How do successful people break big? What can we learn from the stories featuring grit, drive and determination that get them there? Don’t miss these episodes of The Carlos Watson Show tohear about the big dreams and humble beginnings of a top-flight actress, one of the sharpest political strategists in the game and more. How will their stories shape your path?
World-renowned actress, model and director Priyanka Chopra joined me to talk about how she’s achieved things she could never have imagined. The barrier-breaking entertainer tells us how she might have been an engineer had her brother not wanted the house to himself and pushed her into pageants. She shares why she pushes back on the idea that Black and brown stories won’t sell to an American audience. What musician does she reveal she has a crush on? Hint: It’s not Nick Jonas.
The Portland Trail Blazers guard joined me to discuss everything from possible upsets in the NBA’s Western Conference to his refreshingly straight-talking podcast, Pull Up With CJ McCollum. The former Lehigh University journalism grad knows his way around a microphone, and as a die-hard basketball fan I relished the chance to talk wine, winning and so much more.
Kenya Moore is now a leading figure in one of the most successful TV franchises of the 21st century, Real Housewives of Atlanta, but she didn’t always think she was destined for success. She shares intimate details of her journey as a mother — and whether she’s “brave enough” to think about a second child — as well as insights into how to build a multimillion-dollar business as a side hustle to her full-time job and parenting duties.
You may or may not know this viral, improvising musician yet, but you will soon. Marc Rebillet joins me to share his journey from waiting tables in Paris to becoming one of Facebook’s most popular musicians. In nothing but a robe, he gives me a taste of the music that makes him remarkable and even shares a sample of a new Carlos Watson Show theme song.
One of the most powerful figures in GOP politics, this Cuban American strategist helped elect two Republican presidents. Castellanos shares his thoughts on how this country got to the place where people felt the need to riot on Jan. 6, and gives his expert insight into who we might see as the leading candidates in 2024.
Perhaps no name is bigger today than that of Dr. Anthony Fauci. The career epidemiologist went from child basketball star to leading AIDS researcher and now is the face of the federal COVID-19 response across two administrations. He joined me to shed some light on the raging virus and the future of pandemics.
I hope you have a restful Sunday and productive week ahead,