January 13, 2012
Next Week on ANDERSON: Dolly Parton, Pageant Moms, The One-Man Sperm Bank and more…
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Beginning Monday, Jan. 16, ANDERSON focuses on the impact TODDLERS AND TIARAS has on pageant kids while speaking to their moms. Dolly Parton celebrates her 66th birthday with ANDERSON to discuss her new film Joyful Noise, and ANDERSON speaks to a one-man sperm bank who has fathered 14 children to date. ANDERSON airs weekdays at 3 p.m. ET on CTV Two and 5 p.m. ET on CTV (check CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times).
Monday, Jan. 16
Are Little Girls Growing up Too Fast?
ANDERSON speaks with the moms who appear in TODDLERS AND TIARAS to determine the impact that the controversial hit show has on children involved in pageants. Also, ANDERSON speaks to a victim of bullying that was caught on tape.
Tuesday, Jan. 17
Headline-Makers: The One-Man Sperm Bank and The Latest Author Phenom
ANDERSON speaks to a recent newsmaker, Trend Arsenault, who is being investigated by the FDA for running a private, one-man, unregulated sperm bank, where he has donated to over 53 couples, fathering 14 children to date. Plus, meet and get tips from self-published author, Amanda Hocking, who is being touted as the next J.K. Rowling.
Wednesday, Jan. 18
Winning the Lottery Ruined My Life and BAYOU BILLIONAIRES
ANDERSON speaks with lottery winners who confess that being awarded with millions ruined their lives. Plus, find out how the crazy billionaires of BAYOU BILLIONAIRES spend their money and tap into the latest headlines during a lively panel discussion with MOB WIVES’ Renee Graziano.
Thursday, Jan. 19
Dolly Parton and the Human Lie Detector
Dolly Parton celebrates her 66th birthday with ANDERSON and discusses her newest film, Joyful Noise. Plus, human lie detector, Janine Driver, dissects body language to reveal whether or not someone in your life is lying.
Friday, Jan. 20
Committing to Abstinence
ANDERSON explores the negative stigma society puts on women losing their virginity and speaks with current and former members of the purity movement. Plus, meet the 13-year-old viral video “slut shamer” who is taking on people who judge women based on their sexual activity.
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