his hairstyle, and exactly who the song Chloe is about!  Also, we talked about how there are Michigan girls that are not being allowed to show off their pregnant bellies in their senior year book photos and the backlash their schools are receiving! 

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Can you pick out the lie: Coop said he left home at the age of 17 to go to Hollywood to pursue acting.  Gillian said she got into a fight with Eminem’s brother out side of a bar.  And Will said that he played football at Warren Mott High School and was recruited to play college football at U of M!  Two of those are the truth, one is a lie!  Avril Lavigne also opened up about how her fiancé proposed to her and the size of her engagement ring!

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Will got purple nurples while giving his 30 Second Movie Review for the new Star Trek movie.  

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