Bebe Winans promotes new Gospel show on Howard Stern
Grammy-award winning Gospel star Bebe Winans stopped by Howard Stern's show to promote his new Sirius XM Gospel program. Did Stern create a love connection between Winans and co-host Robin Quivers?
Another musician now has his own show on the airwaves on Sirius XM Satellite Radio. Controversial Gospel star Bebe Winans started his own show on two weeks ago on Praise Sirius channel 68 and XM channel 33.
Winan's show, The Stellar, airs Sundays at 2 p.m. EST and is rebroadcast Tuesdays at 6 p.m. During the show, Winans interviews fellow musicians and features his favorite Gospel music.
In a strange cross-promotion, Winans appeared on Howard Stern's Sirius XM show Wednesday morning. Co-host Robin Quivers commented that the once-hefty Winans had lost a lot of weight -- 50 lbs. within the past year.
Stern also tried to play matchmaker.
The shock jock told Quivers earlier this week that he found her the perfect man.
Apparently Stern and Winans work out at the same New York City gym and Stern "thought of Quivers right away" when Winans told him he was looking for a good woman.
"Bad move," said Quivers told Stern. "I'm very angry with you."
"You can be angry, but I'll be at the wedding," Stern replied.
Quivers said the hookup is never likely to happen, thanks to Winan's dedication to church. However, it might have something to do with Winan's arrest last year for domestic battery on his now ex-wife. The charges were later dropped.