13 episodes

“A bitch, a mean girl, a bully”… There’s not many names Katie hasn’t been called. “You’re Gonna Love Me” is a podcast that’s going to open the eyes, the ears, and the hearts, of anyone who has judged or been judged (hopefully). She’ll be talking to plenty of familiar faces, including those who have thrown some shade, spent time in the shade, or just enjoy the shade. After all this a conversation that involves everybody. Why do we judge, what is the criteria for who gets to judge and why. None of us are perfect, we’re all just human, So let’s spend a little less time judging, and a little more time loving.

You're Gonna Love Me with Katie Maloney Dear Media

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5 • 1.2K Ratings

“A bitch, a mean girl, a bully”… There’s not many names Katie hasn’t been called. “You’re Gonna Love Me” is a podcast that’s going to open the eyes, the ears, and the hearts, of anyone who has judged or been judged (hopefully). She’ll be talking to plenty of familiar faces, including those who have thrown some shade, spent time in the shade, or just enjoy the shade. After all this a conversation that involves everybody. Why do we judge, what is the criteria for who gets to judge and why. None of us are perfect, we’re all just human, So let’s spend a little less time judging, and a little more time loving.

    ALEXIS HAINES: Recovering from Reality

    ALEXIS HAINES: Recovering from Reality

    This episode Katie is Joined by former reality tv star, author and host of Recovering from Reality here in Dear Media, is Alexis Haines. Alexis opens up about her time on reality tv, hiding her drug addiction while filming, her time spent in jail and getting sober once and for all. She is a amazing woman who has over come immense trauma from a young age. Her book Recovering From Reality details so many heart breaking details.
    And of course Alexis shares her thoughts or the Bling Ring and that infamous phone call to Nancy Jo.
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    • 55 min
    LALA KENT: SISTER WIVES

    LALA KENT: SISTER WIVES

    Katie sits down with her sister wife Lala Kent. Ok not FOR REAL sister wives, but the Utah Natives lovingly adopted the nickname. Lala and Katie share what life was like growing up in Utah, from bullies to growing up in neighboring cities and never crossing paths. Favorite memories of the time spent together in their home state. Lala explains how she became “LALA” and coming into her own. The girls unpack how they went from enemies to the best of friends and their bond today.
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    • 57 min
    Capoeira and BLM with Alfred Kendrick

    Capoeira and BLM with Alfred Kendrick

    This week Katie sits down with her friend Alfred Kendrick who is a capoeira pro, creator of Fit Arts and her former trainer. Alfred talks about getting into capoeira and building Fit Arts 20 years ago and how impactful it has been. They discuss BLM and Alfred shares his perspective as a black man, his childhood in Florida and having to learn from a young age what it means to be black. 
     
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    • 37 min
    DO YOU SMELL WHAT THE... JOEY MALONEY IS COOKING!

    DO YOU SMELL WHAT THE... JOEY MALONEY IS COOKING!

    This week Katie is sitting down with her older brother Joey Maloney. Joey talks about his experience in “the biz”  and what led him to be a producer for WWE. The Maloney household was a wrestling fandom! And for those inquiring minds, yes he is friends with The Bella Twins, and even received hand me downs for his daughter from Brie Bella. Kate and Joe (cause that’s what they refer to each other as) also talk about growing up and stories from childhood and how amazing fatherhood has been to the cutest little girl on the planet Sonia Dot. Also, Joey has the best hair of the family!
     
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    • 57 min
    MARYAM AJAY: A Modern Renaissance Woman

    MARYAM AJAY: A Modern Renaissance Woman

    This week Katie welcomes Maryam Ajayi to the podcast. Maryam is a powerful woman, she’s an entrepreneur, a reiki healer, medium and activist. Growing up in a politically conservative house hold she was drawn to a career in Washington DC where she worked in republican lobbying. Maryam talks about her work and even spilled some tea about partying in capital hill and even crushing on John Boehner. But after politics took a toll on her she transitioned to tech. It wasn’t long before her true calling started drawing her away from the corporate world. She found herself studying reiki and breath work, and being the business woman she is found away to bring both her worlds together. She founded Dive In Well, and organization that is working to make the wellness industry more inclusive. Maryam is truly using her powers for change!
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    • 40 min
    DAYNA KATHAN: Thirty, Flirty and Thriving

    DAYNA KATHAN: Thirty, Flirty and Thriving

    Katie invites Dayna over to help her through her hangover. They discuss how they have been keeping themselves busy during quarantine: aka drinking. Dayna shares what it’s like to be in her thirties and how she has taken control of her path. They dig into their past of being in high school, never growing out of their emo phase and what it’s like making friends as an adult. Dayna shares what it was like being in VPR and what she thinks of her cast mates. Spoiler alert, Jax blocked her on Instagram.
     
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    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

spursfan4lyfe ,

Love Katie

Love Katie and the guests she had on so far. I appreciate her methodical pace and point of view. I feel like she will earn my 5th star once she’s done this for a while.

justshyisall ,

Love Katie!

Katie’s soothing voice and her conversations with guests make this a much-needed listen COVID. I’m so glad she joined the podcast sphere and can’t wait to binge listen!

x9847: ,

Bored.

Yawn, I tried to give it a second chance when you had LaLa on the show and I had to turn off . Sorry

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