- Spotify will soon let you block R. Kelly Monday 6:01 PM
- New Click to Pray app lets you pray with Pope Francis Monday 5:30 PM
- Social media influencer known for hiking in bikinis dead at 36 Monday 4:54 PM
- Trump posts altered pics on social media to make fingers look longer, report Monday 3:20 PM
- Twitch user banned after telling woman to ‘kill yourself’ during stream Monday 3:06 PM
- Facebook introduces ‘Community Actions’ tool to petition the government Monday 2:04 PM
- Sarah Sanders, NRA deliver truly misguided MLK tributes today Monday 12:58 PM
- MAGA teen who confronted Native elder says he ‘respects all races’ Monday 12:57 PM
- Popular YouTube channel in danger of disappearing because of copyright claims Monday 12:24 PM
- The Krassensteins’ Reddit AMA gets trolled off the internet Monday 12:08 PM
- No, Trump didn’t break open the Pizzagate scandal in 2011 Monday 11:23 AM
- Producer of anti-abortion film says Facebook refuses to run his ads Monday 10:58 AM
- Ja Rule thinks he was also a victim of Fyre Fest Monday 10:21 AM
- YouTube beef between RiceGum and H3H3 gets ugly—and personal Monday 10:02 AM
- ‘Fox & Friends’ accidentally airs obituary graphic for Ruth Bader Ginsburg Monday 9:40 AM
The hilarious Lane Moore joins the gang this week.
She is also the person who invented Tinder Live, a show in which audience members look at Moore’s Tinder profile and tell her who to talk to, which Ellen ripped off last month.
“I’m a HUGE fan of yours,” Moore tweeted to Ellen. “I created Tinder Live almost 5yrs ago. It has a Wikipedia page, its been in the New York Times, I tour the country w/it. I’d love to come do it on ur show! But pls know it already exists & a queer woman (me) created it.”
Moore sat down with the gang to talk Tinder Live, her new book, How to Be Alone, mental health, and more!
Plus, we talk memes of the week (truly wholesome, of course)! Join us!
Then, Austin dirtbag rockers Easy Cap play us out. You can also listen to them here.
Ellen Ioanes is the FOIA reporter at the Daily Dot, where she covers U.S. politics. She is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School, and her work has appeared in the Guardian, the Center for Public Integrity, HuffPost India, and more.