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Kristin Bauer
From HBO's blood curdling hit "True Blood," actress Kristin Bauer sits down with Marie today! Kristin, who plays "True Blood's" devious vampire Pam De Beaufort, talks about working on the set with the shows "homely" cast. Plus, Kristin shares how she met her hunky husband, musician Abri Van Straten. And later, Kristin opens up on her passion for animal conservation, including her documentary on the plight of Africa's elephant and rhino populations.



For details on Kristin's documentary project, visit www.outforafrica.com.

For more on Kristin, visit her website, www.kristinbauer.com.

WATCH Kristin tell the story of how she met her handsome husband>>

 

Alex Hitz
Chef Alex Hitz has made dinner for presidents and royalty and, "Southern Living" magazine claims that he makes "the best fried chicken in the world!" Today Alex teaches Marie how to cook a southern meal with a French twist! First Alex whips up a healthy broccoli slaw along with a coconut pudding and caramel sauce. And, saving the best for last, Alex shares how to make his famous fried chicken!





Get Alex Hitz's Southern-themed recipes here>>

For more from Alex Hitz, including the details on his book, visit www.mybeverlyhillskitchen.com.

 

Bella Thorne
From the hit Disney Channel show "Shake It Up," Bella Thorne chats with Marie today! Bella talks about starting her acting career at just 8-years old. Plus, Bella, whose character CeCe has dyslexia, talks today about struggling with dyslexia in real life. And later, Bella talks about her work with the Never Quit Trying Campaign which works to unlock the full potential of children and adults with dyslexia.





Learn more about the Never Quit Trying Campaign here: www.dyslexiafoundation.org.

 

Loni Coombs
Former prosecutor turned author, Loni Coombs chats with Marie today. In her new book, "You're Perfect…and other Lies Parents Tell," Loni talks about how spoiling your kids can set them up for failure. As Loni shares, a shift in parenting styles in the 80's has resulted in a generation of dependent young adults, "The Me Generation." And later, Loni and Marie talk about warning signs that your child my have mental problems and the capability of acting out violently.



Get more from Loni, including information on her new book: www.lonicoombs.com.
 


 

 

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